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U.S. | U.S. Datanote: Advance goods trade, March
In one line: The advance goods deficit rose to $71.4B in April from $70.9B in March, better than the consensus, $73.0B.

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U.S. Datanote: Advance goods trade, March

By Ian Shepherdson

In one line: The advance goods deficit rose to $71.4B in April from $70.9B in March, better than the consensus, $73.0B.

Posted: 3rd May 2019 in 'U.S.'

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