A Little Lift for U.S. Trade

The trade deficit narrowed slightly in February, and despite growth shortfalls, Action Economics still the export bounce to continue

There was a little less red ink for the U.S. in February. According to a government report released Apr. 12, the nation's trade deficit for the month narrowed to $65.7 billion (vs. economists' median forecast of $67.5 billion), from January's record gap of $68.6 billion.

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