Economy in U.S. Ekes Out 0.1% Gain as Trade Gap ShrinksMichelle Jamrisko
The economy in the U.S. managed to barely expand in the fourth quarter, erasing a previously estimated contraction, as the smallest trade deficit in almost three years helped overcome the biggest plunge in defense spending since the Vietnam War era.
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