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The census bureau Advance International Trade reports shows the trade deficit widened by 9.6% from $56.5 billion in September to $62.0 billion in October.
Advance International Trade in Goods
The international trade deficit was $62.0 billion in October, up $5.5 billion from $56.5 billion in September. Exports of goods for October were $122.1 billion, $3.4 billion less than September exports. Imports of goods for October were $184.1 billion, $2.1 billion more than September imports.
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