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Stronger Dollar Makes Achieving Smaller Deficit Akin To Swimming Upstream

Saturday, November 26, 2016 11:34
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International Trade in Goods (October 2016)

– Goods Trade Deficit $62.0 billion. Previous was $56.1 billion

Exports were down 2.7%. This is the result of a weakening world economy and a stronger dollar. This also points out one problem with the President elect’s trade plans. A strengthening
dollar makes achieving a smaller deficit akin to swimming upstream.

A large Trade Deficit hurts GDP.

PMI Services Flash (November 2016)

– Level 54.7. Previous was 54.8


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