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U.S. Trade Gap Widened to $31.2 Billion in March

By Siobhan Hughes

Washington, May 18 (Bloomberg) — The U.S. trade deficit widened in March on record imports of consumer goods and surging demand for foreign oil, the government said today. Exports fell.


Theoretically, a larger trade deficit would imply a weaker US$.  I still believe the US$ will significantly weaken only when both the oil prices and the US stock markets decrease.

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Jean-Paul Giacometti

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