up 21.8 pct y/y to $1.41 bln * Nov trade surplus at $272 mln vs yr-ago deficit of $1.27 bln * Jan-Nov trade deficit $1.54 bln vs $5.23 bln gap year ago MANILA, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Philippine imports in November fell 10.8
BRASILIA, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Brazil recorded its widest current account deficit ever in 2014 as it posted a trade deficit due to a sharp fall in the price of key exports and a sluggish global...
15,000 manufacturing establishments disappeared; value added for the US products fell by 3.2% ; manufacturing trade deficit is still $458 billion ; labor productivity was lower in the US than in China, etc. Now, the net manufacturing jobs
Import-Export Data Remain Confusing Overall the U.S. trade deficit fell from $42.2 billion to $39 billion, a bigger ..... much as the report in nominal dollars. In fact, the trade deficit for the first two months of the fourth quarter suggests
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. trade deficit fell to an 11-month low in November as declining crude oil prices curbed the import bill, prompting economists to sharply raise their growth estimates for fourth-quarter growth.
BRASILIA, Jan 5 (Reuters) - Brazil registered its first annual trade deficit since 2000 on Monday as economic growth slowed and prices fell for iron ore, soybeans and other key commodities exports,...
BRASILIA, Jan 5 (Reuters) - Brazil registered a trade deficit of $3.93 billion in 2014, government data showed on Monday, its first annual trade gap since 2000.
this week: Vehicle sales on Monday; ISM manufacturing, factory orders on Tuesday; FOMC Minutes, international trade deficit on Wednesday; job-cuts, consumer credit on Thursday; wholesale inventories, jobs report [ +225,000-230
interesting to see if falling gasoline prices help unit volumes or merely shift units to pickup trucks and SUVs. The trade deficit is expected to shrink from $43.4 billion in October to $41.0 billion in November on the back of lower oil prices
will likely pave the way for a referendum on its EU membership. The prospect of U.S. rate hikes and a shrinking trade deficit support a stronger dollar-but we brace ourselves for temporary reversals. We see the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed