WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. trade deficit was little changed in January as a rebound in exports matched an increase in imports.
RIO DE JANEIRO, March 6 (Reuters) - Brazil recorded its largest February trade deficit ever, deepening a trade gap this year that underscores the uncompetitiveness of local industry and a voracious...
RIO DE JANEIRO, March 6 (Reuters) - Brazil posted a trade deficit of $2.125 billion in February, the trade ministry said on Thursday, a second straight monthly gap highlighting the rapid...
against the dollar over the past year. That means American goods are cheaper in the euro zone. The U.S. still runs a trade deficit with the euro region, largely due to demand for German products, regardless of price. But the deficit may grow if the
* Jan trade deficit $440 mln vs $400 mln surplus in Reuters poll
jobless claims, job-cut report on Thursday; jobs report +150,000 and unemployment 6.6%, and international trade deficit on Friday. See consensus estimates here: http://online.barrons.com/public/page/9_0210-consensusestimate
soft, too. Not Much Change Is Expected in the Trade Picture The net trade deficit is forecast to be unchanged at $38.8 billion, virtually in a tie ..... petroleum-related products that have been very helpful in recently reducing the trade deficit .
equities are lower following disappointing PMI data out of China and the eurozone - particularly France - and a record trade deficit in Japan. Hawkishness in the latest FOMC minutes is also not helping. "The ( PMI ) outcome was much weaker than
Japan's trade deficit more than doubled to a record ¥2.79T ($27.3B) in January from ..... because of the closure of the nuclear-power industry. The large trade deficit contributed to GDP expanding at a lower-than-expected 1% in Q4
TOKYO/WAKAYAMA, JAPAN (Reuters) - Japan suffered a record trade deficit in January as growth in exports spurred by a weak yen was far outstripped by a surge in import costs, raising fresh doubts about Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's strategy to spark an economic revival.