Trade Balance

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Forbes  May 16  Comment 
June 3-7, more than 1,300 international travel and tourism buyers/media, and over 1,000 US travel organizations at the annual IPW convention in Washington, DC., booking over $4.7 billion in future travel to the US, including airlines, trains,...
Wall Street Journal  May 16  Comment 
The eurozone’s trade surplus with the rest of the world during March was the widest since the single currency was launched in 1999, as exports jumped.
Reuters  May 16  Comment 
The euro zone increased its trade surplus with the rest of the world in March with both exports and imports rising markedly, in a sign that global commerce has so far not been hampered by protectionist calls.
The Economic Times  May 15  Comment 
Imports grew 49%, buoyed by a 211% rise in gold imports, while exports increased 19.7% to $24.6 bn, widening trade deficit to $13.2 bn from $4.8 bn in the year ago period.
Reuters  May 12  Comment 
The United States and China have agreed to take action by mid-July to increase access for U.S. financial firms and expand trade in beef and chicken among other steps as part of Washington's drive to cut its trade deficit with Beijing.
Clusterstock  May 11  Comment 
President Trump made the debate over free trade one of the central topics of his campaign, and since his election has continued to argue that the US is in a "very unfair" position when it comes to trade. He originally focused his energy on...
guardian.co.uk  May 11  Comment 
Sharp fall in pound since EU referendum did little to boost exports in March, ONS figures suggest Industrial output shrank more than expected and the trade deficit widened in March in the latest signs that uncertainty surrounding Brexit is...
Channel News Asia  May 4  Comment 
WASHINGTON: The US trade deficit drifted lower in March despite record imports from Mexico and a drop in total exports, the Commerce Department reported on Thursday (May 4). Rising oil import prices, which hit a near two-year record, helped fuel...




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Trade Balance, also known as net exports, measures the difference between the value of goods a country exports and the value of the goods it imports. A positive trade balance indicates the country has a trade surplus and a negative trade balance means the country has a trade deficit. A country's trade balance is an essential value when calculating gross domestic product and is also useful when measuring to degree to which a country relies on imported goods.

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