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  • US trade deficit shrinks to $50.8 billion in April, but gap with China rises

    US trade deficit shrinks to $50.8 billion in April, but gap with China rises

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  • US-China Trade War: The New Long March

    via Scott Minerd, Global CIO of Guggenheim  During the course of the last two years, we have consistently indicated that the course for the U.S. economy, along with risk assets and rates, was contingent on the impact of any unexpected exogenous events, most likely from overseas. Of all the exogenous events that could possibly derail our long-term economic and market outlook, a full-blown trade war with China is closest to being realized. Just a few weeks ago, Washington and Beijing appeared...

    Zero Hedge
  • US trade deficit shrinks in April — but ‘for all the wrong reasons’

    The mammoth US trade deficit shrank in April in a bit of good news for President Donald Trump, but the deficit in goods trade with China expanded despite steep tariffs imposed by Washington, the Commerce Department reported Thursday. The falling deficit should cheer Trump, who has made cutting America’s trade imbalance a priority, but economists [

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  • US trade deficit smaller in April, but gap with China grew

    US trade deficit shrinks 2.1% to $50.8 billion in April, but gap with China grows

    ABC News
  • US trade deficit smaller in April, but gap with China grew

    US trade deficit shrinks 2.1% to $50.8 billion in April, but gap with China grows

    ABC News
  • Slack IPO starts trading at $38.50 for $23 billion valuation

    Slack's IPO started with a bang as the first trade was priced at $38.50, giving the company a $23 billion valuation, well above the expected $16 billion.

    VentureBeat
  • The US budget deficit skyrocketed to a record $207.8 billion in May

    The US budget deficit ballooned to a record high in the month of May, as federal spending continued to outpace income despite a solid economy. The gap between the amount the government takes in and spends rose nearly 42% last month. In the first eight months of the fiscal year, the deficit increased about 39% to $738.6 billion. The US budget deficit ballooned to a record high in the month of May, as federal spending continued to outpace income despite a solid economy. The gap between the...

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