US trade gap falls 15 per cent to $51.1 billion in January

US trade gap falls 15 per cent to $51.1 billion in January

US trade deficit dropped more than expected in January. The Commerce Department said on Wednesday the trade deficit declined 14.6 per cent, the largest decline since March 2018, to $51.1 billion. Trade deficit with China fell 6.4 per cent to $34.5 billion in January. Imports fell 2.6 per cent to $258.5 billion, the lowest level since last June.

KCooper
KCooper
FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 1 year

It is a start. Now, how about some plans to balance the budget, return the Federal Reserve to the people and get out of the business of fighting foreign Wars for Oil Kingdoms and their foreign policy initiatives? The most expensive United States government entitlement program is the foreign policy strategy of fighting foreign Wars for multinational corporations that are predominantly owned and controlled by authoritarian Oil Kingdoms Monarchies; Oil Kingdoms that are the primary financiers of terrorist groups around the world that attack every day democratic societies. Is not the bill for that to date somewhere in the neighbourhood of $33 trillion dollars?

Fernando Granizo
Fernando Granizo 1 year

My trade gap with the grocery store has increased 10% this month. Maybe I should stop buying food.

space ghost
space ghost 1 year

I’m so happy Obama is still doing good work for us. If he stops doing all the good things for Trump and America we will only be stuck with the orange one.

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