US International Trade Deficit Widens To $92.2 Billion In September, US Census Bureau Reports

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The data published by the US Census Bureau showed on Wednesday that the US international trade deficit widened by $4.9 billion to $92.2 billion in September from $87.3 billion in August.

The publication also revealed that the exports of goods for September was also $2.8 billion less than what was recorded in August. The publication read in part: “Exports of goods for September were $177.6 billion, $2.8 billion less than August exports.” It further read, “Imports of goods for September were $269.8 billion, $2.2 billion more than August imports.”

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