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Trade (Jun.)

Inbound shipments jumped the most in m/m terms in years, adding to evidence that domestic demand was strong at the end of Q2. Exports also strengthened as slower shipments of products related to COVID-19 were more than offset by strength elsewhere. While exports are due for a pullback, import growth should remain robust.

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