US Economics

US Data Response

5 September, 2018

International Trade (Jul.)

The sharp widening in the nominal trade deficit to a five-month high of $50.1bn in July, from $45.7bn, suggests that the big boost to GDP growth from net exports in the second quarter will be reversed in the third. But with domestic demand growth still robust, that isn’t a huge concern.

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