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Stage is Set for Next Recession*

The economy has been riding a crest as of lately. It should. Since the last recession began in 2008, between deficit spending by the federal government and monetary expansion by the Federal Reserve, over $10 trillion has been pumped into the economy. 748 more words


Manufactured Exports Lag Obama's Goal by Record Margin in June


Last week the Bureau of Economic Analysis announced that the U.S. trade deficit fell by $3.1 billion to $44.1 billion.  It was the second monthly decline in a row, but there’s little evidence of a long-term improving trend.   396 more words


Diamonds are the US trade deficit's best friend

The US trade deficit was expected to increase marginally in June. Today the US Census Bureau reported just the opposite; it shrank $3.2 billion to $41.5 billion—the lowest level since January 2014. 126 more words