Monthly Trade Deficit Increases To $39.1 Billion

Monthly Trade Deficit Increases To $39.1 Billion

The monthly international trade deficit was $39.1 billion in July, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis reports. This is an increase from June’s revised trade deficit of $34.5 billion.

Total exports in July were $189.4 billion, down slightly from $190.5 billion June. Total imports in July were $228.6 billion, an increase from the $225.1 billion in June.

Monthly Trade Deficit Increases To $39.1 Billion

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The 12 month rolling trade deficit is 22.2% of 12 month rolling exports.

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