Us Current Account Trade Deficit Grew To $137.3 Billion In First Quarter, Largest Since 2008

The U.S. current account trade deficit grew this winter to its widest imbalance in three years. A big increase in imports of oil, cars and machinery and a drop in U.S. earnings on overseas inves...

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    By Randall Palmer and Leah Schnurr OTTAWA/TORONTO (Reuters) - Lower prices for crude oil helped to widen Canada's current account deficit to its fourth-largest level ever in the final months of last year, underlining economists' expectations that net exports were a drag on economic growth in the fourth quarter. The gap widened to C$16.01 billion ($14.42 billion) in the fourth quarter of 2013 ...
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    due mostly to a larger shortfall on the trade of goods, Statistics Canada said Thursday. The fourth-quarter current account deficit grew to a seasonally adjusted 16.01 billion Canadian dollars ($14.39 billion), from a revised third-quarter deficit of C$14 ...
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  • US current account deficit drops to $98.9 billion
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