The US trade deficit increased 12.1% in May to $45 billion


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Originally posted on Quartz:

The US Census Bureau announced today that the US trade deficit increased $5 billion in May to $45 billion. The deficit widened on smaller exports of US consumer goods and larger imports of industrial materials, consumer goods, and automobiles.

US’s largest trade surpluses


US’s largest trade deficits


Largest shift towards surplus


Largest shift towards deficit


Largest trade volume increase


Largest trade volume decrease


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