Data Round-Up: U.S. Goods Exports Off to Good Start for 18Q2

posted by Michael Lewis on May 30, 2018

Found in US, categorized in Growth Outlook and Business Cycle

Tags: durable goods trade wholesale retail

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April goods exports came in just shy of March’s record high, while imports also fell some. Book-value inventories were mixed in April, but the revised inventory-sales mix for 18Q1 is somewhat leaner, which should add to 18Q2 results.


FMI’s analyses of today’s April Advance Indicators (Goods-trade, wholesale & retail inventories) results and the Second Report of 18Q1 GDP. 

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