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12/5/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $48.7 Billion in October
11/3/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $43.5 Billion in September
10/5/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $42.4 Billion in August
9/6/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $43.7 Billion in July
8/4/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $43.6 Billion in June
7/6/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $46.5 Billion in May
6/2/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $47.6 Billion in April
5/4/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $43.7 Billion in March
4/17/2017 Still Plowing Away
4/4/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $43.6 Billion in February
3/7/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $48.5 Billion in January
2/27/2017 Trade Is Not Our Enemy
2/13/2017 Brian Wesbury Discusses How NAFTA has affected Canada-U.S. trade on Fox Business
2/7/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $44.3 Billion in December
2/7/2017 The 4 Threats to Prosperity - Part 2
1/24/2017 Executive Order and Presidential Memoranda Watch
1/24/2017 Brian Wesbury on Fox with Neil Cavuto talking trade and President Trump
1/6/2017 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $45.2 Billion in November
12/6/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $42.6 Billion in October
12/5/2016 Caution on Dollar-Meddling
11/14/2016 Revolution
11/4/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $36.4 Billion in September
10/5/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $40.7 Billion in August
9/2/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $39.5 Billion in July
8/5/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $44.5 Billion in June
7/6/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $41.1 Billion in May
6/3/2016 The Trade Deficit Came in at $37.4 Billion in April
5/11/2016 Elections, Politics & Stocks
5/4/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $40.4 Billion in March
4/25/2016 OPEC and the Ash Heap of History
4/18/2016 The Q1 Curse Strikes Again
4/5/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $47.1 Billion in February
3/7/2016 Beware Trade-Recession Scare Story
3/4/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $45.7 Billion in January
2/5/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $43.4 Billion in December
1/25/2016 Q4: Sluggish Growth, No Recession
1/6/2016 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $42.4 Billion in November
12/11/2015 The Producer Price Index (PPI) Rose 0.3% in November
12/4/2015 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services at $43.9 Billion in October
11/4/2015 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $40.8 Billion in September
10/19/2015 GDP: Soft Headline, Solid Fundamentals
10/6/2015 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $48.3 Billion in August
9/10/2015 OPEC’s Waning Influence
9/3/2015 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $41.9 Billion in July
8/13/2015 What's All the Fuss About?
8/13/2015 Chinese Chicken Littles
8/5/2015 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $43.8 Billion in June
7/27/2015 GDP Rebounds in Q2
7/13/2015 Politicians Should Stop Giving Investment Advice
7/7/2015 The Trade Deficit Came in at $41.9 Billion in May
 
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