U.S Goods and Services Trade Deficit in April Declined by $6.1 B

Trade Deficit

U.S. reported a $68.9 billion goods and services deficit, a $6.1 billion decline from March.

  • April exports were $205.0 billion, $2.3 billion higher than March’s.
  • Imports were $273.9 billion which is $3.8 billion lower than that of March.
  • In April, there was a $6.2 billion goods deficit to $86.7 billion, and a service excess decrease of $0.1 billion to $17.8 billion.
  • Average goods and services deficit increased $0.6 billion to $71.5 billion for three months to April.

Global pandemic and recovery of economies have affected international trade in April 2021. 

 SPY is up 0.02% EURUSD is up 0.05% 

Source: Bureau Economic Analysis

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