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Business inventories decline, the largest dip since 2017

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 16, 2020
It could mean the economy's hot and stuff is flying off the shelf. Or it could mean spending is down.
Businesses are being careful to not stock up too much inventory.
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For Dallas Fed president, the phase one deal is "stabilization"

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Jan 14, 2020
Robert Kaplan weighs in on how trade has shaped the central bank and where the economy is headed next.
"I think the trade dispute with China is going to go on for years," says Robert Kaplan, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
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How potential trade deals could affect farmers

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Jan 8, 2020
Illinois farmer Brian Duncan is hopeful about business in 2020 as the USMCA and a trade deal with China move forward.
Joern Pollex/Getty Images

The falling trade deficit can mean a lot of things

by Kimberly Adams Jan 7, 2020
U.S. consumers could be buying more American products. Or just buying less of everything.
A container ship nears the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles Harbor.
David McNew/Getty Images

Trade gap in goods sinks for third consecutive month

by Andy Uhler Dec 30, 2019
The causes? The trade war and a slowing global economy.
Shipping containers from China and other nations are unloaded at the Long Beach Port in Los Angeles in February.
Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images
My Economy

Seaweed sellers worry about tariffs, too

by Sean McHenry Dec 26, 2019
Fiona Houston co-founded Mara Seaweed five years ago. The company is expanding, but tariffs and geopolitics have been concerning.
Fiona Houston, co-founder of Mara Seaweed, harvesting off the Scottish coast.
Angus Bremner
Trade

Texas businesses relieved USMCA on track to replace NAFTA

by Andy Uhler Dec 25, 2019
The trade agreement has passed in the U.S. House, and now moves to the Senate.
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UK's Johnson claims Brexit mandate as Tories secure majority

by Associated Press Dec 13, 2019
With the stunning victory of Boris Johnson's Conservative Party, will they finally be able to "get Brexit done"?
An arrangement of UK daily newspapers photographed as an illustration in London on December 13, 2019 shows front page headlines reporting on the projected election result based on exit polls in the UK general election.
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What will the new North American trade agreement change?

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer, Scott Tong, Marielle Segarra, and Jasmine Garsd Dec 10, 2019
We take a look at what it will mean for drug prices, automakers and the tech industry.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during this morning's news conference on the USMCA trade agreement.
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Pelosi announces agreement on North American trade pact

by Associated Press Dec 10, 2019
Pelosi said it was a “victory for America’s workers.”
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal (behind), speaks about the U.S. - Mexico - Canada Agreement, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Dec. 10, 2019.
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