In May, the U.S. trade gap narrowed to its smallest point since October of 2016. The Commerce Department reports a trade deficit of $43 billion. That’s after hitting a ten-month high of $55 billion in February. Strong export business is credited with the declining trade deficit. That could change with a trade war brewing between the U.S. and China, Canada, Mexico and the European Union.
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