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U.S. trade deficit widens in March

An early look at U.S. trade patterns in March shows a 1.4% widening in the nation’s trade deficit. The trade gap in goods—services are excluded—widened to $64.8 billion in March from $63.9 billion in February, the government said Thursday in its advanced report. This widening of the deficit only partially reversed a sharp narrowing in February. The goods deficit totaled $68.6 billion in January.

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