U.S. Trade Gap Widened 5.8% in April

WASHINGTON—The trade deficit widened in April as overall import and export levels remained muted, a reflection of slow global economic growth.

The trade gap increased 5.3% from March to a seasonally adjusted $37.44 billion, the Commerce Department said Friday. Exports of goods and services rose 1.5% while imports climbed 2.1%.


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