1000 word charts: American foreign trade


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Because of their complexity, many topics related to economics require detailed editorial commentary, often supported by appropriate tables and graphs. At the same time, there are many topics (eg, related to demographics, housing beginnings, etc.) that require convincing “brief” perceptions. Whichever route is followed, the point of the trip, almost always, is to hit a baseline or two. To provide additional value, ConstructConnect is now pleased to offer a continuous series of 1,000-word infographics. This will help readers sort out the “big picture” more clearly. These 1,000-word charts look at the balance of US foreign trade and US goods and services and geographic sources for the total US foreign trade deficit in goods as of April 2021. Graph 1: US foreign trade: US goods and services balance – April 2021 Last data point for April 2021, based on seasonally adjusted monthly figures and projected at an annual rate. Data source: Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) Graph: ConstructConnect. Graph 2: Geographical sources of the overall US foreign trade deficit in goods – April 2021 Data source: US Census Bureau and Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). Diagram: ConstructConnect. Please click on the following link to view the latest foreign trade charts and tables: CanaData Forecaster – Foreign Trade Charts and Tables


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