Posts Tagged ‘deficit’

US Annual Trade Deficit Shrinks For First Time In 6 Years

The US trade deficit increased in December after shrinking to its smallest since trump was elected in November… Source: Bloomberg Imports rose 2.7% in Dec. to $258.52b from $251.75b in Nov. Exports rose 0.8% in Dec. to $209.64b from $208.06b in Nov. This left the annual trade deficit at $616.755 billion – the first shrinkage […]


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To “Make America Great Again” Trump Added a $1 TRILLION Deficit in 2019 — Just Like Obama

By Michael Maharrey The Trump administration ran an Obamaesque budget deficit of over $1 trillion in the 2019 calendar year. It was the first budget deficit over $1 trillion in any calendar year since 2012. The budget shortfall from January through December totaled $1.02 trillion, according to the latest report issued by the Treasury Department. […]

US Trade Deficit Crashes To Smallest Since Trump Elected

The U.S. trade balance (deficit) narrowed in November to the smallest in three years as exports advanced amid a thaw in the trade war with China, while imports fell to the lowest since 2017. The overall U.S. deficit in goods and services shrank to $43.1 billion in November from $46.9 billion the prior month – the smallest […]

US Goods Trade Deficit Shrinks To Smallest Since Trump Elected

According to advance good trade balance data from the Census Bureau, November saw the smallest goods trade deficit since before President Trump was elected. Source: Bloomberg The $63.2 billion deficit was considerably smaller than the $68.7 billion expected: Imports fell 1.3% in Nov. to $199.568b from $202.249b in Oct. Exports rose 0.7% in Nov. to […]

US Trade Deficit Shrinks To Smallest In 16 Months

The US trade deficit shrank to its smallest since June 2018 in October, as trade with China extended its slide with goods imports from the nation dropping to a fresh three-year low. The overall U.S. deficit in goods and services trade narrowed to $47.2 billion in October (less then the $48.5bn expected)… Source: Bloomberg Merchandise imports from […]

Deficit soaring, Hadassah will require years’ more bailout payments to survive

In July 2014, a closed-door presentation to Hadassah Medical Center’s board of directors on “What can be expected at Hadassah by the end of the government bailout period” set out a bleak forecast for the hospital. The medical center had just been rescued from immediate financial collapse by the government and Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist […]

New Study Links Acetaminophen (Tylenol) To Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity

Mobile and wireless technologies are a ubiquitous feature of modern life. Most U.S. adults own smartphones, a growing proportion are “smartphone-only” Internet users and over a fourth report being online “almost constantly.” As for children, a 2014 survey of high-income nations reported that almost seven in ten children used a mobile phone, and two-thirds of those had a […]

U.S. Trade Deficit with China Worst Ever

U.S. Trade Deficit with China Worst Ever January 14th, 2019 Via: CNBC: China announced Monday that its 2018 trade surplus with the United States was its largest in more than a decade, despite the tariff war initiated by President Donald Trump against Beijing. China’s […]

US trade deficit with China grows to a record and it’s likely even worse than the data show

China announced Monday that its 2018 trade surplus with the United States was its largest in more than a decade, despite the tariff war initiated by President Donald Trump against Beijing. China’s surplus with the U.S. grew 17 percent from a year ago to hit $323.32 billion in 2018, according to government […]

Episode #260 – ‘West’s Integrity Deficit’ + Tribute to William Blum, and guest Jay Dyer

Episode #260 of SUNDAY WIRE SHOW resumes on Dec 16th 2018 with special guest host Patrick Henningsen broadcasting LIVE on the Alternate Current Radio Network (ACR)… LISTEN LIVE ON THIS PAGE AT THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULED SHOW TIMES: 5pm-7pm UK Time | 12pm-2pm ET (US) | 9am-11am PT (US) This week the SUNDAY WIRE broadcasts LIVE […]

Trump Administration on Track for $1 Trillion Budget Deficit This Year

November 19, 2018 By Michael Maharrey The Trump administration is on track to post a 2019 fiscal year budget deficit of over $1 trillion. These are the kind of budget deficits we would expect to see during a deep recession, not an “economic boom.” The government got off to a good start at achieving this […]

To The Stars Academy $37 Million “Deficit”

To The Stars Academy $37 Million “Deficit” October 15th, 2018 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket… and bend over: If we’re fucked up, you’re to blame Via: Ars Technica: The accompanying financial statements have been prepared on a going concern basis, which contemplates the […]

U.S. expects to hit $1 trillion deficit earlier than planned

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A Public Beauty Deficit

By Henry Dampier When you travel in European cities that are older than modernity, and contrast them with modern cities, the difference in both scale and in public decoration is stark. In modern cities, the trend is to have no recognizable human features to any of the buildings or public decorations. Where there is representational […]

Finnish parliament debate ditching euro to revive economy

     Finland has been discussing whether to leave the euro over growing frustration at the poor state of the country’s economy and high unemployment. The motion was discussed in parliament after a petition gathered more than 50,000 signatures. While the debate is unlikely to see Finland depart the single currency, it does show a general […]

Pollard and the Poisonous “Ally” Israel

The official and ecstatic Israeli welcome given to Jewish spy Jonathan Pollard’s release has definitively revealed the hate-filled attitude of the Jewish state toward America—and how poisonous the US’s supposed “best ally in the Middle East” actually is. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed Pollard’s release, saying that he had “longed for this day. […]

US military revolt against Obama’s decision to “support Al Qaeda in Syria

A military revolt against the plan of the Obama administration to launch a potentially disastrous attack against Syria is gathering pace, with two senior officers and members of scheduled services who express their vehement opposition to what the United States s ‘entangled in the conflict. The reaction began to spread on social media yesterday with […]

Greece To Miss Budget Deficit Targets, As Usual, While Qatar Prepares A Bailout Pennies-For-Gold Swap

Zero Hedge Oct 3, 2011 As the Greek parliament meets to finalize huge public sector job cuts, Reuters is reporting that Greece will miss the deficit targets set in its EU/IMF bailout this year and next… We would say “again” but at this point “as usual” makes far more sense, Why this should come as a […]

Democrats push tax hikes first in deficit talks

Richard Cowan and Tim Reid Reuters Oct 2, 2011 Democrats want tax hikes to be the first item negotiated in “super committee” deficit-reduction talks, trying to force Republicans to confront an issue at the heart of this year’s budget fights, sources told Reuters. The tough stance by Democratic members of the powerful 12-member congressional panel […]

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