U.S. Trade Gap Widens on Surging Imports

WASHINGTON—A stronger dollar and an influx of pent-up imports into West Coast ports are pointing the U.S. economy toward its third quarterly contraction in its six-year-long expansion, reflecting choppy conditions that appear set to restrain growth throughout the year. (This article required a subscription with The Wall Street Journal.  To access, please click on the above link.)

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