Expect More Cuts To Q2 GDP, As May Trade Deficit Comes In Wider Than Expected

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The May trade deficit was $050 billion, compared to $44.1 billion estimated.This means cuts to GDP, as the trade deficit gets subtracted from the headline number.

On the other hand, this was May, a world ago.

Markets still lower with an hour to go.

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