U.S. imports slowed in April, narrowing the trade deficit from a record

WASHINGTON — The U.S. trade deficit narrowed in April as imports fell sharply, reflecting subdued appetite for foreign goods and materials by U.S. consumers and businesses.

The goods and services trade deficit fell 19.1% in April from the previous month to a seasonally adjusted $87.1 billion, the Commerce Department said Tuesday, narrowing from a record deficit of 107 .7 billion from March.


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