"Exports from the U.S. climbed to a record in September, contributing to an unexpected decline in the trade deficit that gave the world’s largest economy a boost at the end of the third quarter. "
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-11-0 … ports.html
And we are only hearing about this NOW, days AFTER November 6th, because????
Well, the article only came out yesterday. But, this is an effect of a weaker dollar. It makes US goods more competitive but hurts us consumers when coupled with the massive speculation that is allowed. Although Obama put a lid on that speculation, and should continue to do so.
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