Business & Finance: Trade Statement

During November, the U. S. exported goods valued at $404,000,000, while imports for the same period amounted to $292,000,000. The November exports were the largest for any month since February, 1921; imports ports proved more stationary, since they proved only slightly less than for October or for November, 1922. The large recent exports are mainly due to high prevailing prices for cotton, which figures so prominently in exported commodities every autumn.

During November, 1923, the U. S. exported $746,000 of gold, and imported $39,757,000, leaving the heavy import balance of $39,011,000. Thus far...

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