Business & Finance: January Trade Balance

Figures from the U. S. Department of Commerce show that during January, 1924, the U. S. had exports of $395,170,129, imports of $293,788,573, a favorable trade balance of $101,381,566. In the light of the revival of European trade so constantly predicted during recent months, the trade figures with that continent are especially noteworthy. In January, 1923, our exports to Europe were $189,000,000 and our imports from Europe $103,000,000. During the same month this year, however, we sold $202,000,000 of our goods to Europe, but bought only $88,000,000 of European goods. Comparing the two...

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