- US' Goods Trade Balance came in at -$50.7 billion in June.
- US Dollar Index stays deep in the negative territory below 93.00 after the data.
The United States' international trade deficit declined by $4.1 billion to $50.7 billion in June, the data published jointly by the US Census Bureau and the US Bureau of Economic Analysis showed on Wednesday. This reading followed a deficit of $54.8 billion in May and came in slightly worse than the market expectation for a deficit of $50.1 billion.
"June exports were $158.3 billion, $13.6 billion more than May exports," the publication further read. "June imports were $208.9 billion, $9.5 billion more than May imports."
The US Dollar Index, which extended its daily slide on disappointing ADP Employment Change data, recovered modestly in the last minutes and was down 0.55% at 92.76 at the time of press.
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