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Chart of the Day: Trump right to aim at China

This chart from 'The Euchre' shows why the President-elect Donald Trump is right to take aim at China, with which the United States run the biggest of the deficits.

In 2015, the United States ran goods trade deficit of $348 billion with China, the next closest is Japan, which runs a surplus of just $69 billion.

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DEProducer Prices YY

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1.0 %

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1.0 %

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0.1 %

January 20 07:00 UTC Released

DEProducer Prices MM

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0.4 %

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0.4 %

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0.3 %

January 23 07:00 UTC 37803780m

TRConsumer Confidence*

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63.40

January 23 13:00 UTC 41404140m

SACPI YY*

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2.3 %

January 23 13:00 UTC 41404140m

SACPI MM*

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-0.2 %

January 23 13:30 UTC 41704170m

CAWholesale Trade MM

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1.1 %

January 23 15:00 UTC 42604260m

EZConsumer Confid. Flash

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-5.1 %

January 23 19:00 UTC 45004500m

ARAnnual Industrial Output*

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-2.5 %

January 23 21:00 UTC 46204620m

KRConsumer Sentiment Ind*

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94 bln $

January 24 00:30 UTC 48304830m

JPNikkei Mfg PMI

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52.4 %

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