The US international trade deficit was $91.2 billion in June, a $3.0 billion increase from $88.2 billion in May.
- U.S. exports for June were $145.5 billion, $0.5 billion more than May exports, with foods, feeds & beverages imports dropping by 8.7% in June.
- Imports of goods for June increased by $3.5 billion to $236.7 billion compared to May imports. Imports of industrial supplies and foods, feeds, & beverages, increased by 8.5%, and 4.0% respectively in June.
- Wholesale inventories for June, adjusted for seasonal variances and trading day differences slightly increase by 0.8% to $715.0 billion from May 2021.
- Retail inventories for June, adjusted for seasonal variances and trading day differences slightly rose by 0.3% to $600.0 billion from May 2021.
The monthly retail and wholesale inventories are updated on a quarterly basis to identify changes in new retail and wholesale firms, deaths, and other changes.
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Source: U.S. Department of Commerce.