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Estados Unidos Balanza Comercial

Último Lanzamiento
dic. 31, 2023
Actual
-62.2
Unidades En
USD Million
Previo
-63.21
Frecuencia
Mensual
Próximo Lanzamiento
mar. 07, 2024
Tiempo restante para el Lanzamiento
27Días 13 Horas
Máximo
Mínimo
Promedio
Rango de Datos
Fuente
1,946
jun. 1975
-109,802
mar. 2022
-16,961.86 USD Million1950-2023U.S. Census Bureau
La balanza comercial (BC) se refiere a la diferencia entre el valor monetario de las importaciones y exportaciones de un país durante un período de tiempo determinado. Una balanza comercial positiva indica un superávit comercial, mientras que una balanza comercial negativa indica un déficit comercial. La balanza comercial es un componente importante para determinar la cuenta corriente de un país.

Últimas Actualizaciones

US trade deficit narrowed to $773.4 billion in 2023, the lowest in 3 years and down 19% from a record $951.2 billion in 2022. Imports fell 3.6% from a record $3.65 trillion in 2022 due to the lower cost of oil and the slowdown in demand for goods. Meanwhile, exports rose 1.2% or $35 billion to $258.2 billion, a record high with shipments of capital and consumer goods, and motor vehicles notching records. On the other hand, imports fell 3.6% or $142.7 billion from a record $3.65 trillion in 2022 due to the lower cost of oil and the slowdown in demand for goods. The goods trade deficit with China shrank to the smallest total since 2010 while trade gaps hit records with Mexico, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Mexico, South Korea, Taiwan, and India. In December alone, the deficit was little changed at $62.2 billion from a downwardly revised $61.9 billion in November, and matching forecast. Exports increased 1.5% to $258.2 billion while imports rose 1.3% to $320.4 billion.

Historia de Balanza Comercial en Estados Unidos

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