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US current account deficit jumps from 14-year low

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A drop in U.S. exports and lower income from overseas investments drove the U.S. current account deficit to its highest level in 18 months. The Commerce Department says the deficit jumped to a seasonally adjusted $111.2 billion in the January-March quarter, up from a revised total of $87.3 billion in the October-December quarter. The fourth quarter's total was the smallest in...

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