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U.S. trade deficit sinks 21% to $38.5 billion : Report

Surging exports of oil and airplanes lowers gap to two-year low

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) The monthly U.S. trade deficit fell almost 21% in December to the lowest level in two years, pulled down by a surge in petroleum exports and commercial jetliners The trade gap plunged to a seasonally adjusted $38.5 billion from $48.6 billion in November, the Commerce Department said Friday It’s the smallest trade gap since January 2010 U.S. exports climbed 2.1% in December to $186.4 billion, further evidence that overseas economies are recovering from a global slowdown in much of 2012 Demand for U.S. goods picks up when other nations are growing U.S. exports of large aircraft and nonmonetary gold were particularly strong, according to government figures Yet imports declined 2.7% to $224.9 billion — the biggest drop in three years The lower deficit was driven by a marked change in the usual flow of petroleum The U.S. exported a record $11.6 billion in petroleum products, but crude imports by the barrel tumbled to the smallest amount since 1997 The U.S. still imported far more petroleum than it exported, but the gap, at $18.7 billion, fell to the lowest level since summer 2009 What’s unclear is whether the change in petroleum flows in December is an aberration or the hint of a developing long-term trend  The U.S. is becoming an even bigger producer of crude and refined oil as a result of new technologies that allow companies to extract previously inaccessible fuel from large rock formations, a process known as fracking

The U.S. has also become more efficient in its use of fuel, as reflected by the growing sales of hybrid vehicles and automobiles that get better gas mileage

Meantime, deficits with most of the nation’s biggest trading partners fell
The U.S.’s trade gap with China decreased to $24.5 billion from $29 billion in November, for example, while the deficit with the European Union slid to $8.7 billion from $12.2 billion

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