April 5, 2013 Headlines: Jobs numbers, U.S.-China relations, and more.
Bloomberg: With the speculation that the U.S. economy's growth is slowing, the Dollar Index has declined.
Bloomberg: The U.S. is responding to North Korea's threatening rhetoric with the right amount of restraint.
Fox Business: Manufacturing is critical for ongoing standard of living in the U.S.
Fox News: U.S.-China relations could be strengthened by North Korea's nuclear and military threats.
Wall Street Journal: With the trade deficit narrowing in February, there is hope that U.S. recovery is still under way.
Washington Post: Continued gains in U.S. energy exports will take part in narrowing the trade deficit in 2013.
Washington Post: Positive gains in U.S. manufacturing and exporting suggest Obama's 5-year export goal may not be missed by much.
Washington Post: March job gains in the U.S. are less than half the average of the past six months.
Washington Post: 94% of Americans cannot name one Chinese brand despite an abundance of Chinese products in the U.S.
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