June 4, 2013 Headlines: A four year low for manufacturing, anticipating the monthly jobs report, and more.
Bloomberg: Concern over the rate of economic growth in the U.S. was eased by the widened trade deficit.
CNBC: Construction spending grew in the U.S. while manufacturing declined.
Forbes: U.S. manufacturing sector is feeling the strain of struggling economic conditions and demand.
New York Times: The new economic reports on manufacturing have a positive, short-term impact on investors.
Politico: U.S.-China relationship holds the potential for positive changes in the lives of both Chinese and American citizens.
Reuters: The U.S. is poised to sign the UN arms trade treaty despite the NRA vowing to fight it.
USA Today: Cyber-security tops the agenda for U.S.-China presidential summit.
Washington Post: U.S. investors anticipate the monthly job numbers at the end of the week.
Washington Post: Despite growth in the U.S. economy, the manufacturing sector has contracted.
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