March 7, 2013 Headline: Widening trade gap, U.S. manufacturing expansion, and more.
New York Times: European car makers see green light on U.S.-E.U trade pact negotiations as a good sign.
Washington Post: Decline in weekly US unemployment aid applications suggests stronger hiring numbers.
Bloomberg: Costlier crude oil the cause of widened trade deficit.
Reuters: January numbers show increasing trade gap.
Bloomberg: Demand for crude oil rebounds as trade gap widens.
Forbes: Interest sparked in reshoring initiatives to bring back American manufacturing.
The Atlantic: Tensions with North Korea could bring U.S.-China to more amicable relations.
Thomas Net: U.S. manufacturing expands for third consecutive month.
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