Trade at L.A, Long Beach ports in April up 6.3%

This week the Los Angeles Times reported that, “International trade at the ports of Los Angels and Long Beach improved by more than 6% in April, compared with the same month a year ago, but the pace of growth slowed”.  Often times cargo traffic can prove to be a great leading economic indicator as it can indicate manufacturer’s and retailer’s buying trends.  To view the entire article, click the photo to the right.

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