WASHINGTON — The U.S. October trade report was about as expected, showing better U.S. exports and implying the trade sector will add to real growth in Q4.

The October trade balance posted -$40.6 billion, better than the revised -$43 billion in September. Imports were up $1 billion and exports were up $3.4 billion to new highs.

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