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Production Maintenance Announcement - Descartes Datamyne Friday, September 20, 2019 – Please be advised that Descartes Systems Group will be performing maintenance starting on Friday, September 20 at 19:00PM GMT and ending at 20:00PM GMT.  This maintenance is to update the Linux Servers. Descartes Datamyne will be briefly unavailable during this time frame. Questions or concerns can be directed to the [email protected] Please reference CHN-9464.

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Bloomberg Uses Datamyne to Gauge Port Slowdown Impact

Category: Industry Coverage

The US trade deficit made the biggest one-month jump on record in December as a strengthening dollar propelled a surge in imports, reports Bloomberg.

The Bloomberg analysis of the various factors contributing to the widest gap between US imports and exports since November 2012 covers the strengthening dollar, a positive outlook on economic recovery, and a late-year surge in oil imports.

Datamyne data is cited in weighing the impacts of the protracted labor dispute at West Coast ports, which has boosted volumes through the ports of New York-New Jersey and Savannah, Georgia.

Read “Trade Gap Jumps as Americans Buy Imported Cars, Oil: Economy” >

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