Businesses are expected to work down elevated inventories in future periods, while the U.S. trade balance probably will return to a deficit, said Steve Blitz, chief U.S. economist for the forecasting firm TS Lombard. "Beyond the headline number, when I look at this report, I see nothing that tells me that growth momentum is going up," Blitz said. "It sets us up for a weak second quarter."
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