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Treasury budget reports show the difference between the total receipts and outlays of the US government. This difference is either a deficit (if income is lower than spending) or a surplus (when income exceeds spending). The reports are released monthly by the US Department of the Treasury; usually, on the 8th day of the next month. It is an important fundamental indicator because the deficit of the US budget should be covered by borrowing, which creates additional dollar supply. A bigger deficit or a smaller surplus usually have a negative effect on the USD. A better-than-expected difference helps the US currency to rise. You can read our reports on the treasury budget deficit/surplus values released to the public since 2007 in the posts below.

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2012

2011

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2008

2007