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Wholesale inventories reports show the change in the total value of goods held by the wholesale trading businesses in the United States. It is one of the fundamental indicators. Slower increase of inventories or their drop is perceived as a bullish sign for the US dollar (wholesalers easily sell their goods and will order more). A faster growth of inventories can weaken the US dollar. Wholesale inventories are reported by the US Census Bureau once a month, about 40 days after the month’s end. You can find here posts that contain the released values for changes in wholesale inventories spanning since 2007.

Note: Do not confuse this indicator with business inventories.

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