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85284Chile Current Account Gap Widens 30.3% YoY in Q28/19/2019 12:39:00 PM"Chile's current account deficit rose to USD 2.93 billion in the second quarter of 2019 from USD 2.25 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year. The goods surplus narrowed to USD 1.04 billion from USD 1.48 billion in Q2 2018, as exports fell 9 percent amid lower shipments of copper and imports decreased at a softer 7.2 percent dragged down by purchases of consumption and intermediate goods. Meantime, the services shortfall rose slightly to USD 1.21 billion from USD 1.17 billion, as exports of services dropped 0.2 percent, on lower sea and air transportation services. On the other hand, the primary income gap decreased somewhat to USD 3.04 billion from USD 3.37 billion while the secondary income surplus shrank to USD 0.29 billion from USD 0.80 billion a year earlier."ChileCurrent AccountCLBPCURA/chile/current-account
85283Slovak Current Account Deficit Widens in June8/19/2019 11:30:19 AM"Slovakia's current account deficit widened to EUR 364.4 million in June 2019 from EUR 276.7 million in the same month last year, as the primary income gap increased to EUR 230 million from EUR 205.2 million while the goods surplus fell sharply to EUR 33 million from EUR 218.7 million. Meanwhile, the secondary income deficit declined to EUR 289.6 million from EUR 372.7 million a year ago and the services surplus rose to EUR 122.3 million from EUR 82.5 million."SlovakiaCurrent AccountSlovakiaCA/slovakia/current-account
85274Bulgaria Posts Widest Current Account Surplus in Near a Year8/19/2019 9:49:00 AM"Bulgaria's current account surplus rose sharply to EUR 880.3 million in June of 2019 from EUR 341.9 million in the same month of the previous year. This is the highest current account surplus since August last year. The goods balance shifted to a EUR 29.6 million surplus compared to a EUR 202.2 million deficit; and the services surplus rose to EUR 499.7 million from EUR 486.4 million a year ago. In addition, the primary income gap decreased to EUR 13.8 million from EUR 67.6 million and the secondary income surplus widened to EUR 364.9 million from EUR 125.3 million in June 2018. In the first six months of the year, the country's current account surplus went up to EUR 1,758.6 million from EUR 266.3 million in the same period of 2018."BulgariaCurrent AccountBulgariaCA/bulgaria/current-account
85272Italy Current Account Surplus Narrows in June8/19/2019 9:08:52 AM"Italy's current account surplus narrowed to EUR 5.05 billion in June 2019 from EUR 5.58 billion in the same month last year, as the services surplus declined to EUR 0.44 billion from EUR 0.68 billion while the primary income account posted a EUR 0.06 billion deficit, compared to a EUR 0.50 surplus. Meanwhile, the goods surplus widened to EUR 5.87 billion from EUR 5.74 billion a year ago while the secondary income gap decreased to EUR 1.20 billion from EUR 1.33 billion."ItalyCurrent AccountITCAEUR/italy/current-account
85266Eurozone Current Account Surplus Narrows in June8/19/2019 8:16:48 AM"The Euro Area current account surplus narrowed to EUR 23.1 billion in June 2019 from EUR 30.7 billion in the same month last year, as the services surplus declined to EUR 7.2 billion from EUR 13.1 billion; while the primary income account was in balance, compared to a EUR 1.2 billion surplus in June 2018. Meanwhile, the goods surplus was little-changed at EUR 27.6 billion and the secondary income deficit increased to EUR 11.8 billion from EUR 11.3 billion."Euro AreaCurrent AccountEUCQCA11/euro-area/current-account
85198Malaysia Current Account Surplus Jumps in Q28/16/2019 4:09:00 AM"Malaysia’s current account surplus widened to MYR 14.26 billion in the second quarter of 2019 from MYR 2.80 billion in the same period the preceding year, as the goods surplus increased to MYR 28.10 billion from MYR 25.92 billion. In addition, the services deficit narrowed to MYR 3.44 billion from MYR 5.57 billion a year ago and the primary income gap decreased to MYR 5.54 billion from MYR 12.75 billion. The secondary income gap was little-changed at MYR 4.87 billion."MalaysiaCurrent AccountMACATOT/malaysia/current-account
85154Serbia Current Account Deficit Widens in June8/15/2019 11:02:19 AM"Serbia's current account deficit widened to USD 366 million in June 2019 from USD 189 million in the same month last year, as the goods and services gap increased to USD 384 million from USD 356 million. In addition, the primary income deficit went up to USD 311 million from USD 235 million a year ago and the secondary income surplus narrowed to USD 329 million from USD 402 million."SerbiaCurrent AccountSerrbiaCurcount/serbia/current-account
85133Finnish Currents Account Swings to Surplus in June8/15/2019 5:19:03 AM"Finland’s current account shifted to a surplus of EUR 0.79 billion in June 2019 from a deficit of EUR 1.1 billion in the corresponding month a year earlier. This marked the second straight month of surplus in current account, as the primary income account reversed to a surplus of EUR 0.78 billion from a gap of EUR 0.74 billion a year earlier, while the surplus of goods account rose to EUR 0.35 billion from 0.14 billion. In addition, the deficit of services account (0.23 billion from 0.31 billion) and that of secondary income (EUR 0.11 billion from EUR 0.18 billion) narrowed."FinlandCurrent AccountFICAEUR/finland/current-account
85011Polish Current Account Surplus Narrows in June8/13/2019 12:10:00 PM"The current account surplus in Poland decreased significantly to EUR 21 million in June 2019 from EUR 192 million in the same month of the previous year. The primary income shortfall increased to EUR 1,909 million from EUR 1,407 million in June 2018 and the secondary gap went up to EUR 99 million from EUR 16 million a year ago. Meanwhile, the goods deficit shrank to EUR 77 million from EUR 369 million, as imports and exports fell 3.1 percent and 1.6 percent, respectively. Also, the services surplus rose to EUR 2,106 million from EUR 1,984 million in the same period of 2018."PolandCurrent AccountPOQECBCA/poland/current-account
85004Romania Current Account Deficit Narrows in June8/13/2019 10:23:51 AM"Romania's current account gap narrowed slightly to EUR 1,110 million in June 2019 from EUR 1,152 million in the same month a year earlier. The good and services shortfall decreased to EUR 448 million from EUR 544 million a year ago while the secondary income surplus widened to EUR 178 million from EUR 144 million. On the other hand, the primary income deficit rose to EUR 841 million from EUR 752 million. Considering the second quarter of 2019, Romania’s current account gap widened to EUR 3,976 million from EUR 2,689 million in the same period of 2018."RomaniaCurrent AccountRomaniaCA/romania/current-account