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88419Greece Posts Largest Current Account Surplus in 4 Years10/21/2019 8:12:32 AM"Greece’s current account surplus widened to EUR 1.87 billion in August 2019 from EUR 1.35 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year. It was the largest current account surplus since August 2015, as the goods deficit narrowed to EUR 1,868 million from EUR 1,936 million and the services surplus increased to EUR 4,511 million from EUR 3,968 million a year earlier. On the other hand, the primary income gap rose to EUR 657 million from EUR 576 million and the secondary income shortfall advanced to EUR 112 million from EUR 102 million in August 2018."GreeceCurrent AccountGKCAEUR/greece/current-account
88372Slovak Current Account Gap Widens in August10/18/2019 10:38:03 AM"Slovakia's current account deficit rose to EUR 489.5 million in August 2019 from EUR 447.8 million in the same month a year earlier, as the goods shortfall increased to EUR 403 million from EUR 327.9 million and the primary income deficit widened to EUR 189 million from EUR 141.4 million. Meanwhile, the services surplus rose to EUR 139.3 million from EUR 128.9 million in August 2019 and the secondary income gap decreased sharply to EUR 36.7 million from EUR 107.4 million."SlovakiaCurrent AccountSlovakiaCA/slovakia/current-account
88371Serbia Current Account Gap Shrinks in August10/18/2019 10:34:02 AM"Serbia’s current account deficit narrowed to USD 153 million in August 2019 from USD 163 million in the same month of the previous year, as the goods and services gap fell to USD 273 million from USD 417 million. On the other hand, the primary income shortfall widened to USD 272 million from USD 240 million in August 2018 and the secondary income surplus declined to USD 391 million from USD 495 million."SerbiaCurrent AccountSerrbiaCurcount/serbia/current-account
88367Bulgaria Current Account Surplus Reaches All-Time High10/18/2019 9:16:56 AM"Bulgaria´s current account surplus widened to EUR 1,249 million in August of 2019 from EUR 1,157.7 million in the same month a year earlier, reaching the highest surplus on record since at least 1998. The goods and services surplus rose to EUR 1,015.2 million from EUR 811.3 million a year ago and the primary income account swung to a EUR 43.2 million surplus compared with a deficit of EUR 49.5 million in the same. Meanwhile, the secondary income surplus narrowed to EUR 117.2 million from EUR 261.1 million. In the first eight months of 2019, the current account surplus increased to EUR 4.812.7 million from EUR 2.800.7 million in the corresponding period of 2018."BulgariaCurrent AccountBulgariaCA/bulgaria/current-account
88366Italy Current Account Surplus Widens in August10/18/2019 9:08:00 AM"Italy's current account surplus widened to EUR 6.04 billion in August 2019 from EUR 5.56 billion in the same month of the previous year. The goods surplus advanced to EUR 4.66 billion from EUR 3.28 billion and the secondary income shortfall went down to EUR 1.43 billion from EUR 1.45 billion a year earlier. Meanwhile, the services surplus narrowed to EUR 1.04 billion from EUR 1.28 billion and the primary income surplus fell to EUR 1.76 billion from EUR 2.48 billion."ItalyCurrent AccountITCAEUR/italy/current-account
88365Eurozone Current Account Surplus Narrows in August10/18/2019 8:58:00 AM"The Euro Area current account surplus narrowed to EUR 25.7 billion in August 2019 from EUR 29.6 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year and compared with market expectations of a EUR 17.6 billion surplus. The services surplus fell to EUR 8.7 billion from EUR 10.7 billion and the primary income surplus declined to EUR 8.7 billion from 10.3 billion. Also, the secondary income gap increased to EUR 11.9 billion from EUR 10.4 billion a year earlier. On the other hand, the goods surplus widened to EUR 20.2 billion from EUR 19.1 billion in August 2018."Euro AreaCurrent AccountEUCQCA11/euro-area/current-account
88310Portugal Current Account Surplus Widens in August10/17/2019 10:37:36 AM"Portugal’s current account surplus rose to EUR 1,492 million in August 2019 from EUR 1,202 million in the same month of the previous year. The services surplus widened to EUR 2,724 million from EUR 2,610 million in August 2018, as tourism revenues increased to EUR 2,356 million from EUR 2,285 million; and the goods deficit narrowed to EUR 1,425 million from EUR 1,498 million. Also, the primary income gap dropped to EUR 158 million from EUR 264 million while the secondary income surplus edged down to EUR 351 million from EUR 354 million."PortugalCurrent AccountPTCUEURO/portugal/current-account
88148Finnish Current Account Swings to Surplus in August10/15/2019 5:18:24 AM"Finland posted a current account surplus of EUR 184 million in August 2019, shifting from a deficit of EUR 396 million in the same month a year earlier. The surplus of primary income widened sharply to EUR 674 million from EUR 210 million the prior year, while the gap narrowed for goods account (EUR 81 million from EUR 96 million a year ago), services account (EUR 284 million from EUR 325 million) and secondary income (EUR 125 million from EUR 184 million)."FinlandCurrent AccountFICAEUR/finland/current-account
88123Cyprus Current Account Gap Widens in Q210/14/2019 12:30:35 PM"The current account deficit in Cyprus rose to EUR 203.6 million in the second quarter of 2019 from EUR 88.4 million in the same period a year earlier. The goods gap widened to EUR 1,316 million from EUR 1,164 million a year ago and the services surplus narrowed to EUR 1,416 million from EUR 1,433 million. On the other hand, the primary income shortfall fell to EUR 229 million from EUR 250 million and the secondary income deficit declined to EUR 75 million from EUR 108 million."CyprusCurrent AccountCypprusCurcount/cyprus/current-account
88122Poland Current Account Deficit Narrows in August10/14/2019 12:19:20 PM"The current account gap in Poland shrank to EUR 606 million in August 2019 from EUR 1,059 million in the same month of the previous year. The goods deficit fell to EUR 55 million from EUR 548 million in August 2018 and the secondary income shortfall narrowed to EUR 179 million from EUR 442 million. Also, the services surplus widened to EUR 1,616 million from EUR 1,531 million while the primary income gap rose to EUR 1,988 million from EUR 1,600 million."PolandCurrent AccountPOQECBCA/poland/current-account