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406675German Current Account Surplus Widens in January3/14/2024 1:58:40 PM"Germany's current account surplus widened to EUR 29.7 billion in January 2024 from a revised EUR 17.1 billion in the same month last year. The goods surplus increased sharply to EUR 25.7 billion from EUR 11.7 billion a year ago, with exports rising by 3.8% and imports plunging by 8.2%, while the secondary income deficit narrowed to EUR 4.3 billion from EUR 5.5 billion. On the other hand, the primary income surplus declined to EUR 12.5 billion from EUR 13.0 billion and the services gap grew to EUR 4.1 billion from EUR 2.1 billion."GermanyCurrent AccountGRCAEU/germany/current-account1
406336Israel Current Account Surplus Hits Record High3/12/2024 11:20:33 AM"Israel recorded a record current account surplus of $10.5 billion in the last three months of 2023, compared to a $4.6 billion surplus in the previous period. The goods and services surplus widened to $6.4 billion from $4.5 billion, the primary income account switched to a $0.81 billion surplus from a $1.96 billion gap and the secondary income surplus rose to $3.3 billion from $2.1 billion. Considering full 2023 and non seasonally adjusted data, Israel recorded a current account surplus of $25.34 billion compared to a $20.61 billion surplus in 2022."IsraelCurrent AccountISCAL/israel/current-account1
406303Turkey Current Account Deficit Narrows Sharply in January3/12/2024 7:39:38 AM"Turkey’s current account deficit narrowed sharply to $2.56 billion in January 2024 from $10.4 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year, below market forecasts of a $2.8 billion shortfall. The goods deficit decreased broadly to $4.45 billion from $12.63 billion a year earlier while the primary income gap rose to $0.86 billion from $0.39 billion. Meanwhile, the secondary income surplus narrowed sharply to $0.04 billion in January from $0.23 billion a year earlier and the services surplus edged down to $2.79 billion from $2.82 billion. Excluding gold and energy, the current account surplus increased to $3.60 billion from $2.02 billion in the same month of the previous year."TurkeyCurrent AccountTUCAL/turkey/current-account1
406168Danish Current Account Narrows in January3/11/2024 7:24:43 AM"Denmark’s current account surplus narrowed to DKK 25.5 billion in January 2024 in seasonally adjusted terms from a downwardly revised DKK 34.5 billion in the previous month, as the services account surplus sharply fell to DKK 1.3 billion from DKK 7.1 billion. At the same time, the goods account surplus decreased to DKK 21.5 billion in January 2024 from DKK 24.3 billion in the previous month, as well as the primary income surplus to DKK 5.5 billion from DKK 5.7 billion. On the other hand, the secondary income deficit slightly rose to DKK 2.9 billion from DKK 2.6 billion."DenmarkCurrent AccountDECA/denmark/current-account1
406153Finland Posts Current Account Deficit in January3/11/2024 6:07:00 AM"Finland posted a current account deficit of EUR 51 million in January 2024, compared to a surplus of EUR 78 million in the corresponding month of the previous year. The services deficit widened to EUR 995 million from EUR 698 million a year earlier, and the secondary income shortfall rose to EUR 192 million from EUR 164 million. Meanwhile, the goods surplus increased to EUR 564 million from EUR 465 million a year ago, and the primary income surplus went up to EUR 572 million from EUR 474 million."FinlandCurrent AccountFICAEUR/finland/current-account1