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97087Slovak Current Account Gap Narrows in November1/22/2020 11:56:03 AM"Slovakia's current account deficit narrowed to EUR 284 million in November 2019 from EUR 514 million in the same month of the previous year, as the goods account posted a EUR 4 million surplus, compared to a EUR 180 million gap. In addition, the services deficit fell to EUR 19 million from EUR 32 million last year, and the primary income gap declined to EUR 207 million from EUR 209 million. The secondary income deficit dropped to EUR 62 million from EUR 93 million."SlovakiaCurrent AccountSlovakiaCA/slovakia/current-account
97021Portugal Current Account Gap Narrows Sharply in November1/21/2020 11:28:27 AM"Portugal's current account deficit narrowed to EUR 116.2 million in November 2019 from EUR 882.1 million in the same month last year, as the goods gap declined to EUR 1171.5 million from EUR 1757.4 million, and the primary income deficit fell to EUR 193.9 million from EUR 289.5 million. In addition, the secondary income surplus increased to EUR 416.2 million from EUR 325.4 million, boosted by workers' remittances (EUR 288.3 million from EUR 283.5 million). Meanwhile, the services surplus dropped to EUR 832.9 million from EUR 839.4 million, despite rising tourism revenues (EUR 984.4 million from EUR 896.4 million). Considering January to November, the current account posted a EUR 0.4 billion deficit, compared to EUR 1.5 billion surplus in the same period of 2018."PortugalCurrent AccountPTCUEURO/portugal/current-account
96960Greek Current Account Gap Narrows in November1/20/2020 9:07:00 AM"Greece's current account deficit narrowed slightly to EUR 1.39 billion in November 2019 from EUR 1.45 billion in the same month last year, due to an improvement in the primary and the secondary income accounts, as well as to a slight decrease in the goods deficit. By contrast, the services surplus declined. In the January-November period, the current account deficit narrowed to EUR 2.0 billion from EUR 3.7 billion in the same period of 2018."GreeceCurrent AccountGKCAEUR/greece/current-account
95945Serbia Current Account Deficit Widens in November1/17/2020 7:14:09 PM"Serbia's current account deficit widened to USD 288 million in November 2019 from USD 173 million in the same month last year, as the goods and services gap increased to USD 412 million from USD 404 million and the primary income deficit rose to USD 216 million from USD 152 million. In addition, the secondary income surplus declined to USD 340 million from USD 384 million."SerbiaCurrent AccountSerrbiaCurcount/serbia/current-account
95923Russia Current Account Surplus Narrows in Q41/17/2020 1:20:57 PM"Russia's current account surplus narrowed to USD 16.3 billion in the fourth quarter of 2019 from USD 38.4 billion in the same period of 2018, a preliminary estimate showed. The goods surplus decreased to USD 39.1 billion from USD 57.2 billion and the services deficit rose to USD 8.5 billion from USD 6.9 billion. In addition, the investment income gap rose to USD 8.6 billion from USD 8.0 billion and the secondary income deficit went up to USD 4.4 billion from USD 2.9 billion. Considering 2019 full year, the current account surplus narrowed sharply to USD 70.6 billion from USD 113.5 billion in 2018."RussiaCurrent AccountRUCACAL/russia/current-account
95909Italy Current Account Surplus Widens in November1/17/2020 10:13:20 AM"The current account surplus in Italy widened to EUR 4.9 billion in November of 2019 from EUR 3.9 billion a year earlier. The goods surplus increased to EUR 5.9 billion from EUR 4.4 billion a year ago while the services shortfall went down to EUR 1.3 billion from EUR 1.6 billion. On the other hand, the primary income surplus narrowed to EUR 1.9 billion from EUR 2.5 billion while the secondary income gap rose to EUR 1.6 billion from EUR 1.4 billion. In the twelve months ending in November 2019 the current account surplus amounted to EUR 52.3 billion from EUR 47.4 billion in the corresponding period of 2018."ItalyCurrent AccountITCAEUR/italy/current-account
95897Eurozone Current Account Surplus Widens in November1/17/2020 9:07:25 AM"The Euro Area current account surplus widened to EUR 36.6 billion in November of 2019 from EUR 31.8 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year. The services surplus rose to EUR 6.6 billion from EUR 4.4 billion a year earlier and the secondary income deficit narrowed to EUR 9.5 billion from EUR 13.9 billion. On the other hand, the goods surplus declined to EUR 28.5 billion from EUR 29.0 billion a year earlier and the primary income surplus fell to EUR 11.0 billion from EUR 12.2 billion."Euro AreaCurrent AccountEUCQCA11/euro-area/current-account
95693Latvia Current Account Surplus Narrows in November1/14/2020 11:08:00 AM"Latvia's current account surplus decreased to EUR 22 million in November of 2019 from EUR 56 million in the same period of the previous year. The goods shortfall increased to EUR 167 million from EUR 133 million a year earlier while the secondary income surplus declined to EUR 6 from EUR 86 million. Meanwhile, the services surplus widened to EUR 200 million from EUR 186 million while the primary income gap fell to EUR 17 million from EUR 83 million."LatviaCurrent AccountLatviaCA/latvia/current-account
95656Japan Current Account Surplus Widens in November1/13/2020 11:57:00 PM"Japan's current account surplus widened to JPY 1.44 trillion in November 2019 from JPY 0.82 trillion in the same month last year, slightly above market expectations of JPY 1.42 trillion. The goods account was practically-balanced, compared to a JPY 0.54 trillion deficit a year ago, while the services surplus widened to JPY 0.16 trillion from JPY 0.04 trillion. Meanwhile, the secondary income deficit rose to JPY 0.18 trillion from JPY 0.14 trillion, while the primary income surplus stood practically unchanged at JPY 1.46 trillion."JapanCurrent AccountJNBPAB/japan/current-account
95634Polish Current Account Surplus Widens in November1/13/2020 1:06:36 PM"Poland's current account surplus widened sharply to EUR 1,457 million in November 2019 from a EUR 113 million in the same month last year, above market expectations of EUR 500 million. The goods surplus increased to EUR 829 million from EUR 102 million a year ago and the services surplus rose to EUR 2,332 million from EUR 2,066 million. In addition, the secondary income account posted a surplus of EUR 51 million, compared to a EUR 158 million gap a year earlier, while the primary income deficit narrowed to EUR 1,755 million from EUR 1,897 million."PolandCurrent AccountPOQECBCA/poland/current-account