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Eurozone | 20 February 2018 Everyone is Talking About Current Accounts Again
The euro area's current account surplus stumbled at the end of 2017, falling to €29.9B in December from an upwardly-revised €35.0B in November.

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20 February 2018 Everyone is Talking About Current Accounts Again

By Claus Vistesen

The euro area's current account surplus stumbled at the end of 2017, falling to €29.9B in December from an upwardly-revised €35.0B in November.

Posted: 19th Feb 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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