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Eurozone | 21 January 2019 The EZ's Current Account Surplus is now Well Below 3% of GDP
The Eurozone's current account surplus almost surely fell further in Q4.

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21 January 2019 The EZ's Current Account Surplus is now Well Below 3% of GDP

By Claus Vistesen

The Eurozone's current account surplus almost surely fell further in Q4.

Posted: 21st Jan 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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