The Eurozone current account surplus declined in July largely due to a fall in trade surplus, the European Central Bank said Monday.
The surplus fell to a seasonally adjusted EUR 9.7 billion from EUR 14.3 billion in June.
The surplus for goods declined to EUR 7.5 billion from EUR 12.7 billion, while surplus in services remained unchanged at EUR 6.2 billion.
Income totaled EUR 1.7 billion, down from EUR 3.9 billion a month ago. The surplus in income was partly offset by a EUR 5.8 billion deficit in current transfers.
by RTT Staff Writer
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