Trade Balance

Financial Times  Mar 19  Comment 
Strength underlines anxiety about US recovery
Japan Today  Mar 18  Comment 
Japan's trade deficit narrowed in February, thanks to a plunge in import costs due to lower crude oil prices. It was the 32nd straight month of deficits. The Finance Ministry said Wednesday that the trade deficit fell 47% from a year earlier to...
Mondo Visione  Mar 17  Comment 
TheCityUK has launched its latest report: “Key Facts: UK Financial and Related Professional Services” which you can find attached. The report highlights the importance of the financial and related professional services industry to the UK’s...
Reuters  Mar 16  Comment 
* Trade surplus rises for third straight month on weak imports (Adds comment from chief economics minister, paragraphs 13,14)
Commodity Online  Mar 14  Comment 
Oil imports during February, 2015 were valued at $ 6101.23 million which was 55.49 per cent lower than oil imports valued at US $ 13706.89 million in the corresponding period last year.
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 13  Comment 
India's trade deficit narrowed to a 17-month low of $6.8 billion in February as oil imports declined by over 55 per cent from a month earlier, government data showed on Friday. Imports fe...  Mar 12  Comment 
Dramatic fall in oil prices contributes to improved trade balance but higher pound and fall in exports to eurozone limit gains Britain’s trade balance improved in January after a dramatic fall in oil prices cut the cost of imports. But the...
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 12  Comment 
Sterling was given some respite from its recent heavy losses against the dollar on Thursday, rising against the greenback after data showed the UK’s trade deficit narrowed to its smallest since mi...
BBC News  Mar 8  Comment 
China's monthly trade surplus hit a record $60.6bn (£40.3bn) in February, as exports grew and imports slid back.


Trade Balance, also known as net exports, measures the difference between the value of goods a country exports and the value of the goods it imports. A positive trade balance indicates the country has a trade surplus and a negative trade balance means the country has a trade deficit. A country's trade balance is an essential value when calculating gross domestic product and is also useful when measuring to degree to which a country relies on imported goods.

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