Trade balance

The Hindu Business Line  Apr 24  Comment 
India prepares 3-pronged strategy as deficit hits record $44 billion in April-Feb 2014-15
Yahoo  Apr 22  Comment 
Japan posted its first monthly trade surplus in nearly three years in March thanks to falling import costs from cheaper oil prices, along with a modest recovery in exports. But the stronger-than-expected ...
The Economic Times  Apr 17  Comment 
While exports for March fell to $23.95 billion versus $21.5 billion in February, imports rose to $35.74 billion versus $28.4 billion in February.
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 17  Comment 
SeekingAlpha  Apr 14  Comment 
Forex News  Apr 13  Comment 
The Chinese yuan fell against the US dollar today as the drop of the nation’s trade balance surplus was far bigger than market participants have anticipated, fueling concerns about slowing growth of the world’s second biggest...
WA Business News  Apr 13  Comment 
The dramatic price falls in the resources sector, particularly for iron ore, is having an impact on balance of trade figures in WA.
Wall Street Journal  Apr 13  Comment 
Falling exports and a sharp drop in China’s monthly trade surplus point to weak first-quarter economic results coming this week, heaping more pressure on Beijing to ease fiscal and monetary policy.
Forbes  Apr 9  Comment 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has taken to blogging and has already caused quite a splash tackling some of the crucial economic questions facing the world today.
BBC News  Apr 9  Comment 
The UK trade deficit widened in February by more than expected, figures from the Office for National Statistics show.


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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