Aussie Trade Balance (Nov): 5800 M vs Expected 5915 M
Thursday, 9 January 2020 07:58 WIB |
ECONOMY |Ekonomi AustraliaNeraca perdagangan,
Australia has recorded its 23rd consecutive monthly trade surplus in November.
Trade Balance (Nov) 5800M vs expected 5915M and prior 4502M.
Australia Nov goods/services exports +2 pct MoM/, seasonally adjusted.
Australia Nov goods/services imports -3 pct MoM, seasonally adjusted.
Source : FX Street
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