Eurozone capital flows

Eurozone capital flows: 16.6 (-76.53%)
Last Update: March 31, 2024

Eurozone capital flows closed down 16.6 as of March 31, 2024 from 70.73 from the previous month and 31.72 from last year.

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Eurozone capital flows

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Eurozone capital flows

2024-03-31 16.6
2024-02-29 70.73
2024-01-31 1.3
2023-12-31 44.25
2023-11-30 39.67
2023-10-31 34.84
2023-09-30 52.1
2023-08-31 14.48
2023-07-31 39.36
2023-06-30 75.89
2023-05-31 -17.27
2023-04-30 -15.57
2023-03-31 31.72
2023-02-28 -9.5
2023-01-31 22.01
2022-12-31 78.5
2022-11-30 -15.86
2022-10-31 25
2022-09-30 -40.96
2022-08-31 -5.17
2022-07-31 8.51
2022-06-30 36.29
2022-05-31 138.66
2022-04-30 -41.49

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Eurozone capital flows Historical Data

The MacroVar database offers free access to historical data for the Eurozone capital flows, dating back to 1950. This extensive dataset is readily available through MacroVar versatile platforms, including a user-friendly web interface, a robust Python API, and convenient Excel integration. By leveraging these tools, users can efficiently retrieve and analyze decades of Eurozone capital flows data, supporting a wide range of research, financial analysis, and decision-making processes.

What is the Eurozone capital flows

Eurozone capital flows refer to the movement of funds between countries within the Eurozone, which is a group of European Union countries that use the euro as their common currency. Capital flows can take the form of foreign direct investment, portfolio investment, loans, or other financial transactions. These flows play a crucial role in the functioning of the Eurozone economy, as they can affect exchange rates, interest rates, and overall economic stability. Monitoring and analyzing capital flows is important for policymakers and investors to understand the dynamics of the Eurozone economy and make informed decisions.