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Eurozone current account to gdp: 1.9 (-480%)
Last Update: December 31, 2023

Eurozone current account to gdp closed down 1.9 as of December 31, 2023 from -0.5 from the previous month and -0.4 from last year.


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Eurozone current account to gdp

DateValues
2023-12-31 1.9
2022-12-31 -0.5
2021-12-31 2.8
2020-12-31 1.9
2019-12-31 2.7
2018-12-31 3.1
2017-12-31 3.1
2016-12-31 3.3
2015-12-31 2.8
2014-12-31 2.4
2013-12-31 2.1
2012-12-31 1
2011-12-31 -0.4
2010-12-31 -0.3
2009-12-31 -0.3
2008-12-31 -1.8
2007-12-31 0
2006-12-31 -0.2
2005-12-31 0.1
2004-12-31 0.7


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IndicatorSymbolActualPreviousM/M%Y/Y%TrendSlopePercentileUpdate
current account to gdpea.currentaccountgdp1.9-0.5-48090DownUP02024-01-31

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What is the Eurozone current account to gdp

Introduction: Welcome to our comprehensive webpage dedicated to the Eurozone Current Account to GDP ratio. Here, you will find current and historical data, trends, signals, analytics, and charts that will assist you in understanding this crucial economic indicator and its implications for the Eurozone countries. Additionally, we offer the opportunity to export historical data for free, enabling you to conduct extensive analysis. Our platform also incorporates MacroVar signals, trends, and analysis to provide a deeper understanding of the Eurozone's economic health.

Understanding the Eurozone Current Account to GDP Ratio: The Eurozone Current Account to GDP ratio measures the balance between a country's current account (exports minus imports of goods, services, and income) and its Gross Domestic Product (GDP). It is an essential indicator for gauging the Eurozone's international trade and economic competitiveness.

Interpreting the Eurozone Current Account to GDP Ratio: The Eurozone Current Account to GDP ratio serves as a key measure of a country's ability to finance its activities and to repay foreign debt. It reflects the balance between domestic savings and investments vis-à-vis the rest of the world. Here are a few interpretations to help you comprehend its implications:

1. Surplus and Deficit: A positive ratio (above 0%) signals a current account surplus, indicating that the Eurozone is exporting more than it imports and is a net lender to the rest of the world. Conversely, a negative ratio suggests a current account deficit, meaning the Eurozone is importing more than it exports and relies on external borrowing.

2. Economic Competitiveness: A higher ratio may indicate a country's ability to produce goods and services at competitive prices, enabling it to export more. Conversely, a lower ratio might indicate weaker competitiveness and a higher reliance on imports.

3. Foreign Investment: A higher ratio implies that a Eurozone country is attracting significant foreign investment, potentially indicating trust and confidence in its economic performance. Conversely, a lower ratio could indicate reduced foreign interest and investment.

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Conclusion: The Eurozone Current Account to GDP ratio is a critical metric that reflects a country's ability to finance its activities, international trade balance, and economic competitiveness. Our webpage offers up-to-date and historical data, trends, signals, analytics, and charts to assist users in analyzing and interpreting this important indicator. Users can export historical data for free, enabling further analysis, while also benefiting from MacroVar signals, trends, and analysis. Stay informed and make better-informed decisions with our comprehensive Eurozone Current Account to GDP resource.

Eurozone Financial Markets

MarketSymbolLastMomTrendExhRSI1D%1W%1M%1Y%
Eurozone ETFEZU41.380.5-1-1.8907647.76350.006810.017210.000480.17523
EUR/USD - Euro US DollarEURUSD0.9415-0.511.0957847.4366-0.00486-0.00549-0.00665-0.02577
Eurozone Macroeconomic Indicators

IndicatorSymbolActualPreviousM/M%Y/Y%TrendSlopePercentileUpdate
balance of tradeea.balanceoftrade15040.223702.7-37-3631DownUP22024-05-31
bank lending rateea.banks.lendingrate5.184.955189UPUP1002023-06-30
business confidenceea.bizconfidence-0.39-0.51-24-270DownDown152024-05-31
capacity utilizationea.caputilization79.279.6-12DownUP602024-03-31
capital flowsea.capitalflows11.941.3818497DownUP972024-02-29
car registrationsea.carregistrations765292774714-1105054UPUP982024-03-31
central bank balance sheetea.cb.assets65416306560660-0-4DownDown302024-07-31
Composite PMIea.comppmi52.251.715UPUP782024-06-30
construction pmiea.constrpmi42.941.92-4DownDown532024-05-31
consumer confidenceea.consconfidence-14.3-14.7-3-18UPUP392024-05-31
consumer confidence price trendsea.consconfidence.trends12.511.684UPUP652024-05-31
consumer price index cpiea.cpi126.31126.0402UPUP432024-06-30
core inflation rateea.coreinflationrate2.92.77-47DownDown152024-06-30
current accountea.currentaccount34.444.5-23530UPUP1002024-04-30
current account to gdpea.currentaccountgdp1.9-0.5-48090DownUP02024-01-31
deposit interest rateea.depositrate3.753.570UPUP02023-07-27
exportsea.exports247580245256114UPUP762024-04-30
external debtea.externaldebt1574950016078300-22DownUP42024-03-31
foreign exchange reservesea.fxreserves87.0187.4-03UPUP362024-01-31
gdpea.gdp14136.214686-44UPUP02023-12-31
Real GDPea.realgdp2959.72950.0904UPUP592024-09-30
gdp growthea.gdpgrowth0.300-86UPDown352024-09-30
gdp growth annualea.gdpgrowthan0.40.1300-97DownDown382024-06-30
gold reservesea.goldres506.52504.7700UPUP572023-03-31
government budgetea.govbudget-3.6-5.3-32-42DownUP02022-01-31
government debtea.govdebt1273240012268200448UPUP02023-12-31
government debt to gdpea.govdebtgdp88.690.8-21DownUP02023-01-31
housing indexea.housingindex142.11143.11-112UPUP612023-12-31
importsea.imports23254022155352UPUP572024-04-30
industrial productionea.indproduction-3-1.2150-1100UPDown02024-04-30
industrial production momea.indproductionmm-0.10.5-120-111UPDown02024-04-30
inflation cpiea.inflationcpi2.62.48-53DownDown452024-06-30
interbank rateea.interbankrate3.7993.78102UPUP452023-08-14
interest rateea.interestrate4.2546750UPUP02023-07-27
lending rateea.lendingrate4.54.506UPUP792023-08-15
loan growthea.loangrowth0.20.20-92DownDown42024-04-30
loans to private sectorea.loanprivate0.30.4-25-100DownDown22024-04-30
long term unemployment rateea.ltunemploymentrate2.32.30-34DownDown82022-03-31
Manufacturing PMIea.manpmi47.345.749UPUP752024-06-30
money supply m1ea.msm11024370010244800-0-7DownDown172024-03-31
money supply m2ea.msm215140200151027000-0UPDown162024-03-31
money supply m3ea.msm31.30.944-100DownDown22024-04-30
Producer Price Indexea.producerprices123.3124.5-1-6DownDown232024-04-30
Produce Prices YoYea.producerpricesch-5.7-7.8-27-480UPDown152024-04-30
retail sales MoMea.retailsales-0.50.7-171400DownDown02024-04-30
retail salesea.retailsalesan00.7-100-100UPUP472024-04-30
services pmiea.servpmi53.253.3-02UPUP722024-06-30
unemployment rateea.unemploymentrate6.46.5-2-2DownDown722024-04-30
youth unemployment rateea.ytunemploymentrate14.114.4-21DownUP672024-03-31
zew economic sentiment indexea.zewsentiment51.3479-613UPUP72024-06-30
zew economic current indexea.zewcurrent45.247.2-4.24-13.08-100.0-100.002019-07-31
Construction Confidenceea.esi.constr-4.8-5.5-1300-27800DownDown13002024-01-22
Consumer Confidenceea.esi.cons-16.9-17.8-500-2900UPUP25002024-01-22
Industrial Confidenceea.esi.man-9.5-9.230057900DownDown92002024-01-22
Retail Confidenceea.esi.ret-7-7.4-5002300DownDown80002024-01-22
Services Confidenceea.esi.serv4.94.67002300DownUP95002024-01-22
ESI - Economic Compositeea.esi.conf95.396.4-1-8DownDown332023-06-30