The eurozone posted a €3.6 billion surplus in trade in goods with other parts of the world in October 2021 compared with a surplus of €29.8 billion reported in the same period last year. Euro Stoxx 50 up +1.88%, EUR USD +0.46%
- The eurozone exports of goods to other parts of the world in October increased by 7.3% to € 214.0 billion from €199.4 billion in October 2020.
- Imports from the rest of the world to the 19-country trading bloc stood at €210.4 billion, an increase of 24.1% from the same period 2020.
- From January to October 2021, eurozone exports of goods to other parts of the world increased by 13.9% to €1,989.6 billion compared with the same period last year as imports increased by 18.4%.
- In the EU, exports of goods in October increased by 6.4% to €190.7 billion compared with €179.2 billion in the same period last year.
- The EU posted a €4.2 billion deficit in trade in goods with other countries across the world in October compared to a surplus of €28.2 billion in October last year.