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The European Central Bank (ECB) released its current account on Thursday. Eurozone's current account surplus declined to a seasonally adjusted €25.5 billion in December from €26.9 billion in November. November's figure was revised up from a surplus of €26.4 billion.
The trade surplus fell to €26.5 billion in December from €27.5 billion in November.
The surplus on services decreased to €4.6 billion in December from €6.0 billion in November.
The primary income surplus climbed to €5.5 billion in December from €4.5 billion in November, while the secondary income deficit rose to €11.2 billion from €11.0 billion.
Eurozone's unadjusted current account surplus rose to €41.4 billion in December from €30.3 billion in November. November's figure was revised up from a surplus of €29.8 billion.
In 2015 as whole, current account surplus €314.0 billion or 3% of GDP.
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