France - Current Account Balance





France: Current Account Balance

Mnemonic TAB.IFRA
Unit Mil. EUR, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 17.76 %
Data Feb 2020 -5,062
Jan 2020 -6,155

Series Information

Source Bank of France
Release Balance of Payments (Monthly)
Frequency Monthly
Start Date 1/31/2008
End Date 2/29/2020

France: Trade

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Balance of Goods Feb 2020 -5,224 -5,974 Mil. EUR, SA Monthly
Current Account Balance Feb 2020 -5,062 -6,155 Mil. EUR, NSA Monthly
Exports of Goods Feb 2020 42,359 40,311 Mil. EUR, SA Monthly
Imports of Goods Feb 2020 47,583 46,286 Mil. EUR, SA Monthly
Exports of Goods and Services 2019 Q4 189,776 189,116 Mil. EUR, WDASA Quarterly
Imports of Goods and Services 2019 Q4 192,926 193,347 Mil. EUR, WDASA Quarterly
Net Exports 2019 Q4 -3,149 -4,231 Mil. EUR, WDASA Quarterly
Real Exports of Goods and Services 2019 Q4 185,833 185,758 Mil. Ch. 2014 EUR, WDASA Quarterly
Real Imports of Goods and Services 2019 Q4 194,016 194,762 Mil. Ch. 2014 EUR, WDASA Quarterly
Real Net Exports 2019 Q4 -8,183 -9,004 Mil. Ch. 2014 EUR, WDASA Quarterly

Release Information

The Bank of France reports monthly data on the country's balance of payments. The data set includes the current account, capital account, and financial account. Figures are in millions of Euros (Mil. EUR) and are not seasonally adjusted (NSA). 

The balance of payments is a statistical document, presented under the rules of double entry bookkeeping, which collects and orders all transactions economics and financial economics one - one country or economic zone - with the rest of the world during a given period. Despite its name, the balance of payments no longer attempt to report the payments, but transactions between residents and nonresidents. It is a balanced account, each transaction with a non-resident with financial compensation, a change of assets or liabilities vis-a-vis non-residents. In the simplest case, an export or transfer of tigers by giving residents naussance in return has increased their liquid assets (eg, residents' deposits with nonresident banks) or disengagements (eg reimbursement Advance previously obtained from non-resident banks).

Data is subject to revisions.

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