Japan's trade surplus sinks to ¥4.94B in March

Monday, 20. April 2020 01:54

Japan's total, non-adjusted trade surplus annually plunged by 99% to reach just ¥4.94 billion (~$45.85 million) in March, the country's Finance Ministry reported on Monday. The figure significantly failed to meet the estimations.

The country's exports yearly declined by 11.7% to reach ¥6.36 trillion (~$59.03 billion), also missing the estimates. On the other hand, imports fell 5% to reach ¥6.35 trillion (~$58.94 billion) for the same period.

The dollar gained 0.20% compared to the yen, changing hands for ¥107.7555 at 2:07 am CET.

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