Goods exports from the eurozone countries to the rest of the world increased by 4.1 percent in October compared to a year earlier. A total of € 217.9 billion was exported in that month. The European statistical office Eurostat reported this on the basis of a provisional estimate.
Imports from the nineteen euro countries fell by 3.2 percent on an annual basis to a value of 189.9 billion euros. This resulted in a trade surplus of 28 billion euros, compared to a surplus of 13.2 billion euros a year earlier.