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Eurozone trade surplus widens in August

The eurozone's seasonally adjusted trade surplus widened to €20.3 billion in August from €17.5 billion in July, Eurostat data showed.

Exports increased 0.4% month over month to €194.8 billion in August, while imports fell 1.2% to €174.5 billion.

Non-seasonally adjusted trade surplus in the eight months to August came in at €139.0 billion, compared with €132.0 billion in the year-ago period. Exports grew 3.0% year over year to €1.547 trillion, while imports rose 2.7% to €1.408 trillion.