The euro zone registered a wider-than-expected trade deficit in August as exports fell more rapidly than imports. The EU’s statistics bureau Eurostat said Friday the 16 countries that use the euro had a combined deficit in their trade in goods with the rest of the word of €4.3 billion ($6.05 billion), having had a surplus of €6.2 billion in July. – WSJ
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