International Status

International Status

 United States    Date Change Subscribe
Current Account -81,117.0 Q4 2013 +15.82 %
Trade Balance -40,378.0 Mar 2014 +3.57 %
Treasury International Capital System 114,968.0 May 2015 +6.58 %
 Canada    Date Change Subscribe
Current Account -17,466.0 Q1 2015 -33.84 %
Trade Balance -3,340.0 May 2015 -11.63 %
 United Kingdom    Date Change Subscribe
Current Account -26.5 Q1 2015 +8.23 %
Trade Balance -0.4 May 2015 +78.57 %
 Euro Zone    Date Change Subscribe
Current Account 21,197.00 Dec 2013 -12.15 %
Trade Balance 13.70 Dec 2013 -14.47 %
 Switzerland    Date Change Subscribe
Current Account 14,059.4 Q4 2013 -39.20 %
Trade Balance 183.652 May 2015 +154.69 %
 Japan    Date Change Subscribe
Current Account -21,600.0 Q4 2013 -104.02 %
Trade Balance -70,491 Jun 2015 +68.04 %
 Australia    Date Change Subscribe
Current Account -10,741.0 Q1 2015 -4.90 %
Trade Balance -2,933 Jun 2015 -9.56 %
 New Zealand    Date Change Subscribe
Current Account 1,407.00 Q1 2014 +193.06 %
Trade Balance -908 Oct 2014 +33.58 %
Reports like Trade Balance and Current Account give a good overview of a country's volume of international trades and its import-export status. The Trade Balance measures the difference in value between imported and exported goods for the reporting period. A negative value indicates that more goods were imported than were exported (that is, a trade deficit). Conversely, a positive trade balance means that exports exceeded imports (a trade surplus). The Current Account is calculated as the total Trade Balance plus the net of income payments and unilateral transfers, and indicates the total inflow or outflow of all capital.