segunda-feira, 06 de novembro, 2017

Brazil has record trade surplus for October, $ $5.201 bi, says Ministry

BRASILIA-Brazil had trade surplus of 5.201 billion dollars in October, best for the period since the inception of the series in 1989, in another record result driven by the strong advance of exports, the Ministry of industry, foreign trade and Services (MDIC) on Wednesday. Reuters research with analysts, the expectation was for a surplus of 5.251 billion dollars. This was the ninth consecutive month with all-time record for trade. Exports were discharged from 31,1% in October over the same month last year, the daily average, 18.877 billion dollars. Imports grew less, with 14,5% feed on the same basis of comparison, 13.676 billion dollars. In the ten months of the year, the trade balance surplus is 58.477 billion dollars, up 51,8% over the same period in 2016. Last month, the Ministry had already improved on note your estimate for the balance of the year to a surplus between 65 billion and 70 billion dollars, against a previous projection of more than 60 billion dollars, which would be a record for the country. HIGHLIGHTS exports in October were pulled by sales of basic products, with high 42,3% about a year earlier, with emphasis on iron ore (+ 68,9%, 2 billion dollars), crude oil (+ 5,9%, 1.2 billion dollars) , soybeans (+ 116,2%, the 940 million dollars) and shelled corn (+ 287,2%, 774 million dollars). But the other categories also delivered positive performance in the month. While sales of semimanufactured goods went up 26,2% before October 2016, the advanced manufacturing 21%. In the end, there was an increase in imports in the month on purchases of fuels and lubricants (+ 68,2%), capital goods (+ 18,7%) and intermediate goods (+ 7,9%).
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