Spain Current account balance in percent of GDP


The Current account balance in percent of GDP in Spain was reported at -5.06 percent of GDP in 2009, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). In 2015, Spain's Current account balance in percent of GDP is expected to be -4.98 percent of GDP. Current account is all transactions other than those in financial and capital items. The major classifications are goods and services; income and current transfers. The focus of the BOP is on transactions (between an economy and the rest of the world) in goods; services; and income. In 2009, Spain's economy share of world total GDP, adjusted by Purchasing Power Parity, was 1.96 percent. In 2015, Spain's share of world total GDP is forecasted to be 1.64 percent. This page includes a chart, historical data and forecast for Spain's Current account balance in percent of GDP.



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IMF Data Specifications


CountrySpain
Subject DescriptorCurrent account balance
Subject NotesCurrent account is all transactions other than those in financial and capital items. The major classifications are goods and services; income and current transfers. The focus of the BOP is on transactions (between an economy and the rest of the world) in goods; services; and income.
UnitsPercent of GDP
Scale 
Country/Series-specific NotesSee notes for: Gross domestic product; current prices (National currency) Current account balance (U.S. dollars).
Estimates Start After2009
TitleSpain Current account balance in percent of GDP
KeywordsSpain Current account balance in percent of GDP, Spain Current account balance in percent of GDP data,Spain Current account balance in percent of GDP chart,Spain Current account balance in percent of GDP historical data,Spain Current account balance in percent of GDP graph,Spain Current account balance in percent of GDP forecast.


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