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Belgium - Exchange Rate

Comprehensive national accounts revealed moderate, export-led growth in the third quarter, roughly in line with analysts’ expectations and matching the second quarter’s outturn. The external sector was lifted by sales and purchases of ships abroad. Meanwhile, domestic demand was flat. Household spending contracted amid higher inflation and rising unemployment, while fixed-capital spending was stable from a quarter earlier on a fall in business investment and deteriorating industrial metrics through the quarter. Moreover, available fourth-quarter data hints at similarly unremarkable growth through the remainder of the year. In the political arena, on 18 December, Prime Minister Charles Michel resigned after failing to secure parliamentary backing for his minority government. The political crisis erupted earlier in December over opposition to his signing of a UN-led migration pact, and could force elections previously set for next May.

Belgium - Exchange Rate Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
Exchange Rate (vs USD)1.38  1.21  1.09  1.05  1.20  

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Belgium Exchange Rate Chart

Belgium Exchange Rate
Note: euro (EUR) per U.S. dollar.
Source: Thomson Reuters.

Belgium Facts

Bond Yield0.690.15 %Jan 14
Exchange Rate1.150.65 %Jan 14
Stock Market3,395-0.23 %Jan 14

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