Current Account in Kosovo
Kosovo - Current AccountEconomic growth in Q4 2018 was robust, and picked up from Q3. The acceleration was mainly driven by a rebound in government spending and exports, which more than offset notably softer growth in investment and household consumption. Moving to Q1 2019, the external sector appeared to soften, with merchandise export growth averaging lower than in the quarter prior amid a synchronized slowdown in the Eurozone. In politics, on 29 April the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia met at a summit to resolve the ongoing political spat. While dialogue between the two nations has now resumed, a definitive deal is unlikely any time soon, which is essential for EU accession for both parties.
Kosovo - Current Account Data
|Current Account (% of GDP)||-6.5||-7.4||-9.0||-||-|
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Kosovo Current Account Chart
Source: World Bank
|Bond Yield||5.51||0.0 %||Mar 31|
|Exchange Rate||1.12||0.65 %||May 13|
|Stock Market||0.2||0.0 %||Nov 26|
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