RTTNews - Denmark's seasonally adjusted exports rose 0.7% month-on-month in June after falling 2.6% in May, the Statistics Denmark said Monday. On the other hand, imports dropped 0.1% following a decline of 1% in the previous month.

The trade balance in June was a surplus of DKK 2.6 billion, down from DKK 3.2 billion in May. On an unadjusted basis, the trade balance was a surplus of DKK 3.3 billion, unchanged from May.

Compared to the previous year, exports were down 19.4% and imports plunged 22.3% in June.

Separately, the statistical office said Denmark's current account surplus narrowed to DKK 3.4 billion in June from DKK 5.4 billion in May. A year ago, there was a surplus of DKK 5 billion in June.

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