Japan's current account total increased to 990.2 billion yen during the month of July, compared with a previous reading 526.9 billion yen in June, while the actual reading came lower than anticipations that estimated of 1175.8 billion yen.

Japanese adjusted current account (JUL) slid to 752.5 billion yen, from 922.8 billion yen a month earlier, where the expectations referred to 990.8 billion yen.

Moreover, Japanese trade balance surplus recorded a surplus 123.3 billion yen during July, comparing with a previous surplus 131.5 billion yen in June, and the market's forecasts predicted of 149.1 billion yen.