The Japanese economy released today data on both the total and adjusted Merchandise trade balance during the month of November, where the actual reading of the total Merchandise trade balance came at162.8 billion yen, compared to the previous reading of 821.9 billion yen revised to 821.3 billion yen, while forecasts were referring to a value of 481.7 billion yen.

As for the adjusted Merchandise trade balance the actual reading showed a value of 425.7 billion yen, compared to the previous reading of 578.5 billion yen revised to 575.7 billion yen, where as expectations were referring to a value of 626.3 billion yen.

Furthermore, the Japan's merchandise trade exports (YoY) came at 9.1 during the month of November, where the actual reading came better than the pervious reading 7.8, while the expectations estimated of 10.3. Also the Japan's merchandise trade imports (YoY) recorded 14.2 in November, compared with a prior reading 8.7, whereas the anticipations referred to 9.0.