Japan's merchandise trade balance showed a surplus by 70.7 billion yen in June, compared with a previous drop -853.7 billion yen in May that revised to -855.8 billion yen, while the analyst's expectations referred to -149.0 billion yen.

Japan's adjusted merchandise trade balance inclined to -191.2 billion yen during June, comparing with a prior reading -474.6 billion yen a month earlier, which was revised to -450.0 billion yen, and the actual reading came better than analyst's expectations that predicted of -250.4 billion yen.

Japan's merchandise trade exports (YoY) improved to -1.6% in June from -10.6%, where the expectations estimate of -4.1%. Further the Japan's merchandise trade imports (YoY) slid to 9.8% during June, from 12.3% last year, whereas the anticipations referred to 11.0%.