COPENHAGEN, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Denmark's current account
surplus grew to 14.2 billion Danish crowns ($25.42 billion) in
September from a revised 13.9 billion crowns in August, the
national statistics office said on Monday.
The seasonally adjusted trade surplus excluding ships
slimmed to 5.9 billion crowns in September from 8.4 billion in
August, Statistics Denmark said in a statement.
KEY FIGURES (billion of Danish crowns)
Sept 2013 Aug 2013
Current account 14.2 13.9**
Trade balance* 5.9 8.4
*Seasonally adjusted, excluding ships
** August current account surplus revised from 15.4
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($1 = 5.5872 Danish crowns)
(Reporting by Copenhagen newsroom)
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