- Adjusted for exchange rate movements, external liabilities rose by $79.5 billion during 2018 Q1. This increase was largely accounted for by Developed Countries, with the largest rises to Germany and the United States.
- Adjusted for exchange rate movements, external claims rose by $136.1 billion. The largest increase in claims was on Developed Countries, predominantly accounted for by a rise in claims on Japan and the United States.
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Next release date: 7 September 2018