P122 CEEFAX 122 Sat 29 Oct 22:02/01        TRADE DEFICIT FALLS sharply last month. Against all expectations, the deficit on visible trade dropped to £1.06bn from £1.81bn in August. As a result, the deficit on current account fell to £560m from £1.31bn. While imports edged up to £8,621m from £8,561m in August, exports surged to £7,561m from £6,748m. The Treasury warned that a purnaround in erratics was largely responsible. CITYNEWS Index 139 BidsDeals CityHeads LondonMkt BBC1 TV
P122 CEEFAX 122 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/01        TRADE DEFICIT FALLS Britain's trading position improved sharply last month. Against all expectations, the deficit on visible trade dropped to £1N06bn from £1.81bn in August. As a result, the deficit on current account fell to £560m from £1.31bn. While imports edged up to £8,621m from £8,561m in August, exports surged to £7,561m from £6,748m. The Treasury warned that a turnaround in erratics was largely responsible. CITYNEWS Index 139 BidsDeals CityHeads LondonMkt BBC1 TV
P122 CEEFAX 122 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/12        TRADE DEFICIT FALLS Britain's trading position improved sharply last month. Against all expectations, the deficit on visible trade dropped to £1.06bn from £1.81bn in August. As a result, the deficit on current account fell to £560m from £1.31bn. ghile imports edged up to £8,621m from £8,561m in August, exports surged to £7,561m from £6,748m. The Treasury warned that a turnaround in erratics was largely responsibleN BidsDeals CityHeads LondonMkt BBC1 TV
P122 CEEFAX 122 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/10        TRADE DEFICIT FAL B Brhpain's trading position improved sharply last month Against all expectations, the deficit on visible trade dropped to £1N06bn from £1 81bn in August. As a result, the ddficit on current account fell to £560m from £1.31bn G—ile im—Nrts edged up to £8,621m from £8,561m in August, exports surged to £7   T—e Treasury warned that a turnaround in erratics was largely responsible