FRANKFURT, July 20 (Reuters) - The current account surplus of the 19 countries sharing the euro narrowed to 7.95 billion euros in May from 14.27 billion euros in April on a big outflow of secondary income, which includes transfers between residents and non-residents, ECB data showed on Monday.
In the 12 months to May, the bloc's current account surplus fell to 2.2% of GDP from 2.7% in the preceding year, mostly on a big drop in the surplus on the trade of goods and services.
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(Reporting by Balazs Koranyi Editing by Francesco Canepa)
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