(Bloomberg) -- German exports unexpectedly declined in September, a weak end to a quarter that could see the economy stagnate for the first time in more than three years.
Exports fell 0.8 percent from August, missing forecasts for a 0.4 percent jump. Imports slipped 0.4 percent, and the trade surplus widened to 18.4 billion euros, the most since June, the statistics office said on Thursday.
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