By Tuba Sahin
ANKARA (AA) – The eurozone current account surplus grew to €17 billion (some $18.3 billion) in January, the European Central Bank announced on Wednesday.
The figure was up from €13 billion in December 2022, according to the bank data.
The 12-month rolling deficit reached €98 billion (0.7% of eurozone's gross domestic product) in January, versus a surplus of €252 billion (2.0%) a year ago.
In January, surpluses were posted by services (€14 billion), goods (€11 billion), and primary income (€1 billion).