The Bank of Greece released its current account data on Tuesday. Greece's current account deficit narrowed to €0.74 billion in January from €0.78 billion in December.
The Greek deficit on trade in goods declined to €1.14 billion in January from €1.43 billion in January last year, while the services surplus fell to €230 million from €448 million.
The primary income surplus decreased to €173 million in January from €624 million in January last year, while the surplus on secondary income turned into a deficit of €7 million from a surplus of €80 million last year.
The capital account surplus climbed to €388.1 million in January from €50.4 million last year.