Turkey's current account balance posted a deficit of $2.8 billion in December 2019, the Turkish Central Bank announced on Feb. 14.
Official data showed that the figure widened by $1.7 billion from same month the previous year.
The country's 12-month rolling surplus totaled $1.67 billion, the bank said.
Turkey's current account balance is projected to post a $1.2 billion surplus in 2019, an Anadolu Agency survey found on Feb. 12.
The central bank is set on Feb. 14 to announce the current account balance for 2019 and estimates from a group of 12 economists range between $800 million and $1.7 billion.
Greece's current account balance showed a slightly smaller surplus in July compared to the same month last year, as imports outpaced exports, the Bank of Greece said on Friday.
Central bank data showed the surplus at 1.28 billion euros ($1.41 billion) compared to a surplus of 1.31 billion euros in July 2018.