The median current account estimation of economists for November was 3 billion 825 million dollars, and the average estimation was 3 billion 490 million dollars.
According to the survey conducted by ForeksHaber with 15 economists, the highest expectation in the current account estimation for November was 1 billion 400 million dollars deficit, while the lowest expectation was 5 billion 200 million dollars deficit.
The current account data, which is expected to be announced in the direction of a deficit of 1.63 billion dollars in October, was announced as a deficit of 359 million dollars.
The median current account expectation for 2022 was 48 billion dollars, and the average deficit was 47 billion 168 million dollars. The highest and lowest estimates were respectively 41 billion 800 million dollars deficit and 49 billion 400 million dollars deficit. In the ForeksHaber survey last month, the median year-end estimate was 49 billion 700 million dollars, and the highest and lowest expectations were 45 and 52 billion 200 million dollars billion dollars deficit.
The median estimation of 13 economists participating in the 2023 payments expectation was 33 billion dollars, and the average estimation was 34 billion 677 million dollars. In the survey, the economist with the highest forecast predicted a deficit of 43 billion dollars, while the economist with the lowest forecast predicted a deficit of 27 billion 500 million dollars. In the previous survey period, the median estimate for 2023 was $38 billion.
Current account data for November will be announced by the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) on Wednesday, January 11 at 10:00 am.
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