Hungary had a current account surplus of €738m in the second quarter, the National Bank of Hungary (MNB) said on Friday in its quarterly balance of payments report.
The figure was up from a surplus of €385m in Q1. The MNB revised the Q1 surplus from €787m in the previous balance of payments report.
Seasonally-adjusted data show the Q2 surplus at €606m, up from €506m in Q1.
Hungary's net external financing capacity came to €1.070bn in Q2. Adjusted for seasonal effects, the external financing capacity -- the combined surplus on the country's current and capital accounts -- was 3.3% of GDP.
The seasonally-adjusted data show the surplus of goods and services continued to grow in 2011, but at a slower pace than in previous quarters. In Q2, the surplus on goods and services continued to exceed the income account deficit, but seasonally-adjusted export revenue and import expenditures fell from the previous quarter, the MNB said.