Credit contraction decelerates to 0.9 pct in April, net additions climb to 659 mln
Deposit flow turns negative again in April with outflows of 139 mln
Greek SMEs struggle most for finance versus eurozone peers
Apartment prices decrease at a sharper pace by 1.8 pct in Q1
Budget primary surplus of 1.73 bln outperforms target, tax revenues fall short in April
Travel receipts drop by 7.8 pct in March, higher fall in payments leads to soaring balance
Sharper drop for retail sales in July points to lingering recession
Retail sales continued heading south for yet another month with the contraction rate accelerating to 14.2 percent in July from a revised 7.7 percent in June, according to Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT). A similar drop (14.0 percent) was also evident in retail volumes.
The picture remains rather mixed in the various sectors with some segments such as furniture, electrical and household equipment, pharmaceutical products and cosmetics and department stores still deep in the red and exhibiting a double digit (18-26 perc...
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