Primary cash surplus at 6.4 bln in year to date, expenditure rises during May
Turnover in services sector shows deteriorations in Q1 2018
Budget primary surplus at 1.54 bln in May on revenue rise, sharp investment underspend
Unemployment rate stable at 21.2 pct in Q1
Wages index rises by 2 pct in Q1 and 4.9 pct YoY
Fall in apartment prices decelerates to 0.2 pct in Q1 for slowest contraction on record
Greek corporate lending rates up to 250 bps higher than eurozone average
Greek households’ new time deposit rate fell by 10 basis points (bps) to 0.91 percent in February after remaining broadly stable in the preceding two months, Bank of Greece (BoG) figures showed on Monday.
The headline figure for February indicates a new low historical reading since Greece’s accession to the eurozone in 2002. It also points to a cumulative drop by 90 bps since last June when capital controls were imposed.
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