Economic sentiment slips to 89.7 in May, consumer confidence rebounds to -71.9

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Sentiment

Greece’s economic sentiment (ESI) fell by 0.6 points in May after increasing in the preceding two months, European Commission (EC) data showed on Monday.

The ESI has hovered around the 90-point mark over the last three months. The May headline figure of 89.7 is the lowest reading since February, when ESI also fell below the 90-point mark.

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