Primary cash surplus at 19.54 bln in October on monthly and aggregate expenditure falls
Budget primary surplus at 6.46 bln in October on improved revenues and primary underspend
Eurosystem funding rises to 13.2 bln in October, banknotes up for third month
Building permits increase by 13.3 pct in August
Apartment prices up by 2.5 pct in Q3 as recovery trend continues
Car sales rise by 19.2 pct in October
Primary cash surplus more than doubles to 2.8 bln in first half of 2016
Greece’s central government primary cash surplus widened to 2.76 billion euros in the first half of 2016 from 1.3 billion a year ago, accoding to Bank of Greece (BoG) figures published on Friday.
The improvement recorded in the first half figures is mainly attributed to higher growth rate in revenues compared to that in expenditure.
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