The net private sector deposits in the Greek banking system contracted strongly in October, with a 2.14-billion-euro outflow, after an upward movement of 2.23 billion euros in September, based on the latest Bank of Greece (BoG) figures released on Tuesday.
Building permits posted the second negative reading of the year in August, falling by 4 percent year-on-year (YoY), after a rise of 7.5 percent in July, according to the data released by the Hellenic Statistical Agency (ELSTAT) on Tuesday.
The budget primary balance in October was confirmed at a surplus of over 6 billion euros, compared to a deficit of 350 million euros in the same month of 2022, according to the final Finance Ministry (MoF) budget execution data released on Monday.
The growth in the nominal value of apartments in Greece stayed strong in Q3 2023, increasing by 11.9 percent year-on-year (YoY) from an upwards revised 14.5 percent in Q2 2023, Bank of Greece (BoG) data released on Thursday showed.
Greece’s travel balance recorded a surplus of 3.03 billion euros in September, from 4.11 billion euros in August, according to Bank of Greece (BoG) data released on Tuesday.
The Finance Ministry submitted to Parliament the final budget for 2024, which sees growth picking up next year and a sizable primary surplus in line with the country’s fiscal commitments that support debt sustainability.
Greece’s industrial turnover remained in contraction in September, dropping by 5.1 percent year-on-year (YoY), from a 6.4 percent decrease in August, according to data released by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) on Monday.
Greece’s current account recorded a deficit of 404.3 million euros in September, from a surplus of 497.7 million euros in August, Bank of Greece (BoG) data showed on Monday.
Greece’s central government debt recorded a drop of almost 2 billion euros to 402.88 billion euros in Q3 2023, the Finance Ministry's (MoF) debt bulletin showed on Friday.
The European Commission published on Wednesday the latest forecasts for autumn, which are unchanged for this year and improved for next year, compared to the previous estimates in spring.