Retail sales rise by 12.3 pct YoY in Nov, but volumes barely move
Close of 2022 sees softer labour market, with 60,235 fewer jobs
Growth in producer prices slows to 16.5 pct in Dec as energy rise moderates
Loans grow by 6.3 pct in Dec, highest since 2009
Deposits record growth of 5 bln in Dec, balance at highest since summer 2011
Building permits rise by 8.2 pct in Oct, but surface and volume fall sharply
Greece takes next steps, including bond swap, to enhance debt profile over coming years
This week started with two developments that intend to further smooth out Greece’s debt obligations in the coming years.
The Greek authorities have for some time been trying to convince the institutions that the balance of Greece’s obligations to the IMF should be cleared and that Athens should also prepay some of the GLF instalments, from the bilateral loans of the first...
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