Economic sentiment drops sharply in Apr, consumer confidence hits lowest since 2017

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: EC, Sentiment
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Greece’s economic sentiment (ESI) dropped sharply by 7.1 points to 105 points in April, following a 1.9-point decline in March, according to European Commission figures released on Monday.

Economic sentiment has been on the mend for a while, having recovered all the deterioration suffered during the pandemic. The value of 114.1 reported in January this year was the highest of the series, but sentiment has been sliding since then.

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