Output and new orders drop to lowest since Mar 2021, forcing PMI down by 2.7 pts

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Greece’s Manufacturing PMI dropped by 2.7 points in June to 51.1 points, according to S&P Global data released on Friday.

June’s PMI captured only a marginal improvement in the operating conditions of the Greek manufacturing sector and the slowest in the current sequence of expansion that started in February 2021, a 16-month run.

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