Budget primary balance beats target by 4.64 bln in July on back of impressive tax performance
Import price rise slows to 32.8 pct in June, index posts first MoM drop since Nov
Vehicle sales record back-to-back annual drop of 2.7 pct in July
Growth of industrial production accelerates to 8.4 pct in June, highest rate for 2022
Unemployment rate drops to 12.1 pct in June, lowest since before first MoU
Inflation slows to 11.6 pct in July as housing and transport costs rise sharply
Retail sales up by 18.8 pct YoY in Apr, but monthly and volume data point to slowdown
The growth in Greece’s retail sales maintained a solid pace of 18.8 percent year-on-year (YoY) in April, from 20.2 percent in March, Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) data showed on Wednesday.
Greece’s second lockdown was introduced in November 2020 and ran into the new year in 2021, so the annual growth captures the base effect and a much-subdued retail season, even during the annual sales and leading up to Easter last year.
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