Economic sentiment slides by 3 pts in July to lowest in over a year, construction mood sours

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: EC, Sentiment
Photo by Pavlos Svoronos/Fosphotos
Photo by Pavlos Svoronos/Fosphotos

Greece’s economic sentiment (ESI) declined further by 3 points to 101.1 in July, after dropping by 3.7 points in June, according to European Commission figures released on Thursday.

Economic sentiment had been on the mend for a while, having recovered from the decline during the pandemic. The values of 114.4 reported in January and February this year were the highest of the series, but sentiment had been sliding since, having lost ...

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