Impact of uncertainty on economy starting to emerge in hard data

EconomyFeatures Tags: Cost of living, Energy, GDP
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The uncertainty of the Ukraine conflict, which is being felt primarily through the energy crisis and the swelling inflation wave, has been reflected for months in sentiment surveys and is now gradually filtering through in hard data, sending the first recessionary signals.

For more than a year, the Greek economy had been recovering from the impact of the Covid pandemic. Most indicators grew continuously since early 2021.

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