Greek economic sentiment for May at highest point since August 2008

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Sentiment

Greece’s economic sentiment improved by 3.7 points to 99.1 in May, after falling by 2.1 points in April, according to the European Commission (EC).

The headline figure reached a low of 74.8 points in March 2009, and hovered between 75 – 90 points until June 2012 when the last general elections were held. Since then, economic sentiment has been following an upward trend, rising by more than 20 point...

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