Travel balance to July soars by 19 pct, reaching almost 9 bln
Agriculture output prices jump 28.7 pct YoY in Jul, despite input costs falling
Industrial turnover drops by 10.2 pct in Jul, driven by foreign markets and manufacturing
Current account deficit shrinks to 7 bln in 7 months as energy and imports ease
Loans managed by servicers broadly stable in Q2 at 71.16 bln
Tax revenues continue to outperform in Aug, as ministry explains frugal approach
Manufacturing remains in contraction for Oct as business optimism falls to lowest since May 2020
Greece’s Manufacturing PMI resumed its slide in October, falling by 1.6 points to 48.1, from 49.7 points in September, according to S&P Global data released on Tuesday.
October’s PMI is the fourth consecutive decline in the state of the Greek manufacturing sector, and S&P Global notes this is now also reflected in the firms’ output expectations for the year ahead, with optimism dropping to a two-and-half-year low.
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