Consumer confidence takes 10-point dive in September

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: EC, Sentiment
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Greece’s economic sentiment (ESI) recorded a drop of almost 3 points in September to 108 points, after a 0.7-point increase in August, according to European Commission figures released on Thursday.

Sentiment had been improving in nine of the last 10 months, essentially since October last year, and is now at the highest since early 2022. It is not far off the recent high of more than 114 points seen in February 2022.

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