Economic sentiment slides by 0.4 pts again in Dec, consumer confidence improves

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: EC, Sentiment
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Greece’s economic sentiment (ESI) experienced another marginal drop of 0.4 points in December, the same decline as in the previous month, falling to 106 points overall, according to European Commission figures released on Monday.

Sentiment had been improving since October last year, but it has now recorded continued declines and is moving away from the 114 points seen in February 2022, the recent high.

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