Economic sentiment, consumer confidence down for third straight month in May

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Sentiment

Greece’s economic sentiment (ESI) continued heading south for the third successive month in May, when it fell by 1.3 points to 91.4 in May from 92.7 in April, according to the European Commission.

Consumer confidence also declined for the third straight month by 3.1 points to -43.6 in May from -40.5 in April.

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