Credit growth slows in Feb, loans balance stable at 113.35 bln
Feb sees back-to-back drops in deposits, landing 6 bln off recent high
Budget primary surplus of 4.2 bln in Feb beats target on back of higher VAT, income taxes
Strong start for travel receipts in Jan, rising by 72 pct YoY to 224.2 mln
Industrial turnover rises 17.7 pct YoY in Jan, but falls sharply MoM at home and abroad
Wages record back-to-back growth of 7.1 pct in Q4 2022
Sharp drop in gg primary surplus by end-April, arrears keep rising
The general government (gg) primary cash surplus narrowed by more than 59 percent to 651 million euros in the 4-month period of 2015 from 1.6 billion in the corresponding period last year, according the gg bulletin published by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) on Friday.
The breakdown of the four key gg entities continued to display mixed trends for this year.
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