Unemployment steady at 11.6 pct in Dec, employed rise by almost 80,000 YoY
Manufacturing remains in contraction at start of 2023, but at slowest rate since Oct
Retail sales rise by 12.3 pct YoY in Nov, but volumes barely move
Close of 2022 sees softer labour market, with 60,235 fewer jobs
Growth in producer prices slows to 16.5 pct in Dec as energy rise moderates
Loans grow by 6.3 pct in Dec, highest since 2009
Greek CPI falls by 2.1 pct in May, same as April
The rate of drop in the Greek consumer price index (CPI) was unchanged in May, when it remained at 2.1 percent for the second consecutive month, according to the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT).
Greece’s CPI has been negative since March 2013, with the highest deflationary readings posted in November 2013 (-2.9 percent) and January 2015 (-2.8 percent).
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