Economic sentiment fell to 81.3 in July for the sharpest historical monthly drop

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Sentiment

Greece’s economic sentiment (ESI) dropped for the fifth successive month at a marked accelerating pace by 9.4 points to 81.3 in July from 90.7 in June, according to the European Commission (EC).

The monthly change is the highest historic nosedive, while the June headline figure indicates the lowest reading since October 2012. The year to date evolution shows a significant drop by 17.8 points, whilst the current ESI reading is 22.9 points lower ...

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