Economic sentiment rebounds in September after six-month drop

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Sentiment

After dropping in the preceding six months, Greece’s economic sentiment (ESI) strongly rebounded in September, when it rose by 7.9 points to 83.1 from 75.2 in August, European Commission (EC) figures showed on Tuesday.

Following a nosedive by 11.9 points in August, consumer confidence slightly improved by 0.6 points to -64.2 in September. This was the first positive change since February, when consumer confidence soared by 18.7 points. Overall, the consumer indicator ...

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