PMI remains in growth territory in Nov amid supply disruptions and inflation
Retail sales rise by 13 pct in Sep as fuel has notable impact
Employment balance turns negative by 70,048 in Oct as tourism season ends
Economic sentiment back up to pre-pandemic levels, reaching 113.4 pts in Nov
Credit growth stable at 0.9 pct in Oct, led by lending to corporates
Deposits growth slows to just 11 mln in Oct
Budget primary surplus of 1.19 bln in Jan markedly better than target
Greece’s budget primary surplus rose to 1.19 billion euros in January from 443 million last year, the Finance Ministry (MoF) preliminary budget bulletin displayed on Monday.
The marked improvement primarily reflects a sharp increase in the Public Investment Budget (PIB) surplus to 430 million (from just 52 million last year), coupled with a rise in revenues (before tax refunds) and lower primary expenditure.
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