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
CPI drops by 0.9 pct in August
Τhe Greek Consumer Price Index (CPI) fell at a slightly slower pace of 0.9 percent in August, after dropping by 1 percent in July, Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) data displayed on Friday.
In contrast, the harmonised index of consumer prices (HICP) edged up for the third straight month by 0.4 percent in August from 0.2 percent in July. Along with the December 2015 figure, the August HICP indicates the highest reading since October 2012.
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