Consumer confidence remains, for the third straight month, at the highest levels of the “Memorandum period”. The relevant index remained virtually unchanged relative to May. Citizens’ assessments of current economic conditions again improved slightly, while in contrast, optimism about the future – with regard to both personal financial situation and the economy in general – declined marginally.
Consumer confidence remains, for the second straight month, at the highest levels of the four-year period 2010-2014. The relevant index fell marginally, relative to April, mainly due to the deterioration in propensity to buy.
Published: Friday 23/5/2014, 22:30. Based on a telephone opinion survey, with a general population sample of 1,016 adults (18+) from across Greece. The survey was carried out: 21-23/5/2014.
Based on a telephone opinion survey, with a general population sample of 1,210 adults (18+) from across Greece. The survey was carried out: 19-22/5/2014. Published by: EFIMERIDA TON SYNTAKTON on 23/5/2014
Consumer sentiment in April reached its highest level of the “Memorandum period” after showing a rapid improvement relative to March. The relevant index climbed above 70 points, for the first time since August 2010.
Conducted by Public Issue S.A. on behalf of the NGO “Transparency International – Greece”, the national survey sheds light on the extent of corruption in the public and private sectors in Greece and records public attitudes toward the phenomenon. Download pdf
Consumer sentiment in March climbed to its highest levels of the past 3½ years. Following a new marginal improvement, the relevant index appears to be stabilizing at nearly 65 points, for the first time since the signing of the Memorandum (5/2010).
Consumer sentiment remains for the second straight month at its highest levels since the summer of 2010. Significantly more positive expectations regarding personal financial situation and a fall in unemployment are the main reasons for the improved consumer climate since the beginning of the year.