This week we got balance of payments data for May, which showed the current account deficit continue to widen compared with last year.
And now for something completely different: fragments of economic history
Greek consumers saw some price growth in June
Six years ago this weekend, Greece had a bank run
The value of Greece's intermediate goods imports jumped 62 percent in April
A gap is emerging between Greece's national and EU-harmonized inflation indices
Greece's Q1 GDP data suggests growth this year could be stronger than expected
The government should be careful not to cut support for the economy too soon
The supply chain choke is starting to put pressure on Greece's current account
Consumer prices are still falling in Greece
New bank lending to SMEs has been modest when there's no government support
Who needs data anyway, when you can have anecdotes?