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Greek employers cautious over hiring plans in Q4, Manpower report‏

Greek employers are cautious over hiring plans in the period October-December 2015, a report by ManpowerGroup on employment outlook showed on Tuesday.

The survey, conducted on a sample of 750 employers, showed that a 5.0 pct of employers expected an increase in employment, an 18 pct expected a decline, a 51 pct said they did not expect any change

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Turnover in transport sector up in Q2‏

Turnover in most transport sectors rose in the second quarter of 2015, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Tuesday. The statistics service, in a report, said that land and pipeline transport turnover fell 5.4 pct in the second quarter, compared with the same period in 2014, in sea transport turnover grew 2.5 pct, in air transport turnover grew

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Greek-German trade up 5.4 pct in Q1

Germany ranked second among Greece’s trade partners with a market share of 9.69 pct of Greek exports in the first quarter of 2015, following Italy (with a market share of 14.40 pct), with Bulgaria (6.23 pct), Cyprus (5.55 pct) and the UK (5.30 pct) completing the top five, a report by the Economic and Commercial Affairs office of the Greek embassy

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Greek stocks end significantly up‏

Greek stocks continued moving higher in the Athens Stock Exchange amid a positive climate prevailing in other European markets on Tuesday. The composite index of the market rose 1.85 pct to end at 667.47 points, off the day’s highs of 680.41 points. Turnover conditions improved, rising to 40.756 million euros, with volume at 294,795,296. The Large

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Greek GDP up 1.6 pct in Q2, yr/yr‏

The Greek economy grew by 0.9 pct in the second quarter of 2015 compared with the first quarter and by 1.6 pct compared with the second quarter last year, Eurostat said on Tuesday.

In a report released here, the EU executive's statistics agency said that the GDP in Eurozone and the EU-28 grew by 0.4 pct in the second quarter -seasonally adjusted,

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Greek stocks end 1.35 pct higher‏

Greek stocks ended higher in the first trading session of the week in the Athens Stock Exchange with the composite index of the market rising above the 650-point level on Monday. The index ended 1.35 pct higher to 655.33 points, while turnover remained a low 17.042 million euros with volume at 102,074,134. The Large Cap index rose 1.12 pct and the

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Greek trade deficit down 63.1 pct in July‏

Greek trade deficit shrank by 63.1 pct in July as the imposition of capital controls significantly reduced imports (-32 pct) in the month, while the country’s trade deficit shrank by 19.5 pct in the January-July period, compared with the same period last year.

Hellenic Statistical Authority in a monthly report on the country’s merchandise trade r

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Greek stocks end slightly lower‏

Greek stocks ended slightly lower in the Athens Stock Exchange on Friday, following a negative climate which prevailed in other European markets. The composite index of the market fell 0.37 pct to end at 646.62 points, off the day’s lows of 642.13 points. The index ended the week with a net gain of 2.02 pct, but remained 21.73 pct lower so far t

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