Greek producer prices decrease 3.2% in January

The Hellenic Statistical Authority released its producer price index (PPI) data on Monday. Greek producer prices decreased 3.2% in January.

Domestic market prices fell by 3.0% in January, while foreign market prices slid 4.1%.

On a yearly basis, Greek PPI plunged 7.3% in January, after a 7.8% drop in December.

Domestic market prices slid 6.3% year-on-year in January, while foreign market prices dropped 10.6%.

Energy prices plunged 16.5% year-on-year in January, while non-durable consumer goods industrial prices were up 0.7%.

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