According to Greece's statistics agency, retail sales in October fell by 0.9% in constant prices year-on-year. Although growth was negative, it was the slowest decline for a single month since the downward retail sales trend began in Q1 2010. Indeed, the latest figures suggest good growth in automotive fuel (7.2%) and strong sales of clothing and footwear (16.9%). Conversely, however, supermarkets and department stores recorded falls of 3.6% and 5.8% respectively.
Source : Cushman & Wakefield