The economic climate in Greece showed signs of decline in June, down to 102.5 points from 104.2 in May and 103.6 points in April, according to the Foundation for Economic & Industrial Research (IOBE).
According to the IOBE, performance in retail trade was impacted by a decline in household consumption due to pressures on disposable income by additional taxation in 2018.
Expectations in construction, meanwhile, were impacted by new property values which halted private works.
In relevant news, the manufacturing sector in the eurozone also showed signs of deceleration for the sixth consecutive month in June, amid growing concerns over trade barriers and the impact on economic activity.
At the same time, unemployment in member states also fell in May, with the jobless rate down to 8.4 percent marking a nine-year low down from 8.5 percent a month before, Eurostat said on Monday.
Greece recorded the highest unemployment rate at 20.1 percent in March (the latest available figure) among the 19 eurozone countries while Germany marked the lowest jobless rate in May at 3.4 percent, according to Eurostat.