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Eurozone | 22 July 2019 Will Mr. Draghi Set a New CPI Target for Ms. Largarde to Pursue
Speculation that the ECB is considering a rethink of its inflation target has intensified in the past few weeks.

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22 July 2019 Will Mr. Draghi Set a New CPI Target for Ms. Largarde to Pursue

By Claus Vistesen

Speculation that the ECB is considering a rethink of its inflation target has intensified in the past few weeks.

Posted: 22nd Jul 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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