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Eurozone | 11 May 2018 Use the Euro to Predict Eurozone Core Inflation at Your Peril
The Easter effect depressed services inflation more than markets expected in April, but the main downside surprise was the tepid rebound in non-energy goods inflation.

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11 May 2018 Use the Euro to Predict Eurozone Core Inflation at Your Peril

By Claus Vistesen

The Easter effect depressed services inflation more than markets expected in April, but the main downside surprise was the tepid rebound in non-energy goods inflation.

Posted: 10th May 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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