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Eurozone | 20 May 2019 What's to Blame for Stubbornly Low Core Inflation in the EZ
Friday's CPI data for April provided the final piece of evidence for the significant Easter distortions in this year's data.

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20 May 2019 What's to Blame for Stubbornly Low Core Inflation in the EZ

By Claus Vistesen

Friday's CPI data for April provided the final piece of evidence for the significant Easter distortions in this year's data.

Posted: 20th May 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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