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32 matches for "Final inflation":
In one line: French core inflation is rebounding.
In one line: French core inflation is now back to its previous trend; further upside?
In one line: Very soft, but services inflation should rebound soon.
In one line: Rising food inflation offset plunge in energy inflation; core stable.
EZ core inflation is sticky, and probably rising.
In one line: Core firmer in both countries, but they're probably now stabilising.
In one line: All over the place.
In one line: Driven higher by energy inflation; the core rate eased.
In one line: Hit by lower inflation in energy and clothing.
In one line: Old news, but spectacular details all the same.
In one line: Energy inflation rose, but the core rate dipped.
In one line: Soaring, but stabilisation beckons in Q1.
In one line: Evidence of a relatively stick core rate is rising.
In one line: Don't extrapolate low EZ inflation; both the headline and core will rise into year-end.
In one line: German (HICP) core inflation is rising.
In one line: Hit by slower inflation in energy and food; the core rate rose, but the details were soft.
In one line: Back on disinflation watch.
In one line: The EZ will soon be in deflation, temporarily.
In one line: Energy inflation is back above zero; the core rate likely will ease a bit further in Q1.
In one line: Deflation in manufactured goods is still a big drag.
In one line: Falling, rapidly.
In one line: Core inflation remains subdued, but it will rise soon.
In one line: Hit by lower energy and services inflation.
In one line: Leisure services are throwing the core rate around.
In one line: The HICP core rate appears to be returning to its trend of about 1.5%
In one line: Boosted by sharp rebound in services inflation.
Final inflation for February in the Eurozone likely will be confirmed today at -0.3% year-over-year, up from -0.6% in January. This bounce was mainly driven by a reduced drag from falling oil and food prices, but it is too early to call a trough in headline inflation.
Barring a disaster, the four-year cyclical upturn in the euro area will continue in the coming quarters. Inflation is a lagging indicator and therefore should rise, and investors should be adjusting their mindset to higher interest rates. But the reality today looks very different. Final inflation data confirmed that the Eurozone inflation slipped to -0.2% year-over-year in February, from 0.2% in January.
Final inflation data yesterday confirmed Eurozone inflation pressures are still low. Inflation rose to 0.2% year-over-year in December from 0.1% in November, lifted by easing deflation in energy prices. Base effects likely will lift energy price inflation in January and February, but the year-over-year rate will dip in Q2, if the oil price remains depressed. Food inflation fell in December due to a decline in unprocessed food prices, and we see further downside in Q1. Core inflation was unchanged, with the key surprise that services inflation fell to 1.1% from 1.2% in November. We think this dip will be temporary, however, and our first chart shows that risks to services inflation are tilted to the upside.
Yesterday's final inflation data in France for September were misleadingly soft.
Final inflation in the Eurozone was confirmed at 0.0% year-over-year in April, up slightly from -0.1% in March. The recovery since the trough in January has been driven mostly by a reduced drag from lower energy prices, a trend which should continue in the second quarter.
Chief Eurozone Economist Claus Vistesen on Eurozone Inflaiton
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