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In one line: Staying the course; a sustained rise in volatility is needed to prevent hikes in Q2.
In one line: Rising inflation in food and core prices is offsetting softening energy inflation.
In one line: The headline is set to fall back in March, but core inflation will rise further.
In one line: The headline has peaked, but the core hasn’t, and that’s a problem for the ECB.
In one line: The rebound in energy inflation is held back by the price cap.
In one line: Mixed messages in the core data, but the HICP rate seems to be stabilising.
In one line: Consistent with a slight upward revision to EZ inflation, but soft overall.
In one line: Energy inflation is falling, but the core isn’t.
In one line: Headline inflation likely has peaked, but the core isn’t rolling over, yet.
In one line: Core inflation is peaking, but it will take a while to come down.
In one line: Inflation pulled lower by energy; the core was steady.
In one line: A fiscal-stimulus aided fall in the headline; the core is still rising.
In one line: Overall business sentiment improves, despite messy budget negotiations.
In one line: More green shoots.
In one line: Energy inflation is easing, but the core is holding firm.
In one line: German inflation likely undershot the consensus in November, slightly.
In one line: Solid, but we remain confident that growth is slowing.
In one line: Energy remains the key driver, but the core looks “uncomfortably high” too.
In one line: Are imports finally rolling over?
In one line: Ouch.
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