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11th Nov 2022 15:17Eurozone, Weekly Monitor

  • Germany’s yield curve is now inverted, driven mainly by a repricing in short-term interest rates.
  • We think the curve will stay inverted until Q1-23, after which it will re-steepen via higher 10-year yields.
  • Core inflation in Germany likely has peaked, but it will stay at 4-to-5% through H1-23, at least.

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