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18th Jan 2023 16:21Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • Energy inflation in the EZ fell sharply in December, due mainly to a one-off subsidy in Germany.
  • The energy HICP is a wild card, but the 2023 change in weights points to upside risks for Q1.
  • ECB doves are eyeing a shift in policy, but core inflation suggests the hawks will retain the upper hand.

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