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23rd Feb 2023 16:27Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • The ECB will lower its headline inflation forecasts in March, but likely will lift its core inflation outlook.
  • Non-energy goods inflation will look very ugly in the next few months, but it will come down, eventually.
  • Risks are now tilted towards a more aggressive and longer tightening cycle by the ECB.

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