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14th Mar 2022 00:20Eurozone, Daily Monitor, Weekly Monitor

  • The hawks are very much in charge at the ECB, and they will remain at the helm in Q2...
  • ...But risks are increasingly tilted towards a short and fast tightening cycle from the ECB.
  • The ECB bafflingly sees rising unemployment between now and 2024; we don’t understand why.

core inflation deflation deposit rate disinflation ECB ecb meeting employment energy energy inflation energy prices headline inflation labour labour force labour market labour market data oil q2 qe rate hike recession refinancing unemployment

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