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15th Mar 2022 00:10Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • We grasp the nettle on our faulty energy inflation forecasts, and try a new approach.
  • Our new model sees near-term upside risks for energy inflation, but downside risks next year.
  • We now think the ECB will take the deposit rate to zero this year, before pausing in 2023.

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