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The ECB is nailing its colours to the mast; the deposit rate will be hiked in July and September.
The euro is a decent predictor for import price inflation in some goods, but not for the core HICP.
Soaring PPI inflation points to sustained upside risks for core consumer goods inflation in Q2.
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