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8th Mar 2022 00:10Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • The EZ is now in stagflation; growth forecasts will come down, even as inflation projections rise.
  • EZ energy inflation could rise above 40% in the next few months, lifting the headline HICP rate to 7%.
  • Economic activity in Germany picked up in January, but growth through Q1 as a whole will be soft.

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