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In one line: Underlying pressures are rising rapidly, as the economy reopens.
In one line: Rising electricity tariffs remain a big problem.
In one line: Better than expected, but upside risks prevail.
In one line: Better than expectations, but the picture is far from rosy.
In one line: Below expectations, but the picture remains grim..
In one line: A sharp increase, due to rising commodity prices, weather-related issues, and improving demand.
In one line: Rising energy prices push inflation to its highest rate in a year.
In one line: Better-than-expected, but the outlook remains challenging.
In one line: Inflation pressures remain worryingly sticky.
In one line: Rising rapidly, and more is coming due to soaring commodities prices.
In one line: A sharp rebound inflation, and the FX sell-off is a further threat.
In one line: Better-than-expected, but the inflation picture remains ugly.
In one line: A sharp rebound on the back of rising oil prices.
In one line: Overshooting expectations due to higher gasoline prices.
In one line: Well under control, for now.
In one line: The inflation outlook has deteriorated following the President’s populist moves.
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