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MNI BRIEF: EZ Inflation Soars To Fresh Highs, Above Expected

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Inflation rises to near 9% in July, above expectations and underlining the task at hand for the ECB.

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Eurozone inflation accelerated again in July, further underlining the task the European Central Bank has in controlling spiralling prices. The year-on-year rate, again driven by rising energy costs, rose 8.9%, up from 8.6% in June, a preliminary report from Eurostat shows, outpacing market expectations of an increase to 8.7%. On the month, prices rose by 0.1%.

Core inflation, which excludes energy, food, alcohol and tobacco, also rose in July, rising 4.0% y/y -- reversing a modest deceleration seen in June. Across the region, the Baltic states were all looking at 20%+ annual inflation rates.

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Eurozone inflation accelerated again in July, further underlining the task the European Central Bank has in controlling spiralling prices. The year-on-year rate, again driven by rising energy costs, rose 8.9%, up from 8.6% in June, a preliminary report from Eurostat shows, outpacing market expectations of an increase to 8.7%. On the month, prices rose by 0.1%.

Core inflation, which excludes energy, food, alcohol and tobacco, also rose in July, rising 4.0% y/y -- reversing a modest deceleration seen in June. Across the region, the Baltic states were all looking at 20%+ annual inflation rates.

Keep reading...Show less