about 2 months ago • 1:24 min
Inflation eased – somewhat at least – across the eurozone in November, with overall prices rising 10% on an annual basis, compared to the 10.6% rise seen in October. Falling energy prices were responsible for the bulk of the slowdown, but food price growth actually accelerated. The data, which tracks price increases across the 19-country eurozone, follows softer inflation results from the likes of Germany and Spain. Although it offers a glimmer of hope, it’s only one month of inflation data and not a trend, so it’s not likely to be enough to shift the stance of the European Central Bank (ECB), which has been raising interest rates in an attempt to cool inflation.
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