Eurozone consumer price inflation jumped to a record in November, in addition to the challenges facing the European Central Bank. New coronavirus mutantThe disruption of the supply chain and soaring energy prices will complicate policy decisions next year.
European Union statistics said Tuesday that consumer prices in the currency area were 4.9% higher than in November 2020, a much faster annual rise since the record began in 1997, more than double the ECB’s 2% target. Said that. The previous high of 4.1% coincided with October, when it first reached in July 2008. Economists expected inflation to rise during the month, but only 4.5%.
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