Inflation in the eurozone slowed to 1% in July according to Eurostat, against a 2% target pursued by all G7 central banks.
Inflation dropped by 0,3% compared to June.
In June 2018 inflation in the Eurozone hit 2,2%, which triggered a decision to unwind the ECB’s quantitative easing policy. This policy is now in reverse and speculation abounds of the ECB slashing interest rates and expanding its bond-buying program.
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