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Euro zone inflationary pressures at seven-month low

Euro zone inflationary pressures at seven-month low

Inflationary pressures in the euro zone fell to a seven-month low in June, pulled down by an easing in Germany and Spain, according to an indicator designed to predict inflation trends from the Economic Cycle Research Institute.

The New York-based ECRI said its Eurozone Future Inflation Gauge (EFZIG) fell to 100.3 in June from 100.6 in May.

“With the EZFIG continuing to ease and falling to a seven-month low in its latest reading, underlying euro zone inflation pressures have clearly begun to wane,” said Lakshman Achuthan, ECRI’s chief operations officer.

Inflationary pressures eased in Germany, Europe’s largest economy, with its index dropping to 101.9 from May’s 102.4, while Spain’s sank to 92.7 from 94.7. Pressures remained subdued in Italy and held flat in France.

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