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Egypt Consumer Prices (Mar.)

The slight fall in Egyptian inflation in March to 5.1% y/y leaves the headline rate well below the central bank’s target range which, coupled with the economic hit from the draconian measures to contain the coronavirus, is likely to increase pressure for further monetary easing. But this is likely to be dependent on policymakers loosening their grip on the pound in the coming weeks.

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