Russian inflation fell sharply in March, to 3.5% y/y, as the surge in prices immediately after the war started to fall out of the annual comparison. The 0.4% m/m increase suggests that price pressures generally remain soft and this presents a risk to our view that the central bank will hike interest rates by 50bp in Q2 (to 8.00%).
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