The account of the December meeting, along with data released since then and recent comments from policymakers, suggest the ECB will raise its deposit rate from 2% to 3% by March rather than May as we had previously expected, and that QT will accelerate from June. For now, we forecast 3% will be the peak deposit rate, but with core inflation still rising, risks are tilted to the upside.
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