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Early Easter boosted inflation only slightly in March

The detailed breakdown of March’s euro-zone HICP data, released this morning, show that the early timing of Easter boosted services inflation by 0.1ppts. This effect was smaller than in previous years. Nevertheless, excluding the tourism-related sectors affected by Easter, services inflation is creeping down.

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