European Economics

European Economics Update

30 January, 2018

German pay demands won’t see inflation surge

Recent pay demands by German trade unions may look like a sign that the economy’s strength is causing a surge in inflationary pressure. But the demands are very unlikely to be met in full. We expect a moderate rise in wage growth to lend support to household spending growth in Germany without giving the ECB any real cause for alarm.

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