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US vs. European inflation differences overstated

On the face of it, core disinflation seems to have stalled or even reversed in the US but not in Europe, suggesting that Fed cuts will come much later than those by the ECB and BoE. However, there are definitional issues at play that exaggerate the recent differences between inflation in the US and Europe.

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