Global Economics

Global Inflation Watch

9 June, 2016

Low inflation to persist almost everywhere

Headline inflation will rebound in many countries in the coming months as the effects of the slump in oil prices drop out of the annual comparison. But the era of very low inflation is likely to continue for a long time yet. Underlying price pressures remain weak and in some parts of the world, including Japan and the southern euro-zone economies, there is still a threat of deflation. We expect global growth to be fairly

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