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Egypt Consumer Prices (Dec. 2023)

Egypt’s headline inflation rate eased for a third consecutive from 34.6% y/y in November to 33.6% y/y in December. Comments last night suggest that an enhanced IMF deal is near, which is likely to result in a fresh devaluation of the pound. This will keep inflation high for longer and probably push the central bank to deliver a large rate hike.

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