The low level of inflation in Switzerland compared to the euro-zone mainly reflects smaller contributions from energy and food. But core inflation is lower too, helped by the exchange rate and structural factors. Accordingly, the SNB won’t need to have monetary policy as restrictive as we think the ECB will require.
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