Possible pressure from the European Central Bank half a point in September – Economy

The European Central Bank expects to raise the interest rate from 25 basis points in June, and if inflation expectations “remain unchanged or deteriorate, a higher increase would be appropriate at the time of the September meeting”. This can be read in the Economic Bulletin of the Central European Institute, which expects high inflation rates even in net energy and food prices (3.3% in 2022, 2.8% in 2023 and 2.3% in 2024), and confirms that the war is “witnessing a significant impact The outlook for the eurozone economy remains highly uncertain.” However, there are “the right conditions for the economy to continue growth and further recovery in the medium term.”

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