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German Inflation Steady
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German Inflation Steady

German inflation remained stable at a very low level in September, Germany’s Federal Statistics Office said on Wednesday, keeping the European Central Bank under pressure to add further stimulus boost the eurozone economy, Business Spectator reported. The annual rate of inflation in Europe’s largest economy, measured according to a common European Union method, was 0.8%, the same as in August and July.

 

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