European Central Bank - Annual Report 2006

The ECB raised rates by 125 basis points in 2006 in a bid to combat inflationary pressures, caused by oil and commodity price shocks.

By the end of the year rates had reached 3.5% and annual HICP inflation was 2.2%, slightly above the eurozone's target of below but close to 2%.

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