Eurozone inflation remains stuck at -0.3%


Inflation in the eurozone remained in negative territory in December 2020, according to the official statistical agency Eurostat.

Last month, the Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) declined year on year by 0.3%, the same as in September, October and November. Inflation in the region has been below zero since August.

“The extension of containment measures across the eurozone at the start of Q1 will weigh strongly on services and will keep underlying price pressures subdued in the near

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