Eurozone consumer inflation expectations rose significantly, ECB says

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Eurozone consumer inflation expectations “increased significantly” over the last three months, according to a survey published by the European Central Bank today (May 11).

Median consumer expectations for inflation for the next year increased from 4.6% in February to 5% now, the ECB said. Inflation expectations three years ahead also increased, from 2.4% to 2.9% over the same period.

Consumers’ median rate of perceived inflation over the previous year also rose, from 8.7% in February to 9.9%

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