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Lower UK Inflation Unlikely To Faze Bank Of England
Higher petrol prices lifted UK inflation in January, but this is unlikely to last.
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Lower Swedish Inflation Creates Headache For Riksbank
January’s shock inflation figures come at an awkward time for policymakers, who only a few weeks ago opted to raise interest rates.
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Sanction Risks Return
The weakness seen in the oil market much of yesterday lifted as the day progressed, with ICE Brent managing to settle marginally higher on the day.
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The Netherlands: GDP Growth Remains Solid
The Dutch economy continued to perform well in the final quarter of last year, with 0.4% GDP growth (quarter-on-quarter) for the fourth time in a row, amid weak growth in the eurozone.
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Turkey: Industrial Production Accelerates In December
Turkish industrial production continues to recover expanding by 1.9%, MoM, in December, showing that economic activity continues to improve with momentum.
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OPEC Revises Demand Lower
Optimism in the market continued yesterday, with ICE Brent settling 3.3% higher on the day. This was part of a broader move higher, as markets took comfort in the slowing growth of new COVID-19 cases.
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