Eurozone Inflation Eases Unexpectedly On Food, Energy Prices

Eurozone inflation eased unexpectedly in September, driven by cheap food and energy prices, flash data from Eurostat showed Tuesday. Inflation slowed to 0.9 percent in September from 1 percent in August. The rate was forecast to remain unchanged at 1 percent. This was the lowest inflation since November 2016, when the rate of price growth was 0.6 percent.
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