French inflation unexpectedly pulls back again in September

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France's EU-harmonised rate of annual inflation fell to 6.2% in September from 6.6% a month earlier. Consumer sentiment fell more than expected in September as concerns about inflation deepened. In Germany, inflation hit 10.9%, its highest in more than a quarter of a century, and consumer prices in the Netherlands jumped 17%.
2 months ago·Paris, France

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French inflation unexpectedly pulls back again in September

French inflation slowed unexpectedly for a second month running in September, bucking the trend in neighbouring Germany and the wider euro zone, helped by decelerating increases in prices of energy and services, data showed on Friday.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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French inflation eases again in September

French inflation slowed for a second month running in September, bucking the trend in neighbouring Germany, helped by a deceleration in the increases of prices of energy and services, data from the national statistics agency showed today.

2 months ago·Ireland
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