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German Inflation Jumps to 4.6% as ECB Keeps Policy Unchanged

  • Consumer prices are rising at fastest pace since 1993
  • ECB likely to reiterate that price pressures are transitory

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Germany’s inflation surge intensified in October, driven by persistent increases in oil and gas and a global squeeze on supplies.