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Joachim Nagel speaks on Jan. 11.
Photographer: Nils Thies/Deutsche Bundesbank
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New Bundesbank President Joachim Nagel warned in his first speech on the job that inflation may remain elevated for longer than currently expected, urging his colleagues at the European Central Bank to be vigilant.