Frost in spring The recovery may be warming but inflation is cooling

Frost in spring The recovery may be warming but inflation is cooling

The EconomistApr 3, 2014

VIEWED from one perspective, the euro area is a minor miracle. Instead of collapsing in a heap, as seemed possible two years ago, the currency club is not just intact but has a new member, Latvia, which joined in January.

Euro knocked lower by dovish ECB, US jobs data next – Reuters
Euro zone needs low, possibly lower rates – ECB's Coeure – Reuters UK

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