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Consumer prices jumped 3.4 percent on year in September, according to the EU’s Eurostat statistics agency. The announcement is another blow for Eurozone consumers after prices rose three percent on year last month – a decade-high figure. The acceleration in annual inflation rate points to further evidence of price pressures as economies recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.


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