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Listen to the teacher

19 April 2005 By Edward Hadas

The central bank is worried about longterm inflation. But investors have pushed eurozone bond yields to nearrecord lows. They think slow growth is deflationary. But inflation can rise with low demand. Eurozone money supply is increasing too fast for comfort.

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