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13 January 2016 By Swaha Pattanaik

The central bank’s chief economist, Peter Praet, reckons the impact of falling oil prices on inflation may not be transient. That fact is a nightmare for rate-setters, who don’t control energy costs. Financial markets got this message some while ago. 

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