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The lowdown

14 October 2014 By Ian Campbell

Even the UK is succumbing, although its 1.2 percent rate remains high by European standards. Trends in France, Spain and Italy are all weak. With prices almost flat, wage rises will be poor and government finances will stay strained. A BoE rise may not come until 2016.  

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