US jobs and Eurozone inflation: What you need to know about the global economy this week

Food prices have been a driver in pushing Eurozone inflation to record highs. Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay//File Photo

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Central banks ramp up fight against inflation
How central banks are responding to rapid inflation. Image: Reuters Graphics

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Euro area annual inflation and its main components September 2012-September 2022
Inflation in the Eurozone. Image: Eurostat

US business sector output and labor productivity gaps, 2005-19
A historical look at US productivity. Image: NBER
Millions more people face hunger globally as food prices spike.
The global food crisis requires urgent action. Image: IMF
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