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Here's how inflation in the Eurozone could change in 2023

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Inflation rates remain at more than 7% in the larger countries of the Eurozone. Image: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Gregory Gadzinski
Associate Professor of Finance, International University of Monaco
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A graph showing contribution of consumption sectors to Eurozone annual inflation.
European Central Bank’s (ECB) inflation target of 2% could be reached. Image: The Conversation/ Eurostat

A graph showing harmonised index of consumer prices from 2017-2023.
Prices remain stubbornly high. Image: The Conversation/Eurostat
A graph showing overall index excluding energy, food, alcohol and tobacco from 2017 to 2023.
Underlying inflation (other than food and energy) had hit 5.4% in December. Image: The Conversation/Eurostat

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