Monday, March 30, 2015

Federal Statistical Office: Inflation Picking Up –

Date: 03/30/2015 16:54 clock

In March, consumer prices rose again slightly. In particular, fueling and heating as well as rents have become more expensive. The Federal Statistical Office speaks of an inflation rate of 0.3 percent.

Consumer prices rose again in March. Goods and services cost an average of 0.3 percent more than a year earlier, the Federal Statistics Office reported. In January, the prices were first dropped 0.4 percent since 2009, before they dressed again in February to 0.1 percent. For the further rise now ensured more expensive rents and services, including heating and refueling were not quite as low as the last.

Inflation is however more clearly below the target set by the European Central Bank. The ECB sees only at values ​​of just under two percent of stable prices

The rising inflation is the ECB’s located. <- - MediaCon!>: She has this month the purchase of government bonds started to approve with the flood of money the risk of deflation – to capture in the euro-zone

– a harmful for the economy decline in prices across the board.


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