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Europe needs action now on inflation to brake loss of euro trust, Why the labour market won’t fuel US inflation, and more

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Europe needs action now on inflation to brake loss of euro trust

By Jürgen Stark

The European Central Bank’s asymmetric monetary policy approach, followed for several years, has now become a source of instability – the opposite of what its mandate decrees. After announcement of the 7.5% inflation rate in March, the highest since the euro began, this policy of vacillation has run its course and must now end. The time has come to brake the loss of trust in the ECB and in the stability of the euro. The longer the ECB waits, the steeper and more thorny the path ahead.

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Why the labour market won’t fuel US inflation

By Julian Jacobs
Despite low unemployment and high inflation, fears that tight labour markets will drive inflation higher are misplaced. Five elements have been vital to the reduction of worker power since the 1970s. 
 
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