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  1. IMO ECB is worried about the German economy than they are Europe as a whole. BOE and FED consider current inflation has temporary. Why would ECB view on inflation be different. However, with ECB raising rates and China raising rates and India having raised rates in May- could global economic growth weaken. By so doing also slow down global inflation? Then the FED and the BOE would not have to raise rates
  2. I am think it will be a modest decline of 0.1% for the month. London on up 0.2%
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