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from the reuters artivle:

European Union statistics office Eurostat said consumer price growth slowed to 2.3 percent year-on-year from 2.4 percent in January as the effect of high oil prices began to dissipate.

I had understood that the higher oil prices had not yet fed through to CPI yet and now Reuters are telling us that they are dissipating. I think Monsieur Trichet fears they are still in the pipeline as do a lot of central bankers. How long should they take to feed through or will they have no effect at all on CPI?

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