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December 12, 2022

Interestingly, while the level of inflation in Europe and the U.S. are similar, the way inflation is derived is different. European inflation is driven by energy prices, while U.S. inflation is broader based.

In the U.S., this creates a more challenging job for the Fed.

Source: Chartbook

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