German inflation stands at 0.8% as expected in August

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No surprises from Germany on inflation: it remains low at 0.8%. German inflation was expected to stand at 0.8% in August, just like in July. Month over month, no change was expected. These numbers are relevant for both the German CPI and the HICP, which is the harmonized version.

EUR/USD traded around 1.3180 before the publication after an exiting day. The pair is not reacting to the as expected figure. This leaves the expectations for tomorrow’s EZ inflation unchanged at only 0.4%.

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