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Euro-Zone Inflation Rises to 1.8%

Inflation in the 12 nations using the euro currency rose to 1.8% in November, up 0.2% point from 1.6% in October, when it stood at its lowest of the year, the EU statistics agency Eurostat estimated on Thursday.

Year-on-year inflation was still well below the high of 2.5% in May and June.

Since it was still an estimate, no details on the individual breakdown of nations was available.

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