MADRID (Reuters) – Underlying inflation in the euro zone is still expected to rise “over the medium term” thanks to higher wages and to the European Central Bank’s easy monetary policy, the ECB’s Vice President Luis de Guindos said on Monday.
“Wage growth has become increasingly broad-based in recent years,” de Guindos said in Madrid. “This, together with our monetary policy measures and the ongoing economic expansion, is expected to translate into higher underlying inflation over the medium term.”
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