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The rise in core inflation raises the risk of a structural price crisis

Core inflation, the one that does not include fresh food or energy prices (the most volatile), shot up in May to 4.

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The rise in core inflation raises the risk of a structural price crisis

Core inflation, the one that does not include fresh food or energy prices (the most volatile), shot up in May to 4.9%, five tenths more than in April and its highest rate since October 1995.

An ephemeral breath. That is what the inflation data for April was, when the base effect compared to 2021 and the slight drop in the price of electricity allowed us to dream of a progressive easing of inflationary pressures in the months

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