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French CPI isn’t usually one to trade. However, with all the noise surrounding coronavirus, this particular print might be a little more sensitive than usual.
The German CPI, on the other hand, will be one to keep a closer eye on. In case we get a negative print, and the French figures align with that result, then we could see markets falling harder.
French CPI At Better Levels Than the German Rate
The CPI in France increased to 104.55 points in February from 104.54 points in the previous month. The latest numbers are expected to stay in line with the previous readings, at 0.0%.
Interestingly, the strongest ever CPI posted by France was back in Dec 2019.
The CPI in Germany increased to 105.60 points in February from 105.20 points from the previous month. The latest numbers are expected to stay in line with the previous readings as well, at 0.4%.
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