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Inflation picks up slightly in November, according to INSEE

Consumer prices rose slightly year on year in November, to 0.2%, after remaining stable the previous two months, INSEE reported on Tuesday, confirming its initial provisional estimate. Over one month, prices also rose by 0.2%, after having also been stable in October, adds the National Institute of Statistics. This “slight rebound in inflation (over one

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Sterling hanging on Brexit hiccups

After strong nervousness last week, the currency is bouncing back on hopes of agreement. The pound sterling is yo-yoing, according to the jolts of the Brexit negotiations. It rebounded on Monday, nearly 1.5% to 1.34 dollars, on new hopes of a free trade agreement, after having plunged at the end of last week due to

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