Euro zone inflation fell faster than expected in September to its lowest since February 2010, signaling that the European Central Bank can maintain its loose monetary policy to help the bloc’s recovery.
Consumer prices in the 17 countries using the euro edged down to 1.1 percent in September from 1.3 percent in August, slightly below market expectations of 1.2 percent, the EU’s statistics office Eurostat said on Monday.
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