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Eurozone inflation drop fuels talk of rate cut

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LONDON (AP) — The pressure on the European Central Bank to cut interest rates again ratcheted up on Friday after figures showed inflation unexpectedly falling further below its target. Consumer price inflation in the 18-country eurozone fell to 0.7 percent in the year to January from 0.8 percent the previous month, the Eurostat agency said. The decline was unexpected — the consensus for a rise...

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