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What goes up can come down. A similar exercise by Gregory Daco of Oxford Economics, a consultancy, finds that the fall in core inflation since mid also reflects the acyclical part of the inflation mix. The cyclical component of inflation, meanwhile, has not much changed. It remains 0. Amid signs of a slowdown in economic growth, there are even some indications that this component could be weakening. Rental costs for housing including imputed rents have shown some signs of moderating, for example, having previously been galloping upwards. In combination, these pieces of research suggest that underlying inflationary pressure did not subside in the second half of , because it was never there in the first place.
That is the question for economists to tackle—ideally before it becomes moot.
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