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Difference between Eurozone and Swiss Inflation Rates Continues to Shrink


The difference between the Eurozone and the Swiss inflation rates continues to shrink. February’s data shows that the gap has fallen from 3.7% in February 2012 to 2.1% in 2013. The Swiss Consumer Price Index (CPI) is rising on a monthly basis, but still negative with 0.3% on a yearly basis, while goods and services of Swiss origin are up 0.1%.

Swiss CPI vs. Eurozone

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