Natixis’ Artus writes for FTSE Global Markets on whether Europe’s low inflation is dangerous

patrickartusAlthough a genuine economic revival appeared to be under way in Europe earlier this year, with buoyant equity markets and a renewed consumer confidence, that bout of optimism has proved fleeting as inflation levels remained low in Q3. In his latest FTSE Global Market blog, Natixis’ chief economist Patrick Artus looks at whether low inflation in Europe does pose a threat to growth, or whether it is merely an effect of the decline in commodity prices and low-level labour costs, which in the long-term will bolster wages.

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