ECB Chief Economist Lane is confident about the future, expects inflation to fall to 2% next year.


In a recent interview with the media, European Central Bank Chief Economist Lane stated that the ECB is confident in controlling inflation.

Phillip Lane, Chief Economist of the European Central Bank, stated on Monday that despite some potential fluctuations in inflation during the process, the ECB remains confident that inflation will return to the 2% target next year.

In an interview with Reuters, Lane pointed out, "We have considerable confidence in achieving the inflation target in the second half of next year. We need to carefully analyze upcoming data, distinguishing noise from genuine signals." He emphasized that an in-depth interpretation of data is essential when assessing economic conditions and inflation trends to make accurate policy decisions.

Lane made these remarks during a Reuters NEXT News interview at the London Stock Exchange. He further explained that although short-term influences may arise from various factors, broadly speaking, the ECB believes it can achieve its long-term inflation target. This shows that despite uncertainties and market fluctuations, the ECB is confident in the effectiveness of its monetary policy and the future stability of the economy.

Additionally, Lane mentioned that the global economic environment and geopolitical factors also impact inflation. Hence, the ECB takes these external factors into consideration when formulating policies to ensure flexibility in responding to various changes. He reiterated the ECB's commitment to supporting economic growth and employment through price stability while ensuring financial stability in the Eurozone.



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Inflation refers to the phenomenon where the purchasing power of a country's (or region's) currency decreases, leading to a general rise in the prices of goods and services. It is reflected in the fact that, over a certain period, the same amount of money can only buy fewer goods and services.


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