The Financial Times recently reported that the European Central Bank expects to hit its elusive 2 per cent inflation target by 2025, according to unpublished internal models that suggest it is on course to raise interest rates in just over two years.
- Unpublished ECB inflation estimate raises the prospect of an earlier rate rise.
- The internal model suggests eurozone interest rates could go up in two years, closing the gap with a forecast move by Fed.
- European central bank expects to hit its elusive 2 per cent inflation target by 2025.
The euro has found demand on the news in recent trade, thwarting the bear’s attempts of a lower low before the close of the day in New York: