Eurozone inflation accelerated unexpectedly in June as economies across the bloc started to relax coronavirus containment measures, preliminary data from Eurostat showed Tuesday. Inflation rose to 0.3 percent from a near-four year low of 0.1 percent logged in May. Economists had forecast the rate to remain unchanged at 0.1 percent.
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