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Euro-zone inflation rate lowest since late 2009 : Report

By Paul Hannon
The annual rate of inflation across the 18 countries that share the euro fell again in March to its lowest level since late 2009, bringing the currency area closer to a paralyzing bout of extremely low inflation, or even broad-based price declines known as deflation                                        
The European Union's statistics agency said consumer prices rose by 0.5% from March 2013, the lowest annual rate of inflation since November 2009 and well below the European Central Bank's target of just under 2%                                        
The inflation figure puts further pressure on ECB officials to consider fresh stimulus , including negative rates on bank deposits
When prices grow too slowly, households, businesses and governments have a harder time servicing their debts, while consumers may put off spending
These pressures intensify when prices fall outright, as has been the case in Japan for the past two decades                                        
ECB officials have dismissed deflation fears, noting that the euro zone's economic recovery is proceeding largely as expected
But they have signaled a heightened sensitivity to too-low inflation                                        
"We will do what is needed to maintain price stability," ECB President Mario Draghi said                                        
The case for action isn't clear-cut
Some of the weakness in consumer prices this month may be due to the late timing of Easter this year, analysts said, which means higher travel prices may occur in April instead of March                                        
Mr. Draghi and his colleagues on the ECB's governing council have noted that some of the slowdown in the inflation rate is down to weaker global prices for energy, something over which they have little control                                        
Some of the weakness in the inflation measure during March was down to falling energy prices, which dropped 2.1% from March 2013
But prices for other goods and services that are driven by purely domestic demand rose at a slower pace, and the core measure of inflation--which excludes volatile items such as energy and food--slowed to 0.8% from 1.0% in February
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