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Higher oil unlikely to make central banks more hawkish

The ongoing strength of the oil price may prompt a modest rise in non-energy inflation and wages, and slightly weaker GDP growth. But the shock is unlikely to be a game-changer for monetary policy – concerns about the negative impact on activity is likely to trump fears of second-round inflation effects.

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