Next European Worry, Deflation?

High debt and falling prices could complicate recovery in Europe.  Plans to revamp PIGS economies could in the face of global competition could intensify the downward price pressure.  As firms make staff and wage cuts, deflation risks may persisit for some time.  In addition, deman has shown signs of weakness across the Eurozone and consumer prices have been weak of late.  Deflationary forces in Europe may be picking up steam.

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