Eurozone inflation rose to 2.2% in the year to October, up from 2.1% the previous month.

October's rate is the highest since December 2012, when inflation was also 2.2%. The last time inflation was higher was in October of that year, when it struck 2.5%.

The main reason behind the increase over recent months has been the spike in energy prices, notably oil. In the year to October, energy prices were 10% higher.

A recent fall in oil prices may mean that inflation will start to trend lower in the coming months.

Though the headline rate of inflation is above the European Central Bank's goal of just below 2%, policymakers have voiced concerns about stubbornly weak underlying price rises. As a result, they are not expected to raise interest rates anytime soon from their super-low levels, even though they are bringing their bond-buying stimulus program to an end.

Stripping out volatile items such as energy, but also food, alcohol and tobacco, the inflation rate rose to 1.1% in the year to October from 0.9% the month before. In itself, that may not signal a new uptrend as core inflation has oscillated between 0.9% and 1.1% since the spring. Rate-setters at the bank will likely want to see several months' worth of data to confirm that lower unemployment and rising wages are pushing up inflation sustainably. is an independent macroeconomic consultancy with thousands of subscribers all over the world. We provide fundamental research to help our clients make better investing decisions. Our subscribers should expect to get access to:

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