Eurozone inflation rate dips to 0.2% in June
July 1 , 2015
The inflation rate of the eurozone has dropped to 0.2% in June from May’s figure of 0.3%, official data show.
This is the second month of inflation following five months of falling or flat prices.
Meanwhile, the unemployment figures for May remained unchanged at 11.1% from April, with Germany recording the lowest unemployment of 4.7% in the bloc comprising 19 states.
Greece, which is facing a massive debit crisis, continued to show the highest unemployment, at 25.6%.