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Economic sentiment in the euro area unexpectedly increased in November, a sign the European Central Bank's bid to boost growth and inflation is starting to hit home with companies and consumers.The ECB predicts inflation of 0.6 percent this year, 1.1 percent in 2015 and 1.4 percent in 2016 .The euro-area economy grew just 0.2 percent in the third quarter and a measure of manufacturing and services activity fell to a 16-month low in November. Inflation has been less than half the ECB's goal of just below 2 percent for the past year and data tomorrow is forecast to show it slowed to 0.3 percent this month, matching the slowest since 2009 .
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