The European Central Bank reports that, following Italian premier Monti's action to stimulate growth, inflation figures will most likely remain variable. "The issue remains fluid but at the present time it seems to be reasonably well contained, holding steady at about a teaspoonful." Said European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi. The bank warned however that this figure could easily balloon upwards and that any protective bubble the Italian people hope to enjoy from the resulting liquidity will almost certainly burst, with predictable consequences, if inflation exceeds 12 litres or if excessive friction between those involved in the initiative goes unchecked.
Ok, I'll get my coat..