RPT-GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEKAHEAD-US inflation, Greek tensions in focus
(Repeats story that ran on Sunday, with no changes)
* Forex gyrations fuel talk of currency wars
* Greek PM Tsipras to meet Merkel in Berlin
* Fed speakers to offer more chances to decipher rate message
* Data focus on global PMIs, US inflation
By Gavin Jones
ROME, March 22 (Reuters) - Markets still digesting an unexpectedly cautious message from the Federal Reserve will get more food for thought this week with U.S. inflation data and potentially rising risks of a Greek exit from the euro zone.
The massive monetary stimulus programmes deployed by advanced economies are producing fierce foreign exchange swings and fuelling talk of a currency war.
The euro hit a 12-year low below $1.05 against the dollar at the start of last week only to jump back to $1.10 on Wednesday - its biggest one-day rise in six years - after the Fed signalled it was in no hurry to raise rates after all. By Friday the euro had eased back to $1.08. Continuación...