Consumer price inflation eased last month from September’s 29-month high and remained below the government’s preferred ceiling of 3%. It is set to stay low by global standards over the coming quarters. Meanwhile, producer price inflation retreated into negative territory for the first time since the end of 2020, and we think it will stay negative through much of 2023.
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