China Economics

China Data Response

9 November, 2017

Consumer & Producer Prices (Oct.)

Higher-than-expected inflation last month means that the China reflation story remains alive for now. But with the economy set to soften in the coming quarters and current price gains partly the result of temporary disruptions from the pollution crackdown, strong price pressures may only last a while longer.

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