Econ and Finance - 07 Jul 2017

June inflation — nothing to see here

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China’s inflation data for June came out this morning.  There wasn’t much to see.

Consumer prices rose 1.5%y/y in June — the same pace as in May.Producer prices rose 5.5%y/y in June — also the same pace as in May.

The central bank is happy that consumer inflation remains relatively ...

Snuh-ohez.

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