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    China’s consumer inflation hits a five-year low – fuelling easing hopes | 10.02.2015


    Weak data from China fuelled expectations on further monetary easing by the People's Bank of China. China's consumer inflation hit a five-year low rising just 0.8% from a year before and factory deflation further grew.



    The Chinese PPI declined for the 35th consecutive time. Deflation grew more-than-expected by -4.3% in January. Economists expected a reading of -3.7%. In December the PPI was at -3.3%.



    CPI for January came in at 0.8%, lower than the estimated 1.1%, further slowing compared to 1.5% in December.

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