China: Sep CPI as expected at 1.9% y/y

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FXstreet.com (San Francisco) - As expected, China's Consumer Price Index ( CPI ) came in at 1.9% (1.9% cons.) in the year to September, and registered a soft 0.3% reading (0.5% cons) in September from 0.6% in August, the National Bureau of Statistics of China reported Monday. The agency also reported an as-expected Producer Price Index (PPI) figure at -3.6% in the year to September. This data follows surprisingly better than expected Chinese trade balance numbers over the weekend. Next key event risk for China is GDP figures on Oct 18.



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