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Asia | 1 June 2018 China's PMIs Signal Another Rise in PPI In ation in May
The return of Chinese PPI inflation in 2016 helped to stabilise equities after the boom-bust of the previous year.

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1 June 2018 China's PMIs Signal Another Rise in PPI In ation in May

By Freya Beamish

The return of Chinese PPI inflation in 2016 helped to stabilise equities after the boom-bust of the previous year.

Posted: 31st May 2018 in 'Asia'

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