Chinese PPI and CPI Rise in September

Currency depreciation is flowing through to Chinese prices as the weaker yuan offsets falling U.S. dollar prices. The 12-month PPI declined in September, but that's because the PPI increased 1.0 percent a year ago, and "only" 0.6 percent this past month.
As for the CPI, pork prices rose 3.7 percent in September and fresh vegetables climbed 9.8 percent.

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