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Economy. 15 June, 2012, 1:24Charts: Inflation? Where?
Inflation in major economies has peaked last year, and a number of major economies already showing deflation on a month-on-month basis.China inflation slowed to 3.4% in April 2012
China consumer price inflation slowed to 3.4% yoy in April, in-line with market estimates, while producer price index fall by 0.7% yoy.Hong Kong inflation eased to 4.7% in February 2012
Inflation in Hong Kong eased to 10-month low in February, with the headline CPI eased to 4.7% yoy, and -0.3% mom.Population ageing and (dis-) inflation
Evidence suggests that the older the overall population, the less likely the country would have high inflation.China’s inflation slowed to 3.2% in February 2012
China’s inflation slowed to 3.2% yoy in February after a slight pickup in January, giving more rooms for policy accommodation.China Economy: 2012 and beyond (Part 1) – Demographics
While population ageing means labour shortage further down the road, whether it will be inflationary is a big problem.China’s inflation accelerated to 4.5% in January 2012
China’s inflation unexpectedly acclerated in January to 4.5% yoy, largely due to the distortion from the Chinese New Year, which pushed food prices up.China Inflation falls further to 4.2% in November
Inflation in China continues to moderate in November, as the headline CPI inflation falls by 42.% yoy.China Inflation Eased Further To 5.5% In October
Inflation in China fell to 5.5% in October as food prices fell. That makes the case for some selective easing, but not aggressive one at this stage.China’s Inflation In October Is Set To Fall
The food component of CPI is set to fall significantly, which will probably drag the headline inflation down quite significantly.Soft Landing? Inflation Will Be Below 5%, And PMI Rebounds
Peng Sen of NDRC thinks inflation can dip below 5% soon, while Hongbin Qu of HSBC believes with 100% certainty that I am wrong.Nominal vs. Real GDP Growth Of China
Although growth in real term has been slowed, growth in nominal term has actually accelerated, and that is mostly down to rising inflation.China: Inflation Eased To 6.1% in September
Inflation fell slightly to 6.1% in September, but still way above the target. Policy is expected to be on hold as the global economy slows.Hong Kong: Inflation Eased To 5.7% In August
Headline inflation eased to 5.7% yoy, but the actual consumer price index has fallen on a month-on-month basis for two straight months.China: Inflation Eased To 6.2% In August
Inflation eased slightly in August as food prices inflation come down, while non-food components are rising slightly, but largely stable.Hong Kong: Inflation Further Accelerates To 7.9% In July
The headline inflation of Hong Kong rose to 7.9% yoy due to low-base effect. On a month-on-month basis, however, there is no inflation whatsoever.China: Inflation Further Accelerated To 6.5% In July
Inflation in China rose to 6.5% yoy, a bit out of control. But the turmoil in global markets will make policy makers very cautious about tightening further.Hong Kong: Inflation Further Accelerates To 5.6% In June
Inflation in Hong Kong hit new high in June, reaching 5.6% yoy vs. 5.2% in May, driven by tobacco, food, housing and others.United Kingdom: CPI Inflation Falls To 4.2%, RPI Inflation Falls To 5.0%
Inflation in the United Kingdom eased a bit in June: CPI inflation fell from 4.5% to 4.2% as the economy is doing pretty badly.China: Inflation Further Accelerated To 6.4% In June
Consumer Price Index (CPI) of China rose 6.4% on an year-on-year basis in June, another record high. Whether it is under control is far from obvious.