The Federal Reserve has already raised interest rates twice this year.
China September producer prices show the greatest leap in six months
In September, China's producer price inflation suddenly accelerated to a six-month maximum because a construction boom offers no signs of abating as well as a government crackdown on air pollution spurs worries of winter shortages and also wild leaps in commodity prices.
China's firm demand for building materials has provoked a year-long commodities surge which is helping to underpin manufacturing activity as well as inflation around the globe.
The Chinese economy is believed to ascend 7% during the second half of 2017, as the country's major bank governor told, thus defying financial experts’ expectations for a slowdown.
In September, the producer price index rallied 6.9% from 2016, and from August’s outcome of 6.3%, as the National Bureau of Statistics told on Monday.
The revenue - the most impressive since March – actually indicates ongoing resilience in China's economy as well as industrial sector profits. That’s undoubtedly welcome news for Communist Party leaders just two days ahead of a party congress.
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