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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.
The Federal Reserve will make its monetary policy statement and announce the official rate on December 19, at 21:00 MT time.
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