Stand by for monetary easing from China

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Latest inflation figures from China saw the inflation rate rise at its slowest pace in years, rising 0.8% below estimates of 1.1%, and down from December's 1.5% growth. Falling Crude oil prices took its toll on the Chinese economy as well as disinflation in the world's second-largest economy is now being seen as a call for further monetary easing from the PBOC. The Producer Price index also dec...

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