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China State Planners Expects ‘Stable' Inflation in Q3, Q4


RIA Nov.

The Week Ahead: Singapore Inflation Set To Rise

A final reading of American economic growth for the first quarter, China PMIs, an interest-rate decision in Indonesia and Singapore inflation numbers are some of the key events next week.
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World Cup Winner Is Front And Center For Bank Of England
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Peterson's Zettelmeyer on Inflation, German Infrastructure
Peterson's Zettelmeyer on Inflation, German Infrastructure

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Time for Norway Rate Hike `Is Coming Closer,' Olsen Says
Time for Norway Rate Hike `Is Coming Closer,' Olsen Says

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Turkey's economy weighs heavily on voters' minds
Turkey's economy weighs heavily on voters' minds

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Philippine Finance Chief Says Inflation 'Absolutely' Under Control
Philippine Finance Chief Says Inflation 'Absolutely' Under Control

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Fed raises rates amid stronger inflation

The US Federal Reserve has raised interest rates to a range between 1.75 per cent and 2 per cent amid stronger inflation while dropping its crisis era guidance.
SBS

Opal fares to rise at rate on inflation next month

Fares for NSW's Opal ticketing system will rise by 2.2 per cent next month, while the cost of all-day travel for seniors will again remain unchanged.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Mandatory wage hikes could see employees priced out of jobs

The case for any raise in the minimum wage above inflation fails on both social and economic grounds.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Opal fares set to stay in line with inflation - or less

The Berejiklian government has indicated it will keep any Opal fare increase in July at the rate of inflation or less, ahead of the state election next March.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Man charged over machete attack in King St nightclub Inflation

Two men were allegedly stabbed and slashed with a machete at CBD nightclub Inflation last weekend, with a 24-year-old man remanded in custody over the incident
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Poor inflation could leave cash rates on hold until late 2019

Poor inflation figures could mean the Reserve Bank keeps the cash rate on hold until late 2019.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Limp inflation numbers won't help Myer's new boss

Myer's new boss has to battle with price discounting.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Melbourne tops nation for inflation as cost of gas, electricity soars

Melbourne leads the nation in cost-of-living increases amid rising gas and electricity prices while wages stagnate.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How New Zealand helped Australia achieve its 25-year economic dream

Over a quarter of a century, the Reserve Bank has kept average inflation at exactly 2.5 per cent - exactly what it set out to do.
Brisbane Times

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