Tag: CPI

FINTS Morning Brief (28 September 2016)

The total production value of China’s maritime industry grew by 7% yoy in 2015, according to the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the State Oceanic Administration (SOA) Over 600 million tourists will travel…


FINTS MORNING BRIEF (5 September 2016)

The outcome of the meeting between the Chinese and U.S. Presidents in Hangzhou mainly consists of: the two countries commit to use monetary, fiscal and structural policy tools to foster confidence and strengthen growth the…


FINTS MORNING BRIEF (9 August 2016)

The National Equities Exchange and Quotations, better known as the New Third Board, says that funds raised by listed companies on its board can be only used in the fund-raising company’s primary business China expresses…


FINTS MORNING BRIEF (20 JULY 2016)

At a meeting on non-governmental investment, Primer Li Keqiang calls for more forceful guidance to channel social capital away from sectors distressed by over capacity The Shanghai Stock Exchanges is set to extend trading hours…


HONG KONG AND SHANGHAI STOCKS RALLY ON MORE STIMULUS POLICY

Hong Kong and Shanghai stocks closed up on Monday after soft inflation data released over the weekend heightened expectations that China’s central bank may roll out more stimulus policies in the second half of the…


CHINA’S CONSUMER INFLATION RECEDES MILDLY IN JUNE

Consumer inflation in China decelerated in June amid the gloomy economy, with its Consumer Price Index (CPI) increasing 1.9% YoY, well below China’s 2016 target ceiling of 3%, giving the policy makers ample space to…


Pork price falls, upward pressure on consumer price temporally eases

Pork price in China averaged 26.79 yuan per kilogram in the week ended June 26, falling 0.7% on a month-on-month basis but 32.7% higher compared with the same period last year, according to data from…