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Inflation surprises in Southeast Asia’s two biggest economies
Inflation in Indonesia and Thailand weakened in September, providing policy makers in Southeast Asia’s two biggest economies with ample room to keep lowering interest rates to spur growth.
Lagarde faces call for lower ECB inflation goal in policy review
When Christine Lagarde conducts a rethink of the European Central Bank’s policies and tools during her impending presidency, her new Austrian colleague will be keen to contribute.
Nigerian inflation slows to 12-month low
Nigeria’s annual inflation rate declined to the lowest in a year in July as food prices increased slower than in the previous month
UK inflation unexpectedly overshoots BoE target in July
Britain’s inflation rate unexpectedly overshot the Bank of England’s two percent target on Wednesday, raising the cost of living even before sterling’s slide has had much chance to feed into consumer prices.
Iran reports slight decline in monthly inflation as rial recovers
The Statistical Center of Iran (SCI) reported a lowered month-on-month inflation rate as the national currency rial keeps recovering against the US dollar despite Tehran’s political and military tensions with the West.
Singapore core inflation hits over two-year low, raising bets on policy easing
Singapore’s June core inflation measure hit a more than two-year low as electricity and gas prices declined, firming bets among economists that its central bank will ease monetary policy in October.
Zimbabwe has gone from falling prices to three-digit inflation in 30 months
Zimbabwe has gone from deflation to triple-digit inflation in less than three years.
Turkish inflation respite starts countdown to first rate cut
Turkish inflation cooled more than forecast to the slowest in a year, bringing closer the start of a monetary easing cycle.
De Guindos: ECB will act if inflation expectations are de-anchored
Longer-term inflation expectations in the eurozone need to come unstuck for the European Central Bank to provide more stimulus, ECB Vice President Luis de Guindos was quoted on Saturday as saying.
French inflation slows faster than expected in May
French monthly inflation slowed faster than expected in May, thanks largely to a fall in service sector prices which offset a marked acceleration in food prices, final EU-harmonized data from the INSEE statistics agency showed on Friday.
Poll: India's retail inflation could hit 7-month high in May, but below RBI target
India's retail inflation likely accelerated to a seven-month high in May on rising food prices, but it is expected to remain well below the target of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), giving it room to ease policy further, a Reuters poll found.
BoJ's Kuroda signals room for more flexible inflation target
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said major central banks may have to become more flexible targeting inflation, as they are missing targets due to the price dampening effects of technological innovations and globalization.
Japan's key inflation gauge hits three-year high, offers little respite for BoJ
An inflation gauge closely watched by the Bank of Japan (BoJ) accelerated at its fastest pace in almost three years as some retailers passed on rising costs to households, a positive sign for the central bank as it seeks to stoke consumer prices.
Labour considers house price inflation target for Bank of England
The Bank of England could be set a target for house price inflation under plans being explored by the Labour party, with tougher powers to restrict mortgage lending to close the gap between property prices and average incomes.

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