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Taiwan December export growth seen slowing, inflation at seven-month high
Taiwan’s exports likely grew at a slower pace in December, after beating expectations with a 3.3 percent on-year increase in the prior month, according to a Reuters poll.
Fight against inflation tops Turkey's agenda in 2020
Turkey will stabilize the inflation rate at single digits by improving competition in the goods and services markets and enhancing production, Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak said.
UK PM to increase minimum wage by four times inflation
Almost three million workers in Britain are to receive a pay rise of more than four times the rate of inflation from April, after the government said it would increase the official minimum wage.
Russia seen ending rate cuts in early 2020 amid higher growth, inflation
Economic growth in Russia is set to gather pace in 2020 along with consumer inflation as the central bank completes its cycle of interest rate cuts in the first quarter of the year, a monthly Reuters poll showed on Tuesday.
Thailand's new inflation target, no changes  in monetary policy: Deputy governor
Thailand’s new inflation target range of one to three percent for next year, narrowed from this year’s one to four percent, does not signal a change in monetary policy implementation, a deputy central bank governor said on Tuesday.
SCI: Iran’s annual inflation down 1.1 PP in December
The Statistical Center of Iran (SCI) announced that the country’s annual inflation rate during November 22-December 21, 2019, stood at 40 percent, indicating a 1.1-percent point (PP) decline compared to the 30-day period to November 21.
India's elevated food inflation limits scope for further rate cuts
India’s volatile food prices are yet again posing a sticky inflation problem for its central bank, preventing it from cutting rates as deep as it would like to support a stuttering economy.
Southeast Asia may soon need a ‘Plan B’ to deal with low inflation
Southeast Asia is set for another year of low inflation, generating difficult choices for the region’s central banks.
Third Egyptian rate cut extends easing cycle, with more to come
Egypt cut its main interest rates by a full percentage point as the lowest inflation in almost a decade allowed the central bank’s third consecutive reduction to spur investment without dimming the allure of the world’s best carry trade.
Zimbabwe’s inflation makes it hard to keep track of cost of living
Stung by the country’s spiraling inflation, Zimbabwe’s government workers took to the streets this week for the first ever police-sectioned march demanding improved wages.
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.

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