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Core inflation accelerated to 6.6% y/y, from 6.3% in August
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US inflation still high despite third consecutive drop

14th October 2022
Core inflation accelerated to 6.6% y/y, from 6.3% in August
It has been declining for 14 months straight
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CEIC Leading Indicator: Euro Area is on a clear path to recession

6th October 2022
It has been declining for 14 months straight
For Q3 2022, we forecast that the annual GDP growth rate will rebound to 1.31% y/y
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CEIC's Brazil GDP Nowcast: Q2 annual growth rate to slow down to a 2020 low

30th August 2022
For Q3 2022, we forecast that the annual GDP growth rate will rebound to 1.31% y/y
This is the lowest monthly increase since December 2021
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US retail sales almost unchanged in July

18th August 2022
This is the lowest monthly increase since December 2021
Among the 8 components, transportation and communications continued to post the highest y/y increase of 6.1%
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China consumer price index up by 2.7% y/y in July 2022

10th August 2022
Among the 8 components, transportation and communications continued to post the highest y/y increase of 6.1%
July marked another month of declining vehicle sales in the US, as they dropped by 11.3% y/y
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CEIC Leading Indicator for the US lowest in two years

9th August 2022
July marked another month of declining vehicle sales in the US, as they dropped by 11.3% y/y
The monetary policy committee took note of the deteriorating global economy and a steady recovery in domestic demand
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India’s policy rate rises by 50bps as greater upside risks to inflation emerge

5th August 2022
The monetary policy committee took note of the deteriorating global economy and a steady recovery in domestic demand
The turnaround was driven by an improvement in domestic demand
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India’s manufacturing PMI rises sharply to 56.4 in July 2022

2nd August 2022
The turnaround was driven by an improvement in domestic demand