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Asia’s currencies to weaken even further

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), an economic analysis agency, said Asian currencies are likely to weaken for another quarter after the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) continued to raise interest rates. The EIU expects the Fed to raise rates again in…


Taiwan’s inflation rate at 2.75% in September

According to Taiwan’s Department of Budget, Accounting, and Statistics (DGBAS), inflation in Taiwan increased in September. The Consumer Price Index (CPI), a key measure of inflation, rose to 2.75% year-on-year. A statement from DGBAS said inflation accelerated in September after…

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Survey shows Americans stressed about inflation

The latest survey from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Household Pulse shows that high inflation is making it harder for people to find money for their essential expenses. It is also affecting retirement savings, forcing people to cut back on travel,…

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Ifo pointed out that German companies intend to raise prices

According to the German Institute for Economic Research (Ifo), more and more German companies are planning price increases. This move indicates that inflation is not slowing down. The Ifo inflation forecast for the coming months was 53.5 in September, compared…

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Thailand’s general CPI rose by 6.41% in September

Thai headline inflation slowed in September from the previous month and was lower than expected. However, above-target consumer prices have reinforced expectations of further rate hikes. According to the Department of Commerce, the consumer price index (CPI) rose 6.41% in…

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Inflation in Switzerland slows to 3.3% in September

Switzerland’s consumer price index (CPI) came down to 3.3% on an annual basis in September. However, it is still above the Swiss central bank’s target value of 0-2% for the eighth month in a row. Economists expect the consumer price…

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