South Korea export prices reach new high

Export prices in South Korea jumped 18.6% year-on-year in August, the Bank of Korea said on Tuesday (Sept.14), accelerating from an upwardly revised 17.4% rise in July. It was the fastest rise in export prices since February 2009. Export prices

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German inflation continues to jump in August

Germany’s consumer price inflation rose to 3.9% year-on-year in August, the highest since December 1993 and in line with market expectations, according to a Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) provisional report published on Monday (Aug. 30). The figure was marked an

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China’s annual inflation stands at 1.1% in June

China’s consumer-price inflation moved up 1.1%  in June from a year earlier, slightly lower than economists’ forecast for a 1.2% gain, on the back of falling pork prices, according to a report by the country’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS),

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Phil Lempert warns the surge in food prices is here to stay

One of America’s leading consumer trend-watchers and analysts, Phil Lempert, warns that price spikes for food are here to stay and shoppers shouldn’t expect relief any time soon. “We’re going to continue to see price increases, probably for the next two years or so,” the founder of told Fortune on Thursday (August 12). Prices that Americans pay for



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