The consumers price index is down on most major foodstuffs.
The trade war has shifted attention to the China's natural gas imports and how tariffs could impact them.
Fixed asset investment growth decreased to a YTD low
Retail spending is down and this doesn't bode well for China.
PMI for large enterprises has increased
The CPEC is set to overhaul Pakistan's infrastructure, yet it should change trade between the two countries as well.
Metals may be getting stronger, but employment numbers to get metals out of the ground are declining
SHIBOR is trending higher from previous months
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Consumer inflation and pressure woes from Reuters. What are your takeaways?