China’s Inflation Grows as Chill Boosts Food Prices

China’s inflation accelerated more than forecast to a seven-month high as the nation’s coldest winter in 28 years pushed up vegetable prices, a pickup that may limit room for easing to support an economic recovery.
Why the RBA Will Leave Rates Unchanged: Lakos
43:39 - Macquarie's Martin Lakos explains why he thinks the Reserve Bank of Australia will leave rates unchanged. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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