Charting the Markets: China Disappoints for a Second Day
There's more China data to digest, and the answer could be more central bank support for the world's second largest economy. Consumer price gains slowed in September from a year earlier, rising 1.6 percent. Producer prices sank 5.9 percent, the 43rd month of declines. Attention now turns to Monday's gross domestic product data, which is forecast to show an expansion of 6.8 percent, below the government's 7 percent target. After nine days of gains, global stocks are falling for a second session.
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