Emerging-Market Inflation Rebounds From 8-Year Low: Chart

Consumer-price growth in developing economies rose to 3.3 percent in August from a post-crisis low of 3 percent the previous month, amid an uptick in food prices. Inflation has reached its trough but won’t exceed 3.5 percent over the next year, according to analysts at Capital Economics Ltd. Subdued price pressures suggest more emerging-market central banks will cut interest rates than raise them in coming months, offsetting tighter U.S. monetary policy, according to the London-based research firm.

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