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US consumer prices edge up in July
Excluding food and energy, which tend to be volatile month on month, core CPI also rose 0.1 per cent, down from 0.2 per cent in June.
NZ dollar steady after dairy prices rise
The kiwi had been rising heading into the dairy auction, and "you got the result so there was some follow through afterwards, but after that it stalled - there's nothing happening around the world until we get the US CPI and Fed minutes much later tonight," said Imre Speizer, senior market strategist at Westpac Banking Corp in Auckland.
China consumer inflation rises to 1.6%
The producer price index - a measure of costs for goods at the factory gate and a leading indicator of the trend for CPI - declined 5.4 per cent in July, the NBS said, compared with a 4.8 per cent retreat in June, and marking the 41st consecutive monthly fall.
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