A worker stands in front of an electronic screen showing stock prices and economic data in Shanghai. Chinese stocks fell in early trading on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE A worker stands in front of an electronic screen showing stock prices and economic data in Shanghai. Chinese stocks fell in early trading on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE
A worker stands in front of an electronic screen showing stock prices and economic data in Shanghai. Chinese stocks fell in early trading on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE

China stocks slip amid looming stagflation risk after producer inflation accelerates to 26-year high

  • Producer prices jumped 10.7 per cent year on year in September, the fastest pace since November 1995, National Bureau of Statistics data showed
  • Shanghai Composite Index closed 0.1 per cent lower, while the broader CSI 300 Index eased 0.3 per cent

Topic |   Hong Kong stock market
A worker stands in front of an electronic screen showing stock prices and economic data in Shanghai. Chinese stocks fell in early trading on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE A worker stands in front of an electronic screen showing stock prices and economic data in Shanghai. Chinese stocks fell in early trading on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE
A worker stands in front of an electronic screen showing stock prices and economic data in Shanghai. Chinese stocks fell in early trading on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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