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China's consumer price inflation fell to an annual rate of 1.4% in November from 1.6% in October. Analysts had expected inflation to remain at 1.6%. That was the lowest level since November 2009.
This figure boosted hopes of stimulus measures by Chinese government to boost the economic growth.
Investors also speculate that Chinese government could cut interest rates.
Producer pricing index (PPI) in China declined to -2.7% in November from -2.2% in October, missing expectations for a drop to -2.3%. That was the lowest reading since June 2013.
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