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Weekly CPI Rises For Second Consecutive Week

RUSSIA
  • RUSSIA YTD CONSUMER PRICES RISE 10.4% IN OCT. 3 WEEK (BBG)
  • RUSSIA CONSUMER PRICES RISE 0.07% W/W IN OCT. 3 WEEK (BBG)
  • Weekly consumer prices in Russia rose for the second week running, data published on Wednesday showed, after nearly three months of weekly deflation and as the central bank appears to have finished its interest rate-cutting cycle at 7.5%. (RTRS)
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  • RUSSIA YTD CONSUMER PRICES RISE 10.4% IN OCT. 3 WEEK (BBG)
  • RUSSIA CONSUMER PRICES RISE 0.07% W/W IN OCT. 3 WEEK (BBG)
  • Weekly consumer prices in Russia rose for the second week running, data published on Wednesday showed, after nearly three months of weekly deflation and as the central bank appears to have finished its interest rate-cutting cycle at 7.5%. (RTRS)