TAKE A LOOK-Asia inflation: Singapore inflation eases in December

Thu Jan 23, 2014 12:04pm IST

Singapore's consumer price index rose 1.5 percent in December from a year
earlier, easing from an eight-month high of 2.6 percent in November, after the
prices of car permits fell from a year ago.
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  DECEMBER
> Singapore Dec inflation eases to +1.5 pct y/y   
> Malaysia inflation jumps, government feels heat   
> Australia inflation spikes, limits rates scope  
> NZ Q4 CPI ticks up, puts Jan rate hike in view  
> India headline inflation eases to 5-mth low     
> China inflation hit 7-month low in December     
> Philippine inflation at 2-year high of 4.1 pct    
> Bangladesh inflation quickens on political woes 
> Indonesia inflation rate edges up in Dec        
> Thai Dec headline inflation rate 1.67 pct       
> S.Korea annual CPI change +1.1 pct in Dec       
    
  NOVEMBER
> India Nov retail inflation at 11.24 pct y/y     
> Bangladesh inflation picks up as protests mount   
> Philippine cbank sees brief inflation burst     
> Pakistan inflation picks up to 10.9 pct         
> Thailand Nov headline rate rises to 1.92 pct    
> Indonesia inflation up slightly to 8.37 pct y/y 
> S.Korea inflation pace quickens to 0.9 pct y/y  
       
  OCTOBER
> Philippine Oct inflation at 7-mth high            
> Taiwan Oct inflation 0.64 pct y/y, core 0.16 pct   
> Thai annual inflation at 1.46 pct in October    
> Indonesia Oct inflation at 8.32 pct y/y         
> S.Korean inflation at slowest in 14 years       
> Bangladesh inflation eases to 7.03 pct y/y      
    
  SEPTEMBER
> Japan CPI another signal deflation exit nearing 
> NZ Q3 inflation quickens to 2-year high         
> Singapore inflation lower than expected         
> India WPI inflation surges, rate hike seen      
> China inflation at 7-mth high on food prices    
> Bangladesh inflation eases in September         
> Taiwan Sept CPI rises to highest since April    
> Philippine inflation hits 3-mth high of 2.7 pct 
> Thai Sept inflation eases to 1.42 pct           
> Indonesia has lower m/m prices, trade surplus   
> S. Korea data suggests subdued growth momentum  
    
  AUGUST
> Japan inflation at 5-yr high, wage gains needed  
> Singapore inflation picks up for 4th month       
> India Aug WPI at 6-mth high as food prices soar   
> India Aug CPI eases marginally to 9.52 pct y/y    
> China Aug inflation sign of stabilising economy 
> Philippine Aug inflation eases to 4 yr low      
> Taiwan CPI eases in August                      
> Thai inflation eases to 1.59 pct y/y            
> Indonesia inflation in Aug 8.79 pct y/y         
   
  JULY
> Japan consumer inflation hits 5-yr high         
> Malaysia inflation edges up to 2.0 pct            
> India headline inflation spikes to 5-month high 
> India July CPI inflation slows to 9.64 pct y/y   
> China inflation steady, policy seen neutral     
> Philippine July inflation at weakest in 4 yr    
> Korea's July CPI rises to 5-month high          
            
  JUNE
> Japan CPI rises, but BOJ goal still a tall order   
> China inflation picks up, producer prices slid    
>Indonesia inflation below f'cast;July seen faster 
> Thai June inflation steady at 2.25 pct          
> Vietnam annual inflation at 6.69 pct in June    
    
  MAY
> Japan CPI stops falling, labour market improves 
> Malaysia May inflation rate at 1.8 pct y/y      
> India WPI eases but weak FX to stay RBI's hand  
> India CPI eases to 9.31 pct, still running hot   
> China May inflation up 2.1 pct, below forecast  
> Bangladesh inflation eases, could rebound soon      
> Philippine May inflation steady at 2.6 pct y/y  
> Taiwan inflation rate at 15-month low in May    
> Indonesia May inflation eases to 5.47 pct y/y   
> Thai May inflation at 2.27 pct, below f'cast    
> Pakistan inflation eases to 5.13 pct y/y        
    
  APRIL
> Singapore inflation cools even as GDP surprises 
> India inflation back in comfort zone after 3 yrs 
> China Apr inflation picks up, factory prices dip 
> Philippine Apr CPI at 2.6 pct yr/yr, 13-mth low   
> Taiwan April CPI +1.04 pct y/y, a 14-month low  
> Indonesia April inflation eases to 5.57 pct y/y 
> Thai April inflation slips to 2.42 pct y/y      
> BOJ in credibility test as core CPI falls again   
> Vietnam April annual inflation 6.61 pct y/y       
   
  MARCH 2013
> Australia Q1 core consumer prices up 0.3 pct y/y  
> China March CPI eases, factory prices stubborn  
> Philippine inflation slows to 3.2 percent y/y   
> Weak Korea CPI data reinforce case for stimulus 
> Indonesia March inflation reaches 5.9 pct y/y   
> Thai March inflation slips but no rate cut seen 
> Vietnam March inflation eases to 6.64 pct y/y   
         
  
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