KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia’s consumer price index (CPI) rose 4% from a year earlier in October, government data showed on Friday.
The rise was slightly faster than the 3.9% growth predicted by 20 economists in a Reuters poll. In September, the index had risen by 4.5%.
- Malaysia’s September exports 30.1% y-o-y, lower than forecast
- Taiwan exports likely contracted again in October- Reuters poll
- Taiwan October export orders likely contracted again, but at slower pace- Reuters poll
- China’s August exports misses import growth forecast
- All eyes on wages and employment data