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Stock rebound not a relief rally as China data lifts mood

Uptick in Beijing's producer prices often spurs more optimistic economic data in the US and Europe

Bundles of copper cathode sheets in Congo ready to be loaded and sent out to buyers. Prices of the commodity have risen roughly 20 per cent since their second-quarter low.


THE risk rally's back on and most of the credit's going to easing of concern around Hurricane Irma and North Korea. There's likely more to it than that.

Consider the latest price data from China. They indicated a surge in inflation that suggests global growth is on the march...

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