The week begins with a trip to Beijing by Larry Summers, chief economic adviser to US President Barack Obama. On Tuesday consumer prices will come into focus – as a series of economic data from Russia, Ukraine and other CEE countries begin to be released. Soaring grain prices are threatening to create a food inflation spike in many parts of the world. The week ends with trade data from China – a key indicator of both domestic and global growth. Read more
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