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Inflation, growth, and feelings: The 10 most important economic charts of the week

By Melvin Backman
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The Federal Reserve’s favorite inflation gauge is holding steady

Japanese inflation is still falling, although other parts of the economy are looking better

Nigeria’s foreign exchange reserves are dwindling again, and its central bank is imposing tighter currency controls


Chinese exports aren’t falling as quickly, but Chinese imports are falling faster

Colombia’s persistent trade deficit grew a bit more

American GDP growth wasn’t as bad as people thought it was going to be

France confirmed GDP growth is looking better than people thought it was going to be

Brazilian unemployment continues to rise


German businesses are feeling a little gloomier

South Korean consumers are scared because of the MERS outbreak

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