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Rates, crates, and Greek misery: The 10 most important economic charts of the week

By Melvin Backman
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The Central Bank of Kenya hiked rates to save the shilling.

Brazil’s inflation kept climbing too, unfortunately.

Russian inflation, on the other hand, continues its welcome descent.

Chinese inflation rose for consumers, but producers saw their 39th straight month of deflation.


America’s trade deficit grew a bit, but what’s up with oil equipment exports?

Taiwan’s exports are falling.

A lot more money is flowing into Japan these days.

Germany had another record trade surplus.

Greek misery

Greek entered its 28th month of deflation…

…and its 34th month of unemployment above 25%.

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