China’s Central Bank Ups Rates Again

China’s central bank increased interest rates on Tuesday for the fourth time since October, raising suspicions that data next week may show inflation rose more than expected in March. The increase comes before the European Central Bank is expected to raise its rates on Thursday for the first time since the global financial crisis, showing how inflation is rising to the top of the global policy agenda. – Reuters

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