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Economy Week Ahead: Inflation and Inventories in Focus

Economists estimate that consumer prices moderated in July and wholesalers’ inventories rose modestly



U.S. labor productivity is expected to have declined for the second straight quarter as higher compensation costs weigh on the efficiency of the labor force.

China could report higher inflation due to rising pork and vegetable prices, economists estimated. China’s National Bureau of Statistics is expected to report that suppliers’ prices eased in July.


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