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China's consumer inflation faster than expected

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China's consumer price index rose slightly more than expected in April, while wholesale prices extended their fall, sending Chinese stock indexes down from their pre-market levels
The April CPI showed a gain of 2.4% from a year earlier, led by a 4% rise in food prices, the National Bureau of Statistics said Thursday
The gain was more than March's 2.1%, though below February's spike of 3.2%
A survey of economists by Dow Jones Newswires had yielded a 2.2% forecast, while a Reuters poll had called for a 2.3% advance
The producer price index, meanwhile, fell by the most since October, dropping 2.6% against a decline of 1.9% in March
Both Reuters and Dow Jones Newswires had tipped a 2.3% drop
Chinese shares lost ground after the numbers, which would tend to reduce the odds of Beijing maintaining a loose monetary policy

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