Consumer prices in China gained 0.6% in November from a year earlier following a decline by 0.5%, while it was expected to rise 0.4%. Producer prices fell 2.1% less than the previous decline by 5.8%, and it came better than forecasts saying it will drop 2.4%.

On the other hand, the yearly purchasing price index came in at -3.6% in November compared with a previous -8.4%, and it came higher the forecasted 4.0%.