China's foreign direct investment in October went up 1.2 percent from a year earlier to $8.4 billion, the Ministry of Commerce said Tuesday.
China's new yuan-denominated loans in October came to 506.1 billion yuan ($82.44 billion), an increase of 700 million yuan from the same period last year.
China's consumer price index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, grew 3.2 percent year on year in October, up from 3.1 percent in September.
China's retail sales grew 13 percent year on year to 19.03 trillion yuan ($3.1 trillion) in the first ten months of this year.
China's urban fixed-asset investment expanded 20.1 percent year on year to 35.17 trillion yuan in the Jan-Oct period.
China's industrial production grew faster in October, with industrial value-added output expanding 10.3 percent year on year.
China's producer price index (PPI) fell 1.5 percent in October from the same month last year, the National Bureau of Statistics said Saturday.
Chinese exporting reversed its decline and rose 5.6 percent year-on-year in October to 1.14 trillion yuan ($185.4 billion), customs data showed on Friday.
Purchasing managers' index for the manufacturing sector rose to 51.4 percent in October from a month earlier, hitting a new high since May 2012.
China's service trade grew 13.4 percent year on year in the first nine months of 2013 to reach $390.5 billion, official data showed on Tuesday.
Home prices in China's major cities continued to rise in October despite the government's efforts in cooling the property market.
China's 113 state-owned enterprises administered posted a 14.4-percent increase in net profits in the first three quarters.
China's non-manufacturing PMI reached a 14-month high of 56.3 in October from 55.4 in September, suggesting a stable expansion of domestic demand.
The purchasing managers index for China's non-manufacturing sector rose to 56.3 percent in October, the highest in the last 12 months, confirming the stabilizing trend of the Chinese economy.