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Reversal in monetary policy only when inflation is down: Rangarajan

Dec 29, 2012

Reversal in monetary policy only when inflation is down: Rangarajan

The signal for reversal of monetary policy stand by the Reserve bank will come only when inflation shows definite signs of decline, Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council Chairman C Rangarajan said today. #Inflation #Monetary policy #TheySaidIt #Rangarajan #food price inflation
Why inflation is looking like a lost cause even in 2012

Nov 18, 2011

Why inflation is looking like a lost cause even in 2012

Despite the occasional easing of prices, inflation-busting seems like an uphill task in the next one year #Inflation #oil #food price inflation #PriceWar #energy prices
No food inflation for members of Parliament

Aug 04, 2011

No food inflation for members of Parliament

A veg thali (dal, subzi, 4 chapatis, rice/pulao, curd and salad) costs Rs. 12.50 and a non-veg thali Rs. 22 in the Parliament House Canteen. No wonder our MPs aren't affected by food price inflation. #BuzzPatrol #parliament #food price inflation #canteen

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No food inflation for members of Parliament

Sep 16, 2014

Lower gas, food costs keep US producer prices unchanged in August as inflation remains mild.

A measure of prices that producers receive for their goods and services was unchanged in August, the latest sign that inflation is in check...
No food inflation for members of Parliament

Aug 29, 2014

New test could expose organic food frauds

Slapping on the "organic" label to inflate the price of produce might become a thing of the past thanks to researchers from the Bavarian Health and Food Safety Authority and the Wuerzburg University in Germany, who have developed a high-tech test to ...
No food inflation for members of Parliament

Aug 22, 2014

How TIPS Help A Well Constructed Portfolio

Perhaps one of  the biggest enemies of your investment portfolio is rising inflation. Inflation is when the cost of goods and services you buy rise in price. For example, if a can of Coke costs $1.50 last year and $1.65 this year then that +10% incre...