India's core consumer inflation seen around 4.9-5.1 pct in April | Reuters

MUMBAI India's annualised core consumer price inflation has accelerated to around 4.9-5.1 percent in April, from 4.6-4.8 percent in March, a snap Reuters survey of five analysts showed on Thursday. Data earlier showed that annual consumer price inflation has increased to a stronger-than-expected 5.39 percent in April compared with 4.83 percent in the previous month. (Reporting by Neha Dasgupta, Abhirup Roy, and Aastha Agnihotri; Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips)

Reuters May 12, 2016 23:30:12 IST
India's core consumer inflation seen around 4.9-5.1 pct in April
| Reuters

Indias core consumer inflation seen around 4951 pct in April
 Reuters

MUMBAI India's annualised core consumer price inflation has accelerated to around 4.9-5.1 percent in April, from 4.6-4.8 percent in March, a snap Reuters survey of five analysts showed on Thursday.

Data earlier showed that annual consumer price inflation has increased to a stronger-than-expected 5.39 percent in April compared with 4.83 percent in the previous month.


(Reporting by Neha Dasgupta, Abhirup Roy, and Aastha Agnihotri; Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips)

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