Retail inflation probably breached RBI target in December; rising onion prices contributed to surge: Report
Last month, onion prices—an important food in households—soared tenfold, contributing to a surge in food inflation that has picked up steadily since March
Inflation surged to a 12-month high in September, but won't 'bring tears' to Reserve Bank of India, says poll
The 4-9 October poll of over 40 economists predicted India’s annual consumer inflation rose to 3.7% in September, its highest in a year
The RBI Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) reduced repo rate by 25 basis points on Friday to 5.15 percent and decided to maintain an accommodative stance
Sensex rises over 100 points ahead of TCS, Infosys quarterly results, release of key macroeconomic data
The 30-share index was trading 106.69 points or 0.28 percent higher at 38,713.70. The gauge had ended 21.66 points, or 0.06 percent, higher at 38,607.01 in its previous session
Inflation likely picked up in February, but well below RBI target due to modest rise in food, fuel prices, finds survey
An overwhelming majority of economists polled predicted inflation would average below 3 percent, with forecasts ranging from 2.15 percent to 3.20 percent.
RBI may hold rates till March; likely to go for measured hikes in FY'20 on rising inflation, says DBS report
The RBI will hold the rates for the remainder of the fiscal ending March 2019 and is likely to go for "measured hikes" in FY20 as inflation inches up, Singaporean lender DBS has said
India house prices to rise at half the rate of consumer price inflation in 2019; Delhi will be hit hardest: Poll
House prices have risen at almost double-digit rates for over a decade in a country of 1.3 billion people, where for many, owning a home is still a dream.
The correction in NBFCs is a testimony of the change in sector dynamics.
Rupee to trade near record low over coming year hampered by high oil prices; trade tensions hurt emerging markets
Rupee has lost over 7 percent this year, with worries over the US-China trade conflict pushing it to a new record low of 69.122 against the dollar in July, making it the worst performing Asian currency.
Falling rupee, surging oil prices push retail inflation to five-month high of 5% in June; RBI may raise rates in August
June was the eighth straight month in which inflation was higher than the RBI’s medium-term target of 4 percent.
May retail inflation likely hit a four-month high to 4.83 percent on oil price surge, say economists
Mounting price pressure is a concern for the RBI, with its own projections for inflation raised compared with the ones made in May.
January saw annual consumer inflation of 5.1 percent, off the December figure of 5.2 percent, which was the highest rate in 17 months.
The debate on the re-emergence of macro stability risks has intensified owing to the rising headline inflation, widening trade deficit and also the widening the fiscal deficit targets for both the current and next fiscals.
Inflation was 1.46 percent in June - the slowest pace since the government started releasing retail inflation data in January 2012 based on combined data for rural and urban consumers.
The consumer price index, the main policy target of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), likely rose 1.87 percent in July from a year earlier, according to a Reuters poll of economists, compared with an increase of 1.54 percent in June
Market rally decoded: Why once 'fragile' India is getting thumbs up from foreign institutional investors
India's financial markets are rallying and the country's bonds are in demand, offering some of the best inflation-adjusted returns in Asia.
Why central pay commission should revise salary scales every year, remove clutch of allowances for efficient pay system
Having even 100 such allowances takes up a lot of administrative time as very often these allowances are provided on provision of sufficient proof of the same
The Reserve Bank warned of fiscal situation getting out of hand if states unabatedly continue to waive farm loans saying it also risk spurring inflation.
If one looks at the CPI numbers closely, the major part of decline has come from decline in prices of vegetable and food items.
Retail inflation, measured in terms of Consumer Price Index (CPI), was at 3.41 percent in December.