The government did not release the April CPI inflation data on Tuesday as the nationwide lockdown prevented officials from collecting price data at various centres
Coronavirus Outbreak: Economists expect retail inflation to spike in April due to nationwide lockdown
Economists on Monday termed the ease in March CPI inflation to a four-month low of 5.1 percent as a misplaced sense of improvement because the impact of lockdown on food prices will be felt in April
Retail inflation cools first time after six months to 6.58% in February on easing of vegetable prices
Retail inflation dropped for the first time after six months in February, easing to 6.58 percent as prices of vegetables and other kitchen items cooled, government data showed on Thursday
Retail inflation slows to 6.58% in February on easing food prices; industrial production grows 2% in January
Retail inflation slowed to 6.58 percent in February over the previous month mainly due to easing food prices, government data showed on Thursday
Retail inflation likely hit near six-year high at 7.40% in January, says poll; official data to be out on 12 February
Indian retail inflation likely rose to a near six-year peak in January as food prices stayed high, according to a small majority of economists in a <em>Reuters</em> poll, which may persuade the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to keep interest rates on hold in the coming months
Retail inflation rose to about five-and-half year high of 7.35 percent in December 2019, surpassing the RBI's comfort level, mainly due to spiralling prices of vegetables as onions were selling costlier
Retail inflation rose significantly to over three-year high of 5.54 percent in November, mainly on account of higher food prices
RBI policy: Central bank’s pessimistic GDP growth forecast, rate pause put ball in Narendra Modi govt’s court
The RBI has already cut the rates by a cumulative 135 basis points (bps) so far.
Headline inflation is bound to rise further to 5 percent for November, but despite the pinch in price rise, the Reserve Bank will go for two consecutive rate cuts on growth concerns, a report said on Thursday
Surplus rainfall in August and September is likely to keep food and vegetable prices elevated going forward, and retail inflation may average at around 4 percent in FY20, an SBI research report said
Retail inflation spiked to 14-month high at 3.99 percent in September mainly due to higher prices of food items, government data showed on Monday.
WPI inflation at 39-month low of 0.33% in September: Near zero wholesale prices offer more bad news to a slowdown-hit economy
Wholesale price inflation (WPI) nearing zero means companies are beginning to lose pricing power and deflationary fears are looming over the economy
Rates have been cut, debt funds have emerged as a viable alternative, FDs are losing the tax game and they provide limited flexibility.
RBI likely to reduce repo rates by 25 bps on 4 October amid weak economic activity, benign inflation: Goldman Sachs
The RBI is expected to go for a further rate cut in the ensuing monetary policy review meet amid weak economic activity and benign inflation, Goldman Sachs said in a report on Monday
Retail inflation eased marginally in July to 3.15 percent over the previous month despite costlier food items, said a government data released on Tuesday evening
Retail inflation likely edged up to nine-month high in July on rise in food prices: Economists' poll
India’s retail inflation rose for the sixth straight month in July - the longest stretch of monthly increases since January 2016 - to a nine-month high, largely due to a continued rise in food prices, a Reuters poll predicted
Retail inflation rises eight-month high to 3.18% in June on higher food prices; IIP growth slows to 3.1% in May
Retail inflation rate hit an eight-month high in June on higher food prices, the government said on Friday, but stayed below the RBI’s medium-term target of 4 percent for an eleventh straight month
Retail inflation likely hit seven-month high in May on rising food prices; still below RBI target: Poll
India’s retail inflation likely accelerated to a seven-month high in May on rising food prices, but it is expected to remain well below the Reserve Bank of India’s target, giving it room to ease policy further, a Reuters poll found
Modinomics underpins need for leader who can deliver political stability, economic development, argues BJP economist
The sheer pace of Modinomics, versus the laxity of Manmohanomics, is evident from the fact that of the 23 IITs in India, in 71 years of independent India, 30 percent were set up in just two years by the Modi dispensation!
If the forecast is realised, March will be the eighth month in a row with below-target inflation, giving the RBI room to squeeze in another rate cut this year.