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Retail inflation jumps to 5.52% in March; factory output contracts 3.6% in February
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Retail inflation jumps to 5.52% in March; factory output contracts 3.6% in February

The manufacturing sector — which constitutes 77.63 percent of the IIP — declined by 3.7 percent in February 2021, as per NSO data

Retail inflation rises to 5.52% in March due to higher food prices, shows govt data
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Retail inflation rises to 5.52% in March due to higher food prices, shows govt data

The rate of price rise in the food basket accelerated to 4.94 percent in March from 3.87 percent in the preceding month, as per data released by the NSO

GDP growth slows to nearly 7-year low at 4.7% in Q3 on poor performance by manufacturing, construction sectors
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GDP growth slows to nearly 7-year low at 4.7% in Q3 on poor performance by manufacturing, construction sectors

GDP at Constant (2011-12) prices in Q3 of 2019-20 is estimated at Rs 36.65 lakh crore, as against Rs 35 lakh crore in Q3 of 2018-19, showing a growth rate of 4.7 percent," the NSO said.

Retail inflation surges to over 5-year high of 7.35% in December, surpasses RBI's comfort level
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Retail inflation surges to over 5-year high of 7.35% in December, surpasses RBI's comfort level

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

Economic slowdown fallout: GDP growth estimated to drop to 5% in FY20 on deceleration in manufacturing sector
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Economic slowdown fallout: GDP growth estimated to drop to 5% in FY20 on deceleration in manufacturing sector

The Indian economy is estimated to grow at 5 percent in 2019-20 as against 6.8 percent in the previous fiscal, according to government data

Q2 GDP at 4.5%: With record-low nominal growth at 6.1%, economy is slipping to deeper pain; forget the $5-trillion target
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Q2 GDP at 4.5%: With record-low nominal growth at 6.1%, economy is slipping to deeper pain; forget the $5-trillion target

India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the July-September quarter has come at 4.5 percent, the lowest growth in at least six-and-half years or in 26 quarters and even worse than the first quarter when the economy grew at 5 percent

Q2 GDP growth plunges to over six-year low at 4.5% on deceleration in manufacturing, agriculture, construction sector
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Q2 GDP growth plunges to over six-year low at 4.5% on deceleration in manufacturing, agriculture, construction sector

India's GDP growth dropped to a six-and-half-years (26-quarter) low of 4.5 percent in the July-September quarter of 2019-20 due to a sharp deceleration in the manufacturing sector and sluggish agriculture, construction sector output, according to official data released on Friday

Centre not to release consumer expenditure survey due to data quality issues; to soon unveil base year for new series of GDP
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Centre not to release consumer expenditure survey due to data quality issues; to soon unveil base year for new series of GDP

A media report has claimed the consumer expenditure survey was approved to be released on 19 June this year but was withheld by the government agency owing to its "adverse" findings

Around 12.19 lakh new jobs created in June; gross enrolments at 1.49 cr in 2018-19: ESIC payroll data
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Around 12.19 lakh new jobs created in June; gross enrolments at 1.49 cr in 2018-19: ESIC payroll data

Around 12.19 lakh jobs were created in June, lower than 12.88 lakh added in the previous month, according to the latest payroll data from the Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC)

Around 12.66 lakh new jobs created in May, tad higher than 11.15 lakh in April: ESIC payroll data
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Around 12.66 lakh new jobs created in May, tad higher than 11.15 lakh in April: ESIC payroll data

Around 12.66 lakh jobs were created in May, a tad higher than 11.15 lakh jobs in April this year, the Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) payroll data showed