The inflation based on wholesale price index (WPI) eased to 1 percent in March from 2.26 percent in February on a sharp fall in food prices in the country
Wholesale price index (WPI) based inflation softened to 2.26 percent in February on the back of cheaper foods and vegetables, government data showed on Monday
Wholesale prices based inflation rose to 0.58 percent in November, as against 0.16 percent in October due to increase in prices of food articles
WPI inflation eases to 40-month low of 0.16% in October on subdued prices of non-food and manufactured products
Wholesale prices based inflation eased further to 40-month low of 0.16 percent in October, as against 0.33 percent in September due to subdued prices of non-food articles and fall in prices of manufactured items, government data showed on Thursday
Wholesale price-based inflation was unchanged at 1.08 percent in August even as prices of food items rose, government data showed on Monday
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WPI inflation eases to near 2-year low at 2.02% in June, prices of vegetables, fuel and power decline
Wholesale price-based inflation declined for the second consecutive month to its 23-month low of 2.02 percent in June, helped by a decline in prices of vegetables as well as fuel and power items, according to official data released on Monday
Wholesale price-based inflation slipped to 22-month low at 2.45 percent in May helped by falling prices of food articles, fuel and power items, according to an official data released on Friday
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Wholesale price-based inflation slipped to 3.07 percent in April on cheaper fuel and manufactured items, even as prices of food articles remained high, according to an official data released on Tuesday
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Retail inflation slows to 18-month low of 2.19% in December on decline in vegetables, fuel prices; meat, pulses rate up
The rate of price rise in vegetables, fruits and protein-rich eggs continued to decline.
WPI inflation at 8-month low of 3.80% in December on softening fuel, food prices; vegetables witness deflation at 17.55%
The Wholesale Price Index (WPI)-based inflation stood at 4.64 percent in November, 2018, and 3.58 percent in December 2017.
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The Wholesale Price Index (WPI)-based inflation stood was 5.28 percent in October and 4.02 percent in November last year.
It is quite possible that non-food WPI and manufacturing will also fall in coming months for two reasons
WPI inflation rises to four month-high of 5.28% in October on spike in petrol, diesel rates; food prices soften
The Wholesale Price Index (WPI)-based inflation stood at 5.13 percent in September and 3.68 percent in October last year.
WPI inflation rises to two-month high of 5.13% in September on hardening of food prices, increase in fuel cost
Inflation based on wholesale prices rose to a two-month high of 5.13 percent in September, mainly due to hardening of food prices and rise in cost of petrol and diesel.
Petrol, diesel prices reduced by Rs 2.50: Duty rates have been cut on fuel, but how long can this be sustained?
This is a gamble which the government has taken because if prices move up further, it would not be possible to sustain these reductions as both the Centre and states are walking the tight fiscal rope
Deflation in vegetables was 20.18 percent in August, as against 14.07 percent in the previous month.