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Wholesale inflation spikes to nine-month high of 3.1%; impact of rise in fuel cost, manufactured food products
Business

Wholesale inflation spikes to nine-month high of 3.1%; impact of rise in fuel cost, manufactured food products

Wholesale inflation has spiked to 3.1 percent in January from 2.59 percent in the previous month on higher fuel cost and price rise in manufactured products, as per government data released on Friday

Inflation in 2018: Data shows price rise within comfort zone, but farmers hit due to low prices for agri produce
Business

Inflation in 2018: Data shows price rise within comfort zone, but farmers hit due to low prices for agri produce

The latest data puts retail inflation for November at the year's lowest level of 2.33%, mainly due to low prices of food articles, coupled with deflation in some agricultural products—which is a good news for consumers as well as the government and the RBI.

Wholesale inflation eases to 5.09 percent in July on cheaper food articles, shows govt data
Business

Wholesale inflation eases to 5.09 percent in July on cheaper food articles, shows govt data

Wholesale inflation eased in July on account of cheaper food articles, especially fruits and vegetables.

Wholesale price inflation falls to 2.6% in September as food items soften
Business

Wholesale price inflation falls to 2.6% in September as food items soften

Wholesale price index (WPI), had soared to a four-month high of 3.24 percent in August 2017

WPI inflation rises sharply to 1.88% in July; vegetable prices up 21.16% vs 22% decline in June
Business

WPI inflation rises sharply to 1.88% in July; vegetable prices up 21.16% vs 22% decline in June

Wholesale inflation rose in July as prices of some commodities increased in the first month of Goods and Services Tax (GST) rollout

July retail inflation seen picking up for first time in four months
Business

July retail inflation seen picking up for first time in four months

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

WPI inflation in May cools to 5-month low of 2.17%; vegetable prices down 18.51%
Business

WPI inflation in May cools to 5-month low of 2.17%; vegetable prices down 18.51%

The index basket of the new series has a total of 697 items, including 117 for primary articles, 16 for fuel and power and 564 for manufactured products.

WPI inflation spikes to 39-month high of 6.55% in February on surge in food rates
Business

WPI inflation spikes to 39-month high of 6.55% in February on surge in food rates

According to the official data released today, food prices witnessed a sharp rise by 2.69 percent in February as compared to a deceleration by 0.56 percent in the previous month.

WPI inflation hits 23-month high of 3.55% in July
Business

WPI inflation hits 23-month high of 3.55% in July

Wholesale inflation soared to a 23-month high of 3.55 per cent in July as vegetables, pulses and sugar turned costlier.

WPI inflation at 0.79% in May, vegetable prices soar
Business

WPI inflation at 0.79% in May, vegetable prices soar

Rising for the second straight month, wholesale price-based inflation jumped to 0.79 per cent in May with vegetable prices witnessing a double-digit growth.

Not food but fuel costs save the day: July WPI eases to 5-month low at 5.19%
Economy

Not food but fuel costs save the day: July WPI eases to 5-month low at 5.19%

India's wholesale price inflation in July eased to a five-month low of 5.19 percent, helped mainly by a moderation in fuel costs, government data showed on Thursday.<br />

June WPI eases to 4-month low of 5.43% but inflation could still play party pooper for BJP
Economy

June WPI eases to 4-month low of 5.43% but inflation could still play party pooper for BJP

Just over a month into the office, the Narendra Modi government seems to be very fortunate. There is good news all over. The stock market is hitting record highs, business sentiment is buoyant, wholesale price inflation has eased to a four month low and there are even credible signs of revival in economy.<br />