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
WPI rises to 7-month high at 2.59% in December from 0.58% in November on hike in onion, potato prices
Among food articles, vegetable prices surged by 69.69 percent mainly on account of onion, which witnessed 455.83 percent jump in prices, followed by potato at 44.97 percent.
Falling GDP, collapsing wholesale prices: Is Indian economy heading to its worst show in September quarter since 2008 global financial crisis?
Indian economy had a shocker when the GDP growth slowed to a 6-year low of 5% in the April-June quarter. Even after that, there is no recovery in sight.
New base year for GDP series to be decided in a few months, govt awaits industries, consumer expenditure surveys
The decision to change the base year (of GDP) would be taken in the next few months, said .
WPI inflation eases to 0.33% in September on fall in prices of non-food articles, fuel rates decline 7.05%
The annual rate of inflation, based on monthly wholesale price index (WPI), was at 5.22% in September 2018.
Inflation based on the Wholesale Price Index was at 2.02% in June this year and 5.27% in July 2018.
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
US ends waiver on Iran oil imports: India must now scout for cheaper oil from other sources to avoid a crisis
Higher oil prices would cause reworking of our economic indicators and policy. Higher prices will immediately impact our trade deficit as the value of imports increases.
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.
Sensex falls over 150 points, Nifty sheds 60 points ahead of key macro data release today; Axis Bank, L&T, Tata Steel stocks fall
Stock market movement will be driven by announcement of macroeconomic data points and quarterly earnings by various companies, including bluechips RIL and Wipro
Toll collections may witness double-digit growth in FY'20 on rise in commercial vehicle sales, WPI: ICRA
Typically, commercial vehicles account for around 65-70 percent of the total vehicular movement on a majority of national highways.
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.
RBI MPC member questions inflation data: Why there is nothing really amiss with the existing CPI methodology
The concept of an inflation index is always going to be contentious in India given that there are varying prices across the country
It is quite possible that non-food WPI and manufacturing will also fall in coming months for two reasons
Food inflation is falling sharply: Good news for urban consumers but not for poor farmers; shows MSP pill hasn’t worked yet
The situation is particularly bad for debt-ridden small farmers with tiny landholdings.
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.
Maybe the oil economics which becomes clearer next month will give final direction for the rupee as well as future inflation.
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.
Wholesale inflation eased in July on account of cheaper food articles, especially fruits and vegetables.
WPI inflation rises to over 4-year high of 5.77% in June on costlier vegetables, fuel; potato price hike at peak of 99%
Inflation in vegetables jumped to 8.12 percent in June, from 2.51 percent in the previous month.