WPI Inflation

Wholesale inflation slips, but vegetable prices rise in April; will RBI cut rates?

Even as retail inflation picked up, wholesale inflation slipped in April on cheaper fuel and manufactured items official data  showed Tuesday. Wholesale price-based inflation stood down at 3.07 per cent last month as against

Wholesale inflation slips, but vegetable prices rise in April; will RBI cut rates?

Govt to come out with updated IIP, WPI indices by year-end

Government will come out with revised IIP and WPI indices by the end of this year with a new base year of 2011-12 in order to make them more representative of the changing economic scenario.

Govt to come out with updated IIP, WPI indices by year-end

Time for a reality check on growth

The NDA government is starting its third year. It has had the unenviable task of reviving growth and return it to its 8% potential.

Time for a reality check on growth

Good monsoon to send encouraging signals for inflation, growth

According to the research report, after two successive years of drought, the prediction of above normal monsoon will bring cheers to every sphere of the economy.

Good monsoon to send encouraging signals for inflation, growth

WPI falls for 17th straight month in March

Wholesale Price Index (WPI) for the month of March was reported at (-)0.85% as compared to -0.91% in February. March core inflation stands at (-)1.1% versus (-)1.6% in February.

WPI falls for 17th straight month in March

WPI inflation in Feb at (-)0.91 per cent, falls for 16th straight month

Although a deflation in manufactured and fuel products narrowed in February, compared with the previous month, a fall in primary food inflation helped keep the WPI inflation almost the the January level.

WPI inflation in Feb at (-)0.91 per cent, falls for 16th straight month

India Inc reiterates rate cut demand as inflation remains negative

Deflationary pressure persisted for 15th month in a row, with WPI inflation slipping again, reversing its four-month trend to (-)0.9 per cent in January as food articles and vegetables turned cheaper.

India Inc reiterates rate cut demand as inflation remains negative

WPI inflation falls for 14th straight month in Dec to -0.73 per cent, food inflation rises

Wholesale price inflation touched -0.73 per cent in December--retreating from -1.99 per cent recorded in the previous month but still remaining in the negative zone for 14 months in a row--mainly on a rise in food prices.

WPI inflation falls for 14th straight month in Dec to -0.73 per cent, food inflation rises

No reason to panic on export scenario: Commerce ministry

The country’s export scenario isn’t as bad as it looks on the surface. Barring oil, and gems and jewellery exports, where raw material prices have plunged drastically...

At -3.81%, WPI inflation remains in negative zone

The latest WPI data is also reflective of persisting weak demand conditions in the economy, analysts said

WPI Inflation at (-)3.81% in Oct; pulses, onion expensive

WPI inflation at (-)3.81 per cent in October. Food prices, however, rose 2.44 percent year-on-year for the same month.

WPI Inflation at (-)3.81% in Oct; pulses, onion expensive

WPI inflation remains in -ve zone for eleven months in a row

Wholesale price inflation touched -4.54% year-on-year in September — having clawed back from the record low of -4.95% in August but still remained in the negative zone...

Wholesale price inflation (-) 4.54% in September; food inflation inches up

Wholesale Price Inflation continued to remain in the negative territory for the eleventh straight month, at -4.54% in September, but slightly higher than the -4.95% in August.

Wholesale price inflation (-) 4.54% in September; food inflation inches up

Keeping inflation low is key to growth: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan

Under pressure to cut interest rates to lower cost of capital, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said keeping inflation low is the key task for sustainable economic growth of the country.

Keeping inflation low is key to growth: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan

Wholesale price inflation touches -4.95% in August

Deflationary trend continued for the 10th month in a row with inflation plunging to a historic low of (-)4.95 per cent in August on cheaper fuel and vegetables, putting pressure on RBI to cut interest rate.

Wholesale price inflation touches -4.95% in August
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