Free Press Journal
  • EMIs to stay high as bankers see no rate cuts this fiscal

    Mumbai : Bankers said there is little chance of a rate cut in remainder part of the current fiscal as the Reserve Bank kept key policy rates unchanged except cut in SLR in its bi-monthly monetary policy review.

  • Monetary Policy: RBI likely to keep interest rate unchanged

    New Delhi :  Amid fears of poor monsoon impacting food inflation, the Reserve Bank may opt for status quo on interest rate in its bi-monthly monetary policy review to be unveiled on Tuesday.

  • Inflation to moderate in coming months: Mayaram

    New Delhi: Inflation will moderate in the coming months but the country would need to bridge the demand- supply gap of essential food items to keep prices under check in the long run, said Economic Affairs Secretary Arvind Mayaram.

  • Inflation soars to eight-month high of 7 percent

    New Delhi: India’s headline inflation based on wholesale prices jumped to 7 percent in October, the highest level in eight months, due to higher prices of fuel, food and manufactured goods, government data showed Thursday.

  • India’s inflation falls to 3-year low at 5.96 percent

    New Delhi: India’s wholesale price based inflation fell below six percent for the first time in more than three years as prices of manufactured and primary articles eased, government data showed Monday.

  • Fuel, food push inflation to 6.84 percent in February

    New Delhi:  India’s wholesale price-based inflation rose to 6.84 percent in February as compared to 6.62 percent in the previous month due to a sharp increase in fuel, food and vegetables prices, the government data showed Thursday.

  • Himachal High Court sets up panel on drug prices

    Shimla: Concerned over “inflated” prices of some life-saving drugs, the Himachal Pradesh High Court has constituted a committee of experts to guide the court on availability of cheap medicines.