inflation

No respite from high inflation till October, may fall from Q3

No respite from high inflation till October, may fall from Q3

The Governor said the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) was of the view that supply chain disruptions on account of the COVID-19 pandemic p...Read More

Rising COVID-19 cases: India's FY21 GDP to contract by 6 per cent

Rising COVID-19 cases: India's FY21 GDP to contract by 6 per cent

Expecting prolonged restrictions in movements due to rising COVID-19 cases, a foreign brokerage has cut India's FY21 GDP estimate sharply...Read More

Wholesale price inflation cools to 1% in March

Wholesale price inflation cools to 1% in March

The inflation based on wholesale price index (WPI) eased to 1 per cent in March from 2.26 per cent in February on sharp fall in food pric...Read More

GDP may grow just 2% in 2020-21: Icra

GDP may grow just 2% in 2020-21: Icra

While announcing several measures in the policy review, the RBI refrained from giving its estimate on both growth and inflation, saying t...Read More

Wholesale inflation eases to 2.26 percent in February on cheaper food articles, vegetables

Wholesale inflation eases to 2.26 percent in February on cheaper food articles, vegetables

New Delhi: Wholesale price index (WPI) based inflation softened to 2.26 per cent in February on the back of cheaper foods and vegetables,...Read More

Good news for Central government employees: Modi cabinet approves hike of Dearness Allowance by 4%

Good news for Central government employees: Modi cabinet approves hike of Dearness Allowance by 4%

The decision to raise the DA was taken in meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi

CEA Krishnamurthy Subramanian for retaining 2-6% inflation aim band

CEA Krishnamurthy Subramanian for retaining 2-6% inflation aim band

"I would insist that this battle that we have fought against inflation is something that we cannot let go.

Budget 2020: Collapse on many fronts, economy is but one indicator

Budget 2020: Collapse on many fronts, economy is but one indicator

They push the driver, break a few signals and try to stay cheerful. But all around them, the road is now filled with protestors

FPJ Edit: Mounting economic woes

FPJ Edit: Mounting economic woes

For nearly six years, the Modi Government was fortunate to enjoy a benign rate of inflation. In fact, low inflation was an achievement of...Read More

Retail inflation saw over 5-year high of 7.35 pc in Dec

Retail inflation saw over 5-year high of 7.35 pc in Dec

The previous high in retail inflation was 7.39% in July 2014, the year the Modi government assumed office for the first time.

Inflation is good for country as it is benefitting the farmers, says Pakistan Minister

Inflation is good for country as it is benefitting the farmers, says Pakistan Minister

Pakistan’s minister of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Ali Amin Gandapur has said that inflation is good for Pakistan as it is benef...Read More

 Inflation is out of RBI comfort zone

Inflation is out of RBI comfort zone

The surge was led by food items; this, in turn, has reduced the headroom for a rate cut by the RBI in its monetary policy due next month.

Inflation and cheap ‘Chinese’ lights mar Delhi potters’ Diwali

Inflation and cheap ‘Chinese’ lights mar Delhi potters’ Diwali

New Delhi: The narrow lanes of the potters’ colony in Uttam Nagar, Delhi, are a tad bit dustier than usual — trucks and tempos are statio...Read More

India September CPI-AL inflation rises to 62-month high of 7.25%

India September CPI-AL inflation rises to 62-month high of 7.25%

India Sep CPI rural labour inflation at 7.20% vs 6.23% Aug

Despite inflation rise, analysts see RBI cutting rates in December

Despite inflation rise, analysts see RBI cutting rates in December

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank will continue to be accommodative and deliver one more rate cut in the December policy review despite the "surpr...Read More

Fiscal Deficit may widen on Corporate Tax Rate Cuts

Fiscal Deficit may widen on Corporate Tax Rate Cuts

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in Union Budget 2019-20 had set a target of 3.3% of the GDP for fiscal deficit. However, on Friday af...Read More

Milk at Rs 140/litre, costlier than petrol and diesel in Pakistan

Milk at Rs 140/litre, costlier than petrol and diesel in Pakistan

Petrol was selling at Rs 113 per litre, while diesel was selling at Rs 91 per litre in Pakistan

Strong rupee, lower GDP may tame inflation to 4.1%: ADB

Strong rupee, lower GDP may tame inflation to 4.1%: ADB

India will be the main driver to lower the inflation for the South Asian region, ADB said in a supplement to Asian Development Outlook (A...Read More

WPI inflation eases to near 2-yr low at 2.02 percent in June

WPI inflation eases to near 2-yr low at 2.02 percent in June

Inflation in food articles basket eased marginally to 6.98 per cent in June, from 6.99 per cent in May

Economy moves to low level of inflation in last 5 fiscals: Eco Survey

Economy moves to low level of inflation in last 5 fiscals: Eco Survey

Retail inflation during the first month of the current fiscal stood at 2.9 per cent, down from 4.6 per cent a year ago

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