Wholesale price-based inflation rose for the second consecutive month to 3.18 per cent in March on costlier food and fuel, government data
Inflation based on wholesale prices fell to a 8-month low of 3.80 per cent in December, 2018, on softening prices of fuel and some food items.
Inflation based on wholesale prices shot up to 5.77 per cent in June on increasing prices of vegetables and fuel items. The Wholesale Price Index
Inflation based on wholesale prices shot up to a 14-month high of 4.43% in May on the account of increasing prices of petrol and diesel as well
Inflation based on wholesale prices eased to a six-month low of 2.84 per cent in January on cheaper food articles even as vegetable prices
Inflation based on wholesale price index (WPI) accelerated further to 3.93 per cent in November due to a sharp rise in onion prices and costlier
For vegetables it was 22.48 per cent in November. The inflation in the segment was a only 7.47 per cent in October.
Inflation at the wholesale price level rose to 6-month high of 3.59 per cent in October, a near 1 per cent point jump from September, which was
Retail inflation for industrial workers slid to 2.89 per cent in September, from 4.14 per cent in the same month last year, on account of cheaper
Onion prices, however, continued to rule high with 79.78% increase in September. In egg, meat and fish segment the rate of price rise was 5.47%.
Wholesale inflation rose to 1.88 per cent in July, as compared to last year as prices of some commodities increased in the first month of Goods
Potato saw a maximum deflation of 47.32 per cent, followed by pulses at 25.47 per cent.
The cooling down of wholesale price index (WPI) is namely on account of a sharp reduction in vegetable prices.
The worst performing sectors in April were manufacturing, capital goods and consumer durables.