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World economy & farm scene pose challenge to India: FM
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Inflation will not be a significant challenge: FM

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says steps taken by the government has kept food prices low and pro-active govt will always keep food prices low. Money Control, 3 days ago
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US inflation steadies in April

US consumer prices barely edged higher in April as energy prices tumbled and food prices were flat, the Labour Department reported Friday. The consumer price index increased 0.1 per cent in April from March, when the CPI rose 0.2 per cent for the ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 day ago US inflation remains flat in April  MENAFN1 day ago Inflation increases slightly in April as energy prices remain low  Los Angeles Times2 days ago
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Reuters

Firmer underlying inflation keeps Fed on rate hike path

WASHINGTON The Labor Department said on Friday its Consumer Price Index, excluding food and energy, increased 0.3 percent last month. It was the largest rise in the so-called core CPI since January 2013 and followed a 0.2 percent gain in March. ...
 Reuters1 day ago WRAPUP 2-Rising underlying inflation keeps Fed on rate hike path  CNBC2 days ago Core inflation leaves Fed no excuses  Futures Magazine2 days ago US consumer prices soft, inflation pushes up  CNBC2 days ago
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Rediff.com

Food Inflation

The soaring prices of pulses upto 40 per cent in one year are pushing up food inflation. The Reserve Bank of India is keeping bank lending rates so high because of food inflation. It is feared that in the coming June Monetary review the RBI may keep ...
 Central Chronicle1 day ago Britain is in DEFLATION: Falling petrol and food prices mean the cost of living is lower than a year ago  Capital Bay5 days ago Weak WPI data is an eye-opener, Indian govt wake up now!  Rediff.com1 week ago A bad monsoon could add to mounting rural distress  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Business in Vancouver

UK inflation expected to turn negative for first time since 1960 as oil and food prices drop

By Jane Denton For Thisismoney Published: View comments UK inflation is expected to have turned negative for the first time in 55 years last month, with the Office for National Statistics preparing to publish the latest official figures tomorrow. ...
 This is Money6 days ago Canada's Consumer Price Inflation Rate Fell to 0.8% in April, Lowest Since October 2013; Ex-energy Inflation Rate Was 2.2  Action Forex2 days ago Average prices across UK economy falling for first time since 1960 Inflation turns negative by 0.1% in April.  This is Money4 days ago Marks and Spencer: Food sales lift profit for first time in four years  NigerianHerald.com4 days ago
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NDTV

Wholesale Inflation in April Cools Further to -2.65%

Earlier this week, data showed retail inflation cooled to a four-month low in April on slower annual increases in food costs and industrial output growth slipped to a five-month low in March, boosting odds for an interest rate cut by the central bank next ...
 NDTV1 week ago Cry for rate cut grows shriller, as inflation sinks further  Rediff.com1 week ago India Inc renews rate cut demand as inflation touches new low  Deccan Herald1 week ago India Inc renews demand for RBI rate cut as inflation touches new low  Economic Times1 week ago
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DNA

Retail inflation based on CPI eases for rural, agri labourers

NEW DELHI: Due to falling prices of some food items, retail inflation based on consumer price index (CPI) for rural labourers (RL) eased to 5.49% in March from 6.19% in the previous month. The rate of price-rise based on CPI for agricultural ...
 Times of India4 days ago Retail inflation eases in March: Labour Ministry  DNA5 days ago March consumer inflation drops to 5.17 per cent; food inflation to 6.14 per cent  IBN Live1 month ago Marginally Down! March CPI inflation at 5.17%  India Infoline1 month ago
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Rediff.com

WPI inflation dips to record (-)2.65% in April

decline in prices of fuel and manufactured items even as food prices increased. Inflation, as measured on the Wholesale Price Index (WPI), has been in the negative zone since November, 2014. In April last year, it was 5.55 per cent. The deflationary trend has ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Producer Price Inflation, April 2015  Wired-GOV5 days ago - Continuous deceleration in WPI inflation to help price cost margins: PHDCCI  FnBnews.com6 days ago WPI inflation dips to record low in April  The Hindu4 days ago
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Daily Kos

Food inflation may transmit to non-food items: FM

 MyIris5 days ago food riots and food price volatility  Daily Kos1 day ago Rajan recipe to tackle inflation  The Telegraph1 month ago RBI cannot escape inflation target citing food prices  Business Standard1 month ago
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To check food inflation, govt plans forecast mechanism

To check rising prices of vegetables and food grains in coming months, Delhi government will set up a price forecast mechanism.
 Times of India1 week ago Deficit rain likely to push up food prices  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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