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Food, oil behind inflation dip - Investec
Finance 24

Will we benefit from falling food & oil prices?

Policymakers in Pakistan have not adopted policies, which could help in achieving higher growth in the real sense. Food inflation still remains high due to bottlenecks in the supply chain. Cost of bank borrowing still hinders new business ... Business Recorder, 4 hours ago
Food, oil behind inflation dip - Investec Finance 24, 16 hours ago
Food, oil cheaper Investec, 17 hours ago

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Floor Daily

Core inflation in September 2014

NBP data: In September, inflation net of food and energy prices amounted to 0.7% (y/y), representing a 0.2 pp increase on the August figure. The September CPI index stood at -0.3% (y/y). On 16 October, Narodowy Bank Polski posted data on September ...
 Noodls5 days ago U.S. Consumer Prices Up 0.1%  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide8 hours ago Economic News: Inflation Tame, Refis Pop, Retirement Saving Tough  Investor's Business Daily11 hours ago Falling Gasoline Prices Keep Inflation Tame  Floor Daily11 hours ago
Reuters India

Soft Consumer Inflation Backdrop Persists in September

Increases in food and shelter costs helped offset another decline in gasoline prices as headline CPI rose 0.1 percent. Core consumer inflation also held firm and suggests deflation risks are a low probability. Rise in Food and Shelter Costs ...
 Action Forex12 hours ago Consumer Prices Rise on Higher Food Costs, but Inflation Muted  Moneynews14 hours ago WRAPUP 2-U.S. inflation muted in September as energy costs drop  CNBC11 hours ago WRAPUP 1-U.S. consumer prices rise on shelter costs, but inflation muted  CNBC14 hours ago
Christian Science Monitor

Consumer price inflation flat at 2.7 percent yr/yr in August

Food prices subdued; housing costs plateau KUWAIT CITY, Oct 17: Inflation in the consumer price index (CPI) was unchanged at 2.7% year-on-year (y/y) in August, as inflation in most components remained subdued. Core inflation continues to hover ...
 Arab Times4 days ago Consumer prices inch up as energy costs fall Reuters 1 hr ago  MSN News14 hours ago US consumer prices rise 0.1 percent thanks to falling energy costs  Christian Science Monitor14 hours ago Consumer Prices Tick Higher, Energy Costs Fall  FOXBusiness.com15 hours ago

Average inflation for 2014 revised slightly upwards

Treasury expects food inflation to recede from current levels due to buoyant global, domestic production, but rand weakness will pose upside risk to inflation forecast Read the full article here . This content was originally published by ...
 Global Advisors11 hours ago BRIEF: Scant inflation in the Midwest [The Kansas City Star :: ]  BusinessWeek10 hours ago CPI January 2015 inflation to be below RBI's target of 8%: ICICIdirect  MyIris6 days ago Retail inflation slips to 6.46% in Sept  Business Standard1 week ago

RBI keeps key rate unchanged as inflation remains a concern

With poor monsoon and food inflation continuing to remain a worry, the Reserve Bank today kept key policy rate unchanged, giving no respite either to borrowers or India Inc. RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, however, lowered the Statutory Liquidity Ratio, the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Inflation rate expected to increase in October, says research  The Mole2 days ago Rate cut not likely before January next year: Kotak  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Subdued IIP growth, rise in retail inflation worry India Inc  Rediff.com2 months ago

MGNREGA has not contributed to food inflation: Report

MUMBAI: The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) has not contributed to the rise in food inflation, according to a Reserve Bank of India paper. Under the MGNREGA, the United Progressive Alliance flagship project, a ...
 Economic Times1 day ago
Investor Portfolio Service

Sept WPI Inflation Hits near 5-year Low of 2.38 Percent

NEW DELHI - India's wholesale price inflation eased to a near five-year low in September, helped by a moderation in food and fuel prices, but the risk of price shocks is expected to prevent the central bank from cutting interest rates soon. The ...
 Sudan Vision Daily5 days ago Inflation Falls  Central Chronicle6 days ago Inflation slows to five-year low  Hong Kong Standard1 week ago Inflation falls to five-year low  Investor Portfolio Service1 week ago

Govt to import potato to keep food inflation in check

In a first, the government has decided to import potato to increase its domestic availability and rein in rising prices. Retail prices of potato are on the surge in recent weeks with the commodity being sold for Rs 35-40 per kg across retail ...
 India Today4 days ago

The pressure on food prices is likely to increase as economic growth finds durable traction once again

RBI Working Paper titled "Analytics of Food Inflation in India" Food inflation in India has remained stubborn in recent years. Various factors, such as, increasing demand - particularly that arising from higher rural wages, rising agricultural cost of ...
 Business Standard1 week ago RBI Working Paper Series 10: Analytics of Food Inflation in India  Money Control1 week ago
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