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Monsoon rains kept a lid on food prices
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Reviving hopes for a rate cut by RBI to boost growth.
Consumer Prices Rose 6.07% in July
Rajan has championed inflation-fighting
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Governments should protect the independence of central banks and look beyond uninformed criticism, he says
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The government has approved the import of pulses from Myanmar and Africa, as prices of pulses have gone up to ₹170 per kilo and that of tomatoes to ₹100 a kilo, according to media reports. Prices of p...
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Tomato prices have soared to ₹100 a kilo in some places due to crop damage in south India, according to media reports. According to NDTV, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley plans to hold a top level meetin...
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Rising for the second month in a row, retail inflation shot up to 5.76 per in May due to rise in prices of food items, including vegetables. The rise may make it difficult for the Reserve Bank of Indi...
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MUMBAI -- RBI today retained January 2017 retail inflation target at 5 per cent, though with an upward bias, amid a sharper-than-anticipated upsurge in inflationary pre ures due to food items and firm...
WASHINGTON -- Reserve Bank may further lower the interest rate if inflation continues to ease and the monsoon turns out to be good, Governor Raghuram Rajan has said. "We are looking at inflation. If i...
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On 29 January, Dr Raghuram Rajan delivered the C D Deshmukh lecture on financial reforms, where he mentioned drought twice in the context of falling inflation. In both instances he used the words "two successive" before drought. It was a barely noticed but significant nugget of information that has ramifications beyond the rarefied circle of policy-making and finance.
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India's central bank kept its key repo lending rate unchanged at 6.75 percent on Tuesday, as widely expected, after consumer inflation picked up to a four-month high and emerging markets brace for a U...
MUMBAI -- Rapping ally BJP, the Shiv Sena today said while former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was easily blamed for inflation during UPA rule, the present governments in the state and at the Centre...
Ahead of India's 69th Independence Day and the looming pall of yet another wasted Parliament se ion, the government can take some solace from wholesale price inflation registering its steepest decline...