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WPI inflation eases to 3.57 pct as vegetable prices soften

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Wholesale eased to 3.57 percent in September as food articles, led by vegetables, witnessed softening of prices.

The wholesale price-based inflation, reflecting the annual rate of price rise, in August stood at 3.74 percent.

In September 2015, was (-)4.59 percent. Wholesale Price Index (WPI) in vegetables witnessed deflationary pressures and was recorded at (-)10.91 percent in September.

in this category had scaled a high of 28.45 percent in July. This was aided by data for onion, which was at (-)70.52 percent.

Pulses continued to rule high at 23.99 percent in September, according to the Commerce Ministry data. Potato, a daily consumable vegetable, witnessed maximum inflationary pressure at 73.31 percent. in fruits rose 14.10 percent during the month.

Overall, the food basket showed good moderation with at 5.75 percent in September, as against 8.23 percent in August.

The WPI, which was in the negative zone from November 2014 to March 2016, had been rising for six months till August. In September, the has slowed. The print for manufactured articles read at 2.48 percent in September, as against 2.42 percent in August.

The rate of in sugar was at 32.92 percent and that for petrol was 1.25 percent. The for July has been revised upwards at 3.72 percent, against provisional estimate of 3.55 percent.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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WPI inflation eases to 3.57 pct as vegetable prices soften

Wholesale inflation eased to 3.57 percent in September as food articles, led by vegetables, witnessed softening of prices.The wholesale price-based inflation, reflecting the annual rate of price rise, in August stood at 3.74 percent.In September 2015, WPI inflation was (-)4.59 percent. Wholesale Price Index (WPI) inflation in vegetables witnessed deflationary pressures and was recorded at (-)10.91 percent in September.Inflation in this category had scaled a high of 28.45 percent in July. This was aided by inflation data for onion, which was at (-)70.52 percent.Pulses inflation continued to rule high at 23.99 percent in September, according to the Commerce Ministry data. Potato, a daily consumable vegetable, witnessed maximum inflationary pressure at 73.31 percent. Inflation in fruits rose 14.10 percent during the month.Overall, the food inflation basket showed good moderation with inflation at 5.75 percent in September, as against 8.23 percent in August.The WPI, which was in the ...

Wholesale eased to 3.57 percent in September as food articles, led by vegetables, witnessed softening of prices.

The wholesale price-based inflation, reflecting the annual rate of price rise, in August stood at 3.74 percent.

In September 2015, was (-)4.59 percent. Wholesale Price Index (WPI) in vegetables witnessed deflationary pressures and was recorded at (-)10.91 percent in September.

in this category had scaled a high of 28.45 percent in July. This was aided by data for onion, which was at (-)70.52 percent.

Pulses continued to rule high at 23.99 percent in September, according to the Commerce Ministry data. Potato, a daily consumable vegetable, witnessed maximum inflationary pressure at 73.31 percent. in fruits rose 14.10 percent during the month.

Overall, the food basket showed good moderation with at 5.75 percent in September, as against 8.23 percent in August.

The WPI, which was in the negative zone from November 2014 to March 2016, had been rising for six months till August. In September, the has slowed. The print for manufactured articles read at 2.48 percent in September, as against 2.42 percent in August.

The rate of in sugar was at 32.92 percent and that for petrol was 1.25 percent. The for July has been revised upwards at 3.72 percent, against provisional estimate of 3.55 percent.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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WPI inflation eases to 3.57 pct as vegetable prices soften

Wholesale eased to 3.57 percent in September as food articles, led by vegetables, witnessed softening of prices.

The wholesale price-based inflation, reflecting the annual rate of price rise, in August stood at 3.74 percent.

In September 2015, was (-)4.59 percent. Wholesale Price Index (WPI) in vegetables witnessed deflationary pressures and was recorded at (-)10.91 percent in September.

in this category had scaled a high of 28.45 percent in July. This was aided by data for onion, which was at (-)70.52 percent.

Pulses continued to rule high at 23.99 percent in September, according to the Commerce Ministry data. Potato, a daily consumable vegetable, witnessed maximum inflationary pressure at 73.31 percent. in fruits rose 14.10 percent during the month.

Overall, the food basket showed good moderation with at 5.75 percent in September, as against 8.23 percent in August.

The WPI, which was in the negative zone from November 2014 to March 2016, had been rising for six months till August. In September, the has slowed. The print for manufactured articles read at 2.48 percent in September, as against 2.42 percent in August.

The rate of in sugar was at 32.92 percent and that for petrol was 1.25 percent. The for July has been revised upwards at 3.72 percent, against provisional estimate of 3.55 percent.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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