Inflation jumps to 4.78% in November
New Delhi: Inflation jumped to 4.78 per cent in November, driven by rising prices of essential food items like pulses, fruits and vegetables.
The monthly inflation data released here today showed
inflation in the month rose from 1.34 per cent in October.
Inflation was 8.48 per cent in November in the previous
Among the food items which became dearer during the
month were urad (24 per cent), moong (14 per cent) and chicken
(10 per cent).
Driven by rising prices of potato and onion, fruits and
vegetables became costlier by 3 per cent.
Processed food, skimmed milk powder became expensive by
15 per cent, oil cakes 12 per cent and coffee powder and sugar
by 3 per cent each.
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