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Eurozone inflation hits two-year high

Eurozone inflation hits two-year high

 Eurozone consumer prices rose to a near two-year high of 0.4 percent in September, data showed Friday, offering hope that a disputed programme by the ECB to stimulate the economy may be delivering.

HSBC sees inflation below RBI's 2017 target, room for rate cut

HSBC sees inflation below RBI's 2017 target, room for rate cut

Inflation is likely to remain below the Reserve Bank's early 2017 target of 5 percent for the next 12 months, opening up space for monetary easing, says an HSBC report.

IMF warns central banks could lose deflation fight

The International Monetary Fund warned Tuesday that central banks are struggling to beat back deflationary forces and that governments need to spend to help them succeed.

BOJ overhauls policy focus, sets target for government bond yields

BOJ overhauls policy focus, sets target for government bond yields

The Bank of Japan made an abrupt shift on Wednesday to targeting interest rates on government bonds to achieve its elusive inflation target, after years of massive money printing failed to jolt the economy out of decades-long stagnation.

CPI has fallen down to 5.05%

CPI has fallen down to 5.05%. Watch this special segment and get to know more here.

Softening trend in inflation leaves door open for rate cut: DBS

Softening trend in inflation leaves door open for rate cut: DBS

The RBI may consider chopping interest rate in the coming three months as inflation may slip below 5 per cent during September-December period, before inching up in the following quarter, says a report.

German inflation stable in August

German inflation stable in August

Inflation in Germany remained stable in August, with consumer prices 0.4 percent higher than the same time last year, the federal statistics office Destatis said on Tuesday.

India's economy seen losing steam in June quarter

India's economy seen losing steam in June quarter

India will release data later on Wednesday that is expected to show economic growth slowed in the June quarter, and despite having one of the world`s fastest growth rates it means millions of unemployed Indians will face an even longer queue for a job.

Rate cut possible only if inflation eases: Raghuram Rajan

Rate cut possible only if inflation eases: Raghuram Rajan

Retail inflation shot up to nearly 2-year high of 6.07 percent, while the one based on wholesale prices soared to a 23-month high of 3.55 percent in July.

RBI wants to liberalise while strengthening bond markets: Raghuram Rajan

RBI wants to liberalise while strengthening bond markets: Raghuram Rajan

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan on Friday said that the central bank aims to go for liberalisation while strengthening the bond market.

Reforms to aid growth; banking sector risks remain: Moody's

Reforms to aid growth; banking sector risks remain: Moody's

Moody's Investors Service on Monday said continued reforms to enhance business environment and moderate inflation will help India achieve robust growth but cautioned that rising contingent liability risks in the banking sector could affect its credit quality.

Inflation hits 23-month high of 3.55%, food items costlier

Inflation hits 23-month high of 3.55%, food items costlier

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WPI inflation hits 23-month high of 3.55%, food items costlier

WPI inflation hits 23-month high of 3.55%, food items costlier

Driven by costlier food items, WPI-based inflation soared to 23-month high of 3.55 percent in July, prompting demands for strong government action to address supply issues.

Wholesale inflation soars to 23-month high of 3.55% in July

Wholesale inflation soars to 23-month high of 3.55% in July

Wholesale price index-based inflation accelerated for the fourth straight month in July hitting 3.55 percent on costlier food and manufactured items.

Will keep inflation in check, stay away from populism: PM Narendra Modi

Will keep inflation in check, stay away from populism: PM Narendra Modi

Modi said his government has not allowed the rate of price rise to cross 6 percent as opposed to the double digit inflation during previous government.

'WPI inflation data, progress of monsoon rains to drive markets'

'WPI inflation data, progress of monsoon rains to drive markets'

Indian markets would take cues from wholesale inflation data, progress of monsoon rains and investment trend by overseas investors for further movement in a holiday-shortened week ahead, say experts.

PM Modi's Independence Day speech 2016: Key highlights

PM Modi's Independence Day speech 2016: Key highlights

In an impressive Independence Day speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort, PM Narendra Modi on Monday said accountability should be at the root of good governance. While concluding his speech, the PM attacked Pakistan for patronising terrorists and infiltrating terror into India. From inflation to women empowerment, the Prime Minister touched on all issues.

Modi backs new CPI target in Independence Day speech

Modi backs new CPI target in Independence Day speech

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave his backing to a new inflation target in a major speech on Monday, saying his government had brought down consumer price growth from double digits under the last government.

 India must scale newer heights: PM Narendra Modi

India must scale newer heights: PM Narendra Modi

The energy in India must help it to scale newer heights of progress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday.

''Vegetatable rates may soar as production season ends''

''Vegetatable rates may soar as production season ends''

Prices of vegetables in India`s retail markets are likely to go up further in the coming months with the peak production season coming to an end, industry chamber Assocham said on Sunday on the basis of a study it has conducted.