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Inflation will moderate, likely to be below 6% in July: CEA K V Subramanian

New Delhi: Headline inflation will come down under the 6 per cent mark in July itself but will stay at an elevated level...

Can Debt Funds Be Useful In Beating Inflation? Find Out

<!-- -->The main goal of debt funds is to give investors a steady income throughout the investment tenureDebt funds are mutual funds that...

RJD leaders protest against inflation, unemployment by riding on bullock-carts

Express News Service PATNA: Thousands of leaders and supporters of...

Wholesale inflation eases to 12.07% in June as food, crude prices soften

New Delhi: The wholesale price-based inflation eased marginally to 12.07 per cent in June as crude oil and food items witnessed some softening...

Retail inflation marginally lowers to 6.26 per cent in June

New Delhi: Retail inflation remained nearly flat at 6.26 per cent in June compared to 6.3 per cent in the previous month, official...

Inflation Seems Set To Track Lower Over Next Few Months: Experts

<!-- -->Analysts in a Reuters poll had predicted annual inflation at 6.58% for the month.India's retail inflation rose 6.26 per cent in June...

India’s June services activity shrinks at fastest rate in 11-months

Activity in India`s dominant services sector contracted sharply in June as tighter restrictions to contain a resurgence of coronavirus cases hammered demand and...

Delhi Youth Congress stages protest over rising prices of gas cylinders

By PTI NEW DELHI: Delhi Pradesh Youth Congress...

Centre imposes stock limits on pulses to tame rising prices, rule applies to wholesalers, retailers, millers and importers

New Delhi: In a consistent effort to crackdown on prices of essential commodities like pulses, the Central government has issued an order imposing...

Rising world food prices causing concerns among people: IMF

New Delhi: Global food prices have rallied to multi-year highs, triggered by Covid-19 pandemic-related supply chain disruptions and soaring transport costs, the International...

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