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WPI inflation falls to 5.7% in March due to easing fuel prices

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Last month, wholesale food prices rose 3.12% y-o-y, compared with provisional 2.69% rise in February

Reuters  April 17, 2017 Last Updated at 12:48 IST

India’s fell to a lower-than-expected 5.70 per cent after having risen to over a three-year high of 6.55 per cent in February, official data showed on Monday.

The data compares with a 5.98 per cent annual rise forecast by economists in a Reuters poll. In February, prices rose a provisional 6.55 percent, the fastest pace in two-and-a-half years.


Last month, wholesale food prices rose 3.12 per cent year-on-year, compared with a provisional 2.69 per cent rise in February, the data showed.

WPI inflation falls to 5.7% in March due to easing fuel prices

Last month, wholesale food prices rose 3.12% y-o-y, compared with provisional 2.69% rise in February

Last month, wholesale food prices rose 3.12% y-o-y, compared with provisional 2.69% rise in February

India’s fell to a lower-than-expected 5.70 per cent after having risen to over a three-year high of 6.55 per cent in February, official data showed on Monday.

The data compares with a 5.98 per cent annual rise forecast by economists in a Reuters poll. In February, prices rose a provisional 6.55 percent, the fastest pace in two-and-a-half years.


Last month, wholesale food prices rose 3.12 per cent year-on-year, compared with a provisional 2.69 per cent rise in February, the data showed.

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