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WPI: INDIA’S WHOLESALE INFL...

Wholesale Inflation In India Continued To Fall In September Led By A Fall In Manufactured Goods Prices And A Decline In Fuel Inflation.

What Is A Wholesale Price Index?
A Wholesale Price Index (WPI) Is An Index That Measures And Tracks The Changes In The Price Of Goods In The Stages Before The Retail Level – That Is, Goods That Are Sold In Bulk And Traded Between Entities Or Businesses Instead Of Consumers. Usually Expressed As A Ratio Or Percentage, The WPI Shows The Included Goods’ Average Price Change And Is Often Seen As One Indicator Of A Country’s Level Of Inflation.

Inflation Which Is Measured By The Wholesale Price Index Fell To 0.33 Percent In September, According To Data Released By The Ministry Of Commerce And Industry On Monday. This Is The Lowest Levels Since June 2016. The Annual Rate Of Inflation, Based On Monthly Wholesale Price Index (WPI), Was At 5.22 Percent In September 2018.
Wholesale Inflation Has Gradually Been Sliding To The Lower Levels Since September 2018, When It Rose To Above 5 Percent.

Key Points –
• Minerals And Oilseeds Showed Strong Price Growth On An Annual Basis.

• Primary Articles Inflation Stood At 5.54 Percent In September Against 6.43 Percent In August.

• Food Articles Inflation Stood At 7.47 Percent Compared With 7.67 Percent In The Previous Month.

• Non-Food Articles Inflation Fell To 2.18 Percent Against 4.76 Percent Last Month.

• Fuel And Power Index Contracted 7.05 Percent Over Last Year Against A Contraction Of 4 Percent In August.

The Index Of The Manufactured Products Contracted To 0.42 Percent Against A Growth Which Was 4.13 Percent A Year Ago.
Prices Of Manufactured Products, Which Constitute 64.23 Percent Of The WPI, Contracted (Reduced) For The First Time Since June 2016.

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