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    Issue Dated Aug 10 2015
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Money managers in India have been on tenterhooks of late, with the Indian bourses witnessing a roller coaster ride in the absence of clear cues from the global market.
Deflationary trends continued for the eighth month in a row in June with the wholesale price- inflation slipping to (-)2.4 per cent, largely due to cheaper vegetable and fuel prices.
Indian firms battling towering debts are calling for more interest rate cuts as they worry the central bank is tying monetary policy too much to consumer inflation and ignoring the longest streak o
In an irregular trade, the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex on Thursday trimmed major part of early losses on hopes of rates cut by the central bank following fall in inflation based on CPI and WPI,
Continuing the deflationary trend for fifth month in a row, inflation touched a record low of (-)2.33 per cent in March on cheaper manufactured goods and food items, prompting industry to renew i
One thing that has not changed after the BJP government unseated the UPA regime is the policy orientation of the central government. The BJP is religiously pursuing the Congress policies.
Wholesale price inflation hit a zero level in November, the lowest in about five and half years, on account of decline in prices of food, fuel and manufactured items.
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India's inflation dropped to a new multi-year low in October, helped by slower annual rises in food and fuel prices, intensifying pressure on the central bank to cut interest rates to encourage s


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