India inflation rate likely rose to 6.9% in August - Deutsche Bank

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Deutsche Bank estimates that India's consumer price index (CPI) firmed to 6.9% year-on-year in August. The Asian nation will report the data next Monday. Brent crude oil prices have recorded a steep decline in recent weeks. The favourable impact will be less reflected in the CPI as fuel items account for a very small weight.
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India's retail inflation likely rose to 6.9% in August, says Deutsche Bank

While Brent crude oil prices have recorded a steep decline in recent weeks, the favourable impact will be less reflected in the CPI as fuel items account for a very small weight, Deutsche Bank said.

3 months ago·Mumbai, India
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India inflation rate likely rose to 6.9% in August - Deutsche Bank

MUMBAI - Deutsche Bank estimates that India's consumer price index (CPI) firmed to 6.9% year-on-year in August, while core inflation likely stood at 6%. The Asian nation will report the data next Monday. While Brent crude oil prices have recorded a steep decline in recent weeks, the favourable impact will be less reflected in the CPI as fuel items account for a very small weight,

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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India inflation rate likely rose to 6.9% in August – Deutsche Bank

MUMBAI -- Deutsche Bank estimates that India's consumer price index (CPI) firmed to 6.9% year-on-year in August, while core inflation likely stood at 6%. Read More

3 months ago·Canada
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India inflation rate likely rose to 6.9% in August: Deutsche Bank

While Brent crude oil prices have recorded a steep decline in recent weeks, the favourable impact will be less reflected in the CPI as fuel items account for a very small weight, Deutsche Bank said.

3 months ago·India
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