India Consumer Price Index (CPI) YoY

INR
Actual
5.72%
Forecast
5.90%
Previous
5.88%
Latest Release
Jan 12, 2023
Importance
Overview
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the change in the prices of goods and services from the perspective of the consumer. The Central bank pays very close attention to this figure in its role of maintaining price stability.
A reading that is stronger than forecast is generally supportive (bullish) for the INR , while a weaker than forecast reading is generally negative (bearish) for the INR.
Historical Data
Release Date
Time
Actual
Forecast
Previous
Jan 12, 2023 (Dec) 17:30 5.72% 5.90%
5.88%
Dec 12, 2022 (Nov) 17:30 5.88% 6.40%
6.77%
Nov 14, 2022 (Oct) 17:30 6.77% 6.73%
7.41%
Oct 12, 2022 (Sep) 17:30 7.41% 7.30%
7.00%
Sep 12, 2022 (Aug) 17:30 7.00% 6.90%
6.71%
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  • Vinay Chaudhary @Vinay Chaudhary
    Ha ha ha it might sound funny but i want to know ............if we are not having cash to buy normal house hold products.............then how inflation can go high, billions of people are going through cash crunch , please correct me if i am wrong.
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    • Atish Lolienkar @Atish Lolienkar
      @Vinay Chaudhary People cannot stop using household products all of a sudden. It is a necessity. They will sell their assets to fulfill their needs.
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    • Individual Person @Individual Person
      The prices go up when supply is in shortage. Not based on whether people have money or not. When supply is in short, only the privileged gets to buy them and others suffer.
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  • RISHI JAIN @RISHI JAIN
    I FAIL TO UNDERSTAND THAT HOW THE FIGURES ABOVE PROJECTIONS ARE BULLISH, WHERE AS RISING PRICES ARE NEGATIVE FOR CONSUMER PERSPECTIVE AND HENCE FOR MARKET. DOES THIS BULLISH SIGNAL MEANS THAT THE RUPEE VALUE WILL RISE, E.G. FROM 66.50 TO 67. CONFUSED BECAUSE PURCHASING POWER OF RUPEE IS GOING DOWN IN ABOVE CASE. WOULD BE THANKFUL IF ANYBODY EXPLAIN HOW HIGHER VALUES ARE BULLISH AND OR THE LOWER VALUES ARE BEARISH
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