India’s Consumer Price Index for February 2014 and recent 4 months trend.

India’s Consumer Price Index for February 2014 and recent 4 months trend.

India’s Consumer Price Index for February 2014 and recent 4 months trend.

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX NUMBERS ON BASE 2010=100 FOR RURAL, URBAN AND COMBINED FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 2014

The Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation releases Consumer Price Indices (CPI) on base 2010=100 for all-India and States/UTs separately for rural, urban and combined every month with effect from January, 2011.

Provisional indices for the month of February 2014 and also final indices for January 2014 are being released hereby for all-India and for States/UTs.

All India provisional General (all groups), Group and Sub- Group level CPI numbers for February 2014 for rural, urban and combined are given in Annex I. The General Indices for rural, urban and combined are 139.0, 135.3 and 137.4, respectively.

Provisional annual inflation rate based on all India general CPI (Combined) for February 2014 on point to point basis (February 2014 over February 2013) is 8.10% as compared to 8.79% (final) for the previous month of January 2014. The corresponding provisional inflation rates for rural and urban areas for February 2014 are 8.51% and 7.55% respectively. Inflation rates (final) for rural and urban areas for January 2014 are 9.35% and 8.09% respectively. Inflation for specified categories is indicated at Annex II.

State/UT-wise General provisional CPI numbers for rural, urban and combined are at Annex III. State/ UT wise Group level provisional indices are available in the Ministry’s website (www.mospi.gov.in).

Price data are collected from selected towns by the Field Operations Division of NSSO and from selected villages by the Department of Posts. Price data are received through web portals being maintained by the National Informatics Centre.

 

CPI for February ‘14 released by CSO on 12th March ’14.

Next release on CPI for March ‘14 will be released on 14th April ’14.

http://www.mospi.nic.in

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Top 10 Sectors attracting Highest Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) Inflows in India

Top 10 Sectors attracting Highest Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) Inflows in India

Top 10 Sectors attracting Highest Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) Inflows in India

Share of Top 10 Investing Countries via Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in India

Share of Top 10 Investing Countries via Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in India

Share of Top 10 Investing Countries contributing in Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in India

Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) flows in India for January 2014 and recent 4 months

Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) flows in India for January 2014 and recent 4 months

Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) flows in India for January 2014 and recent 4 months

Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) flows in India During 2013

Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) flows in India During 2013

Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) flows in India During 2013

 

Bank Deposits Held with Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs)

 

Bank Deposits Held with Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs)

Bank Deposits Held with Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs)

Bank Deposits held with Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks as on 21st March 2014 stood at Rs. 77,393.9 Billion i.e. Rs. 77,39,390 Cr with an Increase of Rs. 47,080 Cr (0.61%) Week on Week.

The Aggregate Deposits represent Demand and Time Liabilities of a bank (excluding inter-bank deposits). It is released fortnightly by Reserve Bank of India.

 

Next release will be on 18th April 2014.

Source: http://www.rbi.org.in/

Bank Credit Held with Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs)

Bank Credit Held with Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs)

Bank Credit Held with Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs)

Bank Credits held with Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs) as on 21st March 2014 stood at Rs. 60130.90 Billion i.e. Rs. 60,13,090 Cr with an Increase of Rs. 75,840 Cr (1.28%) Week on Week.

Bank credit in India is the total of three items viz. (A) Loans, cash-credits and overdrafts, (B)
Inland bills – purchased and discounted and (C) Foreign bills – purchased and discounted. Bills (inland and foreign) rediscounted with the RBI, IDBI.
It is released fortnightly by Reserve Bank of India.

Next release will be on 18th April 2014.

Source: http://www.rbi.org.in/

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