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India’s Wholesale Prices Week Ended Oct. 22: Summary

Following is a summary of changes in India’s wholesale prices indexes, a measure of inflation, for the week ended Oct. 22 from the Ministry of Commerce & Industry in New Delhi.

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                         Oct. 22  Oct. 15   Oct. 8   Oct. 1 Sept. 24|  Aug. 27
                            2011     2011     2011     2011     2011|     2011
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                         ---------------- YoY% (P) --------------   |  YoY%(F)
Primary Articles          12.08%   11.75%   11.18%   10.60%   10.84%|   12.89%
Fuel, Power, Light        14.50%   14.70%   15.17%   15.10%   14.69%|   12.62%
                         ------------- Index level (P) ----------   | Level(F)
Primary Articles           205.0    204.5    203.8    203.4    202.4|    200.6
Fuel, Power, Light         169.8    170.1    170.1    170.0    169.4|    166.9
                         ---------------- Week-on-Week% (P) ------------------
Primary Articles           0.24%    0.34%    0.20%    0.49%   -0.15%     0.40%
Fuel, Power, Light        -0.18%    0.00%    0.06%    0.35%    0.00%     0.71%
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Note: Figures are not seasonally adjusted and are based at 2004-05=100.
      Weekly and yearly percentage changes are calculated by
      Bloomberg News.
  (P) represents provisional figures released with a two week lag.
  (F) represents final figures released with an eight week lag.

Source: Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India.

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