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Retail inflation Eases to 5.3% In August Compared To 5.59% In July Over Fall In Food Prices

Retail inflation fell marginally in August 2021 due to discount in meals costs

Retail inflation eased marginally to 5.30 per cent in August 2021 in contrast to 5.59 per cent in July 2021. The discount in retail inflation was primarily due to sharp lower in meals inflation which fell to 3.11 per cent in August 2021 from 3.96 per cent in July 2021.

The constant fall in Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation beneath the 6 per cent mark for the second consecutive month has been in sharp distinction to May 2021, when it had risen steeply to 6.30 per cent due to provide chain disruption owing to the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic.

It had fell barely to 6.26 per cent in June 2021 and since then there was vital fall in retail inflation.

Retail inflation eased in August 2021 as costs of a number of meals merchandise confirmed discount in costs like meat and fish, eggs and fruits, pulses and different merchandise.

There was a exceptional discount in rural retail inflation too, because it was 5.28 per cent in August 2021 in contrast to 5.49 per cent in July 2021.

In truth even city retail inflation fell by quite a bit, because it was 5.32 per cent in August in contrast to 5.82 per cent in July 2021.

Rural meals inflation fell considerably to 3.08 per cent in August from 3.55 per cent in July. Urban meals inflation witnessed a somewhat steep fall to settle at 3.28 per cent in August from 4.56 per cent in July 2021.

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