Inflation

Silver : Medium Term Outlook – 03 August, 2011

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Introduction – Gold has shown a powerful rally since October 2008’s lows of $681 per ounce, and certainly one could argue that a correction would vicious sooner or later. However, the fundamentals for Gold are only getting stronger as US inflation is climbing above 8.5% real rate and interest rates continuing to drop. This is [...]

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Inflation – How To Minimize Its Impact

Thumbnail image for Inflation – How To Minimize Its Impact by Shakti Singh Dulawat July 31, 2010

As you go about with so many things in view of your life today, transacting business, tending your family’s needs, busy with career and many others, we definitely stand still once there is a threat to our security such as inflation.  But what is really inflation?  Inflation is a universally bad phenomenon – it is [...]

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What is negative inflation

by Shakti Singh Dulawat June 18, 2009

Friends today, Inflation in India turned negative 1.61 for the first time in 32 years but the prices of food items like fruit and vegetables, cereals and oil were still higher than last year. It is a big question that what is mean of negative inflection. Negative inflation is an indication of over production of [...]

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Inflation Rate May 14, 2009

by Shakti Singh Dulawat May 14, 2009

Inflation for the week-ended May 2 has come in at 0.48% as against 0.7% week-on-week. The Wholesale Price Index (WPI) for all commodities is up 0.4% at 231.6. Also, the inflation figure for week-ended March 7 has been revised to 0.89% versus 0.44% (provisional). Primary articles, fuel group and manufactured products are up 0.4%, 0.2% [...]

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Inflation Rate April 30, 2009

by Shakti Singh Dulawat April 30, 2009

Inflation for the week-ended April 18 has come in at 0.57% as against 0.26% week-on-week. Manufactured products index was up 0.3% and fuel was up 0.1% (WoW), while primary articles index rose 1.7% (WoW). Read also: Understanding Inflation Rate Can We Control Tuition Inflation? Investing Without Fear of Inflation Key Concept of Inflation Do you [...]

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Inflation Rate April 23, 2009

by Shakti Singh Dulawat April 23, 2009

Inflation Rose to 0.26 percent remained around a three decade low, Evan as essential food articles like vegetables and cereals turned costlier , some thing that is likely become an issue in loksabha election. Read also: Understanding Inflation Rate Can We Control Tuition Inflation? Investing Without Fear of Inflation Key Concept of Inflation Do you [...]

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Key Concept of Inflation

by Shakti Singh Dulawat April 14, 2009

Inflation is something we cannot escape from. It happens in every economy, and we feel it in our every day purchases. It may not be an appealing concept at all, but there’s nothing we can do about it – really. Most people think that inflation is when prices go up, but in reality, the rising [...]

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Investing Without Fear of Inflation

by Shakti Singh Dulawat April 9, 2009

Inflation makes your money worth less. What you could buy with $100, 3 years ago, you definitely cannot buy as much today. So, how can you counter inflation, and stop your money from being worth less? Since your money today is worth less what it was worth several years ago, then maybe you should consider [...]

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Inflation Rate April 9, 2009

by Shakti Singh Dulawat April 9, 2009

Inflation for the week-ended March 28 has come in at 0.26% as against 0.31% a week earlier. The FY09 provisional average inflation is seen at 8.37% versus 4.67% year-on-year. Meanwhile, inflation for week-ended January 31 has been revised to 3.98% versus the provisonal figure of 4.39%. Here is last inflation rate. Inflation Rate March 12,2009 [...]

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Can We Control Tuition Inflation?

by Shakti Singh Dulawat April 7, 2009

Tuition fees, whether in the primary, secondary, or tertiary levels, seem to always be increasing every year. What does this mean? How can universities and schools explain the constant increase every year? Are we to be always controlled by these institutions, and be at their mercy in our quest for higher education and learning? Since [...]

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