ISLAMABAD: Rising cost of living measured through Delicate Consumer price index (SPI) edged up for the 11th consecutive week and videotaped the highest possible rise of 1.37 per cent for the combined team driven by an uptick in prices of vital food products for the period upright September 9, information released by the Pakistan Bureau of Data revealed on Friday.
For the most affordable income team making listed below Rs17,732 monthly, the SPI raised by 1.60 pc. For the group earning over Rs44,175, inflation increased by 1.20 pc.
This was primarily due to an increase in prices of important products consisting of onions 23.35 computer, tomatoes 20.38 computer, chicken 7.67 computer, wheat flour 4.97 computer, eggs 3.83 pc, pulse masoor 2.04 pc, garlic and potatoes 1.34 computer each, vegetable ghee 1kg 1.32 computer, cleaning soap 1.29 computer, food preparation oil 5 litre 1.22 computer as well as beef 1.11 computer.
The things whose prices reduced during the week consisted of bananas 3.09 pc, LPG 2.59 computer; rice Irri 0.59 pc, pulse moong 0.44 computer and also sugar 0.28 pc.
During the week, out of 51 items, rates of 24 things boosted, 5 products reduced and also 22 items continued to be continuous.