SPI Decreased by 1.28 Percent As Food Prices Decline

SPI Decreased by 1.28 Percent As Food Prices Decline in 2022

According to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, the Sensitive Price Indicator (SPI) for the week ending April 21, 2022, decreased by 1.28 percent due to reduced food and non-food items (PBS).

The year-on-year trend shows an increase of 15.42 percent, primarily due to price increases in Onions (101.18 percent), Garlic (80.93 percent), LPG (80.45 percent), Cooking Oil 5 liter (58.14 percent), Vegetable Ghee 2.5 Kg (57.72 percent), Vegetable Ghee 1 Kg (56.45 percent), Mustard Oil (56.29 percent), Tomatoes (47.41 percent), Pulse Masoor (4.37 percent).

According to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, the Sensitive Price Indicator (SPI) for the week ending April 21, 2022, decreased 1.28 percent due to reduced food and non-food items (PBS).

Onions (101.18 percent), Garlic (80.93 percent), LPG (80.45 percent), Cooking Oil 5 liter (58.14 percent), Vegetable Ghee 2.5 Kg (57.72 percent), Vegetable Ghee 1 Kg (56.45 percent), Mustard Oil (56.29 percent), Tomatoes (47.41 percent), Pulse Masoor (42.99 percent), Washing Soap (39.33 percent), Petrol (37.42 (4.37 percent).

Tomatoes (44.41 percent), Wheat Flour Bag 20 Kg (8.16 percent), Electricity Charges for Q1 Per Unit (5.44 percent), Bananas (2.54 percent), Potatoes (2.24 percent), Sugar (0.82 percent), Garlic (0.77 percent), Pulse Moong (0.51 percent), Gur (0.34 percent), LPG and LPG and LPG and LPG and LPG and LPG and LPG and LPG and LPG and LPG and L (0.22 percent).

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