Year-on-year, petrol prices fell 9.70 percent, following a 11.29 percent drop in the previous month and cost of diesel decreased by 11.86 percent, following a 11.62 percent fall in May.
Food prices rose 2.88 percent, slowing from a 3.80 percent increase in May. Among food prices, pulses recorded the highest increase (+33.67 percent), followed by onion (+18.54 percent), fruits (+7.47 percent); milk (+5.18 percent); wheat (+1.64 percent); oil seeds (+2.59 percent) and non-food articles (+1.06 percent). In contrast, prices fell for: potato (-52.40 percent); minerals (-28.39 percent); fibres (-11.04 percent); vegetables (-7.07 percent); egg, meat & fish (-2.25 percent); rice (-1.74 percent) and cereals (-0.43 percent).
In June, cost of manufactured products declined by 0.77 percent, after registering a 0.64 percent drop in the previous month.
On a monthly basis, wholesale prices increased 0.5 percent, following a 1.0 percent rise in May.