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Gold, Silver, Equity and Inflation

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Currency in  INR - 64 Years Data (1960 to 2023)
PPF Avg(9.67)
Sensex Avg(19.67)
Nifty Avg(17.37)
Gold Avg(10.08)
Silver Avg(10.77)
Inflation Avg(7.38)
YearPPFChange %SensexChange %NiftyChange %GoldChange %SilverChange %Inflation Change %
2023 7716 7.1% 69654 14.49% 20969 15.82% 51484 -21.19% 66990 -11.86%
2022 7205 7.1% 60841 4.44% 18105 4.33% 65330 34.09% 76000 16.21% 6.7%
2021 6727 7.1% 58254 21.99% 17354 24.12% 48720 0.14% 65400 61.48% 5.13%
2020 6281 7.9% 47751 15.75% 13982 14.9% 48651 38.13% 40500 -0.25% 6.62%
2019 5821 8% 41254 14.38% 12168 12.02% 35220 12.03% 40600 -1.93% 3.73%
2018 5390 7.6% 36068 5.91% 10863 3.16% 31438 5.97% 41400 9.45% 3.94%
2017 5009 8% 34057 27.91% 10530 28.64% 29667 4.68% 37825 2.26% 3.33%
2016 4638 8.7% 26626 1.95% 8186 3.01% 28340 7.98% 36990 -2.21% 4.95%
2015 4267 8.7% 26118 -5.03% 7946 -4.06% 26245 -7.82% 37825 -12.18% 4.91%
2014 3925 8.7% 27499 29.89% 8283 31.39% 28470 -3.85% 43070 -20.29% 6.67%
2013 3611 8.8% 21171 8.98% 6304 6.76% 29610 5.6% 54030 -4.01% 11.06%
2012 3319 8.6% 19427 25.7% 5905 27.7% 28040 34.97% 56290 -1.07% 9.31%
2011 3056 8% 15455 -24.64% 4624 -24.62% 20775 27.3% 56900 108.77% 8.86%
2010 2830 8% 20509 17.43% 6134 17.95% 16320 8.04% 27255 22.96% 11.99%
2009 2620 8% 17465 81.03% 5201 75.76% 15105 24.58% 22165 -6.18% 10.88%
2008 2426 8% 9647 -52.45% 2959 -51.8% 12125 29.06% 23625 21.03% 8.35%
2007 2246 8% 20287 47.15% 6139 54.77% 9395 10.66% 19520 12.15% 6.37%
2006 2080 8% 13787 46.7% 3966 39.83% 8490 37.38% 17405 63.04% 5.8%
2005 1926 8% 9398 42.33% 2836 36.34% 6180 1.9% 10675 -9.3% 4.25%
2004 1783 8% 6603 13.08% 2080 10.68% 6065 14.22% 11770 52.96% 3.77%
2003 1651 9% 5839 72.89% 1880 71.9% 5310 5.99% 7695 -2.29% 3.81%
2002 1515 9.5% 3377 3.52% 1094 3.26% 5010 19.57% 7875 9.15% 4.3%
2001 1383 11% 3262 -17.87% 1059 -16.19% 4190 -4.34% 7215 -8.67% 3.78%
2000 1246 12% 3972 -20.65% 1264 -14.65% 4380 3.42% 7900 3.74% 4.01%
1999 1113 12% 5006 63.83% 1480 67.42% 4235 4.7% 7615 -11.04% 4.67%
1998 994 12% 3055 -16.5% 884 -18.08% 4045 -14.39% 8560 16.54% 13.23%
1997 887 12% 3659 18.6% 1079 20.05% 4725 -8.43% 7345 -0.01% 7.16%
1996 792 12% 3085 -0.81% 899 -1.04% 5160 10.26% 7346 15.96% 8.98%
1995 707 12% 3110 -20.79% 909 -23.15% 4680 1.78% 6335 -11.08% 10.22%
1994 631 12% 3927 17.36% 1182 13.4% 4598 11.06% 7124 29.79% 10.25%
1993 564 12% 3346 27.94% 1042 36.94% 4140 -4.48% 5489 -31.73% 6.33%
1992 503 12% 2615 37.01% 761 36.28% 4334 25.04% 8040 20.98% 11.79%
1991 449 12% 1909 82.09% 559 68.84% 3466 8.31% 6646 2.83% 13.87%
1990 401 12% 1048 34.63% 331 3200 1.91% 6463 -4.32% 8.97%
1989 358 12% 779 16.87%   3140 0.32% 6755 11.36% 7.07%
1988 320 12% 666 50.68%   3130 21.79% 6066 26.53% 9.38%
1987 286 12% 442 -15.69%   2570 20.09% 4794 19.4% 8.8%
1986 255 10% 524 -0.55%   2140 0.47% 4015 1.52% 8.73%
1985 232 10% 527 93.98%   2130 7.85% 3955 10.78% 5.56%
1984 211 9.5% 272 7.49%   1975 9.72% 3570 14.98% 8.32%
1983 192 9% 253 7.25%   1800 5.88% 3105 14.15% 11.87%
1982 177 8.5% 236 3.56%   1700 1.8% 2720 0.18% 7.89%
1981 163 8.5% 228 53.61%   1670 2715 13.11%
1980 150 148 24.83%       11.35%
1979   119       6.28%
1978           2.52%
1977           8.31%
1976           -7.63%
1975           5.75%
1974           28.6%
1973           16.94%
1972           6.44%
1971           3.08%
1970           5.09%
1969           -0.58%
1968           3.24%
1967           13.06%
1966           10.8%
1965           9.47%
1964           13.36%
1963           2.95%
1962           3.63%
1961           1.7%
1960           1.78%

Gold, Silver, Equity and Inflation - Historical Chart

FAQs

What Inflation Rate?
Inflation refers to an overall increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which is a weighted average of prices for different goods. The set of goods that make up the index depends on which are considered representative of a common consumption basket.
What is good inflation rate?
The Federal Reserve targets a 2% inflation rate, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
What causes inflation rate?
The main causes of inflation can be grouped into three broad categories: demand-pull, cost-push, and. inflation expectations.
How to reduce inflation?
Monetary policy primarily involves changing interest rates to control inflation. Governments through fiscal policy, however, can assist in fighting inflation. Governments can reduce spending and increase taxes as a way to help reduce inflation.
Is inflation good or bad?
Although high inflation hurts an economy, deflation, or falling prices, is not desirable either. When prices are falling, consumers delay making purchases if they can, anticipating lower prices in the future.

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