Retail inflation galloped to 7.79% in April, the fastest pace in eight years, led by a surge in food and fuel prices, raising expectations that the central bank may favour more aggressive rate hikes in June to cool prices. Inflation has now remained above the Reserve Bank of India’s upper tolerance band of 6% for the fourth consecutive month.

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