Consumer Price Index (CP1) inflation fell substantially to 11.7 percent during FYIO compared with 20.8 percent in FY09.
A break-up of headline Consumer Price Index (CPI) reveals that while inflationary pressures eased during the first half of FYIO, these resurged January 2010 onwards." During the second half of the fiscal year, CPI inflation moved in a narrow range of 12.7 to 13.7 percent.
Growth in NDA of the banking system slowed to 12.9 percent in FYIO, compared with 14.9 percent in the previous year.
On the financing side the non-availability of budgeted external financing caused pressures on domestic sources almost throughout FYIO. Although a large share of the total financing requirement was met through non-bank sources, the government had to resort to monetization of the deficit as well.
Fed by a large fiscal deficit, Pakistan's total debt and liability's stock (TDL) recorded a considerable increase during FYIO. Specifically TDL stock reached Rs 10.2 trillion by June 30, 2010, which represents almost doubling of the TDL stock from the end-FY07 figure.