ISLAMABAD - The inflation based on Sensitive Price Indicator (SPI) showed a meagre increase of 0.08 percent in the week ended on September 30 over the previous week, the fresh data released by the Federal Bureau of Statistics (FBS) showed on Monday. According to the figures, the SPI for combined group registered an increase of 19.44 on yearly basis, while it went up by 0.08 percent on weekly basis. The SPI-based inflation, for the lowest income bracket of up to Rs 3,000, enhanced by 20.11 over the same period of last year, while it soar by 0.02 percent over the previous week. The SPI inflation went up for the income group Rs 3,001 to Rs 5,000 by 19.94 percent on yearly basis, while 0.04 percent on weekly basis. Meanwhile, for the income group Rs5,001-Rs12,000 it increased 19.52 percent on annual basis and 0.06 percent on weekly basis. For the income group Rs12,000 and above the impact of inflation went up by 19.05 percent on yearly basis and 0.07 percent as compare to the previous week. Out of the samples of 53 kitchen items, prices collected from 25 urban centres, 19 items showed increase in prices, 10 items registered decline and the prices of 23 items remained unchanged as compared to the previous week. Within a span of one week, the prices of tomatoes increased by 32.38 percent, garlic, 1.68 percent, egg, 1.17 percent, moong pulse washed, 1.03 percent, rice basmati broken, 1.01 percent, mustard oil, 0.95 percent, tea, 0.94 percent, masoor pulse washed, 0.87 percent, gram pulse washed, 0.53 percent, beef, 0.43 percent, and wheat 0.17 percent over the previous week.