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[IWS] BLS: PRODUCER PRICE INDEXES - NOVEMBER 2014 [12 December 2014]
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PRODUCER PRICE INDEXES - NOVEMBER 2014 [12 December 2014]
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The Producer Price Index for final demand fell 0.2 percent in November, seasonally adjusted, the
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. This decrease followed a 0.2-percent rise in
October and a 0.1-percent decline in September. On an unadjusted basis, the index for final
demand advanced 1.4 percent for the 12 months ended in November, the smallest 12-month
increase since a 1.2-percent rise in February 2014. (See table A.)
In November, the 0.2-percent decline in final demand prices can be traced to the index for final
demand goods, which decreased 0.7 percent. In contrast, prices for final demand services
advanced 0.1 percent.
Within intermediate demand, prices for processed goods declined 1.0 percent, the index for
unprocessed goods fell 1.3 percent, and prices for services moved up 0.3 percent. (See tables B
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