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[IWS] BLS: PRODUCER PRICE INDEXES - JANUARY 2015 [18 February 2015]
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PRODUCER PRICE INDEXES - JANUARY 2015 [18 February 2015]
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The Producer Price Index for final demand decreased 0.8 percent in January, seasonally adjusted,
the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Final demand prices moved down 0.2 percent
in both December and November. On an unadjusted basis, the index for final demand was
unchanged for the 12 months ended in January. (See table A.)
In January, the 0.8-percent decline in final demand prices can be traced primarily to a 2.1-percent
decrease in the index for final demand goods. Prices for final demand services fell 0.2 percent.
Within intermediate demand, the index for processed goods declined 2.8 percent, prices for
unprocessed goods dropped 9.4 percent, and the index for services moved down 0.2 percent. (See
tables B and C.)
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