Producer and wholesale price indices

Statistics

Electricity prices
The electricity price statistics include information about average electricity
Price index of first-hand domestic sales - Statistics Norway
Measures the price development of first-hand sales of products in Norway
Producer price index - Statistics Norway
Measures the price of domestic produced goods sold both to the Norwegian and foreign market
Producer price indices for services - Statistics Norway
The statistic shows changes in prices for different services by Norwegian Producers.
Commodity price index for the industrial sector
The statistics has been discontinued
Wholesale trade, price index
The statistics has been discontinued

Analyses, articles and publications

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  1. Strong price growth in manufacturing in 2022

    The Producer Price Index (PPI) rose by 51.9 percent in 2022. This was caused by heavy price surge on energy goods, and a large price increase in the manufacturing industries. PPI increased by 4.9 percent in December 2022.

  2. Energy prices rose sharply in November

    The prices of gas, electricity and refined petroleum products all increased relatively much in November. This resulted in energy prices overall in the PPI rising by 9.6 per cent.

  3. Energy prices pulled PPI down in October

    Prices on natural gas fell sharply in October and pulled down the index of extraction of oil and gas with 31.8 per cent from September. The index of electricity, gas and steam had a significant drop as well, while the manufacturing prices increased after two months with price decreases.

  4. Manufacturing price fall for the second month in a row

    The producer prices in the manufacturing sector fell by 1.8 percent from August to September. This was the second month in a row with price fall in manufacturing. At the same time, prices took a downturn in extraction of crude oil and natural gas, which further pulled the Producer Price Index (PPI) down.

  5. Price fall in manufacturing

    The producer price index (PPI) rose by 8.2 percent from July to August. The prices on energy goods increased by 13.4 percent, which was the main cause of the total increase. The prices on manufacturing fell by 1.6 percent.

  6. The producer price index continues upturn

    The producer price index (PPI) rose by 7.5 per cent in July, thus continuing the rise that began in May. A major surge in the price of natural gas, as well as a broad price rise in the food industry contributed to the upturn.

  7. Price increase on natural gas pulls PPI upwards

    The producer price index (PPI) grew with 7,2 per cent in June. Large price increases on fossil fuel pulled the index upwards, while a price decline in the metal industry reduced the force of the upturn to some degree.

  8. Turnaround in PPI

    The Producer Price Index (PPI) made a turnaround in May with an increase of 1.7 percent, after the large drop in April. The total price increase comes mainly from manufacturing, with the food industry as the largest contributor.

  9. Reduction in energy prices

    Lower prices on natural gas, in particular, led to a 7.2 per cent drop in the Producer Price Index (PPI) from March to April. Prices continued to rise for most of the manufacturing industries, with higher prices on petroleum and petroleum products and basic metals among the contributors.

  10. Energy goods gave historic increase in PPI

    Heavily driven by large jumps in prices on energy goods, the Producer Price Index (PPI) rose by 16.9 percent from February to March. The price increase for most of the manufacturing industries continues, with rising prices on food products and basic metals amongst the contributors.

  11. Large growth in prices for refined petroleum products

    The index for manufacturing rose with 3.4 percent from January to February. Prices for manufacturing of refined petroleum products rose with 9.4 percent and was the largest contributor to the total increase in manufacturing.

  12. First downturn for PPI since March

    The Producer Price Index (PPI) decreased in January by 1.2 per cent. It is the first time since March 2021 that the index sinks. The decrease is primarily a result of reduced prices on electricity and natural gas. The downturn was dampened by an increase in prices on manufacturing.

  13. PPI up in December

    The Producer Price Index (PPI) increased by 8.1 percent from November to December. Increased prices on natural gas and electricity stood for a large part of the increase. For manufacturing, there was a moderate increase in December.

  14. Energy prices pull PPI up in November

    Increased prices within energy goods made a strong contribution to the Producer Price Index (PPI) increase of 3,0 per cent from October to November. Particularly electricity, gas and steam and refined petroleum products had a large impact.

  15. Large price increase within oil and gas extraction

    Price increase within extraction of crude oil and natural gas made a strong contribution to the Producer Price Index (PPI) increase of 6.2 per cent from September to October. The manufacture of basic metals also contributed to the increase.

  16. Energy goods pulls PPI up

    The producer price index (PPI) continued to rise in September. Higher prices within extraction of crude oil and natural gas, as well as within electricity, gas and steam had the greatest impact.

  17. Energy goods and manufacturing increased PPI

    The price on extraction of crude oil and natural gas increased by 9.8 per cent from July to August. The price of electricity, gas and steam, refined petroleum products and basic metals also increased.

  18. Price increase of industrial goods

    Prices of refined oil products and metals increased by 9.5 and 5.8 per cent, respectively, from June to July.

  19. Oil and gas gave increase for PPI in June

    The producer price index (PPI) went up by 4.6 percent in June. The price increase is mainly a result of increased prices on extraction of crude oil and natural gas. Manufacturing, on the other hand, had only a small increase in prices.

  20. Energy prices pulls PPI up in May

    The producer price index (PPI) went up by 2.8 per cent in May. The price increase is mainly a result of increased prices on extraction of crude oil and natural gas as well as electricity. Metals also contributed strongly to the increase.

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