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