Producer price index
US Producer Prices Dipped More Than Expected in December
The unexpected drop could allow the Federal Reserve to remain patient on raising rates.
Producer Price Index Rises 0.6% in October
Wholesale prices were up 2.9% year-to-year but other inflation measures appear to have leveled off around the Fed's 2% target.
Producer Prices Increase 0.4% in November
The producer price index was up 3.1% in the 12 months through November — the biggest increase since January 2012.
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Wholesale Prices Suggest Inflation Slowdown
The 0.1% increase in the PPI last month indicates “there isn’t a significant amount of price pressures in the pipeline."
Wholesale Prices Flatten in May
Energy costs, especially the price of wholesale gasoline, dragged down the producer price index in May.
Producer Prices Post 2.2% Year-on-Year Gain
Last month's increase in the PPI was the largest since 2012, providing further evidence that inflationary pressures are building in the U.S. economy.
U.S. Producer Prices Surge 0.6% in January
The gain in the producer price index was the largest in more than four years but the spillover to consumer inflation may be limited.
Producer Prices Drop for 1st Time Since March
The 0.4% decline suggests inflationary pressures remain muted, possibly dampening prospects for an interest rate hike next month.
Wholesale Prices See Largest Jump in More Than a Year
Accelerating gas and food prices drove the U.S.'s producer price index up 0.5%.
U.S. Producer Prices Edge Up 0.2% in April
The increase was less than economists expected but may be a sign that the deflationary effect of the oil price rout is easing.