U.S. Producer Prices Fall 0.6% in February
"The disinflationary impact from the [coronavirus] and the crash in oil prices will exert even more downward pressure on prices."
U.S. Producer Prices Post Biggest Gain in 6 Months
"Inflation needs to accelerate noticeably for the Fed to consider raising interest rates, and that doesn’t appear to be in the cards."
U.S. Producer Prices Rise 0.1% in June
The tepid gain in the PPE points to “relatively subdued inflation, as most of the increase was driven by volatile categories of goods and services.”
Key Investment Measure Gains 0.8% in January
Core capital goods orders rebounded from a sharp drop in December, suggesting the slowdown in business investment may be shallow.
Producer Prices Rise 3.4% Year on Year in June
The biggest annual gain in the PPI since November 2011 suggests inflationary pressures are increasing amid a fast-growing economy.
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.
U.S. Producer Prices Increase 0.2% in August
The gain in the PPI was the largest in four months but "is unlikely to assuage Federal Reserve policymakers' concerns about low inflation."
Producer Prices Show First Drop Since August
With the PPI having increased 2.3% in the 12 months through March, inflationary pressures still appear to be heating up.
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.
U.S. Producer Prices Rise 0.3% in September
The larger-than-expected gain may signal inflationary pressures are building though the annual increase in core prices was still short of the Fed's target.