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Basic Info

The US Producer Price Index measures average changes in prices received by domestic producers for their output. This metric can be used as a gauge for how much pricing power producers have. It is used in conjunction with the Consumer Price Index (CPI) to understand how prices are changing in the US economy. A change in the PPI often anticipates a change in the CPI.

US Producer Price Index is at a current level of 123.10, up from 121.90 last month and up from 118.00 one year ago. This is a change of 0.98% from last month and 4.32% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 123.10
Latest Period Mar 2021
Last Updated Apr 9 2021, 08:34 EDT
Next Release May 13 2021, 08:30 EDT
Average Growth Rate 1.82%
Value from 1 Year Ago 118.00
Change from 1 Year Ago 4.32%
Frequency Monthly
Unit Index November 2009=100
Adjustment Seasonally Adjusted
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Notes Finished goods.

Historical Data

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Date Value
March 31, 2021 123.10
February 28, 2021 121.90
January 31, 2021 121.30
December 31, 2020 119.70
November 30, 2020 119.40
October 31, 2020 119.40
September 30, 2020 118.70
August 31, 2020 118.40
July 31, 2020 118.20
June 30, 2020 117.60
May 31, 2020 117.20
April 30, 2020 116.70
March 31, 2020 118.00
February 29, 2020 118.60
January 31, 2020 119.20
December 31, 2019 118.80
November 30, 2019 118.50
October 31, 2019 118.70
September 30, 2019 118.30
August 31, 2019 118.60
July 31, 2019 118.50
June 30, 2019 118.30
May 31, 2019 118.40
April 30, 2019 118.30
March 31, 2019 117.70
Date Value
February 28, 2019 117.30
January 31, 2019 117.00
December 31, 2018 117.30
November 30, 2018 117.40
October 31, 2018 117.50
September 30, 2018 116.70
August 31, 2018 116.50
July 31, 2018 116.50
June 30, 2018 116.30
May 31, 2018 116.00
April 30, 2018 115.50
March 31, 2018 115.40
February 28, 2018 115.10
January 31, 2018 114.80
December 31, 2017 114.30
November 30, 2017 114.30
October 31, 2017 113.90
September 30, 2017 113.40
August 31, 2017 113.10
July 31, 2017 112.70
June 30, 2017 112.60
May 31, 2017 112.60
April 30, 2017 112.60
March 31, 2017 112.10
February 28, 2017 111.90

Basic Info

The US Producer Price Index measures average changes in prices received by domestic producers for their output. This metric can be used as a gauge for how much pricing power producers have. It is used in conjunction with the Consumer Price Index (CPI) to understand how prices are changing in the US economy. A change in the PPI often anticipates a change in the CPI.

US Producer Price Index is at a current level of 123.10, up from 121.90 last month and up from 118.00 one year ago. This is a change of 0.98% from last month and 4.32% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 123.10
Latest Period Mar 2021
Last Updated Apr 9 2021, 08:34 EDT
Next Release May 13 2021, 08:30 EDT
Average Growth Rate 1.82%
Value from 1 Year Ago 118.00
Change from 1 Year Ago 4.32%
Frequency Monthly
Unit Index November 2009=100
Adjustment Seasonally Adjusted
Download Source File Download
Notes Finished goods.