Producer price deflation - but for how long

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The annual percentage change in the PPI was -1,2% in November 2009 as compared with November 2008

The Producer Price Index (PPI) for domestic output shows an annual rate of change of -1,2% in November 2009 (i.e. the PPI in November 2009 compared with November 2008).

This rate is 2,1 percentage points higher than the corresponding annual rate of -3,3% in October 2009.

However on a monthly basis, from October 2009 to November 2009, the PPI for domestic output increased by 0,8%.

Publisher: eProp
Source: SSA

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