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Producer Price Indexes
Data for November 1989
U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics




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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Elizabeth Dole, Secretary

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
Janet L. Norwood, Commissioner
OFFICE OF PRICES AN D LIVING CONDITIONS
Kenneth V. Dalton, Associate Commissioner

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Producer Price Indexes
Data for November 1989
Contents
Price movements, November 1989 ..........................
Tables:
1. Producer price indexes and percent
changes by stage of processing..............
2. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for selected commodity
groupings by stage of processing..........

Page

Page

1

7. Producer price indexes by durability
of product................................................. 181

4

8. Producer price indexes for special
commodity groupings ............................ 182

5

9. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for selected telephone
services..................................................... 183
10. Producer price indexes for material
inputs to construction industries............ 184

3. Producer price indexes for selected
stage-of-processing groupings,
seasonally adjusted..................................

8

4. Producer price indexes for the net
output of major industry groups............

9

5. Producer price indexes for the net
output of selected industries and
their products...........................................

10

12. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for net material inputs to
industry stage of process and final
demand..................................................... 186

6. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for commodity groupings
and individual items................................ 135

13. Experimental price indexes and percent
changes for the computer industry........ 187
Technical notes................................................. 188




11. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for the net output of industry
by stage of process................................ 185




Scheduled Release Dates

Producer Price Index data are scheduled for initial release on the following dates:
Index month
Index month
Release date
Release date
December
January
February

January 12
February 9
March 16

March
April
May

April 13
May 11
June 14

Price Movements
November 1989

The Producer Price Index for Finished Goods edged down
0.1 percent seasonally adjusted from October to November.
The November decline followed advances of 0.4 and 0.9 per­
cent in October and September. After showing no change
in October and rising 0.4 percent in September, the In­
termediate Goods Price Index moved down 0.1 percent in
November. The Crude Goods Price Index increased 0.4 per­
cent over the month following no change in October and a
1.1-percent climb in September. (See table A.)
A downturn in the index for energy goods was largely
responsible for the November decrease in the Finished Goods
Price Index. Consumer food prices continued to rise,
although not as much as in October. Prices for finished goods
other than foods and energy rose 0.2 percent following a
0.1-percent increase a month earlier and a 0.7-percent advance
in September.
Before seasonal adjustment, the Finished Goods Price In­
dex was unchanged in November at 114.8 (1982 = 100).
During the 12 months ended in November 1989, the
Finished Goods Price Index moved up 4.6 percent, the In­
termediate Goods Price Index rose 3.0 percent, and the Crude
Goods Price Index advanced 8.3 percent. Prices received by
domestic producers of consumer foods increased 4.6 per­
cent over the year, while crude foodstuff prices rose 1.3

percent and the intermediate foods and feeds index was nearly
unchanged. The index for finished energy goods increased
7.5 percent from November 1988 to November 1989, in­
termediate energy goods moved up 11.6 percent, and prices
for crude energy materials jumped 22.1 percent. Excluding
the often-volatile food and energy sectors, prices for finished
goods were up 4.2 percent over the year and intermediate
materials rose 1.8 percent, while crude goods decreased 1.0
percent.
Finished goods

Finished consumer goods. The Producer Price Index for
finished consumer goods moved down 0.2 percent seasonally
adjusted in November following a 0.6-percent rise in the
previous month. Prices for finished energy goods turned
down 3.3 percent after edging up 0.2 percent in October.
Gasoline prices fell 7.7 percent after rising 2.3 percent a
month earlier. Price indexes for natural gas and home heating
oil turned up slightly after declining in October.
The consumer foods index increased 0.8 percent in
November following a 1.4-percent rise in the previous
month. Pork prices rose 7.1 percent after a 9.5-percent ad­
vance in October; price increases also slowed for soft drinks.
Prices turned down after rising a month earlier for fresh fruits

Table A. Monthly and annual percent changes in selected stage-of-processing price indexes, seasonally adjusted1
Finished goods
Month
Total

Foods

Energy

Except foods
and energy

Change in
finished goods
from 12 months
ago (unadj.)

Intermediate
goods

Crude
goods

1988:
November.............................................................
December.............................................................

0.3
.4

0.3
.1

0.8
-.5

0.2
.6

3.3
4.0

0.4
.5

-1.9
3.2

1989:
January.................................................................
February...............................................................
March....................................................................
A pril.......................................................................
M a y .......................................................................
J u n e ......................................................................
July........................................................................
August ..................................................................
September ...........................................................
October ................................................................
November.............................................................

1.1
.9
.4
.4
.9
.1
-.5
-.4
.9
.4
-.1

1.3
.9
.8
-.6
.8
-.6
-.1
.3
-.6
1.4
.8

4.9
2.4
1.4
7.0
2.9
-2.7
-3.2
-7.3
6.5
.2
-3.3

.5
.6
.2
-.1
.7
.7
-.2
.3
.7
.1
.2

4.5
5.3
5.5
5.6
6.2
6.1
5.1
4.2
4.5
4.9
4.6

1.2
.5
.5
.5
.2
-.3
-.2
-.3
.4
0
-.1

4.1
-.3
2.2
.8
.4
-1.6
.2
-2.1
1.1
0
.4

1
Data for July 1989 have been revised to reflect the availability of late
reports and corrections by respondents. For this reason, some of the




figures shown above and elsewhere in this report may differ from those
previously published.

1

Table B. Monthly and annual percent changes in selected price indexes for intermediate goods and crude goods, seasonally
adjusted1
Intermediate goods

Crude goods

Foods

Energy

Except
foods
and energy

Change in
intermediate
goods from
12 months
ago (unadj.)

1988:
November.............................................................
December.............................................................

-1.7
-.8

-1.0
1-2

0.7
.5

5.3
5.6

-4.1
1.8

-0.6
5.9

1.6
1.2

-0.2
3.1

1989:
January.................................................................
February...............................................................
March....................................................................
A pril.......................................................................
M a y .......................................................................
J u n e ......................................................................
Ju ly........................................ ...............................
August ..................................................................
September ...........................................................
October ................................................................
November.............................................................

2.6
-.3
1.7
-1.5
-1.1
-1.4
1.6
-.4
.2
-.8
.4

3.7
1.4
2.3
3.6
.8
-.1
-1.3
-2.1
2.7
-.1
-.9

.8
.3
.3
.2
.2
-.2
-.2
0
.1
.1
0

6.1
6.4
6.5
6.4
6.0
4.9
4.0
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.0

2.3
-1.4
3.1
-2.7
0
-2.1
-.9
1.2
-.8
-.6
1.7

6.9
1.1
2.1
5.2
1.3
-1.0
1.8
-6.7
3.5
.5
.3

2.5
-.5
.4
-.3
-.6
-1.5
-1.2
.8
.3
.3
-2.3

8.2
6.9
9.7
9.2
9.2
6.3
6.8
4.2
5.5
6.2
8.3

Month

Foods

Energy
(unadj.)

Except
foods
and energy

Change in
crude
goods from
12 months
ago (unadj.)

Data for July 1989 have been revised to reflect the availability of late
reports and corrections by respondents. For this reason, some of the

figures shown above and elsewhere in this report may differ from those
previously published.

and vegetables and fish. Prices for milled rice fell faster than
a month earlier. In contrast, beef and veal prices rose 4.2
percent following a 1.5-percent decrease in October. Prices
also turned up after falling in the previous month for eggs
and for shortening and cooking oils. Prices for dairy products
rose more than 1 percent for the fifth consecutive month,
and processed turkey prices were up over 4 percent for the
second consecutive month. Price declines slowed for roasted
coffee and processed chickens.
After inching up 0.2 percent in October, the index for con­
sumer goods other than foods and energy was unchanged.
Modest increases for many different kinds of consumer goods
were partly offset by a 4.8-percent decline for soaps and
detergents and a 0.3-percent decrease in the passenger car
index after a 1.4-percent decline a month earlier in that index.

in each of the 2 previous months. Jet fuel and residual fuel prices
rose more than in October, however.
Led by lower nonferrous metal prices, the durable manufac­
turing materials index declined 0.4 percent, the seventh drop
in the last 8 months. Prices for primary aluminum, copper, lead,
and zinc registered decreases. Precious metal prices, however,
rose sharply. The nondurable manufacturing materials category
moved up 0.2 percent, the first rise since May. Increases for
plastic resins and materials, finished fabrics, synthetic fibers, syn­
thetic rubber, and leather were partly offset by decreases for
paint materials and phosphates.
For the first time in nearly 3 years, the index for construc­
tion materials and components moved down, declining 0.2 per­
cent. This resulted from lower prices for nonferrous wire and
cable, softwood lumber, and plastic construction products.
Plywood prices rose but much less than in October. Millwork
prices also continued to advance. Among miscellaneous in­
dustrial goods, prices advanced for paper bags and shipping
sacks, industrial rubber products, and aircraft engines and parts,
but fell substantially for metal containers. The intermediate
foods and feeds index increased 0.4 percent following a
0.8-percent decline in October. Higher prices were recorded
for meats, dry milk products, crude vegetable oils, and com
sweeteners; prepared animal feed prices fell, however.

Capital equipment Following a 0.3-percent drop in October,
the Producer Price Index for capital equipment rose 0.3 per­
cent. Price increases accelerated for civilian aircraft and elec­
tromedical equipment. Prices turned up following declines
in the previous month for agricultural machinery, office and
store machines and equipment, and printing trades
machinery. Other increases included metal cutting machine
tools and food products machinery. Prices fell for motor
vehicles and transformers, however.

Crude goods

Intermediate goods

After showing no change in October, the Producer Price
Index for Crude Materials for Further Processing rose 0.4 per­
cent in November, seasonally adjusted. Many foodstuff items
turned up following decreases in October. However, prices for
basic industrial materials fell following increases in the preceding
month, and advances in crude oil prices slowed. (See table B.)

The Producer Price Index for Intermediate Materials, Supplies,
and Components edged down 0.1 percent seasonally adjusted
from October to November, after showing no change the month
before. Most of the negative impetus was centered in the in­
termediate energy category, which fell 0.9 percent. (See table
B.) Prices for gasoline and diesel fuel turned down after rising




2

a decrease in October.

The crude foodstuffs and feedstuffs index moved up 1.7
percent following a 0.6-percent decline in October. Prices
turned up for cattle, live chickens, and wheat after falling
in the previous month. Live turkey prices also turned up,
climbing almost 20 percent in November. Fluid milk prices
rose faster than in October, and prices fell only slightly after
a substantial October decrease for soybeans. In contrast, price
advances slowed for hogs, and prices fell for fresh fruits and
vegetables and for unprocessed fish after rising in the
preceding month. Corn prices fell more than in October.
The index for crude nonfood materials other than energy
dropped 2.3 percent following modest increases in each of
the 3 preceding months. Prices declined for copper base
scrap, softwood logs, nonferrous metal ores, raw cotton, and
lead scrap after rising in the previous month. Wastepaper
prices fell faster than in October. On the other hand, prices
turned up for aluminum base scrap following a decrease in
the preceding month. Prices fell less than in October for leaf
tobacco, cattle hides, and ferrous scrap.
The advance in the crude energy index slowed to 0.3 per­
cent after rising 0.5 percent in October. Crude petroleum
edged up 0.2 percent, much less than in either September
or October. However, coal prices advanced considerably
again, and the natural gas index inched up after registering




Net output price indexes for mining and manufac­
turing industries

The Producer Price Index for the net output of total
manufacturing industries showed no change from October
to November. (Net output price indexes are not seasonally
adjusted.) The largest monthly increase was a 0.7-percent
rise for the food industry group; no other major manufac­
turing industry group moved up more than 0.4 percent. The
decreases were led by a 1.8-percent drop in the index for
the petroleum refining industry group, a 0.7 -percent decline
for lumber and wood products, and a 0.6-percent decrease
for the primary metals industry group. From November 1988
to November 1989, the index for the net output of the
domestic manufacturing sector moved up 4.3 percent.
The index for the net output of total mining industries rose
0.3 percent in November. A 0.9-percent climb in the index
for the oil and gas extraction industry group more than off­
set a 2.1-percent drop in the metal mining industry group
index. During the 12 months ended in November 1989, the
index for the net output of the domestic mining sector climbed
11.6 percent.

3

Table 1. Producer price indexes and percent changes by stage of processing
(1982=100)

Grouping

Relative
importance
Dec.
19881

Unadjusted index

Unadjusted
percent change to
Nov. 1989 from :

Seasonally adjusted
percent change from:

July
19892

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

Nov.
1988

Oct.
1989

Aug.
to
Sep.

Sep.
to
Oct.

Oct.
to
Nov.

Finished goods...................................................................................
Finished consumer goods .............................................................
Finished consumer foods............................................................
Crude .........................................................................................
Processed .................................................................................
Finished consumer goods, excluding fo o ds...............................
Nondurable goods less foods ..................................................
Durable g o o ds...........................................................................
Capital equipment...........................................................................
Manufacturing industries.............................................................
Nonmanufacturing industries......................................................

100.000
74.224
25.831
1.826
24.006
48.393
32.791
15.602
25.776
6.793
18.983

114.1
112.8
119.0
119.0
119.0
109.8
105.3
116.9
118.7
120.3
118.1

114.8
113.3
119.5
120.3
119.3
110.3
104.8
120.1
120.3
121.6
119.8

114.8
113.2
120.2
117.5
120.3
109.8
104.2
119.7
120.6
122.0
120.1

4.6
4.8
4.6
-2.2
5.1
5.0
5.9
3.1
3.9
3.9
3.9

0
-.1
.6
-2.3
.8
-.5
-.6
-.3
.2
.3
.3

0.9
.9
-.6
-5.7
-.3
1.6
1.8
1.4
1.0
.4
1.3

0.4
.6
1.4
10.1
.8
.3
.6
-.3
-.3
.2
-.5

-0.1
-.2
.8
-6.0
1.3
-.6
-1.0
-.2
.3
.3
.3

Intermediate materials, supplies and components..........................
Materials and components for manufacturing..............................
Materials for food manufacturing................................................
Materials for nondurable manufacturing....................................
Materials for durable manufacturing...........................................
Components for manufacturing3..................................................
Materials and components for construction..................................
Processed fuels and lubricants......................................................
Manufacturing industries.............................................................
Nonmanufacturing industries.......................................................
Containers.......................................................................................
Supplies...........................................................................................
Manufacturing industries3 ............................................................
Nonmanufacturing industries.......................................................
Feeds .........................................................................................
Other supplies3 ..........................................................................

100.000
50.950
3.352
16.295
12.121
19.182
12.651
11.208
4.361
6.846
4.180
21.011
7.565
13.445
1.879
11.566

112.5
118.1
113.3
118.6
122.7
116.6
121.6
78.7
81.2
77.2
126.0
118.5
120.2
117.6
115.4
117.8

112.3
117.9
113.3
117.1
122.9
117.1
122.2
77.8
79.5
76.8
126.9
118.3
120.5
117.2
109.3
118.2

112.2
117.9
115.4
117.0
122.1
117.3
121.9
77.0
78.3
76.3
126.7
118.3
120.6
117.1
107.5
118.4

3.0
1.5
7.1
.2
-.9
3.1
3.2
11.6
10.4
12.5
3.3
1.8
3.1
1.1
-12.8
3.4

-.1
0
1.9
-.1
-.7
.2
-.2
-1.0
-1.5
-.7
-.2
0
.1
-.1
-1.6
.2

.4
-.1
.3
-.3
.4
.2
.4
2.8
1.9
3.1
.3
.1
0
.1
0
0

0
.1
0
-.4
-.2
.2
.3
-.1
-.4
.1
.2
-.1
.1
-.3
-2.2
.2

-.1
.1
2.3
.2
-.4
.2
-.2
-.9
-1.5
-.5
-.1
-.1
.2
-.2
-3.5
.3

Crude materials for further processing............................................
Foodstuffs and feedstuffs..............................................................
Nonfood materials..........................................................................
Nonfood materials except fuel4 ...................................................
Manufacturing4 ...........................................................................
Construction..............................................................................
Crude fuel3 5.................................................................................
Manufacturing industries3 .........................................................
Nonmanufacturing industries3 ...................................................

100.000
43.698
56.302
39.758
36.687
3.071
16.544
8.396
8.147

103.9
110.1
95.4
98.1
93.3
138.2
86.6
85.3
88.1

101.8
107.2
93.9
97.0
91.9
143.2
84.1
82.4
86.1

102.3
109.4
93.4
96.1
91.0
143.0
84.5
82.7
86.7

8.3
1.3
13.9
18.6
19.1
13.0
3.0
3.2
3.0

.5
2.1
-.5
-.9
-1.0
-.1
.5
.4
.7

1.1
-.8
2.4
2.8
2.7
-.1
2.1
2.7
1.7

0
-.6
.5
1.4
1.3
1.6
-1.8
-2.1
-1.4

.4
1.7
-.6
-1.2
-1.0
-.1
.5
.4
.7

Finished goods, excluding fo o d s ....................................................
Intermediate materials less foods and feeds.................................
Intermediate foods and fe e ds........................................................
Crude materials less agricultural products4 8 .................................

6 74.169
7 94.769
7 5.231
9 54.423

112.4
112.4
114.5
94.9

113.3
112.3
112.4
93.2

113.0
112.1
113.3
92.7

4.5
3.1
-.1
14.0

-.3
-.2
.8
-.5

1.4
.4
.2
2.5

0
.1
-.8
.4

-.3
-.1
.4
-.5

Finished energy goods....................... -............................................
Finished goods less energy............................................................
Finished consumer goods less energy..........................................

6 8.805
6 91.195
6 65.419

68.4
121.3
122.2

65.7
122.7
123.5

64.5
122.9
123.8

7.5
4.3
4.5

-1.8
.2
.2

6.5
.3
.1

.2
.5
.7

-3.3
.2
.3

Finished goods less foods and energy..........................................
Finished consumer goods less foods and energy........................
Consumer nondurable goods less foods and energy...................

6 65.364
6 39.588
6 23.986

122.1
124.1
129.3

123.9
126.0
130.4

123.9
125.9
130.4

4.2
4.4
5.2

0
-.1
0

.7
.6
-.1

.1
.2
.7

.2
0
.1

Intermediate energy goods.............................................................
Intermediate materials less energy................................................
Intermediate materials less foods and energy...............................

7 11.310
7 88.690
7 83.459

78.3
119.6
120.2

77.4
119.6
120.3

76.7
119.5
120.1

11.6
1.9
1.8

-.9
-.1
-.2

2.7
.1
.1

-.1
0
.1

-.9
.1
0

Crude energy materials3 4 ...............................................................
Crude materials less energy...........................................................
Crude nonfood materials less energy5 ...........................................

9 36.811
9 63.189
9 19.491

78.9
116.2
135.5

76.6
114.6
137.4

76.8
115.4
134.3

22.1
.6
-1.0

.3
.7
-2.3

3.5
-.4
.3

.5
-.3
.3

.3
.4
-2.3

Special groupings

1 Comprehensive relative importance figures are computed once each
year in December.
2 Data for July 1989 have been revised to reflect the availability of late
reports and corrections by respondents. All data are subject to revision 4
months after original publication.
3 Not seasonally adjusted.
4 Includes crude petroleum.




5 Excludes crude petroleum.
6 Percent of total finished goods.
7 Percent of total intermediate materials.
8 Formerly titled “ Crude materials for further processing, excluding
crude foodstuffs and feedstuffs, plant and animal fibers, oilseeds, and leaf
tobacco.”
9 Percent of total crude materials.

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Table 2. Producer price indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing
(1982 = 100 unless otherw ise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to Nov. 1989
from :

Unadjusted index
G rouping

Com m odity
code
July
198 9 1

Finished g o o d s ...................................................................................

114.1

Oct.
198 9 1

Nov.
1989'

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from :

Nov.
1988

Oct.
1989

Aug.
to
Sep.

Sep.
to
Oct.

Oct.
to
Nov.

0.9

0.4

-0.1

114.8

114.8

4.6

0

Finished consumer g o o d s...................................................................

112.8

113.3

113.2

4.8

-.1

.9

.6

-.2

Finished consumer fo o d s.................................................................

119.0

119.5

120.2

4.6

.6

-.6

1.4

.8

E g g s ..................................................................................................................................................

01-11
01-13
01-7

117.3
124.6
111.0

113.3
110.0
124.3

110.8
98.9
134.5

-1 1 .4
-14.1
34.9

-2 .2
-10.1
8.2

-2 .6
-16.1
1.7

4.9
18.9
-.2

-6 .5
-15.1
5.6

B akery p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................................
M illed r i c e ........................................................................................................................................
Pasta products (June 1985 —100)2 .........................................................................................
B eef and v e a l.................................................................................................................................
P o r k ...................................................................................................................................................
P rocessed young chickens
P rocessed turkeys2 ......
F is h ....................................
Dairy p ro d u c ts ................
P rocessed fruits and vegetables2 ...........................................................................................
C onfectionery end p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................................
S oft drinks2 ......................................................................................................................................
Roasted c o ff e e ..............................................................................................................................
S hortening and cooking oils .....................................................................................................

02-11
02-13
02-14-02
02-21-01
02-21-04
02-22-03
02-22-06
02-23
02-3
02-4
02-55
02-62
02-63-01
02-76

135.6
107.4
116.5
108.2
101.8
128.0
111.7
133.5
107.9
120.8
138.7
117.8
119.1
117.1

137.9
106.2
112.8
105.1
102.2
110.1
108.1
146.7
116.5
120.2
137.5
117.5
112.4
114.6

137.2
104.5
112.9
108.9
103.6
107.7
113.1
146.5
120.4
120.0
137.7
118.2
110.8
117.5

5.3
-1 .3
2.4
5.1
23.3
-7 .9
-7 .6
-3 .6
14.1
1.8
1.5
1.5
-3 .0
-.6

-.5
-1 .6
.1
3.6
1.4
-2 .2
4.6
-.1
3.3
-.2
.1
.6
-1 .4
2.5

.4
-1 .9
-4 .4
-4 .0
-3 .2
2.5
-4 .9
-3 .2
1.7
-.1
.2
-.3
.8
2.2

0
-1 .5
-.4
-1 .5
9.5
-5 .4
4.3
5.6
2.8
-.6
.1
1.5
-2 .4
-1 .8

-.2
-3 .8
.1
4.2
7.1
-1 .0
4.6
-3 .3
3.3
-.2
0
.6
-1 .7
3.5

Fresh f r u it s ................>
....................................................................................................................
Fresh and dried v e g e ta b le s .......................................................................................................

Finished consumer goods excluding fo o d s............................................

109.8

110.3

109.8

5.0

-.5

1.6

.3

-.6

A lco ho lic beverages2 ...................................................................................................................

02-61

116.9

114.5

114.7

2.1

.2

-2 .6

.3

.2

W o m e n ’s apparel ..........................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and boys’ a p p a r e l............................................................................................................
G irls’, child re n ’s, and infants’ a p p a r e l....................................................................................
T extile housefurnishings2 ............................................................................................................

03-81-01
03-81-02
03-81-03
03-82

113.4
116.8
109.4
106.9

114.2
117.9
110.3
107.7

113.9
118.1
110.6
108.1

1.2
3.4
2.6
3.3

-.3
.2
.3
.4

.4
.2
.2
.7

.5
.2
-.5
.2

-.3
.3
.3
.4

F o o tw e a r..........................................................................................................................................

04-3

120.4

122.6

122.4

4.7

-.2

.1

.5

-.1

Natural gas2 ....................................................................................................................................
G a s o lin e ...........................................................................................................................................
Fuel oil No. 2 .................................................................................................................................

05-31
05-71
05-73-02-01

83.7
70.9
52.5

80.3
65.3
62.5

80.4
62.1
64.1

3.6
5.8
34.9

.1
-4 .9
2.6

3.4
10.6
16.3

-2 .5
2.3
-.5

.1
-7 .7
.7

Pharm aceutical preps, ethical (P re scrip tio n ).........................................................................
P harm aceutical preps,proprietary (O ve r-co u n te r)................................................................
S oaps and synthetic d etergents2 .............................................................................................
C osm etics and o th e r toilet p re p a ra tio n s ...............................................................................

06-35
06-36
06-71
06-75

184.6
152.9
120.3
118.5

188.6
153.1
120.1
120.3

189.4
153.1
114.3
120.6

8.2
3.8
-4 .3
3.8

.4
0
-4 .8
.2

-.6
.1
.1
-.8

.7
-.7
-.3
.9

-.1
.3
-4 .8
.4

Tires, tubes, tread, e tc ..................................................................................................................

07-12

97.2

97.3

97.2

2.7

-.1

.1

0

.3

S anitary papers and health p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
New spaper circulation .................................................................................................................
P eriodical c ir c u la tio n ....................................................................................................................
Book publishing2 ............................................................................................................................

09-15-01
09-31-01
09-32-01
09-33

125.1
136.8
142.7
145.7

132.9
136.8
144.3
146.4

132.9
137.3
144.5
147.2

14.0
2.2
3.4
4.9

0
.4
.1
.5

.6
0
.6
.1

4.9
.4
.3
.2

.6
.5
.3
.5

H ousehold fu r n itu re ......................................................................................................................
F loor c o v e r in g s ..............................................................................................................................
H ousehold appliances .................................................................................................................
Hom e electronic e q u ip m e n t.......................................................................................................
H ousehold g la s s w a re ...................................................................................................................
H ousehold flatw are ......................................................................................................................
Lawn and garden equip., ex. tra c to r s .....................................................................................

12-1
12-3
12-4
12-5
12-62
12-64
12-66

121.9
118.6
109.2
88.4
137.6
128.7
119.2

123.2
117.0
109.9
87.2
137.6
128.7
121.5

123.4
116.9
110.0
87.1
137.6
128.7
122.0

3.7
-.2
3.3
.3
7.1
10.9
4.1

.2
-.1
.1
-.1
0
0
.4

.2
1.4
.7
-1.1
-.1
.6
.3

.6
-1 .5
.1
-.3
-.8
-1 .2
.8

.2
-.1
.2
-.2
-.1
-.5
.4

Passenger c a r s ..............................................................................................................................

14-11-01

112.8

120.7

119.4

2.2

-1.1

3.8

-1 .4

-.3

Toys, gam es, and children’s v e h ic le s .....................................................................................
Sporting and athletic goods
T obacco p ro d u c ts ..
M obile hom es2 ..............
Jewelry, platinum , & karat g old 2 ...............................................................................................
C ostum e jew elry and novelties2 ...............................................................................................

15-11
15-12
15-2
15-5
15-94-02
15-94-04

115.9
109.6
197.9
114.3
117.6
122.5

116.1
110.7
200.7
114.7
118.9
123.6

115.8
111.0
200.4
115.1
118.8
123.8

4.0
4.0
14.2
3.1
.5
3.7

-.3
.3
-.1
.3
-.1
.2

.1
.1
.8
.3
-.7
.6

.2
.3
1.8
-.3
.8
.3

-.2
.3
.3
.3
-.1
.2

118.7

120.3

120.6

3.9

.2

1.0

-.3

.3

117.9
117.9
123.2
117.9
114.1
115.4
112.3
123.9
129.4
123.7
118.1
105.4
110.7

117.7
118.4
124.8
119.7
114.6
116.4
113.0
125.6
129.9
123.0
119.1
105.4
110.9

118.7
118.4
126.2
119.7
115.1
116.3
113.2
125.8
130.0
123.5
118.7
105.3
112.4

4.1
4.8
5.2
5.0
2.8
4.7
3.9
4.3
5.4
1.6
8.2
2.0
2.8

.8
0
1.1
0
.4
-.1
.2
.2
.1
.4
-.3
-.1
1.4

.5
.4
.1
.1
.1
.1
.2
-.2
.2
.1
.5
-.3
-.5

-.2
.3
1.3
.2
0
.4
.4
-.1
.2
-1 .0
.5
.2
.6

.8
-.3
1.0
0
.4
-.2
.2
.2
.1
.4
-.6
-.1
1.4

Capital equipment.............................................................................
A gricultural m achinery and e q u ip m e n t...................................................................................
C onstruction m achinery and e q u ip m e n t.................................................................................
Metal cutting m achine t o o ls .......................................................................................................
M etal form ing m achine t o o ls ....................................................................................................
Tools, dies, jigs, fixtures, and ind. m olds2 ............................................................................
Pumps, com pressors, and e q u ip m e n t....................................................................................
Industrial m aterial handling equipm ent2 ................................................................................
T extile m a c h in e ry ..........................................................................................................................
Paper industries m achinery (June 1 9 8 2 = 1 0 0 )2 ..................................................................
Printing trades m achinery2 .........................................................................................................
T ransform ers and pow er re g u la to rs ........................................................................................
C om m unication & related equip. (Dec. 1 9 8 5 - 1 0 0 )2 .........................................................
X-ray and electrom edical equipm ent2 .....................................................................................

11-1
11-2
11-37
11-38
11-39
11-41
11-44
11-62
11-64
11-65
11-74
11-76
11-79-05

See footnotes at end of table.




5

Table 2. Producer price Indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing—Continued
(1982=100 unless otherwise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to Nov. 1989
from:

Unadjusted index

Capital equipment—Continued
Oil field and gas field machinery2 ..............................................................
Mining machinery and equipment..............................................................
Office and store machines and equipment2 .................................................

Oct.
19891

Z

July
19891

0 o
0
C <
O

Grouping

Commodity
code

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from:

Nov.
1988

Oct.
1989

Aug.
to
Sep.

Sep.
to
Oct.

Oct.
to
Nov.

11-91
11-92
11-93

99.3
116.4
109.8

100.5
117.3
109.5

100.6
117.6
110.2

3.4
3.3
1.9

0.1
.3
.6

0.5
.3
0

0.2
.2
-.3

0.1
.2
.6

Commercial furniture..............................................................................

12-2

129.3

130.2

130.4

3.6

.2

.2

.1

.2

Light motor trucks............................ .....................................................
Heavy motor trucks................................................................................
Truck trailers2 .......................................................................................
Civilian aircraft (Dec. 1985-100)2 .............................................................
Ships (Dec. 1985-100)2 .........................................................................
Railroad equipment................................................................................

14-11-05
14-11-06
14-14
14-21-02
14-31
14-4

125.0
117.0
110.4
108.6
107.9
114.6

136.1
119.1
110.4
109.2
108.0
115.0

134.1
119.1
110.4
111.0
108.0
114.9

2.9
1.7
1.0
5.0
5.3
5.4

-1.5
0
0
1.6
0
-.1

3.5
1.9
.1
.2
0
.3

.5
.2
-.2
.3
0
.3

-1.0
-.1
0
1.6
0
-.2

Photographic and photocopy equipment .....................................................

15-41

Flour...................................................................................................
Refined sugar2 ......................................................................................
Confectionery materials...........................................................................
Crude vegetable o ils ..............................................................................
Prepared animal feeds............................................................................
Intermediate materials less foods and f e e d s ...................................................................

94.9

3.3

0

0

1.2

.1

112.2

3.0

-.1

.4

0

-.1

112.4

113.3

-.1

.8

.2

-.8

.4

116.2
119.6
103.4
102.0
117.6

112.4
120.6
95.9
94.1
112.5

112.7
119.8
97.1
102.4
111.1

-.4
6.8
2.2
-4.8
-9.9

.3
-.7
1.3
8.8
-1.2

-1.5
2.2
-.8
7.8
.5

-2.3
-.4
-5.0
-5.1
-2.0

.8
-.7
1.3
8.4
-2.3

112.4

02-12-03
02-53
02-54
02-72
02-9

94.9
112.3

114.5

Intermediate foods and feeds ...............................................................................................

93.8
112.5

Intermediate materials, supplies, and co m p o n en ts...........................................................

112.3

112.1

3.1

-.2

.4

.1

-.1

Synthetic fibers2 ....................................................................................
Processed yarns and threads...................................................................
Gray fabrics..........................................................................................
Finished fabrics.....................................................................................

03-1
03-2
03-3
03-4

106.5
110.8
115.5
113.9

106.7
111.4
116.0
114.3

107.3
111.4
116.4
115.0

7.9
3.0
1.7
3.6

.6
0
.3
.6

-.6
.2
-.2
.4

.1
.2
.3
-.1

.6
.2
.3
.6

Leather................................................................................................

04-2

171.4

174.0

174.4

5.1

.2

1.6

1.1

1.5

Liquefied petroleum g a s ..........................................................................
Electric pow er.......................................................................................
Jet fu e ls..............................................................................................
No. 2 Diesel fuel....................................................................................
Residual fu e l........................................................................................

05-32
05-4
05-72-03
05-73-03
05-74

50.6
120.8
55.1
52.9
49.4

51.1
115.2
61.1
65.4
48.2

52.1
113.7
64.4
64.8
49.2

13.5
5.5
32.5
37.6
34.8

2.0
-1.3
5.4
-.9
2.1

-3.3
.3
3.2
11.5
-5.2

.8
-1.9
2.9
3.8
2.0

.4
-.2
5.3
-3.1
2.8

Industrial chemicals................................................................................
Prepared paint2 .....................................................................................
Paint materials......................................................................................
Medicinal and botanical chemicals2 ...........................................................
Fats and oils, inedible.............................................................................
Mixed fertilizers.....................................................................................
Nitrogenates.........................................................................................
phosphates ..........................................................................................
Other agricultural chem icals.....................................................................
Plastic resins and materials.....................................................................

06-1
06-21
06-22
06-31
06-4
06-51
06-52-01
06-52-02
06-53
06-6

114.1
120.0
133.0
102.0
94.5
104.7
86.9
103.9
115.8
135.3

112.4
120.6
128.1
100.8
94.0
103.4
80.3
100.7
116.7
126.9

112.0
121.4
124.4
100.8
92.0
102.1
80.9
100.4
117.1
127.4

-.7
6.1
1.1
3.2
-8.6
-3.4
-19.1
-5.0
6.7
-9.1

-.4
.7
-2.9
0
-2.1
-1.3
.7
-.3
^ .3
.4

-1.3
.2
.4
-.2
.3
.2
-.4
2.3
1.0
-1.9

0
-.2
1.5
.8
6.4
-1.4
-2.2
-2.2
.3
-1.6

.1
.7
-2.9
0
-1.7
-1.1
-.1
-1.4
.3
.8

Synthetic rubber....................................................................................
Plastic construction products....................................................................
Unsupported plastic film, sheet, & other shapes 2 ........................................
Plastic parts and components for manufacturing2 .........................................

07-11-02
07-21
07-22
07-26

108.1
121.2
120.8
110.8

106.3
117.6
120.7
111.0

108.0
115.2
119.8
110.7

-1.7
-6.0
2.8
.5

1.6
-2.0
-.7
-.3

-.7
.1
0
.2

.5
-1.5
.8
.3

1.8
-2.8
-.7
-.3

Softwood lum ber...................................................................................
Hardwood lum ber..................................................................................
Millwork...............................................................................................
Plywood ..............................................................................................

08-11
08-12
08-2
08-3

133.7
128.3
127.9
118.4

129.3
128.2
128.1
125.9

122.9
129.4
128.3
126.5

3.7
1.6
4.4
22.1

-4.9
.9
.2
.5

-1.1
1.1
.1
.2

1.9
.5
.3
9.0

-4.7
.9
.5
.6

Woodpulp2 ...........................................................................................
P aper..................................................................................................
Paperboard..........................................................................................
Paper boxes and containers.....................................................................
Building paper and board........................................................................
Commercial printing (June 1982=100)2 .....................................................

09-11
09-13
09-14
09-15-03
09-2
09-37

159.5
129.9
139.5
130.4
116.4
125.4

160.8
128.6
140.0
131.0
117.3
126.2

160.6
128.2
139.7
131.2
117.0
126.4

11.0
.5
2.3
4.0
3.8
4.5

-.1
-.3
-.2
.2
-.3
.2

0
-.2
-.2
-.1
.4
.1

.8
-.7
-.1
-.2
.3
.2

-.1
-.3
.1
.2
.3
.2

Foundry and forge shop products..............................................................
Steel mill products.................................................................................
Primary nonferrous m etals.......................................................................
Aluminum mill shapes2 ...........................................................................
Copper and brass mill sh ap e s..................................................................
Nonferrous wire and cable.......................................................................
Metal containers....................................................................................
Hardware.............................................................................................
Plumbing fixtures and brass fittings...........................................................
Heating equipment.................................................................................
Fabricated structural metal products2 .........................................................

10-15
10-17
10-22
10-25-01
10-25-02
10-26
10-3
10-4
10-5
10-6
10-7

114.9
114.7
139.5
135.8
170.0
140.7
112.5
120.5
138.0
124.8
120.7

115.2
114.4
142.6
132.8
189.7
149.1
115.0
122.1
139.6
128.0
120.9

115.3
114.2
140.4
131.4
179.2
146.5
112.8
122.7
139.6
127.3
121.0

3.6
1.3
-12.4
-4.5
-4.8
4.0
1.6
5.7
5.9
5.4
3.6

.1
-.2
-1.5
-1.1
-5.5
-1.7
-1.9
.5
0
-.5
.1

.1
-.2
1.9
-1.4
7.8
2.2
1.6
.7
.8
2.0
.2

-.1
-.2
-.6
-.2
-.6
2.1
1.9
.8
.2
-.3
.2

.1
-.2
-1.1
-1.1
-6.5
-3.1
-1.7
.7
.4
-.3
.1

Mechanical power transmission equipment2 ................................................
Air conditioning and refrigeration equipment2 ...............................................
Metal valves, ex.fluid power (Dec. 1982=100)2 ............................................

11-45
11-48
11-49-02

121.1
119.1
121.2

121.9
119.5
122.0

122.6
119.6
122.4

4.2
3.8
5.3

.6
.1
.3

.1
.2
0

.3
.1
.6

.6
.1
.3

See footnotes at end of table.




6

Table 2. Producer price indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing—Continued
(1982=100 unless otherwise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to Nov. 1989
from:

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Commodity
code
Oct.

July
19891

1 98 9'

Nov.

Nov.

Oct.

19891

1988

1989

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from:
Aug.
to
Sep.

Sep.
to
Oct.

Oct.
to
Nov.

0.2
.5
0
.2
0
.7
.2

0.2
.5
.3
.3
.3
.3
.2
-.4
.1
.2
.2

In te rm e d ia te m a te ria ls le s s fo o d s a n d fe e d s — C o n tin u e d

Ball and roller bearings .............................................................................
Wiring devices.........................................................................................
Motors, generators, motor generator s e t s .....................................................
Switchgear, switchboard, etc., equipment2 ....................................................
Electronic components and accessories ......................................................
Internal combustion en gin e s......................................................................
Machine shop products2 ............................................................................

11-49-05
11-71
11-73
11-75
11-78
11-94
11-95

124.3
130.1
129.1
119.1
119.5
115.4
121.8

125.5
130.3
129.9
119.4
119.6
116.4
122.4

125.7
131.0
130.0
119.7
119.8
116.5
122.7

5.0
4.0
4.3
4.6
1.2
3.7
4.1

0.2
.5
.1
.3
.2
.1
.2

0.9
-.2
.3
0
.1

Flat glass2 ..............................................................................................
Cement2 .....................
Concrete products........
Asphalt felts and coatings
Gypsum products2 ........
"
G lass containers......................................................................................

13-11
13-22
13-3
13-6
13-7
13-8

109.5
102.2
111.4
95.8
109.8
115.9

109.2
102.8
111.5
96.1
110.2
115.9

108.8
102.9
111.7
96.3
110.9
115.9

-1 .5
1.3
1.4
.3
-3 .2
3.2

-.4
.1
.2
.2

-.6

0

-.2
.7
.3
-.4
1.0
.2

Motor vehicle p a r ts ..................................................................................
Aircraft engines & engine parts (Dec. 1985 — 100) 2 ..........................................................
Aircraft parts & aux.equip.,nec (June 1985 — 100) 2 ...........................................................

14-12
14-23
14-25

109.7
106.5
114.9

109.8
107.8
114.6

109.8
108.8
114.6

1.8
4.3
2.6

0
.9
0

.2
-.1
-.1

.2
.4
0

.1
.9
0

Photographic supplies...............................................................................

15-42

123.3

124.5

125.6

8.1

•9

.5

-.2

.9

C ru d e m a te r ia ls f o r fu r th e r p r o c e s s in g ......................................................................................

103.9

101.8

102.3

8.3

.5

1.1

0

.4

C ru d e f o o d s tu f f s a n d f e e d s t u f f s ................................................................................................

110.1

107.2

109.4

1.3

2.1

-.8

-.6

1.7

-.2
-8 .0
5.0
16.0
-1 4 .9
-5 .4
14.5
-2 2 .6

.9
4.5
2.4
-4 .4
.3
9.7
5.1
4.9

-5 .6
3.4
-4 .8
-1 .5
18.0
-1 0 .9
3.9
.5

-3 .3
-1 .9
-1 .9
14.0
-1 8 .2
-.7
2.7
-1 0 .0

.5
-3 .2
4.3
1.7
.7
19.2
4.4
-.5

.6

.6
.3

.1
.3
-.1
1.0
-.1

.6
.3

W h e at....................................................................................................
C o rn ...................................
Cattle..................................
H o g s ...................................
Live chickens:broilers and fryers
Live turkeys.........................
Fluid milk ............................
Soybeans ...............................................................................................

01-21
01-22 -0 2-05
01-31
0 1-32
0 1-41-02
01-42
0 1-6
01-83-01-31

106.3
102.4
110.8
83.9
137.3
129.6
93.7
120.1

106.2
91.8
110.1
83.5
106.3
118.9
105.1
92.3

107.2
95.9
112.7
79.8
106.6
130.4
110.5
96.8

Cane sugar,raw.......................................................................................

02-52-01-01

118.3

117.8

118.2

7.3

.3

1.3

-.1

.6

95.4

93.9

93.4

13.9

-.5

2.4

.5

- .6

C ru d e n o n fo o d m a t e r ia ls ...............................................................................................................

Raw cotton2 ...........................................................................................
Leaf to b ac co ...........................................................................................

01-51-01-01
01-92-01-01

109.7
93.1

115.4
95.0

113.8
93.7

26.9
-.7

-1 .4
-1 .4

-2 .5
.3

2.8
-2 .0

-1 .4
-.5

Cattle h id e s............................................................................................

04-11

2 21.3

218.7

215.8

18.6

-1 .3

2.5

-1 .3

-.6

Coal2.....................................................................................................
Natural gas2 ...........................................................................................
Crude petroleum2 ....................................................................................

05-1
05-31
05-61

96.2
83.7
59.9

96.9
80.3
57.6

97.4
80.4
57.7

2.9
3.6
47.2

.5
.1
.2

-.1
3.4
5.0

.4
-2 .5
2.3

.5
.1
.2

Logs, timber, etc.2 ....................................................................................

08-5

133.7

141.4

140.7

19.8

- .5

-.1

3.1

-.5

Wastepaper2 ...........................................................................................

09-12

155.3

158.3

152.5

-9 .5

-3 .7

1.8

-1.1

-3 .7

Iron ore2 .................................................................................................
Iron and steel sc ra p .................................................................................
Nonferrous metal ores (Dec. 1983 = 100)2 .............................................................................
Copper base sc ra p ...................................................................................
Aluminum base scrap ...............................................................................

10-11
10-12
10-21
10-23-01
10-23-02

82.8
170.1
96.0
165.1
199.5

82.8
158.2
109.3
191.4
179.9

82.8
151.3
106.8
175.3
177.8

0
-1 5 .3
-1 2 .0
-.7
-1 8 .0

0
-4 .4
-2 .3
-8 .4
-1 .2

0
-1 .9
3.8
4.5
1.6

0
-4 .0
2.1
5.0
-1 .4

0
-3 .6
-2 .3
-1 2 .0
.4

Construction sand, gravel, and crushed sto n e ...............................................

13-21

123.0

123.4

123.5

2.1

.1

.5

.1

.2

1 All data are subject to revision 4 months after original publication.
2 Not seasonally adjusted.




3 Not available.

7

Table 3. Producer price indexes for selected stage-of-processing groupings, seasonally adjusted
(1982 = 100)
Index
Year
and
month

1985:
Jan uary.......................
February.......................
M a rc h ..........................
A p ril............................
M a y .............................
June ...........................
J u ly .............................
A u g u st.........................
Septem ber....................
O ctobe r.......................
Novem ber....................
D ecem ber....................
1986:
Jan uary.......................
February......................
M a r c h ..........................
A p ril............................
M a y .............................
June ...........................
J u ly .............................
A u g u st.........................
Septem ber...................
O ctobe r.......................
Novem ber....................
D ecem ber....................
1987:
Jan uary.......................
February.......................
M a rc h ..........................
A p ril............................
M a y .............................
June ...........................
J u ly .............................
A u g u st.........................
Septem ber...................
Octobe r.......................
N ovem ber....................
D ecem ber....................
1988:
Jan uary.......................
February......................
M a rc h ..........................
A p ril............................
M a y .............................
June ...........................
J u ly .............................
A u g u st.........................
Septem ber...................
O ctobe r.......................
N ovem ber....................
Decem ber....................
1989:
Jan uary.......................
February.......................
M a rc h ..........................
A p ril............................
M a y .............................
June ...........................
J u ly .............................
A u g u st.........................
Septem ber...................
O ctobe r.......................
N ovem ber....................

Finished
goods

Finished
consumer
foods

Finished
consumer
goods
excluding
foods

104.0
104.2
104.2
104.6
104.9
104.6
104.7
104.5
103.8
104.8
105.4
105.9

105.4
106.1
105.5
104.8
103.8
103.6
104.3
103.8
102.5
103.9
105.3
106.1

102.2
102.0
102.2
103.3
104.1
103.7
103.4
103.2
102.8
103.6
103.9
104.4

106.2
106.9
107.1
107.1
107.4
107.6
107.7
107.9
107.3
108.3
108.5
108.6

103.1
102.8
102.7
102.9
103.1
102.7
102.3
102.3
102.2
102.3
102.5
102.8

100.5
100.3
99.7
98.6
96.6
96.3
96.1
95.0
94.1
95.8
96.9
97.2

103.2
102.9
102.8
103.2
103.5
103.0
102.7
102.6
102.6
102.6
102.8
103.1

100.0
99.4
97.7
96.7
95.7
94.9
94.8
92.8
91.8
94.2
95.7
95.5

101.3
100.6
98.0
95.8
93.5
93.0
92.7
89.8
88.0
92.4
96.1
96.0

105.6
104.3
103.0
102.3
102.8
103.0
102.2
102.6
102.8
103.3
103.4
103.4

105.9
104.9
104.9
105.0
106.1
106.0
107.5
109.4
108.7
109.7
109.6
109.1

104.0
101.9
99.5
98.1
98.5
98.7
96.3
96.3
96.9
97.2
97.2
97.5

108.5
108.7
108.8
109.2
109.3
109.6
109.7
109.8
110.0
110.5
110.8
110.8

102.4
101.3
100.0
99.0
98.7
98.6
97.9
98.0
98.4
98.2
98.2
98.3

96.9
96.0
95.9
95.4
95.5
95.1
95.6
97.1
97.1
96.4
96.5
96.4

102.7
101.5
100.2
99.2
98.9
98.8
98.1
98.0
98.5
98.3
98.3
98.4

94.4
90.5
88.3
85.5
86.5
85.9
86.3
86.4
86.4
87.3
87.6
86.9

93.7
91.7
91.2
88.8
91.1
90.2
93.3
95.8
94.7
95.8
96.0
94.5

95.2
89.2
85.2
82.0
81.5
81.1
78.4
75.7
77.1
77.7
78.2
78.3

104.0
104.5
104.7
105.2
105.3
105.4
105.6
105.7
106.2
106.0
106.0
105.7

108.0
108.7
108.5
109.6
110.6
110.4
110.1
109.3
109.9
109.8
110.0
108.8

99.1
99.6
100.1
100.3
100.1
100.5
100.8
101.3
101.8
101.6
101.4
101.5

111.2
111.0
111.1
111.4
111.5
111.5
111.6
111.9
112.4
112.0
112.1
112.2

99.1
99.8
100.0
100.3
100.8
101.3
101.8
102.3
102.6
103.1
103.4
103.6

95.6
96.7
96.2
97.8
100.0
99.9
100.0
99.7
100.6
100.9
101.3
101.4

99.3
100.0
100.2
100.5
100.9
101.4
101.9
102.4
102.7
103.2
103.6
103.8

89.3
90.1
90.8
92.6
93.9
94.3
95.5
96.5
95.9
95.8
95.0
94.8

92.5
93.3
93.8
97.4
99.4
97.7
96.9
96.9
97.2
97.2
96.0
96.9

83.3
84.1
84.8
85.4
86.3
87.9
90.3
91.8
90.8
90.6
90.1
89.3

106.4
106.4
106.8
107.1
107.4
107.6
108.2
108.5
109.1
109.2
109.5
109.9

110.4
110.0
110.6
110.6
111.2
112.1
112.9
113.6
114.6
114.7
115.1
115.2

101.7
101.9
102.2
102.7
102.9
102.7
103.3
103.5
103.7
103.8
104.1
104.7

112.8
113.1
113.2
113.4
113.7
114.0
114.3
114.7
115.7
115.6
115.8
116.2

104.3
104.6
105.0
105.7
106.3
107.1
107.9
108.2
108.6
108.6
109.0
109.5

102.6
102.6
103.3
104.5
104.2
110.7
115.9
114.9
115.3
115.1
113.2
112.3

104.4
104.7
105.1
105.8
106.4
107.0
107.4
107.8
108.2
108.3
108.8
109.4

94.1
95.0
94.6
95.6
96.0
96.9
96.6
97.2
97.1
96.6
94.8
97.8

98.0
100.2
101.1
101.4
102.0
106.1
108.3
110.9
113.1
113.4
108.8
110.8

87.4
87.4
86.3
87.8
88.0
86.9
85.2
84.4
83.1
82.0
82.1
85.6

111.1
112.1
112.6
113.1
114.1
114.2
113.6
113.1
114.1
114.6
114.5

116.7
117.8
118.8
118.1
119.1
118.4
118.3
118.7
118.0
119.6
120.5

106.0
107.1
107.5
109.0
110.1
110.2
109.2
108.0
109.7
110.0
109.3

116.9
117.4
117.5
117.4
118.2
118.8
118.8
119.0
120.2
119.8
120.2

110.8
111.3
111.9
112.5
112.7
112.4
112.2
111.9
112.3
112.3
112.2

115.2
114.8
116.7
114.9
113.6
112.0
113.8
113.4
113.6
112.7
113.2

110.5
111.1
111.7
112.4
112.6
112.5
112.1
111.8
112.2
112.3
112.2

101.8
101.5
103.7
104.5
104.9
103.2
103.4
101.2
102.3
102.3
102.7

113.3
111.7
115.2
112.1
112.1
109.7
108.7
110.0
109.1
108.4
110.2

90.2
90.7
92.1
95.1
95.8
94.7
95.5
91.3
93.5
94.0
93.4

Capital
equipment

Intermediate
materials

Intermediate
foods
and
feeds

Intermediate
materials
excluding
foods

Crude
materials

Crude
foodstuffs
and
feedstuffs

NOTE: Data for July 1989 have been revised to reflect the availability of late
reports and corrections by respondents. All data are subject to revision 4 months




after original publication,

8

Crude
nonfood
materials

.

98.5
98.1
97.4
97.8
98.1
97.1
97.1
96.0
96.0
96.1
95.4
95.1

Table 4. Producer price indexes for the net output of major industry groups
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry
co d e

In d u stry1

Index
base
Ju ly
19892

Total mining industries....................................................................................

1 2 /8 4

O ct.
1 9892

Nov.
1 9892

78.0

76.0

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

76.2

11.6

0.3

M etal m in in g ..................................................................................................................................................................

10

1 2 /8 4

91.8

99.8

97.7

-9 .8

-2.1

A nth ra cite m in in g .........................................................................................................................................................

11

1 2 /8 5

102.6

103.0

103.0

1.5

0

B itum inous coal and lignite m in in g ........................................................................................................................

12

1 2 /8 5

94.7

94.9

95.8

2.0

.9

O il and gas e x tr a c tio n ................................................................................................................................................

13

1 2 /8 5

78.1

75.1

75.3

15.5

.3

M ining and quarrying o f n on -m e tallic m inerals, e xcep t f u e l s .....................................................................

14

1 2 /8 4

111.3

111.2

111.2

1.9

0

1 2 /8 4

Total manufacturing industries...........................................................................

109.9

110.7

110.7

4.3

0

F o od and kindred p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................................................

20

1 2 /8 4

112.5

112.4

113.2

3.3

.7

T o b a c c o m a n u fa c tu re s .............................................................................................................................................

21

1 2 /8 4

164.4

165.8

165.7

14.2

-.1

T e x tile m ill p r o d u c ts ...................................................................................................................................................

22

1 2 /8 4

109.5

109.8

110.2

2.4

.4

A pp a rel and o th e r finished p ro du cts m ade fro m fab rics and sim ilar m a te r ia ls ...................................

23

1 2 /8 4

110.4

111.1

111.2

2.8

.1

Lum ber and w ood products, e xcep t fu r n itu re ...................................................................................................

24

1 2 /8 4

117.1

117.9

117.1

6.7

-.7

Furniture and fix tu r e s .................................................................................................................................................

25

1 2 /8 4

115.7

116.8

116.9

3.5

.1

P aper and allied p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................................................................

26

1 2 /8 4

120.9

121.7

121.8

4.1

.1

P rinting, publishing, and allied in dustries.............................................................................................................

27

1 2 /8 4

124.9

125.9

126.2

5.1

.2

C h em ica ls and allied p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................................

28

1 2 /8 4

119.4

118.8

118.8

1.4

0

P etroleum refining and related p r o d u c ts ............................................................................................................

29

1 2 /8 4

77.7

77.3

75.9

12.9

-1 .8

R ubber and m iscellaneous p lastic p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................

30

1 2 /8 4

110.4

110.2

110.3

1.7

.1

L ea the r and le ath er p ro du cts .................................................................................................................................

31

1 2 /8 4

117.8

119.4

119.3

3.8

-.1

S tone, clay, glass, and co ncrete p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................................

32

1 2 /8 4

108.2

108.3

108.4

2.1

.1

Prim ary m etal in d u s tr ie s ...........................................................................................................................................

33

1 2 /8 4

118.2

118.7

118.0

.4

-.6

F abricated m etal products, e xcep t m achinery and tra nsp o rtatio n e q u ip m e n t.....................................

34

1 2 /8 4

112.8

113.8

113.7

3.7

-.1

M achinery, e xcep t e le c tr ic a l....................................................................................................................................

35

1 2 /8 4

110.9

111.6

112.0

3.9

.4

E lectrical and e lectron ic m achinery, equipm ent, and supplies ..................................................................

36

1 2 /8 4

107.6

107.8

107.9

2.6

.1

T ra n spo rta tion e q u ip m e n t.........................................................................................................................................

37

1 2 /8 4

111.1

114.6

114.4

3.7

-.2

M e a suring and co n tro llin g instru m en ts; p h o tog ra ph ic, m edical, o p tica l goo ds; w a tche s, c lo c k s ..

38

1 2 /8 4

111.0

111.8

112.0

4.2

.2

M isce lla n e o u s m a n ufa ctu rin g in d u s trie s .............................................................................................................

39

1 2 /8 5

112.0

112.7

112.8

3.9

.1

U nited S tates Postal S e r v ic e ..................................................................................................................................

43

0 6 /8 9

100.0

100.0

100.0

P ipe lines, e xcep t natural g a s .................................................................................................................................

46

1 2 /8 6

94.4

94.4

94.4

Services industries .........................................................................................

1
Ind e xes in th is ta b le are derived fro m th e n e t-o u tp u t-w e ig h te d in du stry price
in de xe s sh ow n in ta b le 5.
B eca u se o f d iffe re n ce s in co ve ra g e a nd a gg re ga tio n
m e tho d olo g y, th e y w ill g e n erally n o t m a tch th e m o ve m e n ts o f sim ila rly-title d inde xe s
w h ich are derived fro m tra d itio n a l c o m m o d ity g ro up in gs sh ow n in ta b le 6.




(3)
-.3

0
0

2 D ata fo r July 1989 have been revised to re fle ct the availability o f late reports
a nd c o rre c tio n s by re spondents. A ll d ata are su bje ct to revision 4 m o n th s a fte r
original publication. D ata are n ot se aso na lly adjusted.
3 N ot available.

9

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
base
<£><

C c_
O
0 C
0

Industry and product1

Industry
code

Total mining in d u strie s........................................................................

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

12/84

78.0

76.0

76.2

11.6

0.3

Metal mining .......................................................................................

10

12/84

91.8

99.8

97.7

-9.8

-2.1

Iron o r e s .............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Iron o r e s ....................................................................................
Ores, Great Lakes a r e a .............................................................
P e lle ts..................................................................................

1011
1011-P
1011-1
1011-12
1011-122

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

81.5
83.3
83.3
80.6
78.2

81.4
83.2
83.2
80.6
78.2

81.3
83.1
83.1
80.6
78.2

.1
.1
.1
0
0

-.1
-.1
-.1
0
0

Copper o r e s ........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Copper concentrates, copper precipitates, and crude copper o r e s ........
Copper concentrates.................................................................

1021
1021-P
1021-3
1021-302

06/88
06/88
06/88
06/88

103.1
103.3
103.3
102.2

128.0
130.9
130.9
131.0

122.7
126.0
126.0
126.4

-10.9
-10.6
-10.6
-10.4

-4.1
-3.7
-3.7
-3.5

12/84

81.8

79.6

78.6

-13.1

-1.3

1041-P
1041-4
1041-401

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

112.3
112.3
114.7
114.7

108.3
108.3
110.5
110.5

106.4
106.4
108.6
108.6

-12.1
-12.1
-12.2
-12.2

-1.8
-1.8
-1.7
-1.7

1044-P
1044-5
1044-501

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

66.8
66.8
(3)
(3
)

66.7
66.7
(3
)
(3)

66.9
66.9
(3
)
(3)

-15.4
-15.4
(3
)
(3)

.3
.3
(3)
(3)

1051-P

12/85
12/85

126.8
126.8

126.2
126.2

126.2
126.2

1.4
1.4

0
0

1081-P
1081-803

12/85
12/85
12/85

108.0
108.5
111.9

108.0
108.5
111.9

108.0
108.5
111.9

3.0
3.1
4.1

0
0
0

12/85

54.8

54.4

54.5

-26.8

.2

1099-P

12/85
12/85

123.5
123.5

122.7
122.7

123.5
123.5

16.1
16.1

.7
.7

1099-103

12/85

98.8

98.9

99.0

1.3

.1

1111-P
1111-2

Gold and silver o r e s .............................................................................

104

Gold o r e s ...........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Gold mill bullion, including d o r e ......................................................
Gold mill bullion, including d o re ...................................................

1041

Silver o r e s ..........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Silver concentrates ......................................................................
Silver concentrates....................................................................

1044

Bauxite and other aluminum o r e s ............................................................
Primary products............................................................................

1051

Metal mining se rvices...........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Prospect and test drilling............................................................

1081

Miscellaneous metal o r e s ......................................................................

109

Metal ores, n.e.c...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Other crude ores and concentrates, such as antimony, rare-earth
metals, beryllium, and tin ......................................................

1099

Anthracite mining .................................................................................

11

12/85

102.6

103.0

103.0

1.5

0

Anthracite...........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Prepared anthracite shipped..........................................................

1111

12/79
12/79
12/79

154.5
154.9
155.1

155.1
155.5
155.7

155.1
156.7
155.8

1.4
2.0
1.5

0
.8
.1

Bituminous coal and lignite m ining..........................................................

12

12/85

94.7

94.9

95.8

2.0

.9

Bituminous coal and lignite....................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Prepared....................................................................................
Steam electric utilities................................................................
North Appalachia....................................................................
S p o t ..................................................................................
Surface m ine....................................................................
Contract ............................................................................
Underground mine ............................................................
Surface m ine....................................................................
South A ppalachia...................................................................
S p o t ..................................................................................
Underground mine ............................................................
Contract ............................................................................
Underground mine ............................................................
Surface m ine....................................................................
Midwest ...............................................................................
S p o t ..................................................................................
Surface m ine....................................................................
Contract ............................................................................
Underground mine ............................................................
Surface m ine....................................................................
W e s t ....................................................................................
S p o t ..................................................................................
Contract ............................................................................
Underground mine ............................................................
Surface m ine....................................................................
Metallurgical/coke producer........................................................
S p o t .....................................................................................
Contract...............................................................................
All other industrial.....................................................................

1211

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/86
12/81
12/86
12/86
12/81
05/82
12/86
12/81
12/86
12/86
12/81
12/81
12/86
12/81
12/86
12/86
12/81
12/86
12/81
12/86
12/86
12/81
12/86
12/86
12/81

98.6
99.8
97.5
103.6
98.7
98.2
101.0
98.2
91.8
96.8
100.5
84.1
99.0
103.1
105.7
101.1
99.5
83.6
67.1
101.1
94.7
91.2
114.3
83.5
115.0
98.4
97.8
81.1
107.8
96.9
90.7

98.8
100.7
97.3
103.4
98.6
94.4
101.0
98.9
92.6
97.2
98.1
81.1
94.8
100.9
101.0
101.8
101.2
83.4
67.1
103.0
95.2
93.3
114.6
83.3
115.4
95.0
99.0
80.6
98.7
97.7
91.0

99.7
101.2
98.5
105.0
98.4
94.4
101.3
98.7
92.3
97.1
98.0
81.1
94.8
100.8
101.2
101.4
100.9
86.7
70.3
102.3
95.1
92.6
121.4
84.1
122.4
97.0
106.0
81.3
104.6
97.7
91.4

1.9
3.0
1.8
2.1
.6
-.8
-.7
.9
.4
1.6
.6
1.5
2.9
.6
1.6
-.5
-1.1
-18.6
-28.5
.7
.1
1.0
7.2
-2.0
7.7
-10.3
12.4
4.8
7.2
4.3
-1.9

.9
.5
1.2
1.5
-.2
0
.3
-.2
-.3
-.1
-.1
0
0
-.1
.2
-.4
-.3
4.0
4.8
-.7
-.1
-.8
5.9
1.0
6.1
2.1
7.1
.9
6.0
0
.4

1211-P
1211-A
1211-2
1211-211
1211-2118
1211-21182
1211-2119
1211-21191
1211-21192
1211-212
1211-2128
1211-21281
1211-2129
1211-21291
1211-21292
1211-213
1211-2138
1211-21382
1211-2139
1211-21391
1211-21392
1211-214
1211-2148
1211-2149
1211-21491
1211-21492
1211-3
1211-3168
1211-3169
1211-4

See footnotes at end of table.




10

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
July
1 9892

B itum ino u s co a l a nd lig n ite — C ontin u ed
N o rth A p p a la c h ia ....................................................................................................
S p o t .........................................................................................................................
C o n tra c t .................................................................................................................
S ou th A p p a la c h ia ...................................................................................................
S p o t .........................................................................................................................
C o n t r a c t .................................................................................................................
M idw e st .....................................................................................................................
S p o t .........................................................................................................................
C o n tra ct .................................................................................................................
W e s t ............................................................................................................................
S p o t .........................................................................................................................
E x p o r t .............................................................................................................................
U nprep a re d .......................................................................................................................
For use w ith o u t p r e p a ra tio n ...................................................................................
In tra co m p an y sh ipm en ts .............................................................................................

O ct.
19892

Nov.
1 98 9 2

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

-1 .5
1.3
-2.1
-2 .0
3.8
-2 .8
-3 .5
-1 .9
-3 .6
-.2
1.3
-1 .9
4.7
1.1
7.9

-2.1
0
-2 .5
0
-.4
0
3.8
0
4.1
.2
.2

1211-411
1211-4118
1211-4119
1211-412
1211-4128
1211-4129
1211-413
1211-4138
1211-4139
1211-414
1211-4148
1211-6
1211-1
1211-102
1211-8

1 2/81
0 6 /8 5
12/8 1
12/8 1
1 2 /8 4
12/8 1
12/8 1
0 6 /8 5
12/8 1
0 5 /8 4
1 2 /8 6
0 4 /8 2
12/8 1
12/8 1
1 2 /8 6

83.1
73.7
84.7
87.6
83.3
89.8
105.3
102.9
103.4
87.1
95.7
67.0
105.4
108.5
99.0

85.4
76.1
86.9
87.8
82.9
90.1
103.7
102.7
101.8
87.3
95.8
(3)
107.0
109.7
104.2

83.6
76.1
84.7
87.8
82.6
90.1
107.6
102.7
106.0
8 7.5
96.0
66.9
106.6
109.1
102.1

1213-P
1213-1
1213-12
1213-3

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

102.0
102.0
104.4
102.5
89.0

102.2
102.2
104.4
102.5
91.7

102.2
102.2
104.4
102.5
91.6

.2
.2
0
0
2.9

0
0
0
0
-.1

1 2 /8 5

78.1

75.1

75.3

15.5

.3

1311 -P
1311-1
1311-5
1311-53201
1311-53202

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

71.7
71.8
6 5.3
78.6
74.0
92.8

68.9
68.9
62.7
75.4
71.3
87.9

69.0
69.0
62.8
75.5
71.4
87.9

20.0
20.2
47.1
3.6
2.4
6.4

.1
.1
.2
.1
.1
0

1321-P
1321-2
1321-211
1321-215
1321-222
1321-231
1321-232
1321-234
1321-298

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

72.7
72.6
49.6
58.9
48.3
62.3
44.2
4 2.9
52.6
59.8

70.4
70.3
50.8
54.1
46.6
55.8
47.7
50.3
56.7
61.3

70.7
70.6
51.8
57.3
44.5
56.4
49.2
53.6
53.1
61.1

4.1
4.1
7.0
47.3
-3 9 .2
29.7
14.4
20.7
15.7
45.5

.4
.4
2.0
5.9
-4 .5
1.1
3.1
6.6
-6 .3
-.3

1 2 /8 5

91.6

91.3

91.4

1.4

.1

1381-P
1381-7
1381-701
1381-9
1381-901

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

87.4
87.1
78.8
78.8
88.7
88.6

87.6
87.3
79.1
79.1
88.8
88.7

87.9
87.6
80.3
80.3
89.0
88.9

.6
.6
.1
.1
.7
.7

.3
.3
1.5
1.5
.2
.2

1382-P
1382-801
1382-80101

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

72.4
71.1
71.1
73.1

65.5
64.4
64.4
66.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

1389-P
1389-7
1389-736
1389-9
1389-901

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

98.7
99.2
100.9
90.9
98.9

99.3
99.8
100.9
90.9
99.6

99.3
99.8
100.9
90.9
99.6

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

1389-902
1389-914

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

(3)
95.3

(3)
95.3

(3)
95.3

(3)
.1

(3)

1389-915
1389-925
1389-936
1389-SM
1389-S
1381-S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

97.9
90.0
94.8

97.9
90.2
94.4

(3)
90.1
94.4

(3)
.1
2.1

(3)
-.1
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

90.5
91.0

90.5
91.0

90.5
91.0

-4 .0
-3 .5

0
0

(3)
-.4
-.5
-2 .0

B itum ino u s co al a nd lig n ite m ining s e rv ic e s .....................................................................
P rim ary s e r v ic e s ..................................................................................................................
E xplora tio n a nd d e ve lo p m e n t w o rk .........................................................................
D r illin g .............................................................................................................................
O th e r bitum ino u s co al and lig n ite m ining s e r v ic e s ............................................

1213

O il a nd g as e x tr a c tio n ..............................................................................................................

13

C rude p e tro le um and natu ra l g a s .........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C rude p e tro le u m .............................................................................................................
N a tural g a s .......................................................................................................................
S ales to in te rsta te p ip e lin e s ..............................................................................
S a le s to in tra sta te p ip e lin e s ..............................................................................

1311

N atural gas liq u id s .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N atural gas liq u id s ..........................................................................................................
P lant c o n d e n s a te .......................................................................................................
E th a n e ............................................................................................................................
Natural g a s o lin e ..........................................................................................................
P ropane ..........................................................................................................................
B u ta n e ............................................................................................................................
G as m ix tu r e s ................................................................................................................
O th e r natural gas liq u id s ..........................................................................................

1321

O il and gas fie ld services ........................................................................................................

138

D rilling oil and gas w e lls ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
O ffs h o re drilling ..............................................................................................................
D rilling oil, gas, dry and service w e lls ................................................................
O nsh o re d r illin g ...............................................................................................................
Drilling oil, gas, dry and service w e lls .................................................................

1381

O il and gas e xplo ra tio n s e rv ic e s ...........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G eophysical e xplo ra tio n ..............................................................................................
L a n d .................................................................................................................................

1382

O il and gas fie ld services, n .e .c.............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O ffsh o re fie ld services, n .e .c.......................................................................................
O the r oil and gas field s e r v ic e s ............................................................................
O nsh o re field services, n .e.c.......................................................................................
C em enting w e lls ..........................................................................................................
A cidizing and o th e r ch em ical tre atm e n t o f w ells, e xcluding hydraulic
fr a c tu r in g ................................................................................................................
Running, cutting, and pulling casing, tub e s and r o d s ...................................
Installing p ro du ction equipm ent, such as w e llh ea d fittings, pum ps,
and e n g in e s ..........................................................................................................
C leaning out, bailing out, o r sw abbing w e lls ....................................................
O the r oil and gas fie ld s e r v ic e s ............................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
D rilling oil and gas w e lls ..........................................................................................

1389

M ining and quarrying o f n on -m e tallic m inerals, e xcep t f u e ls .....................................

14

1 2 /8 4

111.3

111.2

111.2

1.9

0

D im ension stone .........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R ough d im e nsion lim e s to n e ........................................................................................
R ough d im ension g r a n it e ............................................................................................

1411

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

109.9
109.8
119.2
105.5

112.0
112.1
119.2
109.4

111.9
111.9
119.2
109.0

2.6
(3)
(3)
3.8

-.1
- .2
0

1411-P
1411-101
1411-501

See footnotes at end of table.




11

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

3.8
4.4
8.8
0
3.6

0
0
0
0
0

0

-.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

Dimension stone— Continued
Other rough dimension s t o n e .........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

1411-901
1411-SM
1411 -S

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

06/85

109.4

110.1

110.1

06/89

101.2

99.5

101.9

Nov. 1988

1.1
(3)

Oct. 1989

0
2.4

Crushed and broken stone, including riprap ..............................................

142

12/84

113.8

113.9

114.0

1.8

.1

Crushed and broken lim estone...............................................................
Primary products............................................................................
North Central region ....................................................................
East North Central division.........................................................
West North Central division.........................................................
Other re gio n s..............................................................................
South region ............................................................................
South Atlantic division.............................................................
East South Central division......................................................
West South Central division .....................................................
Northeast re gio n .......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

1422

12/83
12/83
06/89
12/83
12/83
12/83
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89

116.8
118.0
100.1
117.4
116.2
119.3
99.5
99.1
99.9
100.0
100.0

116.9
118.1
100.3
117.4
117.0
119.3
99.6
99.4
99.5
100.0
100.0

117.1
118.3
100.3
117.4
116.9
119.6
99.8
99.7
100.0
100.0
100.2

2.4
2.7
(3)
2.4
2.8
3.0
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

.2
.2
0
0
-.1
.3
.2
.3
.5
0
.2

12/83

101.8

102.0

102.0

-.9

0

Crushed and broken granite, n.e.c............................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Granite and related r o c k s .............................................................
South Atlantic region.................................................................
Other regions...........................................................................

1423

12/83
12/83

120.9
121.0

119.9
119.9

120.3
120.3

.2
.2

.3
.3

12/83
12/83

123.0
116.0

121.6
115.8

122.1
115.9

-.3
1.6

.4
.1

Crushed and broken stone, n.e.c.............................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Traprock..................................................................................
San d ston e ...............................................................................
Other, (slate, volcanic rock, etc.)..................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

1429

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

122.5
122.8
125.1
103.7
132.9

123.5
123.8
125.1
109.1
133.5

123.1
123.4
125.1
106.9
133.5

.8
.7
-1.3
2.9
4.5

-.3
-.3
0
-2.0
0

12/83

118.9

119.2

119.1

2.2

-.1

1422-P
1422-1
1422-112
1422-113
1422-2
1422-21
1422-211
1422-212
1422-213
1422-22
1422-SM
1422-S

1423-P
1423-111
1423-11101
1423-11102

1429-P
1429-11111
1429-11112
1429-11114
1429-SM
1429-S

Sand and gra v e l..................................................................................

144

12/84

115.6

116.6

116.7

2.5

.1

Construction sand and gravel ................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Construction s a n d ........................................................................
Northeastern R e g io n .................................................................
New England ........................................................................
Mid-Atlantic ...........................................................................
North Central R e g io n ................................................................
East North C e ntral.................................................................
West North Ce ntral................................................................
Southern R e g io n .......................................................................
South A tlantic.......................................................................
East South Central.................................................................
West South Central................................................................
Western R e g io n ........................................................................
Mountain..............................................................................
P ac ific ..................................................................................
Construction g ra v e l......................................................................
Northeastern R e g io n .................................................................
New England ........................................................................
Mid-Atlantic ...........................................................................
North Central Region ................................................................
East North Central .................................................................
West North C e ntral................................................................
Southern R e g io n .......................................................................
South Atlantic.......................................................................
East South Central.................................................................
West South Central................................................................
Western R e g io n .......................................................................
Mountain..............................................................................
Pacific ..................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts.............................
Secondary products.....................................................................

1442

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82

123.1
123.7
125.1
142.1
172.9
132.5
117.5
118.9
114.1
113.9
130.8
102.3
95.5
134.9
89.8
146.3
122.5
139.5
163.0
123.4
124.2
127.3
115.6
117.8
132.1
106.5
112.0
114.3
104.5
118.9

124.3
124.9
127.4
142.4
172.9
132.9
121.7
125.9
113.2
114.0
130.8
102.4
95.6
138.2
90.0
151.0
122.8
137.1
156.6
123.4
125.5
129.2
115.6
118.4
132.1
107.0
113.1
114.7
105.8
118.8

124.1
124.7
127.0
143.1
172.9
134.2
119.2
122.3
112.5
114.5
130.8
104.2
95.8
138.2
90.0
151.0
122.8
135.6
150.0
125.0
125.8
129.8
115.6
118.6
132.1
107.4
113.2
115.0
105.8
119.3

2.2
2.2
3.5
1.9
0
3.0
2.4
4.1
(3)
1.5
1.2
(3
)
1.4
8.0
1.1
9.4
1.2
.9
-2.0
2.9
3.5
5.1
-.9
-3.3
-10.9
.8
2.4
3.6
2.4
4.1

-.2
-.2
-.3
.5
0
1.0
-2.1
-2.9
-.6
.4
0
1.8
.2
0
0
0
0
-1.1
-4.2
1.3
.2
.5
0
.2
0
.4
.1
.3
0
.4

06/82
06/82
06/82

139.1
126.5
104.8

139.1
126.5
105.0

139.1
126.5
105.0

6.0
7.5
.4

0
0
0

Industrial s a n d .....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
G lass sand .................................................................................
Molding s a n d ..............................................................................
Other industrial sand, n.e.c.............................................................
Abrasive sand, including blast s a n d ..............................................
Other industrial sand, n.e.c..........................................................

1446

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82

112.8
112.3
110.8
126.5
103.7
116.2
121.6

112.9
112.4
110.8
127.3
103.7
116.3
121.6

114.2
113.8
110.8
128.0
106.7
118.0
126.7

3.8
3.9
1.3
8.1
4.0
3.5
5.7

1.2
1.2
0
.5
2.9
1.5
4.2

Clay, ceramic, and refractory minerals.....................................................

145

12/84

108.2

108.7

108.7

3.0

0

1442-P
1442-3
1442-3A
1442-31
1442-32
1442-3B
1442-33
1442-34
1442-3C
1442-35
1442-36
1442-37
1442-3D
1442-38
1442-39
1442-5
1442-5A
1442-51
1442-52
1442-5B
1442-53
1442-54
1442-5C
1442-55
1442-56
1442-57
1442-5D
1442-58
1442-59
1442-SM
1442-M
1442-XY9
1442-S

1446-P
1446-1
1446-5
1446-9
1446-90101
1446-90109

See footnotes at end of table.




12

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

Bentonite...........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Prepared bentonite......................................................................
Mountain region .......................................................................
Other regions...........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

96.4
96.3
96.2
90.9
105.6

96.2
96.1
96.0
90.7
105.4

96.2
96.1
96.0
90.7
105.4

0.6
.6
.5
.3
1.4

06/84

101.3

101.3

101.3

2.4

0

12/84

98.7

98.7

98.7

0

0

1454-P

06/84
06/84

116.0
116.0

116.0
116.0

116.0
116.0

3.8
3.8

.0
0

1455-P
1455-201

06/84
06/84
06/84

110.9
111.0
111.1

111.8
111.9
112.0

111.8
111.8
111.9

4.0
4.0
4.0

0
-.1
-.1

06/84
06/84

113.2
112.9

113.2
112.9

113.2
112.9

1.0
.7

0
0

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

114.4
114.5
115.6
110.7
110.9

114.4
114.5
115.6
110.7
110.9

114.4
114.5
115.6
110.7
110.9

2.3
.5
.5
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

06/84

117.0

117.1

117.1

6.2

0

12/84

105.0

103.4

103.2

1.1

-.2

1472-P
1472-201

12/84
12/84
12/84

78.9
78.9
74.2

78.9
78.9
74.2

78.9
78.9
74.2

0
0
0

0
0
0

1474-P
1474-201
1474-301

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

114.1
114.0
113.4
120.9

114.7
114.6
111.8
122.3

115.0
114.9
114.0
122.3

2.0
2.1
-2.1
3.4

.3
.3
2.0
0

1475-P
1475-2
1475-201
1475-206
1475-20602

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

89.0
89.3
89.8
80.9
89.8
78.3

89.3
89.5
89.4
81.4
88.0
72.6

87.9
88.2
88.0
81.4
85.1
66.0

7.1
7.2
8.1
9.1
.7
-13.2

-1.6
-1.5
-1.6
0
-3.3
-9.1

1476-P
1476-101
1476-10101
1476-10102

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

103.7
103.7
103.7
109.2
92.0

107.3
108.1
108.1
112.0
99.4

109.0
109.7
109.7
111.0
(3)

-.4
-.4
-.4
-5.8
(3)

1.6
1.5
1.5
-.9

1477-P
1477-101

12/84
12/84
12/84

93.6
93.6
93.6

78.9
78.9
78.9

78.9
78.9
78.9

-14.4
-14.4
-14.4

0
0
0

1481-P
1481-803
1481-80302
1481-804

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

102.8
102.4
104.6
104.6
80.5

102.6
102.2
104.6
104.6
79.5

102.6
102.2
104.6
104.6
(3
)

-.2
-.3
(3)
(3
)
(3)

0
0
0
0

12/84

115.0

116.0

116.4

2.6

.3

1492-P
1492-201

12/84
12/84
12/84

102.9
102.9
102.9

102.9
102.9
102.9

102.9
102.9
102.9

1.2
1.2
1.2

0
0
0

1496-P

06/85
06/85

106.6
106.6

106.6
106.6

106.6
106.6

2.9
2.9

0
0

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

108.0
107.9
108.9
116.2

109.3
109.2
108.7
114.0

109.7
109.6
111.2
114.0

2.5
2.6
2.2
1.2

.4
.4
2.3
0

06/85

109.1

106.5

109.1

1.7

2.4

12/84

109.9

110.7

110.7

4.3

0

1452
1452-P
1452-201
1452-20111
1452-20113
1452-SM
1452-S
1453

Oct. 1989

0
0
0
0
0

1453-SM

Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Fuller’s earth.......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................

1454

Kaolin and ball c la y .............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Prepared kaolin and ball c la y .........................................................

1455

Clay and related minerals, n.e.c...............................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Feldspar....................................................................................
Prepared.................................................................................
Common clay and sh ale ...............................................................
Prepared.................................................................................
Other clay and related materials.....................................................
Prepared.................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

1459

Chemical and fertilizer mineral m ining.....................................................

147

Barite ................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Prepared barite...........................................................................

1472

Potash, soda, and borate minerals..........................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Processed or refined potassium s a lt s ..............................................
Natural sodium carbonates............................................................

1474

Phosphate r o c k ...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Processed phosphate r o c k ............................................................
Washed or concentrated phosphate ro c k ......................................
Dried phosphate ro c k ................................................................
6 6 % and up to but not including 7 0 % B P L .................................

1475

Rock s a lt ...........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Rock salt ...................................................................................
Southern region rock s a lt ...........................................................
Northern region rock s a lt ............................................................

1476

1459-P
1459-A
1459-211
1459-B
1459-221
1459-C
1459-223
1459-SM
1459-S

1477
Primary products............................................................................
Frasch process sulfu r...................................................................
Non-metallic minerals (except fuels) services............................................
Primary products............................................................................
Drilling.......................................................................................
Other drilling including blasting....................................................
Open-pit or quarry mining for o th e rs...............................................

1481

Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals, except fu els.......................................

149

Gypsum mining....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Crushed, ground, screened, or dried gypsum ....................................

1492

Talc, soapstone, and pyrophyllite............................................................
Primary products............................................................................

1496

Miscellaneous nonmetallic m inerals.........................................................
Primary products............................................................................
P e a t ..........................................................................................
Other nonmetallic minerals, n.e.c.....................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

1499
1499-P
1499-501
1499-988
1499-SM
1499-S

Total manufacturing in d u s trie s...................................................................................
See footnotes at end of table.




Nov. 1988

13

(3)

(3)

%

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index

Food and kindred products ....................................................................

20

12/84

112.5

Z

Oct.
19892

0 O
0
<£<

Index
base
C
O

Product
code

C c_
O
0 c
0
C v<O

Industry and product1

Industry
code

112.4

113.2

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

3.3

0.7

Meat products.....................................................................................

201

12/84

111.1

108.9

111.1

5.6

2.0

Meat packing plants .............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Miscellaneous byproducts of meatpacking plants, except sausage
c a sin g s.................................................................................
Edible tallow and stearin ............................................................
Beef, not canned or made into sausage ..........................................
Whole carcass beef...................................................................
U S D A choice beef ca rc a sse s...................................................
Other U SD A graded and ungraded beef ca rca sse s.......................
Primal and fabricated beef c u ts ...................................................
Boneless beef, including hamburger.............................................
Variety meats (edible o rg a n s)......................................................
Pork, fresh and frozen..................................................................
Whole carcass pork...................................................................
Primal and fabricated cuts (incl trim mings)....................................
Variety meats (fresh edible o rg a n s)..............................................
L a r d ..........................................................................................
Lard, commercial sizes (over 3 lb s .).............................................
Pork, processed or cured (not canned or made into sa u sa g e ).............
Hams and picnics, except c a n n e d ...............................................
Sliced b a c o n ............................................................................
Sausage and similar products (not canned)......................................
Fresh sa u sa g e ..........................................................................
Frankfurters or w ieners..............................................................
Other sausage, smoked or co o k e d ...............................................
Hides, skins, and pelts .................................................................
Cattle hides, except kip .............................................................
Other hides, skins, and pelts, except k ip .......................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
Resales ......................... :........................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2011

12/80
12/80

109.3
110.7

107.8
109.0

110.4
111.4

8.7
9.2

2.4
2.2

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/88
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/88
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

106.8
83.5
106.9
113.2
108.5
109.3
97.6
98.1
54.6
113.3
131.5
108.9
101.0
103.7
101.8
93.1
92.8
94.7
111.7
121.8
114.6
107.5
192.6
194.3
88.3

106.3
83.8
103.8
109.7
104.2
107.1
94.2
98.2
59.9
110.9
129.9
106.8
90.4
103.1
101.2
102.6
105.3
102.3
112.8
124.8
110.5
109.4
190.3
192.0
87.5

102.0
81.1
107.6
112.6
109.0
107.1
99.9
99.2
55.2
109.4
126.7
105.5
90.3
106.0
104.1
109.4
109.3
112.3
113.9
124.2
115.0
108.4
188.0
189.5
87.5

-.4
(3)
6.1
7.9
5.6
(3
)
2.3
10.1
-34.7
16.0
(3
)
15.2
32.0
9.2
9.0
14.7
12.1
17.6
7.9
8.8
8.5
7.1
19.1
18.7
(3)

-4.0
-3.2
3.7
2.6
4.6
0
6.1
1.0
-7.8
-1.4
-2.5
-1.2
-.1
2.8
2.9
6.6
3.8
9.8
1.0
-.5
4.1
-.9
-1.2
-1.3
0

12/80
12/80
12/80

103.2
102.7
75.3

102.5
102.0
79.4

105.2
104.8
83.1

5.0
5.0
-1.2

2.6
2.7
4.7

S ausages and other prepared m e ats.......................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Portion control and miscellaneous processed, frozen, or cooked meats .
Frozen ground meat patties........................................................
Frozen portion control other than ground meat patties....................
Miscellaneous processed, frozen, or cooked meats ........................
Pork, processed or cured, including frozen (not canned or made into
sausage) ..............................................................................
Hams and picnics, except c a n n e d ...............................................
Sliced b a c o n ............................................................................
Other smoked pork....................................................................
Boiled ham, barbecued pork, and other cooked pork, except canned
meats and s a u s a g e .............................................................
Sausages and similar products (not canned)....................................
Fresh sausage, pork sausage, breakfast links, etc...........................
Dry and semidry sausage (salami, cervelat, summer sausage,
pepperoni, pork roll, etc.) ......................................................
Frankfurters and w ieners............................................................
Other sausage, smoked or cooked (bologna, liverwurst, Polish
sausage, luncheon meats, etc.)..............................................
Canned meats (except dog and cat food) containing 20-percent or more
m e a t....................................................................................
Other canned m eats..................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
R e s a le s ..................................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2013
2013-P
2013-B
2013-B11
2013-B13
2013-B19

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/88
12/88
12/88

101.6
99.5
116.9
105.3
108.0
105.5

104.5
102.3
117.0
107.7
104.1
106.1

106.4
104.2
117.7
107.9
105.3
106.9

6.8
6.8
7.6
(3)
(3)
(3)

1.8
1.9
.6
.2
1.2
.8

2013-6
2013-631
2013-641
2013-652

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/88

73.4
82.0
59.7
102.3

78.2
88.6
63.1
104.8

84.4
93.9
72.4
109.6

12.1
8.4
21.1
(3
)

7.9
6.0
14.7
4.6

2013-661
2013-7
2013-711

12/82
12/82
12/82

80.6
106.8
104.6

84.8
110.3
108.3

88.0
109.9
107.9

7.3
5.5
7.4

3.8
-.4
-.4

2013-717
2013-721

12/82
12/82

107.2
104.5

110.3
108.1

109.5
108.3

4.1
6.3

-.7
.2

Poultry dressing, poultry and egg processing............................................
Primary products............................................................................
Young chicken............................................................................
Bulk broilers/wet ice p a c k ..........................................................
Grade A bulk whole broilers/wet ice p a c k ..................................
Other wet ice bulk broilers, including p a rts .................................
Tray pack broilers.....................................................................
Other broilers including frozen.....................................................
T u rk e ys......................................................................................
Young turkeys ..........................................................................
Hens, whole, Grade A frozen...................................................
Toms, whole, Grade A frozen ..................................................
Other young turkey ................................................................
Processed poultry and small game .................................................
Turkey, cooked or sm o ke d .........................................................

2018

2011-P
2011-C
2011-C41
2011-1
2011-112
2011-11202
2011-11205
2011-117
2011-131
2011-151
2011-4
2011-412
2011-417
2011-451
2011-5
2011-517
2011-6
2011-631
2011-641
2011-7
2011-711
2011-721
2011-735
2011-9
2011-912
2011-997
2011-SM
2011-M
2011-Z89
2011-S

2013-735

12/82

109.4

112.9

112.3

5.0

-.5

2013-8
2013-898
2013-SM
2013-M
2013-Z89
2013-S

12/82
12/82

100.8
104.5

101.3
105.1

102.7
106.5

1.8
1.8

1.4
1.3

12/82
12/82
12/82

111.1
109.6
117.6

114.3
113.1
118.2

116.5
115.2
118.7

7.6
6.4
3.8

1.9
1.9
.4

2018-P
2018-1
2018-133
2018-13301
2018-13398
2018-136
2018-139
2018-3
2018-323
2018-32301
2018-32302
2018-32398
2018-5
2018-521

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81

131.1
131.8
136.6
139.9
140.6
138.9
127.4
136.4
122.0
124.2
117.7
125.6
130.0
128.0
125.2

119.0
119.5
117.3
117.4
115.9
119.6
114.3
119.5
117.9
119.4
118.7
109.9
129.0
127.5
126.2

118.3
118.5
114.9
115.0
114.8
115.3
112.2
121.2
123.7
125.6
131.0
117.2
127.6
126.1
124.3

-4.3
-4.7
-8.2
-8.5
-9.2
-7.3
-4.0
-12.4
-7.7
—8.1
-6.5
-14.4
-3.8
4.3
1.1

-.6
-.8
-2.0
-2.0
-.9
-3.6
-1.8
1.4
4.9
5.2
10.4
6.6
-1.1
-1.1
-1.5

See footnotes at end of table.




14

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
perce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Ju ly
198 9 2

P ou ltry d ressing, p ou ltry and egg p ro cessin g — C o ntinued
C h icke n, c o o ke d o r s m o k e d ...................................................................................
Liquid, d rie d and fro zen e g g s ....................................................................................
D ried w h o le e g g s .......................................................................................................
Frozen o r liquid w h ole e g g s ...................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s re ce ip ts ................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2 01 8-52 3
201 8-9
2 01 8-91 5
2 0 1 8-95 5
2 018-S M
2 0 1 8-M
2 018-S

O ct.
198 9 2

Nov.
19892

1 2/81
12/8 1
12/8 1
1 2/8 1

128.0
117.3
92.4
100.1

125.5
120.8
102.2
106.5

1 2 /8 1
1 2/8 1

98.5
114.5

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

125.0
125.7
114.6
124.7

12.1
37.2
34.5
38.6

-0 .4
4.1
12.1
17.1

104.3
109.2

119.0
113.5

27.0
-3.1

14.1
3.9

D airy p ro d u cts .............................................................................................................................

2 02

1 2 /8 4

105.7
\

112.5

115.9

12.0

3.0

C rea m e ry b u tte r ..........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C rea m e ry b u t t e r ..............................................................................................................
B ulk b u tte r ( > 3 lb s . ) ...............................................................................................
B utter, co n su m e r p acka ge s ( < 3 lb s . ) ..............................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
C o ndensed and e vaporated m i lk ..........................................................................

2021

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

89.5
88.1
88.1
86.4
91.1

88.7
85.5
85.5
84.1
87.9

88.8
85.5
85.5
84.1
87.9

-3.1
-7 .0
-7 .0
-7 .4
-6 .2

.1
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

94.0
90.8

99.3
96.1

100.0
96.1

10.3
10.8

.7
0

N atural and pro cesse d c h e e s e .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N atural cheese, excep t c o tta ge ch ee se ...............................................................
A m e rica n-typ e c h e e s e ..............................................................................................
C h ed d ar c h e e s e .....................................................................................................
O the r A m e rica n-typ e c h e e s e .............................................................................
Italian-type c h e e s e .....................................................................................................
M ozzarella ch ee se ....
O the r Italian-type cheese
S w iss ch ee se .................
C rea m a nd n e u fch a te l c h e e s e ..............................................................................
O th e r natural ch ee se, e xce p t c o tta g e ...............................................................
P rocessed ch ee se and related p ro du cts ..............................................................
P rocessed c h e e s e .....................................................................................................
C heese f o o d .................................................................................................................
C heese s p r e a d ............................................................................................................
O the r related p ro cesse d cheese p ro d u c ts .......................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c ie p ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r se condary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
C o ndensed and e vaporated m ilk ..........................................................................
Fluid m i lk ........................................................................................................................

2022

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

104.2
106.7
103.9
102.3
104.2
96.0
107.1
109.8
103.0
100.8
122.4
101.8
109.6
102.6
122.5
120.1
112.6

114.9
118.7
114.8
113.6
115.6
107.6
118.7
122.9
112.2
111.6
125.1
111.7
124.0
118.1
142.1
121.0

15.0
16.2
15.6
16.8
16.6
17.6
16.0
17.8
13.0
11.8
3.4
17.6
17.8
19.9
16.7
13.0
3.4

1.8
1.3
1.9
1.5
1.6
.7
3.0
3.3
2.5
.8
.7
5.1
.2
.8
-.8
-.2

(3)

117.0
120.2
117.0
115.3
117.4
108.4
122.3
127.0
115.0
112.5
126.0
117.4
124.3
119.1
141.0
120.7
113.3

(3)

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

105.5
105.7
88.8
136.0
53.6
94.2

115.7
116.0
91.1
128.8
75.0
91.6

120.3
120.6
96.7
130.7
96.9
92.1

13.5
13.6
7.4
3.5
56.0
-3.1

4.0
4.0
6.1
1.5
29.2
.5

C o ndensed and e vaporated m i lk ..........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Dry m ilk p ro du cts ...........................................................................................................
O the r dry m ilk products, co nsum er-type p acka ge s (3 lbs. o r le s s ) ........
D ry w hey, bulk packa ging (m ore tha n 3 lbs.) .................................................
Dry w h ole milk, bulk packa ging (m ore th a n 3 lb s . ) .......................................
N o n fa t d ry milk, b ulk packa ging (m ore tha n 3 lb s . ) ......................................
O the r foo d -g rad e dry m ilk products, bulk packaging (m ore tha n 3 lbs.)
Feed-grade dry m ilk products, bulk p ackaging (m ore than 3 lbs.) .........
C a nn e d m ilk pro du cts, co n su m e r-typ e ca n ..........................................................
E vap o rate d milk, co n su m e r-typ e c a n ..................................................................
C o n d e nse d a nd e vap o ra te d m ilk pro du cts, sh ipp e d in bulk (barrels,
dru m s a nd tan ks) ...................................................................................................
A ll o th e r fo o d -g ra d e co n c e n tra te d m ilk pro du cts, e xc e p t ice cre a m
m ixes, sh ipp e d in b ulk .....................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
C rea m e ry b u t t e r ..........................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
Fluid m ilk and re la ted p ro d u cts ............................................................................

2023
2023-P
2023-1
2 02 3 -1 2 9
2 0 2 3-13 9
202 3-14 2
2023-143
2023-146
2023-151
202 3-2
2 02 3-21 2

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

109.5
113.6
106.6
147.3
94.2
100.7
95.6
112.3
90.6
128.2
111.4

123.1
130.4
128.6
154.4
134.3
116.5
132.0
119.8
113.1
133.5
113.6

131.8
142.7
145.4
154.4
166.0
124.2
160.6
123.2
140.3
134.3
114.4

24.9
32.5
41.6
19.7
57.2
18.4
79.4
12.5
39.2
12.5
8.8

7.1
9.4
13.1
0
23.6
6.6
21.7
2.8
24.0
.6
.7

2023-3

1 2 /8 3

111.4

138.1

169.1

68.3

22.4

2 02 3-31 8
202 3-S M
2023-S
2 0 2 1-S
202 3-S S S
2 026-S

1 2 /8 3

111.4

138.1

169.1

68.3

22.4

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

97.7
93.3
131.0
91.5

99.8
88.1
138.2
97.1

101.0
88.1
138.7
99.5

5.2
-8 .4
8.0
14.5

1.2
0
.4
2.5

Ice cre a m and fro zen d e s s e r t s .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Ice cre a m and ices ........................................................................................................
B ulk ice cre a m a nd cu sta rd (3 g a llo n s o r m o r e ) ............................................
B ulk va nilla ice cre a m and cu sta rd (3 g allon s o r m o r e ) .........................
O th e r b ulk ice cre a m and cu sta rd (3 g a llo n s o r m ore) ...........................
C onsu m e r-size ice cre a m and cu sta rd (16 oz. to le ss tha n 3 g a llo n s )..
V an illa ice cre a m and cu sta rd in co n su m e r size (16 oz. to le ss than
3 g a llo n s )...........................................................................................................
O th e r co n su m e r-size ice cre a m a nd cu sta rd (16 oz. to less tha n 3
g a llo n s ) ..............................................................................................................
N o velty fo rm s o f fro zen d e sse rts (any fro zen d airy-type d e sse rt less
th a n 16 o u n c e s ) ..................................................................................................
W a te r ices (16 oz. size o r la r g e r ) .........................................................................

2024
2024-P
2024-1
2 0 2 4-11 4
2024-11401
2 0 2 4 -11 4 98
2 02 4-11 5

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

114.5
113.1
113.1
107.1
116.2
102.3
113.8

120.1
119.1
119.1
131.6
116.2
139.5
114.8

120.7
119.4
119.4
132.3
118.3
139.5
115.1

8.6
9.0
9.0
26.2
2.5
40.5
5.3

.5
.3
.3
.5
1.8
0
.3

2024-11501

0 6 /8 3

114.4

116.5

116.5

4.5

0

2 0 2 4 -11 5 98

0 6 /8 3

113.4

113.9

114.2

5.6

.3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

119.0
113.6

122.8
113.6

123.2
113.6

5.0
0

.3
0

2021 -P
2021-1
202 1-11 3
2 021-115
2 02 1 -SM
2 02 1 -S
2 023-S

2 022-P
2022-1
2 022-102
2022-10201
2022-10211
2 022-103
2022-10301
2022-10311
2 0 2 2-10 5
2 0 2 2-10 7
2022-111
2022-2
2022-211
2022-213
2022-215
2022-219
2022-SM
2022-M
2 02 2-Z 89
2022-S
2022-SS S
2023-S
2026-S

2 02 4-11 6
2024-151

See footnotes at end of table.




15

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Index
base

Product
code

July
19892

Ice cream and frozen desserts— Continued
Consumer-size ice milk (16 oz. to less than 3 gallons) ....................
Consumer-size sherbet (16 oz. to less than 3 gallon s).....................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................
Fluid m ilk ............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Packaged fluid milk and related products.........................................
Fluid whole milk, package d .........................................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, Northeast re gio n .............................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, North Central region.........................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, Southern region ..............................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, Western region................................
Lowfat milk, 0.5 - 2.0% butterfat, packaged ...................................
Skim milk, p a c k a g e d .................................................................
Cream, heavy, with more than 30 % butterfat (whipping cream ).........
Sour cream and related products.................................................
Half and half and related p rod u cts...............................................
Cottage cheese (including farmers’ cheese, pot cheese and bakers’
cheese) ................................................................................
Cottage cheese, manufactured and creamed at the establishment.....
Buttermilk, chocolate drinks and other flavored milk products..............
Y o gu rt.....................................................................................
Buttermilk and related products...................................................
Flavored milk drinks (chocolate milk, chocolate drink) .....................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
R e s a le s ..................................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Creamery butter.......................................................................
Cheese ...................................................................................
Condensed and evaporated m ilk..................................................
Ice cream and frozen desse rts....................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................
Canned and preserved fruits and vegetables............................................
Canned specialties...............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Canned soups, except frozen or se afood.........................................
Canned dry b e a n s.......................................................................
Beans with pork (13.1 oz to 18 o z )...............................................
Other canned dry beans, including chili con came (13.1 oz to 18 oz) ..
Other canned dry beans, including chili con came (other siz e s)........
Canned specialty f o o d s ................................................................
Spanish foods (Mexican rice, tortillas, enchiladas)..........................
Other canned specialties, including canned puddings (other than
canned m e a ts)....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................
Canned fruits and vege tables.....................................................

2032

Canned fruits and vegetables ................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Canned fruits, except baby fo o d .....................................................
Apples ....................................................................................
Cherries, red pitted...................................................................
Cherries, sw e e t........................................................................
Fruit pie m ixes..........................................................................
Apple pie m ix ........................................................................
Cherry pie m ix.......................................................................
A pplesauce..............................................................................
Olives, ripe and green rip e .........................................................
Peaches, including sp ic e d ..........................................................
Pears, including sp ic e d ..............................................................
Canned vegetables, except hominy and m ushroom s..........................
Fresh lima b e a n s ......................................................................
Beans, green and wax (including blue la k e )...................................
Beans, green and wax (excluding blue lake) ...............................
Carrots....................................................................................
Vegetable combinations.............................................................
Spinach ..................................................................................
Other leafy gre e n s....................................................................
White potatoe s.........................................................................
Sauerkraut...............................................................................
A sp a rag u s...............................................................................
B e e t s .....................................................................................

2033

2026-3
2026-313
2026-4
2026-432
2026-434
2026-435
2026-SM
2026-M
2026-Z89
2026-S
2021-S
2022-S
2023-S
2024-S
2026-SSS

2032-P
2032-2
2032-3
2032-373
2032-386
2032-391
2032-4
2032-493

103.4
110.4

4.7
6.1

0
0

120.8
120.8

133.4
133.4

133.4
133.4

18.2
18.2

0
0

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

110.7
107.7
109.6
108.5
110.8
103.3
111.7
108.3
110.7
119.2
103.6
110.2
109.5

114.8
112.0
114.3
113.5
114.8
110.8
116.5
111.2
115.4
123.6
103.4
110.2
116.2

118.4
114.5
117.6
116.8
118.4
114.8
120.5
112.0
118.9
129.0
103.2
111.0
117.4

8.9
8.8
8.9
9.0
9.2
9.4
9.0
7.4
10.0
10.9
-.4
.9
6.3

3.1
2.2
2.9
2.9
3.1
3.6
3.4
.7
3.0
4.4
-.2
.7
1.0

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

114.8
114.9
112.8
113.2
112.2
112.8

124.4
124.4
116.6
116.5
115.5
117.1

126.2
126.0
119.5
116.5
118.6
121.4

12.9
12.6
7.8
5.0
8.2
9.0

1.4
1.3
2.5
0
2.7
3.7

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

117.8
117.8
111.8
89.7
93.8
107.1
116.3
130.2

118.8
118.8
115.2
88.8
112.5
112.5
118.3
131.1

119.9
119.9
125.5
88.2
112.5
147.4
118.6
131.0

4.2
4.2
13.9
-5.4
10.2
46.4
3.4
.8

.9
.9
8.9
-.7
0
31.0
.3
-.1

114.6

115.4

115.3

2.5

-.1

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

128.1
130.2
140.5
124.3
138.9
116.0
111.7
107.8
131.6

129.8
131.9
144.3
124.3
138.9
115.8
111.5
108.9
127.5

129.8
131.9
144.3
124.3
138.9
115.8
111.6
109.1
131.6

2.9
3.1
7.0
4.5
7.0
.4
5.3
-1.5
3.5

0
0
0
0
0
0
.1
.2
3.2

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

2032-498
2032-SM
2032-S
2032-SSS
2033-SSS

12/82

113.0

116.5

116.5

3.5

0

12/82
12/82
12/82

122.4
115.7
128.6

124.7
117.5
131.3

124.5
117.0
131.3

4.5
3.3
5.6

-.2
-.4
0

2033-P
2033-1
2033-112
2033-122
2033-124
2033-162
2033-16261
2033-16263
2033-171
2033-173
2033-174
2033-175
2033-2
2033-203
2033-207
2033-20792
2033-215
2033-235
2033-255
2033-258
2033-275
2033-276
2033-291
2033-293

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
12/81
06/81
12/87
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81

129.1
128.2
127.9
113.5
105.9
117.0
108.9
108.1
105.2
124.8
119.0
148.9
129.8
125.9
138.3
131.5
122.9
140.5
125.9
115.2
97.4
146.2
149.3
99.6
133.7

128.7
127.8
126.7
114.4
110.5
118.3
106.3
108.1
101.6
124.6
118.5
146.3
128.8
124.2
137.8
139.3
126.9
139.7
132.1
116.1
101.6
145.2
143.6
103.6
135.3

128.4
127.5
126.4
114.4
110.5
118.3
106.3
108.1
101.6
125.6
113.9
146.3
128.8
123.5
144.3
136.2
123.5
139.8
(3)
116.1
101.6
146.3
158.6
103.6
134.8

1.5
1.1
1.0
3.2
6.9
1.1
-6.4
2.8
-10.0
7.9
-6.1
.8
2.1
-.8
27.4
2.0
2.2
-1.5
(3)
-2.2
1.6
-5.4
13.4
3.6
3.5

-.2
-.2
-.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
.8
-3.9
0
0
-.6
4.7
-2.2
-2.7
.1
(3)
0
0
.8
10.4
0
-.4

See footnotes at end of table.




G01
G02
G03
G04

103.4
110.4

12/84

203

2026-P
2026-2
2026-212
2026-21200
2026-21200
2026-21200
2026-21200
2026-223
2026-225
2026-232
2026-245
2026-252

109.1
104.6

06/83
06/83

2026

Nov.
19892

06/83
06/83

2024-184
2024-196
2024-SM
2024-S
2024-SSS

Oct.
19892

16

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
perce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

Canned fruits and vegetables— Continued
Sweet corn, whole kernel.........................................
Sweet corn, cream sty le ..........................................
Green p e a s ............................................................
T o m a to es..............................................................
Other canned vege tab les.........................................
Canned hominy and mushrooms ..................................
M ush room s............................................................
Canned fruit juices, nectars, and concentrates................
Apple juice............................................................
Grape ju ice ............................................................
Pineapple juice.......................................................
Grapefruit juice.......................................................
Other whole fruit juices and mixtures of whole fruit juices
Orange juice, single strength ....................................
Canned vegetable ju ice s.............................................
Tomato juice..........................................................
Catsup and other tomato sauces, etc.............................
Tomato sauces ......................................................
Tomato sauces, 7.1-10 oz. s iz e .............................
Tomato sauces, other siz e s....................................
C a t s u p ..................................................................
Catsup, 14- 32 oz. size .........................................
Catsup, all other s iz e s ..........................................
Tomato p a s t e ........................................................
Tomato paste, all other sizes (incl. bulk)...................
Tomato pulp and puree ...........................................
Jams, jellies and preserves .........................................
Strawberry jams and preserves.................................
Other jams and preserves........................................
Grape jelly.............................................................
Other jellies............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................
R e s a le s ................................................................
Secondary products...................................................
Canned specialties .................................................
Other secondary products........................................
Frozen fruits and vegetables.....................................

2 0 3 3-29 4
203 3-29 5
2 0 3 3-29 6
203 3-29 7
203 3-29 9
203 3-3
2033-321
203 3-4
2033-411
2 03 3-42 5
203 3-42 8
2033-431
2 0 3 3-47 2
2 03 3-49 2
2 033-5
203 3-51 5
203 3-6
203 3-61 4
2 03 3-61 4 13
2 0 3 3-61 4 19
2033-621
2 0 3 3-62 1 22
2 0 3 3 -62 1 23
2 03 3-66 2
2 0 3 3-66 2 64
2033-691
2 033-8
2033-811
2 03 3-81 5
2033-821
2 03 3-82 5
203 3-S M
2033-M
2 03 3-Z 89
203 3-S
2032-S
2 033-S S S
2037-S

Dried and dehydrated fruits, vegetables and s o u p s...................
Primary products..........................................................
Dried fruits and vegetables..........................................
Dried fruits ............................................................
R a is in s ...............................................................
Prunes...............................................................
Other fruits.........................................................
Dried vegetables.....................................................
Potatoes (including flakes, granules, etc.).................
Onions ...............................................................
Other vegetables..................................................
Dried s o u p s ..............................................................
Dried soups ...........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................
Secondary products...................................................

203 4

Pickles, sauces and salad dressings......................................
Primary products..........................................................
Pickles and other pickled products................................
Fermented p ick le s..................................................
Dill p ick le s..........................................................
Sweet pickles......................................................
Other finished pickled products.................................
Meat sa u c e s.............................................................
Prepared mustard ...................................................
Other s a u c e s .........................................................
Mayonnaise, salad dressings and sandwich spreads ........
Salad dressing........................................................
M ayonnaise............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................
Secondary products...................................................
Canned fruits and vege tables....................................
Other secondary products........................................

2035

Frozen fruits and vegetables................................................
Primary production........................................................
Frozen fruits, juices and ades ......................................
Other frozen berries including raspberries...................
Frozen orange juice.................................................
Frozen orange juice, over one gallon .......................

2037

2034-P
2 034-X
2034-1
2 03 4-11 3
2 0 3 4-11 5
203 4-12 3
203 4-2
203 4-21 3
2 03 4-23 7
2034-241
2034-3
2034-311
2 034-S M
2034-S

2 035-P
2035-2
203 5-21 2
2035-21211
2 0 3 5-21 2 15
203 5-23 3
203 5-3
2035-311
2035-351
203 5-4
2035-411
203 5-42 3
2035-S M
2035-S
2033-S
203 5-S S S

2037-P
2037-1
203 7-16 4
203 7-17 9
2037-17901

See footnotes at end of table.




17

O ct.
1 9892

Nov.
19892

0 6 /8 1
0 8 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

110.4
113.9
129.5
145.8
104.9
123.7
122.6
132.7
121.1
119.9
131.5
131.9
123.9
145.0
140.9
148.4
126.9
128.5
105.0
103.9
126.9
100.8
122.1
123.3
123.7
133.3
127.0
128.9
122.5
108.9
146.9

99.9
105.8
121.7
144.8
104.4
123.4
122.2
133.1
120.7
124.4
131.5
132.5
125.0
145.3
144.1
147.1
127.4
128.4
105.0
103.8
127.7
102.0
121.9
123.5
124.0
134.4
128.4
125.8
122.5
123.1
142.1

98.9
103.9
121.7
145.4
105.5
123.6
122.5
132.9
121.1
124.0
131.5
132.5
125.0
145.3
141.1
142.7
127.8
130.3
108.6
104.8
127.4
102.0
121.0
122.8
123.2
134.3
129.1
131.4
118.5
124.3
145.5

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

87.3
86.3
144.5
123.6
121.6
189.7

87.3
86.3
144.3
124.7
125.8
182.6

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

128.6
129.2
131.7
100.2
90.2
114.1
111.7
160.2
209.1
91.4
93.9
119.1
119.1

129.5
130.1
132.9
100.9
90.0
116.0
113.7
161.8
211.7

1 2 /8 2

Nov. 1988

-8 .2
-8 .5
-6 .3
3.0
4.8
12.8
12.9
.5
2.6
4.9

O ct. 1989

(3)
7.4
8.2
6.3
7.0
7.2
3.4
15.8
4.8

-1 .0
-1 .8
0
.4
1.1
.2
.2
-.2
.3
-.3
0
0
0
0
-2.1
-3 .0
.3
1.5
3.4
1.0
-.2
0
-.7
-.6
-.6
-.1
.5
4.5
-3 .3
1.0
2.4

87.3
86.3
143.7
122.5
125.6
182.3

.1
.2
4.9
-1 .3
5.4
7.4

0
0
-.4
-1 .8
-.2
-.2

131.5
132.1
135.4
101.0

13.7
14.5
17.4
3.2

1.5
1.5
1.9
.1

(3)
116.0
113.7
166.4
217.7

(3)
5.1
6.9
26.9
35.4

(3)

(3)
(3)
119.1
119.1

(3)
(3)
119.1
119.1

(3)
(3)
2.8
2.8

(3)
(3)

119.4

119.4

119.4

1.8

0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 6
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

131.5
132.4
134.2
114.1
134.4
142.5
135.0
146.9
140.5
150.3
129.0
131.7
131.0

137.3
134.9
140.7
118.9
139.4
150.0
144.7
146.9
140.5
150.3
129.5
131.7
130.0

137.0
135.2
141.5
119.7
140.8
150.2
144.8
146.9
140.5
150.3
129.5
131.7
130.0

5.4
3.1
8.7
8.3
8.0
9.4
12.1
0
-3 .9
2.0
.4
.3
-.8

-.2
.2
.6
.7
1.0
.1
.1
0
0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 1
1 0 /8 3
0 6 /8 1

129.4
115.0
131.3

140.9
113.6
143.9

139.6
114.5
142.4

9.3
1.3
9.8

-.9
.8
-1 .0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 4 /8 9
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

128.2
125.4
123.2
100.7
130.9
143.2

127.2
124.0
120.4
99.4
124.7
127.1

126.5
123.2
116.8
102.8
118.2
112.9

-3 .7
-.4
-6.1

-.6
-.6
-3 .0
3.4
-5 .2
-1 1 .2

(3)
-1 .2
2.5
.1
.6
-1 .8
2.3
3.2
-.7
4.4
-4 .6
-1 3 .9

(3)
-9 .8
-2 0 .4

0
0
2.8
2.8

0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rc e n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P roduct
co de

Index
base
July
19892

F rozen fru its and v e g e ta b le s— C ontin u ed
Fro ze n o ra ng e juice , 10.1 to 13 o z .................................................................
Fro ze n g ra p e fru it ju ice .............................................................................................
Fro ze n g ra p e fru it juice , 4.1 to 7 o z .................................................................
Fro ze n g ra p e fru it juice, all o th e r s iz e s ...........................................................
Fro ze n le m o n a d e ........................................................................................................
F ro ze n le m o na d e, 10.1 to 13 o z ......................................................................
Frozen grape ju ic e .....................................................................................................
F rozen g rape juice, 10.1 to 13 o z ....................................................................
O th e r fro zen fru it and berry juice, co nce ntrate d ............................................
F rozen v e g e ta b le s ..........................................................................................................
Frozen green b e a n s ..................................................................................................
F rozen brussels s p ro u ts ...........................................................................................
Frozen c a r r o t s .............................................................................................................
F rozen c a u liflo w e r.......................................................................................................
Frozen succota sh .......................................................................................................
O the r fro zen c o m b in a tio n s .....................................................................................
F rozen fre nch fried p o ta to e s ..................................................................................
Frozen fre n c h frie d p ota to e s, tw o lbs. and u n d e r .....................................
Frozen fre nch frie d p otatoes, o v e r tw o lb s....................................................
O th e r fro zen p ota to p ro d u c ts .................................................................................
F rozen sw e et cu t corn, y e llo w ..............................................................................
F rozen sw e et c o b corn, y e llo w .............................................................................
O the r fro zen v e g e ta b le s ..........................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .............................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
C anned fruits and v e g e ta b le s ................................................................................
All o th e r secon da ry p r o d u c ts .................................................................................

2 03 7-17 9 03
2 03 7-18 3
2037-18301
2 03 7 -1 8 3 0 2
2 03 7-18 9
2 03 7-18902
2037-191
2 037-19102
2 037-195
2037-2
2037-213
2037-231
2037-233
2037-235
2037-243
2 037-246
2037-248
2037-24801
2 03 7-24802
2 03 7-249
2037-253
2 03 7-255
2037-298
2037-SM
2037-M
2 037-Z 89
2037-S
2033-S
2037-SS S

O ct.
198 9 2

Nov.
19892

0 6 /8 1
0 7 /8 1
0 7 /8 1
0 7 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1

128.6
127.8
118.8
129.4
109.2
111.1
108.7
110.8
113.4
127.2
137.4
110.3
138.3
114.5
121.1
105.4
129.2
101.4
134.9
109.3
139.3
139.5
126.1

123.3
130.3
118.8
132.2
122.3
124.4
107.9
110.0
116.5
126.8
138.3
106.2
136.5
109.2

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

179.5

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

-4 .7
-6 .9
-6 .2
-7 .0
3.4
3.4
0
0
.3
4.1
4.8
-3 .7
5.1
6.2
8.3
3.9
3.3
-1 1 .3
5.9
1.4
14.8
8.0
.5

-3 .5
3.2
0
3.8
0
0
4.5
4.5
0
1.1
-2 .7
0
-.7
2.1

(3)
140.9
126.1

119.0
134.5
118.8
137.2
122.3
124.4
112.8
115.0
116.5
128.2
134.5
106.2
135.5
111.5
125.9
105.3
131.1
101.1
137.2
105.0
150.2
140.6
124.3

(3)
116.2
123.4
110.0

(3)
(3)
117.6
125.7
110.6

(3)
(3)
116.9
124.4
110.6

(3)
(3)
4.1
4.7
.9

(3)
(3)
-.6
-1 .0
0

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

124.1
127.4
130.9
135.7
126.8
121.2

124.4
127.9
131.9
135.7
127.6
124.0

124.8
128.2
131.2
135.7
126.8
122.3

4.4
5.3
4.8
7.1
2.6
1.7

.3
.2
-.5
0
-.6
-1 .4

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

131.6
131.1
154.4
106.5
118.2
116.4
117.9
114.9

133.6
131.4
154.2
107.4
118.7
116.9
118.8
115.0

132.1
131.7
154.1
108.6
118.7
118.1
120.6
115.5

3.4
5.4
4.2
3.4
4.4
5.8
7.4
4.1

-1 .1
.2
-.1
1.1
0
1.0
1.5
.4

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

125.7
129.0
150.7

123.5
125.8
150.7

124.4
127.1
150.7

-.1
-.9
18.0

.7
1.0
0

(3)
105.1
129.0
98.5
135.3
105.0

(3)
.2
1.6
2.6
1.4
0
(3)
-.2
-1 .4

Frozen s p e c ia ltie s .......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Frozen pies and o th e r b aked g oo ds ......................................................................
Frozen p ie s ...................................................................................................................
S w e et ye a s t g o o d s incl. ye ast raised d onuts, sw e et ro lls ,e tc ....................
S o ft ca kes(po un d s,laye rs,sh ee t, fru it,c h e e s e ,e tc .)........................................
O th e r fro ze n b ake d g oo ds(w a ffle s, co o kie s,p a strie s,e tc.)e xcl. bread
and r o l l s .................................................................................................................
Fro ze n d in n e rs,b e e f,p o rk,p o u ltry p ies and n atio na lity f o o d s .........................
Frozen d in n e r s ............................................................................................................
Fro ze n p iz z a .................................................................................................................
Fro ze n n a tio n a lity fo o d ............................................................................................
O th e r fro zen sp e cia ltie s ...............................................................................................
F ro ze n e n t r e e s ............................................................................................................
O th e r fro ze n s p e c ia ltie s ...........................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
F o od p re p a ra tio n s,n .e .c.............................................................................................

2 038

G rain m ill p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................................

2 04

1 2 /8 4

117.0

115.5

115.1

-1 .2

-.3

F lo u r a nd o th e r grain m ill p ro d u cts .....................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W h e a t f lo u r ........................................................................................................................
B a ke rs’ a nd in stitutio na l w h ite b re ad -type flo u r sh ipp e d in b u lk ..............
B a k e rs ’ a nd in stitutio na l w h ite b re ad -type flo u r sh ipp e d in
c o n ta in e r s .............................................................................................................
B a k e rs ’ a nd in stitutio na l s o ft w h e a t flo u r sh ipp e d in b ulk ..........................
B a k e rs ’ a nd in stitu tio n a l s o ft w h e a t flo u r sh ipp e d in c o n ta in e rs ..............
Fa m ily w h ite flo u r 2 5 lb s o r m ore (incl a ll-p u rpo se fo r d o m e stic
d o n a tio n ) ................................................................................................................
F lo u r sh ipp e d fo r p ro cessin g in to o th e r fo o d p r o d u c t s ...............................
O th e r w h e a t m ill p ro d u c ts ...........................................................................................
W h e a t m ill f e e d ...........................................................................................................
Co rn m ill p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................
W h o le c o r n m e a l..........................................................................................................
C o rn g rits a nd h o m in y ..............................................................................................
O th e r co rn m ill p ro d u cts (fo r h um an c o n s u m p tio n )......................................
B le n d e d and p re pa re d f l o u r ........................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2041
2 0 4 1 -P
2041-1
2041-111

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

109.9
109.2
112.1
111.6

109.5
108.8
108.3
105.9

110.1
109.4
108.6
106.7

-1 .3
-1 .6
-.4
.7

.5
.6
.3
.8

2 04 1-11 3
2 04 1-11 5
2 04 1-11 7

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

110.8
116.5
118.9

106.3
119.5
121.7

105.8
118.7
120.6

-1.1
2.4
1.1

-.5
- .7
- .9

204 1-12 3
2 04 1-12 7
204 1-2
204 1-21 3
2041-3
2041-311
2041-321
2 04 1-39 5
204 1-5
2 0 4 1 -SM
2 0 4 1-S

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

127.9
137.1
73.8
71.8
93.1
111.3
93.2
104.5
119.8

127.9
133.3
99.3
98.9
90.6
111.3
88.7
99.4
119.8

127.9
132.5
103.0
102.9
91.0
111.3
90.2
101.0
119.8

7.3
-.3
-1 1 .3
-1 0 .8
-3 .0
0
-1 .6
-3 .3
.3

0
-.6
3.7
4.0
.4
0
1.7
1.6
0

0 6 /8 3

142.5

142.5

142.5

11.6

0

C ereal b re a kfa st f o o d s .............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R e ady to se rve ce re al b re akfa st f o o d s ..................................................................
C o rn fla k e s and o th e r co rn b re a kfa st f o o d s ....................................................
W h e a t fla k e s a nd o th e r w h e a t b re a kfa st f o o d s .............................................
O a t b re a kfa st f o o d s ...................................................................................................

2043
2043-P
2043-1
2043-111
2 04 3-11 2
2 0 4 3-11 5

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

138.3
150.6
152.4
154.5
147.9
152.6

139.9
152.9
152.8
154.5
149.4
152.3

139.5
152.5
152.7
154.5
149.3
152.2

9.8
11.6
12.4
13.5
9.9
11.5

-.3
-.3
-.1
0
-.1
-.1

2 038-P
2038-1
2038-111
2 0 3 8-11 3
2 0 3 8-11 4
2 0 3 8-11 8
203 8-2
2 0 3 8-22 5
2 03 8-24 3
2 03 8-24 5
203 8-3
2 03 8-31 3
2 0 3 8-31 8
2 03 8-S M
2 03 8-S
2 03 8-S S S
2 099-S S S

See footnotes at end of table.




18

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
perce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
July
19892

C e re al b re a kfa st fo o d s — C o ntinued
R ice b re a kfa st f o o d s .................................................................................................
P re pa ra tion s o f o th e r gra ins a nd m ixed grains,in cl. bab y c e r e a ls ..........
T o be c o o ke d b efo re serving ce re al b re a kfa st f o o d s ......................................
F arina and o th e r w h e a t f o o d s ...............................................................................

Nov.
1989?

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

204 3-11 7
204 3-11 9
2043-2
2043-252

11.3
17.3
5.6
4.0

0
0
-2.1
-.1

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

96.2
96.5
98.1
100.0
93.7
110.0
107.1
106.0
103.7
111.2
84.8
100.1

97.7
96.6
98.6
99.1
92.0
110.5
107.0
105.5
102.8
111.4
82.1
96.9

96.2
95.0
97.1
98.4
91.0
110.0
106.8
101.3
95.4
111.4
79.5
93.9

1.1
-1 .5
-.6
-1 .0
.1
-.3
-3 .9
2.2
3.2
1.0
-8 .4
1.6

-1 .5
-1 .7
-1 .5
-.7
-1.1
-.5
-.2
-4 .0
-7 .2
0
-3 .2
-3.1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

108.2
107.1
107.1
106.5
114.1
108.9
102.9
99.3
103.3
113.6
80.0
109.7
109.1
107.2

109.4
108.2
108.2
107.9
116.0
117.3
102.9
99.3
103.8
117.6
80.0
109.7
109.1
107.2

109.3
108.0
108.0
107.6
116.0
117.0
102.9
99.3
103.4
117.6
78.2
109.7
109.1

5.2
5.3
5.3
5.7
10.9
10.5
3.0
0
1.8
7.6
-2 .0
3.8
4.0

-.1
-.2
-.2
-.3
0
-.3
0
0
-.4
0
-2 .3
0
0

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

116.5
116.5
118.4
122.5
112.1

119.8
119.8
118.4
122.5
112.2

119.8
119.8
119.3
124.1
112.1

4.6
4.6
4.6
5.4
3.3

0
0
.8
1.3
-.1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

116.2
116.4
123.7
131.5
131.5
124.8
115.5
116.7
112.3
101.3
73.3
136.0
161.0
165.9

110.2
110.3
111.8
123.2
121.9
105.1
113.2
114.1
112.5
100.7
70.8
136.8
156.7
177.2

111.3
111.7
113.7
123.5
123.7
107.4
112.4
113.3
112.5
100.9
77.1
136.3
152.7
170.7

5.2
6.1
11.0
12.0
16.9
15.5
7.1
7.7
4.7
2.7
4.8
-6.1
-1 0 .2
-4 .4

1.0
1.3
1.7
.2
1.5
2.2
-.7
-.7
0
.2
8.9
-.4
-2 .6
-3 .7

0 6 /8 5

114.9

109.6

108.5

-1 .5

-1 .0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

113.9
114.7
114.5
116.0
112.5
119.7
121.2
111.6
109.9
118.5
106.9
120.3

115.1
115.5
115.3
117.2
112.8
121.4
120.9
114.6
109.9
118.3
103.0
121.4

115.5
115.9
115.6
116.6
113.3
120.1
120.9
114.6
113.4
118.2
103.0
121.4

1.8
3.7
3.5
2.7
6.8
2.0
2.5
2.1
6.5
-4 .8
2.2
4.9

.3
.3
.3
-.5
.4
-1.1
0
0
3.2
-.1
0
0

1 2 /8 5

103.7

108.4

108.4

-1 3 .9

0

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

98.0
97.9
94.1
76.8
97.7
102.2
100.8
89.3

94.2
94.1
86.4
71.8
91.4
91.7
96.6
92.5

93.1
93.0
84.2
67.6
88.0
90.8
94.2
92.7

-9 .9
-9 .9
-1 4 .0
-2 2 .5
-1 2 .9
-1 3 .4
-9 .3
-7 .8

-1 .2
-1 .2
-2 .5
-5 .8
-3 .7
-1 .0
-2 .5
.2

2 047

P re pa re d anim al feeds, n .e .c...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P ou ltry fee d s, egg type , b ro ile r a nd t u r k e y ...........................................................
S ta rte r-g ro w e r, c o m p le t e .........................................................................................
L ayer-breeder, c o m p le te ..........................................................................................
B roiler, c o m p le te .........................................................................................................
Layer-breeder, su p p le m e n ts and c o n c e n tr a te s ..............................................
Dairy ca ttle feeds, c o m p le te ......................................................................................

149.7
159.3
150.8
164.8

2046

Dog, cat, and o th e r p e t f o o d ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Dog and c a t f o o d ...........................................................................................................
Dog f o o d ........................................................................................................................
O th e r ca nn ed dog f o o d ........................................................................................
D ry d og fo o d (p a ckag e size u n d e r 2 5 pou nd s) ..........................................
Dry dog fo o d (p a ckag e size 25 p ou nd s o r o v e r ) .......................................
S e m im o ist d og fo o d (pa ckag e size o ve r 1 p o u n d ) ....................................
C at f o o d .........................................................................................................................
Dry c a t fo o d (p a ckag e size u nd er 25 p o u n d s )............................................
Fresh and fro zen h o r s e m e a t..................................................................................
O th e r p et and sp e cia lty f o o d s ...................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

149.7
159.3
154.0
165.0

2045

W e t co rn m illing ..........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Co rn s w e e te n e r s ............................................................................................................
G lu cose syrup .............................................................................................................
Typ e III (58 up to 98 d extro se e q u iva le nt) ...................................................
H igh fru cto se co rn syrup .........................................................................................
M a n ufa ctu re d s t a r c h .....................................................................................................
C orn s t a r c h ...................................................................................................................
O th e r starch (including pota to , w h ea t, rice, e t c . ) ...........................................
D extrin (corn, ta p io ca and o th e r ) ..........................................................................
Co rn oil ...............................................................................................................................
W e t p ro ce ss co rn b y p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................
C orn g lute n f e e d .........................................................................................................
C orn g lute n m eal ........................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

149.7
159.3
139.5
156.1

2044

B le nd ed and prepared f lo u r ....................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B lended and prepared flo u r m ade ch iefly fro m p urchased f l o u r .................
Flo u r m ix e s ...................................................................................................................
C ake m ixes, le ss tha n 5 lb s.................................................................................
C ake m ixes, 5 lbs o r m o r e ..................................................................................
Cookie, dou gh n ut, o th e r sw e e t ye a st m ixtures, le ss th a n 5 lb s ............
Cookie, doughnut, o th e r sw e e t y e a st m ixtures, 5 lb s o r m o r e .............
B read and b re ad -type ro ll m ixes, 5 lbs o r m o r e ........................................
O th e r pre pa re d flo u r m ixes, le ss tha n 5 lb s ..................................................
O th e r pre pa re d flo u r m ixes, 5 lbs o r m o r e ...................................................
R e frig erate d d o u g h s ..................................................................................................
R e frig erate d b iscuit d o u g h ..................................................................................
O th e r re frig erate d d o u g h s ...................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
F ood prepa ra tion s, n .e .c...........................................................................................

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

2044-P
2044-1
2044-101
2 04 4-10103
2 04 4-10105
2 044-10107
2044-103
2 04 4-10303
2 044-10307
2044-2
2 04 4-298

R ice m illin g ....................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ead r i c e ...........................................................................................................................
Long grain m illed r i c e ...............................................................................................
P acked in 100-pound bags o r m o r e ...............................................................
Packed in 3-pound co nta ine rs or le s s ............................................................
Packed in all o th e r c o n ta in e rs ...........................................................................
M edium grain m illed r i c e ..........................................................................................
P acked in 100-pound bags o r m o r e ...............................................................
Packed in all o th e r c o n ta in e rs ...........................................................................
O the r m illed rice and b y p r o d u c ts .............................................................................
All o th e r m illed rice and b yprod ucts ...................................................................

2 04 8

2045-P
2 045-5
2 04 5-5A
2 04 5-55 3
2 04 5-55 4
2045-561
2 04 5-56 2
2 04 5-56 7
204 5-56 8
2 04 5-56 9
204 5-5B
2045-571
2 04 5-57 9
204 5-S M
2 045-M
2 04 5-Z 89
2045-S
2 045-S S S
2099-S

2046-P
2046-1
2046-101
2 0 4 6-10 1 05
2 04 6-10 5
2046-3
2046-301
2 04 6-30 3
2 0 4 6-30 5
204 6-5
2 04 6-7
2046-701
2 04 6-70 3
2046-S M
2046-S

2047-P
2047-1
2 04 7-1 A
204 7-12 3
204 7-12 5
204 7-12 7
2 04 7-13 3
2 0 4 7 -1 B
204 7-15 3
2 0 4 7-1 C
204 7-2
2 04 7-S M
2 047-S

2048-P
2048-1
2048-111
204 8-11 5
2 04 8-11 6
2048-117
2048-2

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 9892

19

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
b ase
July
198 9 2

P repared anim al fee d s, n .e .c — C ontin u ed
D airy c a ttle fee d , su pp le m e nts a nd c o n c e n tr a te s .............................................
S w ine feeds, c o m p le te .................................................................................................
S w ine feed, su pp le m e nts and co n c e n tra te s .......................................................
B ee f ca ttle feeds, c o m p le te ........................................................................................
B ee f ca ttle feed, su pp le m e nts and c o n c e n tr a te s ..............................................
O the r p oultry and live stock feeds, including duck, geese, horse, mule,
e tc ..................................................................................................................................
H orse and mule, co m p le te f e e d ...........................................................................
O th e r prepared anim al f e e d s .....................................................................................
Grain, ground, rolled, pulverized, ch op pe d , o r crim ped, excluding
c o r n m e a l................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

O ct.
198 9 2

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2048-3
2048-4
2048-5
2048-6
2048-7

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

99.8
103.2
111.6
113.9
97.4

95.7
98.8
103.4
116.1
98.4

90.7
99.6
99.4
121.7
98.7

-1 5 .9
-7 .3
-1 4 .3
4.2
-1 .2

-5 .2
.8
-3 .9
4.8
.3

2048-8
2 04 8-816
2 048-9

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

105.2
116.5
97.3

103.0
113.8
98.3

102.0
112.4
98.9

-9 .3
-1 0 .4
-4 .7

-1 .0
-1 .2
.6

2048-911
2 048-SM
2 048-M
2 04 8-Z 89
2 048-S

1 2 /8 0

56.4

54.8

55.3

-7.1

.9

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

95.0
94.7
104.7

90.1
89.8
103.3

88.8
88.5
103.5

-1 5 .0
-15.1
-1 .3

-1 .4
-1 .4
.2

B akery p r o d u c ts ..........................................................................................................................

205

1 2 /8 4

123.6

125.8

124.8

5.1

-.8

Bread, cake, and re lated p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B r e a d ...................................................................................................................................
W h ite b r e a d ..................................................................................................................
W h ite pan b r e a d .....................................................................................................
W h ite pan bread, N o rth e a s t...........................................................................
W h ite pan bread, N orth C e n tr a l....................................................................
W h ite pan bread, S o u th ...................................................................................
W h ite pan bread, W e s t ....................................................................................
W h ite h earth b r e a d ................................................................................................
O th e r b r e a d ........
D a rk w h e a t bread
R ye b r e a d ........
O th e r va rie ty b r e a d ................................................................................................
B re ad typ e rolls, stuffin g, a nd c ru m b s ....................................................................
B read type r o lls ..
H a m b urge r and w e in e r r o ils ................................................................................
B row n and se rve r o lls ...........................................................................................
O th e r bre ad type r o lls ...........................................................................................
S w e e t ye a st g o o d s .........................................................................................................
O th e r sw e e t ye a st g o o d s .......................................................................................
S o ft c a k e s .........................................................................................................................
S na ck c a k e s .................................................................................................................
O th e r s o ft c a k e s .........................................................................................................
Pies ......................................................................................................................................
S na ck p ie s ....................................................................................................................
O th e r p i e s .....................................................................................................................
C ake type d o u g h n u ts ....................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
C o okies and cra cke rs ..............................................................................................

2051

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0

153.9
153.3
152.7
152.2
150.6
161.6
156.2
138.3
148.4
166.2
154.3
151.9
161.1
156.9
147.4
148.4
147.3
145.8
150.1
144.6
142.8
169.7
175.8
156.9
169.0
181.6
152.6
145.6

156.2
155.4
155.8
155.4
154.3
165.3
160.6
140.9
152.8
166.6
157.2
154.1
162.3
163.6
148.9
149.9
148.6
147.5
153.5
145.3
143.8
169.8
175.8
157.1
169.9
181.6
154.7
146.7

154.2
154.6
153.8
155.3
154.2
165.3
160.5
140.3
153.6
166.6
149.2
141.6
158.9
163.6
149.8
150.8
150.0
147.5
153.8
144.8
143.1
169.8
175.8
157.1
169.9
181.6
154.7
146.7

3.8
4.3
6.2
7.8
7.7
7.1
8.1
8.0
7.4
8.8
1.4
-1 .3
3.0
7.0
3.4
3.5
3.5
(3)
6.4
1.3
1.3
1.6
1.9
.7
.5
2.7
-2 .6
7.2

-1 .3
-.5
-1 .3
-.1
-.1
0
-.1
-.4
.5
0
-5.1
-8.1
-2.1
0
.6
.6
.9
0
.2
-.3
-.5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0

159.1
128.5
137.8
140.4
136.3

162.2
131.0
138.1
140.4
136.9

154.3
124.6
138.7
141.7
136.9

.8
.8
4.4
4.2
4.5

-4 .9
-4 .9
.4
.9
0

C o okies and c r a c k e r s ................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C rackers, cra cke r sandw iches, and p r e tz e ls .......................................................
C r a c k e r s .........................................................................................................................
G raham c r a c k e r s ....................................................................................................
S a ltin e s .......................................................................................................................
O th e r c r a c k e r s .........................................................................................................
C racke r s a n d w ic h e s ..............................................................................................
P r e tz e ls .......................................................................................................................
C o okies and ice cream c o n e s ...................................................................................
C o okies ..........................................................................................................................
S andw ich c o okie s ..................................................................................................
M a rsh m a llo w c o o k ie s ...........................................................................................
A ll o th e r c o okie s and w a fe r s .............................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O th e r s e con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2052

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

134.2
136.1
144.7
149.8
132.4
139.7
157.7
108.2
118.3
129.5
128.8
137.7
121.6
125.6

137.4
139.6
149.3
154.5
135.6
145.8
162.4
117.0
118.3
132.2
131.5
141.4
121.6
128.1

137.9
139.6
149.5
154.5
135.6
145.8
162.4
117.0
120.8
132.0
131.3
141.4

8.1
8.2
9.5
10.2
9.5
12.1
9.7
8.1
2.8
7.1
7.1
8.2

.4
0
.1
0
0
0
0
0
2.1
-.2
-.2
0

(3)
127.9

(3)
6.9

(3)
-.2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

121.3
121.3
114.3
117.4

121.3
121.3
115.6
120.0

131.9
131.9
115.6
120.0

9.9
9.9
4.1
8.6

8.7
8.7
0
0

S ugar and c o n fe c tio n e ry p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

206

1 2 /8 4

111.2

110.7

110.5

2.4

-.2

R aw cane sugar m i lls ................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R aw ca ne su ga r .............................................................................................................

2061

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

114.7
114.7
115.2

114.3
114.3
114.7

114.7
114.7
115.1

3.9
3.9
7.3

.3
.3
.3

2 05 1 -P
2051-1
2 051-1A
2051-111
2051-11101
2 05 1-11102
2 051-11103
2 05 1-11104
2051-113
2 0 5 1 -1B
2 05 1-11 5
2 0 5 1-11 7
2 0 5 1-12 8
205 1-2
2 05 1-23
2 05 1-23 3
2 0 5 1-23 5
2 0 5 1-23 9
205 1-3
2 051-398
2051-4
2051-413
2 051-418
2051-5
2 051-513
2 051-519
2051-7
2 05 1 -SM
2 05 1 -M
2 05 1 -Z99
2 05 1 -S
2 05 1 -SSS
2052-S

2052-P
2052-1
205 2-1 A
2052-123
2052-125
2052-198
2052-135
2052-151
2052-2
2052-2A
2052-213
2052-215
2052-237
2052-SM
2 052-M
2 052-Z 89
2 052-S
2 052-SS S

2 06 1 -P
2061-1

See footnotes at end of table.




20

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
perce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
July
198 9 2

C a ne su ga r re fin in g ....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R e fine d ca n e s u g a r .......................................................................................................
G ra nu la ted ca ne s u g a r.............................................................................................
C o n su m e r u n it s ........................................................................................................
C o m m e rcial u n it s ....................................................................................................

2 062

B e e t sugar p ro cessin g .............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B e e t s u g a r .........................................................................................................................
G ra nu la ted b e e t s u g a r .............................................................................................
Individual se rvice s and co n su m e r u n i t s ........................................................
B ulk s h ip m e n ts ........................................................................................................
Liquid su ga r o r s y r u p .................................................................................................
S u crose t y p e ............................................................................................................
O th e r p ro d u cts and b y p ro d u c ts .................................................................................

2063

C o n fe ctio n e ry p r o d u c t s ............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C h o c o la te a nd c h o co la te -typ e c o n fe ctio n e ry p r o d u c ts ....................................
C h o co la te a nd c h o co la te -typ e c o n fe ctio n e ry p r o d u c t s ...............................
N o n ch o co la te -typ e co n fe ctio n e ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................
N o n ch o co la te -typ e co n fe ctio n e ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................
C o nfe ction e ry products, n.e.c......................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2065

C h oco la te and co coa p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C h oco la te co atin gs ........................................................................................................
S w e et ch oc o la te co atin gs ......................................................................................
M ilk ch oco la te c o a tin g s ...........................................................................................
C h oco la te and ch oco la te -typ e co nfe ction ery p r o d u c ts ....................................
C h oco la te and ch oco la te -typ e co nfe ction ery p r o d u c ts ...............................
O th e r ch o co la te a nd c o co a p r o d u c ts .....................................................................
C h oco la te, s w e e te n e d ..............................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2066

C h ew ing gum a nd gum b a s e ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C h ew ing gum ...................................................................................................................
N o n d ie te tic ch ew ing gum .......................................................................................

2067

Fats and o i l s .................................................................................................................................

207

C o tto n see d oil mill p r o d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C o tto n see d oil, c r u d e ....................................................................................................
C o tto n see d oil, c r u d e ................................................................................................
C o tto n see d oil, o nce re fin e d ......................................................................................
C o tto n see d oil, once r e fin e d ..................................................................................
C o tto n lin te r s ....................................................................................................................
C o tto n lin t e r s ................................................................................................................
C o tto n see d cake, m eal, and o th e r b y p r o d u c ts ...................................................
C o tto n see d ca ke and m e a l....................................................................................
C o tto n see d h u ll s .........................................................................................................

2074

S oybean oil m ill p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S oybean oil .......................................................................................................................
C rude soybean o i l ......................................................................................................
Soybean oil, crude, n ot d e g u m m e d .................................................................
S oybean cake, m eal, and o th e r b y p r o d u c ts .........................................................
Soybean byproducts, m e a l.....................................................................................

2075

V eg e ta b le oil mills, n .e .c............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
V eg etable oils, o th e r tha n corn, c o tto nse e d, soybean, and lin s e e d ..........

2076

A nim al and m arine fa ts and o i l s ...........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G re ase a nd in ed ib le t a l lo w .........................................................................................
Inedible tallow , in clu din g in ed ib le anim al s te a rin ............................................
Ine d ible b e e f t a llo w ................................................................................................
O th e r ined ib le ta llo w and ined ib le anim al s t e a r in ......................................
G rease, o th e r th a n w o o l g r e a s e ...........................................................................
Feed and fe rtilize r b y -p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................

2077

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2062-P
2062-1
2 06 2 -1 A
2 06 2-11 2
206 2-11 4

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

122.8
122.8
122.8
122.7
122.9
122.3

124.8
124.8
124.8
125.0
125.0
124.3

121.7
121.7
121.7
124.9
124.7
124.3

8.1
8.1
8.1
6.9
5.3
8.9

-2 .5
-2 .5
-2 .5
-.1
-.2
0

2063-P
2063-1
206 3 -1 X
206 3-10 7
2 06 3-11 5
206 3-15
2063-151
2063-2

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 0 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 0 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

121.4
121.6
122.0
121.0
116.1
112.1
127.2
114.5
117.4

117.0
117.2
117.2
116.2
116.0
110.5
124.4
109.4
116.4

118.7
118.8
119.6
118.9
114.0
113.7
123.1
111.9
110.9

1.8
1.7
2.8
2.5
2.4
6.0
7.0
14.2
-8 .7

1.5
1.4
2.0
2.3
-1 .7
2.9
-1 .0
2.3
-4 .7

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

120.1
121.2

120.7
121.8

120.6
121.7

2.0
2.2

-.1
-.1

0 6 /8 3

117.9

118.0

118.1

.2

.1

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

121.6
126.9

122.1
128.3

121.9
128.0

4.3
3.0

-.2
-.2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

117.8
117.8
105.5

117.8
117.8
105.5

117.8
117.8
105.5

2.4
2.4
-1 .7

0
0
0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

108.9
108.7
95.1
80.5
90.7

106.6
106.3
91.3
74.2
89.3

107.8
107.4
92.9
73.0
92.6

-.6
-1.1
-1 2 .3
-2 1 .9
-5 .9

1.1
1.0
1.8
-1 .6
3.7

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

118.8
107.1
95.4

116.9
104.9
91.2

118.8
105.1
91.2

1.1
2.5
-1 0 .6

1.6
.2
0

2065-P
206 5-2
2065-211
2065-3
2065-311
2065-8
2065-SM
2065-M
2 065-Z 89
2065-S

2066-P
2066-1
2066-112
2066-122
206 6-2
2066-211
206 6-8
2066-821
2 066-S M
2 066-S

2074-P
2074-1
2074-111
2074-2
2074-211
2074-3
2074-311
2074-4
2074-414
2074-451

0 6 /8 3

103.6

(3)

103.7

.2

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

126.4
126.9
128.8
128.8

119.7
119.9
120.9
120.9

119.8
119.9
120.9
120.9

-2 .9
-2 .9
-3 .4
-3 .4

.1
0
0
0

1 2 /8 4

2067-P
2067-1
2 067-112

106.7

98.0

98.5

-1 1 .8

.5

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

110.4
108.5
68.7
68.7
64.3
64.3
149.7
149.7
179.9
183.4
178.3

108.3
113.2
65.8
65.8
62.4
62.4
162.9
162.9
196.5
195.3
220.0

110.0
116.2
66.7
66.7
65.2
65.2
185.8
185.8
197.4
194.2
233.0

-7 .6
-.7
-9 .7
-9 .7
-2 .4
-2 .4
51.4
51.4
-3 .4
-1 4 .2
92.6

1.6
2.7
1.4
1.4
4.5
4.5
14.1
14.1
.5
-.6
5.9

(3)

2075-P
2075-1
2075-11
2075-115
2075-2
2075-211

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

95.4
95.4

82.3
82.4

83.7
82.3

-1 7 .7
-1 9 .2

1.7
-.1

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

69.8
73.0
109.8
110.2

63.9
67.2
92.6
92.4

70.1
73.7
88.6
88.1

-4 .8
-6 .2
-2 4 .7
-2 5 .5

9.7
9.7
-4 .3
-4 .7

2076-P
207 6-2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

128.9
123.8
107.6

128.0
121.4
102.5

132.6
125.8
108.8

4.7
-4 .5
6.0

3.6
3.6
6.1

2077-P
2077-1
2077-111
2077-11111
207 7-11 1 13
207 7-11 3
2077-2

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

125.2
117.0
101.0
100.9
99.0
105.1
101.8
133.7

119.5
109.9
100.7
101.1
98.8
106.3
98.2
118.0

117.4
107.4
99.0
100.4
98.4
104.8
91.4
113.0

-1 2 .6
-1 4 .6
-6.1
-3 .7
-5 .7
.7
-1 8 .4
-1 9 .6

-1 .8
-2 .3
-1 .7
-.7
-.4
-1 .4
-6 .9
-4 .2

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 9892

21

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
July
198 9 2

A nim al and m arine fa ts and o ils— C o ntin u ed
M e a t/b o n e m e a l.........................................................................................................
M e a t m eal and m e a t a nd b on e m e a l.............................................................
Dry re ndered tan ka ge ...............................................................................................
F e ath er m e a l................................................................................................................
A nim al and m arine oil mill products, including f o o t s ........................................
Fish and m arine a nim al o i l .....................................................................................
Fish scra p and m e a l..................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S ho rte nin g a nd co o kin g o i l s ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S ho rte nin g and co o kin g o ils ......................................................................................
B aking o r frying fa ts (shortening), 100% v e ge tab le o i l ...............................
C o m m e rcial sizes, o v e r 3 lb s ..............................................................................
B aking o r frying fats (shortening), 100% anim al fa ts o r b len d s o f
ve ge tab le and anim al f a t s ...............................................................................
C o nsu m e r sizes, 3 lbs. o r l e s s ..........................................................................
C o m m ercial sizes, o v e r 3 lb s..............................................................................
H yd ro ge n ate d oils o th e r tha n baking o r frying f a t s .......................................
S alad o r co o kin g oils, o th e r so ybe an o i l ...........................................................
S alad o r co o kin g o ils, ve g e ta b le oil b le n d s .....................................................
A ll o th e r salad o r co okin g o i l s ...............................................................................
M a rg a rin e ...........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2077-211
2077-21111
2077-212
2077-237
2077-3
2077-361
2 07 7-36 6
2077-S M
2077-M
207 9
2079-P
2079-1
2 07 9-11 3
2 079-11303
2079-115
2 079-11505
2079-11507
2 07 9-14 2
2 07 9-15 2
2079-154
2079-159
2079-2
2079-SM
2079-S

O ct.
198 9 2

Nov.
1 98 9 2

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

126.6
125.0
125.9
108.9
117.8
130.1
116.5

116.6
115.1
103.8
106.5
115.4
134.7
111.2

1 2 /8 2

103.5

1 2/81
1 2/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/8 1
12/8 1
12/81
12/81
12/81

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

114.6
113.1
96.9
111.4
117.8
136.3
114.3

-1 6 .5
-1 6 .5
-2 4 .5
-4 .9
-1 9 .5
-1 6 .1
-2 3 .6

-1 .7
-1 .7
-6 .6
4.6
2.1
1.2
2.8

108.0

107.7

8.0

-.3

119.5
119.0
118.0
127.6
127.1

117.0
116.9
114.9
121.3
118.3

118.8
119.4
118.0
125.6
124.3

-1 .4
-.3
-1 .7
-3 .6
-5 .0

1.5
2.1
2.7
3.5
5.1

103.4
90.1

103.1
91.4

105.7

2.4

2.5

(3)
113.3
106.9
112.8
123.4
121.6

(3)
110.1
98.6
113.0

(3)
1.0
-7 .7
-6.1
(3)
-6 .3
3.3

(3)
(3)
.2
4.8
1.4

(3)
121.9

(3)
107.8
110.3
103.3
114.6
119.0
123.1

12/81

131.4

121.2

118.1

-1 3 .4

-2 .6

(3)
1.0

B e v e ra g e s ......................................................................................................................................

208

1 2 /8 4

109.7

108.7

109.1

2.1

.4

M a lt b e v e ra g e s .............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C anned b e e r .....................................................................................................................
Light b ee r in c a n s .......................................................................................................
R e gu la r b ee r in c a n s .................................................................................................
B ottle d b eer ......................................................................................................................
R e turnable b o ttle s .....................................................................................................
R egular b ee r in re turnable b o t t le s ...................................................................
N o nretu rn ab le b o ttle s ................................................................................................
Light b ee r in n on re turn a ble b o ttle s ..................................................................
R e gular b eer in non re turn a ble b o ttle s ............................................................
B arre ls and k e g s ............................................................................................................
R e gular b ee r in b arrels and k e g s .........................................................................
O th e r ferm e nte d m a lt b eve ra ge s and b y p r o d u c ts .............................................
M a lt liq u o r ......................................................................................................................

2082

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

117.1
117.1
119.7
107.6
121.3
114.5

113.6
113.6
119.5
107.6
121.1
103.9

113.8
113.8
119.8
107.6
121.5
104.1

.3
.3
2.6
-.2
2.9
-4 .8

.2
.2
.3
0
.3
.2

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

107.3
121.8
123.5
121.6

86.3
121.9
123.6
121.6

86.3
122.3
123.6
122.1

-1 5 .6
4.8
3.8
4.9

0
.3
0
.4

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

123.2
103.0
106.7

123.2
103.0
106.7

123.2
103.3
107.2

2.3
3.2
3.5

0
.3
.5

M a lt and m alt b y p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M a lt and m alt b y p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
M a lt and m a lt b y p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................

2083

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

119.8
119.8
119.8
119.8

119.7
119.7
119.7
119.7

119.7
119.7
119.7
119.7

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5

0
0
0
0

W ines, b randy and brandy sp irits .........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G rape ta b le w in e s ..........................................................................................................
W h ite w in e s ..................................................................................................................
W h ite va rie tal w in e s ...............................................................................................
W h ite generic, sem i-generic, and p ro prietary w in e s ..................................
R ed w in e s ......................................................................................................................
Red va rietal w in e s ..................................................................................................
Red generic, sem i-generic, and p roprietary w in e s ....................................
R ose w in e s ...................................................................................................................
R ose generic, sem i-generic, and p roprietary w in e s ..................................
O th e r fru it and berry w in e s .........................................................................................
O th e r fru it and berry w in e s .....................................................................................
D essert w in e s ..................................................................................................................
D e ssert w in e s ...............................................................................................................
S parkling w ines, natural and c a rb o n a te d ..............................................................
S parkling w ines, natural and c a r b o n a te d ..........................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2084

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

109.4
109.7
107.6
105.7
114.6
102.8
112.6
146.6
102.1
102.6
98.1
108.0
108.0
100.5
100.5
100.2
100.2

110.5
110.8
108.8
106.5
115.5
103.7
114.4
152.1
102.7
103.9
98.5
111.5
111.5
101.6
101.6
100.5
100.5

111.3
111.6
108.9
107.7
117.8
104.5
113.3
143.6
103.9
103.9
98.5
111.5
111.5
105.9
105.9
100.5
100.5

7.3
6.6
5.4
8.1
5.7
9.0
3.8
9.3
1.7
3.1
2.8
3.2
3.2
6.3
6.3
-3 .7
-3 .7

.7
.7
.1
1.1
2.0
.8
-1 .0
-5 .6
1.2
0
0
0
0
4.2
4.2
0
0

1 2 /8 3

127.1

127.1

127.1

8.1

0

D istilled liquor, e x c e p t b r a n d y ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B ottle d liquor, e xc e p t b r a n d y .....................................................................................
B le nd s o f w h is k e y .......................................................................................................
W h iske y b lended w ith neutral s p ir its ...................................................................
R e ctified g in ..................................................................................................................
C ordials, liq u e u rs .........................................................................................................
R e ctified v o d k a ...........................................................................................................
U n re ctified w h is k e y ....................................................................................................

2085

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

115.8
115.5
116.4
116.9
105.2
102.4
114.8
108.5
121.8

116.3
115.9
117.0
116.9

116.2
115.7
116.9
116.9
105.2
102.4
114.8
108.6
123.5

7.0
7.1
7.3
5.4
3.6
0
3.4
4.7
11.8

-.1
-.2
-.1
0

2082-P
2082-1
2082-111
2082-112
2082-2
2082-211
2 08 2-21112
2082-221
2082-22111
2082-22112
2082-3
2082-312
2082-4
2082-411

2083-P
2083-1
2083-121

2 08 4-P
2084-1
2084-112
2084-11211
2084-11221
2084-114
2084-11411
2084-11421
2 08 4-116
2084-11621
2084-3
2084-311
2084-4
2084-411
2084-5
2084-511
2084-SM
2084-S

2085-P
2085-3
2085-312
2 085-315
2085-321
2 085-325
2 085-333
2085-351

See footnotes at end of table.




22

(3)
102.4
114.9
108.6
122.6

(3)
0
-.1
0
.7

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
perce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index

Industry and product1

Industry
code

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

Distilled liquor, except brandy— Continued
Unrectified gin .......................................
Unrectified v o d k a ...................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts .
Miscellaneous receipts...............................
R e s a le s ................................................
Secondary products...................................

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 198!

208 5-35 5
208 5-35 7
2085-S M
2085-M
2 08 5-Z 89
2085-S

117.8
108.9

4.4
3.0

-4 .7
-.1

0 8 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

110.9
111.3
107.6

111.7
112.1
107.6

108.4
108.8
107.6

4.2
4.2
.2

-3 .0
-2 .9
0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

122.7
123.3
100.3
99.9
100.2
99.6

123.1
123.6
100.6
98.9
99.0
96.7
104.2
101.3

1.3
1.6

(3)
99.3

122.3
122.8
99.8
97.6
97.0
93.0
105.4
101.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

.7
.7
.8
1.3
2.1
4.0
-1.1
.1

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

101.0
98.8
97.9

102.3
99.7
98.7

102.0
98.6
97.3

(3)
(3)
(3)

-.3
-1.1
-1 .4

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

99.9
99.9
99.9
98.4
101.0
101.8
103.1
98.2
99.8

101.1
100.9
101.0
99.1
100.7
102.4
103.9
98.4
100.7

100.3
100.8
100.9
99.0
102.7
104.4
105.9
98.7
100.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

-.8
-.1
-.1
-.1
2.0
2.0
1.9
.3
-.6

2 0 8 6-14 1 27
2 0 8 6-14 2
2 08 6-14 2 28

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

97.2
96.3
96.6

96.6
90.5
86.1

101.9
92.2
90.4

(3)
(3)
(3)

5.5
1.9
5.0

2 0 8 6 -14 2 29
2 08 6-16
2086-161
2 0 8 6 -16 1 42

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

(3)
100.8
100.0
99.8

98.7
102.9
102.6
101.8

(3)
101.9
101.3
101.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
-1 .0
-1 .3
-.6

2 0 8 6-16 1 44
208 6-16 2
2 08 6 -1 6 2 4 5

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

100.3
104.3
99.8

104.2
104.3
99.8

101.5
104.5
99.8

(3)
(3)
(3)

-2 .6
.2
0

2 0 8 6 -16 2 47
2086-171
208 6-4
2086-411
2086-421
208 6-S M
2 086-M
2 08 6-Z 89

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

111.1
100.6
99.1
98.3
100.8

111.1
100.6
101.3
101.6
100.8

111.5
100.6
99.8
99.4
100.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

.4
0
-1 .5
-2 .2
0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

120.1
121.3

120.4
121.5

121.2
122.3

.5
.5

.7
.7

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

112.0
113.1
102.9
104.6
102.1
109.2
112.2
108.8
121.7
122.0
119.9

112.4
113.5
102.9
104.6
102.1
109.0
109.6
108.9
121.7
122.0
119.9

112.4
113.6
102.9
104.6
102.1
109.7
109.6
109.7
121.7
122.0
119.9

4.5

2087-P
2087-1
208 7-11 5
208 7-15 3
208 7-2
208 7-21 5
208 7-22 5
2087-3
208 7-31 3
208 7-33 9

5.0
1.1
2.3
0
2.5
2.0
2.6
8.8
8.7
8.9

0
.1
0
0
0
.6
0
.7
0
0
0

208 7-4
208 7-43 5

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

106.7
101.7

107.8
104.3

107.7
104.3

2.0
2.7

-.1
0

208 7-43 6

1 2 /8 5

108.7

109.3

109.2

4.5

-.1

208 7-45 9
2087-461
2087-471
2087-S M
2087-S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

109.4
114.8

109.4
114.5

109.4

.2

(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

0
(3)
(3)

2091
2 0 9 1 -P

See footnotes at end of table.

23

1 2 /8 5

104.3

104.3

103.8

1.1

-.5

1 2 /8 4

209

Canned and cured seafoods .
Primary products..........

123.6
109.0

2 0 8 6 -11 2 59
2 086-13
2086-131
2086-13111
2 086-14
2086-141
2086-14121
2 08 6-14 1 23
2 0 8 6-14 1 24

Miscellaneous food preparations and kindred products .

121.8
108.9

2 08 6-11 1 57
208 6-11 2
2 0 8 6 -11 2 58

Flavoring extracts and sirups, n.e.c.........................................................
Primary products...........................................................................
Flavoring extracts, emulsions and other liquid flavors........................
Natural extracts in containers of more than 8 o u n c e s.....................
Imitation extracts......................................................................
Liquid beverage bases, not for use by soft drink bottlers...................
Cocktail m ix e s.........................................................................
Other flavors...........................................................................
Liquid beverage bases, for use by soft drink bottlers.........................
Other liquid beverage bases containing kola extract or flavoring.......
Other flavors...........................................................................
Other flavoring agents, except chocolate sirups; flavoring powders and
tablets.................................................................................
Soft drinks (effervescent and noneffervescent) .............................
Other flavoring powders and tablets; dry mix cocktails; flavoring
p a ste ................................................................................
Flavoring sirups for fountain, ice cream, home beverage use, all
flavors..............................................................................
Fruit, crushed or whole, for fountain and ice cream u s e .................
Food colorings ........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.................................
Secondary products....................................................................

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

2086-P
2086-1
2086-11
2086-111
2086-11151
2 08 6-11 1 52
2 08 6-11 1 53

Bottled and canned soft drinks...........................................................
Primary products........................................................................
Bottled and canned soft drin ks..................................................
Canned carbonated soft drinks in 10 and 12 oz c a n s ..................
Nondietetics......................................................................
C o l a ..............................................................................
Orange ..........................................................................
Lemon, lime and lemon-lime..............................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a ........................................................................
Low calorie.......................................................................
C o l a .............................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a ........................................................................
10 to 12 oz bottled carbonated soft drinks.................................
Nondietetics......................................................................
C o l a .............................................................................
16 oz bottled carbonated soft drinks........................................
Nondietetic.......................................................................
C o l a .............................................................................
Lemon, lime and lemon lim e..............................................
Root beer, sarsaparilla and ginger ale .................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a ........................................................................
Low calorie.......................................................................
C o l a .............................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a ........................................................................
All other size bottled carbonated soft drinks..............................
Nondietetics......................................................................
C o l a .............................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a ........................................................................
Low Calo rie......................................................................
C o l a .............................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a ........................................................................
Fruit drinks, cocktails and ades containing no real fruit juice ........
Soft drinks sold in b u lk .............................................................
Cola ...............
Other flavors....
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................
Miscellaneous receipts.............................................................
Resales ..............................................................................




O ct.
1 9892

115.0

113.5

113.0

.6

-.4

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

131.0
124.1

125.3
115.5

125.2
115.4

-3 .3
-7 .9

-.1
-.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
July
1 98 9 2

O ct.
1 98 9 2

Nov.
1 98 9 2

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

124.1
2 01.7
111.0
106.8
134.1
107.9

115.5
151.7
111.1
112.3
132.4
110.9

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

121.8
121.3
145.1
97.0
102.3
125.2
98.8
185.4
103.1
127.9
99.1
132.6
132.1
93.8

1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2

104.2
99.6

2095-P
2095-1
2095-111
2095-116
2095-121
2095-2
2095-SM
2095-M
2 095-Z 89

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 1

O ct. 1989

115.4
151.7
110.4
112.3
122.9
110.9

-7 .9
-2 4 .1
-2 .0
1.9
-6 .3
2.8

-0.1
0
-.6
0
-7 .2
0

122.9
122.7
151.0
100.8
106.5
130.3
99.6
192.8
115.4
127.9
99.5
133.6
132.1
96.8
100.4
9 7.9
105.3
128.7
104.3
97.5
96.2
98.8
90.5
96.7
100.0
99.7
107.0
107.9
98.9

122.6
122.4
150.6
95.0
109.8
131.9
99.6
200.5

-1 .0
-.2
.6

-.2
-.2
-.3
-5 .8
3.1
1.2
0
4.0

(3)
127.6
99.3
133.6
132.1
94.0
100.4
97.5
105.3
127.9
104.1
97.7
95.2
100.4
90.2
96.9
97.7
96.3
108.9
111.7
98.4

(3)
-2 .6

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
-.2
-.2
0
0
-2 .9
0
-.4
0
- .6
-.2
.2
-1 .0
1.6
-.3
.2
-2 .3
-3 .4
1.8
3.5
-.5

(3)

110.9
106.1
124.4

110.9
106.1
123.1

(3)
(3)
-2 4 .4

0
0
-1 .0

123.4
123.6
122.8
115.7
123.3
100.2
125.6

117.0
116.6
115.6
107.7
116.1
100.0
119.5

115.5
114.9
113.3
107.5
113.7
100.0
119.5

-2 .9
-3 .0
-3 .7
-4 .8
-3 .6
0
-1 .0

-1 .3
-1 .5
-2 .0
-.2
-2.1
0
0

0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1

104.2
104.1

101.9
101.9

101.9
101.9

-2 .5
-2 .4

0
0

2097-P
2097-1
2097-2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.5
105.8
104.2
106.8

108.6
105.9
104.2
106.9

108.6
105.9
104.2
106.9

2.2
2.3
-.6
4.1

0
0
0
0

2098-P

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

115.0
116.5

111.7
112.8

111.8
112.9

2.4
2.4

.1
.1

2098-1

0 6 /8 5

117.8

116.2

112.9

.4

-2 .8

2098-111
2 098-2
2098-211

C a nn e d a nd cu re d se a fo o d s — C o ntin u ed
C a nned a nd cu re d se a fo o d s inclu din g so up (e xce p t fr o z e n ) ........................
C a nn e d s a lm o n ...........................................................................................................
C a nn e d s h r im p ............................................................................................................
O th e r ca n n e d fish and se a fo o d (e xce p t soups, ste w a nd c h o w d e rs )....
S m o ked s a lm o n ..........................................................................................................
S alte d a nd p ickle d f is h .............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................

N ov. 1988

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

117.8
112.4
112.4

116.2
101.4
101.4

112.9
112.9
112.9

.4
9.8
9.8

-2 .8
11.3
11.3

2099-P
2 09 9-2
2099-211
2 099-21112
2 09 9-21114
2099-261
2 099-298
2099-3
2 09 9-32 5
209 9-32 7
209 9-5

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

110.7
111.2
108.2
113.3
112.1
118.3
98.8
118.0
144.8
147.4
125.7
103.6

111.2
111.4
108.9
113.7
112.7
118.3
100.1
116.8
130.4
131.0
125.7
103.6

111.0
111.0
108.1
113.3
112.1
118.3
98.8
116.8
130.4
131.0
125.7
103.6

3.9
3.6
3.7
5.1
4.7
6.2
.7
8.3
2.3
4.6
-1 3 .0
.5

-.2
-.4
-.7
-.4
-.5
0
-1 .3
0
0
0
0
0

2091-1
2 09 1-11 3
2 09 1-11 6
2 09 1-11 9
2091-151
2 09 1-182
2 09 1 -SM

F resh o r fro zen p ackaged f i s h ...............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Fresh p acka ge d fish and o th e r s e a fo o d ................................................................
P repared fresh fish, e xcluding s h e llfis h .............................................................
Prepared fre sh s h e llfis h ...........................................................................................
C rabm eat: blue and r o c k ...................................................................................
O the r c r a b m e a t.......................................................................................................
O ysters .......................................................................................................................
C la m s ..........................................................................................................................
Frozen p acka ge d fish, excluding s h e llfis h ............................................................
G ro un d fish ....................................................................................................................
G roundfish, fille ts and steaks .............................................................................
G ro un d fish, sticks a nd p o r tio n s .........................................................................
O th e r g ro u n d fis h .....................................................................................................
F lo u n d e r .........................................................................................................................
O th e r fro zen f i s h .........................................................................................................
O th e r fille ts a nd s t e a k s ........................................................................................
O th e r fro ze n p a cka ge d fish ................................................................................
Fro ze n p acka ge d sh ellfish and o th e r se afo od , inclu din g s o u p .....................
Fro ze n sh rim p ..............................................................................................................
S hrim p, hea dless, r a w ..........................................................................................
S hrim p, pee le d, r a w ..............................................................................................
S hrim p , pee le d, c o o k e d ........................................................................................
S hrim p, b r e a d e d .....................................................................................................
O th e r 100 p e rce n t sh rim p p ro d u c ts .................................................................
F ro ze n cra b s ................................................................................................................
C rab m eat, b lue and r o c k ...................................................................................
O th e r fro zen p acka ge d s h e llfis h ...........................................................................
O th e r fro zen s e a f o o d s .............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2092

C o f fe e ..............................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W h o le bean and ground ro asted c o f f e e ................................................................
W h o le bean, ro a ste d c o ff e e ...................................................................................
G round, ro a ste d c o ff e e ............................................................................................
G round co ffe e m ixtures ...........................................................................................
C o nce n trate d (instant) c o ff e e ....................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................

2095

M a n ufa ctu re d ice ........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Can o r b lo c k i c e ..............................................................................................................
C u be d ,crush e d o r o th e r pro cesse d i c e ..................................................................

2097

M acaroni, sp ag he tti, and n o o d le s .........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M acaroni, sp aghetti, verm icelli, and o th e r m acaroni p ro du cts o f all
types, e xcep t c a nn ed ...........................................................................................
M acaroni, spaghetti, verm icelli, and o th e r m acaroni p ro du cts o f all
types, e x c e p t c a n n e d ........................................................................................
N o od le p ro du cts o f all shapes, sizes, and types, e xc e p t c a n n e d ...............
N o o d le p ro d u cts o f all shap es, sizes, and types, e xce p t c a n n e d ...........

2098

F o od p re pa ra tion s, n .e .c............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C h ip s (p o ta to, corn, e t c . ) .............................................................................................
P o ta to ch ip s and s t ic k s ............................................................................................
P lain p o ta to ch ip s and s tic k s .............................................................................
F lavored p ota to ch ips and s tic k s .....................................................................
C orn chips, curls, and related p ro d u c ts .............................................................
O th e r chips, sticks, e tc ..............................................................................................
S w e ete nin g syrups and m o la s s e s ............................................................................
S w e ete nin g syrups and m olasses, co ntaining corn syrup .........................
S w e ete nin g syru p s and m ola sses, n o t co nta ining co rn syrup .................
T e a in co n su m e r p a c k a g e s .........................................................................................

209 9

2092-P
2092-2
2092-2A
2 092-2B
2092-221
2092-222
2092-224
2092-225
2092-3
2092-3A
2092-321
2 09 2 -3 2 2
2 09 2-32 3
2 09 2-3B
209 2-3C
2 0 9 2-32 6
2 09 2 -3 2 9
2 092-4
2 0 9 2-4A
2092-421
2 09 2-42 2
2 0 9 2-42 3
2 09 2-42 4
2 09 2-42 5
2 09 2-4C
2092-431
2 0 9 2 -4 D
2092-4E
2092-SM
2092-M
2 09 2-Z 89
2092-S

See footnotes at end of table.




24

(3)
98.6
109.4
127.1
104.0
99.6
99.3
100.1
92.4
99.0
100.3
100.0
100.0
98.0
97.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
18.0

(3)
.7
-.5
(3)
(3)
(3)
-7.1
-7 .4
1.6
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-1 .0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

Fo od p re pa ra tion s, n .e .c — C ontin u ed
C h o co la te a nd c o co a p roducts, e xce p t c o n fe ctio n a ry (m fpm ) .....................
C h o co la te syrups, w ith ch o c o la te p o w d e r b a s e .............................................
O the r foo d preparations, n .e.c....................................................................................
S p ic e s .............................................................................................................................
C o nsu m e r size black and w hite p ep pe r (under 1 lb.) ..............................
C o nsum er size sp ices (under 1 lb.), e xcep t p e p p e r.................................
C o m m e rcial size sp ices (1 lb. and over), e xce p t p e p p e r .......................
P erishable pre pa re d fo o d s (sold in b ulk o r p ackages, n ot fr o z e n ) .........
S a lad s (sold in b ulk o r packages, n o t fro zen ) ............................................
S a n d w ich es, m ade fro m bre ad (sold in b ulk o r packa ge s, n ot
fr o z e n ) .................................................................................................................
O th e r p erisha b le pre pa re d fo o d s (sold in b ulk o r p ackages, n o t
fr o z e n ) .................................................................................................................
U n po p pe d p o p corn in co n su m e r p a c k a g e s .....................................................
O the r, o th e r fo o d pre pa ra tion s, n .e .c...................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
C a nn e d fru its, ve ge tab le s, pre serve s, jam s, and je llie s ..............................
Dried a nd d eh ydrate d fruits, vege tab le s, a nd so up m ix e s .........................
P ickled fru its and ve ge tab le s, ve g e ta b le sa uce s and se aso ning s, and
sa lad d re s s in g s ...................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2099-8
2099-894
2099-9
2099-931
2099-93131
209 9-93 1 38
209 9-93 1 39
2099-961
209 9-96 1 63

1 2 /8 5
0 3 /8 6
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

O ct.
1 9892

Nov.
19892

104.0
103.6
116.0
115.4
129.5
122.0
110.4
109.9
110.6

103.5
103.6
116.9
115.8
134.6
122.8
110.0
111.8
108.7

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

103.0
103.6
118.9
117.6
134.6
122.7
113.5
111.1
111.4

-0 .7
2.5
7.5
5.4
3.9
7.9
2.8
7.7
7.9

-0 .5
0
1.7
1.6
0
-.1
3.2
-.6
2.5

209 9-96 1 65

1 2 /8 5

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

2 09 9-96 1 68
2 099-985
2 09 9-99 8
2099-S M
2099-M
209 9-Z 89
2099-S
2033-S
2034-S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

113.1
111.0
109.6

116.7

9.4
2.1
4.8

-1 .5

111.3

115.0
111.0
111.2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

103.6
104.0
109.4
108.6
113.8

103.9
104.4
113.2
107.0
113.8

103.9
104.4
113.8
108.0
113.8

2.5
2.7
6.3
2.2
3.2

0
0
.5
.9
0

2035-S
2099-S S S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

111.1
108.2

113.3
113.2

113.9
113.8

2.6
7.7

.5
.5

(3)

(3)
-.1

T o b a c c o m a n u fa c tu re s .............................................................................................................

21

1 2 /8 4

164.4

165.8

165.7

14.2

-.1

C ig a re tte s .......................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
F ilte r t i p ..............................................................................................................................
81 to 95 mm lo n g ......................................................................................................
G re a te r tha n 95 m m ..................................................................................................

2111
2111-P
2111-1
211 1-11 6
2 111-118

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

176.6
178.2
174.9
174.2
176.5

177.9
179.6
176.4
176.0
177.9

177.9
179.6
176.4
176.0
177.9

15.1
15.6
15.7
16.5
15.0

0
0
0
0
0

2121-P
2121-3
2121-312
2121-314

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

132.0
132.0
132.0
100.0
100.0

132.2
132.2
132.2
100.0
100.2

132.2
132.2
132.2
100.0
100.2

8.5
8.5

0
0
0
0
0

2131-P
2131-111
2131-113

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

153.2
156.9
141.5
151.2

154.3
157.4
144.1
151.2

154.3
157.4
144.1
151.2

5.6
5.9
7.1
4.8

0
0
0
0

2131-115
2131-117

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

153.8
181.7

153.8
181.7

153.8
181.7

5.6
6.4

0
0

2141-P

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

98.0
93.7

102.2
98.6

101.6
97.9

3.9
4.7

-.6
-.7

2141-1

0 6 /8 4

100.2

103.8

103.8

-1 .2

0

2141-121
2141-2
2141-21
2141-3
2141-311
2141-SM
2141-M
2 141-X Y 9
214 1-Z 89

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

100.2
92.6
91.6
99.8
99.8

103.8
97.5

-1 .2
5.0
2.1

0
-.7

102.8
102.8

103.8
96.8
91.9
101.0
101.0

(3)
(3)

-1 .8
-1 .8

1 1 /8 4
1 1 /8 4
0 6 /8 9

119.6
119.6
100.0

119.8
120.1
100.0

119.8
119.9
100.1

(3)
(3)
(3)

0
- .2
.1

1 2 /8 4

109.5

109.8

110.2

2.4

.4

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

107.0
106.8
105.1
105.9
91.5
120.3

107.2
106.9
105.7
105.4
91.7

108.4
108.2
106.9
106.0
91.7

2.0
.9
-.9
-6 .4
-5 .4

1.1
1.2
1.1
.6
0

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

110.5
111.7
93.4
102.9
108.7
103.7
100.7
115.1

111.2
112.4
96.3
102.7
107.4
106.0
104.2
117.2

110.4
116.3
96.6
104.3
109.3
106.3
104.4
118.2

1.4
6.1
-1 2 .7
2.0
2.2
3.1
3.6
7.9

2121
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C ig a rs and cig a rillo s (w eighing 3 o r m o re pou nd s p er 1,000 c ig a r s ).........
C ig a rillos (w eighing 3 to 10 p o u nd s p e r 1 ,0 0 0 )..............................................
C igars (w eighing m ore than 10 pounds p er 1 ,0 0 0 ).......................................
C hew ing and sm oking to b a c c o and s n u f f .........................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Sm oking to b a c c o ............................................................................................................
Loose le af chew ing t o b a c c o ......................................................................................
C hew ing tob a c c o o th e r than loose leaf, including fine cut, plug, and
t w is t .............................................................................................................................
Snuff, dry and m o is t......................................................................................................

2131

T o b a c c o stem m ing and redrying ..........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
U n stem m ed le af to b a cco redried b efo re packing, including in terpla n t
tra n s fe rs .....................................................................................................................
U n stem m ed leaf to b a c c o redried b efore packing, including in terplant
t r a n s fe r s .................................................................................................................
T o b a c c o stem m ed .........................................................................................................
Packed fo r sale as s u c h ..........................................................................................
R e con stitute d to b a cco (p rocessed sh ee t and h o m o g e n iz e d ).......................
R e co n stitu te d to b a c c o (p ro cesse d sh e e t and hom og en ize d) ...................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
R e sa le s ..........................................................................................................................

2141

T e xtile m ill p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................................

22

C o tto n b ro ad w o ven f a b r ic ........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G ray c o tto n b ro ad w o ven fabric, e xce p t in te rp la n t tra n sfe rs .........................
Plain w eaves, e xce p t d u c k .....................................................................................
S heeting, o th e r tha n bed sh ee ting ..................................................................
O s n a b u r g ...................................................................................................................
T w ill w e aves, e xce p t den im ...................................................................................
Tw ill w e ave s, e xce p t d e n im ...............................................................................
O the r weaves, excep t pile f a b r ic ..........................................................................
S ateen ........................................................................................................................
Finished c o tto n b ro adw oven fabric, e xcep t in terpla n t tr a n s fe r s ..................
Plain w e ave s ................................................................................................................
T w ill w e a v e s .................................................................................................................
B lue indigo d e n im ...................................................................................................
O th e r d e n im .............................................................................................................

2211
2 2 1 1-P
2 2 1 1 -A
2211-A1
2 2 1 1-A14
2 2 1 1-A15
2211-A 2
2 2 1 1-A21
2211-A3
2 2 1 1-A31
2 2 1 1-B
2211-B1
2 211-B 2
2 2 1 1-B21
2 2 1 1-B22

See footnotes at end of table.




25

(3)

(3)
O
(3)

(3)

(3)
-.7
3.5
.3
1.6
1.8

.3
.2
.9

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
1 98 9 2

Synthetic fiber and silk broadwoven fabric..............................................
Primary products ....r.......... :...........................................................
Gray goods, except interplant transfers.........................................
Filament yarn fabric (85% + filament)........................................
Chiefly rayon and/or acetate..................................................
Other filament yarn fabric ......................................................
Chiefly n ylon ....................................................................
Chiefly polyester...............................................................
Spun yarn fabric (85% + spun), except manmade fiber/wool blends
and silk fabric...................................................................
Plain w e a v e s.......................................................................
Plain printcloth ..................................................................
Chiefly polyester/cotton b le n d s........................................
Other plain w eaves............................................................
Twill w e ave s.......................................................................
Other weaves, except pile fabric ............................................
O th e r..............................................................................
Spun/filament yarn fabric (less than 85 % spun or filament)............
Finished fabric, except interplant transfers......................................
Filament yarn fabric (85% + filament)........................................
Chiefly polyester..................................................................
Chiefly other filaments..........................................................
Spun yarn fabric (85% + spun), except manmade fiber/wool blends
and silk fabric...................................................................
Plain w e a v e s.......................................................................
Plain printcloth ..................................................................
Broadcloth, carded and c o m b e d ..........................................
Other plain w eaves............................................................
Twill w e ave s.......................................................................
Pile fabric...........................................................................
Velvet and p lu sh ...............................................................
Spun/filament yarn fabric (less than 85 % spun or filament)............
Fabricated textile products..........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................
Secondary products....................................................................
Cotton broadwoven fa b ric ........................................................
Other grey cotton fab ric........................................................

Nov.
198 9 2

0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0

111.0
86.6
122.6
108.1
101.6
128.1

106.4
82.5
122.3
107.9
101.6
(3)

111.2
86.7
123.6
108.9
1 01.6
137.6

-0 .2
0
4.0
4.0
-8 .3
7.6

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

106.3
110.9

106.5
110.4

107.5
110.8

5.8
-3 .5

.9
.4

2 2 2 1 -P
2221-1
2 22 1-12
2221-121
2 2 2 1-12 2
222 1-12 2 3
2 22 1-12 2 4

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

112.6
111.3
110.8
112.9
127.0
109.8
137.2
9 8.6

113.5
111.7
111.1
112.9
126.7
109.8
137.4
98.6

114.1
112.4
112.1
114.0
132.8
110.0

2.8
2.1
1.3
4.7
10.2
3.5

.5
.6
.9
1.0
4.8
.2

(3)
98.6

(3)
4.0

(3)

222 1-13
2 2 2 1-13 5
2 221-1351
2221-13511
2 22 1-13 5 6
2 2 2 1-13 6
2 22 1-13 7
2 22 1-13 7 2
2 2 2 1-14 3
2 22 1-2
2221-21
2 2 2 1-21 2
2 2 2 1-21 3

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 4 /8 5
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

109.5
106.0
106.0
106.1
116.1
101.7
109.3
113.0
111.8
111.0
106.6
108.3
107.8

110.2
105.7
103.9
106.3
117.7
106.3
104.0
107.5
112.0
112.7
107.4
104.8
109.1

111.0
107.1
107.1
106.6
115.1
106.1
104.0
107.5
112.8
112.6
106.9
109.1
108.1

-.6
- .6
.1
-3 .7
2.3
1.1
-5.1
-5 .0
.4
2.8
4.2
7.4
4.4

.7
1.3
3.1
.3
-2 .2
-.2
0
0
.7
-.1
-.5
4.1
-.9

2 22 1-22
2 2 2 1-22 4
2 221-2241
2 22 1 -2 2 4 2
2 22 1-22 4 5
2 22 1-22 5
2 22 1-22 7
2221-22711
2221-231
2 22 1-3
2 2 2 1 -SM
2 2 2 1 -S
2 2 1 1-S
2 21 1A 34 1 S
2 21 1B 13 1 S
2 21 1B 21 1 S
2 21 1B 33 1 S
2 2 2 1 -SSS

Cotton broadwoven fabric— Continued
Pile fabric
...........................................................................
Corduroy.............................................................................
Cotton broadwoven fabric, finished products..................................
Towels and washcloths............................................................
B edspreads...........................................................................
O ther....................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................
Secondary products...................................................................
Man-made fiber and silk broadwoven fabric.................................

O ct.
198 9 2

0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 1

107.8
111.6
107.7
107.1
116.5
101.9

110.2
114.0

110.3
114.3

2.3
3.3

.1
.3

(3)
109.6
115.9
105.2

(3)
2.0
4.9
.4

(3)
-1 .4
1.0
.2

(3)
(3)
105.1
110.9

(3)
(3)
105.9
111.6

(3)
108.1
117.1
105.4
101.5
101.5
105.8
110.5

(3)
(3)
2.1
4.9

(3)
(3)
-.1
-1 .0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

122.3
101.4
98.1

126.1
107.3
99.6

126.4
107.7
98.8

7.5
7.2

.2
.4
-.8

0 6 /8 7

102.9

105.8

105.3

0 6 /8 7

109.5

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 7

104.1

106.3

105.1

2.4

-1.1

0 6 /8 7

133.1

133.6

133.8

7.8

.1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

119.7
118.2

120.6
119.0
114.4
121.3
120.5
119.0

119.8
118.1

4.7
5.3

-.7
-.8

(3)
120.4
119.4
117.6
118.0
117.1
123.5
123.5
123.4
1 01.4

(3)
5.7
6.7
4.3
4.4
4.3
2.8
2.8

(3)
-.7
-.9
-1 .2

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

2 21 1-B 4
2211-B41
2 2 1 1-C
2211-C11
2 2 1 1-C31
2211-C61
221 1-S M
2 2 1 1-S
2 2 2 1 -S
2221

Finished cotton broadcloth ....................................................
Finished cotton twill weaves, except d en im ..............................
Other finished cotton fa b rics..................................................
Other secondary products........................................................
Wool weaving and finishing..................................................................
Primary products..........................................................................
Wool broad woven fabrics, gray g o o d s .......................................
Finished fabrics......................................................................
Finished wool apparel fabrics.................................................
W o o le n ............................................................................
Wholly w o o l...................................................................
Chiefly wool ...................................................................
Finished wool non-apparel fabrics and felts...............................
Other non-apparel fabrics and fe lts .......................................
Chiefly wool ...................................................................
Receipts for commission finishing or sponging of wool fabrics...........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................
Secondary products...................................................................

2231

Narrow fabric m ills.............................................................................
Primary products..........................................................................
Woven narrow fabric...................................................................
E la stic...................................................................................
Other apparel......................................................................
Other u s e s ..........................................................................
Nonelastic..............................................................................
Woven la b e ls......................................................................

2241

2 2 3 1 -P
2231-211
2 2 3 1 -A
223 1-3
2 2 3 1-31 6
2231-31611
2 2 3 1 -31 6 12
2 23 1-4
2 2 3 1-41 8
2 2 3 1 -41 8 12
223 1-5
2 2 3 1 -SM
2 2 3 1 -S

2 2 4 1 -P
2241-1
2241-11
2 24 1-11 4
2 24 1-11 5
224 1-12
2 24 1-12 3

See footnotes at end of table.




26

(3)
119.9
118.6
116.5
116.1
117.0
124.1
124.1
124.1

(3)
117.2
124.1
124.1

Nov. 1988

(3)
3.5
(3)

O ct. 1989

4.5
5.1
1.1
.9
0
(3)

0

-.5
(3)

(3)
-.1
-.5

-.5

(3)

(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 5

125.3

125.7

125.4

3.5

-.2

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

108.2
108.5
104.0
104.4
110.5
105.2
103.7
122.8

109.7
110.0
104.6
104.4
110.5
105.2
104.7
122.8

109.8
110.1
104.7
104.8
111.7
105.2
104.7

5.5
5.8
3.6
4.2
9.5
2.7
3.4

.1
.1
.1
.4
1.1
0
0

(3)

(3)

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

Narrow fabric mills— Continued
Tapes (wt. less than 15 oz./sq. yd.) ...................................
Webbing (wt. 15 oz./sq. yd. or more) .................................
Apparel w ebbing..........................................................
Safety belt w ebbing......................................................
All other webbing.........................................................
All other nonelastic..........................................................
Braided narrow fabric.............................................................
Elastic b ra id s.....................................................................
Nonelastic b ra id s...............................................................
Shoe and corset la c e s .....................................................
Covered elastic y a r n ..............................................................
Covered elastic yarn...........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...........................
Secondary products..............................................................
Knitting mills ................................................................................
Women’s hosiery knit on 300 needles or more and women’s knee-high
socks ....................................................................................
Primary products.....................................................................
Finished full-fashioned hosiery................................................
Finished seamless and simulated seamed hosiery......................
Stockings and knee-highs, knit on 300 needles or more ...........
K nee-high......................................................................
Full-length......................................................................
Pan tyh ose........................................................................
Under 30 denier, s h e e r ....................................................
30 denier and over, opaque ..............................................
Su p p o rt.........................................................................
Control top o n ly ...........................................................
Other support..............................................................
Unfinished seamless and simulated seamed hosiery ...................
Unfinished pantyhose.........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...........................
Secondary products..............................................................
Hosiery, n.e.c.....................................................................

2 24 1-12 5
2 24 1-12 7
2 24 1-12 7 33
2 24 1-12 7 37
2 2 4 1-12 7 39
2 24 1-12 9
2 241-4
2241-411
2 24 1-42 2
2241-42221
2 241-5
2241-511
2 2 4 1 -SM
2 2 4 1 -S

Nov.
1 9892

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

97.9
110.7
112.8
104.3
110.6
89.5
119.5
129.0
116.0
113.5

98.1
110.8
112.8
104.9
110.6
94.6
124.5
129.0
122.9
114.5

98.1
110.8
112.8
104.9
110.6

0 6 /8 4

114.4

0 6 /8 4

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

4.7
.1
0

0
0
0
0
0

(3)
0

(3)
124.5

(3)
11.9

(3)

(3)
122.9
114.5

(3)
10.9
4.9

(3)

114.6

114.6

5.5

0

109.9

113.2

112.8

2.8

-.4

1 2 /8 4

107.4

107.7

108.0

2.1

.3

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

105.0
105.1

105.9
106.0

106.1
106.2

2.5
2.1

.2
.2

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

105.2
107.4
104.9
131.6
103.8
106.5
105.6
100.0
106.0
95.1
106.2
109.6

106.1
108.6
106.2

2.2
3.8
3.0
11.1
1.5
2.9
2.4
-.7
1.0
-2 .3
1.3
2.0

.2
.4
.5

(3)
104.7
107.9
106.0
100.2
106.0
95.4
106.4
109.8

106.3
109.0
106.7
131.6
104.8
108.1
106.0
100.2
106.0
95.4
106.6
110.2

(3)
.1
.2
0
0
0
0
.2
.4

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

104.2
104.2

105.9
105.9

105.9
105.9

5.4
5.4

0
0

2252-P
225 2-22
2 25 2-22 2
2 25 2-22 2 2
2 2 5 2-22 2 27
2 25 2-22 3
2252-2231
2252-22311
2 25 2-22 3 2
2252-22321
2 2 5 2-22 3 27
2 2 5 2-22 4
2252-2241
2252-22411
2 2 5 2-22 4 17
2 25 2-22 4 2
2 2 5 2-22 4 27

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

106.6
106.2
105.8
109.7
110.3
110.7
104.9
103.3
102.9
107.8
113.2
105.6
101.3
99.1
100.0
98.4
110.2
107.4

107.2
106.7
106.6
110.7
111.6
112.4
106.1
103.3
102.9
111.2
113.2
110.4
101.4
99.1
100.0
98.4
110.7
108.5

107.2
106.7
106.6
110.7
111.6
112.4
106.1
103.3
102.9
111.2
113.2
110.4
101.4
99.1
100.0
98.4
110.7
108.5

2.5
2.1
2.2
2.5
3.2
3.6
2.8
2.3
2.1
3.5
3.8
3.5
1.1
.1
-.9
.9
5.1
4.3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

225 2-23
2252-231
2 25 2-23 2
225 2-23 2 2
2252-23221
2 25 2-23 2 27

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

108.0
99.3
104.8
108.4
117.4
105.4

108.3
97.9
106.7
110.7
124.1
106.2

108.3
97.9
106.7
110.7
124.1
106.2

3.0
-.1
3.0
4.1
5.7
3.4

0
0
0
0
0
0

2 25 2-23 4
2 25 2-23 5
2252-23511
2 25 2-23 5 77
2 25 2-23 6
2 25 2-23 6 77
2 25 2-23 8

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

101.8
107.5
109.3
106.5
98.6
98.6
94.7

103.4
107.5
109.3
106.5
98.6
98.6
94.7

103.4
107.5

.6
.7

0
0

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

2 252-24
2 25 2-24 2

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

102.8
101.6

102.8
101.6

102.8
101.6

-.5
-2.1

0
0

225 2-24 6
2252-S M
2252-S

0 6 /8 4

103.9

103.9

103.9

1.1

0

0 6 /8 4

104.7

106.4

106.4

2.9

0

1 2 /8 4

108.8

108.8

109.0

1.9

.2

225

2251
2 2 5 1 -P
2251-1
2 251-3
2251-321
2 2 5 1-32 1 77
2 2 5 1-32 1 88
2251-351
2 2 5 1-35 1 22
2 2 5 1-35 1 44
2 2 5 1-35 1 6
2251-35161
2 2 5 1-35 1 62
2 251-5
2 25 1-51 7
2 2 5 1 -SM
2251 -S
2252-S

Hosiery, n.e.c................................................................................
Primary products.....................................................................
Men’s finished hosiery...........................................................
A n k le t.............................................................................
Non-cushion...................................................................
Manmade fib e rs...........................................................
Mid-calf/crew.....................................................................
Cu sh ion .........................................................................
Natural fibers...............................................................
Non-cushion...................................................................
Natural fibers...............................................................
Manmade fibe rs...........................................................
Knee-high.........................................................................
Cu sh ion .........................................................................
Natural fibers...............................................................
Manmade fib e rs...........................................................
Non-cushion...................................................................
Manmade fib e rs...........................................................
All other finished hosiery, knit on less than 300 needles, except
women’s knee-length.......................................................
Women’s, girls’ and boys’ fo o tso c k .......................................
Women’s, girls’ and boys’ anklet...........................................
Non-cushion...................................................................
Natural fibers...............................................................
Manmade fib e rs...........................................................
Other women’s, girls’ and boys’ finished hosiery, including leg
warmers, waist-highs, etc................................................
Infants’ and children’s anklet...............................................
Natural fibers .................................................................
Manmade fibers..............................................................
Infants’ and children’s knee-high...........................................
Manmade fibers..............................................................
Other infants’ and children’s finished hosiery..........................
Unfinished hosiery, knit on less than 300 needles, except women’s
knee-high.......................................................................
Men’s unfinished hosiery.....................................................
Other unfinished hosiery, knit on less than 300 needles, except
women’s knee-high ......................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...........................
Secondary products...............................................................

2252

Knit outerwear..............................................................................

2253

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 98 9 2

27

0
0
0

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

K nit o u te rw e a r— C o ntin u ed
Prim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
S w e ate rs, ja c k e ts and je r s e y s ..................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ ........................................................................................................
A ll w o o l a nd ch ie fly w o o l ...................................................................................
A ll m an m ad e a nd ch ie fly m a n m a d e ..............................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju n io rs ’ ............................................................................
A ll m a n m ade and ch iefly m a n m a d e ..............................................................
K nit o ute rw e ar sp ort shirts, including sw eat s h ir t s ...........................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ ........................................................................................................
A ll m anm ade and c h iefly m a n m a d e ..............................................................
O th e r f ib e r s .............................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju n io rs ’ ............................................................................
O th e r knit o u te r w e a r ....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ & ju n io rs ’ knit outerw ear, excl. sw eaters, ja ckets,
je rse ys & sp ort s h ir t s ......................................................................................
M e n ’s & b oys’ knit outerw ear, excluding sw e ate rsja cke ts, je rse ys and
sp ort s h ir t s ...........................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ shirts, e xcluding sp ort s h ir t s ...........................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ o th e r knit o u te rw e a r...........................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk on kn itting and dyeing kn it o u te rw e a r......................................
C o ntract w o rk on knitting and dyeing knit o u te r w e a r .................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

109.4
115.7
121.2
123.7
116.6
(3)
(3)
110.8
114.2
115.8
111.9
112.3
101.4

109.7
116.1
122.1
(3)
117.8
(3)
(3)
110.3
113.4
114.4
111.9
112.3
102.2

0
1.3
-1.5
6.1
.7
.8

0.3
.3
.7
(3)
1.0
(3)
(3)
-.5
-.7
-1.2
0
0
.8

12/84

104.6

104.6

104.6

.2

0

2253-33
2253-335
2253-338
2253-9
2253-911
2253-SM

12/84
12/84
12/84

117.6
111.4
119.9

115.4
(3)
115.6

118.9
119.4
118.7

2.4
5.3
1.4

(3)
2.7

12/84

114.0

114.0

114.0

-6.6

0

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
06/82
06/82
09/82
06/82

119.0
120.1
118.8
115.1
115.0
101.9
101.3
124.8
129.5
128.8
131.3
119.9

119.0
120.1
118.8
115.1
115.0
101.9
101.3
125.0
129.7
129.0
131.3
119.9

119.0
120.1
118.8
115.1
115.0
(3)
(3)
125.0
129.7
129.0
131.3
119.9

1.4
1.4
.8
.9
.5
(3)
(3)
3.2
2.5
2.2
2.4
4.5

.0
0
0
0
0
(3)
(3)
0
0
0
0
0

06/82

110.2

110.2

110.2

1.2

0

06/81
06/81

105.3
105.9

105.4
106.0

105.9
106.0

.9
1.0

.5
0

06/81

112.7

112.7

109.6

-1.2

-2.8

2257

W a rp knit f a b r ic s ........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
G ray g o o d s .......................................................................................................................
G ray g o o d s ..................................................................................................................
Finished underw ear, and nigh tw e ar fa b r ic s ..........................................................
M a n m ade and ch ie fly m anm ade f ib e r s .............................................................
Finished o ute rw e a r f a b r ic s .........................................................................................
M a n m ade and ch ie fly m anm ade f ib e r s .............................................................
O th e r fin ishe d w a rp kn it fab rics ..............................................................................
O th e r s .............................................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk on gray and fin ishe d w arp knit fa b r ic .......................................
C o n tra c t k n ittin g /fin is h in g ......................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ..................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................
O th e r s e con da ry p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................

109.4
115.8
121.6
123.7
116.6
109.9
109.7
109.9
111.8
112.8
110.4
112.1
101.9

2253-31

C ircular knit f a b r ic s ...................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
G ray fa b r ic s ......................................................................................................................
G ray fa b r ic s .................................................................................................................
F inished u nd erw e ar and nigh tw e ar f a b r ic s ..........................................................
F inished u nd erw e ar and nigh tw e ar fa b r ic s ......................................................
F inished high pile fab rics ...........................................................................................
F inished high pile fa b r ic s ........................................................................................
Finished single knit o ute rw e ar f a b r ic s ...................................................................
M a n m ade and ch ie fly m anm ade fib e r s .............................................................
A ll o th e r f ib e r s ............................................................................................................
F inished rib knit o ute rw e ar fabrics, excluding d ouble knit and
in te r lo c k ....................................................................................................................
M a n m ade and ch iefly m a n m ade f ib e r s .............................................................
Finished d ou ble knit o ute rw e ar fabrics, including in terlock and
e igh tlo ck fab rics ....................................................................................................
M a n m ad e and ch ie fly m anm ade f ib e r s .............................................................
A ll o th e r fin ishe d circula r knit fab rics ....................................................................
A ll o th e r fin ishe d circula r knit f a b r ic s .................................................................
C o ntract w o rk on gray and finished circula r knit fab ric ..................................
C o n tra c t knitting o f gray fa b r ic .............................................................................
C o n tra c t k n ittin g /fin is h in g ......................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ..................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

2254

2258

2254-P
2254-A
2254-1
2254-122
2254-4
2254-411
2254-C
2254-2
2254-21
2254-213
2254-3
2254-SM
2254-S

1.4
5.0
4.4
(3)
3.7

Oct. 1989

2253-P
2253-1
2253-12
2253-122
2253-124
2253-14
2253-144
2253-2
2253-22
2253-224
2253-225
2253-24
2253-3

K nit u nd erw e ar a nd n ig h tw e a r m i l l s ...................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
M e n ’s a nd b o ys’ kn it u n d e r w e a r.............................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ und ershirts, e xc e p t t h e r m a l.................................................
U nde rsh irts, e xce p t a th le tic t y p e s ...................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ sh o rts and b r ie f s .....................................................................
S ho rts and briefs, e xc e p t the rm al u nd erw e ar and union suits ............
W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s u nderw ear and n ig h tw e a r..........................................
W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s u n d e r w e a r...................................................................
W o m e n ’s u n d e r w e a r............................................................................................
P anties ..................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s n ig h tw e a r ....................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ..................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................

(3)
(3)

3.0

2257-P
2257-1
2257-111
2257-2
2257-211
2257-4
2257-411
2257-5
2257-511
2257-512

06/81

128.5

129.8

129.6

7.0

-.2

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

106.7
106.3
108.1
108.0

102.6
106.5
108.2
108.5

104.6
107.0
108.7
108.9

-2.7
.9
2.1
-1.3

1.9
.5
.5
.4

2257-6
2257-611

06/87
06/87

103.2
98.5

106.7
101.2

106.9
101.6

1.2
2.1

.2
.4

2257-7
2257-711
2257-8
2257-811
2257-9
2257-911
2257-915
2257-SM
2257-S

06/81
06/81

98.7
96.7

98.4
96.4

100.0
97.9

1.8
1.9

1.6
1.6

06/81
06/81
06/87
06/81

105.0
109.2
104.1
109.6

105.7
109.2
104.1
109.6

105.5
109.5
104.1
110.0

2.1
2.8
1.8
3.4

-.2
.3
0
.4

06/81

108.6

108.6

108.6

0

0

06/81
06/81

109.4
108.4

110.6
109.3

111.1
109.7

4.1
4.0

.5
.4

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/87
06/81
09/81
06/81
06/81

107.4
106.2
119.4
112.4
110.5
110.5
120.3
108.1
108.1

107.7
108.2
121.6
112.6
110.7
111.7
121.6
108.1
108.1

107.7
109.6
123.1
112.8
110.9
111.9
121.8
108.1
108.1

3.8
4.9
4.9
5.6
5.7
2.8
2.7
1.2
1.2

0
1.3
1.2
.2
.2
.2
.2
0
0

06/81
06/81

114.8
120.2

115.3
121.7

115.5
122.4

1.8
5.6

.2
.6

2258-P
2258-1
2258-101
2258-2
2258-211
2258-3
2258-311
2258-4
2258-439
2258-9
2258-915
2258-SM
2258-S
2258-SSS

See footnotes at end of table.




Oct.
19892

28

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P roduct
co de

Index
base
July
1 9892

K n ittin g m ills n .e .c........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
O th e r kn it end p ro d u cts ..............................................................................................
O th e r kn it e nd pro du cts, n .e .c................................................................................

2259
2 259-P
225 9-2
225 9-29 8

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

O ct.
1 9892

Nov.
19892

109.4
109.3
103.9
103.9

109.4
109.3
103.9
103.9

109.4
109.3
103.9
103.9

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

5.2
5.4
3.3
3.3

0
0
0
0

Dyeing a nd fin ishing textiles, e xce p t w o o l fa b rics and kn it g o o d s ...........................

226

1 2 /8 4

115.0

115.7

115.8

2.4

.1

Fin ish ed co tto n b ro ad w o ven fa b ric .....................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o n-com m issio n fin ishe d fa b ric ...............................................................................
Plain w e a v e s ................................................................................................................
O the r plain w e a v e s ................................................................................................
C o m m ission fin is h in g ....................................................................................................
C om m ission fin is h in g .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2261

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

109.4
111.5
111.8
109.2
115.0

109.5
111.5
111.9
109.3
115.3

109.7
111.6
112.1
109.6
115.5

3.5
3.0
2.7
0
6.3

.2
.1
.2
.3
.2

0 2 /8 6

110.7

110.4

110.6

3.8

.2

Finished s y n th e tic fib er and silk b roadw oven f a b r i c .....................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N on-com m issio n fin ishe d fab ric ................................................................................
C o m m ission finishing ...................................................................... .............................
C o m m ission fin is h in g .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2262

F in ish ed yarn, raw stock, b raided g oo d s a nd n arrow fab ric, e xce p t kn its and
w o o l .........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
D yed y a r n ..........................................................................................................................
C h ie fly ca rd ed co tto n yarn .....................................................................................
C h ie fly co m b ed co tto n yarn ...................................................................................
C h ie fly a crylic o r m o d acrylic y a r n ........................................................................
O th e r ch iefly polye ster spun y a r n ........................................................................
Finished yarn o th e r tha n blea ch ed o r d y e d ..........................................................
M ercerized co tto n y a r n ............................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2 2 6 1 -P
2261-7
2261-72
2261-725
2261-9
2261-911
2 26 1 -SM
2 26 1 -S

0 6 /8 4

95.8

96.5

96.8

5.0

.3

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

119.2
121.8
127.9
110.1

120.1
122.5
128.1
111.9

120.2
122.5
127.9
112.1

1.9
1.4
.4
3.6

.1
0
-.2
.2

0 6 /8 4

111.8

113.5

113.8

3.6

.3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
1 1 /8 3

114.8
116.1
116.3
106.8
128.7
109.5
122.7
117.9
113.8
111.8

115.0
116.3
116.3

115.0
116.2
116.3

3.2
3.5
3.5

0
-.1
0

(3)
(3)
109.5

(3)
128.7
109.5

(3)
11.1
6.9

(3)
(3)

(3)
123.8
119.5
111.8

(3)
122.6
118.4

(3)
6.7
6.7

(3)
-1 .0
-.9

1 2 /8 4

108.7

107.1

107.4

-.3

.3

2 27 1 -P
2271-1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

117.2
117.2
117.2

117.2
117.2
117.2

117.2
117.2
117.2

1.2
1.2
1.2

0
0
0

2271-114

0 6 /8 5

113.5

113.5

113.5

3.7

0

2272-P
2272-1
2272-3
2272-30301
2 27 2-30309
2 272-505
2272-8
2272-SM
2272-M

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 6

137.6
138.4
150.2
138.6
142.6
112.0
121.1
104.7

135.4
136.1
150.2
135.8
142.9
111.1
121.6
103.7

135.8
136.2
157.1
135.6
142.5
112.5
121.6
103.9

-.4
-.9
6.1
-1 .2
1.4
3.1
.7
-3 .6

.3
.1
4.6
-.1
-.3
1.3
0
.2

1 2 /8 0

118.5

115.2

(3)

(3)

2279-P
2279-1
2279-113

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

111.1
113.4
113.4
118.0

111.1
113.4
113.4
118.0

111.1
113.4
113.4
118.0

3.5
4.0
4.0
.1

2262-P
2262-8
226 2-9
2262-911
2262-S M
2262-S

2269
2269-P
2 269-2
2269-221
2 26 9-22 3
2269-232
2269-243
2269-3
2269-351
2269-S

(3)

(3)

0

(3)

F lo o r covering m ills ....................................................................................................................

227

W o ve n ca rp ets and r u g s ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W oven ca rp ets and rugs, including m ats and a rt s q u a r e s .............................
O the r w o ven ca rp ets and rugs, including u ph olste ry loom type
c a r p e tin g ...............................................................................................................

2271

T u fte d ca rp ets and r u g s ...........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B ath m a ts and se ts and sca tte r rugs 6 x 9 o r le s s ............................................
T u fte d b ro a d lo o m ...........................................................................................................
T u fte d b roadloom - n y lo n ........................................................................................
T u fte d bro ad lo om - o th e r fib ers and b le n d s ....................................................
A uto m o bile and a ircra ft ca rp etin g .......................................................................
Finished o n ly ....................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................

2272

C a rp ets and rugs, n .e.c..............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C a rpets and rugs, n.e.c., including m ats and a rt s q u a r e s ..............................
B raided, hooked, and o th e r ca rp ets and rugs (e xce pt tu fte d or w oven)

2279

Y arn and thread m i lls ................................................................................................................

228

1 2 /8 4

106.3

107.8

107.8

3.0

0

S pun y a r n .......................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C arded c o tto n yarns .....................................................................................................
G ray carded co tto n yarns fo r sale to o th e rs ...................................................
1 - 20 c o u n t .............................................................................................................
C om bed co tto n yarns ...................................................................................................
G ray co m bed c o tto n yarns fo r sale to o th e rs ................................................
1 - 25 c o u n t .............................................................................................................
R ayon a n d /o r a ceta te spun y a r n s ...........................................................................
G ray rayon a n d /o r a ceta te spun yarns fo r sale to o th e r s .........................
S pun n o n ce llu lo sic fiber, silk, and w o o l ya rn s ....................................................
S pun ch ie fly p o lye ste r y a r n s ..................................................................................
G ra y spun ch ie fly p o lye ste r ya rn s fo r sa le to o t h e r s ...............................
1 00 % spun p o ly e s te r ........................................................................................
B lends, ch ie fly p o ly e s te r..................................................................................
5 0-50 p o ly e s te r/c o tto n b le n d ....................................................................
S pun n o n ce llu lo sic fiber, silk, a nd w o o l yarns, e xclud in g p o lye ste r

2281

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

102.3
103.9
94.2
93.4
100.5
107.3
107.3
102.1
121.2
121.2
105.5
105.5
104.4
112.3
102.5
102.7
105.6

104.5
105.2
95.7
95.1
102.1
107.8
107.8
101.8
124.2
124.2
107.1
107.4
105.1
113.2
103.1
103.6
107.2

104.3
104.9
96.8
96.3
103.6
106.7
106.7
100.0
124.0
124.0
106.6
106.9
105.5
113.2
103.7
104.1
106.6

1.3
1.8
-.1
-.6
3.1
-.5
-.5
-.4
14.8
14.8
3.1
5.2
4.2
3.6
4.5
5.2
2.1

-.2
-.3
1.1
1.3
1.5
-1 .0
-1 .0
-1 .8
-.2
-.2
-.5
-.5
.4

228 1 -P
2281-1
2281-113
2281-1131
2281-2
2281-213
2281-2131
2281-3
228 1-31 3
2 28 1-4
2281-41
228 1-41 3
228 1-41 3 3
2 28 1-41 3 5
2281-41351
2 28 1-42

See footnotes at end of table.




29

(3)
0
0
0
0

0
.6
.5
-.6

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

S pun ya rn — C o ntin u ed
G ra y spun n o n ce llu lo sic fiber, silk, and w o o l ya rn s fo r s a le .................
1 00 % a c r y lic .........................................................................................................
1 00 % n y lo n ..........................................................................................................
C h ie fly w o o l ..........................................................................................................
O th e r spun n o n ce llu lo sic fib e r and silk yarns, in clu din g b le n d s .....
Fin ish ed spun n o n ce llu lo sic fiber, silk, and w o ol y a r n s ...........................
O th e r spun n o n ce llu lo sic fib e r and silk y a r n s ..........................................
In te rp la n t tra n sfe rs o f g ray spun y a r n ....................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
Texturing, throw ing , a nd w in d ing m ill pro du cts: co tto n , m an m ad e fibers, silk,
a nd w o o l.................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
T h ro w n fila m e n t yarns, e xc e p t t e x t u r e d .................................................................
M a ch ine kn itting y a r n s .............................................................................................
O th e r th ro w n y a r n s ....................................................................................................
T e xtu re d , b ulked, o r crim pe d fila m e n t yarn (m ade fro m p urcha sed yarn)
N ylo n ...............................................................................................................................
N ylo n (35 - 59 den ie r) ..........................................................................................
N ylo n (60 - 89 denier) ..........................................................................................
N ylo n ( 9 0 - 2 1 0 d e n ie r ) ........................................................................................
N ylo n (1 0 00 - 1499 d e n ie r ) .................................................................................
P o ly e s te r ........................................................................................................................
P o lyeste r (145 - 179 d e n ie r ) ..............................................................................
A ll o th e r textu re d fila m e nt y a r n s ...........................................................................
C o m m ission texturing, throw ing, plying, etc. o f fila m e nt y a r n s .....................
C o m m ission textu rin g or throw ing o f fila m e n t y a r n s .....................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

228 1-42 3
2 281-4231
2 2 8 1-42 3 3
2 2 8 1-42 3 4
228 1-42 3 5
2 28 1-42 7
228 1-42 7 3
2 281-6
2 2 8 1 -S

2282
2282-P
2282-3
2 28 2-33 2
2 2 8 2-33 5
2 282-5
2 28 2-51 5
2 28 2-51 5 12
2 2 8 2-51 5 13
2 28 2 -5 1 5 1 4
2 28 2 -5 1 5 1 6
2282-551
2 28 2-55123
2282-571
2282-9
2282-911
2282-SM
2282-S

T h re ad m i l l s ..................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
F inished threa d fo r use in the h o m e ......................................................................
M a n m ade fib e r threa d and o th e r threa d ...........................................................
Finished threa d fo r industrial o r m a n ufa ctu re rs’ u s e ........................................
M a n m ad e fib e r threa d and o th e r threa d ...........................................................
S pun p o ly e s te r.........................................................................................................
C o r e s p u n ...................................................................................................................
T e xtu re d p o lye ste r a nd n y lo n ............................................................................
Filam e n t p o lye ste r and nylon ............................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

229

F e lt goo ds, e xce p t w o ven fe lt a nd h a t s ............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P re ssed w o o l f e l t ............................................................................................................
Ind u stria l f e l t .................................................................................................................
P unched o r n ee dled f e l t s ............................................................................................
W o o l fe lts and m a n -m a de fib e r f e l t s ...................................................................

2291

Lace g o o d s ....................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk a nd o th e r m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................

2 292

P adding a nd u p h o lste ry filling ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P adding and p a d s .......................................................................................................
A ll o th e r pad ding .....................................................................................................
B attin g, w a dd in g , and m a ttre ss f e l t s ...................................................................
M a d e fro m c o tto n linters, co tto n w a ste, a nd raw c o tt o n ........................
M a d e fro m all o th e r fib e rs ..................................................................................
U p h o lste ry f illin g ..........................................................................................................

2293

P ro cesse d te xtile w a s t e ...........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R e co ve re d fibers, p ro cesse d m ill w aste, and re la ted p r o d u c ts ....................
Fib e rs re co ve re d fro m clip s a nd rags (new and u s e d ) ................................
F ib e rs re co ve re d fro m m ill w a ste, e xclud in g fib e rs re co ve re d fro m
c lip s a nd r a g s .......................................................................................................
M a n m ad e f ib e r s .......................................................................................................
N y lo n .......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r m an m ad e fibers, inclu din g c o m b in a tio n s o f fib e r typ e s ....

229 4

C o a te d fab rics, n o t ru b b e riz e d ..............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................

2295

2284-P
2284-1
2 284-157
228 4-2
2 28 4-22 5
2284-22501
2 2 8 4 -22 5 02
2 2 8 4 -22 5 03
2 28 4 -2 2 5 0 4
2 28 4-S M
2 284-S

2 2 9 1 -P
2291-1
2291-111
229 1-2
2 29 1-24 7

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2

103.7
104.3
103.1
105.9
103.2
109.4
102.4
98.5
84.5

104.9
105.2
104.1
106.7
105.7
111.7
104.9
98.4
95.2

104.4
104.3
103.9
106.7
105.1
111.1
104.3
98.1
96.8

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

118.6
118.3
114.8
112.5
115.7
120.5
113.6
112.3
101.7
103.5
99.7
130.4
134.3
110.7
111.6
117.8

119.0
118.7
116.5
113.3
116.5
120.9
113.7
112.5
101.8
103.8
99.7
131.3
134.0

119.0
118.7
116.9
113.5
117.5
120.9
113.8
112.5
101.8
103.9
99.7
131.2
133.3

(3)
111.7
118.0

(3)
111.7
117.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
.8
1.0
(3)

Nov. 1988

1.5
2.5
.2
(3)
2.3
3.5
(3)
(3)
-4 .9

4.7
4.7
4.3
(3)
(3)
6.0
2.4
(3)
6.2
7.1

O ct. 1989

-0 .5
-.9
-.2
0
-.6
-.5
-.6
-.3
1.7

0
.0
.3
.2
.9
0
.1
0
0
.1
0
-.1
-.5
(3)
0
-.1

1 2 /8 8

104.6

104.8

104.8

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 4

117.1
117.0
113.8
114.4
118.1
117.0
112.9
112.0
110.6
117.2

117.9
117.8
114.5
115.6
118.9
118.4
112.9
113.2
110.6
122.9

118.4
118.3
113.7
114.7
119.1
118.6
112.9
113.6
110.6
123.3

(3)
12.5

.4
.4
-.7
-.8
.2
.2
0
.4
0
.3

1 2 /8 4

115.9

116.6

120.2

(3)

3.1

113.0

113.1

114.1

5.6

.9

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

112.4
116.0
137.5
133.4
106.8
110.2

109.4
112.2
130.0
128.0
104.5
105.5

110.3
113.3
130.0
128.0
106.1
108.7

-1.1
-1 .4
-4 .6
-2 .8
.4
.6

.8
1.0
0
0
1.5
3.0
-.1
0

8.6
8.8
(3)
(3)
9.9
9.7
7.4
9.5

0

2 292-P
2 292-S M
2292-M
2 29 2-X Y 9

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

117.8
119.5

119.1
120.5

119.0
120.5

6.5
7.1

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.1
108.1

(3)
(3)

110.8
110.8

2.5
2.5

2293-P
2293-11
2 29 3-11 9
229 3-13
2 29 3-13 2
2 29 3-13 4
2 29 3-15 7

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

107.1
107.2
103.1
110.9
113.1
104.1
121.6
106.2

108.4
108.8
104.1
114.6
115.4
106.7
123.7
108.0

108.5
108.9
104.3
115.2
115.4
106.7
123.7
108.0

5.1
5.0
2.9
9.6
8.5
6 .4
10.2
2.6

.1
.1
.2
.5
0
0
0
0

(3)
(3)

2294-P
2294-1
229 4-11 4

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

131.8
136.3

133.8
138.6

136.7
141.9

9.2
10.2

2.2
2.4

1 2 /8 5

95.3

95.3

95.3

5.7

0

229 4-12
229 4-12 7
2 2 9 4-12 7 13
2 2 9 4 -12 7 14

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

139.7
140.5
99.1
145.7

142.2
139.8
99.1
145.0

145.7
142.0
99.1
153.1

10.4
7.3
-2.1
8.4

2.5
1.6
0
5.6

2295-P

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

111.5
109.9

112.1
110.5

114.7
113.8

6.5
6.9

2.3
3.0

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
198 9 2

1 2 /8 4

2284

M isce lla n e o u s te xtile g o o d s ...................................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

30

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

Nov.
19892

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

109.5
104.9
113.3
109.4
108.7
109.3
109.3
111.6
123.0
109.7
110.7
112.9
108.1
107.3
109.0

110.3
104.9
115.7
111.0
108.9
109.5
110.3
111.7
122.4
110.0
111.0
113.2
108.1
107.3
109.9

114.8
104.9
116.6
113.0
116.2
117.9
111.8
111.6
121.3
110.0
111.0
113.2
108.1
107.3
109.9

7.9
3.9
7.7
4.5
9.0
10.5
5.2
3.7
9.2
2.8
3.0
3.5
1.3
.8
5.3

0 6 /8 5

104.4

104.4

104.4

-1.1

0

2296-P
2296-1
229 6-12 2
2 29 6-13 3

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

110.5
109.7
109.7
101.5
104.8

110.6
109.8
109.8
101.5
104.8

110.8
109.9
109.9
101.6
105.0

7.6
7.5
7.5
.7
3.6

.2
.1
.1
.1
.2

2297-P
2297-1
2297-13
2297-131
2297-133
2297-135
2297-2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
0 1 /8 6

118.2
121.6
120.1
113.6
106.9
116.5
115.4
125.1

117.6
120.9
119.8
113.1
107.0
118.3
114.3

117.8
121.2
120.2
113.8
106.9
118.3
115.4

5.8
6.8
7.3
7.0
7.0
4.4
7.4

.2
.2
.3
.6
-.1
0
1.0

(3)

(3)

2298-P
2298-1
2 298-2
2298-2A
2 29 8-20 7
2 2 9 8-20 8
2298-20811
2 2 9 8 -20 8 12
2 2 9 8 -20 8 15
2298-211

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

111.9
112.6
73.8
122.5
124.2
162.9
113.5
119.1
114.3
91.2
112.0

114.8
116.0

114.8
116.0

4.8
5.1

0
0

(3)
124.7
126.4

(3)
125.0
126.7

(3)
4.2
4.2

(3)
.2
.2

(3)
113.2
117.8
115.6

(3)
115.6
121.6
116.8
91.1
112.0

(3)
4.2
3.1
5.9

(3)
2.1
3.2
1.0

(3)
2.1

(3)
(3)

2 2 9 8-21 2
229 8-S M
2 298-S

0 6 /8 5

116.0

118.1

118.1

3.0

0

0 6 /8 5

103.8

104.8

104.5

3.4

-.3

2 299-P
2299-3

C o a te d fab rics, n o t rubbe rize d — C ontin u ed
V inyl co a te d o r la m in a te d f a b r ic ...............................................................................
Ligh tw e ig ht fabric, 10 oz. & u n d e r/s q . yd. fin ishe d w t ................................
M e d ium w eigh t fabric, o v e r 10 oz. to 16 o z ./s q . yd. fin ishe d w t ..............
W o ve n fa b ric b a s e .................................................................................................
H e a vyw eig h t fab ric, o ve r 16 o z ./s q . yd. fin ish e d w t .....................................
K nitte d fab ric b a s e .................................................................................................
N onw ove n fab ric b a s e ..........................................................................................
P olyurethane & o th e r co ate d & lam inated fa b r ic ...............................................
P olyurethane c o ate d o r lam inated fa b r ic ...........................................................
O th e r co ate d o r lam inated fa b r ic ..........................................................................
L igh tw e ig ht fabric, 10 oz. & u n d e r/s q . yd. finished w t .............................
W o ve n fab ric b a s e .............................................................................................
M e d ium w eigh t fabric, o v e r 10 oz. to 16 o z ./s q . yd. fin ishe d w t ...........
W o ve n fab ric b a s e .............................................................................................
H e avyw eight fabric, o ver 16 o z ./s q . yd. fin ishe d w t ................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

O ct.
198 9 2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

119.7
122.5
136.4

118.8
121.4
134.1

121.0
124.1
139.7

-1 .5
-1 .7
-4.1

1.9
2.2
4.2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

(3)
107.2

136.7
107.2

(3)
107.2

(3)
2.4

1 2 /8 4

110.4

111.1

111.2

2.8

.1

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

140.7
140.8
113.6
142.0
142.9
142.3
119.7
144.4

142.3
142.4
114.8
144.1
145.0
145.9
120.1
142.7

143.8
143.5
115.5
145.1
145.9
145.8
120.0
146.2

6.7
6.5
5.7
6.6
6.6
7.1
8.9
5.4

1.1
.8
.6
.7
.6
-.1
-.1
2.5

(3)
140.3
137.7
136.0
132.8
119.4
145.7
148.6

(3)
139.3
138.6
137.0
134.2
119.8
145.7
150.4

(3)
142.6
139.2
137.3
133.7
121.1
147.9
153.0

(3)
8.8
5.1
5.1
3.9
7.1
4.6
9.7

(3)
2.4
.4
.2
- .4
1.1
1.5
1.7

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

145.6
155.3
135.8

147.1
158.0

2295-2
2295-211
229 5-22 2
2 29 5 -2 2 2 2 2
2295-233
2 295-23334
2 29 5-23336
2295-3
2295-315
2295-322
229 5-32 2 2
2 29 5-32222
2 295-3223
2 29 5-32232
2 29 5-32 2 4
229 5-S M
2295-S

T ire c o rd and f a b r i c ...................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
T ire co rd a nd f a b r ic ........................................................................................................
N ylo n tire co rd and f a b r ic ........................................................................................
P o lyeste r tire co rd a nd f a b r ic .................................................................................

229 6

N o n w o ve n fa b rics and re la ted p r o d u c ts ............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o n w o ve n f a b r ic s ...........................................................................................................
S pun bon de d , d ry laid, and o th e r s ......................................................................
U nder 0.8 o un ces p er square y a r d ..................................................................
0.8 o un ces to 1.5 o un ces p er square yard ..................................................
O ver 1.5 o un ces per square y a r d ....................................................................
F a bricate d non w o ven p r o d u c ts .................................................................................

2297

C ord ag e and t w in e .....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ard fib e r co rdage and t w in e ....................................................................................
S o ft fib e r co rd ag e and twine, e xcep t c o t t o n .......................................................
M a n m ade fib e r co rd ag e and t w in e ......................................................................
Fish line, fish net, and fish netting (m ade in this e s ta b lis h m e n t)........
R o pe ...........................................................................................................................
P o ly p ro p y le n e ......................................................................................................
N y lo n .......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r rope, including rope m ade w ith co m b in a tio n s o f m aterial
T w ine , agricultu ra l ..................................................................................................
A ll o th e r m an m ad e fib e r co rd a g e a nd tw in e, inclu din g indu stria l
t w in e ....................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2298

T e xtile goo ds, n .e .c.....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S cou rin g a nd co m b ing m ill p ro d u cts ......................................................................
T o p s a nd noils, including to p o r slive r c o nve rte d fro m to w w ith ou t
c o m b in g ..................................................................................................................
O th e r textile goods, n .e.c..............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................

229 9

A pp a rel a nd o th e r fin ishe d p ro du cts m ade fro m fab rics and sim ilar
m a te r ia ls .................................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ suits and c o a t s ..........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ suits and co ats, excluding c o n tra c t w o r k ............................
M e n ’s s u its ....................................................................................................................
B usiness s u it s ..........................................................................................................
R e gular w e ig ht b usiness su its ......................................................................
A ll w o ol o r w o ol b le n d s ................................................................................
L ight w e ig ht business suits ............................................................................
F a brics e x c e p t all w o ol o r w o ol b le n d s .................................................
A ll w o ol o r w o ol b le n d s ................................................................................
M e n ’s tailored d re ss and s p o rt co a ts and ja c k e ts .........................................
B usiness type dre ss and sp ort c o a ts and ja c k e ts .....................................
F abrics e x c e p t w o o l and c o t t o n ...................................................................
A ll w o ol o r w o ol b le n d s ...................................................................................
Dress, sp ort c o a ts and ja ckets, e xcep t business, incl. sep. v e sts
R e ceipts fo r c o n tra c t w o rk on m e n ’s and b oys’ suits and c o a t s ................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O th e r s e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ separate tro u s e rs .....................................................................




2299-341
2299-5
2299-SM

23
2311
2 3 1 1-P
2 31 1 -A
2311-1
2311-11
2 311-113
2 311-11347
2 311-117
2 31 1-11744
2 31 1-11747
2311-3
2311-321
2 31 1-32144
2 311-32145
2311-322
231 1-9
2311-S M
2 3 1 1-S
2 31 1 -SSS
2327-S

31

(3)
(3)

(3)

Nov. 1988

(3)

152.4

8.6

(3)
138.3

(3)
4.4

O ct. 1989

4.1
0
.8
1.8
6.7
7.7
1.4
-.1
-.9
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)

(3)
0

3.6
(3)
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Index
base

Product
code

C C_
D
00 C
C v<f
D

Industry and product1

Industry
code

Men’s, youths’ & boys’ furnishings, work clothing & allied garm ents..............

232

Men’s and boys’ shirts, except work sh irts...............................................
Primary products............................................................................
Men’s and boys’ knit outerwear sport shirts, including sw eatshirts........
M en’s knit outerwear sportshirts, including sw eatshirts....................
All cotton and chiefly cotton fibers............................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fib e rs..................................
Boys’ knit outerwear sport shirts, including sweatshirts....................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fib e rs..................................
Men’s and boys’ dress and woven sport shirts, including uniform shirts ..
Men’s dress and business shirts and collars, including uniform shirts
All cotton and chiefly cotton fibers............................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fib e rs..................................
Men’s woven sport shirts............................................................
All cotton and chiefly cotton fibers............................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fib e rs..................................
Boys’ dress and uniform shirts and co lla rs....................................
Boys’ woven sport shirts ............................................................
Contract work on men’s and boys sh irts..........................................
Contract work on men’s and boys’ shirts and co lla rs.......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
R e s a le s ..................................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2321

Men’s and boys’ underwear and nightwear...............................................
Primary products............................................................................
Men’s and boys’ knit underwear.....................................................
Knit undershirts, except thermal...................................................
Undershirts, except athletic type...............................................
Knit shorts and briefs, except thermal...........................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2322

Men’s and boys’ neckwear....................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Men’s and boys’ neckwear............................................................
Men’s and boys’ neckties...........................................................
All silk ..................................................................................
All polyester..........................................................................
Other fabrics, including b le n ds..................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................

2323

Men’s and boys’ separate trousers..........................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Men’s and boys’ dress and sport trousers and dress s h o r ts ................
Men’s dress and sports trousers, except uniform............................
All wool and chiefly wool, all fabric constructions.........................
All cotton and chiefly cotton, all fabric constructions....................
All manmade and chiefly manmade, except manmade/wool blends .
W o v e n ...............................................................................
Knit ..................................................................................
Manmade/wool blends (chiefly manmade), all fabric constructions ...
Men’s and boys’ dress sh orts......................................................
Boys’ dress and sport trousers, including uniform...........................
Receipts for contract work on men’s and boys’ trousers ....................
Receipts for contract work on men’s and boys’ trousers..................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................
Men’s and boys’ work clothing....................................................

2327

M en’s and boys’ work clothing ...............................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Men’s and boys’ work sh irts..........................................................
Men’s and boys’ work sh irts.......................................................
Men’s and boys’ jeans, dungarees, and jean-cut casual s la c k s ............
Men’s jeans, dungarees, and jean-cut casual s la c k s .......................
D en im ..................................................................................
Boys’ jeans, dungarees, and jean-cut casual s la c k s ........................
D en im ..................................................................................
Other fab rics.........................................................................
Men’s and boys’ other work clothing...............................................
M en’s other work clothing..........................................................
Washable service apparel........................................................
Coveralls and other one piece work s u it s ...................................
Work pants, excluding jeans and du n garees...............................
Receipts for contract work on men’s and boys’ work clothing .............
Receipts for contract work on men’s and boys’ work clothing...........

2328

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

12/84

32

0.0

110.5
110.8
106.0
104.4
110.0
98.0
110.3
114.2
113.9
121.7
115.7
123.3
106.2
113.4
102.3
107.5
99.9
109.7
109.7

110.8
111.1
106.1
104.6
110.9
97.9
110.2
114.1
114.3
121.7
115.7
123.3
107.9
117.4
102.3
107.5
99.9
110.2
110.2

111.1
111.4
106.5
105.1
111.5
98.3
110.2
114.1
114.5
121.6
115.4
123.5
108.5
117.4
103.3
107.5
99.9
110.5
110.5

2.4
2.6
3.7
4.9
7.3
(3)
.6
(3)
2.4
2.3
3.0
1.7
3.2
6.1
1.0
(3)
(3)
1.2
1.2

.3
.3
.4
.5
.5
.4
0
0
.2
-.1
-.3
.2
.6
0
1.0
0
0
.3
.3

98.0
95.8
114.4

98.1
95.8
114.8

100.0
97.9
114.8

2.9
3.1
.3

1.9
2.2
0

115.5
112.1
114.3
114.0
112.9
116.2

115.4
112.1
114.2
114.0
112.9
116.1

115.4
112.1
114.2
114.0
112.9
116.1

.4
-.1
.4
0
0
.7

0
0
0
0
0
0

136.9

137.7

137.4

.9

-.2

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

117.3
117.5
117.5
117.8
136.9
114.7
101.9

115.1
115.2
115.2
115.3
137.6
110.9
101.0

118.6
118.8
118.8
119.2
143.5
114.7
102.2

7.3
7.1
7.1
7.6
13.8
7.2
-4.8

3.0
3.1
3.1
3.4
4.3
3.4
1.2

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
06/87
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
06/87
06/87

117.7
118.6
116.8
119.7
123.5
106.0
118.7
114.9
120.9
126.0
(3
)
106.9

118.3
119.1
117.3
120.3
128.7
106.0
118.6
114.8
120.9
126.9
(3)
107.6

119.7
120.2
118.8
122.0
128.2
108.3
121.2
117.5
120.9
126.9
(3
)
107.6

5.5
3.9
5.0
5.3
14.6
-.7
4.8
4.9
3.2
6.9
(3)
4.3

1.2
.9
1.3
1.4
-.4
2.2
2.2
2.4
0
0
(3
)
0

12/81

126.7

127.3

127.0

.6

-.2

12/81
12/81
12/81

i
2328-P
2328-1
2328-111
2328-3
2328-351
2328-35126
2328-352
2328-35226
2328-35229
2328-4
2328-451
2328-45111
2328-45114
2328-45131
2328-9
2328-911

3.1

06/82

2327-P
2327-1
2327-112
2327-1122
2327-1124
2327-1125
2327-11251
2327-11252
2327-1127
2327-146
2327-157
2327-9
2327-911
2327-SM
2327-S
2327-SSS
2328-S

111.4

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82

2323-P
2323-1
2323-12
2323-121
2323-127
2323-129
2323-SM

111.4

06/83
06/83
06/83

2322-P
2322-A
2322-1
2322-122
2322-4
2322-SM
2322-S

110.3

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
09/83
06/83
06/83
09/83
06/83
06/83

2321-P
2321-2
2321-211
2321-21115
2321-21117
2321-225
2321-22527
2321-4
2321-417
2321-41718
2321-41721
2321-427
2321-42713
2321-42714
2321-437
2321-438
2321-9
2321-913
2321-SM
2321-M
2321-Z89
2321-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Oct.
19892

122.4
122.1
122.6

123.5
125.6
119.7

125.0
125.6
123.7

9.6
10.9
7.7

1.2
0
3.3

12/81
12/81

111.8
112.7

114.5
115.6

113.2
114.2

2.4
2.1

-1.1
-1.2

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81

115.5
111.6
112.4
117.9
109.3
112.8
102.8
116.1
115.3
113.2
110.7
119.6

118.2
114.9
115.5
122.1
113.2
116.5
107.0
118.8
117.8
113.7
112.7
123.2

118.2
112.8
113.4
118.9
110.9
113.0
107.0
118.8
117.8
114.5
112.7
123.2

6.7
1.7
1.6
3.1
2.0
.8
4.6
3.4
3.3
4.0
2.8
3.7

0
-1.8
-1.8
-2.6
-2.0
-3.0
0
0
0
.7
0
0

12/81

110.0

110.0

(3)

(3)

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n adjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

P ro du ct
co d e

Industry
co de

Index
base
July
19892

Nov.
19892

12/8 1
12/81
12/8 1

108.6
125.2
105.7

109.5
128.7
106.2

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

113.8
113.3
111.9
114.4
118.7
114.6
110.1
110.7
112.8
115.9

0 5 /8 6
1 2 /8 3

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

108.8
125.2
106.0

3.2
17.1
.8

-0 .6
-2 .7
-.2

114.0
113.5
112.8
115.3
119.9
114.2
113.4

114.4
114.0
112.8
115.3
119.9
115.2
113.3

3.9
4.1
3.0
2.8
2.9
5.2
3.5

.4
.4
0
0
0
.9
-.1

(3)
117.7
114.4

(3)
117.6
115.7

(3)
5.7
5.7

(3)
-.1
1.1

(3)
116.9

(3)
114.0

(3)
116.9

(3)
7.1

(3)
2.5

1 2 /8 3

117.6

117.7

116.9

1.4

-.7

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

120.7
120.7
114.6

120.7
120.8
114.6

121.0
121.1
114.7

5.0
5.0
2.5

.2
.2
.1

1 2 /8 4

110.9

111.3

111.2

1.9

-.1

2 33 1 -P

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

122.5
122.2

122.6
122.4

122.6
122.4

1.9
2.1

0
0

2 33 1 -A
233 1-2
2 33 1-24 3
2331-24311
2 3 3 1-24 3 15

M e n ’s and b o ys’ w o rk c lo th in g — C o ntinued
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ se pa ra te t r o u s e r s ...................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

0 6 /8 6
0 4 /8 4
0 4 /8 4
0 4 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

108.4
97.1
95.3
143.0
105.7

108.6
97.1
95.3
143.0
105.7

108.6
97.1
95.3
143.0
105.7

2.6
5.1
2.9
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2 328-S M
2 328-S
2327-S
2328-S S S

M e n ’s and b o ys’ clo thin g , n .e .c..............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s a nd b o ys’ n on tailored heavy ja cke ts and c o a t s ....................................
M e n ’s h eavy n on tailored ja cke ts and co ats, e xce p t unifo rm ....................
O th e r f a b r ic s ............................................................................................................
M e n ’s a nd b o ys’ sw im w ear, sw e ate rs, a nd o u te rw e a r n .e .c ...........................
S w im w e a r a nd a th le tic s h o r t s ...............................................................................
M e n ’s s w im s u its .....................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ a th le tic s h o r ts ........................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ outerw ear, n .e .c.........................................................................
M e n ’s lig h t n on tailored ja ckets, e xc e p t uniform ........................................
C h ie fly c o t t o n ......................................................................................................
O th e r f a b r ic s .........................................................................................................
B o ys’ lig h t n on ta ilo re d ja cke ts, e xce p t unifo rm ..........................................
O th e r m e n ’s and b o ys’ oute rw e ar, n .e .c.........................................................
se co n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m iscellan eo u s re c e ip ts ....................................... ............
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o r k ...............................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

232 9

W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’ o u te rw e a r........................................................................

233

W o m e n ’s, m isses’ , & ju n io rs ’ blouses, w a ists & s h ir t s .................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju niors’ blouses, w a ists & shirts, excluding
c o n tra c t w o r k ...........................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju n io rs ’ knit o ute rw e ar sp ort & sw e at s h ir t s .........
K nit o u te rw e a r sp o rt s h ir t s ..................................................................................
A ll co tto n and ch ie fly c o t t o n ..........................................................................
A ll m a n m ad e a nd c h ie fly m an m ad e f ib e r s ...............................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju n io rs ’ blou se s, w aists, & shirts, e xc e p t kn it
sp o rt & sw e a t s h ir t s ..........................................................................................
K nit b louses, w a ists, & s h ir t s .............................................................................
A ll c o tto n a nd ch ie fly c o t t o n ..........................................................................
A ll m a n m ad e and ch ie fly m a n m ad e f ib e r s ...............................................
W o ve n b louses, w aists, & s h ir t s ......................................................................
A ll co tto n and ch iefly c o t t o n ..........................................................................
A ll m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade f ib e r s ...............................................
C o n tra c t w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju n io rs ’ blouses, w aists, & shirts
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O th e r secon da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju niors’ outerw ear, n .e .c.................................................

2331

W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju niors’ d re s s e s ............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
D resses n ot m ade on a c o n tra c t b a s is ..................................................................
U nit priced d re s s e s ....................................................................................................
U nit priced - ch iefly c o tt o n ..................................................................................
U nit priced - ch iefly s y n th e tic ............................................................................
U nit priced - ch iefly o th e r m a te r ia l...................................................................
C o n tra c t w ork on w o m e n ’s and m isses’ d r e s s e s ..............................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and m isses’ suits and c o a t s ..............................................................

2335

W o m e n ’s, m isses’ , and ju n io rs ’ suits and c o a t s .............................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C oats, suits, and skirts, excluding c o n tra c t w o r k ...............................................
C oats, e xcep t fur, all leather, and rain ..............................................................
All w o ol and ch iefly w o ol ....................................................................................
S u its .................................................................................................................................
S kirts and ja c k e t s .......................................................................................................
S kirts, including uniform ......................................................................................
W o v e n ....................................................................................................................
J a c k e t s .......................................................................................................................
S eparate tailored suit-type ja ckets, including u n ifo r m .........................
W o v e n .................................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isse s’ and ju n io rs ’ su its a nd c o a t s ..............
C o n tra ct w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isses’ a nd ju n io rs ’ su its and c o a t s ..........
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju n io rs ’ blou se s, w a ists and s h ir t s ........................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju n io rs ’ outerw ear, n .e .c..............................................

2337

2329-P
2329-1
2329-121
2 3 2 9-12 1 03
232 9-2
2329-22
2329-221
2329-223
2329-25
2 32 9-25 5
2329-25501
2 32 9-25 5 03
2 32 9-25 8
2 3 2 9-25 9
2329-SM
2329-M
2329-Y 99
2329-S

233 1-7
2331-721
2 3 3 1-72 1 16
2 3 3 1-72 1 17
2 331-723
2331-72 3 16
2 33 1-72317
2331-9
2 33 1 -SM
2 33 1 -S
233 1 -SSS
2339-S

2335-P
2 335-A
2335-1
2335-121
2335-125
2335-129
2335-9
2 335-SM
2 335-S
2335-SS S
2337-S

2337-P
2 337-A
2337-1
2337-122
2337-2
2337-4
2337-41
2337-415
2337-42
233 7-42 2
2337-42201
2 337-9
2337-911
2337-S M
2337-S
2 3 3 1 -S
2337-SS S
2339-S

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 9892

33

(3)

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

137.9
138.2
97.4
140.4
137.6
111.0
137.4
104.1

138.1
138.2
97.4
140.4
138.1
110.9
138.0
104.1

138.1
138.2
97.4
140.4
138.1

1.8
.4
.1
.5
3.0

(3)
138.0
104.1

(3)
4.0
.3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

113.1
114.0
112.0

113.2
114.0
112.0

113.2
114.0
112.0

.7
1.2
.1

0
0
0

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
0 5 /8 3
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0

121.8
123.5
110.5
122.3
(3)
119.0

121.8
123.5
110.3
122.1
(3)
118.7

121.8
123.5
110.3
122.1

0
0
0
0

(3)
118.7

3.2
3.2
3.7
3.7
(3)
3.4

(3)
129.9

(3)
130.5

(3)
130.5

(3)
1.6

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

119.5
111.0
128.2

121.5

121.5

(3)
128.2

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

109.4
110.8
105.3
109.5
117.5
104.6
107.2
109.0
120.4
104.5
105.3
90.0
125.8
125.8

109.8
111.3
105.7
109.5
117.5

108.9
110.3
104.5
107.8
114.1

.5
0
-1 .8
5.7
1.4

- .8
-.9
-1.1
-1 .6
-2 .9

(3)
108.3

(3)
-5 .9
-10.1
3.8
1.4
2.1
2.0
6.8
6.8

(3)
-1 .6

(3)
(3)
107.0
108.1
92.4
126.5
126.5

(3)
106.6
108.0
119.3
104.7
106.1
90.7
126.5
126.5

(3)
(3)
-2.1
-1 .9
-1 .8
0
0

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 2

113.2
120.5
125.2
98.3

(3)
125.2
98.1

112.6
120.3
123.6
97.1

2.7
0
16.5
2.5

(3)
-1 .3
-1 .0

113.1

(3)
0
0

(3)
0
(3)
0
0

3.7

-.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rc e n t ch a n g e
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, a nd ju n io rs ’ oute rw e ar, n .e .c.............................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o n -co m m issio n w o m e n ’s, m isse s’, a nd ju n io rs ’ o ute rw e ar, n .e .c ...............
W a sh a b le se rvice a pp arel .......................................................................................
N u rse s’, m a id s’, w a itre s s e s ’, a nd sim ila r u n ifo r m s ....................................
B athing s u it s .................................................................................................................
S la c k s ..............................................................................................................................
Je a n -c u t casual s la c k s .........................................................................................
A ll c o tto n and ch ie fly c o t t o n ..........................................................................
O th e r s la c k s ..............................................................................................................
K nit fa b r ic ...............................................................................................................
F abric o th e r tha n all c o tto n and ch iefly c o tt o n ...................................
W o ve n f a b r i c ........................................................................................................
F abric o th e r than all co tto n and ch ie fly c o tt o n ...................................
O th e r o uterw ear, n .e.c................................................................................................
P lay g arm en ts and d u n g a re e s ...........................................................................
D ungarees ............................................................................................................
P layshorts, pedal pushers, berm udas, and ja m a ic a s ............................
O th e r play garm ents, including playsuits, b ea chto ps, and h alte rs ...
C o n tra c t and co m m ission w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’
o uterw ear, n .e .c........................................................................................................
C o n tra c t and co m m ission w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’
o uterw ear, n .e .c....................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’ blouses, w aists, and s h ir t s ......................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, and ju n io rs ’ suits, skirts, and c o a t s ..............................
O th e r s e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................

233 9

W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, c h ild re n ’s, a nd in fa n ts ’ u n d e rg a rm e n ts .......................................

2 34

W o m e n ’s a nd c h ild re n ’s u nd erw e ar a nd n ig h tw e a r ......................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s a nd c h ild re n ’s u nd erw e ar a nd nightw ear, e xclud in g co n tra c t
w o rk .............................................................................................................................
U n d e r w e a r .....................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s u n d e r w e a r.............................................................................................
S lips, h a lf slips, and p e ttic o a ts .....................................................................
C h ie fly s y n th e tic f ib e r s .................................................................................
Panties ...................................................................................................................
O th e r w o m e n ’s u n d e r w e a r.............................................................................
G irls ’, c h ild re n ’s and in fa n ts ’ u n d e r w e a r.......................................................
P a n tie s ...................................................................................................................
O th e r g irls’, c h ild re n ’s and in fa n ts ’ u n d e r w e a r.......................................
N ig h tw e a r.......................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s n ig h t w e a r ...............................................................................................
N ig h tg o w n s ...........................................................................................................
C h ie fly s y n th e tic f ib e r s .................................................................................
P a ja m a s .................................................................................................................
C h ie fly s y n th e tic f ib e r s .................................................................................
O th e r w o m e n ’s n ig h tw e a r................................................................................
G irls’, c h ild re n ’s a nd in fa n ts ’ n ig h tw e a r .........................................................
N ig h tg o w n s ...........................................................................................................
P a ja m a s .................................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk on w o m e n ’s a nd ch ild re n ’s u n d e rw e a r and n ig h tw e a r .......
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2341

B ra ssieres a nd a llie d g a r m e n ts .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B ra ssieres a nd a llie d garm en ts, e xclud in g c o n tra c t w o r k ..............................
B ra s s ie r e s ......................................................................................................................
B an d ea u .....................................................................................................................
R e gu la r s t r a p ........................................................................................................
S o ft c u p .............................................................................................................
C o n to u r lined c u p ...........................................................................................
U n d e rw ire ..........................................................................................................
C o n to u r lin e d o r p a d de d s t r a p ......................................................................
S o ft c u p ..............................................................................................................
S trap le ss, co nve rtib le o r o th e r bandeau b r a s ..........................................
O th e r bras, including long line ..........................................................................
G irdles, co rse ts, co m b ina tio ns and a c c e s s o rie s ............................................
G irdles, w ith o r w ith o u t o p e n in g s .....................................................................
C orsets, co m b ina tio ns, and a c c e s s o rie s .......................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

234 2

H ats, caps, and m illin e r y ..........................................................................................................

235

Nov.
1 98 9 2

N ov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2339-P
233 9-A
233 9-2
2339-213
2339-4
2339-5
2339-541
2339-54101
2339-565
2339-5651
2 339-56512
2339-5652
2339-56522
2339-7
2339-71
2339-715
2339-716
2339-719

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 6 /8 4
1 0 /8 3

102.1
103.5
103.4
106.7
106.7
118.6
93.3
96.1
96.1
92.1
108.8
110.2
79.2
72.0
112.2
109.5
107.4
109.1
112.4

103.2
105.2
105.5
109.5
109.5
124.3
95.1
96.2
96.2
94.7
114.6
116.1
79.3
72.1
112.7
110.0
108.1
109.1
115.0

103.4
106.7
105.3
109.5
109.5
124.3
94.9
96.2
96.1
94.3
113.8
116.1
79.3
72.1
112.6
109.9
107.6
109.1
115.0

2.1
3.3
1.3
7.6
7.6
-.6
.7
.1
0
1.0
6.6
7.7
-4 .6
-5 .9
.4
.5
(3)
.1
2.3

0.2
1.4
-.2
0
0
0
- .2
0
-.1
-.4
-.7
0
0
0
-.1
-.1
-.5
0
0

2339-9

0 6 /8 3

114.3

114.7

122.3

10.0

6.6

2339-911
2339-SM
2339-M
2339-Z 89
2339-S
2 3 3 1 -S
2337-S
2339-S S S

0 6 /8 3

114.3

114.7

122.3

10.0

6.6

1 0 /8 3
1 0 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

140.9
140.9
99.6
95.6
96.0
99.8

130.3
130.3
99.6
95.6
95.5
100.3

130.3
130.3
99.6

.9
.9
4.0

0
0
0

(3)
95.5
100.3

(3)
1.1
2.1

1 2 /8 4

109.4

110.0

110.2

1.9

.2

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

111.8
114.0

112.2
114.6

112.4
114.7

1.4
2.0

.2
.1

1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

103.4
117.5
113.9
110.5
109.6
117.5
120.0
133.5
122.3
149.7
110.0
108.6
107.7
111.4
111.8
111.8
111.2
117.7
141.0
108.4
118.7

104.0
117.5
113.9
110.5
109.6
117.5
120.0
133.5
122.3
149.7
111.1
109.8
109.2
111.9
111.8
111.8
111.8
117.7
141.0
108.4
118.7

104.1
117.8
113.6
110.5
109.6
116.8
120.0
136.7
122.3
156.8
111.1
109.8
109.2
112.0
111.8
111.8
111.8
117.7
141.0
108.4
118.8

1.8
1.5
.8
1.4
1.3
2.6
-6 .4
4.4
2.7
6.0
1.9
1.9
1.0
.1
5.8
5.8
2.9
3.6
.0
7.8
2.8

.1
.3
-.3
0
0
-.6
0
2.4
0
4.7
0
0
0
.1
0
0
0
0
.0
0
.1

0 6 /8 2

90.7

8 9.6

90.9

-4 .6

1.5

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2

126.8
128.0
105.5
125.5
125.6
123.0
111.1
141.8
122.8
130.2
104.7
136.0
122.2
136.3
104.9
115.2

128.5
129.7
106.9
127.6
127.8
125.5
111.1
150.0
122.8
132.2
105.2
136.9
121.4
136.8
105.4
115.2

128.4
129.6
106.9
127.6
127.8
125.5
111.1
150.0
122.8
132.2
105.2
136.4
121.4
136.6
105.2

3.6
3.1
3.2
3.2
3.1
3.0
1.6
6.2
.8
3.8
2.3
3.0
2.0
3.2
2.6

-.1
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.4
0
-.1
-.2

0 6 /8 2

115.6

119.3

119.3

5.4

0

0 6 /8 5

109.1

110.4

111.8

5.2

1.3

2 3 4 1 -P
2 3 4 1 -A
2 34 1-2
2341-21
2341-211
2341-2113
2341-213
2 341-214
2341-22
2 341-223
2 34 1-22 5
2 341-3
2341-31
2 34 1-31 5
234 1-31 5 3
2 34 1-31 6
2341-31 6 3
234 1-31 7
234 1-32
234 1-32 5
234 1-32 6
2 34 1-9
2 3 4 1 -SM
2 3 4 1 -S

2342-P
234 2-A
2342-1
2 34 2-14
2342-141
234 2-14 1 12
234 2-14 1 13
2 3 4 2 -14 1 14
2342-142
2 342-14212
2342-143
2342-15
2342-2
2342-211
2342-241
2342-SM
2342-S

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 98 9 2

34

(3)

(3)

(3)
0
0

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
c o de

Index
base
July
19892

M illin ery ..........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Fur fe lt a nd w o ol f e l t .................................................................................................

2351

H a ts a nd caps, e xce p t m illin e r y ............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H a ts a nd h a t bodies, e xce p t clo th a nd m illin e r y ................................................
F in ish ed stra w hats, e xce p t h arve st hats, m e n ’s and b o ys’ ......................
W o o l fe lt fin ishe d h a t s .............................................................................................
Fur fe lt fin ishe d h ats .................................................................................................
C lo th h ats a nd c a p s ......................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ w o ven clo th hats, e xce p t u n if o r m .....................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ w o ven clo th caps, e x c e p t uniform ....................................
A ll o th e r hats and caps, inc. harvest hats, w o m e n ’s u niform hats and
caps, e tc ..................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2 35 2

G irls ’, ch ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ o u te rw e a r............................................................................
G irls’, c h ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ dresses, blouses, and s h ir t s .......................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
D resses, blouses, & shirts, e xcep t knit sp ort sh irts & s w e a ts h irts ..............
D resse s ..........................................................................................................................
G irls ’ d r e s s e s ...........................................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s d re s s e s ..................................................................................................
A ll o r c h ie fly m a n m ad e fib e r f a b r i c .............................................................
In fa n ts ’ d r e s s e s .......................................................................................................
B louses & shirts, e xcep t knit sp ort sh irts & s w e a ts h irts .............................
G irls’ b louses & s h ir ts ...........................................................................................
K nit sp ort shirts & s w e a ts h irts ...................................................................................
Knit sp ort s h ir t s ...........................................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s knit sp ort shirts ..................................................................................
All o r c h iefly m anm ade fib e r f a b r i c .............................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk on dresses, b lou se s & s h ir ts .........................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
G irls ’, c h ild re n ’s, & in fa n ts ’ outerw ear, n .e .c......... ...........................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C oats, sn ow su its, co a t-a n d-leg g ing sets, suits, ve sts, & ja c k e t s .................
C o a t s ...............................................................................................................................
O ute rw e a r, n.e.c., e xce p t co n tra c t w o r k ...............................................................
P lay g a r m e n ts ..............................................................................................................
G irls ’ play g a r m e n ts ..............................................................................................
O the r g irls ’ play garm ents: shorts, playsuits, h alte r tops, e tc .............
C h ild re n ’s and in fan ts’ play garm ents, e x c e p t in fa n ts ’ c re e pe rs and
ro m p ers .............................................................................................................
S la c k s .....................................................................................................................
Jeans, dungarees, and s h o r ts .......................................................................
O th e r f a b r ic .......................................................................................................
A ll o th e r play garm ents, excep t in fa n ts ’ c re e pe rs and ro m pers
In fa n ts ’ cre e pe rs and r o m p e r s ..........................................................................
A ll o r ch iefly m a n -m a d e ...................................................................................
O the r outerw ear: skirts, sw im suits, headw ear, neckw ear, buntings,
robes, e tc ................................................................................................................
S k ir t s ...........................................................................................................................
S w im s u its ...................................................................................................................
H eadw ear, neckw ear, buntings, robes, e tc ....................................................
C o ntract w o rk on c h ild re n ’s outerw ear, n .e .c........................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
G irls’, ch ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ dresses, blouses, & s h ir ts ............................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2369

F ur g o o d s .......................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Fur p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................................
M i n k .................................................................................................................................

2371

O ct.
19892

Nov.
1 98 9 2

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2 3 5 1 -P
2 35 1-11 2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

103.4
103.6
100.7

104.2
104.4
101.0

103.8
104.1
101.0

4.1
4.4
1.2

-0 .4
-.3
0

2352-P
2352-1
2 3 5 2-11 5
2352-141
2 35 2-18 3
235 2-2
2352-212
2352-215

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

110.5
110.9
114.8
108.7
109.2
121.4
109.3
120.9
107.6

111.9
112.3
117.2
109.1
119.3
121.4
110.2
127.5
107.6

113.5
114.2
117.2

5.2
5.9
6.4

1.4
1.7
0

(3)
(3)
(3)
112.9
133.6
109.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
5.7
15.6
4.4

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.5
4.8
2.0

0 6 /8 5

104.7

104.6

105.5

1.5

.9

0 6 /8 5

112.6

112.6

112.6

1.4

0

236

1 2 /8 4

106.2

107.6

107.8

3.4

.2

2361

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
0 7 /8 6
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

108.6
109.7
111.1
111.9
115.3
104.8
105.2
112.2
109.5
109.6
101.7
101.6
98.2

110.5
111.9
115.1
117.6
120.5
109.0
112.0
120.9

4.3
4.2
6.3
9.3
4.9

.5
.4
.7
1.1
0
0
0
4.1

(3)
114.0

(3)
(3)
101.8
101.7
98.3
98.3
114.1

111.0
112.4
115.9
118.9
120.5
109.0
112.0
125.8
109.5
109.6
101.8
101.7
98.3
98.3
114.8

1 2 /8 4

106.9

106.9

106.9

5.4

0

2369-P
236 9-2
2369-21
2369-3
2369-34
2 369-342
2 369-3425

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 8

102.8
103.1
113.0

103.6
104.3
113.0

103.6
104.2
113.0

1.3
1.2

0
-.1
0

(3)
102.7
102.4
105.7

(3)
103.8
102.9

(3)
103.7
103.9

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

2369-34 5
2369-3451
2 369-3452
2 36 9-34522
2 369-3453
2369-34 6
2369-34611

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
0 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 8
0 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 8

99.0
105.3
92.3
97.4
100.9
104.0
102.5

99.2
105.3
92.3
97.4
101.8
109.0
102.5

99.1
105.3
93.8
100.5
98.8
109.0
102.5

(3)

-.1
0
1.6
3.2
-2 .9
0
0

2 369-39
2369-393
2 36 9-396
2369-398
2369-9
2369-SM
2369-S
2 36 1 -S
2369-SS S

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

101.4
88.3
107.2

106.3
101.5

99.2

-6 .9

-6 .7

(3)
100.6

(3)
(3)
103.6

(3)
105.1
107.0
103.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
-.4

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

100.7
102.2
99.2

99.2
99.4
98.4

99.8
101.2
98.4

2.6
1.8
3.0

.6
1.8
0

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

103.7
105.7
105.7
106.8

103.7
105.7
105.7
106.8

103.7
105.7
105.7
106.8

-5 .6
-5 .8
-5 .8
-3 .5

0
0
0
0

2 352-298
2352-SM
2 352-S

2 36 1 -P
2361-1
236 1-12
2361-121
236 1-12 3
2 36 1-12335
2 361-125
2361-13
2361-133
2361-2
2361-21
2 361-215
2 361-21543
2361-9
2 36 1 -SM
2 36 1 -S

2 37 1 -P
2371-1
2371-111

(3)
(3)
22.4
(3)
(3)
1.6
1.6
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
0
0
0
0
.6

(3)
(3)
.3
.8

(3)
-.1
1.0

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

-.1
0
(3)
(3)
(3)
-.4

M iscellan eo u s apparel and a c c e s s o rie s ............................................................................

238

0 6 /8 5

111.2

111.3

111.4

3.1

.1

F abric d re ss and w o rk g lo v e s ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o rk g love s and m itte ns ............................................................................................
A ll f a b r i c .........................................................................................................................
S ingle ca nto n fla n n e l............................................................................................
D ouble ca nto n fla nn el ..........................................................................................
F leeced c o tto n je r s e y ...........................................................................................
L ea the r o r p lastic and fab ric c o m b in a tio n s ......................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2381

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

111.6
109.0
108.8
108.1
105.8
106.7
106.7
113.1

111.5
109.4
109.2
108.6
106.2
107.4
106.9
113.1

111.6
109.5
109.3
108.5
106.2
107.3
106.9
113.7

2.3
2.2
1.7
1.2
1.6
1.0
.5
4.3

.1
.1
.1
-.1
0
-.1
0
.5

0 6 /8 5

126.5

121.5

121.5

-4 .0

0

238 1 -P
2381-2
2381-211
2 38 1-21122
2 38 1-21124
2 38 1-21132
2381-251
238 1 -SM
2 38 1 -S

See footnotes at end of table.




35

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

107.1
105.9

107.1
105.9

107.1
105.9

2.4
1.0

0
0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

112.6
113.3
112.9
112.0
113.5
116.9

112.6
113.3
112.9
112.0

112.6
113.3
112.9
112.0

3.6
3.7
3.0
3.9

0
0
0
0

(3)
116.9

(3)
116.9

(3)
2.6

0 6 /8 5

108.9

108.9

108.9

3.4

0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

122.2
121.2
122.1
127.0
117.0

122.8
121.9
122.9
128.2
117.2

123.2
122.4
123.2
128.9
117.2

4.2
5.0
5.1
4.4
6.2

.3
.4
.2
.5
0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

110.4
108.8
110.9
103.1
115.9
104.1
106.5
110.5

110.6
109.0
111.2
103.1
116.2
104.2
106.5

4.7
3.9
4.5
.5
4.9
2.6
2.1
7.2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)

110.6
109.0
111.2
103.1
116.2
104.2
106.5
111.0

0 6 /8 5

117.8

117.8

117.8

8.3

0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

107.6
107.2
112.1
109.8

108.0
107.6
112.1
110.5

108.6
108.4
112.1
112.0

2.5
2.4
3.3
3.7

.6
.7
.0
1.4

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

111.2
107.2

111.2
107.2

111.2
107.2

5.3
.3

0
0

1 2 /8 4

108.2

108.8

109.0

2.6

.2

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

111.2
109.1
108.6
101.1

112.2
109.9
109.3
102.7

112.5
110.3
110.3
102.7

4.0
3.2
1.8
(3)

.3
.4
.9
0

2 3 9 1-22 2
2 3 9 1-22 2 73
2 39 1 -2 2 2 7 4
2 39 1-4
2391-411

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

110.4
110.4
100.0
109.5
106.7

110.8
110.9
100.0
110.3
108.3

112.1
111.8
100.0
110.3
108.3

(3)
4.0
2.9

1.2
.8
0
0
0

2 3 9 1-44 4
2391-44471

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

110.5
108.8

111.2
109.8

111.2
109.8

4.4
5.5

0
0

2 3 9 1 -44 4 72
2 3 9 1 -44 4 73
2 39 1 -4 4 4 7 4
2 3 9 1 -SM
2 3 9 1 -M
2 3 9 1 -XY9
2 3 9 1 -Z89
2 3 9 1 -S

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

100.0
111.9
105.8

101.7
112.0
105.9

101.0
112.0
105.9

(3)
2.8
2.0

-.7
0
0

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 7 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

129.7
121.9
(3)
114.7

132.5
124.7
145.6
116.6

132.5
124.7
145.6
116.1

13.0
3.7
34.7
2.1

0
0
0
-.4

2392-P
239 2-A
2 3 9 2 -A 1 1
2 39 2-A 1 4
2 392-2
2 392-3
239 2-4
239 2-42 3
2 3 9 2-48 2
2 3 9 2-48 2 86
2 39 2-4C
239 2-41 9

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3

106.1
104.8
106.0
101.6
100.8
106.9
96.2
106.2
88.2
104.6
102.6
102.8
91.2

107.0
105.7
106.4
101.6
101.7
109.5
96.2
106.8
8 8.9
104.6
102.6
103.5
92.9

107.5
106.2
106.7
102.0
102.0
109.5
96.2
107.6
88.9
104.6
102.6
104.5
92.9

2.9
3.0
1.6
1.4
2.0

.5
.5
.3
.4
.3
0
0
.7
0
0
0
1.0
0

2391

H o use furnishin g s, n .e .c.............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B e d sp re a d s a nd b e d s e t s ............................................................................................
T a ilo re d, q u ilte d ...........................................................................................................
N o nta ilo re d, e x c e p t t u f t e d .......................................................................................
S h e e ts and p illo w c a s e s ................................................................................................
T o w e ls a nd w a s h c lo th s ................................................................................................
O th e r h o u se f u r n is h in g s ...............................................................................................
C o m fo rte r s .................................................................................................................
B la n k e ts ......................................................................................................................
C rib s i z e .................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r h o u sefu rn ish ing s, e x c e p t b la n ke ts a nd c o m fo r te rs .....................
S h o w e r/b a th cu rtains, in clu din g p la s t ic .........................................................

0.1
.2
.1
.2

2 39

C u rta ins a nd d ra p e r ie s ..............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C u rta ins, e x c e p t l a c e ....................................................................................................
W h o lly o r ch ie fly c o tto n fa b rics ............................................................................
W h o lly o r ch ie fly m a n m ad e fib e r fab rics, plastics, and o th e r
m a te r ia ls .................................................................................................................
C h ie fly p o ly e s te r f a b r ic s .......................................................................................
O th e r m aterials, in clu din g p la s t ic s ...................................................................
D r a p e r ie s ............................................................................................................................
W h o lly o r ch ie fly co tto n fa b rics ............................................................................
W h o lly o r ch ie fly m a n m ad e fib e r fab rics, plastics, and o th e r
m a te r ia ls .................................................................................................................
C h ie fly ra yo n a nd a c e ta te f a b r i c s ....................................................................
N ylo n a nd o th e r m a n m ad e fib e r fab rics, e xclud in g rayon, a ceta te ,
a nd p o ly e s t e r ...................................................................................................
C h ie fly p o lye ste r f a b r ic s .......................................................................................
O th e r m a terials, in clu din g p la s t ic s ...................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk and o th e r m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

1.3
1.2
.3
-.3

238 9

M isce lla n e o u s fa b rica te d te xtile p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................

105.8
105.6
104.7
104.5

2387

A p p a re l a nd a cce sso rie s, n .e .c...............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B urial g a r m e n ts ...........................................................................................................
A ca d e m ic c a p s and g o w n s and co stu m e s, in clu din g t h e a tr ic a l...............
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

105.7
105.4
104.6
104.3

2386

A pp a rel b e lt s .................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
L ea the r b e lt s .....................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s m ade fo r sale s e p a ra te ly .......................................
M e n ’s a nd b o y s ’ .........................................................................................................
B e lts o th e r tha n le a th e r ................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s m a d e fo r sa le s e p a ra te ly .......................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ .........................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

105.9
105.7
104.9
104.8

2385

Lea the r and sh ee p lined c lo t h in g .........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
L ea the r c o a ts and ja c k e ts ...........................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ .........................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’ ............................................................................

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

238 4

W a te rp ro o f o u te r g a r m e n ts .....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R a in coa ts and ra in c a p e s .........................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ ......................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’ .........................................................................
O th e r w a te rp ro o f o u te r g a r m e n ts .........................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

Nov.
198 9 2

2 3 9 1 -P
239 1-2
2391-211

R o be s and d re ssing gow n s, e x c e p t c h ild re n ’s ................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m is s e s ’ a nd ju n io rs ’ ro b e s a nd d re ssing g o w n s ............................
A ll o th e r f a b r ic s ...........................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts and m iscellan eo u s r e c ie p ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c ie p t s .................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

O ct.
19892

239 2

2 384-P
2384-2
2384-203
2384-SM
2384-M
2384-S

2385-P
2385-141
2385-14111
2385-14 1 22
2 385-198
2385-SM
2385-S

2386-P
238 6-1 A
2386-101
2386-102

2387-P
2387-1
238 7 -1 1 5
2387-151
238 7-2
2 3 8 7-21 5
2387-251
238 7-S M
2387-S

2 389-P
2389-181
2389-191
238 9-S M
238 9-M
238 9-S

See footnotes at end of table.




36

Nov. 1988

1.8
1.5

(3)
0
3.6
-.8
3.9
2.6
4.2
2.2

O ct. 1989

(3)
0

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P roduct
c o de

Index
b ase
July
19892

House furnishings, n.e.c.— Continued
Mattress protectors...............................................................
Other quilted, including wadded quilts and baby p a d s .................
Bed pillows..........................................................................
Fancy pillows and cu shion s....................................................
Foam ..............................................................................
Other materials ..................................................................
Mops and d u ste rs................................................................
Sponge mops ...................................................................
All other house furnishings.....................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.................................
Miscellaneous receipts................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...........................
R e s a le s .................................................................................
Secondary products...................................................................

Nov.
1 9892

99.6

Nov. 1988

(3)
98.9
108.1
106.4
108.7
109.7
103.0
118.9

99.3
101.1
98.9
108.1
106.4
108.7
109.9
103.0
118.9

102.1
101.1
98.9
110.5
106.4
111.9
109.9
103.0
119.6

(3)
1.7
5.0
1.2
6.3
-.2
.4
2.5

2.8
0
0
2.2
0
2.9
0
0
.6

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

106.1
104.9
107.5
116.9

107.8
107.5
107.9
116.9

108.6
107.7
109.5
117.2

4.6
4.3
5.1
.5

.7
.2
1.5
.3

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

107.9
108.5
108.1
123.6
109.1
108.7

107.9
108.5
108.1
123.6
109.1
108.7

107.9
108.5
108.1
123.6
109.1
108.7

2.6
3.4
4.4
0
2.2
2.3

0
0
0
0
0
0

1 2 /8 5

104.0

104.1

104.1

.3

0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

114.3
114.0
120.8
111.4
116.3
104.8
105.4
115.4
115.8
114.9
113.1
125.4
104.8

114.9
114.4
119.5
112.7
118.6
104.8
105.4
116.8
116.3
117.5
111.7
122.1
104.8

115.2
114.7
121.0
112.6
118.4
104.8
105.4
117.7
118.0
117.5
111.3
121.1
104.8

3.3
2.3
.5
1.6
1.9
1.3
1.2
2.9
1.8
4.4
3.7
4.8
2.9

.3
.3
1.3
-.1
-.2
0
0
.8
1.5
0
-.4
-.8
0

1 2 /8 5

130.0

133.2

133.7

13.2

.4

2395-P

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

113.8
114.1

115.2
115.7

115.6
116.0

3.6
3.6

.3
.3

2395-1
239 5-11 2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

112.5
111.0

114.4
113.0

114.8
113.8

3.9
2.1

.3
.7

2395-131

1 2 /8 5

122.4

125.2

125.5

9.4

.2

2395-141

1 2 /8 5

108.6

109.3

109.3

3.1

0

124.5
117.9
102.4

124.5
117.9
102.4

1.6
4.1
0

0
0
0

2 393

Canvas and related products................................................................
Primary products..........................................................................
A w n in gs.................................................................................
T e n ts .......................................................................................
Camping te n ts........................................................................
Other tents.............................................................................
Commercial and other te n ts...................................................
Tarpaulins and other c o v e rs.........................................................
F lat.......................................................................................
Fitted ....................................................................................
Other products..........................................................................
S a i l s .....................................................................................
Other products, including shades, air cushions, fuel containers, etc.
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.................................
Secondary products...................................................................

2394

Pleating, Stitching, and Tucking............................................................
Primary products..........................................................................
Embroideries, stamped art goods, other needlework, printing on
purchased fabric...................................................................
Embroideries, including embroidered art needlework......................
Stamped art goods for embroidering needlework, punching, etc. and
other needlework...............................................................
Printing on purchased fabricated textile products, including silk
screen .............................................................................
Commission embroidering, printing, tucking, pleating, etc. for the
trade..................................................................................
Contract tucking, pleating, hemstitching, etc..................................
Contract printing for the trade ...................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.................................
Secondary products....................................................................

239 5

Automotive trimmings, apparel findings, and related products.....................
Primary products...........................................................................
Men’s and boys’ suit and coat findings, and hat and cap trim mings....
Men’s and boys’ coat, suit, and trouser findings ...........................
Automotive trim m ings.................................................................
Other trimmings and findings........................................................
Women’s and children’s apparel trimmings and findings.................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.................................
Miscellaneous receipts................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...........................
Secondary products....................................................................

239 6

Schiffli machine embroideries ............................................................... .
Primary products..........................................................................
Eyelet....................................................................................
Novelties...............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................
Miscellaneous receipts................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...........................

2397

Fabricated textile products, n.e.c............................................................
Primary products..........................................................................
Automobile seat c o v e rs............................................................

239 9

2393-P
2393-1
2393-121
2 39 3-2
2393-241
2 39 3-S M
2 393-S

2394-P
2394-211
2394-3
2 39 4-34 4
2 3 9 4-36 6
239 4 -3 6 6 3 7
239 4-5
2 39 4-53 3
2 3 9 4-55 5
239 4-8
2 39 4-87 7
2 3 9 4-89 8
2 394-S M
2 394-S

2 39 5-9
2395-931
2395-941
2 395-S M
239 5-S

2396-P
2396-1
2396-111
239 6-2
2396-3
2396-311
239 6-S M
2 396-M
239 6-X Y 9
2 396-S

2 397-P
2 39 7-11 3
2 39 7-11 5
239 7-S M
239 7-M
2 39 7-X Y 9

2399-P
2 3 9 9-11 5

See footnotes at end of table.

37

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

124.5
117.9
102.4

5.1

O ct. 1989

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

2392-431
2 39 2-43 8
2392-451
2 3 9 2-45 5
2 3 9 2 -45 5 57
2 3 9 2 -45 5 59
2 39 2-47 7
2 3 9 2 -47 7 75
2 39 2-49 8
239 2-S M
2 392-M
2 39 2-X Y 9
2 39 2-Z 89
2 392-S

Textile bags ......................................................................................
Primary products..........................................................................
Vegetable fiber b a g s ...................................................................
Cotton, including cotton canvas and open mesh cotton .................
Other textile b a g s .......................................................................
Wholly or chiefly manmade fiber fa b rics......................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.................................
Secondary products...................................................................




O ct.
19892

1 2 /8 5

123.4

123.4

123.4

1.1

0

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

106.9
106.6
117.5
119.8
106.1
105.1
105.4

106.2
106.0
117.7
119.9
105.3
105.1
105.4

106.3
106.1
118.2
120.5
105.4
105.1
105.4

.3
.4
.5
.2
.4
-.1
-.6

.1
.1
.4
.5
.1
0
0

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

106.8
101.4
120.3

106.8
101.4
120.3

(3)
(3)
118.0

(3)
(3)
-1 .9

(3)
(3)
-1 .9

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

126.5
128.4
133.2
124.7

126.8
128.8

126.8
128.8

4.1
4.4

0
0

(3)
125.4

(3)
125.4

(3)
8.4

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

102.0
102.0

102.0
102.0

102.0
102.0

.3
.3

0
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

100.6
100.2
118.9

101.6
101.2
114.3

101.4
101.1
113.2

3.2
3.2
-2 .9

-.2
-.1
-1 .0

(3)
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

2 39 9-12 5
2399-141
2 3 9 9-19 8
2 39 9-S M
2 399-M
239 9-X Y 9
2 39 9-S

Nov.
198 9 2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

89.9
112.6
104.5

90.0
112.6
105.5

90.0
112.6
105.4

2.3
2.4
2.5

0
0
-.1

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

9 8.6
97.1
109.1

9 8.6
97.1
110.2

9 8.6
97.1
108.8

4.6
3.0
2.0

0
0
-1 .3

1 2 /8 4

F a bricate d te xtile p ro du cts, n.e.c.— C o ntin u ed
S e a t o r sa fe ty belts, in clu din g s h o u ld e r harne sses, e xce p t le a t h e r .......
Flags, ban ne rs, a nd sim ila r e m b le m s .................................................................
A ll o th e r fa b rica te d te xtile pro du cts, n .e .c..........................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk and o th e r m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

117.1

117.9

117.1

6.7

-.7

12/8 1
12/8 1
12/81
1 2/81
1 2/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
0 6 /8 2
1 2/81
12/81
12/81
1 2/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
12/81
12/81

129.6
126.2
140.6
141.5
142.6
135.1
140.0
68.8
190.7
145.8
156.8
235.9
127.6
121.2
106.1
88.7
83.7
99.8
78.7
77.9
105.1
105.1

134.4
132.0
149.6
156.2
153.3
173.5
145.3
68.6
2 09.4
145.8
165.6
234.6
131.2
125.7
109.2
88.8
83.8
100.0
81.8
81.5
104.1
104.1

134.0
131.6
148.9
156.8
153.9
173.5
143.8
68.7
203.7
145.8
161.6
234.6
134.6
125.4
109.2
88.8
83.8

19.5
16.7
24.0
33.4
31.7
43.5
18.1
4.4
31.0
5.3
19.4
21.2
19.1
6.0
4.4
4.1
4.4

-.3
-.3
-.5
.4
.4
0
-1 .0
.1
-2 .7
0
-2 .4
0
2.6
-.2
0
0
0

(3)
79.8
79.8
104.3
104.3

(3)
1.8
1.3
-.4
-.4

(3)
-2 .4
-2.1
.2
.2

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

L um be r a nd w o o d pro du cts, e xc e p t f u r n itu r e ..................................................................

24

L og ging ca m p s a nd logging c o n tra c to r s ............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S o ftw o o d lo gs, bolts, a nd t im b e r .............................................................................
D o uglas f i r ......................................................................................................................
S aw log s and b o lt s ..................................................................................................
V en e er logs and b o l t s ..........................................................................................
S oftw o od , e x c e p t D ouglas f i r .................................................................................
S ou the rn ye llo w p i n e ............................................................................................
P on derosa pine .......................................................................................................
S p r u c e .........................................................................................................................
H e m lo c k ......................................................................................................................
W e stern red c e d a r .................................................................................................
O th e r s o ftw o o d log species, n .e .c.....................................................................
H a rdw ood logs, bolts, and tim b e r ............................................................................
O th e r hardw o o d log species, n .e .c........................................................................
P u lp w o o d ...........................................................................................................................
S oftw o od ...................................................................................................................
H a r d w o o d ..................................................................................................................
O th e r rou nd w o od p r o d u c ts .........................................................................................
O th e r rou nd w o od p roducts, n .e .c...........................................................................
C o n tra c t logging ..............................................................................................................
C o n tra c t lo g g in g ..........................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................

2411

S aw m ills and planing m ills .......................................................................................................

242

1 2 /8 4

118.2

116.7

113.4

3.8

-2 .8

S aw m ills and planing m ills .......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ard w o od lum ber rough and d re ssed e x c e p t s id in g ........................................
H a rd w o od rough lu m b e r ..........................................................................................
O a k ...............................................................................................................................
R ed, no. 1 c o m m o n ..........................................................................................
W h it e .......................................................................................................................
O th e r O a k ..............................................................................................................
P o p la r ..........................................................................................................................
No. 1 c o m m o n ....................................................................................................
H a rd w o od o th e r th a n O ak a nd P o p la r ...........................................................
G u m .........................................................................................................................
M a p le, B ee ch a nd A sh ....................................................................................
O th e r h a r d w o o d s ................................................................................................
H a rd w o od , d re ssed lum ber, in clu din g ceilin g, fra m in g, and m a tche d
a nd sh iplap p ed lu m b e r .....................................................................................
O a k ...............................................................................................................................
O th e r hardw o o d s p e c ie s .....................................................................................
S o ftw o o d lum ber, rough and dressed, e xc e p t s id in g .......................................
S o ftw o o d lum ber, ro u gh and dre ssed , E aste rn sp ecie s, e x c e p t siding .
R o ugh s o ftw o o d lum ber, E aste rn s p e c ie s ....................................................
L ig h t fra m in g lu m b er 2 in ch n om ina l th ickn e ss o n ly ............................
L um be r and tim b e rs o v e r 2 in che s in nom inal th ickne ss ...................
D ressed so ftw o o d lum ber, E astern s p e c ie s ................................................
B o a rd s - lu m b er le ss th a n 2 in ch e s in n om ina l th ic k n e s s .................
S o u th e rn P in e ..................................................................................................
Finish, c and b e t t e r ...................................................................................
B oards, no. 2 ................................................................................................
O th e r S o u the rn P ine B o a rd s ..................................................................
L ig h t fra m in g lu m b e r 2 in ch nom ina l th ic k n e s s o n l y ............................
S ou the rn P ine .............................................................................................
D im ension, no. 1 .........................................................................................
D im ension no. 2 ..........................................................................................
O th e r 2 inch S outhern Pine lu m b e r ....................................................
Lum be r and tim b e rs o ver 2 inch nom inal thickne ss, E astern
s p e c ie s ...........................................................................................................
S ou the rn Pine .............................................................................................
S o ftw o o d lum ber, rough and d ressed, W estern sp ecie s ............................
Rough s o ftw o o d lum ber, W e stern s p e c ie s ...................................................
B oa rd s - lu m b er less tha n 2 in che s in nom inal th ic k n e s s .................
L ig h t fra m in g lu m b er 2 in ch n om ina l th ickn e ss o n ly ............................
L um be r and tim b e rs o v e r 2 in ches in nom inal th ickne ss ...................
D ressed so ftw o o d lum ber, W e stern s p e c ie s ...............................................

2421
242 1 -P
2421-1
242 1-12
2421-121
2421-12111
2 4 2 1-12 1 12
2 42 1-12 1 19
2 42 1-12 2
2421-12211
2 42 1-12 9
2421-1291
2 4 2 1-12 9 5
2 4 2 1-12 9 9

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0

115.6
117.1
132.1
129.9
144.8
153.4
131.9
143.6
114.6
100.7
118.1
112.7
122.7
107.0

113.9
114.5
131.7
129.0
142.6
150.4
130.2
143.9
114.9
101.1
118.2
113.3
122.5
107.2

109.8
110.4
131.2
128.5
144.0
152.5
130.5
145.2
115.3
102.4
115.9
113.3
116.7
107.1

3.8
3.6
.2
0
1.5
3.1
-1 .7
2.8
.9
2.6
-1 .7
.5
-4 .2
-.2

-3 .6
-3 .6
-.4
-.4
1.0
1.4
.2
.9
.3
1.3
-1 .9
0
-4 .7
-.1

2421-13
2421-131
2 421-139
242 1-2
2421-3
2421-31
2421-312
2421-313
2 42 1-32
2421-321
2421-3211
2421-32111
2 42 1-32 1 13
2 42 1-32 1 19
2421-322
2421-3221
2421-32211
2 42 1-32212
2 42 1-32219

1 2 /8 0
0 8 /8 5
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

143.6
129.8
128.6
118.7
111.7
107.5
126.3
97.5
113.6
117.3
116.1
108.7
128.3
121.7
114.7
109.7
97.2
112.3
108.1

146.4
132.6
131.0
115.5
110.7
106.7

1.6
2.3
.9
4.0
-.3
4.9
9.6
-.6
-2 .5
-1 .6
-2 .8
5.8
-4 .2
-3 .6
-2 .8
-2 .8
2.2
-4 .9
- .7

-.1
.1
-.5
-5 .3
-3 .0
3.2

(3)
97.5
112.5
114.2
112.8
106.5
124.7
116.9
116.0
111.2
105.8
113.1
108.6

146.2
132.7
130.4
109.4
107.4
110.1
132.4
97.5
106.3
114.4
113.0
107.9
124.8
116.8
105.7
100.4
99.0
100.9
99.1

(3)
0
-5 .5
.2
.2
1.3
.1
-.1
-8 .9
-9 .7
-6 .4
-1 0 .8
-8 .7

2421-323
2421-32311
2421-4
2421-41
2421-411
2421-412
2421-413
2421-42

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

94.2
87.7
121.1
120.2
110.2
99.5
169.1
121.9

85.9
80.0
117.0
118.2
113.2
93.5
168.0
116.9

84.4
78.5
109.8
113.7
107.6
91.4
160.7
108.7

-3 .3
-3 .4
5.9
13.4
2.3
15.1
22.4
3.2

-1 .7
-1 .9
-6 .2
-3 .8
-4 .9
-2 .2
-4 .3
-7 .0

2 4 1 1-P
2411-1
2 411-117
2411-11 7 44
2 41 1-11766
2411-13
2411-131
2 41 1-132
2411-133
2411-135
2411-136
2411-137
2411-2
2411-221
2411-3
2 41 1-31115
2 411-32227
2411-4
2 41 1-429
2411-9
2411-911
2411-SM

See footnotes at end of table.




38

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch a n g e
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

S aw m ills a nd p laning m ills— C ontinued
B oa rd s-lu m b e r less tha n 2 inch n om ina l th ic k n e s s ..............................
Do ug la s F i r ...................................................................................................
O th e r b o a r d s ................................................................................................
P o n d ero sa P in e ...........................................................................................
No. 3 b o a r d s ................................................................................................
O th e r b o a r d s ................................................................................................
R e d w o o d a nd W e stern R ed C e d a r .....................................................
O th e r b oards, W e stern d re ssed s o ft w o o d .......................................
L u m b e r o f 2 in che s nom inal th ickn e ss o n l y ............................................
D o ug la s F i r ...................................................................................................
S ta n da rd and b e t t e r ..................................................................................
O th e r 2 inch D o ug la s Fir lu m b e r ..........................................................
P o n d ero sa P in e ...........................................................................................
W h ite F i r ........................................................................................................
S ta n da rd a nd b e t t e r ..................................................................................
O th e r 2 inch W h ite Fir lu m b e r ..............................................................
W e stern H e m lo c k ......................................................................................
D im ension, std. and b tr.............................................................................
O th e r 2 inch W e stern H e m lock lu m b e r .................................................
R edw oo d 2 inch lu m b e r ..............................................................................
Lodgepole, Sugar, and W e stern (Idaho) W h ite Pine 2 inch
lu m b e r .........................................................................................................
O the r W e stern s o ftw o o d 2 inch lu m b e r .................................................
L um ber and tim bers, o v e r 2 inch nom inal th ic k n e s s ............................
D ouglas F i r ........................................................................................................
O th e r W e stern so ftw o o d t im b e r s .............................................................
W o o d c h ip s .......................................................................................................................
S ho rt t o n s .....................................................................................................................
S tandard u n it s .............................................................................................................
S oftw o od cu t s t o c k ........................................................................................................
O th e r industrial c u t s t o c k .........................................................................................
S oftw o od flooring, siding and o th e r saw m ill and planing m ill p r o d u c ts .....
S oftw o od flo o r in g ........................................................................................................
W o o d s id in g ...................................................................................................................
R ailw ay cro sstie s and m ine t i e s ...........................................................................
O th e r saw m ill p r o d u c ts ............................................................................................
C o n tra c t o r cu sto m w o r k .............................................................................................
C o n tra c t drying, planing, resaw ing o r o th e r m a n ufacturing o f lum ber
o w ne d by o th e r s .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2421-421
2421-4211
2 4 2 1 -42 1 19
2 42 1-42 1 2
2421-42121
2 42 1 -4 2 1 2 9
2 42 1-42 1 6
2 4 2 1-42 1 9
2 42 1-42 2
2421-4221
2 4 2 1 -42 2 14
2 42 1 -4 2 2 1 9
2 42 1-42 2 2
2 42 1-42 2 4
2421-42241
2 42 1-42249
2 421-4225
2421-42251
2 42 1-42259
2 42 1-42 2 6

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

118.4
116.1
114.9
127.6
88.2
141.6
101.2
129.0
119.3
124.5
138.8
127.2
102.5
135.4
137.5
131.5
109.5
103.5
117.9
111.7

116.1
113.3
111.9
120.7
84.3
131.8
105.8
128.3
113.8
119.0
131.1
124.4
99.6
125.6
126.8
123.2
103.8
96.6
113.6
99.3

108.1
94.5
93.3
123.3
89.4
133.6
104.5
130.5
105.1
104.7
112.9
116.3
100.0
115.1
113.0
119.0
98.4
88.0
112.8
97.6

-1 .2
-5 .4
-6 .8
.2
9.3
-3.1
2.2
3.2
3.4
.6
-4.1
6.8
8.0
2.5
-.1
7.4
9.1
-2 .0
24.4
6.1

-6 .9
-1 6 .6
-1 6 .6
2.2
6.0
1.4
-1 .2
1.7
-7 .6
-1 2 .0
-1 3 .9
-6 .5
.4
-8 .4
-1 0 .9
-3 .4
-5 .2
-8 .9
-.7
-1 .7

2 421-4228
2 42 1-42 2 9
2 42 1-423
2421-4231
2 421-4239
2421-5
2 421-577
2 421-578
2421-7
2421-751
2421-8
2421-811
2421-813
2 42 1-817
2 421-897
2421-9

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

108.5
121.9
150.9
161.3
141.0
94.8
107.8
77.0
125.1
121.7
111.5
116.6
108.4
110.5
112.8
123.3

108.0
122.0
138.7
133.4
142.6
96.4
109.4
78.5
108.0
104.9
113.1
116.6
117.5
110.5
110.2
123.8

103.2
118.8
133.1
127.1
137.7
97.1
110.8
78.5
107.0
104.0
113.2

1.4
12.4
15.6
8.6
22.1
7.3
6.6
8.0
-3 .9
-4 .0
1.6

-4 .4
-2 .6
-4 .0
-4 .7
-3 .4
.7
1.3
0
-.9
-.9
.1

(3)
117.3
110.5
110.2
123.8

<3)
2.3
1.3
.3
3.3

(3)
-.2
0
0
0

2421-951
2421-S M
2 42 1 -S

1 2 /8 6

104.8

105.3

105.3

3.2

0
.3

114.5

111.1
110.2
102.5

115.7
115.4
102.5

4.9
5.6
-1 .5

4.1
4.7
0

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

117.7
92.6
102.3

118.0
90.6
104.7

118.0
90.6
104.3

.3
-1 .5
2.5

0
0
-.4

2 42 6-2
2 42 6-223
2426-22311
2 42 6-22313
2426-227

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

110.6
104.3
105.9
104.3
112.4

111.3
104.4
106.0
104.3
111.5

119.7
104.4
106.0
104.3
111.5

9.1
-1 .4
1.3
-1 .5
-1 .2

7.5
0
0
0
0

2 426-229
2426-6
2426-611
2 426-SM

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

115.1
116.7
116.7

117.3
117.3
117.3

139.7
117.3
117.3

26.7
1.7
1.7

19.1
0
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

149.2
149.7
151.2
153.9
150.2

153.5
154.3
156.7
155.8
157.2

150.2
150.8
152.5
150.2
153.5

-3 .7
-4 .6
-6 .6
-2 .2
-8 .4

-2.1
-2 .3
-2 .7
-3 .6
-2 .4

1 2 /8 4

115.6

117.9

117.9

9.0

0

2 4 3 1 -P
2431-1
2 43 1-13 3
2 4 3 1-13 7
2431-141
2 43 1-14 5

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

119.4
118.9
121.1
126.9
120.2
110.3
101.4

119.4
118.7
121.1
126.8
120.2
110.3
101.4

119.1
118.3
121.1
126.8
120.2
110.3
101.4

4.2
4.1
3.9
4.7
3.2
5.7
.1

-.3
-.3
0
0
0
0
0

243 1-2
2 43 1 -2 1 5

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

123.4
118.9

123.3
118.8

123.2
118.6

3.0
2.1

-.1
-.2

2 429

2 43

M illw o rk ..........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o o d w in d ow u n it s ........................................................................................................
D o ub le h u n g .................................................................................................................
C a s e m e n t.......................................................................................................................
H o rizo n ta l s lid in g .........................................................................................................
A ll oth e r, in clu din g sin gle hung a nd s k y lig h ts ..................................................
W o o d sash, incl. co m b , scre e n a nd storm sash, a nd w in d o w screens,
excl. w in d o w u n it s ..................................................................................................
W o o d sash; g la z e d ....................................................................................................

114.2

110.8
109.8
103.2

2426-11 9
2426-141
2 42 6-19 8

M illw o rk, veneer, plyw ood, a nd stru ctu ra l w o o d m em b ers .........................................

107.3

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

2426

S pecial pro du ct saw m ills, n .e .c...............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R ed ce da r sh ing le s and s h a k e s ...........................................................................
S h in g le s .....................................................................................................................
S hakes (h andsplit and resaw n, ta p e r and stra ig ht s p lit) .........................

1 2 /8 0

13.4

2426-P
2426-1

H a rd w o od d im ension and flo o r in g ........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ard w o od f lo o r in g ..........................................................................................................
O ak sp ecia lty flooring, block, parquetry, plank, oak face d , b acked
plyw o od and o th e r o a k ....................................................................................
G lued lam inated tru ck tra ile r flo oring and railroad ca r d eckin g ...............
O th e r hardw o o d f lo o r in g ..........................................................................................
H a rd w o od dim . stock, furn. p arts, and ve h icle stock, h ard w o o d dim.
in cl. g lu-lam , excl. p ly w o o d .................................................................................
K iln dried, rough o r surface d , dim e nsion s t o c k ..............................................
K iln dried, rough d im ension s t o c k ....................................................................
K iln dried, su rface d d im ension s t o c k ..............................................................
S em ifab rica ted d im ension s t o c k ...........................................................................
C o m p le te ly fab ricate d ready fo r assem bly, including furnitu re parts,
e xc e p t fra m e s .....................................................................................................
W o o d fra m e s fo r hou seh o ld fu r n itu re .....................................................................
W o o d furnitu re fra m e s fo r hou seh o ld fu r n itu re ...............................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................

2431

2429-P
2429-111
2429-11101
2 4 2 9-11 1 03

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
19892

39

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rc e n t ch an ge
to N ov. 1 989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

P ro du ct
co d e

Ind u stry
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
19892

M illw o rk— C o ntin u ed
W o o d w in d o w a nd d o o r fra m e s a nd d o o r fra m e s sh ipp e d in d o o r u nits ..
D o o r fr a m e s ..................................................................................................................
W o o d doo rs, int. a nd ext., incl. th o se sh ipp e d w ith g laze d se ctio n s and
in d o o r u n it s ..............................................................................................................
Panel typ e doo rs, inclu din g Fre n ch d o o r s .........................................................
D o ug la s f i r .................................................................................................................
W e ste rn p in e s ..........................................................................................................
O th e r s p e cie s ..........................................................................................................
Flu sh typ e doo rs, h o llo w c o r e ................................................................................
S o ftw o o d f a c e s ........................................................................................................
H a rd w o o d face s, in clu din g lauan, birch, oak, e tc ........................................
H a rd bo a rd f a c e s .....................................................................................................
Flush ty p e doors, solid c o r e ...................................................................................
H a rd w o od faces, in cluding lauan, birch, oak, e tc ........................................
S olid c o m p ositio n c o re ....................................................................................
N o n-ha rd w o od f a c e s .............................................................................................
S oftw o od and o th e r f a c e s ...............................................................................
O th e r w o od d oors, incl. garage, screen, storm , co m b ina tio n, and lo uvre .
G arage doors, w o o d ..................................................................................................
S cre en d oo rs and co m b ina tio n scre e n and storm d oors, w o o d ..............
B i-fo ld doo rs, w o o d ...................................................................................................
S lid in g p atio doo rs, w o o d ........................................................................................
O th e r w o o d d oo rs, in cl. storm , ca bin e t, to ile t, grain, e tc ..............................
W o o d m o ld in g s (sta nd a rd) e xce p t p re finish e d m o ld in gs m ade fro m
p urch a se d m o ld in g s ..............................................................................................
S o ftw o o d m o ld in g s ....................................................................................................
P in e ..............................................................................................................................
O th e r s o ftw o o d s p e c ie s ......................................................................................
H ardw ood, in cluding lauan .....................................................................................
O th e r m illw o rk p ro du cts including stairw o rk and e xte rior m illw o rk ..............
S ta irw ork, in clu din g tre ad s, risers, balu sters, b ra ckets, cro o ks,
n ew els, rails, e tc ...................................................................................................
S o ftw o o d ...................................................................................................................
H a r d w o o d ..................................................................................................................
E xte rior w o o d b lin ds and sh utters, w ith o r w ith o u t h a r d w a re ....................
E xte rior m illw ork, including porch co lum ns, p orch rails, new els,
trellises, and e n tra n c e s ....................................................................................
N o nsta nd a rd w o od m oldings, carvings, and o rn am e n ts suitable fo r
arch, o r furn. d e c o ra tio n s ................................................................................
O th e r m illw o rk p roducts, n.e.c., including in terior m illw o r k ........................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
M etal d oo rs, sash, and trim ...................................................................................

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2 431-3
2 4 3 1-31 5

102.8
99.4

102.7
99.2

5.2
1.7

-0.1
-.2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 1 /8 4
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3

119.1
109.6
133.4
120.4
130.7
104.5
99.1
111.6
104.4
109.5
109.5
122.4

120.4
110.4
135.4
120.3
130.7
105.9

120.4
110.4
135.4
120.4
130.7
105.9

6.6
7.7
9.4
6.3
6.2
4.5

0
0
0
.1
0
0

(3)
113.5
106.6
110.8
111.1
125.3

<
3)
113.5
106.6
110.6
109.9
123.2

(3)
5.7
6.6
7.8
7.0
8.6

0
0
-.2
-1.1
-1 .7

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

118.3
120.6
122.4
103.2
120.3
118.2
118.9

118.3
121.2
123.8
106.2
120.4
118.2
118.9

122.5
121.2
123.8
106.2
120.4
118.2
118.9

10.9
5.2
11.2
4.4
2.7
4.5
3.4

3.6
0
0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

113.1
100.3
111.2
109.3
129.2
129.6

110.7
97.8
108.1
111.2
129.0
129.5

109.0
96.0
106.1
109.6
129.0
129.6

.6
.9
1.0
1.2
-.7
3.3

-1 .5
-1 .8
-1 .9
-1 .4
0
.1

2 43 1-82
2431-821
2 4 3 1-82 5
2431-831

0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

102.2
124.8
122.8
110.7

102.9
124.8
124.3
112.4

103.0
124.8
124.4
112.4

2.4
3.5
1.6
1.0

.1
0
.1
0

2 43 1-835

0 8 /8 3

131.1

131.1

131.1

4.5

0

2 431-875
2 4 3 1-89 8
243 1-S M
2 4 3 1 -M
2 43 1-Z 89
2 4 3 1 -S
2431 -SSS
3442-S

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

151.7
138.4

150.1
138.4

150.5
138.4

1.0
5.6

.3
0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

127.7
128.2
119.3
123.4
106.9

130.9
132.0
119.2
123.4
106.3

130.9
132.0
119.2
123.4
106.3

6.3
6.5
3.4
4.3
.3

0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

116.7
116.7
116.9
117.0
115.8
115.4
115.6
114.5
120.2
117.2
123.9

117.3
117.4
116.9
117.1
115.8
117.1
118.0
114.5
120.5
117.7
123.9

117.8
117.7
117.1
117.3
115.9
117.1
118.0
114.5
122.9
119.2
127.4

3.7
3.7
3.1
3.1
3.0
2.8
2.6
3.5
10.1
8.7
11.9

.4
.3
.2
.2
.1
0
0
0
2.0
1.3
2.8

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

116.2
123.6

116.5
124.2

118.9
129.8

4.0
7.5

2.1
4.5

2435-P
2435-1
2 435-102
2435-3
2435-331
2435-4
2 435-41 9
2435-429

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

110.1
112.3
111.5
111.2
104.2
116.0
108.8
112.4
100.6

110.5
112.7
112.1
111.8
104.0
115.5
109.5
113.8
101.1

110.6
112.8
112.1
111.9
104.0
115.5
109.8
114.6
101.1

6.1
6.7
5.2
5.2
.7
.8
3.6
3.6
7.1

.1
.1
0
.1
0
0
.3
.7
0

2436-P
2436-3
2436-4
2436-5
2436-511
2436-5111

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

108.8
104.7
135.7
107.8
99.8
104.2
96.9

116.6
114.4
134.0
116.1
115.0
113.5
107.6

116.4
115.6
134.1
119.8
117.6
108.7
102.6

24.1
29.7
29.2
49.0
35.8
21.7
23.0

-.2
1.0
.1
3.2
2.3
-4 .2
-4 .6

2434

2435

S oftw o od p ly w o o d .......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S pe cia lty s o ftw o o d p lyw o od ......................................................................................
S oftw o od v e n e e r ............................................................................................................
S oftw o od plyw o od s h e a th in g .....................................................................................
W estern, inland and o th e r n on -southern so ftw o o d plyw o od sh ea thin g .
C D X ..............................................................................................................................

106.1
104.4

243 1-6
2 43 1-62
2431-621
2431-62 2
2431-651
243 1-8

H a rd w o od v e n e e r and p ly w o o d ............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H a rd w o od p ly w o o d .........................................................................................................
V e n e e r co re -type II, m oisture re s is ta n t..............................................................
H a rd w o od p lyw ood type p ro d u c ts ............................................................................
H a rd w o od v e n e e r p a n e ls .........................................................................................
H a rd w o od ve neer, n ot re in force d o r b a c k e d .......................................................
O a k ..................................................................................................................................
O th e r h a r d w o o d s ........................................................................................................

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

243 1-4
2431-41
2431-411
243 1-41 3
2 43 1-41 9
243 1-43
2431-431
2431-433
2 431-435
2 431-44
2 43 1-44 A
2 431-445
2 43 1 -44B
2 431-448
2431-5
2431-561
2 43 1-57 5
2 4 3 1-58 4
2 4 3 1-58 5
2 43 1-59 8

W o o d kitch en c a b in e ts ..............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o o d kitch en c a bin e ts and ca binetw ork, s to c k l i n e .........................................
W o o d ...............................................................................................................................
P lastic la m in a te d .........................................................................................................
W o o d k itch en c a bin e ts and ca bin e tw ork, c u s to m .............................................
W o o d ...............................................................................................................................
P la stic la m in a te d .........................................................................................................
V an itie s and o th e r c a b in e tw o r k .................................................................................
S to c k l i n e .......................................................................................................................
C u s to m ...........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O th e r s e con da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................

2 436

2434-P
2434-1
2434-111
2434-113
2434-2
2434-212
2 434-214
2434-3
2434-31 6
2434-318
2434-SM
2434-S
2434-S S S

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
198 9 2

40

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

S o ftw o o d p lyw o od — C ontin u ed
U n d e rla y e rm e n t.......................................................................................................
I n t e r io r ....................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r s h e a th in g .................................................................................................
In t e r io r ....................................................................................................................
S ou the rn so ftw o o d p lyw o od s h e a th in g ..............................................................
C D X ..............................................................................................................................
Sheathing, in t e r io r ..................................................................................................
S anded so ftw o o d p ly w o o d ..........................................................................................
W estern, inland and o th e r n on -so uth ern sa nded s o ftw o o d p ly w o o d .....
A-C, e x te r io r ..............................................................................................................
In te r io r .........................................................................................................................
S ou the rn sa nd ed so ftw o o d p ly w o o d ...................................................................
In te r io r .........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

Nov.
1 9892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2 4 3 6-51 1 2
2 4 3 6 -51 1 26
243 6-51 1 3
2 4 3 6 -51 1 32
2436-522
2436-52231
2 436-52232
2436-6
2436-611
2436-61121
2 4 3 6 -61 1 22
243 6-62 2
2 436-62201
2436-S

M obile h o m e s ...............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M obile hom es, re sidential ...........................................................................................
S ingle s e c tio n ...............................................................................................................
W idth: 14’ and o ver ...............................................................................................
Length: 5 9 ’ and u n d e r ......................................................................................
Length: g re ate r tha n 6 9 ’ to 7 4 ’ .....................................................................
Length: g re ate r tha n 7 4 ’ ..................................................................................
M u lti-section .................................................................................................................
D o u b le w id e ................................................................................................................
2 4 ’ single story d o u b le w id e ............................................................................
Length: 4 9 ’ and under .............................................................................
Length: g re ate r than 4 9 ’ to 5 9 ’ ............................................................
Length: g re a te r tha n 5 9 ’ to 6 9 ’ ............................................................
O the r d o u b le w id e ................................................................................................
P re fabricated w o od buildings and c o m p o n e n ts ..............................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P recut p acka ge s sold as co m p le te u n it s ..............................................................
R esidential (hom es, tow nhouses, and a p a rtm e n ts )......................................

-2 .7
-3 .7
-6 .2
7.0
15.0
-2.1
-3 .0
-3 .6
-6 .4
-1 .9
2.7
5.4
-5 .5

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

112.6
111.7
108.3
111.3
120.5
120.9
119.8

113.2
112.4
102.0
113.4
122.8
123.3
121.9

114.8
114.1
106.7
114.7
122.8
123.8

4.2
4.4
2.2
5.3
2.4
2.9

1.4
1.5
4.6
1.1
0
.4

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 5

112.3

111.8

111.6

6.8

-.2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

110.4
111.4
107.7
109.8

110.0
110.8
107.2
109.8

109.8
110.9
107.2
109.8

1.0
1.0
3.0
3.0

-.2
.1
.0
0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

114.2
114.1
106.0

111.0
113.6
104.6

111.3
113.6
104.6

5.4
-.4
-1 .3

.3
0
0

2 449

W o o d b uildin g s a nd m o b ile h om es .....................................................................................

23.4
14.8
25.2
46.9
50.1
51.8
8.8
6.9
2.0
6.9
30.3
30.5
.6

2448

W o o d co ntainers, n .e .c..............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W ire bo un d b oxes m ade fro m lum ber, veneer, and p ly w o o d .........................
M a d e fro m lu m b e r .....................................................................................................
M a d e fro m ve n e e r and p ly w o o d ...........................................................................
F o r fru its and v e g e ta b le s ....................................................................................
V e n e e r a nd p lyw o od co nta ine rs, e xce p t b o xe s and c r a t e s ...........................
C o n ta in e rs in cl. pails, drum s, tubs, fru it a nd v e g e ta b le b askets, a nd
ham pers, e tc ..........................................................................................................
S la ck and tig h t c o o p e r a g e ..........................................................................................
T ig h t co op era g e (h o g sh e a d s, barrels, & ke gs fo r b o u rb on and o th e r
whiske y) .................................................................................................................
N e w ..............................................................................................................................

110.2
122.3
103.8
125.0
126.4
119.8
105.9
104.9
98.8
100.1
113.9
131.4
117.5

2441

W o o d pallets and s k id s ............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Pallets, w o od e n, f l a t ......................................................................................................
S kids, w o od e n .................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

113.3
127.0
110.7
116.8
109.9
122.4
109.2
108.8
105.5
102.0
110.9
124.7
124.4

244

N ailed w o o d b o xe s and s h o o k ..............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N a ile d o r lo ck -c o rn e r w o o d e n b o x e s ......................................................................
M ade from lum ber fo r industrial and o th e r u s e s ............................................
M ade from v e ne er and p lyw ood fo r fruits, ve getables, and industrial
a nd o th e r u s e s ....................................................................................................
W o o de n box and cra te s h o o k ...................................................................................
M ade fro m lum ber fo r industrial and o th e r u s e s ............................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

110.1
120.5
97.3
97.0
93.8
93.8
111.6
111.5
106.6
105.0
111.2
121.5
130.6

2 43 9

W o o d c o n ta in e r s .........................................................................................................................

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 4 /8 5
1 2 /8 0

2439-P
2439-131
2439-151
2 439-198
2 439-19 8 15
243 9 -1 9 8 2 5

S tructu ra l w o o d m em bers, n .e .c.............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G lued la m in a te d lu m b e r ...........................................................................................
R o o f t r u s s e s .................................................................................................................
O th e r fa b rica te d stru ctu ra l w o o d p ro d u c ts .......................................................
Flo o r t r u s s e s ............................................................................................................
O th e r fab ricate d structural w o od products, e x c e p t flo o r tru sses ........

2452

2 4 4 1 -P
2441-1
2441-151
2 441-165
2441-2
2 441-215
2 44 1 -SM
2 44 1 -S

(3)

0 6 /8 5

105.6

105.6

104.3

3.2

-1 .2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

113.2
110.2
110.0
109.2

112.3
109.6
109.3
109.2

112.1
109.4
109.0
109.2

8.8
6.5
6.7
2.2

-.2
-.2
-.3
0

0 6 /8 5

129.7

126.4

126.8

20.9

.3

2 449-P
2449-1
2449-111
2 4 4 9-11 2
2449-11211
244 9-3

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

114.1
114.5
107.0
108.9
106.0
107.5
116.7

114.4
115.0
108.3
109.1
107.8
107.5
116.7

114.4
115.0
108.3
109.1
107.8
107.5
116.7

8.1
9.2
2.8
3.2
2.5
1.0
8.7

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

244 9-31 2
244 9-5

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

116.7
132.5

116.7
131.1

116.7
131.1

8.7
25.9

0
0

244 9-51 3
2449-51311

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

133.2
133.2

131.7
131.7

131.7
131.7

27.5
27.5

0
0

2 45

1 2 /8 4

112.5

112.8

113.1

2.9

.3

2451
2 4 5 1 -P
2451-1
2451-13
2 451-1344
2451-13441
2 451-13 4 44
2 45 1-13445
2451-14
2451-141
2451-1411
2451-14111
2 451-14 1 12
2 451-14113
2 451-1412

0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 4 /8 7

119.1
119.0
119.1
118.7
128.1
108.6
131.1
123.3
121.5
121.5
122.5
130.4
122.5
119.1
108.2

119.6
119.5
119.6
118.5
127.8
108.6
131.1
123.2
124.1
124.1
125.1
135.0

120.0
119.9
120.4
119.5
128.9
108.6
132.7
124.0
124.4
124.4
125.3

3.3
3.3
3.7
3.4
3.3
2.1
3.6
1.9
4.7
4.7
4.7

.3
.3
.7
.8
.9
0
1.2
.6
.2
.2
.2

(3)
121.9
109.5

(3)
124.7

(3)
4.4

(3)
110.8

(3)
4.0

<
3)
(3)
(3)
1.2

2452-P
2452-2
2452-221

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

111.8
112.3
111.2
113.9

111.8
112.3
111.2
113.9

111.6
112.1
110.5
113.9

1.9
2.1
.7
.3

- .2
-.2
- .6
0

2 4 4 8 -P
2 448-162
2 448-165
2448-SM
2 448-S

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 9892

41

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

Prefabricated wood buildings and components— Continued
Panelized buildings sold a s complete u n its.......................................
Residential..............................................................................
Single family, including tow nhouses...........................................
Multifamily.............................................................................
Nonresidential, including motels and hotels ...................................
Modular buildings shipped with floors and walls, and usually ceilings
and r o o fs ..............................................................................
Residential..............................................................................
Single family, including tow nhouses..........................................
Nonresidential, including motels and h o te ls...................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

2452-3
2452-334
2452-33433
2452-33435
2452-337

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

117.2
117.7
118.5
113.2
103.3

117.2
117.7
118.5
113.2
103.3

117.1
117.7
118.5
113.2
101.6

3.4
3.6
3.9
1.5
-.4

-0.1
0
0
0
-1.6

2452-4
2452-444
2452-44443
2452-447
2452-SM

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

109.5
111.4
111.5
104.4

109.5
111.4
111.5

109.3
111.2
111.3
104.4

.5
.6
.7
0

-.2
-.2
-.2

(3)

(3)

Miscellaneous wood products................................................................

249

12/84

114.1

115.1

114.9

4.6

-.2

Wood preserving..................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Wood poles, piles, and posts owned and treated by same establishment
Not over 15 feet in le n gth ..........................................................
Over 15 feet in length................................................................
Other wood products owned and treated by same establishment ........
Railway crossties and mine t ie s ...................................................
Lumber and wood siding, rough and worked..................................
Other wood treated products......................................................
Contract wood preserving...........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2491

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

109.5
109.8
114.1
101.5
116.6
107.9
111.4
101.7
117.9
105.1

112.4
108.8
110.6
101.5
112.5
108.3
112.4
101.0
117.8
105.1

111.0
109.5
110.9
101.5
112.8
109.4
116.0
100.0
117.7
105.1

7.8
5.6
9.0
1.8
10.4
4.2
7.2
.5
2.3
1.4

-1.2
.6
.3
0
.3
1.0
3.2
-1.0
-.1
0

06/85
06/85

90.2
149.0

142.1
149.0

116.2
147.1

24.5
38.3

-18.2
-1.3

Particleboard.......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Particleboard, platen-type (mat formed)...........................................
Floor underlayment....................................................................
Mobile home d eck in g................................................................
Shelving..................................................................................
Other industrial board................................................................
3/4-inch thick........................................................................
5/8-inch thick........................................................................
All other th ickn esses..............................................................
Other platen-type, including stepping, siding, etc.............................

2492
2492-P
2492-1
2492-103
2492-105
2492-107
2492-112
2492-11211
2492-11213
2492-11217
2492-119

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

129.6
129.6
130.5
173.2
120.0
124.6
115.9
108.9
129.3
119.1
114.1

131.9
131.9
132.8

8.7
8.7
8.8
28.0
1.9
1.8
1.4
.4
4.4
1.2
2.1

-.3
-.3
-.3

127.1
116.2
108.8
129.3
119.8
114.0

131.5
131.5
132.4
178.6
123.4
126.1
116.3
109.3
129.3
119.5
114.1

W ood products, n.e.c.............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Mirror and picture fram es..............................................................
F ra m e s...................................................................................
Wood fra m e s........................................................................
Finished moldings for mirrors and pictures.....................................
Wood m olding.......................................................................
Framed pictures........................................................................
Fabricated hardboard products from hardboard made at the
establishment........................................................................
Prefinished paneling, except laminated and tiled wallboard...............
Prefinished exterior sid in g ........................................................
Dimension and parts, including cut to size and molded products.......
Panel stock; panels and siding not face finished.............................
Medium density fiberboard.............................................................
Uncoated p a n e l........................................................................
Uncoated standard size panel...................................................
Miscellaneous wood products, n.e.c.................................................
Household type utensils of wood and wood parts thereof, n.e.c.........
Toothpicks, skewers, candy sticks, and similar small w a re s..............
Handtool han dles......................................................................
Striking tool handles (axe, pick, e tc.).........................................
Lifting and pulling tool handles (rake, spade, etc.) .......................
Broom, mop, and paint brush h a n d le s..........................................
Dowels and dowel p in s ..............................................................
Wooden tools, tool bodies, and backs for brooms, mops, and brushes
Wooden reels for wire and c a b le .................................................
Misc. wooden goods, including wood turnings, except handles and
s p o o ls ...............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
R e s a le s ..................................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................

2499
2499-P
2499-1
2499-111
2499-11111
2499-121
2499-12131
2499-131

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

114.6
113.4
128.8
120.4
121.9
137.5
135.0
145.6

115.1
114.0
128.8
120.4
121.9
137.5
135.0
145.6

115.1
114.0
129.1
120.7
122.3
138.0
135.9

3.0
2.6
7.5
7.0
8.6
3.0
-.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

2499-6
2499-611
2499-61111
2499-623
2499-643
2499-7
2499-711
2499-71103
2499-9
2499-915
2499-919
2499-951
2499-95151
2499-95153
2499-957
2499-962
2499-966
2499-985

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

98.8
99.0
99.3
100.2
97.9
90.7
90.2
87.0
117.1
121.7
107.0
102.9
100.6
108.8
121.9
118.4
142.2
116.3

97.3
96.7
100.1
102.0
98.3
91.6
91.6
89.5
117.6
121.7

97.1
96.4
99.6
99.8
98.3
91.7
91.7
89.9
117.7
121.7

-4.2
-6.0
-4.0
-3.0
.2
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.8
3.3

-.2
-.3
-.5
-2.2
0
.1
.1
.4
.1
0

2499-998
2499-SM
2499-M
2499-Z89
2499-S
2499-SSS

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

Furniture and fixtures............................................................................

25

12/84

Household furniture ..............................................................................

251

12/84

2491-P
2491-2
2491-211
2491-213
2491-3
2491-311
2491-313
2491-319
2491-911
2491-SM
2491-M
2491-S

See footnotes at end of table.




42

(3)
(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)

-.8
.1
.5
0
-.3
.1
0
0
.2
.2
.3
.4
.7

(3)

(3)

105.8
102.6
114.1
119.8
121.3

105.8
102.6
114.1
120.4
121.2

(3)

116.1

(3>
(3)

117.3

118.0

118.2

4.1

.2

143.6
143.6
116.7
116.0

143.6
143.6
116.8
116.0

143.6
143.6
116.4
115.6

12.3
12.3
5.0
3.4

0
0

-.3

115.7

116.8

116.9

3.5

.
1

114.2

115.4

115.6

3.7

.2

3.0
2.0
5.5
-.3
4.0
(3)
(3)

(3)

0
0
0
.5
-.1
(3)
(3)

-.3

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
198 9 2

Wood household furniture, except upholstered.....................................
Primary products.......................................................................
Wood living room, library, family room and den furniture................
Chairs, except dining room (including rockers) ..........................
Tables, except card and telephone tab le s................................
D e s k s .................................................................................
Credenzas, bookcases, and bookshelves.................................
Other nonupholstered living room furniture................................
Wood dining room and kitchen furniture, except cab in ets...............
Tables, dining room, 30 x 40 inches and greater.......................
Chairs, dining room ...............................................................
Buffets and servers, dining room ............................................
China and corner cabinets, dining room ...................................
Other dining room and kitchen furniture....................................
Wood bedroom furniture ..........................................................
Beds, headboards and footboards...........................................
Beds, except bunk beds .....................................................
Headboards and headboard sets .........................................
Bunk b e d s .......................................................................
Dressers, vanities and dressing tab le s.....................................
Wardrobes and wardrobe-type cabinets....................................
Chests of drawers................................................................
Night tables and sta n d s.........................................................
Other nonupholstered bedroom furniture..................................
Infants’ and children’s wood furniture.........................................
Cribs, including springs sold as part of the c rib .........................
Miscellaneous infants’ and children’s furniture...........................
Unpainted, unassembled, knock-down, and outdoor furniture..........
Unassembled, knock-down, and outdoor furniture......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................
Miscellaneous receipts............................................................
R e s a le s .............................................................................
Secondary products................................................................
Other secondary products.....................................................
Upholstered wood household furniture................................................
Primary products.......................................................................
Upholstered wood household furniture .......................................
Sofas, davenports, settees, and lo v e se ats................................
Chiefly cotton...................................................................
Chiefly rayo n ....................................................................
Chiefly o lefin ....................................................................
Chiefly nylon ....................................................................
Chiefly polyester...............................................................
Other fibers and blends, including coated fabric and v in yl........
Chairs, except reclining and rockers........................................
Chiefly cotton...................................................................
Chiefly rayo n ....................................................................
Chiefly olefin....................................................................
Other fibers and blends, including coated fabric and vinyl ........
Sectional sofa p ie ce s...........................................................
Rockers, including sw ivel......................................................
Reclining ch airs...................................................................
Other upholstered wood household furniture ( ottomans, hassocks,
etc ) .............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................
Secondary products................................................................

2 5 1 1-P
251 1-2
2511-231
2511-241
2511-251
2511-271
251 1-29 8
251 1-3
2511-311
2511-331
2511-351
2511-371
251 1-39 8
251 1-5
2 51 1-5A
2511-511
251 1-51 3
251 1-51 5
2511-521
251 1-53 3
251 1-53 5
2511-561
251 1-59 8
251 1-6
2511-611
2 5 1 1-69 8
2 511-7
2511-751
251 1-S M
2 5 1 1-M
2 5 1 1-Z89
2 5 1 1-S
2 5 1 1-SSS
251 2
2 5 1 2-P
2512-1
2 51 2-11 2
2 51 2 -1 1 2 3 2
2 5 1 2 -11 2 33
2 5 1 2 -11 2 34
2 5 1 2 -11 2 35
2 5 1 2 -11 2 36
2 5 1 2 -11 2 37
2 5 1 2-13 2
2 5 1 2 -13 2 42
2 5 1 2-13 2 43
2 5 1 2 -13 2 44
2 5 1 2 -13 2 45
2512-141
251 2-14 5
2 51 2-15 4
251 2-19 8
2 51 2-S M
2 5 1 2-S

Metal household furniture................................................................
Primary products.......................................................................
Metal household dining, dinette and breakfast furniture.................
Tubular metal tables (not sold with a set) ................................
Metal kitchen furniture.............................................................
Stools, padded and plain ......................................................
Metal porch, lawn, outdoor and casual furniture ..........................
Tubular aluminum ................................................................
Chairs, rockers, benches, chaise lounges and se tte e s............
Other porch, lawn, outdoor, and casual furniture, inc. picnic tables
Other metal household furniture ...............................................
Folding cots, rollable cots, army cots, and other metal b e d s .......
Metal bed fram es................................................................
Infants’ metal furniture.........................................................
Infants’ car se a ts ..............................................................
Other metal household furniture.............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................
Secondary products................................................................
Mattresses and bedsprings ..............................................................
Primary products.......................................................................
Innerspring mattresses other than crib s iz e .................................

2 5 1 4-P
2514-1
251 4-11 5
251 4-2
2514-251
251 4-3
2514-31
251 4-31 2
251 4-39 8
251 4-4
251 4-43 3
251 4-43 7
2 51 4-49 A
251 4-49 3
2 5 1 4-49 8
2514-S M
2514-S
2515
2 5 1 5-P
2515-1

See footnotes at end of table.




43

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
T 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 2 /8 0
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 6 /8 7

153.8
154.4
156.3
163.9
157.5
152.0
160.3
147.6
165.4
161.1
173.7
167.1
152.0
144.9
150.1
150.0
150.7
148.5
153.3
151.3
147.6
149.5
157.0
149.1
136.0
142.1
129.6
135.4
100.8

156.4
156.6
158.6
163.9
160.7
152.0
162.5
147.8
168.9
163.2
177.5
173.9
155.7
145.5
152.1
152.1
151.6
152.3
153.3
153.9
148.9
151.4
157.7
151.1
136.0
142.1
129.6
135.4
100.8

156.3
156.5
158.2
163.9
159.3
152.0
160.9
148.8
168.7
163.1
177.3
173.6
155.5
145.5
152.4
152.1
151.6
152.3
153.3
154.1
148.9
151.4
160.3
151.0
136.0

4 .6
4.3
4.3
1.7
3.5
3.6
4.0
4.1
5.4
5.1
4.1
9.0
6.4
5.7
4.2
5.1
5.6
5.6
1.5
4.8
3.7
3.5
3.9
2.6
1.8

-0.1
-.1
-.3
0
-.9
0
-1 .0
.7
-.1
-.1
-.1
-.2
-.1
0
.2
0
0
0
0
.1
0
0
1.6
-.1
0

(3)
129.6

(3)
2.3

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

139.9
139.9
155.0
151.4

140.3
140.4
164.7
155.3

140.2
140.3
164.0
154.2

6.1
6.1
9.6
5.1

-.1
-.1
-.4
-.7

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

119.7
120.7
120.7
121.7
124.0
134.7
121.8
115.6
113.3
117.4
119.5
117.8
122.0
115.8
123.9
107.7
98.8
122.9

120.3
121.3
121.3
122.3
124.6
135.6
122.6
115.9
114.6
117.7
120.2
118.1
123.7
115.8
124.9
108.1
99.3
122.9

120.5
121.5
121.5
122.5
125.4
135.9
122.5
115.8
114.8
117.7
120.7
119.3
123.8
115.8
125.7
108.3
99.3
123.1

2.5
2.4
2.4
2.3
3.0
3.2
2.4
1.8
2.1
1.5
3.2
3.6
3.4
2.6
3.2
4.6
-.1
2.2

.2
.2
.2
.2
.6
.2
-.1
-.1
.2
0
.4
1.0
.1
0
.6
.2
0
.2

0 6 /8 2

130.6

132.3

132.6

2.3

.2

(3)
(3)

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

0

0 6 /8 2

108.2

109.1

109.5

2.1

.4

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 7 /8 4
0 7 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

109.9
110.9
124.1
123.1
92.4
103.4
110.2
110.4
108.9
118.8
104.0
99.8
108.8
111.2
121.6
94.6

111.8
112.0
125.0

112.0
112.3
125.8

3.1
2.7
6.4

.2
.3
.6

(3)
93.1
104.6
112.0
115.1
113.9
118.1
104.8
99.4
110.6
110.2
120.1
95.3

(3)
91.7
102.4
112.0
114.6
113.5
118.6
105.2

(3)
-8 .8
-2 .4
3.5
3.5
3.9
.9
.9

(3)
-1 .5
-2.1
0
-.4
-.4
.4
.4

(3)
(3)
112.3
122.1
95.3

(3)
(3)
4.9
3.4
-5 .8

(3)
(3)
1.9
1.7
0

0 6 /8 4

108.9

110.7

109.9

-1 .3

-.7

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

118.5
119.1
119.6

119.6
120.3
120.7

120.1
120.8
121.2

4.9
4.9
5.2

.4
.4
.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

Mattresses and bedsprings— Continued
Twin size innerspring m attre sse s.................................................
Queen size innerspring m attresses...............................................
Other size innerspring mattresses, except crib s iz e .........................
Other mattresses, including crib mattresses and mattress inserts ........
Foam core mattresses, other than crib s iz e ...................................
Other mattresses, excluding innerspring m attresses........................
Foundations................................................................................
Spring foundations....................................................................
Foam foundations.....................................................................
Other foundations, including platform...........................................
Dual purpose sleep furniture..........................................................
Convertible s o f a s ......................................................................
All other dual purpose sleep furniture, including jackknife sofa beds
& chair b e d s .......................................................................
Conventional water b e d s ...............................................................
Soft sided water b e d s ................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
R e s a le s ..................................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Wood household furniture..........................................................
Upholstered wood household furniture..........................................
Other secondary products..........................................................

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

116.8
130.3
119.3
140.4
123.9
100.0
117.2
102.5
100.0
101.1
100.1
119.5

3.7
6.5
5.4
(3)
(3)
(3)
5.2
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1.7

0.3
.3
.6
.1
.1
0
.9
1.0
0
0
0
0
(3)
.9
0

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

2515-112
2515-113
2515-114
2515-2
2515-215
2515-247
2515-3
2515-315
2515-317
2515-319
2515-5
2515-512

(3
)
114.9
100.4
100.0
100.0
99.7
119.6

116.4
129.9
118.6
140.3
123.8
100.0
116.1
101.5
100.0
101.1
100.1
119.5

06/83
06/89
06/89

105.4
100.0
100.0

112.3
100.0
100.0

(3)
100.9
100.0

(3)
(3)
<
3)

06/89
06/89
06/83
06/89
06/83
06/83

100.4
100.5
114.8
100.0
119.1
108.3

100.8
100.9
115.6
100.0
120.3
108.5

100.2
100.3
116.4
100.0
120.3
110.9

(3)
(3)
5.7

12/85
12/85
12/85

101.5
100.9
103.9

103.1
102.7

103.1
102.7

(3)

(3)

12/85

108.0

108.0

108.0

-.8

0

12/85
12/85
12/85

102.5
102.2
100.9

100.3
99.9
100.3

100.3
99.9
100.3

-.3

.3

0
0
0

2517

Household furniture, n.e.c.......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Other plastics and fibrous glass furn., exc. cabinets........................

114.8
128.9
117.9
134.7
114.6

2515-516
2515-8
2515-811
2515-SM
2515-M
2515-Z89
2515-S
2511-S
2512-S
2515-SSS

Wood TV and radio cabinets..................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Sewing machine cabinets...........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/89
06/83
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/83

2519

2517-P
2517-121
2517-SM
2517-S

2519-P
2519-141

(3)
5.4
6.5

-.6
-.6
.7
0
0
2.2

1.6

0
0

1.8

(3
)

.2

(3)

Office furniture.....................................................................................

252

12/84

119.5

119.9

119.5

2.5

-.3

Wood office furniture............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
S e a tin g ......................................................................................
Secretarial c h a irs......................................................................
General office and desk chairs (including executive office chairs) .....
Side and arm c h a ir s..................................................................
Lounge se atin g.........................................................................
Desks and exten sion s..................................................................
Desks ......................................................................................
Executive d e s k s .....................................................................
Clerical and secretarial desks ...................................................
Storage units, files and tab le s........................................................
Storage u n its...........................................................................
Credenzas ............................................................................
Bookcases and other storage units............................................
T a b le s.....................................................................................
Work/conference ...................................................................
All other...............................................................................
Panel and modular systems furniture...............................................
Panel sy ste m s..........................................................................
Panel supported sy ste m s.........................................................
Panels, less than ceiling height..............................................
Other wood office furniture..........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
R e s a le s ..................................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2521

112.4

113.0
112.4
114.6
118.9
117.9
113.9
94.1
114.9
115.8
114.6
117.9
117.3
115.7

2.5
2.6
2.5
4.4
3.6
1.2
-1.2
4.3
4.1

112.1

112.2

117.8
117.9
118.4
116.3
101.1
100.8
100.8
97.6
132.4

122.4
119.1
(3
)
119.1
102.4
102.1
102.1
98.4
132.4

112.7
112.6
114.7
118.9
117.9
114.1
94.1
115.1
115.9
114.8
117.9
117.6
116.2
113.0
122.4
119.1
119.1
119.1
102.7
102.4
102.4
98.6
132.4

-.3

2521-P
2521-1
2521-111
2521-113
2521-114
2521-121
2521-2
2521-22
2521-221
2521-222
2521-4
2521-411
2521-41141
2521-41143
2521-433
2521-43355
2521-43359
2521-5
2521-51
2521-512
2521-5123
2521-611
2521-SM
2521-M
2521-Z89
2521-S

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

0

.2
0

06/85
06/85
06/85

132.7
132.7
114.2

132.7
132.7
113.1

132.7
132.7
110.3

0
0
2.1

0
0
-2.5

Nonwood office furniture........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Office se atin g..............................................................................
C h a ir s .....................................................................................
Side and arm chairs................................................................
General office and desk chairs, except secretarial.......................
Other c h a ir s ..........................................................................
D esks and exten sion s..................................................................
D e s k s .....................................................................................
Filing cabinets and c a s e s ..............................................................
Vertical files, letter and legal........................................................
Horizontal or lateral files, letter and legal.......................................
Other files, including motorized, visible, and insulated......................
Other nonwood office furniture.......................................................
Tables and s ta n d s ....................................................................

2522
2522-P
2522-1
2522-11
2522-112
2522-114
2522-115
2522-2
2522-224
2522-3
2522-311
2522-321
2522-328
2522-4
2522-411

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/87
12/87
12/87
12/79
12/79
12/87
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/87
12/79
12/79

163.4
165.1
159.4
109.1
105.3
111.1
158.0
164.8
109.4
165.8
156.5
167.3
104.3
167.8
142.6

163.9
165.6
161.9
111.0
110.8
112.2
158.5
150.5

163.2
164.8
161.5
110.6
110.8
112.2
155.6
144.7
96.1
166.9
157.2
168.8
105.1
169.1
146.0

2.6
2.7
5.3
5.7
4.9
9.0
4.1
-10.3
-10.3
6.1
2.5
12.1
3.4
2.0
2.4

-.4
- .5

See footnotes at end of table.




44

111.6

114.5
118.9
117.4
114.1
94.1
114.1
114.9
114.2
116.0
115.9
114.0

99.9
166.9
157.2
169.1
104.5
169.6
142.6

4.1

4.2
3.2
4.5
4.2
5.0
2.1
1.8
2.8
.9

.
9
.
9
.
9

.2
.1

0
0
.2
0
.2
.1
.2

0
.3
.4

.7
0
0
(3
)
0
.3
.3
.3

-.2
-.4
0
0
-1.8
-3.9
-3.8
0
0
-.2
.6
- .3

2.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

P ro du ct
co d e

Industry
co d e

Index
base
July
1 98 9 2

N o n w o o d o ffic e fu rn itu re — C ontin u ed
S yste m s f u r n itu r e ........................................................................................................
M o d ula r system s fu r n itu re ...................................................................................
P anel system s fu r n itu r e ........................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s n o n w o od o ffic e furnitu re , inclu din g b o o k c a s e s .................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2 52 2-42
2522-421
2 5 2 2-42 2
2 52 2-49 8
2 522-S M
252 2-M
2 5 2 2-Z 89
252 2-S

P ublic building and re la ted fu r n itu r e ....................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S cho o l furnitu re , e x c e p t stone, co n cre te , and library f u r n itu r e .....................
Chairs, all purpose ( n o n fo ld in g )............................................................................
S to ra g e c a b in e ts .........................................................................................................
O th e r sch oo l furnitu re d esigned s p e cifica lly fo r use in s c h o o ls ...............
P ublic building a nd re la te d furnitu re , e xc e p t sch o o l a n d r e s ta u r a n t...........
S e a ts fo r p ub lic c o n v e y a n c e s ................................................................................
C h urch furnitu re ..........................................................................................................
Ch urch p e w s ............................................................................................................
O th e r ch urch fu rn itu re (pulpits, altars, e t c . ) ..................................................
C hairs and seats, e xclud in g se a ts fo r p ub lic co n ve ya n ce s a nd
s ta d iu m s .................................................................................................................
S tadium a nd b le a ch e r seating, inclu din g g r a n d s ta n d s ................................
O th e r p ub lic buildin g fu r n itu r e ................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2531

P artitions, shelving, lo ckers, and o ffice and sto re fix t u r e s ..........................................

254

W o o d p a rtitio n s a nd f ix tu r e s ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o o d partition s, sh elving , a nd lo ckers ..................................................................
P artition s (p re fab rica ted , assem ble d , o r kn o cke d dow n ) ............................
S helving a nd lo c k e r s .................................................................................................
P la stic lam in a te d fixture t o p s .....................................................................................
W o o d fixtu re s fo r stores, banks, o ffice s, e tc .........................................................
R e tail sto re fixtures, e xce p t fo o d store: c u s to m .............................................
W a lls and w all fix tu r e s ..........................................................................................
C e nte r flo o r tab le s and g o n d o la s ....................................................................
O the r fixtures and d is p la y s .................................................................................
R etail store fixtures, e xcep t foo d store: m a n ufa ctu re rs’ s ta n d a r d ...........
R etail fo o d store fixtures .........................................................................................
C a bine ts (flo o r or w all ty p e s ) .................................................................................
C o unters and b ank f ix t u r e s ....................................................................................
C ounters, e xcep t bank c o u n te r s ......................................................................
B ank fixtures, including b ank co un ters ..........................................................
O th e r w ood fixtures, including w in d ow backs, telep ho n e b ooths, etc. ..
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2541

M e tal p artition s and f ix t u r e s ...................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e tal p artition s (prefabricated, assem bled, o r kn ocke d d o w n ) ....................
M ovable, e xcep t fre e s ta n d in g ..............................................................................
O the r partitions, including fre e s ta n d in g ............................................................
M etal shelving and lo c k e r s .........................................................................................
M e tal s h e lv in g .............................................................................................................
C om m ercial shelving fo r facto rie s, stores, e tc ..............................................
O th e r shelving, including o ffic e shelving fo r co rre spo n de n ce,
co m p u te r tapes, e tc ........................................................................................
L o c k e rs ...........................................................................................................................
M etal storage ra cks and a c c e s s o rie s .....................................................................
D rive-in/d rive -th ru and gravity c o nve yor p allet storag e r a c k s ...................
P ortable stacking racks and fr a m e s ....................................................................
S ta c k e r racks and o th e r m etal r a c k s ..................................................................
M etal fixtures fo r stores, banks, o ffice s, e tc .........................................................
R etail store fixtures, e xcep t fo o d store .............................................................
C ustom fix tu r e s ........................................................................................................
M a n ufa ctu re rs’ standard fix tu r e s ......................................................................
Retail foo d store fixtures .........................................................................................
C a bine ts (flo o r o r w all t y p e ) ...................................................................................
C ounters, e x c e p t bank c o u n te r s ...........................................................................
O th e r m etal fixtures, including ban k fixtures, b ank counters,
clo thin g racks, e tc ................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2542

M iscellan eo u s furnitu re and fix tu r e s ....................................................................................

259

2 5 3 1 -P
2531-1
253 1-136
2531-137
2 53 1-19 8
2 5 3 1-2
2531-211
2 53 1-23
2531-231
2 5 3 1-23 9
2 5 3 1-25
2531-261
2 5 3 1-29 8
2 5 3 1 -SM
2 5 3 1-S

Nov.
1 9892

1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9

115.2
145.8
116.1
176.9

116.7
136.6
118.2
177.9

115.9
150.0
116.6
177.8

1.8
-.2
1.8
3.1

-0 .7
9.8
-1 .4
-.1

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

146.5
144.4
150.9

154.8
152.6
150.1

154.8
152.6
150.4

5.7
5.7
1.1

0
0
.2

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

116.8
115.6
111.3
118.6

116.8
115.6
109.8
120.5

117.2
116.0
111.3
120.5

3.7
3.7
4.4
7.6

.3
.3
1.4
0

(3)
114.1
117.4
110.1
115.5
115.3
116.4

(3)
111.1
118.0
110.6
115.5
115.3
116.4

(3)
113.6
117.9
110.6
115.5
115.3
116.4

(3)
5.6
3.2
4.4
3.8
3.4
5.1

(3)
2.3
-.1
.0
0
0
0

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

124.1
135.6
113.1

126.0
135.6
113.1

126.0
135.6
113.1

1.9
-.3
6.7

0
0
0

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

1 2 /8 4

114.5

114.9

115.2

7.8

.3

1 2 /8 4

117.1

118.1

118.3

2.6

.2

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 3 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 8 /8 4
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

123.2
122.9
111.9
111.7
111.4
124.6
123.8
115.8
111.2
103.3
104.7
143.5
103.8
113.2
120.4
112.5
124.0
110.9

124.7
124.0
111.9
111.7

124.9
124.2
111.9
111.7

3.1
2.8
1.3
2.5

.2
.2
0
0

(3)
124.9
125.2
116.9
111.5

(3)
2.4
3.2
1.7
1.1

(3)
.1
.2
0
0

(3)
105.6
144.5
109.7
113.2
120.9
113.5
124.0
111.3

(3)
125.0
125.5
116.9
111.5
105.3
105.6
147.0
109.7
113.6
120.9
113.5
124.0
111.3

(3)
1.4
3.3

(3)

(3)
2.8
1.9
1.6
2.2
2.3

0
1.7
0
.4
0
0
0
0

0 1 /8 4
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 3

120.9
103.9
128.2

130.9
112.5
128.8

130.9
112.5
128.9

8.3
8.3
2.3

0
0
.1

2542-P
2542-1
2542-117
2 54 2-119
2542-2
2 542-23
2 542-233

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

120.2
120.4
118.2
120.2
102.7
121.0
120.6
113.2

120.9
121.2
120.3
124.1
105.4
122.5
122.3
115.3

121.1
121.4
121.3
130.1
105.4
122.5
122.3
115.3

2.2
2.8
3.3
10.8
3.1
2.9
3.1
2.8

.2
.2
.8
4.8
0
0
0
0

2542-241
2542-251
2542-3
2542-341
2542-345
2542-351
2542-4
2 54 2-46 A
2542-463
2542-465
2 542-467
2542-471
2542-481

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

119.0
122.8
120.5
118.8
117.1
123.1
120.7
120.9
116.5
125.1
122.8
126.2
125.0

119.0
122.8
120.7
118.8
117.1
123.4
120.9
121.0
116.5
125.2
122.8
127.4
125.0

119.0
122.8
120.7
118.8

3.7
1.8
3.5
5.0

0
0
0
0

(3)
123.4
121.1
121.2
116.5
125.6

(3)
3.7
2.1
1.1
.1
1.9

(3)

(3)
127.6
125.0

(3)
2.4
-1 .0

(3)
.2
0

2 542-498
2542-SM
2542-S

1 2 /8 3

108.2

108.5

108.7

1.9

.2

2.2

.1

5.9

1.0

2 5 4 1 -P
2541-1
2541-111
2541-141
254 1-2
254 1-3
254 1 -33A
2541-332
2 54 1-333
2 541-334
2 541-337
2541-338
2541-341
2 54 1-36
2541-361
2 54 1-362
2 541-398
2 54 1 -SM
2 54 1 -M
254 1 -Z89
2 54 1 -S

45

1 2 /8 3

123.2

124.0

124.1

1 2 /8 4

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 98 9 2

116.3

117.3

118.5

0
.2
.2
0
.3

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product

Index
base
July
19892

Drapery hardware and blinds and sh a d e s.................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Window shades and accessories....................................................
Window sh a d e s........................................................................
Plastic window s h a d e s ............................................................
Other window shades including cloth and paper..........................
Venetian b lin d s...........................................................................
Complete Venetian blinds, vertical and horizontal............................
Aluminum slat blinds...............................................................
All other Venetian blinds including wood and p lastic .....................
Other shades and blinds n.e.c., curtain and drapery rods, poles and
other hardw are......................................................................
Other shades and blinds, except canvas and other textile fabrics .....
Curtain and drapery rods, poles, and fixtures fabricated at plant........
Carbon steel and all other materials..........................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
R e s a le s ..................................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2591

Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.....................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Hospital b e d s ..............................................................................
Hospital beds ...........................................................................
Restaurant, cafeteria and bar furniture............................................
Wood chairs and s to o ls .............................................................
Metal chairs and sto o ls..............................................................
Booths, bars and back b a r s ........................................................
Other restaurant, cafeteria and bar furniture..................................
Other furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.....................................................
Ship furniture...........................................................................
Industrial furniture, including benches, stools, sorting tables and
cabinets.............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2599

Paper and allied products......................................................................

26

Pulp m ills............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Special alpha and dissolving w oodpulp...........................................
Other pulp, including pulpmill byproducts, except tall o il......................
W oodpulp................................................................................
Sulfate woodpulp, including s o d a ..............................................
Sulfate, bleached and semibleached (including s o d a ) ................
Sulfate, softw ood...........................................................
E xpo rts........................................................................
Intracompany shipm ents..................................................
Domestic (market shipments o n ly ).......................................

2611

2591-P
2591-3
2591-3A
2591-311
2591-313
2591-4
2591-4A
2591-452
2591-459

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

119.1
116.1
107.0
107.0
106.8
107.4
104.0
110.3
109.4
117.7

118.9
115.9
107.5
107.5
106.8
108.4
103.6
110.5
109.5
118.2

119.7
116.7
107.0
107.0
(3)
107.3
103.1
109.9
108.8
118.6

5.4
7.7
4.9
4.9
(3
)
3.3
7.5
8.6
9.3
3.6

0.7
.7
-.5
-.5
(3)
-1.0
-.5
-.5
-.6
.3

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

122.9
131.7
120.1
124.7

122.5
129.5
120.2
124.9

124.1
136.3
120.2
124.9

8.6
10.9
7.8
8.2

1.3
5.3
0
0

06/84
06/84
06/84

153.8
154.5
115.5

153.8
154.5
115.5

155.0
155.6
115.5

-9.9
-9.9
3.4

.8
.7
0

2599-P
2599-1
2599-101
2599-2
2599-241
2599-245
2599-247
2599-248
2599-3
2599-351

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85

115.1
115.4
105.6
105.6
116.3
114.4
108.3
112.6
118.5
116.7
106.4

117.1
117.8
(3
)
(3)
119.0
119.6
108.6
113.5
121.5
119.4
106.8

118.5
119.1
118.3
118.3
119.1
119.6
108.3
114.2
121.4
119.5
107.8

6.7
6.8
14.9
14.9
6.3
8.9
1.7
6.1
6.3
5.5
2.0

1.2
1.1
(3)
(3)
.1
0
-.3
.6
-.1
.1
.9

12/85

111.8

111.8

111.8

5.0

0

12/85
12/85

116.3
112.3

116.3
112.5

120.7
113.1

(3
)
6.6

3.8
.5

12/84

120.9

121.7

121.8

4.1

.1

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

163.7
171.7
139.4
189.2
193.8

163.2
173.2
142.4
190.3
194.7

162.9
172.8
142.1
189.9
194.2

8.7
10.8
17.3
9.5
9.6

-.2
-.2
-.2
-.2
-.3

06/88
12/82
06/88
06/88
06/88

117.3
199.3
120.9
117.9
118.2

117.9
200.9
123.1
117.9
118.2

117.6
200.9
123.1
117.9
118.2

9.8
12.2
13.2
8.7
14.1

-.3
0
0
0
0

12/82
06/88
06/88
06/88

187.9
113.6
116.0
107.8

188.3
113.4
115.4
109.6

187.5
112.6
113.9
109.8

7.4
4.5
5.4
8.3

-.4
-.7
-1.3
.2

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
11/87
08/81
06/81
08/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
12/87
06/81

134.7
134.8
135.5
133.9
113.0
122.8
116.8
142.5
106.9
166.2
126.5
126.5
114.6
124.3
123.7
139.2
150.2
137.9
138.3
131.5
137.7
110.7
108.1
132.2

133.9
133.9
137.0
135.5
115.8
122.7
118.5
142.6
106.9
166.2
124.2
124.2
113.1
124.5
123.9
139.1
150.2
137.8
138.1
131.4
137.9
110.8
108.2
128.5

133.7
133.7
137.9
136.4
117.8
122.5
118.0
142.7
107.0
166.9
124.0
124.0
112.6
124.5
123.9
139.1
150.2
137.8
138.1
131.3
137.9
110.8
108.2
127.5

1.3
1.1
6.9
6.8
9.5
5.1
7.4
5.1
3.6
7.5
-6.7
-6.7
-.2
.8
-.6
1.2
2.9
1.1
2.1
.3
1.5
.5
2.9
-2.3

-.1
-.1
.7
.7
1.7
-.2
-.4
.1
.1
.4
-.2
-.2
-.4
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.1
0
0
0
-.8

2599-353
2599-SM
2599-M
2599-S

2611-P
2611-1
2611-2
2611-21
2611-213
2611-2134
2611-21341
2611 -2134E
2611-21341
26112134M
2611-21342
2611-217
2611-21716
2611-25
2621
2621-P
2621-A
2621-A4
2621-A41
2621-A42
2621-A43
2621-A44
2621-A49
2621-A8
2621 -B
2621-1
2621-C
2621-2
2621-211
2621-3
2621-34
2621-36
2621-363
2621-365
2621-366
2621-36604
2621-36606
2621-4

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19892

2591-5
2591-511
2591-517
2591-51711
2591-SM
2591-M
2591-Z89
2591-S

Sulfate, hardwood.............................................................
Sulfite and other woodpulp......................................................
Sulfite, bleached and unbleached...........................................
Pulp, other than wood, and miscellaneous pulp mill byproducts.........
Paper mill products except building p a p e r................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Tissue paper and sanitary paper s to c k ............................................
Sanitary papers, including stock, made in papermills.......................
Toilet tissue and s t o c k ............................................................
Facial tissue and sto c k ............................................................
Napkins and napkin sto c k ........................................................
Towels and towel s t o c k ..........................................................
Other sanitary papers, including sto c k ........................................
Tissue paper............................................................................
Newsprint...................................................................................
Newsprint................................................................................
Printing and writing gra d e s.............................................................
Groundwood paper, uncoated......................................................
Publication and printing...........................................................
Clay coated printing and converting p a p e r....................................
Coated 1-side .......................................................................
Coated 2-sides.......................................................................
No. 3 coated 2-sid e s............................................................
No. 5 coated 2-sid e s............................................................
Coated 2-sides except No. 3 and No. 5 ..................................
No. 4 coated 2 -sid e s.........................................................
All other clay coated 2-sides, including No.1 and No. 2 ...........
Book paper, uncoated free sh e e t.................................................

Oct.
19892

46

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P ro du ct
c o de

Index
base
July
19892

P aper m ill p ro du cts e xce p t building p ap er— C ontin u ed
C h em ica l w o o d p u lp w riting paper, e x c e p t b od y s t o c k .............................
U n w a te rm arked b o n d ........................................................................................
U n w a te rm arked bond, No. 4 g r a d e ........................................................
U n w a te rm arked bond, e xc e p t No. 4 .......................................................
W a term a rke d b o n d ............................................................................................
Form bond, in r o l l s ............................................................................................
12 lb. fo rm bon d in r o lls ..............................................................................
15 lb. form b ond in r o lls ..............................................................................
20 lb. form b ond in r o lls ..............................................................................
Form b ond in rolls, e xcep t 12, 15 and 20 lb. gra de s ......................
O th e r w riting papers, inclu din g m a n ifold and c a rb o n le ss base
sto c k & b od y sto c k fo r c o m m u n ..........................................................
P ub lica tio n and p rin ting gra de fre e s h e e t .....................................................
Plain (including M.F., E.F., su percalendered, e gg she ll and
a ntique g r a d e s ) ...........................................................................................
O f fs e t .......................................................................................................................
C o ver and te x t p a p e r s ..........................................................................................
O th e r co nve rtin g and m iscellan eo u s fre e sheet, including body
s to c k fo r co atin g ............................................................................................
E n v e lo p e ................................................................................................................
W h ite w o ve e n v e lo p e s .................................................................................
K ra ft e nve lo pe p ap er (including unbleached, sem i-b le ach e d and
b leached kraft) ........................................................................................
All o th e r unco ate d fre e sheet, n.e.c., including bod y sto c k fo r
co atin g ...........................................................................................................
Packaging and industrial grade p a p e r s ..................................................................
U n bleached kra ft p ackaging and industrial c o nve rtin g p a p e r ....................
W rapping ...................................................................................................................
S hipping sa ck ..........................................................................................................
Bag and sack, o th e r tha n shipping s a c k ......................................................
O the r u nbleached kra ft packaging and industrial co nve rtin g p a p e r ....
P ackaging and industrial co nve rtin g paper, e x c e p t unble ach e d kraft. ...
W rapping ...................................................................................................................
Bag and sack, o th e r tha n shipping s a c k ......................................................
O the r packaging and industrial co nve rtin g paper, e xcep t u nb leached
k ra ft.......................................................................................................................
G lassine, g reaseproof, and ve ge tab le p a r c h m e n t.....................................
S pecial industrial p a p e r ............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
Pulp mill p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r secon da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
Paperboard mill p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................
P aperboard m i l l s .........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P aperboard, m ade fro m prim arily virgin w o od p u lp ...........................................
U n bleached kra ft p ackaging and industrial co nve rtin g p aperboard
( > 8 0 % virgin w o od p u lp ) ................................................................................
U nblea ch ed linerboard .........................................................................................
42 lb. kra ft lin e rb o a rd ........................................................................................
O the r u nb leached lin e rb o a rd ..........................................................................
B le ach ed p ackaging and industrial co nve rtin g p ap erboard ( > 8 0 %
virgin w o od pulp) ................................................................................................
L in e rb o a r d .................................................................................................................
Folding carton -typ e b o a r d ...................................................................................
B leached pap erbo a rd fo r m oist, liquid o r o ily foods, including m ilk
ca rton board ....................................................................................................
O the r blea ch ed p aperboard fo r packaging and o th e r solid b leached
b o a r d ...................................................................................................................
S em ichem ical p aperboard ( > 7 5 % virgin w o od p u lp ) ...................................
C orrugating m e d iu m ...............................................................................................
R ecycled p a p e rb o a rd .....................................................................................................
Linerboard ( < 8 0 % virgin f ib e r ) .............................................................................
C o nta in er ch ip and fille r b oard .............................................................................
Folding ca rton b o a r d .................................................................................................
Unlined ch ipboard ..................................................................................................
Kraft-lined foldin g ca rton b o a r d .........................................................................
W hite-lined foldin g ca rton b o a r d ......................................................................
C lay-coated foldin g ca rton b o a r d .....................................................................
O the r recycle d p a p e rb o a rd .....................................................................................
C o nve rte d pap er and p ap erboard products, e xc e p t c o nta ine rs and
b oxes .......................................................................................................................................
P aper co atin g and g la z in g .......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Packaging p ap er and p lastics film , co ate d and la m in a te d .............................
S ingle w eb paper, co ate d ro lls and s h e e ts ..................................................

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2621-421
2621-4211
2621-42111
2 6 2 1 -42 1 12
2 6 2 1-42 1 2
2 62 1-42 1 5
2621-42151
2 621-42155
2 62 1-42156
2 6 2 1-42 1 59

0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1

131.2
123.8
131.6
128.0
142.6
115.1
119.1
119.8
114.1
127.0

126.4
117.4
126.4
119.4
142.6
111.9
114.4
115.9
111.4
123.5

124.9
114.6
122.7
117.2
142.6
111.3
114.3
116.5
106.9
124.9

-3 .4
-2 .9
-4 .0
-1 .4
3.9
-8 .0
-5 .5
-6 .0
-1 1 .7
-7 .2

-1 .2
-2 .4
-2 .9
-1 .8
0
-.5
-.1
.5
-4 .0
1.1

262 1-42 1 7
2621-441

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

134.9
128.4

132.1
126.0

132.1
126.1

.6
-.9

.0
.1

2621-44111
2621-44 1 22
2621-465

1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

116.1
129.0
147.1

115.8
125.8
147.1

115.8
125.9
147.1

1.1
-2 .5
2.5

0
.1
0

2621-481
2621-4811
2621-48111

1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

120.9
120.9
120.7

117.9
118.2
118.1

116.7
116.8
116.3

-2 .8
-2 .8
-3 .3

-1 .0
-1 .2
-1 .5

2 62 1-48112

1 2 /8 7

121.7

118.4

118.1

-1 .5

-.3

2 621-4812
2 62 1 -D
2621-7
2621-711
2621-731
2621-751
2621-761
2 621-8
2621-811
2621-851

0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

132.1
115.6
141 .-8
174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
135.6
130.4
132.9

126.1
115.9
141.8
174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
135.7
129.8
132.9

126.1
115.4
141.8
174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
135.7
133.5
132.9

-2.1
4.5
7.9
7.2
8.5
7.4
7.4
3.1
6.7
1.4

0
-.4
0
0
0
0
0
0
2.9
0

2621-861
2621-881
2621-9
2 62 1 -SM
2 62 1 -S
2 6 1 1-S
2 62 1 -SSS
2 63 1 -S

0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1

123.8
147.3
138.6

123.9
147.3
139.4

123.9
147.1
137.7

5.1
1.1
2.2

0
-.1
-1 .2

0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

133.7
121.3
163.0
135.7

134.7
121.0
176.2
134.3

133.8
121.0
168.9
134.3

5.3
6.1
12.9
1.7

-.7
0
-4.1
0

2 63 1 -P
2 63 1 -A

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8

149.4
145.4
102.3

149.9
146.0
103.0

149.6
145.7
102.8

3.1
2.4

-.2
-.2
-.2

2631-1
2631-111
2631-11101
2 63 1-11102

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

160.9
164.2
162.7
165.1

160.8
163.4
162.3
163.5

160.6
163.1
161.8
163.6

.4
-.5
-.3
-.8

-.1
-.2
-.3
.1

2631-2
2631-211
2631-241

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

130.3
131.6
125.5

135.5
131.6
134.1

135.4
131.6
133.9

12.4

-.1
0
-.1

2 631-26

1 2 /8 8

111.8

113.7

113.7

(3)

2 631-28
2631-3
2631-321
2631-4
2631-411
2631-431
2631-44
2631-443
2 631-444
2631-445
2 63 1-446
2631-48

1 2 /8 8

106.0

109.5

109.5

(3)

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
0 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8

150.7
129.6
145.5
130.2
104.7
119.1
125.5
120.8
115.8
100.9

147.9
128.6

147.4
128.1
140.6
130.8
105.6
123.9
125.5
120.8
115.8
100.9

-2 .9
1.3
-1 .8
.2

264

1 2 /8 4

120.1

122.5

122.7

6.5

.2

2641
264 1 -P
2641-1
2641-5

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

126.6
124.3
114.5
117.8

127.7
125.0
114.0
117.2

127.7
124.9
114.1
116.9

4.5
3.5
3.2
4.4

0
-.1
.1
-.3

2631

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
198 9 2

47

(3)
(3)
105.6
123.9
125.5
120.8
115.8
100.9

(3)

(3)
13.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
.8
7.3
(3)

0
0
-.3
-.4
(3)
(3)
0
0
0
0
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

Paper coating and glazing— Continued
Single web film, coated rolls and sh e e ts....................................
Multi-web paper/paper lam inations...........................................
Coated and laminated paper, n.e.c...................................................
Printing paper coated at establishments other than where paper
was produced..................................................................
Coated one side (for labels and similar u s e s )...........................
Gummed products..................................................................
Gummed sealing tape, paper base and reinforced base, used for
sealing and se cu rin g......................................................
Gummed flat paper, including stock labels, unprinted ................
Pressure sensitive products......................................................
Single faced ta p e .................................................................
Paper backin g..................................................................
Cloth backing, except electrical...........................................
Reinforced and laminated t a p e ............................................
Other backings, except rubber............................................
Double faced t a p e ...............................................................
Unprinted pressure sensitive la b e ls........................................
Pressure sensitive base s t o c k ...............................................
Base stock for la b e ls.........................................................
Pressure sensitive base stock for other than la b e ls................
Other coated and processed paper, n.e.c...................................
Special coated paper and casein and similarly coated papers.....
Other coated and processed paper, n.e.c.................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

2641-6
2641-9
2641-11

0.9
0
-.1

12/82
12/82
12/82

126.9
127.0
120.3

127.0
127.0
122.4

127.0
127.1
120.3

.6
1.0
1.9

0
.1
-1.7

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/87
12/82
12/87
12/82
12/87
12/82
12/82
12/87
04/83
12/82
12/82
12/87
12/82

114.7
126.9
121.6
107.8
117.8
112.4
106.6
102.0
132.5
136.2
116.1
142.6
120.3
127.6
115.1
119.8

(3)
129.5
123.0
109.8
119.6
(3)
108.5
103.8
132.5
136.5
116.8
143.6
120.3
128.0
115.8
119.8

113.5
129.5
123.1
109.7
119.6
114.4
107.3
(3)
132.5
136.5
117.5
143.9
122.5
128.0
115.7
119.8

1.3
3.1
4.4
4.2
3.4
5.9
4.7
(3)
4.3
1.1
7.3
7.9
5.2
3.5
4.7
2.2

(3)

(3)
-1.1
(3)
0
0
.6
.2
1.8
0
-.1
0

12/82
12/87

131.2
104.1

134.2
107.9

134.2
107.9

5.4
5.7

0
0

12/84
12/84
12/84

115.5
115.0
115.0

114.2
114.1
114.1

114.0
113.9
113.9

.4
1.3
1.3

-.2
-.2
-.2

2643-P

12/83
12/83

147.8
149.9

146.7
149.0

149.4
152.2

3.5
3.8

1.8
2.1

2643-1
2643-113
2643-1131
2643-11311
2643-1132
2643-11322
2643-151
2643-2

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

200.3
223.8
177.0
380.0
345.5
337.9
127.0
122.0

200.3
223.5
176.8
378.9
345.0
337.1
126.9
120.1

211.2
238.3
188.3
403.6
368.3
359.1
124.2
120.9

8.3
9.5
5.3
15.2
15.6
15.7
-3.3
-.7

5.4
6.6
6.5
6.5
6.8
6.5
-2.1
.7

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

133.0
133.5
98.7
98.3
152.9
138.0
155.5

130.8
131.2
99.0
98.7
153.0
138.0
155.6

131.6
132.0
97.6
97.2
152.9
138.0
155.4

-.8
-1.5
-12.6
-13.2
5.2
12.3
4.2

.6
.6
-1.4
-1.5
-.1
0
-.1

12/83
12/83
12/83

132.2
125.7
155.9

129.7
125.7
150.2

129.8
125.7
150.3

-1.8
0
-3.5

.1
0
.1

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

119.7
120.2
117.3
118.0
116.0
115.7
120.3
123.2
123.2

120.4
120.8
118.5
120.4
119.2
115.9
121.8
123.2
123.2

120.4
120.7
118.4
119.5
118.2
115.6
122.3
123.2
123.2

6.1
5.9
6.5
11.8
7.8
5.8
7.0
5.3
5.3

0
-.1
-.1
-.7
-.8
-.3
.4
0
0

12/84
12/84
12/84

113.9
(3)
119.1

117.6
(3
)
119.5

(3)
(3)
119.7

(3
)
(3)
6.9

(3)
(3)
.2

2646-P
2646-2
2646-251

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

110.4
110.5
110.8
(3)

111.7
111.9
112.2

3.7
3.8
4.0

2646-298

06/85

130.8

06/83

120.9

2645

2646

2647

3.2
3.8
3.6

2643

Sanitary paper products........................................................................

110.6
109.4
111.7

2642-P
2642-1

Pressed and molded pulp g o o d s .............................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Other molded pulp g o o d s .............................................................
Molded pulp plates and d ish e s....................................................
Other molded pulp and papier mache articles, excluding statuary and
art g o o d s ...........................................................................

109.6
109.4
111.8

2642

Die-cut paper and b o a rd .......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Die-cut office supplies and miscellaneous products...........................
Index c a r d s ..............................................................................
Expanding file folders, including w allets........................................
Other file folders, including hanging folders ...................................
Other die-cut products...............................................................
Pasted, lined, laminated or surface coated paperboard.......................
Pasted, lined, laminated or surface coated paperboard ...................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
R e s a le s ..................................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

111.2
109.4
110.8

2641-312
2641-331
2641-4
2641-4A
2641-413
2641-433
2641-453
2641-459
2641-46
2641-47
2641-48
2641-481
2641-485
2641 -B
2641-B15
2641-B98
2641-SM
2641-S
2641- S S S

Bags, except textile b a g s .......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Grocers’ and variety bags (paper) and wardrobe, shopping, and other
b a g s ....................................................................................
Grocers’ bags and sacks, paper ..................................................
Grocers’ sacks, p a p e r.............................................................
1/6 barrel...........................................................................
Grocers’ bags, p a p e r..............................................................
Greater than 5 lb. but less than 13 l b .....................................
Shopping bags, all m aterials.......................................................
Polyethylene combinations, including polyethylene and foil combinations
Polyethylene combinations, including polyethylene and foil
com binations......................................................................
Unsupported film .......................................................................
Polyethylene..........................................................................
Resale household bags, all materials (garbage, lunch, sandwich, etc.)
Film .....................................................................................
Shipping sacks and multiwall bags, all materials, except textile............
Single and double w a ll...............................................................
Multiwall (three or more plies) .....................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................
Miscellaneous plastics products..................................................

12/87
12/87
12/87

2641-1
2641-113
2641-3

Envelopes ..........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Envelopes, all typ e s.....................................................................

2643-2B
2643-2C
2643-261
2643-29
2643-295
2643-3
2643-311
2643-351
2643-SM
2643-S
2643-SSS
3079-S

2645-P
2645-1
2645-111
2645-112
2645-114
2645-199
2645-2
2645-211
2645-SM
2645-M
2645-Z89
2645-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Oct.
19892

48

0
.1
-.1
0

110.8
111.0
111.2
(3)

(3)

-.8
-.8
-.9
(3
)

138.2

131.3

-3.0

-5.0

128.6

127.9

12.9

-.5

(3
)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

Nov.
19892

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

121.1
110.5
141.4
123.1
124.7
121.7
117.7
105.3

129.4
110.6
141.7
133.0
124.4
121.1
116.7
(3)

06/83
06/83

134.4
132.5

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

128.7
110.6
141.7
132.1
124.2
120.8
116.3
105.9

13.4
1.3
2.7
15.6
7.3
6.2
5.9
.6

-0.5
0
0
-.7
-.2
-.2
-.3
(3)

134.4
132.5

134.4
132.5

7.5
6.9

0
0

124.9
129.1
110.6
108.5
134.5
119.5
134.6
127.3
141.1
114.6

124.7
129.0
110.6
108.5
134.4
118.4
129.3
126.7
141.5
115.9

124.5
129.4
110.6
108.5
134.9
119.7
130.5
126.7
142.7
115.9

3.9
5.3
1.8
.2
6.2
1.4
6.7
5.0
4.7
7.5

-.2
.3
0
0
.4
1.1
.9
0
.8
0

06/85
06/85

105.6
108.9

104.7
107.5

104.2
106.7

1.7
2.6

-.5
-.7

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

110.8
110.2
116.1
102.0
99.4
105.2
111.5
116.8
117.8
129.4
123.4

111.0
110.3
116.1
102.0
99.4
105.2
111.7
116.8
117.8
135.2
132.6

110.6
110.1
116.1
102.0
99.4
105.2
111.4
115.4
116.4
135.1
132.4

2.1
1.8
.8
.2
.4
0
2.5
-.4
-.4
14.5
8.4

-.4
-.2
0
0
0
0
-.3
-1.2
-1.2
-.1
-.2

06/85

100.6

100.6

100.3

-.2

-.3

06/85

116.7

117.5

117.5

4.5

0

06/85

106.9

107.1

105.7

.3

-1.3

12/84

117.7

118.1

118.3

3.6

.2

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

115.7
114.8
114.8
119.9
119.2
108.9
109.2
128.3
113.1

116.7
115.7
115.7
123.6
119.2
107.8
110.6
130.2
114.3

117.1
116.2
116.2
123.6
119.9
108.6
110.6
130.5
114.9

4.4
4.4
4.4
(3)
(3)
.9
1.7
7.3
5.1

.3
.4
.4
0
.6
.7
0
.2
.5

12/83

125.1

126.5

126.3

4.3

-.2

2653-P
2653-1
2653-112
2653-11201
2653-11202
2653-11203
2653-11204
2653-113

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
06/87
06/87
06/87
06/87
03/80

143.8
144.4
143.1
147.3
115.3
114.5
103.7
114.6
142.0

143.8
144.4
143.1
147.8
115.3
114.5
108.1
114.4
142.0

144.0
144.7
143.4
147.8
115.3
114.5
108.0
114.4
142.0

1.0
1.0
1.1
.9
3.8
.4
-.7
-.3
1.8

.1
.2
.2
0
0
0
-.1
0
0

2653-116
2653-118
2653-119

03/80
03/80
03/80

154.9
131.4
138.7

154.1
131.0
138.7

156.2
131.2
138.8

3.5
1.3
.6

1.4
.2
.1

2653-11901
2653-11902
2653-11903
2653-3

06/87
06/87
06/87
03/80

117.0
112.9
108.5
148.7

117.7
112.9
108.3
148.1

117.3
112.9
108.6
148.0

3.7
2.0
-.3
.5

-.3
0
.3
-.1

12/85

Sanitary paper products— Continued
Primary products............................................................................
Sanitary napkins and tam p o n s.......................................................
T a m p o n s.................................................................................
Sanitary tissue health products......................................................
Table napkins, including plain creped, and facial tis su e ...................
Industrial (bulk and dispenser type)...........................................
Regular type, single p l y ........................................................
Disposable diapers, except diaper liners and adult diapers, p a p e r.....
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................

117.5

117.6

117.8

3.6

.2

2647-P
2647-1
2647-151
2647-2
2647-22
2647-221
2647-221A
2647-287
2647-SM
2647-S
2647-SSS

Stationery products..............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Stationery ..................................................................................
Boxed stationery and portfolios...................................................
Tablets and related products.........................................................
Correspondence type tablets......................................................
Tablets and pads, except legal and m em o....................................
Notebooks...............................................................................
Looseleaf fillers (school and commercial typ e s).............................
Other tablets and related products..............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................

2648

Converted paper products, n.e.c..............................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Wrapping products (gift wrap type)..................................................
Wallcoverings..............................................................................
Paper wallcoverings...................................................................
Other wallcoverings...................................................................
Other converted paper and board products......................................
Business machine su p p lie s.........................................................
Rolls for business m achines.....................................................
Novelties, games, displays, and similar products.............................
Other novelties, games, displays, and similar products..................
Industrial paper and board products.............................................
Other industrial paper and board products..................................
Miscellaneous paper products.....................................................
Other miscellaneous paper & board products, including labels,
draperies, shelf paper, etc...................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2649

Paperboard containers and b o x e s...........................................................

265

Setup paperboard b o x e s.......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Setup paperboard boxes (classified by end use) ...............................
Textiles, wearing apparel, and h osiery..........................................
Department stores and other retail sto re s .....................................
Confections..............................................................................
Cosmetics, including s o a p ..........................................................
Stationery and office supplies......................................................
All other end uses, n.e.c.............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2652

Corrugated and solid fiber b o x e s.............................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Corrugated shipping containers......................................................
For foods and beve rage s...........................................................
For canned and bottled foods and beverages.............................
For fresh fruits and vege tab les.................................................
For dry goods .......................................................................
For all food and beverage uses not specified.............................
For paper and allied products......................................................
For metal products and machinery, equipment and supplies, except
electrical............................................................................
For electrical machinery, equipment, supplies and appliances...........
For all other uses not specified a b o v e ..........................................
For chemicals and drugs, including paints, varnishes, cosmetics and
soaps .............................................................................
For lumber and wood products, including furniture.......................
For all other u s e s ...................................................................
Corrugated paperboard in sheets and rolls, lined and unlined..............

2653

Fiber cans, drums and similar products....................................................

2655

2648-P
2648-1
2648-111
2648-2
2648-251
2648-254
2648-257
2648-261
2648-269
2648-SM
2648-S
2648-SSS

2649-P
2649-2
2649-3
2649-3A
2649-3B
2649-5
2649-5A
2649-511
2649-5C
2649-547
2649-5D
2649-569
2649-5E
2649-598
2649-SM
2649-S

2652-P
2652-1
2652-121
2652-131
2652-141
2652-151
2652-161
2652-198
2652-SM
2652-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Oct.
19892

49

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

Fiber cans, drums and similar products— Continued
Primary products............................................................................
Paperboard fiber drums with metal, wood, plastic or paperboard ends ....
Fiber cans, tubes, and similar fiber products....................................
Cans, all fiber and com posite......................................................
Food products .......................................................................
All other food products, excluding pet fo o d ..............................
Non-food products.................................................................
All other non-food products, including pet fo o d .........................
Cores and tubes .......................................................................
Paperboard cones, reels, spools, bobbins, and b lo ck s.....................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2655-P
2655-1
2655-2
2655-221
2655-221A
2655-22113
2655-221B
2655-22117
2655-231
2655-271
2655-SM
2655-S

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85

117.1
122.8
115.5
116.9
108.2
108.6
125.0
109.5
113.0
114.4

117.1
122.8
115.6
117.0
108.3
108.6
125.2
109.5
113.0
114.4

117.4
122.8
115.8
117.0
108.3
108.6
125.2
109.5
113.2
118.5

Nov. 1988

3.2
.1
4.0
5.9
4.7
3.7
7.0
4.1
1.0
4.6

Oct. 1989

0.3
0
.2
0
0
0
0
0
.2
3.6

12/85

122.4

122.4

122.4

7.7

0

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

124.2
122.9
108.3
134.8
135.8
123.8
123.9

124.9
123.7
110.4
135.2
135.8
123.9
123.9

125.1
124.0
111.0
135.2
135.8
124.5
124.7

9.6
11.3
7.8
11.6
12.1
13.7
17.6

.2
.2
.5
0
0
.5
.6

06/85
12/88

132.3
100.0

132.3
100.0

132.3
100.0

4.2
(3)

0
0

12/83
12/83

125.3
124.4

126.7
125.9

126.7
125.9

7.2
7.4

0
0

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
02/84
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/88
12/83
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
12/88

124.5
121.6
116.6
116.0
109.3
119.1
117.6
101.7
120.4
125.3
133.0
120.4
108.9
106.3
110.1
127.1
108.1
135.7
114.8
112.5
119.9
100.3
109.4

126.2
125.0
117.7
119.0
112.6
121.3
116.8
103.2
120.4
130.1
135.3
121.4
112.5
111.6
112.7
128.0
107.0
136.2
114.9
114.6
117.0
(3
)
109.6

126.2
125.5
113.8
110.1
98.1
121.3
117.6
102.7
120.9
134.9
135.5
121.6
112.5
111.6
112.7
128.0
108.1
136.3
115.2
114.5
117.0
(3)
110.7

7.7
10.9
.4
-2.7
(3
)
3.9
(3)
(3
)
9.4
(3)
9.6
9.6
6.3
8.3
5.2
7.5
(3
)
6.1
5.2
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

0
.4
-3.3
-7.5
-12.9
0
.7
-.5
.4
3.7
.1
.2
0
0
0
0
1.0
.1
.3
-.1
0
(3)
1.0

Sanitary food containers.......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Milk and milk-type cartons, including juices and other beverages.........
Cups and liquid-tight containers......................................................
Drinking cups and portion serving c u p s ........................................
Other sanitary food containers, boards, and trays, except folding.........
Pressed plates, dishes, spoons and similar products.......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................

2656

Folding paperboard b o x e s .....................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Folding paperboard boxes, except sanitary food containers, classified
by end u s e ...........................................................................
Dry food and produce, incl. pet and animal fo o d .............................
Bottled and canned beverages....................................................
Bottled b everages..................................................................
Non-alcoholic beverages......................................................
Alcoholic b everages.............................................................
Canned beverages.................................................................
Alcoholic b everages.............................................................
Soaps and detergents................................................................
Tobacco ..................................................................................
Hardware and household supp lies...............................................
Candy .....................................................................................
Cosmetics and medicinal products ...............................................
Co sm e tics.............................................................................
Medicinal products.................................................................
Paper goods or products, including book m ailers............................
Folding carry-out boxes and trays for retail fo o d .............................
All other end uses, n.e.c.............................................................
Folding sanitary containers for liquid, moist, oily or perishable foods
Bakery, fresh and frozen ............................................................
Butter and ice cream packages and food p a ils...............................
Processed meat, margarine, lard and shortening ............................
Other frozen foods ....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................

2657

Building paper and building board m ills....................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Board: asphalt, hardpressed, insulation, roofing, etc............................
1/2 inch..................................................................................

2661

Printing, publishing, and allied industries..................................................

27

12/84

124.9

125.9

126.2

5.1

.2

Newspaper publishing ...........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Circulation..................................................................................
Subscriptions...........................................................................
Through intermediary..............................................................
Direct to re ad e r.....................................................................
Single copy s a le s ......................................................................
Through intermediary..............................................................
Direct to read e r.....................................................................
Advertising..................................................................................
Classified advertising.................................................................
Retail, manufacturing & other comm’l. advt’g, exc classifieds and
insertion of preprinted a d s ....................................................
National advertising ................................................................
Local, regional and other advertising.........................................
Insertion of preprinted a d s .........................................................
Insertion of preprinted a d s .......................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Other secondary products..........................................................

2711

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

207.1
209.3
174.7
181.6
180.6
189.5
160.1
164.9
155.8
220.1
238.4

208.8
210.8
174.6
180.5
179.1
190.5
162.3
169.7
155.8
222.0
240.9

209.5
211.5
175.4
181.8
180.6
190.5
162.0
169.0
155.8
222.7
240.9

6.4
6.3
2.3
2.7
2.5
3.4
1.6
3.5
0
7.3
7.6

.3
.3

12/79
12/79
12/79
06/86
06/86

216.2
259.0
210.5
110.7
110.7

217.9
259.0
212.6
111.7
111.7

219.0
261.4
213.4
111.7
111.7

7.5
6.6
7.7
3.6
3.6

.4

12/79
12/79

161.6
162.0

168.7
169.3

168.6
169.3

9.6

-.1

9.9

0

2656-P
2656-1
2656-2
2656-235
2656-5
2656-511
2656-SM
2656-S
2656-SSS

2657-P
2657-1
2657-114
2657-121
2657-1211
2657-12111
2657-12112
2657-1212
2657-12122
2657-131
2657-141
2657-151
2657-161
2657-171
2657-17101
2657-17102
2657-181
2657-195
2657-198
2657-2
2657-201
2657-202
2657-203
2657-204
2657-SM
2657-S

2661-P
2661-1
2661-111

2711-P
2711-6
2711-61
2711-611
2711-612
2711-62
2711-621
2711-622
2711-7
2711-71
2711-72
2711-721
2711-722
2711-73
2711-731
2711 -SM
2711-S
2711-SSS

See footnotes at end of table.




50

12/83

128.6

129.1

129.1

4.4

0

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85

114.7
115.5
107.0
96.4

114.8
115.5
106.8
96.1

114.8
115.5
106.8
96.1

4.0
4.1
3.5
-4.8

0
0
0
0

.5
.7
.8
0

-.2
-.4
0
.3
0
.5

.9
.0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

Book Publishing................................................................................
Primary products.........................................................................
Textbooks...............................................................................
Elementary textbooks.............................................................
Hardbound.........................................................................
High school textbooks............................................................
Hardbound.........................................................................
College textbooks..................................................................
Hardbound........................................................................
Paperbound.......................................................................
W orkbooks...........................................................................
Elementary w orkbooks........................................................
High school and college workbooks.......................................
Technical, scientific and professional b o o k s .................................
Law books ...........................................................................
Hardbound.........................................................................
Medical b o o k s ......................................................................
Hardbound.........................................................................
Business and other technical, scientific and professional b o o k s.....
Hardbound.........................................................................
Paperbound.......................................................................
Religious b o o k s .......................................................................
Bibles and testaments ...........................................................
Other religious books, including hymnals and devotionals............
Paperbound.......................................................................
General, m ass market, adult trade, juvenile, book club and mail order
b o ....................................................................................
Book club b o o k s ...................................................................
Hardbound........................................................................
M ass market, adult trade and juvenile b o o k s..............................
M a ss market books, rack siz e ...............................................

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

192.7
199.2
217.4
193.5
180.2
218.5
195.5
190.6
198.6
201.8
230.3
222.4
242.1

196.4
203.1
222.5
195.8
180.2
225.1
197.8
191.5
205.3
201.8
236.8
235.6
247.0

196.8
203.5
223.1
195.8
180.2
225.1
200.0
195.4
205.3
202.5
236.7
235.6
246.8

5.5
5.9
8.0
3.3
3.4
3.0
6.7
7.3
6.6
5.6
8.7
14.0
7.5

0.2
.2
.3
0
0
0
1.1
2.0
0
•3
0
0
-.1

2721-65311

06/86

121.8

125.0

124.8

8.6

-.2

2721-65312
2721-663
2721-73
2721-737
2721 -C
2721-3
2721-307
2721-317
2721-5
2721-54
2721-543
2721-545
2721-55
2721-553

06/86
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
02/80
12/79
12/79

119.3
210.2
156.5
159.5
178.4
200.9
167.9
204.4
176.0
160.4
149.6
171.9
190.0
207.1

120.5
210.2
166.1
170.3
181.0
203.6
168.5
204.6
178.8
162.8
149.6
176.7
193.1
212.6

120.5
210.2
166.1
170.3
181.2
203.6
168.5
204.6
179.1
162.8
149.6
176.7
193.6
212.6

5.4
3.4
10.6
10.9
3.2
4.1
5.0
3.6
3.0
2.3
1.8
2.8
3.8
4.1

0
0
0
0
.1
0
0
0
.2
0
0
0
.3
0

2721-55311

06/86

114.8

119.9

119.9

9.1

0

2721-55312
2721-555

06/86
12/79

119.9
165.9

121.3
165.9

121.3
167.0

.2
3.2

0
.7

2721-55511
2721-56
2721-7A
2721-703
2721-71701
2721-71702
2721-SM
2721-S
2721-S S S
2731-S

06/86

116.9

116.9

118.0

4.4

.9

12/79
12/79
06/86
02/86

152.9
174.3
105.4
121.5

152.9
174.3
105.4
121.3

153.2
174.3
105.4
124.3

2.8
4.6
0
2.6

.2
0
0
2.5

12/79
12/79
12/79

149.5
226.5
137.8

153.5
226.5
142.3

153.5
226.5
142.3

3.0
1.7
3.3

0
0
0

12/84

125.8

126.7

127.3

4.9

.5

2731-P
2731-1
2731-1A
2731-111
2731-1B
2731-113
2731-1C
2731-115
2731-116
2731-12
2731-121
2731-123
2731-3
2731-31
2731-315
2731-32
2731-325
2731-34
2731-345
2731-347
2731-4
2731-415
2731-44
2731-447

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

166.1
168.4
200.5
214.3
216.2
197.1
203.7
196.4
195.4
200.1
205.2
204.9
184.8
155.0
156.2
152.1
150.5
149.6
158.4
155.3
166.9
161.6
139.3
177.2
232.3

167.3
169.3
203.5
217.8
221.4
207.5
214.5
197.9
197.0
200.1
205.2
204.9
184.8
155.4
156.9
153.1
151.3
150.6
158.0
154.7
166.9
165.4
149.1
177.0
231.8

168.2
170.2
205.1
217.8
221.4
209.3
214.5
200.6
200.1
200.3
205.2
204.9
184.8
155.6
156.5
152.4
152.0
151.4
159.0
156.3
166.9
165.4
149.1
177.0
231.8

5.1
5.1
7.8
10.1
15.6
8.1
7.4
6.5
6.7
5.2
9.6
9.5
9.9
4.1
3.3
3.7
2.6
3.1
5.8
7.0
3.9
8.4
7.6
8.8
16.7

.5
.5
.8
0
0
.9
0
1.4
1.6
.1
0
0
0
.1
-.3
-.5
.5
.5
.6
1.0
0
0
0
0
0

2731-5
2731-B
2731-B15
2731-56
2731-A

12/80
08/84
08/84
06/88
12/80

150.8
121.4
122.8
109.3
166.7

149.3
124.5
126.4
107.1
159.4

150.5
124.9
126.9
108.2
164.1

2.4
.7
5.5
2.4
.9

.8
.3
.4
1.0
2.9

273

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19892

2721-P
2721-A
2721-2
2721-211
2721-215
2721-4
2721-411
2721-413
2721-415
2721-6
2721-643
2721-653

Periodical publishing..........................................................................
Primary products.........................................................................
Advertising..............................................................................
Farm periodicals ...................................................................
General farm periodicals......................................................
Specialized farm periodicals..................................................
Business periodicals...............................................................
Industrial periodicals............................................................
Merchandising periodicals.....................................................
Professional periodicals........................................................
General periodicals................................................................
Women’s periodicals............................................................
General and special interest periodicals..................................
Special interest (primarily hobby, entertainment, outdoor sports
and auto) ..................................................................
General interest (inc. general articles, pictures, fiction,
nonfiction, travel and hum or)........................................
General news periodicals.....................................................
Other periodicals....................................................................
Other periodicals, n.e.c.........................................................
Circulation...............................................................................
Business periodicals...............................................................
Industrial periodicals............................................................
Professional periodicals........................................................
General periodicals................................................................
Women’s periodicals............................................................
Subscriptions...................................................................
Single copy s a le s .............................................................
General and special interest periodicals..................................
Subscriptions...................................................................
Special interest (primarily hobby, entertainment, outdoor
sports and au to)......................................................
General interest (inc. general articles, pictures, fiction,
nonfiction, travel and humor) .....................................
Single copy s a le s .............................................................
Special interest (primarily hobby, entertainment, outdoor
sports and au to )......................................................
General news periodicals.....................................................
Other periodicals...................................................................
Religious periodicals............................................................
Subscriptions...................................................................
Single copy s a le s .............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...............................
Secondary products..................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................
Book publishing.....................................................................
B o o k s .............................................................................................

Oct.
19892

51

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
July
19892

Book Publishing— Continued
Adult trade and juvenile b o o k s...............................................
Adult tra d e ......................................................................
Hardbound....................................................................
Paperbound, including m ass market other than rack s i z e .....
Juvenile b o o k s ................................................................
Hardbound....................................................................
Paperbound..................................................................
General reference books ...........................................................
Encyclopedias .......................................................................
Dictionaries and thesauruses...................................................
O ther...................................................................................
Other books, excluding pamphlets ...............................................
Other books, n.e.c..................................................................
Hardbound.........................................................................
Pamphlets (5-48 pages) ............................................................
Other pam phlets....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...............................
R e s a le s ...............................................................................
Secondary products..................................................................
Book printing....................................................................................
Primary products.........................................................................
Books, printing and binding, lithographic.......................................
College textbooks..................................................................
Technical, scientific, business, and professional b o o k s .................
Hardbound.........................................................................
Paperbound.......................................................................
General consumer and trade books ..........................................
Hardbound.........................................................................
Paperbound.......................................................................
All other books, n.e.c. including religious books, dictionaries,
atlases, etc......................................................................
Hardbound.........................................................................
Paperbound........................................................................
Books, printing only or printing and binding, other than lithographic...
Printing and binding................................................................
Pamphlets, workbooks, and tests, printing only or printing and binding
Lithographic printing...............................................................
Workbooks and t e sts...........................................................
Printing and binding..........................................................
Secondary products..................................................................
Commercial printing, lithographic...............................................




2731-D
2731-D4
2731-D41
2731-D47
2731-D5
2731-D51
2731-D53
2731-7
2731-721
2731-741
2731-749
2731-8
2731-8B
2731-815
2731-9
2731-959
2731-SM
2731-Z89
2731-S
2732
2732-P
2732-2
2732-2B
2732-2C
2732-228
2732-229
2732-2D
2732-232
2732-234
2732-2F
2732-242
2732-244
2732-8
2732-82
2732-9
2732-91
2732-915
2732-91502
2732-S
2752-S

52

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

06/88
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
04/81
04/81
04/81
12/80
06/88

108.6
139.5
136.1
147.3
146.3
146.6
145.6
148.3
147.8
144.8
164.3
120.9
120.5
123.6
146.4
100.8

107.7
138.1
133.7
147.6
146.4
146.7
145.6
152.3
153.6
147.7
164.3
120.9
120.5
123.6
146.4
100.8

107.8
138.2
133.1
148.8
146.4
146.7
145.6
152.3
153.6
147.7
164.3
120.9
120.5
123.6
146.4
100.8

3.2
2.8
2.5
3.0
4.6
4.2
(3)
4.9
6.1
7.5
.1
.8
.2
1.1
0
0

0.1
.1
-.4
.8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

06/88
12/80

101.2
159.9

104.7
164.4

104.7
164.4

3.5
5.1

0
0

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

121.2
123.7
120.4
123.7
123.8
115.0
131.9
118.9
121.5
115.2

122.1
124.9
122.1
125.2
125.8
114.3
136.3
119.6
122.8
114.9

122.2
125.0
122.3
125.2
127.1
117.0
136.3
119.5
122.7
114.8

4.3
4.7
3.7
4.5
3.8
2.2
4.9
2.8
3.5
1.5

.1
.1
.2
0
1.0
2.4
0
-.1
-.1
-.1

12/83
12/83
12/83

115.9
118.0
110.2

115.4
118.0
108.4

115.4
118.0
108.4

2.4
(3)
(3)

0
0
0

12/83

116.8

116.7

116.7

4.7

0

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

128.7
145.5
133.3
107.4
107.6

128.7
145.5
133.3
107.4
107.6

128.7
145.5
(3)

1.5
4.2
(3)
(3)
(3)

O
(3)

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

0
0
(3)
(3)
(3)

Table

5.

Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their

p r o d u c t s — Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Nov. 1989 from —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Product
code

Industry
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

M isce lla n e o u s publish in g ..........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..................................................................................................
C a ta lo g s and dire ctories, p u b lis h in g ........................................................
D ir e c to rie s ......................................................................................................
T e le p h o n e ..................................................................................................
O the r, inclu din g busin e ss re fe re n ce s e rv ic e s ...............................
B usine ss se rvice p u b lic a tio n s .....................................................................
O th e r b usin e ss se rvice publica tio ns, lo o se le a f a nd hardb ou n d .
O th e r m iscellan eo u s p u b lis h in g ..................................................................
S ho p pin g n e w s .............................................................................................
O th e r m iscellan eo u s p ub lica tio ns (alm anacs, ye arbo oks, e t c . ) ..
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ....................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................

2741-P
2741-1
2741-11
2741-113
2741-115
2741-2
2741-215
2741-3
2741-321
2741-398
2741-SM
2741-M
2741-S

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
09/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

128.4
129.0
122.6
123.5
133.0
107.4
126.4
133.7
135.5
149.3
155.2

129.8
130.3
123.5
124.4
133.0
109.6
126.9
134.6
137.8
149.4
155.3

129.0
129.5
123.5
124.4
133.0
109.6
126.9
134.6
135.9
149.4
155.3

3.4
3.4
2.4
2.7
1.7
4.7
3.9
6.6
3.8
6.6
4.2

-0.6
-.6
0
0
0
0
0
0
-1.4
0
0

06/84
06/84

113.9
124.7

114.1
126.5

114.1
124.7

.2
4.9

0
-1.4

Nov. 1988

Oct. 1989

12/84

116.1

117.0

117.1

4.5

.1

2752-P
2752-1

124.7
124.9
120.8

125.7
125.9
121.7

125.9
126.1
121.9

5.1
5.1
4.4

.2
.2
.2

2752-11
2752-112
2752-114
2752-2
2752-21
2752-212
2752-217
2752-3
2752-31
2752-312
2752-314
2752-32
2752-32A
2752-322
2752-32B
2752-324
2752-326
2752-4
2752-4A
2752-412
2752-414
2752-4B
2752-416
2752-418

12/88
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/88
08/82
06/82
06/82
12/88
06/82
06/82
12/88
06/82
12/88
06/82
12/88
12/88
06/82
12/88
12/88
12/88
06/82
12/88
12/88

100.6
122.2
120.1
119.1
103.7
117.1
141.1
121.8
102.9
132.6
114.5
102.3
120.6
101.7
129.7
102.0

101.3
124.6
120.6
119.4
104.0
117.5

101.4
124.6
120.7
121.0
103.7
117.2
141.1
123.6
104.8
134.5
116.7
103.0
121.5
102.5
130.3
103.7
103.2
124.9
102.9
106.3

(3)

2752

(3)

124.4
103.2
106.3
100.5
121.9
102.9
103.3

(3)

123.9
104.8
134.7
116.7
103.8
122.8
(3)

130.3
103.7
103.2
124.9
102.9
106.3
(3)

(3)

122.4
103.4

122.4
103.4

(3)

(3)

4.2
4.6
4.9
(3)
(3)

6.8
4.7

.1
0
.1
1.3
-.3
-.3
(3)

2.9

-.2
0
-.1
0
-.8
-1.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

6.2
3.7
(3)

11.7

0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
(3)

3.7
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)

3.6
(3)
(3)

4.1

0
0
(3)

(3)

0
0
.1
.1

17.9

.2

-.7

0
0

2752-4C
2752-421
2752-5
2752-51
2752-512
2752-514
2752-52
2752-52A
2752-522
2752-52B
2752-526
2752-53
2752-536

06/82
12/88
06/82
12/88
06/82
06/82
12/88

124.3
104.4
126.5
107.1
155.9
120.6
103.4

125.1
105.2
127.5
107.7
158.7
119.3
104.2

125.1
105.2
127.6
107.8
159.0
119.3
104.2

12/88
06/82
12/88
06/82
12/88

103.0
126.5
103.9
100.0
101.1

103.6
127.6
104.8
100.0
101.1

(3)

(3)

127.6
104.8
100.4
101.5

(3)

2752-55
2752-551
2752-553
2752-6
2752-621
2752-63
2752-636
2752-644
2752-647
2752-691
2752-696
2752-698
2752-699
2752-SM
2752-M
2752-XY9
2752-Z89
2752-S
2732-S
2752-SSS

12/88
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/88
06/82
04/83
12/88
12/88
12/88
06/82

103.2
120.4
132.8
128.3
130.8
139.1
109.4
131.0
115.0
105.4
105.1
103.1
157.4

104.6
122.5
133.0
129.1

104.6
122.5
133.0
129.5

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

132.7
115.0
105.7
105.1
104.2
159.7

132.7
115.0
105.5
107.0
103.9
161.3

10.2

06/82
06/82
08/82
06/82
06/82
06/82

115.7
108.6
119.1
125.7
120.0
133.2

118.2
110.8
121.8
126.3
120.9
133.2

119.4
110.6
123.6
126.4
121.2
133.2

6.8
.8
9.6
5.2
5.1
4.2

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19892

06/82
06/82
06/82

C o m m e rcial prin ting .

Commercial printing, lithographic..........................................................
Primary products.........................................................................
Lithographic magazine and periodical printing................................
Magazines and periodicals (excluding magazine and comic
supplements for Sunday newspapers)..................................
Sheet-fed..........................................................................
W eb -fe d ............................................................................
Lithographic label and wrapper printing........................................
Printed custom and stock la b e ls..............................................
Sheet-fed flat printed labels (ex. pressure sensitive)..................
Pressure sensitive labels (flat and ro lls)..................................
Lithographic catalog and directory printing....................................
Catalogs, including direct mail ..................................................
Sheet-fed..........................................................................
W eb-fe d............................................................................
Directories............................................................................
Telephone directories..........................................................
W eb-fed..........................................................................
Other directories.................................................................
Sheet-fed .......................................................................
Web-fed.........................................................................
Lithographic financial and legal printing........................................
S E C filing and prospectuses....................................................
Sheet-fed..........................................................................
W eb -fe d ............................................................................
Annual reports and other corporate finanicial printing ...................
Sheet-fed..........................................................................
W eb-fe d............................................................................
Other financial and legal printing, (including insurance forms,
security certificates,etc.) ....................................................
Sheet-fed..........................................................................
Lithographic advertising printing..................................................
Direct m ail............................................................................
Sheet-fed..........................................................................
Web-fed ............................................................................
Display advertising.................................................................
Posters, (including outdoor advertising, car cards) ....................
Sheet-fed .......................................................................
Counter and floor disp lays....................................................
Sheet-fed .......................................................................
Preprinted newspaper inserts...................................................
Web-fed sections ................................................................
Other advertising printing, (including brochures, pamphlets, catalog
sheet, etc.)......................................................................
Sheet-fed..........................................................................
W eb-fe d............................................................................
Other lithographic general job printing ..........................................
Map, atlas, and globe cover printing..........................................
Calendars and calendar p a d s ..................................................
Sheet-fed..........................................................................
Ticket, coupon, and food and beverage check printing.................
Playing cards, printed.............................................................
Business forms, except manifold..............................................
Quick printing .......................................................................
All other general commercial printing, n.e.c., sheet-fed.................
All other general commercial printing, n.e.c., web-fed ..................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...............................
Miscellaneous receipts..............................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts..........................
R e s a le s ...............................................................................
Secondary products..................................................................
Book printing ........................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................

Oct.
19892

53

139.4

(3)

6.0

(3)
(3)

0
0

4.8
1.7
(3)

6.2
4.6
4.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

12.9

.4
.4

0
0
0
.3
(3)
(3)
(3)

0
0
-.2

1.8
-.3

1.0
1.0
-.2

1.5
.1
.2

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
1 9892

C o m m e rcial prin ting , lith o g ra p h ic— C o ntin u ed
C o m m e rcial prin ting , n .e .c........................................................................................
L etterpress g en eral jo b printing ........................................................................
M a n ifold b usiness f o r m s ..........................................................................................

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2759-S
2759-6S
276 1 -S

131.5
106.8
130.0

131.5
106.8
130.1

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 8 /8 2

108.5
107.4
106.8

108.6
107.5
106.8

108.7
107.5
107.0

2754-133
2754-2
2754-22
2754-221

0 8 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

108.2
119.2
120.1
121.1

108.2
119.5
120.1
121.1

108.3
119.5
120.1
121.1

2754-23
2754-5
2754-6
2754-695
2754-SM
2754-S
2754-SS S

0 6 /8 2

116.2

117.1

(3)

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

123.7
119.6

124.3
120.3

124.3
120.3

5.1
4.7

0
0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

117.5
114.3

118.3
116.3

118.3
116.2

7.5
2.3

0
-.1

0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 8

134.0
102.3
131.3
121.6
117.5
112.8
129.8
138.1
136.6
126.1
102.3

135.0
102.9
132.0
121.8
117.8
116.3
129.8
138.2
136.7
128.2
105.4

134.8
102.9
132.0
121.8
117.8
116.3
129.8
138.2
136.7
128.2
105.4

3.5
(3)
3.3
2.6
1.5
8.6
4.9
3.2
3.3
5.3

-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

132.2
126.8
116.7
116.7
107.0
121.1

2 759

M a n ifo ld b u sin e ss f o r m s ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
U n it s e t f o r m s ..................................................................................................................
S to ck, inclu din g im p rin te d ........................................................................................
C a r b o n ........................................................................................................................
C a r b o n le s s ................................................................................................................
C u stom p r in t e d ............................................................................................................
C a r b o n ........................................................................................................................
C a rb o n le s s ................................................................................................................
M a n ifo ld boo ks, in clu din g sales, a nd p eg bo a rd a cco u n tin g system s ,,
P egb oa rd a cco u n tin g s y s te m s ...............................................................................
S a le s a nd o th e r m a n ifo ld b o o k s ...........................................................................
C u sto m .......................................................................................................................
C u stom c o n tin u o u s form s, w ith o r w ith o u t ca rb on , m arg in ally p un che d
o r n o t ..........................................................................................................................
S e lf m a ile r ......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r cu sto m p rin ted ..........................................................................................
O ne p a r t ....................................................................................................................
M u ltip le p a r t s ...........................................................................................................
C a rb o n .....................................................................................................................
C a rb o n le s s ............................................................................................................
S to c k c o n tin u o u s f o r m s ................................................................................................
S to c k sh e lf f o r m s ........................................................................................................
O n e p a r t ....................................................................................................................
M u ltip le p a r t s ...........................................................................................................
C a rb o n .....................................................................................................................
C a rb o n le s s ............................................................................................................
S to c k fo rm a t f o r m s ....................................................................................................
M u ltip le p arts ...........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r s to c k f o r m s .................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
L ith o g ra p h ic c o m m e rcia l p r in t in g ..........................................................................

131.0
106.1
125.9

2754

C o m m e rical printing, n .e .c.........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
L etterpress and screen printing ................................................................................
Lette rp re s s label and w rap pe r p r in tin g ..............................................................
C u stom and sto c k labels, including b ordered m ade o f p ap er f o i l .......
R o lls pre ssure sensitive , le tte rp re ss (s e lf-a d h e s iv e ).............................
P rin ted ro lls a nd s h e e ts fo r p ackin g p u rpo ses ...........................................
O th e r g en eral jo b p rin tin g ........................................................................................
A ll o th e r c o m m e rcia l p rin ting n.e.c., in clu din g m aps, a tlase s, etc.
S cre en p ro ce ss printing, e x c e p t te x t ile s ............................................................
D e ca lco m a n ia s a nd la b e ls ..................................................................................
D e ca lco m a n ia s and p re ssure se n sitive s (self-a dh e sive ), e xclud in g
la b e ls ...............................................................................................................
A ll o th e r scre e n p ro cess, n .e .c...........................................................................
E n g ra v in g ...........................................................................................................................
E n g ra v in g .......................................................................................................................
S ecu rity e n g ra v in g ..................................................................................................
S ocial e n g ra v in g .....................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
C o m m e rcial printing, lith o g ra p h ic ..........................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................

0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 2

2754-P
2754-1

C o m m e rcial printing, g ra v u r e ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M agazine and p eriodical printing, (g ra v u r e )..........................................................
M agazines and periodicals, e xcluding su pp le m e nts fo r S unday
n e w s p a p e rs ..........................................................................................................
L ab els and w rappers, p rinting (g ra v u re ).................................................................
Labels, cu sto m and stock, exclud in g c l o t h ......................................................
F lat, e xcep t p ressure s e n s itiv e ..........................................................................
P rinted ro lls and s h ee ts fo r p ackaging purposes, e xcluding bags,
e nvelopes, pouches, e tc ...................................................................................
A dve rtisin g printing, (g ra v u r e )....................................................................................
O th e r g en eral jo b printing, (g ra v u re )........................................................................
A ll o th e r g eneral c o m m e rcia l printing n.e.c. (g ra v u re )..................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................

2761

2759-P
2 75 9-A
2759-2
2 7 5 9-2A
2 7 5 9-21 8
2 7 5 9 -2 B
2 7 5 9-6
2 7 5 9-69 5
2 759-7
2759-71
2 759-711
2 7 5 9-79 8
275 9-B
275 9-8
2759-811
275 9 -8 1 2
275 9-S M
275 9-S
275 2-S
2759-S S S

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

128.2
125.9
116.0
116.0
(3)
121.0

132.2
126.8
116.8
116.8
107.0
121.6

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 8

146.2
146.3
100.7

149.0
147.1
103.9

147.2
147.2
101.4

2 7 6 1 -P
276 1-2
2761-21
276 1-21 3
276 1-21 5
2 76 1-25
276 1-25 3
276 1-25 5
276 1-3
2761-31
2 7 6 1-32
276 1-32 3

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

125.6
125.7
127.0
125.0

124.0
124.1
124.5
125.4

(3)
118.1
127.3
128.1
124.1
124.1

124.0
124.1
124.5
125.4
100.3
118.0
124.3
124.3
123.0
124.1

(3)
124.1
126.7

(3)
124.1
126.7

(3)
118.0
124.3
124.2
123.4
124.1
124.8
124.1
126.7

128.2
139.7
127.6
136.3
124.8
125.2
120.5
121.0
120.9
124.7
119.0

127.0
139.2
126.3
136.6
122.6
122.4
120.1
119.4
119.6
123.0
118.3
116.8
132.1
97.0

127.7
137.7
127.2
136.7
123.9
123.4
121.6
118.5
118.6
121.0
118.2
116.8
131.6
97.0

276 1-5
2 76 1-55
2 7 6 1-58
2761-581
2 7 6 1-58 2
2 76 1-58 2 2
2 76 1-58 2 4
276 1-7
2 76 1-76
2761-761
2 76 1-76 2
2761-7621
2 7 6 1-76 2 2
276 1-77
2 76 1-77 2
276 1-78
2 7 6 1 -SM
2 76 1 -M
2 76 1 -Z89
2 76 1 -S
2752-S

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
19892

54

6.1

0
0
.1

(3)
5.9
1.6
.7

.1
0
.2

(3)

.1
0
0
0

(3)
(3)
1.5
(3)
(3)

(3)
4.5
.7
6.6
6.6
2.5
(3)
3.4
5.7
(3)

(3)

.0
0
-.1
-.1
0
-.4
-1 .2
.1
-2 .4

.2
.1
.3
(3)
(3)
(3)
.2
-.4
1.9
2.0
(3)
3.2
4.0

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 3

(3)
133.3
100.0
100.0
123.2

(3)
123.4

(3)
122.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
.2

0 3 /8 4
0 6 /8 5
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

(3)
(3)
136.0
136.4

105.4
101.8
133.1
135.6

(3)
(3)
133.1
135.6

(3)
(3)
1.9
3.8

.2
(3)
0
.1
0
-.7
-.1
-.8
-.6
-.9
.2
.5

0
0
0
0
(3)
0
0
-.1
.3
0
(3)
0
0
.6
-1.1
.7
.1
1.1
.8
1.2
-.8
-.8
-1 .6
-.1
0
-.4
0
(3)
-1.1
(3)
(3)
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n adjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

P ro du ct
c o de

Industry
co d e

Index
b ase
July
198 9 2

O ct.
19892

Nov.
1 9892

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

114.3
113.3
113.8
114.1
116.1
111.0
113.5
113.7
110.6

114.3
113.3
113.8
114.1
116.1
111.0
113.5
113.7
110.6

114.3
113.3
113.8
114.1
116.1
111.1
113.5

6.1
5.7
5.9
5.5
6.9
3.3
6.3

(3)
110.6

(3)
3.8

G re etin g ca rd p u b lis h in g ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P ub lish e rs’ s a le s .............................................................................................................
S ea so na l gre etin g c a r d s ..........................................................................................
C o u n te r c a r d s ..........................................................................................................
P ackaged ca rd s (inclu d ing b oxed c a r d s ) ......................................................
N o n-seasonal gre etin g c a r d s .................................................................................
C o un ter c a r d s ..........................................................................................................
P ackaged ca rd s (including boxed c a r d s ) ......................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2771

B la nkb oo ks, lo ose le a f binders, and b ookbinding and related w o r k ........................

278

B la n kb o o ks a nd lo o se le a f b in d e rs ........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B la n kb o o k m a k in g ..........................................................................................................
C olum nar, ledger, a nd a cco u n t b o o k s ................................................................
D iaries and a p p o in tm e n t b o o k s ............................................................................
C h eckb o o ks, in serts a nd re fills, e xclud in g c o n tin u o u s fo rm s and die
c u t ............................................................................................................................
L e tte rp re ss p r o c e s s ..............................................................................................
L itho grap h ic p r o c e s s .............................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s b la n kb o o ks and p ap er r u lin g ....................................................
O th e r m iscellan eo u s b la n k b o o k s .....................................................................
Loo selea f b inders and d e v ic e s ..................................................................................
L oo selea f binders, ring and prong type, including lo ose le a f m em o
boo ks .......................................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s lo ose le a f binders and device s ................................................
O th e r lo o se le a f b ind e rs a nd d e v ic e s ..............................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
S ta tio ne ry p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................
O th e r se condary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

278 2

B oo kb ind in g and related w o r k ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Edition, library, tra de and o th e r hardco ver b oo kbinding o f m aterials
printed e ls e w h e re ...................................................................................................
O the r b oo ks n.e.c. including d ic tio n a rie s ...........................................................
Library binding including prebinding, rebinding, and hardco ver
binding o f p e r io d ic a ls ........................................................................................
O th e r b oo k and p am ph le t binding and re lated w o r k ........................................
S o ft c o v e r b inding o f b o o ks (49 p ag es o r m o r e ) ...........................................
P am ph le t a nd o th e r s o ft c o v e r b inding .............................................................
M e ch a n ica l b inding o f p ro d u cts p rin ted e ls e w h e re .......................................
M isce lla n e o u s b o o kbind in g w o rk a nd re la ted se rvice o p e ra tio n s on
m a terial prin ted e ls e w h e r e .............................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................

2789

S ervice in du strie s fo r th e prin ting t r a d e .............................................................................

2 79

0 6 /8 5

T y p e s e ttin g ....................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H o t m etal a nd re la ted type se ttin g , inclu din g hand a nd m a ch ine
c o m p o s itio n ...............................................................................................................
P h o tog ra ph ic type se ttin g , including p h o to typ e se ttin g and p h o to le tte rin g
C o m p u te r c o n tro lle d , w ith p ag in atio n c a p a b ility .............................................
A ll o th e r p h o to ty p e s e ttin g ........................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2791

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

P h o to e n g ra v in g ............................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P hotoengraving p lates m ade fo r o th e r s .................................................................
M agnesium ...................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O th e r secon da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................
L ithographic p latem aking service s ......................................................................

2793

Litho grap h ic p latem aking s e rv ic e s ........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
L itho grap h ic p la t e s .........................................................................................................
D iazo type p late s p repared fo r p r in tin g .............................................................
A ll o th e r lith og ra p hic p la te s ....................................................................................
L itho grap h ic p latem aking s e r v ic e s ...........................................................................

2795

2 7 7 1 -P
2771-1
2 77 1 -1 A
2771-111
2771-112
2 77 1 -1B
2771-153
2 771-155
2 77 1 -SM
2 77 1 -S

O ct. 1989

0
0
0
0
0
.1
0
(3)
0

1 2 /8 5

115.1

115.1

115.1

7.1

0

0 6 /8 5

120.5

121.2

121.8

7.1

.5

2782-P
2782-1
2782-111
2 78 2-13 5

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

123.3
122.8
128.0
126.7
111.8

123.9
123.0
127.9
126.7
111.6

124.3
123.3
128.3
126.7
111.6

7.8
7.5
7.4
10.1
3.3

.3
.2
.3
0
0

2782-141
2782-14111
2 78 2-14 1 12
2782-151
2 78 2-15155
2782-2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 7 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

128.1
127.4
129.1
116.2
113.3
113.3

128.1
127.3
129.1
116.2
113.3
113.7

128.6
127.9
129.1
117.0
115.0
113.9

6.5
6.5
6.8
7.3
4.4
7.8

.4
.5
0
.7
1.5
.2

2782-233
278 2-23 9
2 78 2-23998
2782-SM
2782-M
2782-S
2648-S
2782-SS S

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

112.4
114.1
117.1

113.1
114.2
117.3

113.6
114.2
117.3

9.5
3.2
5.9

.4
0
0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

173.5
118.4
126.4
108.6

183.9
120.4
126.4
112.6

190.7
120.4
126.4
112.6

18.1
7.6
6.4
9.6

3.7
0
0
0

2789-P

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

110.9
111.5

112.0
111.9

112.7
112.6

4.6
4.0

.6
.6

2789-1
2 78 9-116

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

110.9
118.1

111.0
118.1

111.2
118.1

1.8
5.4

.2
0

2789-141
278 9-2
2 78 9-22 3
2 7 8 9-22 5
2789-261

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

106.4
112.0
107.0
102.1
109.3

106.9
112.5
107.0
102.1
111.7

106.6
113.6
107.0
103.8
113.6

.9
5.6
1.3
2.2
6.6

-.3
1.0
0
1.7
1.7

2789-291
2 789-S M
2789-S
2 789-S S S

1 2 /8 5

120.5

121.1

122.0

8.5

.7

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.5
113.4

113.4
116.5

114.4
116.5

16.1
17.2

.9
0

108.6

108.6

108.6

1.7

0

109.1
109.3

109.4
109.7

109.4
109.7

2.2
2.5

0
0

104.6
110.9
110.7
112.8

(3)
111.3
111.2
112.8

(3)
111.4
111.2
112.8

(3)
2.4
2.3
2.2

(3)
.1
0
0

101.6

102.6

102.6

-2 .7

0

27 9 1 -P
2791-1
279 1-2
2791-211
2791-212
2 79 1 -SM
2 79 1 -S

0 6 /8 5
2793-P
2793-1
2793-117
2793-SM
2793-S
2793-SS S
2795-S

2795-P
2795-1
2795-113
2795-129
2795-2

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov. 1988

55

109.9

110.8

110.8

2.3

0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

108.9
111.4

110.0
115.3

110.0
115.3

2.5
5.2

0
0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

115.9
118.0
114.5

115.9
118.0
114.5

115.9
118.0
114.5

1.4
.3
2.2

0
0
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

107.3
107.1
107.2
109.9
109.2
107.0

107.0
106.8
106.1
110.7
109.3
107.1

107.0
106.7
106.0
110.3
109.3
107.1

1.2
1.3
1.0
1.8
1.9
1.6

0
-.1
-.1
-.4
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

P ro du ct
co de

Industry
co de

Index
base
July
1 98 9 2

L itho grap h ic p la te m a kin g s e rvice s— C o ntin u ed
C o lo r co rre cte d p ro ce ss p ositive s o r n eg ative s on f i l m ..............................
A ll o th e r f i l m .................................................................................................................
A sse m b le d fla ts fo r p la te m a kin g ..........................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .........
P ho toe n gra vin g ..............
O th e r se co n d a ry p ro du cts

2795-231
279 5-23 9
2795-241
279 5-S M
2795-S
2 79 3-S
2 79 5-S S S

O ct.
1 9892

Nov.
1 9892

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

106.2
105.4
112.9

106.2
105.4
113.2

106.2
105.5
113.2

1.7
.5
2.4

0
.1
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.3
106.0
109.9

108.3
106.0
109.9

108.4
106.0
110.0

.2
.6
-.1

.1
0
.1

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

C h e m ica ls a nd allied p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................

28

1 2 /8 4

119.4

118.8

118.8

1.4

0

Ind u stria l in orga n ic c h e m ic a ls ................................................................................................

281

1 2 /8 4

111.6

116.4

1 15.6

7.7

-.7

A lka lie s and ch lo rin e .................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C h lo rin e ...............................................................................................................................
L iquid c h lo r in e ..............................................................................................................
S od iu m h ydroxid e (ca u stic soda) .............................................................................
A ll o th e r co n c e n tra tio n s - liq u id ............................................................................
50 p ercen t regular d iaphragm g r a d e ..............................................................
50 p ercen t fro m m ercury cell ............................................................................
O th e r liquid co n c e n tra tio n s (incl. o th e r 5 0% g ra d e s )...............................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

281 2

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

129.9
139.1
121.1
119.2
150.4
152.2
156.4
145.6
142.3

130.2
139.1
114.6
115.3
154.2
155.9
158.9
151.4

132.0
139.2
109.6
109.0
157.2
160.2
164.5
153.4

9.3
10.1
-9 .9
-9 .0
21.5
22.8
23.2
22.4

1.4
.1
-4 .4
-5 .5
1.9
2.8
3.5
1.3

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 0

114.9

115.7

120.3

7.8

4.0

Industrial g a s e s ...........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A c e ty le n e ...........................................................................................................................
C a rb on d io x id e .................................................................................................................
N it r o g e n ..............................................................................................................................
O x y g e n ................................................................................................................................
O th e r indu stria l g a s e s ...................................................................................................

2 813
2 8 1 3-P
281 3-2
281 3-3
281 3-5
281 3-6
281 3-7

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

122.5
121.7
129.9
118.2
98.4
135.5
125.1

122.6
121.9
130.2

123.7
123.1
130.2

6.4
8.4
5.4

.9
1.0
0

(3)
(3)
(3)
126.2

(3)
103.0
135.5

(3)
2.8
20.4

(3)

(3)

In o rg a nic p ig m e n ts ......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
T ita nium p ig m e n ts ..........................................................................................................
C h ro m e c o lo rs and o th e r in orga n ic p ig m e n ts .....................................................
Iron o xide p ig m e n ts ...................................................................................................
C o lo re d lead p ig m e n ts .............................................................................................
L ith a rg e .......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r c o lo r pigm ents, incl. iron blues, pearl e ssence, and co p p e r
o x id e s ......................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................

281 6
2 8 1 6-P
2816-1
2816-3
2816-331
2 816-34
2 816-345

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

138.8
140.2
145.3
131.5
127.7
172.2
172.2

144.6
145.0
151.7
133.4
125.8
187.0
187.0

144.6
145.0
151.7
133.5
125.8

8.8
8.5
11.5
3.2
-1 .0

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

Industrial inorganic ch em icals, n .e.c......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S ulfu ric acid (new and fo r tifie d ) .................................................................................
O leum g r a d e s ...............................................................................................................
O the r tha n o leum g r a d e s .........................................................................................
O th e r inorganic a cids (ex. sulfuric, nitric and p ho sph o ric) .............................
H yd ro chloric a c i d ........................................................................................................
H yd ro fluo ric acid (w ithdraw n from s y s te m ) ......................................................
O th e r inorganic acids, n.e.c., inc. boric, chrom ic, hydrocyanic, and
m ixed (sulf. and n itr ic ) .......................................................................................
O th e r alum inum com p ou nd s, n .e .c............................................................................
A lum inum hydroxide (trihydrate) ...........................................................................
O the r alum inum co m p ou nd s (in. sodium alum inate, lig h t alum .
hydroxide, c ryo lite and alum , etc.) ..............................................................
P otassium and sodium c o m p ou nd s (ex. b leaches, a lkalies and a lu m s )....
S odium co m p ou nd s (inc. sodium m etal) ...........................................................
S odium p h o sph a te s ...............................................................................................
Sodium trip o lyph o sph ate (S T P P )..................................................................
O th e r s e lecte d so dium pho sph a te s (m ono, di, tri, and tetrabasic;
m eta- and acid p y r o ) .................................................................................
S odium m etal and o th e r sodium co m p ou nd s (inc. sod. borate,
flouride, h ydrosulfide, e t c . ) ..........................................................................
P otassium co m p ou nd s, n .e .c...................................................................................
Inorganic c h em ical ca ta lytic preparations, n .e.c...................................................
Inorganic c h em ical ca ta lytic preparations, n .e .c...............................................
O th e r industrial in organic ch em icals, n .e.c.............................................................
S electe d alkali earth m etal co m pounds, n .e.c..................................................
B arium and m agnesium c o m p ou nd s (inc. bulk e psom s a lts ) ................
S e le cte d m e ta llic m ineral co m p ou nd s, n .e .c.....................................................
C o pp e r, iron a nd silve r co m p ou nd s, n .e .c......................................................
O th e r in orga n ic c h em icals, n .e .c............................................................................
O the r, inc. re a g e n t fro m tech . grades, indu stria l blea ch es, g old &
titan iu m c o m p o u n d s .......................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2819

2 8 1 2-P
2812-1
2 81 2-11 5
2812-3
2812-365
2812-36511
2 812-36512
2812-36521
2 81 2-S M
2 8 1 2-S

.0
0
0
.1
0
(3)
(3)

2 816-398
2816-SM
2 81 6-S
2816-SS S

0 6 /8 3

123.4

123.5

124.2

2.5

.6

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

129.9
115.0

144.7
115.5

144.6
115.3

11.5
.4

-.1
-.2

2 8 1 9-P
2819-3
2819-314
2819-331
2819-4
2 819-44
2819-463

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 8 /8 3

111.6
118.0
105.8
80.4
111.9
96.1
116.0
93.1

117.6
124.9
105.7
80.7
111.7
96.8
116.0
94.7

116.4
125.5
103.3
78.8
109.2
96.8
116.0

8.0
12.0
-1.1
-1 .7
-1 .0

-1 .0
.5
-2 .3
-2 .4
-2 .2
0
0

(3)

(3)

2819-498
2819-6
2819-625

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

95.0
127.4
167.4

95.7
125.4
165.6

95.7
129.0
165.6

6.1
11.2
4.9

0
2.9
0

2819-671
2819-7
2 81 9-7A
2819-73
2819-738

0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

131.0
112.6
109.0
99.7
95.9

131.0
111.7
107.7
91.1
84.8

(3)
112.0
108.1
91.1
84.9

(3)
3.8
3.0
-5 .9
-9 .4

(3)
.3

4.4
.6

(3)

.4
0
.1

2 81 9-739

1 2 /8 2

109.9

107.9

107.9

3.0

0

2 81 9-788
2819-7B
2819-8
2819-811
2819-9
2 81 9-9A
2 81 9-92 2
2 81 9-9F
2 81 9-98 4
2 81 9-9G

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

117.2
132.0

117.8
133.0

117.9
133.0

7.4
7.8

.1
0

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

104.9
112.2
113.2
130.3
116.3
130.3
133.9

(3)
113.4
113.5
130.5
116.3
130.3
132.4

(3)
114.4

(3)
6.4

(3)
.9

(3)
(3)
118.7

(3)
(3)
4.8

(3)
(3)
2.1

(3)
134.8

(3)
3.5

(3)
1.8

1 2 /8 2

150.8

147.8

151.8

2.4

2.7

1 2 /8 2

140.8

140.6

141.1

4.9

.4

2 8 1 9-99 8
2 819-S M
2 8 1 9-S

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

56

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P ro du ct
c o de

Index
b ase
July
198 9 2

P lastic m a terials and syn th e tic resins, rubbers, a nd non -g la ss
f ib e r s ........................................................................................................................................

Oct.
198 9 2

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

282

1 2 /8 4

118.9

114.5

114.7

-4.1

0.2

P lastic m a terials and r e s in s ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
T h e rm o p la stic r e s in s .....................................................................................................
N ylo n r e s in s ..................................................................................................................
P o lyeste r resins s a tu r a te d ......................................................................................
L ow d en sity p o lye th yle n e r e s in s ...........................................................................
F o r film and s h e e tin g ............................................................................................
F o r all o th e r u s e s ...................................................................................................
H igh d en sity p o lye thylen e r e s in s ..........................................................................
F o r b lo w m o ld in g ....................................................................................................
F o r all o th e r u s e s ...................................................................................................
P o lypro p yle ne r e s in s .................................................................................................
F o r in je ction m olding ............................................................................................
F o r fib e r and fila m e n t s .........................................................................................
S tyre n e p la stics m a te r ia ls .......................................................................................
A ll o th e r styrene p lastic m aterials including styrene a crylo nitrile
(SAN ) ..................................................................................................................
Vinyl and vin ylidene r e s in s .....................................................................................
Polyvinyl c h lo r id e ....................................................................................................
O th e r engineering the rm op la stic r e s in s .............................................................
O th e r non-engineering the rm op la stic r e s in s ....................................................
T h erm o settin g resins ....................................................................................................
A lkyd r e s in s ..................................................................................................................
P henolic and o th e r ta r acid r e s in s ......................................................................
P henolic m olding c o m p o u n d s ............................................................................
A ll o th e r p he no lic and o th e r ta r acid r e s in s ................................................
A ll o th e r th e rm o se ttin g r e s in s ................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2821

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
12/8 1
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

148.9
139.5
140.2
110.9
167.9
158.0
150.2
167.1
152.3
156.0
157.3
134.0
146.3
134.1
139.0

138.8
131.5
130.9
110.9
162.8

138.6
131.8
131.0

-9 .2
-8 .9
-1 1 .2

-.1
.2
.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
128.8
139.9
125.6
132.0

(3)
(3)
147.3
147.6
134.7
134.3
123.3
147.2
127.0
136.2
124.5
132.2

(3)
(3)
-1 0 .3
-6 .9
-2 0 .9
-1 9 .2
-2 5 .8
-1 5 .5
-1 3 .5
-1 6 .9
-1 5 .4
-1 2 .7

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-1 .4
-2 .6
-.9
.2

0 4 /8 2
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
12/81
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

142.9
125.7
122.1
100.1
133.0
136.7
112.4
177.1
140.1
186.5
126.1

136.0
115.8
112.5
99.5
133.0
134.6
112.1
168.1
140.1
175.2
127.5

136.0
111.4
108.3
98.6
133.0
136.0
112.1
167.5
139.1
174.7
130.0

-6.1
-1 3 .7
-1 3 .6
.1

0
-3 .8
-3 .7
-.9
0
1.0
0

1 2 /8 0

195.8

175.1

172.3

-1 0 .9

-1 .6

S yn th e tic r u b b e r ..........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S tyren e b uta die n e ( S B R ).............................................................................................
S tyren e buta die n e - s o lid .........................................................................................
P o ly b u ta d ie n e ...................................................................................................................
O th e r syn th e tic e la s to m e rs .........................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

2822

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

108.9
110.1
98.1
98.4
82.8
120.9

109.0
108.4
93.8
94.4
84.4
120.0

110.7
110.1
96.5
97.9
88.6
117.8

1.9
-1 .5
-7 .9
-8 .5
3.5
3.3

1.6
1.6
2.9
3.7
5.0
-1 .8

C e llu lo sic m an -m a de fib e rs ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R a y o n ..................................................................................................................................
S ta p le and t o w ............................................................................................................

2823

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

122.7
122.7
132.1
130.9

122.8
122.8
132.3

124.7
124.7
138.3

10.2
10.2
17.2

1.5
1.5
4.5

(3)

(3)

(3)

N o n ce llu lo sic o rg a n ic f ib e r s ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Y arn and m o n o fila m e n t................................................................................................
N ylo n a nd aram id, e xclud in g p ro d u ce r te xtu re d y a r n ...................................
T e x t i le .........................................................................................................................
All o th e r d raw n e q u iva le n t d e n ie rs ..............................................................
P olyester, e xcluding p ro du cer textu re d y a r n ....................................................
Textile, se lecte d d eniers .....................................................................................
145-179 draw n e qu iva le nt d e n ie r .................................................................
A ll o th e r polye ster yarn and m on ofila m e n t, e xc e p t p ro du cer textured
P roducer textu re d yarn and m o n o fila m e n t.......................................................
N y lo n ...........................................................................................................................
C arpet y a r n ...........................................................................................................
Staple, to w and fib e r fill.................................................................................................
N ylon and a ra m id ........................................................................................................
A crylic and m o d a c ry lic .............................................................................................
Up to 4 d en ie r .........................................................................................................
P o ly e s te r ........................................................................................................................
S taple and to w ........................................................................................................
Up to 2.5 denier, excluding fib erfill .............................................................

2824

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

102.3
103.3
106.1
103.5
108.6
106.9
106.3
92.7
88.4
108.2
108.3

103.2
104.3
107.7
105.6
109.1
106.9
108.8
96.5
93.1
108.2
108.3

103.2
104.3
107.9
105.6
109.3
106.9
108.8

4.5
5.5
3.3
1.3
11.3
17.5
9.5

(3)
(3)
108.2
109.1

(3)
(3)
-5 .8
.5

(3)
(3)

0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

101.8
99.3
106.1
76.9
86.0
103.7
100.5
97.1

(3)
99.4
103.9
77.2
86.5
104.9
101.7
98.5

(3)
99.1
103.7

(3)
9.1
-1.1

(3)
-.3
-.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

Drugs ...............................................................................................................................................

283

1 2 /8 4

138.6

139.8

140.8

6.7

.7

B iological p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
D iagnostic s u b s ta n c e s ..................................................................................................
R e a g e n ts ........................................................................................................................
S ta n da rd s & c o n tr o ls .................................................................................................
M icrobiology, virolo g y & se ro log y p ro d u c ts ......................................................
B lood and bloo d derivatives, fo r hum an u s e .......................................................
O the r b lood derivative s o r fra ctions, e xc e p t tho se used fo r passive
im m u n iz a tio n .........................................................................................................
O the r biolog ica ls fo r hum an use, e x c e p t diag n ostics ......................................
A lle rg en ic e xtracts & o th e r biologies fo r hum an u s e ....................................

2831
2 83 1 -P
2 83 1 -A
2 83 1 -A21
2831-A 22
2831-A 27
2831-1

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 3 /8 0

146.3
143.5
102.0
103.8
101.2
100.9
117.2

146.0
143.1
101.9
102.2
99.6
100.8
117.3

148.3
145.8
104.9
107.6
107.2
101.1
117.5

2.6
2.7
1.5
2.1
10.5
-3 .8
.1

1.6
1.9
2.9
5.3
7.6
.3
.2

2831-119
2831-7
2 831-725

0 3 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 3 /8 0

115.5
111.3
236.8

115.8
111.3
236.8

115.7

2 8 2 1 -P
2821-3
2821-311
2821-321
2821-331
2821-33101
2 8 2 1 -33 1 03
2821-341
2821-34101
2 8 2 1-34 1 02
2821-351
2821-35101
2 8 2 1-35 1 02
2821-361
2 82 1-36104
2821-371
2821-37101
2821-381
2 82 1-399
2821-4
2821-401
2821-421
2821-42101
282 1 -4 2 1 0 2
2 8 2 1-49 9
2 8 2 1 -SM
2 8 2 1 -S

2822-P
2822-1
2822-111
282 2-2
282 2-8
282 2-S M

2 823-P
282 3-2
2823-241

2824-P
282 4-7
2824-701
2 8 2 4-70 1 2
2 82 4-70124
2 824-702
2824-7021
2 824-70212
2824-70221
2824-703
2 824-7032
2 824-70322
2824-8
2824-801
2 824-802
2824-80201
2824-803
2824-8031
2 82 4-80312

See footnotes at end of table.




57

(3)
(3)

(3)
3.0
(3)
1.7
2.4
1.6
7.7

-.4
(3)
(3)

-.4
-.7
-.3
2.0

(3)
0
0
.2
0
.2
0
0

0
.7

-.1
(3)
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
b ase
July
1 98 9 2

8 7.6
86.1
137.0

8 7.6
86.1
127.5

1 2 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

167.4
151.0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

O ct. 1989

87.3
85.8
126.8

5.2
.9
-6 .4

-0 .3
-.3
- .5

167.4
151.0

167.8
151.0

.5
3.6

.2
0

105.2
101.4
99.9
107.9
101.4
74.9

104.0
100.1
98.8
105.9
101.4

3.3
3.1
3.3
1.8
1.0
2.5

.5
0
0
0
0

(3)

104.5
100.1
98.8
105.9
101.4
74.8

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

119.6
123.6

113.6
123.6

113.7
123.6

2.0
0

.1
0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

120.1
116.9

119.0
115.8

121.6
118.3

2.2
0

2.2
2.2

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 8 /8 1
1 0/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 8 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1

190.9
194.2
208.3
275.7
267.4
282 .6
336.7
153.6
242.3
269 .9
167.1
155.5
190.0
105.8
172.3
105.7
166.3
2 36.2
2 49.2
3 38.0
2 21.0
2 20.4
194.5
222.3
3 79.8
223.2
123.8
2 62.5
121.0
2 08.7
100.8
2 38.8
150.6
194.3
142.0
229.2
204.0
263.4
307.8
122.1
111.4
131.6
118.6
425.1
169.5
207.3
212.2
163.5
201.6

193.1
196.7
212.7
280.7
2 68.7
288 .6
3 37.7
156.7
244.7
2 76.0
168.3
155.8
190.3
105.9

194.4
198.3
213.7
280 .6
2 68.7
288.5
337.4
154.9
2 44.7
2 76.0
169.5
157.2
190.6
105.9
179.1
105.9
166.7
2 48.2
2 54.5
3 42.2
2 26.0
224.1
198.7
2 28 .6

7.4
7.6
8.3
10.4
1.1
12.7
8.3
4.5
9.6
9.6
2.4
-1 .4
-1 .8
3.3
10.8
-9 .7
6.4
14.7
21.7
5.8
8.0
7.6
10.3
7.6

.7
.8
.5
0
0
0
-.1
-1.1
0
0
.7
.9
.2
0

(3)
10.7
13.6
7.3
12.2
10.3
.7
12.1
10.0
7.1
13.5
8.3
7.2
7.5
12.4
14.1
7.6
19.5
8.9
19.7
6.9
6.6
7.7
3.7
3.4

(3)

(3)
136.2
120.6
4 53.0
172.1
207.3
217.8
163.7
201.6

(3)
228.2
132.1
264.1
122.1
215.6
101.0
238.8
160.0
197.2
169.8
2 31.2
204.0
271.0
316.5
126.2
115.1
136.0
120.6
453.0
172.1
207.3
218.1
163.8
2 01.6

(3)
164.9
150.8
176.7
148.8
187.1
210.1

(3)
165.6
150.8
176.7
148.8
187.1
210.1

(3)
165.6
150.8
176.7
148.8
187.1
210.1

(3)
4.3
4.8
3.9
2.1
2.7
5.8

2834-20851
2 834-209

0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1

181.5
165.6

181.5
166.1

181.5
166.5

5.8
3.0

283 3

283 4

2 833-P
2833-1
2 83 3-2
2833-201
2 83 3-20 4
2 83 3-20 5
2 8 3 3 -20 5 95
283 3-S M
283 3-S
2 833-S S S

See footnotes at end of table.




0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 7

Nov. 1988

283 1-8
2 8 3 1-81 4
2 83 1-9
2 8 3 1 -SM
2 8 3 1 -M
2 8 3 1 -S

P h a rm ace utica l p re p a ra tio n s ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P h a rm ace utica l pre pa ra tion s, p re s c rip tio n ............................................................
A n a lg e s ic s ......................................................................................................................
N a rco tic a n a lg e s ic s ................................................................................................
N o n -n a rco tic a n a lg e s ic s .......................................................................................
Aspirin , A PC and re la ted .................................................................................
A n tia rth ritic s ..................................................................... ............................................
A n tic o n v u ls a n ts ...........................................................................................................
S yste m ic a n tih is ta m in e s ...........................................................................................
S yste m ic a n ti-in fe c tiv e s ............................................................................................
B ro ad and m edium sp e ctru m a n tib io tic s .......................................................
C e p h a lo s p o rin s ...................................................................................................
E ry th ro m y c in s .......................................................................................................
T e tr a c y c lin e s ........................................................................................................
O th e r b ro ad and m e d ium sp e ctru m a n t ib io tic s ......................................
S yste m ic p e n ic illin s ................................................................................................
U rina ry a n tib a c te ria ls ............................................................................................
B ro n ch ia l th e r a p y ........................................................................................................
C a n ce r th e ra p y p r o d u c t s .........................................................................................
C a rd io va scu la r th e ra p y ..............................................................................................
A n tih yp e rte n sive d r u g s .........................................................................................
V a s o d ila to rs ..............................................................................................................
O th e r c a rd io v a s c u la rs ...........................................................................................
C N S s tim u la n ts /a n tio b e s ity p re p a ra tio n s .........................................................
C o ugh a nd co ld p re p a ra tio n s .................................................................................
N asal d e c o n g e s ta n ts ............................................................................................
D e rm a to lo g ica l p re p a ra tio n s ...................................................................................
A c n e p re p a ra tio n s ..................................................................................................
F u n g ic id e s .................................................................................................................
T o p ica l a n ti- in fe c tiv e s ...........................................................................................
A n tip ru ritic s ................................................................................................................
D ia b ete s th e r a p y .........................................................................................................
D iu r e t ic s .........................................................................................................................
H o rm o n e s ......................................................................................................................
M u scle re la x a n ts .........................................................................................................
N u trie n ts and s u p p le m e n ts .....................................................................................
O pth a lm ic and o tic p re p a ra tio n s ...........................................................................
P s y c h o th e ra p e u tic s ....................................................................................................
T ra n q u iliz e rs ..............................................................................................................
M a jo r tra nquilizers .............................................................................................
M ino r tra nquilizers .............................................................................................
A n tid e p re s s a n ts .......................................................................................................
S e d a tiv e s .......................................................................................................................
V ita m in s ..........................................................................................................................
A d u lt m u ltiv ita m in s .................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s p re scrip tion pha rm a ce utica l p re p a ra tio n s ............................
P ha rm aceutical p reparations, n o n -p re s c rip tio n ...................................................
A na lg esics, in ternal (e xce pt a n tia rth ritic s ).........................................................
N on-aspirin (including e ffe rve sen t) ..................................................................
A nta cid s .........................................................................................................................
A ntis e p tic s and a ntib acte ria ls ................................................................................
C ough and c o ld p re p a ra tio n s .................................................................................
C ough syrups, elixirs, expe ctoran ts, drops, lozenges, gum s, tro c h e s
C o ld tab le ts, ca psu le s (including antih istam in e c o ld p reparations)
D e c o n g e s ta n ts .........................................................................................................
O th e r co ugh and co ld p re pa ra tion s, inc. d eco n g e sta n t and
antih istam in e m ix tu r e s ..................................................................................
D e rm a to lo g ic a ls ...........................................................................................................

Nov.
198 9 2

2 834-P
2834-1
2 8 3 4-10 2
2834-1021
2 83 4-10 2 2
2 83 4 -1 0 2 2 9
2 8 3 4-10 5
2 8 3 4-10 7
2 83 4-10 9
2 834-111
2834-1111
2834-11111
2 8 3 4-11 1 13
2 83 4 -1 1 1 1 4
2 83 4 -1 1 1 1 9
2 83 4 -1 1 1 2 9
2 8 3 4 -1 1 1 3 9
2 8 3 4-11 8
2 8 3 4-11 9
2834-121
2 8 3 4 -12 1 19
2 83 4 -1 2 1 2 9
2834-12191
283 4-12 3
2 83 4-12 5
283 4 -1 2 5 1 2
283 4 -1 2 6
2834-12611
2 8 3 4-12 6 19
2834-12631
2834-12641
2 8 3 4-12 7
2 8 3 4-12 8
2 8 3 4-13 5
2 8 3 4-13 9
2834-141
2 83 4-142
2 83 4-144
2834-1441
2834-14411
2834-14 4 12
2 834-1442
2 834-145
2 834-148
2 83 4-14819
2834-198
2834-2
2834-201
2 83 4-20102
2834-202
2 834-20 6
2 83 4-208
2 83 4-20819
2834-20831
2 834-20 8 49

B io log ica l p ro d u cts— C o ntin u ed
B io log ica l p ro d u cts fo r ve te rin a ry use, e x c e p t d ia g n o s tic s .............................
V accine s, bacte rin s, to xo id s & o th e r a n tig e n s fo r a ctive im m un iza tion
B io log ica l p ro d u cts fo r in du stria l & o th e r u s e s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
M e d icin al ch e m ica ls and b o ta n ica l p ro d u cts (in b u lk ) ..................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S yn th e tic o rg an ic m e d icin al c h e m ic a ls ...................................................................
O th e r m e d icin als a nd b o ta n ic a ls ...............................................................................
B o ta n ica l d r u g s ...........................................................................................................
O th e r in orga n ic m e d ic in a ls ......................................................................................
M ixtu re s o f tw o o r m o re su b sta n ce s fo r the ra p e u tic o r p ro p h yla ctic
u s e ............................................................................................................................
O th e r m ixtu re s o f tw o o r m o re s u b s ta n c e s ..................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................

Oct.
19892

58

(3)
105.8
166.7
2 44.9
2 49.4
3 42 .2
2 26 .4
224.1
198.7
2 29.4
3 90.3
228.2
132.1
2 63.3
121.4
2 11.6
101.0
238 .8
158.0
197.0
148.9
231.2
204.0
271.0
324.4
130.8

(3)

(3)
.1
0
1.3
2.0
0
-.2
0
0
-.3
0
0
.3
.6
1.9
0
0
1.3
.1
14.0
0
0
0
-2 .4
-3 .5
(3)
-.1
0
0
0
0
.1
.1
0
(3)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n adjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

Pharmaceutical preparations— Continued
Acne preparations................................................................
Antipruritics..........................................................................
Other dermatologicals ...........................................................
External analgesics and counterirritants.......................................
Laxatives..............................................................................
Nutrients and supplements.......................................................
Vitamins................................................................................
Adult multivitamins...............................................................
B-complex ..........................................................................
Miscellaneous non-prescription pharmaceutical preparations..........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................
R e s a le s ................................................................................
Secondary products...................................................................
Biological products .................................................................
Other secondary products........................................................
Cosmetics and toiletries...........................................................

2834-20901
2 8 3 4 -20 9 05
2 83 4 -2 0 9 0 9
2834-211
2 8 3 4-21 6
283 4-21 7
2834-221
2834-22101
2 83 4-22 1 02
283 4-29 8
2834-S M
2834-M
2 8 3 4-Z 89
2834-S
2 8 3 1-S
2834-S S S
2844-S

Soap, detergents, and cleaning preparations, perfumes, cosmetics and other
toilet preparations........................................................................
Soap and other detergents..................................................................
Primary products..........................................................................
Soap and detergents, nonhousehold ............................................
Acid-type cleane rs..................................................................
Metal cleane rs....................................................................
Liquid metal cleane rs.........................................................
Synthetic organic detergents, nonhousehold................................
Dry (powders) .....................................................................
Dry (powders), anionic base ...............................................
Liquid.................................................................................
Liquid, anionic b a s e ...........................................................
Liquid, nonionic or other b a s e .............................................
Soaps, except specialty cleaners, nonhousehold..........................
Other nonhousehold soap, including mechanics’ hand s o a p ........
Alkaline detergents, nonhousehold............................................
Machine dishwashing co m pou n d s...........................................
D r y .................................................................................
Other liquid alkaline detergents ..............................................
Dry alkaline detergent hard surface cle a n e rs............................
Household detergents................................................................
Synthetic organic detergents, household ....................................
D r y ....................................................................................
Heavy duty, phosphate b a s e d .............................................
Heavy duty, phosphate fr e e ................................................
Liquid.................................................................................
Light d u ty ........................................................................
Heavy-duty.......................................................................
Alkaline detergents, household..................................................
Household soap, except specialty cleane rs....................................
Toilet soaps, excluding medicated s o a p s ....................................
B a r s ..................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................
Secondary products...................................................................
All other secondary products....................................................
Polishes and sanitation g o o d s ..................................................
Surfactants............................................................................
Specialty cleaning, polishing and sanitation preparations..........................
Primary products..........................................................................
Household bleaches ..................................................................
Liquid, less than 7 % chlorine or equivalent oxidizing agen t............
Dry, less than 5 0 % chlorine or equivalent oxidizing a ge n t..............
Specialty cleaning and sanitation products ....................................
G lass window cleaning preparations...........................................
Toilet bowl cleaners and drain pipe so lv e n ts...............................
Toilet bowl cleaners.............................................................
Drain pipe so lve n ts..............................................................
Disinfectants for uses other than agricultural...............................
Deodorants, nonpersonal .........................................................
Aerosol typ e .......................................................................
Other deodorants, nonpersonal ..............................................
Household laundry aids ...........................................................
Fabric softeners and rin se s...................................................
Liquid..............................................................................
Other spec, deterg. incl. sweeping cmpds., waterless hand clnrs.,
ironing aids, and wall cln rs..................................................
Polishing preparations and related products...................................

Nov.
198 9 2

0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

152.7
105.5
191.5
109.2
149.8
105.5
129.8
129.7
128.5
181.8

(3)
105.5
192.6
109.2
149.8
106.5
130.3
129.4
128.5
181.8

(3)
106.4
192.6
109.2
149.8
106.5
130.3
129.4
128.5
181.8

(3)
0.9
2.9
1.8
6.4
3.1
1.0
.6
.9
6.4

(3)
0.9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7

189.8
189.8
169.7
284.0
175.2
104.2

189.8
189.8
170.2
284.5
174.2
106.9

189.8
189.8
170.3
284.2
174.2
107.1

4.1
4.1
7.4
-1 .3
20.6
4.7

0
0
.1
-.1
0
.2

Nov. 1988

O ct. 198S

1 2 /8 4

114.4

115.3

113.9

1.8

-1 .2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 4 /8 5
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 9 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9

116.3
115.8
124.6
112.8
111.4
111.4
129.8

116.6
115.5
125.7
112.8
111.4
111.4
129.9
100.0
127.5
101.3
134.7
125.5
100.1
109.0
129.1
100.0
141.2
121.4
125.2
107.3
107.1
109.1
110.5
94.4
104.3
116.4
92.2
106.4
131.5
132.8
100.0

112.4
110.1
125.8
112.8
111.4
111.4
130.0
100.0
127.5
101.5
135.1
125.5
100.1
108.8
129.3
100.0
141.2
121.8
125.4
98.2
96.4
109.0
110.4

-1 .8
-4 .2
5.6
.8

-3 .6
-4 .7
.1
0
0
0
.1
0
0
.2
.3
0
.0
-.2
.2
0
0
.3
.2
-8 .5
-1 0 .0
-.1
-.1

(3)
77.1
72.8
92.2
104.8
131.5
132.8
100.0

(3)
(3)
-4 0 .3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

(3)
116.1
116.8
137.4

(3)
116.6
117.6
138.7
93.7

(3)
6.4
2.6
15.1

(3)

(3)
116.5
117.5
138.7
93.7

2842-P
284 2-2
284 2-24 3
2 84 2-25 3
2 842-3
2842-311
2842-331
2842-33111
2842-33121
2 84 2-33 2
284 2-38
2842-381
284 2-38 5
284 2-39
2 8 4 2-39 4
2842-39411

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
1 1 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9

116.7
118.5
117.7
117.5
117.9
118.3
106.7
126.9
100.4
105.8
121.4
117.3
123.0
110.2
122.3
122.3
102.3

116.4
118.5
120.1
119.8
121.6
119.0
109.5
126.2
99.6
105.8
121.6
117.3
123.0
110.2
123.5
123.5
104.1

116.6
118.9
120.1
119.8
121.6
119.3
109.2
127.2
100.8
105.8
122.9
117.3
123.0
110.2
123.5
123.5

3.9
4.7
5.4
6.2

2 84 2-39 9
2 842-4

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3

100.1
119.3

100.7
115.5

100.6
116.6

2 8 4 1 -P
2841-1
2 8 4 1-1 A
2 84 1-17
284 1-17 7
2 8 4 1 -1B
2841-1 BA
2841-141
2 8 4 1 -1B B
2 84 1-14 5
2 84 1-14 9
284 1-1C
2 8 4 1-11 9
2 8 4 1 -1D
2841-1 DA
284 1-12 3
2 84 1-12 5
2 8 4 1-12 6
2 84 1-2
2 8 4 1 -2A
2 8 4 1-2A A
284 1-22 4
2 8 4 1-22 6
2 8 4 1 -2A B
2841-231
284 1-23 5
2841-21
2841-3
2841-311
284 1-31 3
2 8 4 1 -SM
2 8 4 1 -M
2 8 4 1 -S
2 8 4 1 -SSS
2842-S
2843-S

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
19892

59

(3)
(3)
101.2
134.3
125.5
100.0
108.3
126.9
100.0
141.2
118.6
120.2
108.0
108.1
109.0
(3)
93.8
107.0
(3)
100.0
(3)
131.6
(3)
(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)
5.3
(3)
6.4
(3)
7.5
4.5
(3)
(3)
8.5
(3)
14.2
5.1
5.9
-9 .5
-1 1 .4
1.0
-.4

(3)
(3)
0
0
(3)

(3)

(3)
6.1
4.9
9.0
(3)
(3)
6.3
3.6
(3)
6.4
8.3
8.3
(3)
(3)
.3

(3)
-26.1
-3 7 .5
0
-1 .5
0
0
0
(3)
.1
.1
0
0
.2
.3
0
0
0
.3
-.3
.8
1.2
0
1.1
0
0
0
0
0
(3)
-.1
1.0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
P roduct
co d e

Index
July
198 9 2

Specialty cleaning, polishing and sanitation preparations— Continued
Automobile body polishes and cleaners....................................
Furniture polishes and cleaners...............................................
Floor p olish ..........................................................................
Water em ulsion..................................................................
Liquid (other than water em ulsion)........................................
Leather dressings and finishes, excluding shoe p o lish .................
Related products, including metal polish and polishing cloths and
papers ...........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................
Miscellaneous receipts.............................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................
Secondary products.................................................................
Soap and other detergents .....................................................
All other secondary products..................................................
Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.....................................................
Surface-active a g e n ts.......................................................................
Primary products........................................................................
Textile and leather assistants and finishes ...................................
A ssistan ts............................................................................
Textile..............................................................................
Leather.............................................................................
Fin ish e s..............................................................................
Textile..............................................................................
Bulk surface-active agents (surfactants).......................................
Anionic............................ ....................................................
Sulfonic a c id s....................................................................
Sulfuric acid esters .............................................................
Other anionic surfactants.....................................................
C atio n ic..............................................................................
N o nio nic..............................................................................
Other nonionic surfactants...................................................
Secondary products.................................................................

127.8

109.2
119.3
111.3

N ov. 1988

O ct. 1989

( 3)

( 3)

2842-411
2 8 4 2-41 5
284 2-42
2842-421
2 84 2-42 3
284 2-46 3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 7 /8 3
0 6 /8 9

111.1
109.2
119.1
100.0

(3)
120.5
93.6

(3)
119.3
111.3
109.2
120.5
95.0

2 84 2-49 8
284 2-S M
2 842-M
2 84 2-Z 89
2 842-S
2 8 4 1 -S
2 842-S S S
2879-S

0 6 /8 3

123.4

125.3

125.3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

97.3
97.3
120.7
125.3
112.9
122.0

96.0
96.0
120.1
124.8
111.8
122.0

96.3
96.3
119.4
124.9
109.8
122.4

2843-P
2843-1
2 8 4 3-13
2843-131
2 8 4 3-13 5
2 84 3-16
2843-161
2 843-5
2 84 3-53
2 8 4 3-53 5
2 84 3-53 7
2 8 4 3-53 9
284 3-55
284 3-57
2 8 4 3-57 9
284 3-S

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 3 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

124.0
126.1
116.5
116.3
118.8

124.1
125.9
116.6
116.5
119.1
105.5
116.8
114.8
128.5
120.7
133.5
109.2
138.9
115.4
139.3
122.1
117.6

123.9
125.6
116.6
116.4
118.9
105.5
116.8
114.8
128.2
120.7
133.4
138.9
113.9
139.4
123.1
117.6

(3)
10.2
-4 .7
4.1
2.2
7.7

0
-1 .3
.1
.8
0

2844-P
2844-1
2 8 4 4-15 6
284 4-2
2 84 4-2A
2844-211
2 8 4 4-22 3
2 8 4 4-23 2
2844-23201
2 8 4 4-23 2 02
284 4-3
2 84 4-3A
2844-321
2 8 4 4 -3 B
2844-341
2 84 4-36 A
2 8 4 4-36 3
2844-31
2 84 4-31 A
2 8 4 4-31 6
2 84 4-33 7
2844-351
284 4-4
2844-421
284 4-5
2844-51
2 8 4 4 -5 1 A
2844-511
2 84 4-51 2
2 84 4-51 3
2 84 4-51 4
2 8 4 4 -5 1 B
2 84 4-51 5
2 84 4-51 6
2 84 4-51 8

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

148.8
150.8
138.3
127.1
155.8
150.2
144.7
160.1
158.2
107.5
120.7
145.4
142.1
136.0
153.3
159.8
122.4
154.6
114.7
112.1
108.1
140.3
175.3
133.8
128.5
156.6
152.0
163.9
194.1
144.8
169.1
148.7
141.4
134.1
108.4
148.5

151.5
153.7
138.3
127.1
162.5
150.4
145.0
160.1
168.9
116.7
124.4
147.6
143.0
136.9
155.2
163.0
123.8
155.3
110.8
108.3
104.0
148.8
185.2
135.7

151.9
154.0
138.3
127.1
163.8
150.7
145.6
160.1
170.7
118.6
124.3
147.3
142.7
136.6
155.0
161.2
123.7
155.2
110.7
108.3
103.9
146.0
185.2
135.7

3.8
4.0
2.9
4.0
6.2
3.1
2.6
4.0
7.8
8.0
7.3
2.3
1.8
1.9
1.2
1.7
1.1
.5
-2 .7
-2 .7
-3.1
5.0
7.4
2.6

.3
.2
0
0
.8
.2
.4
0
1.1
1.6
-.1
-.2
-.2
-.2
-.1
-1.1
-.1
-.1
-.1
0
-.1
-1 .9
0
0

2 84 4-51 9
2 84 4-52 A
2844-521
284 4-52 2

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

284 4-52 3
284 4-52 B
284 4-52 C

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

2843

Toilet preparations...........................................................................
Primary products........................................................................
Shaving preparations................................................................
Aftershave preparations.........................................................
Perfume, toilet water, and co lo gn e ..............................................
Perfum e..............................................................................
Perfume oil mixtures and ble nds...........................................
Liquid and solid perfume......................................................
Cologne and toilet water.........................................................
Cologne ...........................................................................
Toilet w a te r.......................................................................
Hair preparations.....................................................................
Hair tonics and rin s e s ............................................................
Hair tonics (including conditioners)........................................
Hair dressings and s p ra y s......................................................
Hair d re ssin gs....................................................................
Hair s p r a y s .......................................................................
Aerosol hair sp ra y s..........................................................
S h a m p o o s...........................................................................
Synthetic organic detergent..................................................
Liquid synthetic organic detergent......................................
Permanents - both home and commercial.................................
Hair coloring preparations ....... ...............................................
Dentifrices ..............................................................................
Toothpaste...........................................................................
Other cosmetics and toilet preparations.......................................
Creams and lo tio n s...............................................................
Creams ............................................................................
Cleansing c re a m s............................................................
Foundation cre am s..........................................................
Lubricating creams, including hormone c re am s.....................
Other c r e a m s .................................................................
Lotions and o il s .................................................................
Suntan lotions and sunscreens, including o ils .......................
Cleansing lotions .............................................................
Hand lo tion s...................................................................
Other lotions & oils, including petroleum jellies but excluding
hair, aftershave & bath o ils ..........................................
C o sm e tic s...........................................................................
Lip preparations (lipstick, lip gloss, etc.).................................
Blushers (rouges), excluding lip r o u g e ....................................
Eye preparations (mascara, eye shadows, eye liners, eye creams,
e tc.)...........................................................................
Deodorants..........................................................................
Underarm deodorants.........................................................
See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
198 9 2

< Z
£
0 o
0
C <
O

Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

60

( 3)

(3)
116.6
114.6
128.8
120.2
133.5
( 3)

(3)
( 3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

( 3)

4.3

0
0

( 3)

.5
7.3
( 3)

( 3)

0
1.5

4.9
( 3)

3.4
1.7
4.0
-2 .7
3.9
4.0
3.1
5.1
4.5
5.1
1.2
(3)
3.9
2.3
2.5
2.1

( 3)

0
.3
.3
-.6
.1
-1 .8
.3
-.2
-.2
0
-.1
-.2
0
0
0
-.2
0
-.1
(3)

(3)
.2
.1
0
0
0
0
0
.2

( 3)

( 3)

158.5
154.2
169.9
2 04.3
155.9
169.1
151.6
140.0

158.8
154.4
169.9
204.3
155.9
169.1
151.6
140.3

(3)
108.4
148.5

(3)
108.4

( 3)

(3)

( 3)

134.3
161.9
130.9
151.2

124.9
161.7
132.7
145.5

124.9
164.1
132.7
155.4

-1 .2
6.1
12.5
4.4

0
1.5
0
6.8

196.2
166.8
160.6

196.0
164.0
156.7

198.0
164.0
156.7

2.6
-.9
-1 .6

1.0
0
0

4.3
4.2
6.2
8.3
6.9
6.0
2.8
1.9

( 3)

0

( 3)
( 3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
1 98 9 2

T o ile t p re p a ra tio n s— C ontin u ed
Liquid, cre a m and ro ll-on d e o d o ra n ts .........................................................
M a n icure p re p a ra tio n s ..............................................................................................
P ow de rs .........................................................................................................................
Fa ce p o w d e r s ..........................................................................................................
W e t a p p lica tio n pow d e rs, and o th e r pow d e rs, in clu din g fo o t
p o w d e r s .............................................................................................................
B ath o ils and s a lt s .....................................................................................................
B ath o ils and s a l t s .................................................................................................
O th e r c o sm e tics a nd to ile t p re pa ra tion s ...........................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
P aints and A llie d P ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A rch itectu ra l coatings, including a rch itectu ral la c q u e r s ...................................
E x te r io r ...........................................................................................................................
S o lv e n t-ty p e .............................................................................................................
P aints and tinting bases, including barn and ro o f p a in t s ....................
Stains, including shingle and s h a k e ............................................................
W a te r -ty p e .................................................................................................................
P aints and tin ting bases, including barn and ro o f p a in t s ....................
I n t e r io r ............................................................................................................................
S o lv e n t-ty p e .............................................................................................................
S em igloss, eggshell and satin paints and tin ting b ases .....................
W a te r -ty p e .................................................................................................................
F lat paints and tinting b a s e s ..........................................................................
S em igloss, e gg she ll and sa tin p a in ts a nd tin ting b a se s .....................
O th e r in terior w a te r th in n e d co a tin g s .........................................................
P ro d u ct fin ishe s fo r orig in al e q u ip m e n t m a n u fa ctu re rs (O E M ), e xclud in g
m arine c o a t in g s ......................................................................................................
T ra n sp o rta tio n fin ishe s, e xce p t pow d e re d a nd h igh -so lid s c o a t in g s ......
A u to m o b ile f in is h e s ................................................................................................
O th e r tra n sp o rta tio n e q u ip m e n t fin ishe s, in clu din g a ircra ft a nd
ra ilr o a d ................................................................................................................
W o o d fin is h e s ..............................................................................................................
W o o d furnitu re , ca bin e t, a nd fixtu re f in is h e s ...............................................
W o o d a nd co m p o sitio n boa rd fla t sto c k f in is h e s .......................................
S he e t, strip and coil coatin gs, in clu din g sidings, e xclud in g
c o n ta in e r s .............................................................................................................
C o n ta in e r a nd clo sure fin ish e s .............................................................................
M a chinery and equ ip m e nt finishes, including road building and farm
im p le m e n t.............................................................................................................
M etal furnitu re and fixture fin is h e s ......................................................................
H igh-solids fin ishe s (over 62.5 p ercen t s o lid s ) ...............................................
O th e r p ro du ct finishes, e x c e p t se m i-m an u fa ctured (e.g. p igm ent
dispersions, and ink v e h ic le s ) ........................................................................
S pecial p urpose coatings, including all m arine c o a tin g s ................................
Industrial m a in tain a nce p a in ts (sp e cially fo rm u la te d ) ...................................
In te r io r .........................................................................................................................
E xte rio r .......................................................................................................................
A u to m o tive a nd m a ch ine ry re fin ish co a tin g s ...................................................
P aints a nd ena m e ls, e x c e p t la qu e rs ..............................................................
P rim ers and u n d e rc o a te rs ...................................................................................
L a c q u e rs ....................................................................................................................
M arine paints and ena m e ls (sh e lf g o o d s and sp ecia lly form u late d,
e xcluding sp ar v a r n is h ) ....................................................................................
A eroso l p a in t s ..............................................................................................................
O the r special p urpo se c o a tin g s ............................................................................
M iscellan eo u s allied p ain t p r o d u c ts .........................................................................
T h in ne rs fo r d op es & la cqu e rs & o leo re sin ou s thinners, inc. m ixtures
& p ro prietary th in n e r s ........................................................................................
M isc. re lated p roducts, inc. brush cleaners, n on pressu re w o od
preservatives, putty, e tc .....................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O th e r secon da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

Nov.
198 9 2

O ct. 1989

2 84 4-52 8
2 84 4-53
284 4-54
2 84 4-54 3

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

148.3
147.5
158.2
165.9

139.8
147.5
160.8
170.8

139.8
147.8
157.7
170.8

-1 .3
.5
5.9
9.0

0
.2
-1 .9
0

2 84 4-54 9
2 84 4-56
2844-561
284 4-59
2 84 4-S M
2 844-M
2 84 4-Z 89
2844-S

0 3 /8 0

161.4

169.0

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

(3)
124.9

(3)
125.0

(3)
127.5

(3)
7.1

(3)
2.0

0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

103.4
103.1
212.0

103.8
103.5
215.6

103.8
103.5
218.0

1.5
1.4
5.3

0
0
1.1

285 1 -P
2851-1
2851-1A
285 1 -1A A
2851-112
2851-137
2 85 1 -1AB
2851-141
2 85 1 -1B
2851-1 BA
2 851-169
2851-18
2851-181
285 1-18 3
2 85 1-18 8

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 8

120.4
119.0
125.6
119.3
122.8
102.5
125.8
116.3
106.8
131.2
130.4
132.4
131.5
132.8
127.2

121.6
120.3
126.9
121.6
127.6
104.5
124.6
116.6
107.2
131.8
130.5
132.7
132.4
133.6
128.1
112.2

6.5
6.5
6.8
7.7
7.9

.5
.6
.3
.8
1.8

(3)
8.1
7.6

(3)

121.0
119.6
126.5
120.6
125.3
103.6
125.8
116.6
107.1
131.7
130.5
132.7
132.4
133.6
127.9
112.2

•9
-1 .0
0
.1
.1
0
0
0
0
.2
0

285 1-2
2 8 5 1 -2A
2 8 5 1-22 2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

110.1
114.9
113.6

110.5
113.5
111.9

111.5
117.5
117.1

4.4
7.7
9.4

.9
3.5
4.6

2 85 1-22 5
2 8 5 1 -2B
2 85 1-23 7
2 85 1-23 9

1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 8

105.2
108.1
111.7
101.6

105.2
108.4
112.0
101.6

105.2
108.3
111.9
101.6

(3)
2.3
2.5

0
-.1
-.1
0

2851-241
2 851-243

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

111.0
101.9

111.0
103.6

110.0
105.4

.3
7.1

-.9
1.7

2 851-247
2 851-249
2 851-254

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

119.9
109.8
122.7

122.5
109.1
123.8

122.5
109.1
124.1

9.1
(3)
-.4

0
0
.2

2851-267
285 1-3
2 8 5 1 -3A
2851-301
285 1-30 5
2 8 5 1 -3 B A
2 851-314
2 85 1-316
2 851-327

1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

102.9
118.3
121.1
126.6
118.2
121.8
118.9
137.5
119.1

103.4
118.8
121.9
127.5
118.8
122.3
118.9
137.5
121.6

103.2
119.6
122.7
128.1
119.9
123.4
120.8
137.5
121.6

2 85 1-315
2851-33
2 85 1-398
2851-5

1 2 /8 8
0 7 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

108.0
106.5
101.5
108.7

109.0
106.5
102.0
108.7

(3)
106.5
102.9
109.0

(3)
1.3
(3)
(3)

0
.9
.3

2851-531

0 6 /8 3

127.0

127.9

127.9

13.7

0

2 85 1-598
285 1 -SM
285 1 -M
2 85 1 -Z89
285 1 -S
2851S SSSS
2 89 1 -S

1 2 /8 8

106.6

106.0

106.6

(3)

.6

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

130.7
131.4
133.4
118.4

131.4
132.2
133.4

9.5
10.1

.5
.5
.1

(3)

132.1
132.8
133.6
118.4

1 2 /8 8

103.5

103.7

104.0

(3)
-1.1

2851

A dh e sives and s e a la n ts ...........................................................................................
Industrial o rganic c h e m ic a ls ...................................................................................................

286

1 2 /8 4

122.0

120.0

119.8

G um and w o od c h e m ic a ls .......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S oftw o od d istilla tion p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................
O th e r gum and w o od c h e m ic a ls ..............................................................................

2861

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

118.3
112.6

114.1
108.5
123.2
101.8

114.4
108.8
120.6
103.0

286 1 -P
2861-1
2861-2

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov. 1988

61

(3)
107.0

(3)
6.3
4.7
4.6
7.1
6.5
8.2
(3)

(3)

(3)
7.1
7.5
7.8
7.5
8.7
9.1
(3)
(3)

(3)
0

-.3

-.2
.7
.7
.5
.9
.9
1.6
0
0
(3)

(3)

.
3
-.2

-1 .6

.
3
.3

(3)
-5 .6

-2.1
1.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
198 9 2

G um and w o o d c h e m ica ls— C o ntin u ed
H a rd w o od d is tilla tio n p r o d u c ts ...............................................................................
C h arcoa l, e xclud in g b riq u e ts ...............................................................................
C h arcoa l briquets, in clu din g b len d s w ith lig n ite o r o th e r m a terials
T a ll o i l s ...........................................................................................................................
O th e r ta ll oil d erivative s, in clu din g ro sin acid salts, e x c e p t tall
oil fa tty a cids ...................................................................................................
C yclic (coal tar) cru d e s and in term ed ia tes, o rg a n ic d yes a nd
p ig m e n ts .................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C yclic in te r m e d ia te s .......................................................................................................
O th e r c yclic in te r m e d ia te s .......................................................................................
P h e n o l.........................................................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s o th e r c yclic in te r m e d ia te s .....................................................
S ynth etic org an ic d yes .................................................................................................
S ynth etic org an ic d y e s .............................................................................................
S ynth etic org an ic p igm en ts (lakes and to n e r s ) ...................................................
P hth alocya nine b lue (B lue 15) ..........................................................................
O th e r s y n th e tic org an ic p ig m e n ts ....................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
P lastic m aterials and r e s in s ....................................................................................
Industrial org an ic ch em icals, n .e .c.........................................................................

Nov.
1 98 9 2

N ov. 1988

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

114.7
112.8
114.7
85.4

114.7
112.8
114.7
77.6

117.6
112.8
117.6
77.6

(3)
5.3
-1 9 .8

2.5
0
2.5
0

286 1-29 8

0 6 /8 4

8 7.6

87.5

87.5

-1 2 .7

0

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 3 /8 3
1 2 /8 2

113.2
120.6
123.0
129.8
174.0
122.0

112.2
119.4
120.2
127.5
168.6
119.8

112.2
118.3
118.5
126.5
168.6
118.5

2.2
.3
-2.1
.6
(3)
.3

0
-.9
-1 .4
-.8
0
-1.1

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

129.5
125.7
133.0
124.0

131.5
126.5
133.0
125.0

131.2
126.5
133.0
124.9

5.3
5.3
8.7
4.4

-.2
0
0
-.1

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

118.4
118.4
99.4
114.3
94.4

123.9
123.9
98.2

125.6
125.6
100.6

7.9
7.9
6.7

1.4
1.4
2.4

(3)
97.2

(3)
98.5

(3)
12.2

(3)
1.3

2869-P
2869-3
2869-311
2869-31 1 12
2869-331
2869-351
286 9-35 1 99
2 869-5
2869-51 2
286 9-51 2 12
2 869-599
2869-59 9 12
2 86 9-59913
28 6 9 -5 9 9 9 9

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 7 /8 7
1 2 /8 2

128.0
111.4
87.9
91.3
111.4
117.0
69.7
69.2
119.6
92.7
109.6
133.3
170.8
130.8
109.5

125.4
110.8
87.6
90.8
111.4
118.6
68.4
67.9
115.1
92.0
108.7
124.3
142.2
107.9
109.7

125.2
110.6
87.6
90.8
111.4
118.6
6 8.4
67.9
111.7
82.9
98.0
122.3
136.7
101.1
110.6

-2 .3
2.1
1.0
-7 .6
2.1
6.4
3.5
3.5
-4 .7
-3 .5
-3 .2
-8 .8
-2 3 .3
-1 3 .0
5.8

-.2
-.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
-3 .0
-9 .9
-9 .8
-1 .6
-3 .9
-6 .3
.8

2 8 6 9-6

1 2 /8 2

108.0

105.4

106.2

3.5

.8

2 8 6 9-69 9
286 9-7
2869-721
2 86 9-72 2
2 86 9 -7 3 6
2 86 9-73 8
2 86 9-74 7
2 8 6 9-75 4

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 7 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

111.2
114.8
175.0
98.7
2 99.0
119.6
106.8
97.4

111.3
114.7
175.2
106.3
2 99.4
102.5
106.2
97.7

111.1
114.5

2.2
2.7

-.2
-.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
98.6
106.2
97.7

(3)
(3)
(3)
-2 9 .2
5.6
7.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
-3 .8
0
0

2 86 9-79 9
286 9-S M
286 9-M
2 8 6 9-Z 89
286 9-S
2 8 2 1-S
286 5-S
2 869-S S S

1 2 /8 2

104.2

103.5

103.7

-1.1

.2

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

164.1
166.9
154.7
151.2
116.9
174.3

147.1
149.6
149.9
133.0
117.3
176.0

143.4
145.9
149.9
131.2
122.3
175.0

-2 9 .5
-2 9 .5
-4 .5
-2 6 .6
3.0
9.5

-2 .5
-2 .5
0
-1 .4
4.3
-.6

1 2 /8 4

106.5

104.3

104.5

-5 .0

.2

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /7 9
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 6 /8 6

113.0
104.0
108.8
120.2
104.6
118.8
102.8
109.0
114.5
101.2
101.2
84.9
99.8

106.4
96.4
101.3
102.8
85.3
96.8
101.9
99.3
102.5
98.9
98.9
75.6
117.7

106.8
97.0
101.3
101.1
84.0
95.3
100.0
99.3
102.4
99.6
99.6
78.9
116.6

-1 6 .0
-1 7 .4
-1 5 .0
-5 .2
-8 .9
-9 .0
7.4
-1 7 .6
-1 7 .1
-2 0 .4
-2 0 .4
-2 9 .0
16.5

.4
.6
0
-1 .7
-1 .5
-1 .5
-1 .9
0
-.1
.7
.7
4.4
-.9

1 2 /7 9

163.6

162.4

162.4

-5 .4

0

286 5
2 865-P
2865-1
2 8 6 5-19 9
2 86 5 -1 9 9 1 5
2865-19 9 99
2865-2
2865-299
2865-3
2865-31111
2865-31 1 99
2865-SM
2865-M
2 86 5-Z 89
2865-S
2 82 1 -S
2869-S
2869

A g ricu ltu ra l c h e m ic a ls ................................................................................................................

2 87

N itro g e n o u s fe r tiliz e r s ................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S yn th e tic am m o nia, n itric acid and a m m o nium c o m p o u n d s ..........................
N itra te (1 0 0 % N H 4 N 0 3 ) ..........................................................................................
N itra te fo r fe rtilize r u s e .........................................................................................
S olid n itra te ..........................................................................................................
E xplosive n itra te and o th e r uses .....................................................................
N itro g e n s o lu tio n s a nd o th e r a m m o nium c o m p o u n d s ..................................
N itro g e n so lutio n s, in clu din g m ixtu re s co n ta in in g urea ( 1 0 0 % N ) ........
A n h yd ro u s a nd a qu a a m m o n ia .............................................................................
A nh yd rou s a m m o n ia .............................................................................................
U r e a ......................................................................................................................................
F e rtilizer m aterial o f o rg an ic o r ig in ...........................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2873
2873-P
2873-1
287 3 -1 A
2 8 7 3 -1 5A
2 8 7 3-15 2
2 87 3-15 3
2 8 7 3 -1 B
2 8 7 3-15 5
2873-13
2873-131
2873-2
2873-3
2873-SM
2873-S

See footnotes at end of table.

62

5.4

O ct. 1989

286 1-25
2 86 1-25 2
2 8 6 1-25 5
286 1-29

Industrial org an ic ch em icals, n .e .c.........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S yn th e tic org an ic ch em icals, n .e .c............................................................................
F la vo r and p erfu m e m a te r ia ls ................................................................................
C hem ical co m p ou nd s, m ix e d .............................................................................
R u bber pro cessin g c h e m ic a ls ................................................................................
P la s tic iz e r s .....................................................................................................................
O th e r p la s tic iz e rs .....................................................................................................
E thyl a lcoh o l and o th e r industrial org an ic ch em icals, n .e .c.............................
Ethyl a lc o h o l.................................................................................................................
D e na tured (special o r c o m p lete ) e thyl a lcoh o l ...........................................
O th e r industrial o rg an ic ch em icals, n .e .c............................................................
E th y le n e ......................................................................................................................
P ropylene, c h e m ic a l...............................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s o th e r industrial org an ic chem icals, n .e .c...........................
M isce lla n e o u s e n d -u se c h e m ica ls and ch e m ica l p ro du cts, e xclud in g
u r e a ..............................................................................................................................
O th e r m isce lla n e o u s e n d -u se c h e m ica ls a nd ch e m ica l p ro du cts,
|
e xclud in g u r e a ......................................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s c yclic a nd a cyclic c h e m ica ls and ch e m ica l p r o d u c t s .........
A c e tic a c i d .....................................................................................................................
A c e t o n e ..........................................................................................................................
E th yle n e o x id e ..............................................................................................................
F o rm a ld e h y d e ...............................................................................................................
P ro pyle n e g ly c o l..........................................................................................................
A lco h o ls, syn th e tic, m o n o h yd ric ...........................................................................
O th e r m iscellan eo u s c yclic a nd a cyc lic c h e m ica ls a nd ch e m ica l
p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
P la stic m a terials a nd re s in s ....................................................................................
C yclic cru d e s and in term ed ia tes, o rg a n ic d yes a nd p ig m e n t s .................
O th e r s e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................




O ct.
198 9 2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
in d u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
1 98 9 2

Phosphatic fertilizers...........................................................................
Primary products...........................................................................
Superphosphate and other phosphatic fertilizer m aterials..................
Superphosphate......................................................................
Triple superphosphates (42% P205 and above).........................
Ammonium phosphates and other phosphatic fertilizer m aterials.....
Ammonium phosphates..........................................................
Mixed fertilizers (produced from one or more materials made in the
same p lan t).........................................................................

Nov. 1988

O ct. 198!

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

118.8
116.2
106.0
104.7
103.3
106.4
107.2

114.1
112.9
101.4
94.2
92.9
103.6
104.4

114.0
112.0
101.2
91.0
89.7
104.3
105.1

-1 3 .0
-1 1 .5
-1 6 .2
-2 8 .2
-2 8 .2
-1 2 .3
-1 2 .2

-0.1
-.8
-.2
-3 .4
-3 .4
.7
.7

2 87 4-4

1 2 /7 9

121.1

126.6

122.3

-8 .9

-3 .4

2 875-P

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

126.3
126.0

123.7
1 22.4

122.8
121.7

-2 .6
-1 .6

-.7
-.6

0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6

111.9
111.7
113.4
108.7

108.7
106.9
111.7
106.4

108.1
105.7
111.9
105.1

-1 .6
-3 .0
-.8
.1

-.6
-1 .1
.2
-1 .2

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

127.6
127.3
127.2

129.0
128.7
123.2

126.2
125.9
127.6

-4 .0
-4 .1
-1 3 .4

-2 .2
-2 .2
3.6

2 879-P

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

111.7
113.5

112.4
114.5

112.9
115.2

5.3
6.7

.4
.6

287 9-5
2 8 7 9-52 5
2879-52531
2879-52541
2879-52561

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 6

121.1
118.8
123.1
123.4
109.2

123.2
121.2
127.2
123.8
110.1

125.9
124.5
129.2
128.1
110.1

6.1
6.3
7.2
4.7
5.5

2.2
2.7
1.6
3.5
0

2 87 9-6
2 87 9 -6 2 5
2879-62561
2 87 9 -6 2 5 6 5
2 87 9 -6 2 5 7 9

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 0 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

110.7
112.3
111.1
125.9
94.5

110.7
112.3
112.5
126.8
91.8

110.7
112.2
112.5
126.8
95.2

8.1
8.1
4.5
8.1
9.8

0
-.1
0
0
3.7

287 9-7
2 8 7 9-72 5

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

98.3
104.0

9 9.8
105.7

99.2

3.8

(3)

(3)

(3)

2 87 9-8
2 8 7 9-83 2

0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

119.3
116.7

119.4
118.3

115.0
118.0

-1 .8
1.0

-3 .7
-.3

2 87 9 -8 9 8
2 8 7 9-9
2879-91

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

114.3
107.4
107.2

114.3
111.2
110.3

109.8
111.2
110.3

-1 .6
6.4
6.9

-3 .9
0
0

2 87 9 -9 9 8
2 87 9-S M
2 87 9-M
2 87 9 -Z 8 9
2 87 9-S

0 6 /8 2

109.3

117.7

120.1

10.2

2.0

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

116.5
117.3
99.6

116.7

116.7

.2

(3)
99.5

(3)
9 9.5

(3)
2.1

1 2 /8 4

114.9

114.9

115.7

4.0

.7

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

120.7
121.1
120.9
111.4
112.4

120.0
120.2
121.1
111.8
112.4

122.1
119.5
121.1
111.8
112.4

4.9
1.9
.8
1.1
.5

1.8
- .6
0
0
0

2 87 5-4
2 875-411
2875-421
2 875-431
2 87 5-S M
2 87 5-M
2 87 5 -Z 8 9
2 87 5-S
287 9

Miscellaneous chemical products..........................................................
Adhesives and se alan ts.......................................................................
Primary products..........................................................................
Natural base glues and adh esives................................................
Vegetable adh e sive s................................................................
Dextrines............................................................................
Other natural base glues and adhesives, from natural gums, shellac,
silicate, lacquers, etc...........................................................
Synthetic resin and rubber adhesives, including all types of bonding
and laminating adh esives......................................................
Epoxy a dh esives.....................................................................
Vinyl type adh esives................................................................
Polyvinyl acetate, latex t y p e ...................................................
Acrylic a dh e sive s....................................................................
Polyester adhesives.................................................................
Hot melt adhesives, including nylon, polyolefin, and other hot melts .
Rubber and synthetic resin combinations....................................
Rubber cement, for sale as s u c h ...............................................
Latex type...........................................................................
Solvent ty p e ........................................................................
Caulking compounds and se alan ts...............................................
Natural b a s e ..........................................................................
Synthetic b a s e ........................................................................
General performance sealants (PVAC, butyl, vinyl, acrylic,
neoprene, e tc .)..............................................................

2 8 9 1 -P
2 89 1-3
2 89 1-35
2 891-351

-.6

0
(3)
0

2 8 9 1-39 8

107.0

107.0

(3)

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 1 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 1 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

123.4
128.6
121.2
131.6
116.8
117.7
119.7
112.6
122.1
110.9
128.1
114.0
123.6
113.3

122.0
131.7
121.3
131.6
116.8
117.8
120.7
112.6
122.2
111.1
128.1
114.0
123.6
113.3

120.9
132.5
121.3
131.6
119.7
115.8
120.3
112.6
122.2
111.1
128.1
114.0
123.6
113.3

1.2
8.2
5.8
8.4
9.5
-.5
3.6
4.1
2.5
-.1
3.7
4.6
4.0
4.6

- .9
.6
0
0
2.5
-1 .7
-.3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

289 1 -5 6 6

63

1 2 /8 3

2 89 1-4
2891-411
2 89 1-44
2891-441
289 1-45 3
2 8 9 1-45 5
2 8 9 1-46 5
2 8 9 1-47 8
2 8 9 1-48
2891-481
2 89 1-48 3
289 1-5
2 89 1-55
2 89 1-56

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
1 9892

2 874-P
2 87 4-2
2 87 4-2A
2874-241
2 87 4-2B
2874-251

Fertilizers, mixing o n ly .........................................................................
Primary products...........................................................................
Mixed fertilizers (made by plants which do not manufacture phosphatic
fertilizer materials).................................................................
Solid, b u lk ..............................................................................
Solid, b a gge d ..........................................................................
F lu id .....................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.................................
Miscellaneous receipts................................................................
R e s a le s .................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................
Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c..................................................................
Primary products...........................................................................
Insecticidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or health
service u s e ..........................................................................
Containing organic compounds ..................................................
Carbamate preparations.........................................................
Organo-phosphate preparations...............................................
Biological preparations..........................................................
Herbicidal praparations primarily for agricultural, garden or health
service u s e ..........................................................................
Containing organic co m p o u n d s..................................................
Urea preparations.................................................................
Triazine preparations.............................................................
Other organic preparations.....................................................
Fungicidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or health
service u s e ..........................................................................
Containing organic compounds ..................................................
Other pesticidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or
health service u s e ................................................................
Rodenticides..........................................................................
All other pesticidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden
or health service u s e ..........................................................
Household pesticidal preparations.................................................
Insecticides for crawling insects, except fum igants........................
Other household pesticidal preparations, including industrial
exterminants.....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................
Miscellaneous receipts................................................................
R e s a le s .................................................................................
Secondary products...................................................................

O ct.
1 98 9 2

1 2 /8 3

107.4

107.4

107.4

8.2

0

(3)

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
In d u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
198 9 2

A d h e sive s a nd s e a la n ts— C o ntin u ed
S pe cia l p e rfo rm a n ce s e a la n ts (epoxy, u re th a ne , polysu lfid e ,
s ilicon e, e t c . ) .....................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................
C h e m ica ls and ch e m ica l p re pa ra tion s, n .e .c.....................................................

Nov.
198 9 2

1 2 /8 3

118.7

118.7

118.7

N ov. 1988

O ct. 1989

3.7

2 8 9 1-56 7
2 8 9 1 -S M
2 8 9 1 -M
2 8 9 1 -S
2 8 9 1 -S S S
2 899-S

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 3
0 2 /8 4

115.7
126.2

116.0
129.0

116.0
129.0

2.7
8.1

0
0

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

162.2
143.6

162.9
143.4

167.2
151.6

8.7
9.4

2.6
5.7

2892-1
2892-11
2 892-117
2892-11 8
2892-121
2892-12 7
2892-13 3
2892-13 6
2 89 2-15

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8

144.6
136.9
143.5

144.4
136.6
142.4

152.6
149.6
142.2

9.4
16.1
4.3

5.7
9.5
-.1

(3)
(3)
103.6

(3)
(3)
103.6

(3)
(3)
103.6

(3)
(3)
2.1

(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0

102.4
138.0

102.4
138.0

(3)
138.0

(3)
-1.1

(3)

2 892-155
2892-S M
2 892-M
2892-X Y 9

0 6 /8 8

89.8

89.8

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 8

279.4
115.9

282.3
117.3

2 80.0
116.2

7.9
8.2

-.8
-.9

2 89 2-Y 6 6
2 89 2-Z 89

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0

115.9
267.1

117.3
267.1

116.2
267.1

8.2
5.4

-.9
0

2893-P
2893-2
2 89 3-232
289 3-23 9
2 89 3-4
2893-481
2893-5

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

117.1
116.9
115.6
103.6
113.9
110.7
111.7
120.1

117.4
117.3
115.9
103.6
114.8
111.7
112.7
121.0

117.5
117.4
115.9
103.6
114.8
111.9
113.0
121.0

5.3
5.8
10.1
.9
2.4
3.1
3.2
7.1

.1
.1
0
0
0
.2
.3
0

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

81.3
81.3

80.7
80.7

81.2
8 1.2

1.5
1.5

.6
.6

1 2 /8 3

76.0

75.2

75.7

2.0

.7
.2
.3
.8
.7

2 893

C a rb on b l a c k ................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C a rbon b la c k .....................................................................................................................
W e s t south ce ntra l region .......................................................................................

118.1

2 892

Printing ink .....................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
L itho grap h ic and o ffs e t ink (black and c o lo r ) ......................................................
P ublication i n k ..............................................................................................................
O th e r lith og ra p hic and o ffs e t i n k ..........................................................................
F le xo gra p hic i n k ..............................................................................................................
P ackaging i n k ...............................................................................................................
P rinting ink, n .e .c..............................................................................................................

1 2 /8 3

2892-P

E x p lo s iv e s ......................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
E xplosives, p ro pe lla nts, and b lastin g a c cesso rie s (n o t m a n ufa ctu re d in
G O C O s )......................................................................................................................
Industrial e x p lo s iv e s ..................................................................................................
AN F O , e xc e p t slu rry ..............................................................................................
W a te r gel and slurries, e xcep t perm issib le s lu r r ie s ...................................
N o nca p se nsitive ................................................................................................
O the r industrial e x p lo s iv e s ..................................................................................
P ro p e lla n ts .....................................................................................................................
P ro pe lla n ts ................................................................................................................
B lasting a c c e s s o rie s ..................................................................................................
O th e r b lasting a c cesso rie s (squibs, ignitors, fuse, non electric
blastin g caps, n .e .c .) ......................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...........................................
C o n tra c t w o rk p erfo rm ed by g o ve rn m e nt o w ne d co m p an y ope ra ted
e sta b lish m e n ts (G O CO s) ............................................................................
R e s a le s ...........................................................................................................................

2 895
2 895-P
2895-111
2895-11101

(3)

0
(3)

0

0

2 899-P
2899-1
2899-121

111.9
112.3
100.4
99.8

112.1
112.6
101.2
100.5

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

115.6
141.2

115.8
144.0

116.0
144.0

3.7
1.5

.2
0

2 89 9-529
2 899-53

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

111.2
139.4

111.2
134.2

111.2
134.1

.1
-4 .4

0
-.1

2 89 9-537
2899-541
2 89 9 -5 5 6

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

108.3
117.8
116.9

108.7
117.8
120.9

108.5
117.8
120.9

8.3
.8
10.9

-.2
0
0

2 8 9 9-55 9
2 89 9-57
2 89 9 -5 7 7
2899-591

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

106.4
106.9
112.5
129.0

106.4
107.6
114.0
129.0

(3)
107.6
114.0
129.0

(3)
1.9
3.4
6.5

2 8 9 9-59 8
2899-SM
2 899-M
2 89 9-Z 89
2899-S
2 8 4 1 -S
289 9-S S S

0 6 /8 5

108.5

110.9

110.9

7.9

0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

136.3
105.3
100.7
104.7

136.3
105.2
103.2
104.9

(3)
104.7
100.0
104.4

(3)
1.2
7.6
.9

(3)
-.5
-3.1
-.5

1 2 /8 4

77.7

77.3

75.9

12.9

-1 .8

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

75.7
75.5
75.5
80.4
80.4
85.4

75.3
75.1
75.3
74.0
74.0
77.0

73.9
73.8
73.6
70.4
70.4
72.8

13.9
13.5
16.1
5.9
5.9
6.9

-1 .9
-1 .7
-2 .3
-4 .9
-4 .9
-5 .5

29

P etroleum R efining .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Fuels ....................................................................................................................................
G a s o lin e .........................................................................................................................
F in ish ed m o to r g a s o lin e .......................................................................................
Leaded r e g u la r ....................................................................................................

111.8
112.2
100.1
99.4

2 899

P etro le um re fin ing and re la te d p ro d u c ts ............................................................................

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

2.7
3.1
1.7
1.9

2899-5
2899-51

C h em ica ls and ch em ical pre pa ra tion s, n .e .c......................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S alt, evap orate d and s o la r ..........................................................................................
E vap o rate d s a l t ............................................................................................................
E ssential oils, fire w o rks and pyro te ch nics, sizes, and ch em ical
p re pa ra tion s, n .e .c....................................................................................................
E ssential oils, unb le nd e d (natural) .......................................................................
Firew o rks & pyro te ch nics, incl. flares, je t fu e l igniters, railroad
torpe d oe s, to y p istol c a p s ...............................................................................
A uto m o tive c h e m ic a ls ...............................................................................................
O the r a uto m o tive ch em icals, including battery acid, d eicing fluid,
ca rb on rem oving s o lv e n ts ...........................................................................
Drilling m ud m aterials, m ud thinn ers, thicken ers, and p u r ifie r s ................
O il-tre a tin g co m p o u n d s (no n-o il b a s e ) ................................................................
M e ta l-tre a tin g co m p o u n d s (n o n-o il base) fo r nitriding, picklin g,
dra w in g, a nd c u t t in g ..........................................................................................
W a te r-tre a tin g c o m p o u n d s ......................................................................................
B o ile r co m p o u n d s ..................................................................................................
P lating c o m p o u n d s .....................................................................................................
O th e r in du stria l ch e m ica l sp ecia ltie s, in clu din g flu x e s a nd p la stic
w o o d p re p a ra tio n s ..............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ...........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
S oa p s and o th e r dete rg en ts, e x c e p t s p ecia lty c le a n e r s .............................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................

2911
2 9 1 1-P
2911-1
2911-1
2 911-13
2 91 1-132

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
198 9 2

64

(3)
0
0
0

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base

C v<D

Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

C c
O __________
0 c
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued

Petroleum Refining— Continued
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other resellers...................
Direct sales to end u se r s...............................................
Premium g ra d e s..............................................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other resellers...................
Direct sales to end u se rs...............................................
Unleaded regular............................................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other resellers...................
Direct sales to end u se r s...............................................
Jet fuel ..............................................................................
Naphtha type jet fu e l..........................................................
Kerosene type jet fuel ........................................................
K erosene.............................................................................
Light fuel o i l.........................................................................
Distillates.........................................................................
#2 fuel oil to jobbers, retailers and other resellers ................
#2 diesel fuel ................................................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other resellers...................
Direct sales to end u se r s...............................................
Other distillates, n.e.c., including #1, #2 fuel direct sales,
and other distillates...................................................
Heavy fuel oil (residual fuel)...................................................
> 1% sulfur.....................................................................
Sales to resellers, including other refiners...........................
Direct sales to end u s e r s .................................................
Not > 1 % sulfu r...............................................................
Sales to resellers, including other refiners...........................
Non-fuel products of petroleum refining ......................................
Lubricating oils and greases, made in refineries......................
Lubricating and similar o il s ...............................................
Asphalt, made in refineries..................................................
Paving grade .................................................................
Liquified refinery gases, including aliphatics (feedstock and other
uses), made in refineries...............................................
Propane/propylene.........................................................
Propylene...................................................................
Chemical grade ...........................................................
Butane/butylene .............................................................
Ethane/ethylene ............................................................
Ethylene.....................................................................
Miscellaneous petroleum refinery products, n.e.c......................
Petroleum coke, made in refineries....................................
Aromatics, made in refineries...........................................
Benzene ....................................................................
Toluene......................................................................

U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index

O ct.
19892

Nov.
1 9892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

2911-1321
2 91 1-13 2 2
2 91 1-13 3
2911-1331
291 1-13 3 2
2 91 1-13 4
2911-1341
2 91 1-13 4 2
291 1-2
2911-211
2 91 1-21 3
2 911-3
291 1-4
2911-41
2911-411
291 1-41 3
2911-4131
2 91 1-41 3 2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

85.2
94.9
84.3
84.2
89.5
77.5
77.4
80.5
68.3
65.6
69.1
64.2
66.8
66.8
67.3
66.2
65.9
66.6

76.8
85.7
79.7
79.7
80.1
70.9
70.9
73.7
75.8
66.1
78.3
73.9
81.1
81.1
80.1
81.9
80.4
84.4

72.6
78.6
76.6
76.6
77.8
67.3
67.3
69.1
79.9
70.5
82.2
75.7
8 1.6
81.6
82.1
81.2
80.5
82.3

6.8
6.2
4.9
4.8
7.3
5.5
5.5
8.3
32.5
11.4
38.2
30.3
36.5
36.5
34.8
37.9
36.4
40.0

-5 .5
-8 .3
-3 .9
-3 .9
-2 .9
-5.1
-5.1
-6 .2
5.4
6.7
5.0
2.4
.6
.6
2.5
-.9
.1
-2 .5

2 91 1 -4 1 5
291 1-5
2911-51
2911-511
2 9 1 1-51 2
2 91 1-52
2911-521
2911-11
291 1-7
2911-721
291 1-9
2911-921

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

69.1
65.7
62.7
66.8
58.0
69.0
57.1
77.1

80.1
64.1
62.3
65.6
58.5
65.6
63.7
75.8

82.2
65.4
62.4
66.4
57.9
68.7
67.3
76.0

34.3
34.8
42.1
41.3
43.3
27.2
15.8

2.6
2.0
.2
1.2
-1 .0
4.7
5.7
.3

0 6 /8 5

96.4

97.4

94.7

4.0

-2 .8

0 6 /8 5

58.6

57.3

56.7

-4 .2

-1 .0

2 9 1 1 -A
2911-A1
2 9 1 1-A 12
2 9 1 1-A1201
291 1-A 2
291 1-A 3
2 9 1 1-A 32
2 9 1 1-D
2911-D21
291 1-D 5
2 9 1 1-D52
2 9 1 1-D53

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

108.8
115.9
129.9
131.2

107.6
115.2
107.1
111.2

108.0
115.5
95.8
99.2

-1 .5
-2 0 .4
-1 6 .8

.4
.3
-1 0 .6
-1 0 .8

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

199.3
81.3
43.8
84.6
68.7
71.8

167.7
78.4
39.8
79.8
71.3
77.5

160.4
79.8
53.3
78.9
83.7
72.1

-24.1
-6 .4
-6 .8
-10 .1
3.0
-1 7 .2

-4 .4
1.8
33.9
-1.1
17.4
-7 .0

1 2 /8 4

93.6

93.4

93.5

-.5

.1

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

101.3
102.0
89.6
79.5
108.7
78.2

100.9
101.6
89.4
78.3
108.2
75.9

101.0
101.6
90.3
78.5
108.1
76.2

-1 .2
-1 .3
-4 .9
-2 .7
-.7

0 6 /8 1

117.2

117.2

117.4

-1 .0

.2

2952-P
2952-1

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

97.9
97.8
113.0

98.2
97.9
113.0

98.2
98.2
113.0

.6
.3

.3

0

0

2952-131
295 2-2
2952-251
2 9 5 2-25 5
2952-261
2 95 2-29 8
295 2-3

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

113.0
87.0
108.8
100.0
103.0
90.9
99.2

113.0
87.4
108.3
99.9
104.2
95.4
99.3

113.0
87.1
108.0
99.9
104.1
93.5
99.7

0

0

-1 .6
-.4
1.8
1.5
2.9
.7

-.3
-.3

2952-311
2952-31101
2 95 2-31 4
2 95 2-32 5
2 95 2-35 3
295 2-S M
2952-S

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

111.7
116.3
103.3
85.1
99.2

112.0
116.7
103.4
85.1

112.0
116.7
103.6
86.1
99.6

8.8
13.3
.1
-.7
-.7

(3)

0

0

Paving and roofing materials.............................................................

295

Paving mixtures and blo ck................................................................
Primary products.......................................................................
Emulsified asphalt, including liquid additives.............................
Other liquid asphalt & tar paving materials, including cut b a c k s ....
Asphaltic (bituminous) concrete.................................................
Other paving mixtures and blocks, including liquid additives............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................
Secondary products................................................................

2951

Asphalt felts and co atin gs................................................................
Primary products.......................................................................
Asphalt and tar saturated felts and boards, non-building................
Asphalt and tar products; except felts, coatings, and cements;
non-building...................................................................
Roofing asphalts and pitches, coatings, and ce m e n ts...................
Fibrated asphaltic roofing c o a tin gs..........................................
Nonfibrated asphaltic roofing coatings .....................................
Asphaltic roofing ce m en ts......................................................
Other roofing asphalts and pitches, coatings, and c e m e n ts.........
Prepared asphalt and tar roofing and siding products....................
Smooth surface roll roofing including talc, mica, and other fine
materials.......................................................................
Smooth asphalt roll roofing, organic b a s e ..............................
Self-sealing strip shingles; 244lbs. or less, organic b a s e .............
Self sealing and regular strip asphalt shingles, fiberglass b a s e .....
Saturated felts for built-up roofing sy ste m s ...............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................
Secondary products................................................................

295 2

0 6 /8 4

98.5

99.5

98.3

2.4

-1 .2

Miscellaneous products of petroleum and c o a l.....................................

299

1 2 /8 4

116.9

117.3

117.5

9.9

.2

Lubricating oils and g re a se s..............................................................

2 992

1 2 /8 0

127.8

127.9

128.1

2.7

29 5 1 -P
2951-111
2 95 1-11 2
2 95 1-11 3
295 1-11 4
2 9 5 1 -SM
29 5 1 -S

See footnotes at end of table.




65

(3)

.1
0

1.0
.3
-.1
.4

(3)

0

0

-.1
-2 .0
.4
0

0
.2
1.2

I
!

.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Ju ly
19892

O ct.
1 98 9 2

Nov.
1 98 9 2

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 1 /8 2
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 8

127.2
128.9
135.1
146.1
112.2
172.7
127.2
109.1
123.7
108.8
113.3
112.8
113.0
105.8
115.9
104.5
123.8
101.8

128.1
129.9
135.1
146.0
112.2
172.2
127.3
109.2
123.7
108.8
115.5
113.4
113.2
105.8
116.4
105.1
124.4
101.8

1 2 /8 0

145.8

133.9

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

133.5
133.5
142.3

135.0
135.0
144.1

1 2 /8 4

110.4

3 0 1 1-P
3011-1
3 011-112
3011-1121
3 0 1 1-11 2 13
3 0 1 1-11 2 22
3 01 1-2
3 0 1 1-21 2
3011-21211
3011-21221
3 0 1 1-21 5
3011-21511
3011-21521
301 1-3

0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

3 01 1 -3 1 6
3 01 1-31 7
3 01 1-33 3
301 1-4
3 01 1-42 3
301 1-5
3011-511
3 0 1 1-53 9

O ct. 1989

128.5
130.4
135.3
146.2
112.5
172.2
127.4
109.3
124.3
109.4
116.3
112.3
113.0

3.8
3.6
2.7
6.0
6.2
5.5
.1
-2 .3
7.4
7.5
4.9
1.7
2.5

0.3
.4
.1
.1
.3
0
.1
.1
.5
.6
.7
-1 .0
-.2

(3)
116.4
105.1
124.4
101.8

(3)
5.3
4.7
6.1
-1 .4

(3)

131.3

-9 .0

-1 .9

135.0
135.0
144.1

53.8
5 3.8
57.3

0
0
0

110.2

110.3

1.7

.1

102.8
98.7
95.9
97.3
97.1
99.3
103.3
96.3
81.1
88.1
80.0
100.3
107.7
90.2
115.8

102.9
98.7
96.3
97.9
98.0
100.8
103.5
95.7
8 0.9
87.5
80.4
98.7
108.2
85.2
115.9

103.0
98.8
96.3
97.9
98.0
100.8
103.3
95.3
8 0.6
87.1
80.4
9 8.0
108.2
8 3.6
118.0

2.9
2.8
3.9
3.9
4.0
6.4

.1
.1
0
0
0
0
-.2
-.4
-.4
-.5
0
-.7
0
-1 .9
1.8

0 6 /8 1

117.3

117.3

117.3

(3)

0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

124.4
100.7
112.5
106.9
113.7
107.1
133.3

126.4
100.7

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
2.6
2.0
3.8

0
0

(3)
(3)
113.4
106.6
133.5

126.4
100.7
110.8
107.0
113.4
106.6
133.5

3 0 2 1 -P
3021-1
3 02 1 -1 A

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6

121.3
126.8
136.6
111.7

121.3
126.8
136.6
111.7

121.4
126.9
137.0
112.2

4.7
3.8
3.9
3.4

.1
.1
.3
.4

3 0 2 1-14 2
3 0 2 1 -1B

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

115.5
107.2

115.5
107.2

115.5
107.2

3.4
4.6

0
0

3021-3
3021-303
3 02 1 -SM
3 02 1 -S

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

108.8
112.8

108.8
112.8

108.8
112.8

3.7
4.5

0
0

1 2 /8 0

100.2

100.2

100.2

12.1

0

3 04 1 -P
3041-1
3041-103
3 04 1-105
3 04 1-2
3041-231
3041-3
3041-312
3 041-314
3 041-316
3041-318
3041-4

L ub rica tin g o ils and g re a se s— C o ntin u ed
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
L ub rica tin g a nd sim ila r o ils ..........................................................................................
A u to m o tiv e .....................................................................................................................
C o m m e rc ia l...............................................................................................................
C o m m e rcia l m o to r o i l ........................................................................................
O th e r c o m m e rcia l o i l .........................................................................................
R e t a il...........................................................................................................................
R e tail m o to r o i l ....................................................................................................
F a cto ry f i l l ..................................................................................................................
O th e r fa c to ry fill o i l ............................................................................................
In d u s tr ia l.........................................................................................................................
G en e ra l indu stria l o i l .............................................................................................
Ind u stria l m e talw orking o i l ...................................................................................
Ind u stria l e n g in e o i l ................................................................................................
L ub rica tin g g r e a s e s ........................................................................................................
A u to m o tive g re a s e s ...................................................................................................
Industrial g re a s e ..........................................................................................................
O th e r g re a s e s ...............................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

N ov. 1988

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/8 1
12/81
12/81
1 2/81
1 2/81
12/81
12/81
12/81

120.5
123.2
118.1
129.8
111.8
126.3
118.6
118.0
136.9
125.6
116.3
84.5
128.3

121.5
123.9
123.3
135.2
117.2
119.1
113.8
117.1

125.5
128.5
123.3
135.2
117.2
128.8
123.8
130.9
137.0
129.3
137.9
85.5
131.6

12.1
13.3
10.5
15.1
9.2
16.2
17.7
16.8
-2.1
4.8
27.9
14.5
25.3

3.3
3.7
0
0
0
8.1
8.8
11.8

2 992-P
2992-1
2992-111
2 992-1111
2992-11111
2 9 9 2-11 1 12
2 99 2-11 1 2
2992-11121
2 99 2-11 1 3
2 9 9 2 -11 1 32
2 992-121
2992-12111
2 9 9 2 -12 1 13
2 99 2 -1 2 1 1 4
2 99 2-2
2 992-231
2 9 9 2-23 2
2 99 2-23 4
2 99 2-S M
2 99 2-S

P etro le um a nd co a l p ro du cts, n .e .c.......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C a lcin ed p etro le um co k e (n o t m ade in re fin e rie s ).............................................

2 99 9

R u bb e r and m iscellan eo u s p lastic p ro d u c ts .....................................................................

30

T ires and in ne r t u b e s ................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P assenger ca r pne um atic t ir e s ..................................................................................
R adials ...........................................................................................................................
H ighw ay standard s e r v ic e ...................................................................................
15 inch Rim diam eter. O riginal equ ip m e nt o r re p la c e m e n t...............
A ll seaso n. O rig in al e q u ip m e n t o r r e p la c e m e n t..........................................
T ru c k /b u s tires, in clu din g o ff h ig h w a y ....................................................................
R a dials ...........................................................................................................................
L igh t high w a y tru ck. O rig in al e q u ip m e n t o r re p la c e m e n t........................
M e d iu m /h e a v y high w a y tru ck. O rig in al e q u ip m e n t o r re p la ce m e n t ....
N o n -ra d ia ls ....................................................................................................................
L igh t high w a y tru ck. O rig in al e q u ip m e n t o r re p la c e m e n t........................
M e d iu m /h e a v y high w a y tru ck. O riginal e q u ip m e n t o r re p la ce m e n t ....
O th e r p n e u m a tic a nd all so lid t ir e s ..........................................................................
Industrial, u tility a nd garde n tra c to r tires. O rig in al e q u ip m e n t o r
re p la c e m e n t..........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r pne um atic, in clu din g bicycle . O riginal e q u ip m e n t o r
re p la c e m e n t..........................................................................................................
Ind u stria l and h ighw ay - s o lid .................................................................................
Inn e r t u b e s ........................................................................................................................
T ru c k /b u s , incl. o ff h ig h w a y ...................................................................................
T re a d rubber, tire su nd rie s, and re p air m a te r ia ls ...............................................
T re a d r u b b e r .................................................................................................................
O th e r tire su nd rie s a nd re p a ir m aterials, n .e .c.................................................

3011

R u bb e r and p la stic f o o t w e a r ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Ru bb e r, p lastic, a nd o th e r p ro te c tiv e fo o t w e a r ...................................................
R u b b e r u p p e r s ..............................................................................................................
Lum be rm a n , pacs, rubbers, a nd o th e r fo o tw e a r h aving ru b be r
u p p e r s .................................................................................................................
P la stic u p p e r s ...............................................................................................................
N o n -p ro te ctive fo o tw e a r ce m e n te d , vu lcan ize d , in je ctio n m o ld ed , etc. to
fa b ric u p p e r ...............................................................................................................
In jectio n m o ld ed o r o th e r p ro ce sse s p e r fo r m e d ............................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3021

R u bb e r and p lastics h ose and b eltin g ................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R u bb e r and p lastics b elts and belting, f l a t ...........................................................
L igh t w e ig h t co n v e y o r and e le v a t o r ....................................................................
H e avy d uty co n v e y o r and e le v a to r ......................................................................
R u bb e r and p lastics tra nsm issio n b elts and belting, o th e r tha n f l a t ..........
Industrial, e x c e p t fra c tio n a l.....................................................................................
R u bb e r hose, m andrel m ade, and all h y d r a u lic ..................................................
T e xtile , h y d r a u lic .........................................................................................................
T e xtile , n o n h y d ra u lic ..................................................................................................
W ire, h y d r a u lic ..............................................................................................................
W ire, n o n h y d ra u lic .....................................................................................................
R u bb e r hose, long le ngth n onhydraulic, e xc e p t g a r d e n ..................................

3041

2 999-P
2999-2

See footnotes at end of table.




66

(3)
127.4
113.5
80.0
131.6

(3)
1.0
(3)
(3)
(3)
2.3
5.4
-2 .9
2 .6

0
0
0
0

(3)
(3)
0
0
0

(3)
1.5
21.5
6.9
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
perce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
Ju ly
198 9 2

Rubber and plastics hose and belting— Continued
Textile............................................................................
All other rubber and plastics h o s e ..........................................
Wrapped reinforced..........................................................
Braided or loomed, helical reinforced...................................
All other rubber h o s e ........................................................
All other plastics h o s e ......................................................
Nonhydraulic................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................
Miscellaneous receipts.........................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................
Secondary products............................................................

3 041-451
3 04 1-6
3 04 1-63
3 04 1-66 3
3 04 1-67 4
3 04 1-68
3 04 1-68 4
3 0 4 1 -SM
3 0 4 1 -M
3 0 4 1 -Z89
3 0 4 1 -S

Molded, extruded and lathe cut mechanical rubber g o o d s ...................
Primary products...................................................................
Molded rubber mechanical g o o d s ...........................................
Automotive......................................................................
Transportation, other than automotive..................................
Appliances, household and commercial................................
Other molded goods .........................................................
Extruded rubber mechanical g o o d s ........................................
Other tubing....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................
Secondary products............................................................

3 0 6 1 -P
3 0 6 1 -A
3 0 6 1 -A11
3 0 6 1 -A 1 2
3 0 6 1 -A 1 3
3 0 6 1 -A 1 6
3 0 6 1 -B
3 0 6 1 -B 1 4
3 0 6 1 -SM
3 0 6 1 -S

Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c....................................................
Primary products...................................................................
Industrial products, n.e.c........................................................
Roll covering, including all industry r o lls ...............................
All other roll coverings, including graphic a r t s .....................
Other industrial rubber products..........................................
Rubber coated fabrics and rubber clothing..............................
Rubber coated fabrics.......................................................
Rubber clothing...............................................................
Other rubber clothing including bath and shower c a p s .........
Other rubber g o o d s .............................................................
Hard rubber g o o d s ............................................................
Other hard rubber goods ................................................
Boats, pontoons, and life rafts............................................
Other rubber g o o d s ..........................................................
Sponge and foam rubber.....................................................
Chemically blown s p o n g e ..................................................
Automotive, closed c e ll..................................................
Rubber floor and wall coverings ............................................
Individual m a t s ................................................................
Automotive...................................................................
Rubber druggist and medical sundries including household gloves
G lo v e s ...........................................................................
Su rgic al.......................................................................
Other rubber druggist and medical sundries..........................
Reclaimed rubber................................................................
Ground vulcanized ru b b er.................................................
Compounds or mixtures for sale or interplant transfer...............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................
Secondary products............................................................
Other secondary products..................................................

3069-P
3069-C
306 9-C 1 2
306 9-C 1203
306 9-C 3 9
3 06 9-D
3 06 9-D A
306 9-D B
306 9-D 5 6
3069-E
306 9-E A
306 9-E 1 9
306 9-E 2 2
306 9-E 2 8
306 9-3
3 06 9-3B
3 06 9-37 7
3069-4
3 06 9-4A
3 0 6 9-42 3
306 9-7
3 06 9-7A
3069-761
3 06 9-77 8
306 9-8
3 06 9-81 3
3 06 9-9
3 069-S M
306 9-S
3 069-S S S

Miscellaneous plastic products......................................................
Primary products...................................................................
Plastic film and sheet, unsupported.....................................
P ack agin g....................................................................
Building and construction................................................
O th e r..........................................................................
Plastic piping ...................................................................
Water .........................................................................
Plastic bottles..................................................................
Plastic foam products........................................................
Transportation...............................................................
P ack agin g....................................................................
Building and construction................................................
Furniture and furnishings.................................................
Consumer and institutional ..............................................
Molded plastic products, n. e. c ..........................................
Injection m olded............................................................
Compression/transfer m olded..........................................
C a s t ............................................................................
Other ..........................................................................
Miscellaneous nonmolded plastic products, n. e. c .................
Unsupported rods, tubes, and other sh a p e s .......................
Plastic shoe prod u cts....................................................

3079-P
307 9-2
3079-201
307 9-20 2
307 9-20 7
3 07 9-4
307 9-42 4
307 9-5
307 9-7
3079-741
307 9-74 2
307 9-74 4
3 0 7 9-74 5
307 9-74 6
3079-J
3079-J61
307 9-J62
307 9-J65
307 9-J66
3079-K
3079-K81
307 9-K 8 8

See footnotes at end of table.




67

O ct.
19892

Nov.
19892

12/81
12/8 1
12/8 1
12/8 1
12/8 1
12/81
12/8 1

130.2
123.5
129.0
89.9
117.1
148.3
154.8

133.5
126.7
131.5
103.9
120.1
149.9
157.4

1 1 /8 4
1 1 /8 4
1 2 /8 1

97.1
97.1
114.8

1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

133.5
126.4
131.5
104.6
118.5
149.9
157.4

25.4
6.5
2.5
18.3
5.5
3.2
3.1

0
-.2
0
.7
-1 .3
0
0

100.7
100.7
115.1

102.9
102.9
115.6

10.2
10.2
3.1

2.2
2.2
.4

103.7
104.2
105.1
87.9
117.5
107.4
128.6
111.6
129.6

104.2
104.8
105.4
88.1
115.0
107.4
129.9
111.6
129.6

104.4
105.0
105.6
88.2
115.0
107.4
129.9
111.6
129.6

(3)
(3)
5.6
.5
2.4
1.1
13.1
.5

.2
.2
.2
.1
0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 3

114.7

114.8

114.8

1.8

0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 9 /8 5
0 6 /8 3

111.5
111.6
119.3
116.2
118.8
131.4
110.2
106.3
114.4
110.4
117.6

111.8
111.8
119.7
116.5
119.4
131.4
110.2
106.3
114.4
110.4
117.8

111.9
111.8
119.9
116.5
119.4
131.4
110.2
106.3
114.4
110.4
117.8

2.4
2.5
3.6
1.4
2.2
5.2
1.8
1.8
1.8
(3)
2.7

.1
0
.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0 8 /8 6
0 4 /8 5
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

108.9
126.3
118.7
125.6
124.2
128.0
106.8
105.7
106.2
113.3

109.3
126.3
118.3
127.1
127.5

109.3
126.3
118.3

(3)
(3)
3.1

0
0
0

(3)
108.1
107.9
109.6
110.3

(3)
(3)
(3)
108.6
108.7
110.4
110.3

(3)
(3)
(3)
3.9
4.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
.5
.7
.7
0

1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 3

100.2
114.7
92.6
101.0
103.9

94.5
112.2
92.6
101.0
104.8

94.4
112.2
92.6
101.0
104.8

(3)
1.7
(3)
(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

113.9
110.3

115.1
111.5

115.1
111.5

2.0
2.1

0
0

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 1 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 4

118.0
118.1
115.5
114.0
110.8
114.2
116.5
109.0
120.9
104.4
102.5
103.7
116.9
113.6
108.7
111.9
111.8
111.2
109.4
117.9
112.6
134.6
111.4

117.6
117.6
114.0
111.0
110.7
114.1
108.6

117.4
117.4
112.3
110.8
110.7
109.1
103.1
98.5
118.3
105.1

.5
.3
-3 .5
-6 .7
2.0
-1 .0
-1 6 .0
-1 6 .2
.3
-.1

-.2
-.2
-1 .5
-.2
0
-4 .4
-5.1

(3)
104.2

(3)
-1 .0

(3)
-1 .5

(3)
116.5
108.6
111.6
111.4
112.2
109.4
117.9
114.6
139.4
112.7

(3)
1.7
-2.1
1.2
1.1
1.7
.6
2.6
4.6
7.3
3.8

(3)
(3)
-.4
-.3
-.3 '
.1
0
-.3
1.8
3.6
0

(3)
119.1
105.5
(3)
105.8
114.8
(3)
109.0
111.9
111.7
112.1
109.4
118.2
112.6
134.6
112.7

(3)

(3)
.4

-.1
0
0
0
0

(3)
-.7
-.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
July
198 9 2

M isce lla n e o u s p la stic p ro d u cts— C o ntinued
L a m in a te s ..................................................................................................................
O th e r la m in a te s ...................................................................................................
E le ctrical and e le c tr o n ic .......................................................................................
B uilding and c o n s tru c tio n ....................................................................................
O t h e r ...........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

3079-K91
3 0 7 9-K 9 1 02
3 0 7 9-K 9 3
3 07 9-K 9 4
3 0 7 9-K 9 9
307 9-S M
3 079-M
3 0 7 9-Z 89
307 9-S

O ct.
198 9 2

Nov.
19892

1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

117.7
129.6
112.4
122.3
109.7

117.7
129.6
112.1
122.6
109.5

117.7
129.6
112.3
122.6
112.5

5.4
13.4
-.4
3.6
3.8

0
0
.2
0
2.7

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

125.3
128.8
112.9

125.3
128.8
112.8

125.3
128.8
112.8

4.3
3.5
1.6

0
0
0

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

L e a th e r a nd le a th e r p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................

31

1 2 /8 4

117.8

119.4

119.3

3.8

-.1

L e a th e r ta n n in g a n d f in is h in g .................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Fin ish ed c a ttle a nd kip le a t h e r ..................................................................................
G rains, e xc e p t o ffa l and w e ltin g le a th e r ............................................................
Bag, ca se, a nd stra p le a t h e r .............................................................................
U p ho lste ry le a t h e r ..................................................................................................
U p pe r leather, including p a t e n t .........................................................................
D ress and casual shoe, including all p a t e n t ............................................
O th e r u pp er le a th e r ...........................................................................................
G arm e nt le a t h e r .....................................................................................................
O th e r g r a in s .............................................................................................................
Finished sh eep and lam b le a th e r .............................................................................
G arm e nt le a th e r ..........................................................................................................
O th e r fin ishe d leather, n .e .c.........................................................................................
Rough, crust, and w e t blue n ot fin ishe d in the sam e e s ta b lis h m e n t.........
R ough, crust, and o th e r se m ifin ish ed le a t h e r ..................................................
R e ce ip ts fo r c o n tra c t ta n n in g d o n e fo r o th e rs o n th e ir m a t e r ia ls ...............

3111

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

162.6
162.1
165.9
168.1
206.0
197.5
154.4
154.3

165.3
165.0
168.9
171.4
208.8
202.3
157.0
155.8

165.1
165.2
169.2
171.7
232.4

4.6
4.4
5.2
5.0

-.1
.1
.2
.2
11.3

(3)
157.1
202.7
185.7
181.5
118.1
168.8
155.6
125.3

(3)
160.7
214.1
186.2
182.2
122.2
168.4
174.0
130.8

(3)
159.6
210.9
186.2
182.2
122.4
169.1
174.0
129.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
1.0
1.4

(3)
3.5

(3)
-.7
-1 .5
0
0
.2
.4
0
-.9

B o o t a nd sh o e cu t sto c k and fin d in g s ................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
O u te r so le s a nd in n e rso le s o f le a t h e r ....................................................................
O th e r le a th e r c u t s t o c k .................................................................................................
N o n -le a th e r s to c k a n d fin d in g s incl. h e e ls ............................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

3131

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

116.2
117.6
119.9
122.1
114.0

117.6
119.2
126.8
122.8
114.0

117.4
119.0
125.8
122.8
114.0

.9
1.2
1.8
1.6
.7

-.2
-.2
-.8
0
0

1 2 /8 4

103.9

103.9

103.9

-1 .0

0

3 111-P
3111-1
3111 -1A
3111-134
3 11 1-135
3 11 1-137
3111-13711
3 11 1-13712
3 11 1-142
3 11 1-147
3111-3
3111-331
3 111-4
311 1-5
3 11 1-51 3
311 1-9

3131-P
3 1 3 1-11 6
3131-131
3131-191
3131-S M
3 13 1-S

(3)
157.0
155.8

(3)
(3)
4.0
1.6

(3)
.9

(3)
0
0

F o otw e a r, e xc e p t r u b b e r ..........................................................................................................

314

1 2 /8 4

117.1

119.2

119.0

4.7

-.2

H o use s lip p e r s ..............................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H o use slip p ers, e x c e p t slip p er s o c k s .....................................................................
L e a th e r hou se s lip p e r s .............................................................................................
M e n ’s ..........................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s ...................................................................................................................
Ho use slippers, e xc e p t le a t h e r .............................................................................
W o m e n ’s ...................................................................................................................

314 2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

128.7
129.8
130.2
146.6
140.4
163.2
122.5
123.5

126.6
127.5
127.8
147.4
141.6
163.2
118.6
119.1

123.4
124.0
124.3

1.5
.9
.9

-2 .5
-2 .7
-2 .7

(3)
(3)
(3)
113.7
114.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
-3 .3
—
3.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
-4.1
-4 .2

M e n ’s fo o tw e a r ............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s le ath er u pp er fo o t w e a r ...................................................................................
M e n ’s le ath er u pp er d re ss and casual sh oe s .................................................
M e n ’s le ath er u pp er b oo ts .....................................................................................
M e n ’s le a th e r u pp er w o rk sh oes o r b o o t s .......................................................
M e n ’s p lastic u pp er fo o tw e a r ....................................................................................
M e n ’s p lastic u pp er b o o t s ......................................................................................
M e n ’s o th e r u pper fo o tw e a r ......................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3143

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 2 /8 5
0 3/8 1

133.3
133.9
135.6
131.8
131.9
147.0
118.5
120.3
120.9

137.8
138.3
140.5
137.7
137.0
149.9
118.5
120.3
121.2

137.6
138.1
140.2
137.6
137.0
149.3
118.5
120.3
121.2

5.7
5.8
6.1
5.9
6.6
6.0
(3)
(3)
2.5

-.1
-.1
-.2
-.1
0
-.4
0
0
0

1 1 /8 3
1 2 /8 0

99.2
133.2

99.2
141.4

99.2
141.0

1.1
7.6

0
-.3

W o m e n ’s f o o tw e a r .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s le ath er u pper fo o tw e a r .............................................................................
W o m e n ’s le ath er u pp er d ress s h o e s ..................................................................
W o m e n ’s le ath er u pp er casual s h o e s ...............................................................
W o m e n ’s le ath er u pp er s a n d a ls ...........................................................................
W o m e n ’s le ath er u pp er b o o ts ................................................................................
W o m e n ’s p lastic u pp er fo o tw e a r ..............................................................................
W o m e n ’s p lastic u pper d ress s h o e s ...................................................................
W o m e n ’s p lastic upp er casual s h o e s .................................................................
W o m e n ’s o th e r u pp er fo o tw e a r .................................................................................
W o m e n ’s o th e r u pp er casual s h o e s ...................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3144

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

112.4
110.5
111.5
114.5
125.7
72.1
112.1
107.3
106.6
112.1
116.3
114.6

114.1
112.3
114.7
114.9
128.5

2.8
2.4
3.0
.7
5.9
-1 .3

-.1
-.2
-.3
0
-.3

(3)
112.1
107.2
104.6
111.7
116.2
114.5

114.0
112.1
114.3
114.9
128.1
82.5
(3)
107.4
104.8
112.1
116.2
114.5

(3)
.9
-2 .0
1.4
3.8
6.2

(3)
(3)
.2
.2
.4
0
0

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

123.7
148.9

123.7
150.3

123.7
150.2

4.5
8.8

0
-.1

Footw ear, e x c e p t rubber, n .e .c...............................................................................................

3149

1 2 /7 9

135.5

135.1

135.5

6.9

.3

3142-P
3142-1
3142-111
3 1 4 2 -11 1 33
3 1 4 2 -11 1 44
3 142-122
3 142-12244

3143-P
3143-1
3143-111
3 14 3-112
3 143-113
3143-2
3 143-217
3143-3
3143-SM
3 14 3-Z 89
3143-S

3144-P
3144-1
3144-111
3 144-112
3144-113
3144-114
3144-2
3 144-216
3144-217
3144-3
3144-323
3144-SM
3 14 4-Z 89
3144-S

See footnotes at end of table.




68

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

P ro du ct
co d e

Ind u stry
co d e

Index
base
July
1 9892

F o otw e a r, e xce p t rubber, n.e.c.— C o ntinued
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Y o u th s ’ and b o ys’ f o o t w e a r .......................................................................................
Y o u th s ’ a nd b o ys’ le a th e r u pp er f o o t w e a r .......................................................
M isses’ fo o tw e a r ............................................................................................................
M isses’ le ath er upper f o o t w e a r ............................................................................
C h ild re n ’s f o o tw e a r ........................................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s le ath er u pper f o o tw e a r .......................................................................
C h ild re n ’s n on le ath er u pp er fo o tw e a r ................................................................
Infa nts’ and b ab ie s’ f o o tw e a r ....................................................................................
Infa n ts ’ and b ab ie s’ le ath er u pp er f o o tw e a r ....................................................
In fa n ts ’ and b ab ie s’ n on le ath er u pper fo o tw e a r .............................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
M e n ’s f o o t w e a r ...........................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s fo o tw e a r.....................................................................................................

3149-P
3149-1
3149-112
3149-2
3149-215
3149-3
3149-318
3149-319
3149-4
3149-421
3149-422
3149-SM
3 14 9-Z 89
3149-S
3143-S
3144-S

L ea the r glove s and m itte n s ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A ll le ath er d ress and sem idress g loves and m itt e n s .......................................
B lo ck c u t ........................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ .....................................................................................................
O the r than b lock cu t .................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ .....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s ......................................................................................
A ll le ath er w o rk glove s and m itt e n s .......................................................................
A ll grain, e xcluding w e ld e r s ....................................................................................
All split, e xcluding w e ld e r s .....................................................................................
Leather, e xcep t all grain and all split, including w e ld ers ............................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3151

L uggage ..........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H and lu g g a g e ...................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s hand luggage, all type s e xcep t z ip p e r e d ......................................
M e n ’s hand luggage, all types e xcep t z ip p e r e d .............................................
H ard s id e ...................................................................................................................
Z ip p ere d hand luggage, m e n ’s and w o m e n ’s ..................................................
Luggage o th e r tha n hand lu g g a g e ...........................................................................
O ccup a tion al luggage cases, sam ple, binocular, and ca m e ra c a s e s .....
B rie fcase s a nd bags, s c h o o l bags, e nve lo pe s, ca ta lo g cases, and
zip pe re d ring b in d e rs .........................................................................................
M usical in stru m e n t c a s e s .......................................................................................
A tta c h e c a s e s .............................................................................................................
O th e r luggage, including n on -ca nva s k n a p s a c k s ...........................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3161

3151-P
3151-2
3151-211
3 151-21114
3151-213
3 151-21317
3 151-21357
3151-7
3151-781
3 151-783
3 151-789
3151-SM
3 151-M
3151-S

3161-P
3161-1
3161-112
3 161-113
3161-11 3 35
3161-114
3 161-2
3 16 1-25 3
3 16 1-27 3
3161-281
3 16 1-284
3 161-298
3161-S M
3161-M
3 161-Z 89
3161-S

O ct.
1 9892

Nov.
19892

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 5 /8 0

135.6
144.4
142.1
117.3
125.2
140.8
144.7
132.0
141.4
143.7
132.5

135.3
143.0
140.2
117.3
125.2
139.9
145.5
127.3
142.1
144.6
132.5

135.8
144.4
142.1
117.3
125.2
140.9
144.8
132.0
141.9
144.4
132.5

8.3
11.2

1 1 /8 5
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

109.7
139.0
115.7
134.6

109.7
138.0
113.4

(3)
138.2
113.8
134.6

(3)
3.7
5.3
3.4

(3)
.1
.4

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

112.0
116.4
117.3
111.7
111.7
128.2
128.2
128.2
116.2
119.5
114.3
109.4

112.0
116.5
117.3
111.7
111.7
128.2
128.2
128.2
116.2
119.5
114.3
109.4

112.0
116.4
117.3

2.3
2.2
4.1

0
-.1
0

(3)
(3)
128.2
128.2
128.2
116.2
119.4
114.5
109.4

(3)
(3)
4.0
6.1
0
1.7
.8
9.5
-1 .9

0 6 /8 5

107.0

107.0

107.3

2.2

.3

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

108.1
108.5
104.2

108.6
109.4
104.8

109.2
109.7
104.7

3.1
3.2
1.2

.6
.3
-.1

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

122.3
133.9
120.2
117.6
113.0

122.3
133.9
120.2
119.0
119.9

121.8
133.9
120.2
120.3
125.1

-2 .8
3.6
2.6
7.2
17.8

- .4
0
0
1.1
4.3

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

130.4
108.5
121.1
105.5

130.4
109.0
121.1
105.9

130.4
109.0
121.1
106.2

6.1
3.5
2.7
6.2

0
0
0
.3

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

108.2
108.1
102.1

103.8
103.6
102.1

107.7
107.6
102.1

2.9
2.0
1.6

3.8
3.9
0

0

Nov. 1988

(3)
5.9
8.2
7.8
8.1
(3)
4.6
5.6
(3)

O ct. 1989

0.4
1.0
1.4
0
0
.7
-.5
3.7
-.1
-.1
0

(3)

(3)
(3)
0
0
0
0
-.1
.2
0

H a ndbags and o th e r p erson al le ath er g oo ds ..................................................................

317

1 2 /8 4

114.3

115.0

114.9

1.7

-.1

W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s handbags and p u r s e s ..............................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s handbags and p u r s e s ..................................................
A ll o r ch ie fly le a t h e r ..................................................................................................
A ll o r ch iefly p la s t ic ...................................................................................................
O the r m aterials, e x c e p t p recious m e ta ls ...........................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3171

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

122.9
122.3
122.3
132.0
118.3
115.0

123.7
123.3
123.3
133.7
118.3
114.9

123.5
123.1
123.1
133.4
118.3
114.9

.3
.3
.3
2.1
-1 .6
.9

-.2
-.2
-.2
-.2
0
0

0 6 /8 2

126.1

126.1

126.1

.4

0

P ersonal le ath er goods, e xc e p t w o m e n ’s handbags and p u r s e s .............................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P ersonal le ath er goods, e xc e p t w o m e n ’s h an dbags and p u r s e s ................
B illfolds, w a lle ts, Fre n ch purses and c lu tc h e s ................................................
B illfolds, w a lle ts, F rench purses a nd clu tch e s, le a t h e r ............................
B illfo ld s a nd w a lle ts ...........................................................................................
C lu tc h e s .................................................................................................................
O th e r person al goo ds, le a t h e r ..............................................................................
O th e r p erson al goo ds, e x c e p t le a t h e r ...............................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3172

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 2

123.4
124.0
123.9
127.5
123.5
125.7
124.5
100.0
116.8

124.3
125.0
124.9
127.7
123.6
126.0
124.5

124.2
125.0
124.9
127.7
123.6
126.0
124.5

3.2
3.1
3.1
3.7
4.1
4.9
3.3

-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
121.2

(3)
121.1

(3)
5.2

(3)
-.1

0 6 /8 2

113.6

114.3

114.2

2.7

-.1

L ea the r goods, n .e.c...................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S addlery and harness and a c c o u te r m e n ts ...........................................................
Industrial le ath er b e ltin g /in d u s tria l le ath er p r o d u c ts ........................................

3199

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

117.7
115.2
112.5
134.7

118.8
116.5
116.1
134.9

119.2
116.9
116.7
134.9

3.6
4.2
4.7
2.7

.3
.3
.5
0

3171-P
3171-5
3171-511
3171-551
3171-571
3171-SM
3171-S

3172-P
317 2-5
3 17 2-5A
3172-511
3172-51111
3 1 7 2-51 1 33
3 1 7 2-59 6
3172-597
3172-SM
3172-S

3199-P
3199-131
3199-191

...

See footnotes at end of table.




69

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
c o de

Index
base
Ju ly
19892

L e a th e r goo ds, n.e .c.— C o ntin u ed
Ind u stria l le a th e r p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................
D og co lla rs, le a sh e s and o th e r h ou seh o ld p e t a c ce sso rie s m ade o f
le a th e r/le a th e r-lik e m a te r ia l................................................................................
O th e r le a th e r/ le a th e r-like g o o d s ...............................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

Nov.
1 9892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

3 19 9-19 1 12

0 6 /8 5

116.2

116.4

116.4

1.9

0

3 1 9 9-19 6
3 19 9-19 7
3199-S M
3199-S

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

102.8
109.8

103.5
110.8

106.0
110.8

3.7
3.1

2.4
0

0 6 /8 5

109.9

111.5

111.5

2.0

0

S to n e, clay, glass, a nd co n c re te p r o d u c t s ........................................................................

32

1 2 /8 4

108.2

108.3

108.4

2.1

.1

F la t g la s s ........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
O th e r fla t glass, m ade fro m g lass p ro d u ce d in th e sa m e e s ta b lis h m e n t..
S he e t(w in do w ), p la te and flo a t g la ss .....................................................................
O v e r .244 in c h ..............................................................................................................

3211

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

112.1
111.9
108.3
110.7
120.3

111.4
111.2
106.8
109.9
117.3

110.7
110.6
106.9
108.1
116.3

-4 .3
-4 .3
-.7
-7.1
-5 .5

-.6
-.5
.1
-1 .6
-.9

3 2 1 1-P
321 1-4
3211-5
3 211-516

G la ss and glassw are, p ressed o r b lo w n ............................................................................

322

1 2 /8 4

111.2

110.9

110.9

2.7

0

G lass c o n ta in e r s .........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G la ss co nta ine rs fo r d om estic co nsu m p tion .......................................................
N a rro w neck c o n ta in e rs ...........................................................................................
F o o d .............................................................................................................................
N o n -a lc o h o lic b e v e ra g e ........................................................................................
N o n - re filla b le ........................................................................................................
B e e r ..............................................................................................................................
N o n - re filla b le ........................................................................................................
L iq u o r ..........................................................................................................................
W i n e .............................................................................................................................
W ide m outh c o n ta in e r s ............................................................................................
F o o d .............................................................................................................................

3221

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

114.2
114.5
114.5
113.9
108.6
110.7
111.2
118.5
119.5
112.9
118.0

114.2
114.4
114.4
113.9
108.6
110.7
111.2
118.5
119.5

114.2
114.5
114.5
113.9
108.6
110.5
111.0
118.5
119.5
113.0
118.0

3.3
3.2
3.2
3.2
2.5
2.6
2.7
4.7
4.6
1.1
4.7

0
.1
.1
0
0
-.2
-.2
0
0

0 6 /8 2

117.0

116.9

116.9

3.0

0

P ressed and b low n glass, n .e .c..............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
T able, kitchen, art, and n ove lty g la s s w a r e ...........................................................
M a chine m ade table, kitchen, art, and n ove lty g la s s w a r e ..........................
O rnam ental, d eco ra tive, and n ove lty g lassw are and s m o k e rs ’
a c c e s s o rie s .......................................................................................................
H andm ade table, kitchen, art, and n ovelty g la s s w a r e ..................................
S te m w a r e ..................................................................................................................
T a b le w a re ..................................................................................................................
O the r handm ade, including orn am e n ta l, d eco ra tive, n ove lty and
s m o k e rs ’ a c c e s s o rie s ...................................................................................
Lighting and e le c tro n ic g la s s w a r e ............................................................................
B ow ls and e nclo sin g g lob e s and o th e r g lass p arts fo r in terior
lig h tin g ....................................................................................................................
G la ss fib er-textile t y p e ..................................................................................................
O th e r pre ssed and b low n g la s s w a r e ......................................................................
Industrial and tech n ical g la s s w a r e ......................................................................
O th e r g la s s w a r e ..........................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3229
3229-P
3229-1
3229-12

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

118.2
119.0
118.3
116.9

117.6
118.4
118.4
116.9

117.6
118.3
118.4

1.7
1.8
1.3

0
-.1
0'

3 22 9-128
3229-13
3 229-132
3229-133

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

121.4
136.5
152.1
120.4

121.8
136.5
152.1
120.4

3229-138
3229-2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

126.6
110.8

3229-237
3229-3
3229-4
3229-425
3 229-429
3229-SM
3229-S

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

127.0
123.0
129.4
133.6
109.0

P roducts o f purcha sed g la s s ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Lam inated glass, in cluding plate, flo at, and s h ee t ............................................
F o r co n stru ctio n and arch itectu ral u s e s ............................................................
F or a uto m o tive u s e s ..................................................................................................
O E M .............................................................................................................................
R e p la c e m e n t............................................................................................................
M irrors, p late and flo a t (d e cora ted o r u nd eco ra ted ) ........................................
F ra m e d m ir r o r s ............................................................................................................
U n fra m e d m ir r o r s ........................................................................................................
A u to m o tive m irro rs .....................................................................................................
P re ssed a nd b low n glassw are, m ade fro m g la ss p urcha sed o r
tra n s fe rre d fro m o th e r e s ta b lis h m e n ts ...........................................................
C o n su m e r g la s s w a r e .................................................................................................
M a ch in e m a d e .........................................................................................................
O th e r g lassw are, in clu din g scie ntific, la bo ra tory, industrial, e tc .................
O th e r g la ss p ro du cts, m a d e fro m g la ss p urcha sed o r tra n sfe rre d fro m
o th e r e s ta b lis h m e n ts .............................................................................................
S ta in e d, le ad e d, a nd fa c e te d g la ss a nd c o lo re d g lass s la b s ....................
M u ltiple-glazed, se aled insulating glass u n it s ..................................................
T e m p ered g la s s ..........................................................................................................
F o r a uto m o tive u s e ................................................................................................
O E M ........................................................................................................................
F o r co n s tru c tio n and a rch itectu ral u s e ...........................................................
For o th e r u s e s .........................................................................................................
O th e r fla t g lass p r o d u c ts .........................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3231

322 1 -P
3221-1
3221-11
3221-111
3221-115
322 1-11 5 5
3 221-116
3 221-1166
3 221-117
3221-119
3221-13
3221-131

(3)

(3)
0

(3)

(3)

(3)
136.5
152.1
120.4

(3)
5.6
8.4
2.5

(3)

126.6
111.4

126.6
111.4

2.5
3.2

0
0

127.5
119.8
129.8
133.6
112.3

127.5
119.6
129.8
133.6

3.7
2.1
.6
.8

0
-.2
0
0

(3)

(3)

0
0
0

(3)

105.1

105.1

105.1

0

0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

117.6
117.9
103.4
98.4
102.8
101.2
107.6
122.3
130.4
120.5
113.9

117.9
118.2
106.3
97.6
106.4
103.1
116.2
123.0
130.4
120.0
118.2

117.8
118.1
106.3

3.2
3.4
3.7

-.1
-.1
0

(3)
106.4
103.1

(3)
4.6
3.4

(3)

(3)
123.3
131.3
119.8
118.6

(3)
5.2
7.1
4.4
3.7

(3)
.2
.7
-.2
.3

323 1-7
3231-711
3 23 1-71 1 03
3231-751

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3

122.6
129.6
115.5
121.0

122.7
129.6

122.7
129.6

6.7
12.9

0
0

(3)
121.2

(3)
121.1

(3)
4.0

(3)
-.1

3 231-8
3231-821
3231-871
3231-88
3231-881
3 23 1-88104
3231-883
3 23 1-889
3231-898
3 23 1 -SM
323 1 -M
3 23 1 -S

70

0 6 /8 3

3 23 1 -P
3231-3
3231-321
3231-341
3231-34101
3 23 1-34102
323 1-5
3231-521
3231-541
3231-571

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
118.0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

117.0
107.3
114.1
104.6
122.0
103.7
104.1
127.0
121.5

117.0
107.9
114.0
104.5
123.4
104.4
102.6
127.0
121.5

116.7

.8

-.3

(3)
112.6
104.4
123.2
104.2
102.5
127.0
121.5

(3)
-2 .9
1.5
2.2
1.9
1.4
-1 .5
2.3

(3)
-1 .2
-.1
-.2
-.2
-.1
0
0

1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

102.2
117.3

102.2
117.1

102.2
117.1

1.2
.3

0
0

0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n adjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
198 9 2

O ct.
19892

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

3 24 1 -P

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

101.2
101.2

101.8
101.8

101.9
101.8

3241-3
324 1-32 2
3 24 1-32 3

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

100.0
99.8
99.6

100.6
98.3
98.9

100.7
97.5
98.9

(3)
(3)
(3)

.1
-.8
0

3241-3231

0 6 /8 9

100.0

98.8

98.6

(3)

-.2

3241-3232
3 241-324

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

99.2
100.4

99.1
101.8

99.2
101.8

(3)
(3)

.1
0

3241-3241

0 6 /8 9

100.6

100.1

99.9

(3)

-.2

3 24 1-32 4 2

0 6 /8 9

100.5

99.5

99.5

(3)

0

3 241-3243
3 241-325

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

100.1
99.9

104.6
101.3

104.7
102.0

(3)
(3)

.1
.7

111.9

112.0

112.3

1.9

.3

111.4
111.8
111.8
111.8
121.9
109.3
108.5

111.4
111.8
111.8
111.8
121.8
109.3
108.5

111.6
112.1
112.1
112.1
122.5
109.5
108.5

.6
.8
.8
.8
1.2
.6
.6

.2
.3
.3
.3
.6
.2
0

110.7
112.0
112.3
112.3
106.7
106.8
115.0
96.4
96.2

111.8
113.2
115.9
115.9
108.7
109.1
115.7
96.4
96.2

111.0
112.5
112.2
112.2
109.3
109.8
115.2
96.4
96.2

1.6
2.0
3.2
3.2
1.9
2.1
3.1
-1 0 .3
-1 0 .3

-.7
-.6
-3 .2
-3 .2
.6
.6
-.4
0
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.5
108.2
110.0
109.2
110.0
116.3
119.5

108.9
108.8
110.0
109.2
110.0
116.3
119.5

108.9
108.7
110.0
109.2
110.0
116.3
119.5

3.6
3.5
4.1
5.7
4.2
4.6
5.8

0
-.1
0
0
0
0
0

3255-117
3255-2
3255-211
3 2 5 5-21 3

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

116.8
107.3
102.6
102.4

116.8
108.4
102.6
106.4

116.8
108.0
102.6
105.6

5.4
2.6
-1.1
3.8

0
-.4
0
-.8

3 2 5 5-21 4
3 25 5-3
3255-311
3255-31 2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

112.9
103.8
100.8
104.6

112.9
104.3
101.9
105.0

112.5
104.3
101.9
104.9

2.8
3.7
.9
5.5

-.4
0
0
-.1

3 255-313
3255-SM
3 255-S

1 2 /8 5

109.1

107.3

107.3

6.3

0

H yd ra ulic ce m e n t ........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C e m e nt, inclu din g p o rtla n d ce m e n ts and o th e r ce m e n ts (m asonry, lim e,
e t c . ) .............................................................................................................................
N o rth e a st region .........................................................................................................
N o rth C e ntral r e g io n ..................................................................................................
E ast N o rth C e ntral division, inclu din g p ortlan d ce m e n ts a nd o th e r
c e m e n ts (m asonry, lim e, e tc .......................................................................
W e st N o rth C e ntral division, including p o rtla n d ce m e n ts a nd o th e r
ce m e n ts (m asonry, lim e, e tc .......................................................................
South r e g io n .................................................................................................................
S outh A tlan tic division, including portland ce m e nts and o th e r
ce m e nts (m asonry, lim e, etc.) ...................................................................
E ast S outh C entral division, including portlan d cm e n ts and o th e r
ce m e nts (m asonry, e tc . ) ..............................................................................
W e st S outh C entral division, including portlan d ce m e nts and o th e r
ce m e nts (m asonry, lim e, e tc .......................................................................
W e s t region ..................................................................................................................

3241

S tructu ra l clay p ro du cts ...........................................................................................................

325

1 2 /8 4

B rick and structural clay t i l e ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B rick, e xcep t ce ra m ic glazed and r e fr a c to r y .......................................................
B uilding o r co m m on, and face b r i c k ...................................................................
Building o r com m o n b r i c k ...................................................................................
F ace brick .................................................................................................................
O th e r brick (paving, floor, and sew er) ...............................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................

3251

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

C eram ic w all and flo o r t i l e ......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C e ram ic m osaic ..........................................................................................................
U n g la z e d ....................................................................................................................
Q uarry t i l e .....................................................................................................................
U n g la z e d ....................................................................................................................
G lazed w all t i l e ............................................................................................................
O th e r tile incl. paver, special purpose, d eco ra tive thin w all, e tc ...............
G la z e d .........................................................................................................................

3253
3253-P
3253-11
3 253-112
3 253-12
3 253-122
3253-131
3 2 5 3-14
3253-141

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

C lay re fra c to rie s ..........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B ricks and s h a p e s ..........................................................................................................
F irecla y (including sem isilica) b rick and c la y e xc e p t s u p e rd u ty ...............
H igh alum in a inc. high alum in a ladle brick, 5 0% alum in a a nd o v e r .......
Insu la ting fire b rick and s h a p e s .............................................................................
2 30 0 d eg re es F to 279 9 d eg re e s F ...............................................................
C lay kiln furniture, radiant h ea ter e lem ents, p o tte rs ’ supplies &
oth. misc. shaped ite m s ...................................................................................
U nshaped clay r e fr a c to r ie s .........................................................................................
R e fra cto ry bonding m ortars, w e t and dry, less than 5 0 % a lu m in a .........
P lastic re fra cto rie s a nd ram m ing m ixes, le ss th a n 5 0 % a lu m in a ............
High alum in a p lastic re fra cto rie s and ram m im g m ixes, 5 0 % alum in a
and o ver .................................................................................................................
C a stab le re fra cto rie s (hyd rau lic s e ttin g ) ................................................................
C a stab le re fra cto ries, le ss th a n 5 0 % a lu m in a .................................................
H igh alum in a ca sta b le r e fra c to rie s ......................................................................
Insulating c a sta b les (density up to 105 Ib s ./c u .ft.) and insulating
g unning m ix e s .....................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3255
3255-P
3255-1
3255-111
325 5-11 3
3 2 5 5-11 6
3 25 5-11612

S tructural cla y products, n .e .c.................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
V itrified cla y sew er pipe and f it t in g s .......................................................................
O the r structural clay p roducts, n .e .c.........................................................................
O the r structural cla y p ro du cts incl. terra cotta, drain and flue
tile, co nd uit and a d o b e ....................................................................................

3259

325 1 -P
3251-1
3251-111
3251-11101
3 25 1-11102
3 251-119
3 25 1 -SM

1.3
1.2

0.1
0

1 2 /8 5

110.5

110.5

110.5

3.6

0

3 259-P
3259-1
3259-2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

109.3
110.7
114.9
101.5

105.0
105.8
108.4
99.9

110.6
112.3
115.3
105.4

1.6
1.9
1.1
3.8

5.3
6.1
6.4
5.5

3259-298

1 2 /8 5

103.6

100.8

108.0

4.2

7.1

P ottery and related p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................

326

1 2 /8 4

113.2

113.7

114.8

4.1

1.0

V itre ou s p lum bing fix tu r e s ........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Lavatories, ch ina and e a r th e n w a re .....................................................................
W a ter c lo s e t b o w ls ....................................................................................................
S iphon j e t ..................................................................................................................
Flush t a n k s ...................................................................................................................
O the r china plum bing fixtures incl. o th e r w.c. bow ls, bidets,
drinking fountains, sinks, e tc ...........................................................................
China and e arth e nw a re plum bing fixture a c cesso rie s and f it t in g s ..............

3261
326 1 -P
3261-111
3261-121
3261-12101
3261-131

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

109.6
107.6
108.0
108.0
110.2
106.6

110.5
107.8
108.0
108.5
110.8
106.9

110.5
107.9
108.1
108.5
110.8
106.9

3.3
1.6
.3
2.5
3.2
1.2

0
.1
.1
0
0
0

3261-151
3 261-2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

105.9
109.5

107.4
109.5

107.6
109.5

4.3
0

.2
0

See footnotes at end of table.




71

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
code

Index
b ase
Ju ly
1 9892

Nov.
19892

0 6 /8 5

1 09.5

1 09.5

109.5

0

0

0 6 /8 5

120.5

124.2

123.9

11.7

-.2

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

123.8
123.1

123.6
122.8

123.8
123.1

1.4
.7

.2
.2

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

123.1
117.1

122.8
116.7

123.1
117.1

.7
-2.1

.2
.3

3 264-P
3264-1
3 2 6 4-11 6
3264-117

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.0
107.0
107.0
106.4
103.5

109.2
108.2
108.2

112.4
111.9
111.9

7.9
8.0
8.0

2.9
3.4
3.4

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

3264-11 8

1 2 /8 5

110.4

110.4

110.4

6.1

0

3 26 4-129
3264-141
326 4-19 8
3 26 4-S M
3 26 4-S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.4
103.4
110.1

(3)
103.8

(3)
107.1

(3)
4.7

(3)
3.2

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 5

114.0

117.7

117.7

8.8

0

3 268-P
3268-1
3268-111
3268-131

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

118.3
120.1
121.1
128.7
115.2

117.8
119.6
121.1
128.7
115.2

118.5
120.4
121.1
128.7
115.2

2 .9
3 .2
.4
- .5
1.2

.6
.7
0
0
0

326 8-2
3268-211
3 2 6 8-21 2
326 8-3

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

114.6
106.9
127.4
128.8

113.3
104.7
127.4
128.8

115.6
105.1
132.9
128.2

8.1
9.4
6.4
-.1

2.0
.4
4.3
-.5

3 2 6 8-31 5
326 8-S M

V itre o u s p lum bing fixtu re s— C o ntin u ed
C h in a a nd e a rth e n w a re p lum bing fixture a cce sso rie s a nd fit t in g s ...........
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

1 2 /8 3

132.7

132.7

131.3

-.3

-1 .1

3261-211
3 2 6 1 -S M
3 26 1 -S

V itre o u s ch in a fo o d u t e n s ils ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
V itre o u s c h in a a nd p o rce la in ta b le and kitch e n u t e n s ils ................................
T a b le w a re (fo r se rvin g fo o d a nd drin k) .............................................................
H o te l o r co m m e rcia l t a b le w a r e .........................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

3 26 2

P orcela in e le ctrica l s u p p lie s ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P orcela in , s te a tite and o th e r ce ra m ic e le ctrica l p ro d u c ts ...............................
S w itch a nd b us in sulato rs, in clu din g ca p and pin and p o s t t y p e s ...........
A ll o th e r, in clu din g g uy stra in in sulato rs and s p o o ls ....................................
H ig h -vo ltag e p orcela in (w et pro cess) shipped as co m p o n e n ts fo r
e lect, e q u ip m e n t.................................................................................................
D ry p ro cess e lectrical p orcelain incl. p arts fo r radio sets, spark
plugs, cleats, e tc ..................................................................................................
S te a tite e lectrical p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................
Beryllia, titan a te , and o th e r ce ra m ic e lectrical p ro du cts n .e.c....................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

3 26 4

P o ttery p ro du cts, n.e.c., in clu din g fin e e a rth e n w a re fo o d u te n s ils ...........................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A rt, d eco ra tive and n o ve lty p o t t e r y ..........................................................................
C h in a a nd p o rce la in ..................................................................................................
E arth e n w a re a nd s to n e w a r e ..................................................................................
S to n e w a re a nd fin e e a rth e n w a re fo o d utensils, h ou seh o ld a nd
c o m m e rc ia l................................................................................................................
T a b le w a r e ......................................................................................................................
K itc h e n w a r e ..................................................................................................................
O th e r p o tte ry p ro du cts, n .e .c.......................................................................................
A ll o th e r p o tte ry p ro d u cts, incl. c h e m ica l s to n e w a re & porcela in ,
n .e .c...........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

3268

3 262-P
3262-1
3262-11
3 26 2-11 8
3 26 2-S M

N ov. 1988

(3)
(3)

O ct. 1989

(3)
(3)

C o n cre te , g ypsum , and p la ste r p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................

3 27

1 2 /8 4

104.4

104.7

105.0

1.3

.3

C o n c re te b lo c k a nd b r ic k .........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C o n c re te b lo c k a n d co n c re te b r ic k ..........................................................................
C o n c re te b lock: light, m edium , a nd n orm al (exclu ding d e co ra tive and
p a v in g )....................................................................................................................
c o n c re te b lo c k a nd brick, e xce p t d e co ra tive a nd p a v in g .......................
N o rth A tla n tic lig h tw e ig h t b lo c k ....................................................................
N o rth C e ntral lig h tw e ig h t b lo c k .....................................................................
S ou th A tla n tic lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ....................................................................
S ou th C e ntral lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ....................................................................
W e stern lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ................................................................................
M edium w e ig h t c o n c re te block, fro m 105 lbs. b ut < 1 2 5 Ib s ./c f dry
w e ig h t .................................................................................................................
N o rth A tla n tic m edium w e ig ht b lo c k ...........................................................
N o rth C e ntral m edium w e ig ht b lo c k ............................................................
S ou th A tla n tic m edium w e ig ht b lo c k ...........................................................
W e ste rn m edium w e ig ht b lo c k ......................................................................
N o rm a l w e ig h t c o n c re te block, 125 lbs. o r m o re /c f d ry w e ig h t ...........
N o rth A tla n tic n orm al w e ig ht b lo c k .............................................................
N o rth C e ntral n orm al w e ig ht b lo c k .............................................................
S ou th A tla n tic n orm al w e ig ht b lo c k .............................................................
S ou th C e ntral n orm al w e ig ht b lo c k ................................ ............................
W e ste rn n o rm a l w e ig h t b l o c k ........................................................................
D e co ra tive b lo c k (such a s scre e n b lock, s p lit b lock, slu m p block,
sh a d o w a l b lo ck, e t c . ) ........................................................................................
C o n cre te b r ic k ..............................................................................................................
P aving b lo c k s ...............................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ....................... .........................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...........................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3271
3 2 7 1 -P
3271-1

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

124.1
127.3
127.3

123.7
127.1
127.1

123.7
127.2
127.2

1.6
2.0
2.0

0
.1
.1

3271-11
3271-111
3271-11101
3 27 1-11102
3 27 1-11103
3 27 1-11104
3 27 1-11105

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

128.2
127.4
102.4
103.2
101.4
102.6
104.0

128.0
127.3
102.4
103.2
101.4
102.3
104.0

128.0
127.0
102.4
103.2
101.1
101.1
104.0

1.7
.8
-.1
2.1

0
-.2
0
0

3271-115
3271-11501
3 27 1-11502
327 1-11503
327 1-11 5 05
3271-117
3271-11701
3 27 1-11702
3 271-11703
3 27 1-11 7 04
3 27 1-11 7 05

0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

129.9
105.5
101.6
100.8
101.8
128.6
105.2
102.5
115.3
102.3
100.7

129.4
105.5
101.4
99.2
101.8
128.3
104.5
102.5
115.4
102.0
100.7

130.0
105.5
101.5
101.0
101.8
128.4
104.6
102.6
115.4
102.0
100.7

3271-121
3271-151
3271-161
3 27 1 -SM
3 27 1 -M
3 27 1 -XY9
3 27 1 -Z89
327 1 -S

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

119.1
119.6
122.2

119.1
119.4
122.2

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

108.7
119.9
108.1
132.0

C o ncrete p ro du cts ......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C o ncrete p ipe ..................................................................................................................
C u lve rt and storm se w er p ip e ...............................................................................
R e in fo rc e d .................................................................................................................

3272
3 272-P
3272-1
3272-16
3272-161

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /7 9

125.2
123.9
115.7
101.7
110.3

See footnotes at end of table.




72

.5

-.3

-.7
2.1

-1 .2
0

.4

.5

.5
.7
.1
3.9
1.5
1.3
15.2
1.6
.5

0
.1
1.8
0
.1
.1
.1
0
0
0

119.1
120.3
122.2

2.7
3.4
9.3

0
.8
0

107.4
119.9
106.7
132.0

107.3
119.9
106.6
132.9

-.7
0
-.8
1.5

-.1
0
-.1
.7

125.7
124.5
115.5
101.3
109.9

126.3
124.1
114.0
98.6
106.8

1.1
.4
-2 .7
-5 .0
-5 .3

-.3
-1 .3
-2 .7
-2 .8

.3

.5

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
1 9892

C o n cre te p ro d u cts— C o ntin u ed
S an ita ry se w e r p ip e ...................................................................................................
R e in fo rc e d .................................................................................................................
P re cast c o n c re te p r o d u c ts ..........................................................................................
S la b s and tile ..............................................................................................................
W a ll p a n e ls ...................................................................................................................
B urial va ults and b o x e s ............................................................................................
C o n cre te se p tic t a n k s ..............................................................................................
O th e r p re ca st co n c re te p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................
P re stresse d co n c re te pro du cts, exclud in g p i p e ..................................................
S olid a nd h o llo w co re d p a n e ls ..............................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

327 2-17
3272-171
327 2-2
327 2-21 3
327 2-22 3
3 27 2-23 4
3272-261
3272-281
327 2-3
3272-331
327 2-S M
3272-S

Nov.
19892

130.5
136.9
115.7
105.6
142.0
144.5
134.7
115.3
133.7

130.5
136.9
115.7
105.6
142.3
144.5
134.6
117.7
138.8

130.5
137.1

-1 .3
1.3

(3)
105.6
143.6
144.5
134.5
117.7
138.8

(3)
2.8
2.1
0
.1
2.8
7.6

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

0
.1
<3)
0
.9
0
-.1
0
0

156.5

1.2

0

111.9
110.4
110.4
100.5
102.3
99.6
100.9
102.2
98.8
104.1
109.1
100.4
101.6
99.7
96.9
101.4

112.3
110.8
110.8
101.4
102.2
101.0
101.7
102.7
100.0
104.1
108.4
101.1
100.6
100.3
98.1
101.6

2.1
1.7
1.7
-.4
.8
-1 .0
1.0
1.5
.2
2.7
5.4
.5
1.4
1.3
.5
1.7

.4
.4
.4
.9
-.1
1.4
.8
.5
1.2
0
-.6
.7
-1 .0
.6
1.2
.2

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

114.2
130.8
126.5

119.3
124.6
129.0

119.3
124.6
129.1

3.0
-9 .8
10.6

0
0
.1

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

103.8
104.3
102.6
106.6

104.0
104.5
102.6
106.6

104.0
104.5
102.6
106.6

1.7
1.9
.5
6.3

0
0
0
0

3275-P
3 275-225
3 27 5-315

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

107.7
107.8
99.1
104.3

108.5
108.9
99.3
103.1

108.5
109.0
99.3
103.1

-3.1
-3 .4
-6.1
-3.1

0
.1
0
0

3 28 1 -P

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

120.6
120.1

120.3
119.7

120.2
119.6

1.3
1.4

-.1
-.1

3281-1
3 281-113
3 281-135
3 28 1-198

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

112.2
93.4
120.1
102.4

111.6
93.4
119.2
102.4

111.4
93.4
118.8
102.4

1.5
1.7
1.8
-.7

-.2
0
-.3
0

3281-2
3 281-213
3281-3
3 2 8 1-33 7
3 2 8 1-33 7 15

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

112.4
112.4
141.6
148.0
112.8

112.4
112.4
141.6
148.0
112.8

112.4
112.4
141.6
148.0

.6
.6
1.6
0

0
0
0
0

3275

C u t s ton e and s to n e p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
D ressed d im ension granite, including gneiss, syenite, diorite, and cut
g r a n ite .........................................................................................................................
Building s t o n e ...............................................................................................................
M on um e n ta l s t o n e .....................................................................................................
O th e r g ra nite p ro du cts such as paving b lo c k s and c u r b in g ......................
D ressed d im ension lim estone, including d olom ite, tra vertine, ca lcareo u s
tufa, and cu t lim e s to n e .........................................................................................
Building s to n e ...............................................................................................................
D ressed d im e nsion m arble and o th e r s t o n e .......................................................
Building stone, m o num ental stone, and o th e r m arble p ro d u c ts ...............
M o n um e n ta l s to n e .................................................................................................

156.5

3274

G ypsum p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
1 12 inch regular gypsum b o a r d .................................................................................
T ype X g y p s u m b o a rd ....................................................................................................

156.5
111.6
110.4
110.4
100.8
102.3
100.0
101.1
102.1
99.5
104.0
108.1
100.9
101.6
99.9
96.9
101.7

3273

L im e .................................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Q u ic k lim e ...........................................................................................................................
H ydrated lim e ...................................................................................................................

1 2 /7 9
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

3274-P
3274-111
3274-151

R e ad y-m ixed c o n c r e te ..............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R e ad y-m ixed c o n c r e te ..................................................................................................
N o rth e a st re g ion rea dy-m ixe d c o n c r e t e ............................................................
N e w E ngland re ady-m ixed c o n c r e te ................................................................
M id A tla n tic rea dy-m ixe d c o n c r e t e ..................................................................
N o rth C e ntral re g ion rea dy-m ixe d c o n c r e t e .....................................................
E ast N orth C entral ready-m ixed co ncrete ....................................................
W e s t N orth C entral ready-m ixed c o n c r e t e ...................................................
S outhern region ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ..............................................................
S outh A tlan tic ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ..............................................................
W e s t S outh C entral ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ...................................................
E ast S outh C entral ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ....................................................
W e stern region ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ................................................................
M ountain ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ........................................................................
P acific ready-m ixed c o n c r e te .............................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...........................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3281




1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 7 /8 5
1 1 /8 4
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

O ct.
19892

3273-P
3273-111
3 27 3 -1 1 1 A
3273-11101
3 27 3-11 1 02
3 2 7 3 -1 11B
3 273-11103
3 27 3-11104
3273-111C
3 27 3-11105
3 27 3-11106
3 273-11107
3 2 7 3 -1 11D
3 27 3-11108
3 273-11109
3273-SM
3 273-M
3 273-XY 9
3273-S

73

(3)

(3)

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
July
1 98 9 2

A brasive s, a sbe stos, a nd m isce lla n e o u s n o n m e ta llic m ineral
p ro d u cts .................................................................................................................................
A brasive p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o n m e ta llic sized grains, pow d e rs, a nd flo u r a b r a s iv e s ..................................
S yn th e tic n o n m e ta llic size d grains, pow d e rs, a n d flo u r a b r a s iv e s ..........
S ilico n c a r b id e .........................................................................................................
A lu m in um o x id e .......................................................................................................
N o n m e ta llic a brasive p ro d u cts (inclu d ing d iam on d abrasive s) .....................
R e sin oid a nd sh e lla c b o n d .....................................................................................
R e in fo rc e d .................................................................................................................
N o n o re in fo r c e d ........................................................................................................
V itrifie d b on d ................................................................................................................
D ia m o n d w h e e ls .........................................................................................................
O th e r b o n d ................................................................................................................
N o n m e ta llic co a te d a b rasive pro du cts, b u ffin g w h ee ls, p o lishin g w heels,
a nd la p s .....................................................................................................................
C lo th (all b o n d s )..........................................................................................................
G lue b o n d ..................................................................................................................
O th e r s h a p e s ........................................................................................................
R esin a nd w a te rp ro o f b o n d ................................................................................
B e l t s ........................................................................................................................
P ap e r (all b on ds) ........................................................................................................
G lu e b o n d ..................................................................................................................
O th e r s h a p e s ........................................................................................................
O th e r (inclu d ing p ap e r-clo th , vu lcan ize d clo th -fib e r c o m b in a tio n s) ........
M e tal a b rasive s (inclu d ing sco uring p a d s ) ............................................................
S te e l a nd iron grit, sh ot, and s a n d ......................................................................
S te e l w o o l......................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3291

A s b e s to s p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A s b e s to s frictio n m a te r ia ls ..........................................................................................
M o ld ed brake linings c o nta ining a sbestos, including all non w o ven
t y p e s ........................................................................................................................
A s b e s to s disc b rake p a d s ......................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3292

G askets, packing, and sealing d e v ic e s ...............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G aske ts and gaske ting m a te r ia ls .............................................................................
A sbe stos, c o m p resse d (all type s o f b in d e rs )...................................................
C o rk and c o rk r u b b e r ................................................................................................
R u bb e r (e la s to m e ric ).................................................................................................
M e ta llic ...........................................................................................................................
O the r n on m e tallic gaskets, including flu oroca rb on gaske ts and sh ee ts
P acking and sealing device s .....................................................................................
P acking and seals, r u b b e r ......................................................................................
O il and g re ase seals, radial lip t y p e ...............................................................
Lip-type m o ld ed packing, single and m u ltip le u nits (flange, cup,
U-ring, V-ring, e t c . ) .........................................................................................
A ll o th e r m o ld ed p ackin g and s e a ls ...............................................................
P la stics p ackin g and seals, including o -rin g s ...................................................
P acking, e x c e p t leather, rubber, m etal, and p la s tic s ....................................
C o m p re ssion p ackin g fo r sealing, m oving and n onm oving p a r t s ........
A ll o th e r p ackin g and s e a ls ................................................................................
A xia l m e ch an ica l s e a ls .............................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

3293

M ine ra ls a nd e a rth s g ro un d o r t r e a t e d ..............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M in e ra ls a n d e a rth s gro un d o r t r e a te d ...................................................................
L igh tw e ig h t agg re ga te, e xpa nd e d clay, slag, perlite, haydite, pum ice
a n d d ia to m a ce o u s e a r t h ..................................................................................
S lag, in clu din g cru sh e d and g r o u n d ....................................................................
N a tural g ra ph ite, gro un d, re fin ed o r b le n d e d ...................................................
C lay, in clu din g g ro un d cru d e fire clay, high alum in a clay, a nd silica
fire c la y ...................................................................................................................
O th e r m ine ra ls a nd earth s, gro un d o r tre ate d, incl. feldsp ar, ro o f
g ra n u le s a nd b a r ite ............................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

329 5

3 2 9 1 -P
3 29 1-5
3 2 9 1 -5A
329 1-51 7
329 1-51 9
329 1-6
3 2 9 1 -6A
3 2 9 1-63 7
3 2 9 1-64 2
3291-631
3291-671
3 2 9 1 -67 1 02
3 29 1-7
3291-71
3 291-711
3 2 9 1 -71 1 02
3 2 9 1-71 5
3291-71501
3 29 1-72
3 291-721
3 2 9 1-72 1 02
3 29 1-73 9
3 29 1-8
3291-811
3291-831
3 29 1 -SM
3 29 1 -M
3 29 1 -Z 89
3 29 1 -S

3292-P
3292-2

109.6

109.7

109.6

3.3

-0.1

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0

137.3
136.6
114.4
114.9
95.7
93.5
145.1
120.6
156.1
154.9
148.0
116.1
117.6

138.1
136.6
115.3
115.5
95.8
95.5
145.1
120.6
156.1
154.9
148.0
116.1

137.2
136.6
115.2
115.5
95.8
95.5
145.1
120.6
156.1
154.9

5.8
7.1
13.4
13.7
1.5
27.0
8.7
18.5
16.8
19.6

-.7
0
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

153.6
109.5
108.7
167.4
109.8
162.8
108.5
106.5
163.6
139.7
131.4
114.9
124.5

153.6
1 09.5
108.7
167.4
109.8
162.8
108.5

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

165.8
165.8
131.9

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

102.6
101.8
101.5

103.3
102.7
101.5

102.1
101.3
102.6

1.3
1.5
1.2

-1 .2
-1 .4
1.1

(3)

N ov. 1988

O ct. 1989

(3)
(3)
(3)

153.6
109.5

4.9
5.4

(3)
(3)
109.8
162.8

(3)
(3)
5.6
5.0

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.6
.8
-.4
1.3

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)
139.7
130.4
113.6
124.5

165.1
165.1

165.9
165.9

4.9
4.9

(3)
(3)
139.7
130.7
113.5

(3)

0
0

0
0

0
-.2
.1
(3)
.5
.5
(3)

3 29 2-215
3292-221
3292-S M
3292-S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

103.3
97.0

103.3
97.0

103.3
97.0

.9
-2 .3

.0
0

1 2 /8 5

108.1

108.1

108.8

.6

.6

3293-P
3293-2
3293-213
3293-221
3293-231
3293-251
3 29 3-298
3293-3
3293-311
3293-31121

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.5
108.8
111.0
98.4
110.0
111.6
123.9
101.1
107.4
106.0
100.0

108.7
109.1
111.3
98.4
110.0
113.3
123.1
101.7
107.6
106.1
99.9

109.4
109.8
113.1
98.4
115.0
113.3
127.9
101.7
107.6
106.1

2.8
2.8
4.0
0
7.9
5.5
6.8
.8
2.0
1.5

.6
.6
1.6
0
4.5
0
3.9
0
0
0

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

118.6
107.2
95.9
115.2
110.2
117.7
108.8

118.6
107.2
96.5
116.0
112.6
117.7
108.7

118.6
107.2
96.5
116.0

6.7
.7
-4 .0
2.6

(3)
117.7

(3)
2.8

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

107.9
104.0

107.9
104.1

107.9
104.1

3.8
1.6

0
0

3295-P
3295-1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

109.3
111.7
111.7

109.7
112.1
112.1

109.5
111.8
111.8

3.0
3.4
3.4

-.2
-.3
-.3

3295-111
3295-131
3295-181

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

106.3
103.6
100.0

106.3
103.6
108.2

106.3
103.6
102.3

1.9
-.6
0

0
0
-5 .5

3 29 5-18 4

0 6 /8 5

112.4

112.4

112.4

3.5

0

329 5-19 8
329 5-S M
3295-S

0 6 /8 5

118.9

119.1

119.1

6.1

0

0 6 /8 5

99.4

101.7

100.5

-.9

-1 .2

3293-31131
3293-31 1 39
3293-341
3 293-362
3293-36261
3 29 3 -3 6 2 6 9
3293-371
329 3-S M
3 293-M
3293-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19892

1 2 /8 4

3 29

O ct.
1 9892

74

(3)

(3)
0
0
0
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
July
1 9892

M ineral w o o l .................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M ine ra l w o o l fo r stru ctu ra l in s u la tio n ......................................................................
Loose fib e r and gra nu la te d f i b e r ..........................................................................
M ineral w o ol fo r industrial, equipm ent, and a pp liance insulation ................
B la n ke ts (fle xib le ) inclu din g fa b rica te d pieces, rolls, a nd b a t t s ................
Fa ced a nd m e tal m e s h e d ...................................................................................
A co u stica l, in clu din g pads, b oards, p atch es, e tc .............................................
O th e r m ine ra l w o o l fo r industrial, equ ip m e nt, a nd a p p lia n ce
in s u la tio n ................................................................................................................

3 29 6

N o n cla y re fra c to rie s ...................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B ricks and s h a p e s ..........................................................................................................
M a g ne site a nd m a g ne site-chrom e b ricks and s h a p e s ................................
O the r, in clu din g b a sic pou rin g p it re fra c to rie s .............................................
M ullite b ricks and shapes, m ade p re do m in a ntly o f fuse d o r syn th e tic
m u llite .....................................................................................................................
E xtra-high alum ina b ricks & shapes, m ade p re do m in a ntly o f fused and
syn th e tic a lu m in a s .............................................................................................
A ll o th e r b ricks a nd shapes, including d olom ite, d olo m ite -m ag ne site
a nd ca rb on re fra c to rie s ....................................................................................
P lastic re fra cto ries & ram m ing m ixes, w e t & dry, and ca sta b les of
n on hydraulic se ttin g type ....................................................................................
B asic casta b les, p lastics and ram m ing m ixes (w et and dry types) ........
G un n ing m ixes, b a sic a nd o th e r ...............................................................................
O th e r n on cla y re fra c to ry m aterials in lum p o r g round f o r m ...........................
A ll o th e r d om estic sh ipm en ts as re fra cto ry raw m a te r ia ls .........................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

3297

N o n m e ta llic m ine ra l pro du cts, n .e .c......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S ta tua ry a nd a rt g o o d s (fa cto ry m ade) ..................................................................
O th e r n o n m e ta llic m ineral p ro d u c ts .........................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3 29 9

3 296-P
3296-1
3296-111
3 296-2
3 29 6-23 5
3 2 9 6 -23 5 36
3 29 6-28 3

1 2 /8 1
12/8 1
12/81
12/81
12/8 1
1 2 /8 1
1 0 /8 2
0 4 /8 2

Oct.
19892

Nov.
1 98 9 2

108.8
108.6
94.9
92.7
133.6
149.3
143.8

107.7
107.4
93.6
91.4
132.8

108.4
108.2
94.7
90.8
132.5
149.3

(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

Nov. 1988

1.8
1.8
2.4
-.4
.6
3.7
(3)
(3)

O ct. 1989

0.6
.7
1.2
-.7
-.2
(3)
(3)
(3)

3 29 6-29 8

12/8 1

129.4

124.3

124.3

-.7

0

3297-P
3297-1
3 29 7-11 2
3 297-11213

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.7
109.0
108.1
104.2
104.7

108.6
108.8
107.7
104.2
104.7

108.5
108.7
107.6
104.2
104.7

3.9
4.0
3.2
.4
.6

-.1
-.1
-.1
0
0

3297-115

1 2 /8 5

113.4

113.4

113.4

7.0

0

3297-11 6

1 2 /8 5

111.8

111.8

111.8

7.6

0

3297-121

1 2 /8 5

117.8

118.0

118.0

8.7

0

3297-4
3297-411
3297-5
3297-6
3 29 7-61 2
3297-S M
3297-S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

118.3
116.1
105.5
106.8
104.3

119.1
117.4
106.1
106.8
104.3

119.1
117.4
105.5
106.8
104.3

11.9
11.4
1.4
3.7
1.9

0
0
-.6
0
.0

3299-P
329 9-2
3 299-3
329 9-S M
3 29 9-S

1 2 /8 5

106.9

107.0

108.3

4.8

1.2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

106.5
104.1
111.1
102.2

106.0
103.7
110.9
101.1

106.5
104.1
110.9
101.7

.6
.6
4.0
-1 .0

.5
.4
0
.6

1 2 /8 5

125.1

125.1

125.1

0

0

P rim ary m e tal in d u s trie s ...........................................................................................................

33

1 2 /8 4

118.2

118.7

118.0

.4

-.6

B la st furna ce s, stee l w o rks, a nd ro lling and fin ishing m ills ........................................

331

1 2 /8 4

108.8

108.4

108.4

1.5

0

B la st fu rn a ce s a nd stee l m i lls ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
O p e n d ie o r sm ith fo rg in g s (h a m m e r o r p ress), f e r r o u s .................................
A llo y stee l, e xclud in g stainle ss and h i- t e m p ....................................................
O th e r stee l m ill p ro du cts, e x c e p t w ire p ro d u cts ................................................
C o ke o ven a nd b la st furn a ce p r o d u c ts ..................................................................
C oke o ve n p r o d u c t s ..................................................................................................
C oke, e x c e p t scre e n in g s a nd b r e e z e .............................................................
F urnace c o k e .......................................................................................................
S cre en in gs and b re e z e .......... ..............................................................................
S te e l in go ts a nd se m ifin ish ed sh ap es and f o r m s ..............................................
S em ifinished p ro du cts (excluding w ire rods), ca rb on ...................................
B illets, c a r b o n ..........................................................................................................
W ire rods, c a r b o n .......................................................................................................
S em ifinished p ro du cts (excluding w ire rods), a llo y .......................................
Billets, a llo y ...............................................................................................................
S em ifinished p ro du cts (excluding w ire rods), s ta in le s s ...............................
W ire rods, s t a in le s s ...................................................................................................
Tin m ill p ro du cts, h.r. sh e e ts and strip (incl. m e ta llic co a te d and
e le c tr ic a l) ...................................................................................................................
S he e ts, h.r., c a r b o n ...................................................................................................
S h e e ts and strip, h o t d ipp e d galva n ize d, c a r b o n ...........................................
S h e e ts a n d strip, e le c tro ly tic galva n ize d, c a r b o n ...........................................
O th e r m e ta llic co a te d sh e e ts a nd strip, c a r b o n .............................................
S trip, h.r., ca rb on ........................................................................................................
B la c k p la te ......................................................................................................................
T in p late ..........................................................................................................................
T in fre e s t e e l................................................................................................................
S heets, h.r., a llo y ........................................................................................................
H o t ro lle d bars, p late s and stru ctu ra l s h a p e s .....................................................
P lates (o the r tha n flo o r plates), c a r b o n .............................................................
H eavy structural shapes, ca rb on .....................................................................
Bars, h.r., c a r b o n ........................................................................................................
Bars, h.r., carbon, m e rch an t q u a lity .................................................................
Bars, h.r., carbon, sp ecial q u a lity .....................................................................
B ars, light s tru c tu ra l, ca rb on ................................................................................
C o ncrete re in forcing bars, c a r b o n ........................................................................
P lates, a llo y ..................................................................................................................

331 2

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

113.2
112.9
98.1
93.0
110.6
90.0
86.6
88.6
84.7
103.5
112.4

113.1
112.8
98.1
93.0
110.7
90.7
87.5
89.7
84.7
103.5
111.5

113.0
112.5
97.7
93.0
110.6
89.5
85.9
87.5
82.7
103.5
109.7

1.7
1.7
8.9
1.8
4.0
3.0
5.7
7.4
5.6
12.5
-.4

-.1
-.3
-.4
0
-.1
-1 .3
-1 .8
-2 .5
-2 .4
0
-1 .6

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

112.5
109.7
107.4
94.8
136.7
136.9

112.0
108.7
107.3
94.5
132.4
132.6

110.2
107.9
107.2

-.8
3.5
-.6

-1 .6
-.7
-.1

(3)
124.7
126.7

(3)
-5 .7
-2 .5

(3)
-5 .8
-4 .4

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

122.2
113.2
131.0
115.0
118.8
113.1
140.7
133.7
135.6
122.7
111.1
106.8
106.8
110.8
111.0
110.6
112.4
115.7
101.3

122.9
112.6
131.1
115.6
118.6
112.6
146.1
137.8
140.4
122.7
110.1
106.8
103.1
110.1
111.0
109.2
111.9
113.8
101.3

123.2
112.1
134.4
115.1
119.4
112.6
146.1
137.4
140.0

2.8
-.8
10.3
-2 .7
3.3
.3
4.6
3.8
5.3

(3)
109.7
106.8
103.1
109.7
111.0
108.5
111.9
113.8
101.3

(3)
-1 .3
0
-4 .0
-2.1
-3 .5
-.9
-2 .2
-2 .2
1.8

3 3 1 2-P
3 3 1 2-B
3 31 2-B 6 3
3 3 1 2-C
3312-1
3 31 2-1A
3312-111
3312-11111
331 2-11 2
3 312-2
3 31 2-213
3312-21311
3312-219
3 312-236
3312-23611
331 2 -2 5 6
3 31 2-25 9
3312-3
3312-311
331 2-31 3
3 31 2-31 5
3312-317
3312-319
3312-324
3 31 2-326
3 31 2-328
3312-331
3312-4
3312-413
3312-41511
3312-422
3312-42211
3 312-42212
3 312-424
3 312-425
3312-431

See footnotes at end of table.




75

.2

-.4
2.5

-.4
.7
0
0
-.3
-.3
(3)
-.4
0
0

-.4
0
-.6
0
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
198 9 2

B la st fu rn a ce s a nd stee l m ills— C ontin u ed
H e avy stru ctu ra l shap es, a llo y ..............................................................................
Bars, h.r. (including lig h t structurals), a llo y .......................................................
T o ol steel, high speed, a llo y ..................................................................................
T o ol steel, o th e r than high speed, a llo y ............................................................
P lates, s ta in le s s .......................................................................................................
B ars, h.r., s ta in le s s ....................................................................................................
S te e l w ir e ...........................................................................................................................
C arbon w i r e ..................................................................................................................
Plain wire, c a r b o n ...................................................................................................
G alvanized w ire, c a r b o n .......................................................................................
S ta in le ss w ir e ...........................................................................................................
S te e l p ipe and tu b e s .....................................................................................................
Pipe and oil co un try tub u lar g oods, c a r b o n .....................................................
S tandard pipe, c a r b o n ..........................................................................................
Oil co un try tub u lar goods, c a r b o n ....................................................................
C asing (O CTG ), ca rbon ...................................................................................
M e chanical tubing, c a rb o n .......................................................................................
P ipe and tubing, a llo y ................................................................................................
O il co un try tub u lar goods, a llo y .........................................................................
C asing (O CTG ), a l l o y ........................................................................................
C old ro lle d sh ee ts and strip (excl. m e tallic co ate d and e le c tr ic a l) ..............
S he e ts, c.r., ca rb on ...................................................................................................
C o ld fin ish e d b ars ..........................................................................................................
B ars, c.f., sta in le ss ....................................................................................................
B ars, c.f., stainle ss, 3 0 0 se rie s .........................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
S te e l w ire p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

3312-435
3312-441
3 31 2-448
3 312-449
3312-453
3312-461
3312-5
3 31 2-5A
3312-511
3312-515
3312-551
3312-6
3312-6A
3312-611
3312-619
3312-61911
3312-6C
3312-6E
3312-633
3 312-63311
3 312-7
3 312-711
3 31 2-8
3 312-851
3312-85111
3 31 2-S M
3 3 1 2-M
3 31 2-X Y 9
3 3 1 2-S
3 312-S S S
3 3 1 5-S

(3)
117.3
109.0
124.0
142.1
134.1
102.8
99.1
98.6
102.0
132.4
93.2
94.6
103.6
89.8
88.7

(3)
-0 .3
7.4
1.4
-6 .8
-1 .5
.4
.7
.9
.2
-1 .9
1.6
.3
4.2
.8
1.0

(3)
-1 .3
0
0
-1 .5
-1 .4
-.4
0
0
0
-2 .5
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
83.7
70.7
70.8
120.1
120.4
109.7
119.2
122.7

(3)
83.7
70.7
70.8
119.7
120.2
108.8
117.3
120.5

(3)
83.7

(3)
5.9

(3)

(3)
(3)
120.0
120.4
107.6
115.6
118.2

(3)
(3)
4.4
4.7
-1 .6
-2 .4
-2 .0

(3)
(3)
.3
.2
-1.1
-1 .4
-1 .9

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

90.4
101.9
108.3
119.3
104.0

90.4
101.9
107.5
117.9

90.4
101.9
107.5
117.8

-.7
-.8
-.8
-2 .3

0
0
0
-.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

161.6
164.4
141.7

144.0
145.3
119.6

137.3
138.0
111.0

-2 .2
-2 .6

-4 .7
-5 .0
-7 .2

0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

197.1
101.0
124.9

174.3
98.1
114.5

165.5
91.2
112.6

(3)
(3)

-5 .0
-7 .0
-1 .7

3 3 1 3-49 8

0 6 /8 3

108.9

110.1

106.5

-4 .7

-3 .3

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

110.8
109.3
114.8
116.5
107.7
109.3
108.5
106.6
106.2
104.0
99.7
99.0
102.9
143.3
109.1
106.0
106.7

110.4
108.9
114.8
116.5
107.7
109.3
108.5
106.6
106.2
104.1
99.9
99.3
102.9
141.3
107.5
101.8
102.3

110.5
109.0
114.8
116.5
107.7
109.3
108.5
106.6
106.2
103.9
99.8
99.3
102.3
140.7
108.2
103.5
104.0

2.3
1.9
4.5
3.1
.1
.8
2.4
-.4
-.4
1.5
.7
1.2
- .6
7.4
2.7
-1 .2
-1 .9

.1
.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.2
-.1
0
-.6
-.4
.7
1.7
1.7

331 5

3 31 6

S te e l p ipe a nd tu b e s - m f p m ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S te e l p ipe a nd t u b e s .....................................................................................................
Pipe a nd o il co u n try tu b u la r goo ds, c a r b o n .....................................................
S tandard pipe, c a r b o n ..........................................................................................
Line pipe, ca rb on ...................................................................................................
P ressure tubing, c a r b o n ...........................................................................................
Pressure tubing, seam less, c a r b o n ..................................................................

106.0
118.8
109.0
124.0
144.2
136.0
103.2
99.1
98.6
102.0
135.8
93.2
94.6
103.6
89.8
88.7

331 3-4
3313-451
331 3-46 9

C o ld fin ishing o f s te e l s h a p e s - m f p m ................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C o ld ro lle d s h e e ts a nd s t r ip ........................................................................................
S trip, c.r., ca rb o n ........................................................................................................
C o ld fin ish e d b ars ..........................................................................................................
Bars, c.f., c a r b o n .........................................................................................................
Bars, c.f., a llo y ..............................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

106.0
119.4
109.1
124.1
153.1
137.6
103.4
99.1
98.6
102.0
138.0
93.2
94.6
103.6
89.8
88.7

331 3

S te e l w ire a nd re la ted p ro d u cts - m f p m ............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o n in su la te d fe rro u s w ire rope, c a b le a nd s tr a n d .............................................
W ire rope and c a b le ..................................................................................................
S te e l nails and s p ik e s ...................................................................................................
S te e l w ire n a ils ............................................................................................................
B rig ht n a il s ................................................................................................................
W ire stap le s and tacks, c u t nails and s p ik e s ..................................................
S te e l w ire s ta p le s ...................................................................................................
S te e l w ir e ...........................................................................................................................
C arbon w ire ..................................................................................................................
Plain w ire, c a r b o n ...................................................................................................
O th e r c o ate d wire, c a r b o n ..................................................................................
S ta in le ss w ir e ...........................................................................................................
O th e r fab ricate d fe rro u s w ire p ro d u c ts ...................................................................
W e ld ed stee l w ire f a b r i c ..........................................................................................
W e ld ed stee l w ire fab ric (co n crete re in forcing m esh) .............................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

3 3 1 3-P
331 3-3

E le ctro m e ta llu rg ica l p ro d u cts .................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
F e rro s ilic o n ........................................................................................................................
O th e r ferro a llo ys a nd p ro d u cts m ade in e le c tric a nd o th e r furna ce s,
e xc e p t b la st furn a ce s ...........................................................................................
F e rro m o ly b d e n u m .......................................................................................................
O th e r fe r r o a llo y s .........................................................................................................
O th e r p ro d u cts m ade in e le ctric a nd o th e r furna ce s, e x c e p t b la st
f u r n a c e s .................................................................................................................

331 7

3 3 1 5-P
3315-1
3315-111
3315-2
3 315-2 A
3315-211
3315-2B
3 315-223
3 315-5
3 315-5 A
3315-511
3 31 5-519
3315-551
3315-9
3 315-96
3315-961
331 5-S M
3 3 1 5-S

3 3 1 6-P
3 316-7
3 31 6-71 5
331 6-8
3316-811
3316-831
331 6-S M

3 3 1 7-P
331 7-6
3 317-6A
3317-611
3317-612
3317-6B
3317-621

See footnotes at end of table.




Oct.
198 9 2

76

(3)
7.7

0

0 6 /8 2

127.2

127.2

127.2

1.5

0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

115.7
115.8
124.6
113.9
101.1
102.6
92.0

114.3
114.6
122.9
112.8
100.4
101.9
92.0

114.1
114.3
122.9
112.8
100.0
101.4
92.0

-2 .4
-2 .5
-4.1
-9 .7
-.5
-.8
1.8

-.2
-.3
0
0
-.4
-.5
0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

112.2
111.4
111.4
115.2
115.2
96.7
11.3.0
100.3

111.3
111.2
111.2
115.2
115.2
96.7

111.6
111.0
111.0
115.2
115.2
96.7
114.0
102.5

1.2
1.6
1.6
2.1
5.8
-3 .4
1.7
1.9

.3
-.2
-.2
0
0
0

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—-Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
<£><

C C_
O
0 C
0

Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

S te e l pipe and tu b e s - m fp m — C o ntin u ed
P ressure tubing, w e ld ed , c a r b o n .......................................................................
M e ch an ica l tub in g, c a r b o n .......................................................................................
M e ch an ica l tub in g, w e ld e d , c a r b o n .................................................................
S tructu ra l p ipe a nd tub in g, c a r b o n ...................................................................
Pipe a nd tub in g, a llo y ................................................................................................
O th e r p ipe and tu b in g (inclu d ing sta n d ard pipe), s t a in le s s ....................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3 31 7-62 2
331 7-6C
3 31 7-62 4
3 3 1 7-62 7
3 317-6E
3 317-669
3317-S M
3 31 7-S

O ct.
19892

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

124.9
110.7
119.1
123.0
103.8
155.0

(3)
110.4
118.8
123.0
105.1
136.4

124.9
109.8
118.0

1.5
1.2
1.4

(3)
105.1
135.5

(3)
5.7
-1 0 .6

0 6 /8 2

116.2

112.6

119.6

4.4

O ct. 1989

(3)
-0 .5
-.7
(3)
0
-.7
6.2

Iron and steel fo u n d r ie s ...........................................................................................................

3 32

1 2 /8 4

108.6

109.2

109.4

2.8

.2

G ray iron fo u n d r ie s .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C a st iron pressure and soil p ipe and f ittin g s ........................................................
Pressure pipe and fitting s, d uctile ir o n ................................................................
P ressure pipe, d u ctile iron ..................................................................................
P ressure pipe fitting s, d u ctile ir o n ....................................................................
P ressure p ipe a nd fittings, gray iron ...................................................................
Pressure p ipe fitting s, gray ir o n .........................................................................
S oil pipe and fittings, gray i r o n .............................................................................
Soil pipe, gray i r o n .................................................................................................
O the r d uctile iron c a s tin g s ..........................................................................................
A uto m o tive uses .........................................................................................................
P assenger c a r s ........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r a uto m o tive u s e s ...................................................................................
M a chinery u s e s ...........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r u s e s ...............................................................................................................
O th e r gray iron c a s tin g s ...............................................................................................
M o ld s and sto o ls fo r heavy stee l in g o t s ...........................................................
A uto m o tive u s e s .........................................................................................................
P assenger c a r s ........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r a uto m o tive u s e s ...................................................................................
C o nstructio n and utility u s e s ..................................................................................
A ll o th e r u s e s ...............................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3321

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6

121.2
120.2
131.3
111.8
105.4
99.9
124.9
108.8
185.6
110.4
100.6
102.0
122.1
99.5
102.6
99.2
103.4
102.5
101.1
114.6
121.9
107.8
108.2

121.9
120.8
133.2
111.8
105.4
99.9
127.6
111.1
191.7
113.0
100.9
102.6
122.8
100.3
103.2
98.7
103.8
102.5
101.7
115.3
122.8
108.8
108.0

121.8
120.7
132.4
111.7
105.2
99.9
128.0
111.5
188.1
109.0
101.1
103.1
123.3
101.0
102.8
98.7
103.8
102.5
101.6
115.2
122.4
109.0
108.2

2.2
1.9
4.4
-.1
-.2
0
3.4
3.4
12.7
3.8
2.0
2.9
3.4
1.4
.9
.4
1.5
-.3
.7
.3
1.5
5.0
2.4

-.1
-.1
-.6
-.1
-.2
0
.3
.4
-1 .9
-3 .5
.2
.5
.4
.7
-.4
0
0
0
-.1
-.1
-.3
.2
.2

1 2 /8 0

123.5

127.3

127.2

5.0

-.1

M a lle a ble iron fo u n d r ie s ...........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S ta n da rd m a lleable iron c a s tin g s .............................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3322

0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1

109.3
108.8
115.6

110.0
109.7
116.9

109.9
109.7
116.9

.3
-.3
2.2

-.1
0
0

0 6 /8 1

112.2

112.2

111.3

3.8

-.8

S te e l in ve s tm e n t fo u n d r ie s ......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C a rbon and lo w a llo y stee l in vestm en t c a s tin g s .................................................
H igh a llo y stee l in vestm en t ca stings, in cluding stainle ss s t e e l.....................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3 324

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

158.2
156.1
146.4
158.3

160.0
158.0
147.3
160.5

161.9
158.6
147.4
161.1

6.2
5.4
4.5
5.6

1.2
.4
.1
.4

0 6 /8 1

189.8

190.2

207.8

14.9

9.3

S te e l fou ndries, n .e .c...................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C arbon steel castings, e x c e p t in v e s tm e n t............................................................
R ailroad w h e e ls and s p e c ia ltie s ...........................................................................
A ll o th e r c a rb on steel castings, in cluding ro lls fo r ro lling m i l l s ................
High a llo y ste e l ca stin g s ..............................................................................................
H igh a llo y ste e l ca sting s, in clu din g h igh m a n ga ne se a nd stainle ss
s t e e l.........................................................................................................................
L ow a llo y stee l c a s tin g s ...............................................................................................
R a ilw a y sp e cia ltie s a nd ro lls fo r ro lling m ills ...................................................
A ll o th e r lo w a llo y ste e l c a s tin g s ..........................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

3325

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

117.0
119.2
114.1
107.7
117.6
129.9

116.7
118.9
114.0
107.7
117.5
129.6

116.8
119.0
114.1
107.7
117.7
129.5

2.3
2.9
2.0
1.1
2.4
3.9

.1
.1
.1
0
.2
-.1

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

130.9
124.7
126.3
122.3

130.6
123.9
124.5
122.0

130.5
124.1
125.4
121.9

3.9
4.3
3.6
4.6

-.1
.2
.7
-.1

0 6 /8 1

9 9.9

99.9

99.6

-3 .7

-.3

332 1 -P
3321-1
3321-111
3321-11101
3 32 1-11102
3321-121
3 32 1-12102
3321-131
3321-13101
3321-2
3321-222
3321-22201
3321-22 2 02
3 32 1-233
3321-23 9
3321-4
3 321-429
3 321-439
3321-43901
3 32 1-43 9 02
3321-44 9
3321-49 8
332 1 -SM
3 32 1 -S

3322-P
3322-131
3322-S M
3 322-S

3 324-P
3324-16 3
3 324-165
3324-SM
3324-S

3325-P
3 325-2
3 32 5-214
332 5 -2 1 9
332 5-4
3 325-431
3 32 5-5
3 325-551
3 32 5 -5 5 9
3 32 5-S M
3 32 5-S

P rim ary sm e ltin g a nd re fin ing o f n o n fe rro u s m e ta ls ......................................................

333

1 2 /8 0

128.7

129.6

127.3

-8 .9

-1 .8

P rim ary c o p p e r .............................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S m e lted c o p p e r ...............................................................................................................
R e fine d c o p p e r ................................................................................................................
C o p p e r c a t h o d e ..........................................................................................................
O th e r re fin ed c o p p e r .................................................................................................

3331
3 3 3 1 -P
3331-1
333 1-2
3 3 3 1-21 7
3 33 1 -2 2 6

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0

142.2
134.7

164.0
162.4

154.5
153.8

-7 .7
-7 .7

-5 .8
-5 .3

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
1 2 /8 7

127.4
130.5
81.1

158.4
160.5
103.6

148.6
154.5
90.7

-7 .6
-4.1
-1 6 .3

-6 .2
-3 .7
-1 2 .5

P rim ary a lu m in u m ........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P rim ary alum inum , e x c e p t e xtrusion b ille t .............................................................
A lu m in um ingot, u n a llo y e d ..................................................................................
O th e r prim a ry a lum in um , e x c e p t e xtrusion b ille t .........................................
A lu m in um e xtrusion b ille t .............................................................................................

3 33 4
3334-P
3 33 4-7
3334-71111
3 33 4 -7 1 1 1 3
333 4-8

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0

144.1
147.2
146.0
153.9
113.3
152.5

131.7
135.1
134.5
145.9
106.7
135.9

132.2
135.8
135.6
144.6
108.4
133.9

-1 7 .5
-1 6 .9
-1 5 .4
-1 2 .6

.4
.5
.8
-.9
1.6
-1 .5

See footnotes at end of table.




77

(3)
-2 7 .0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rc e n t ch a n g e
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
19892

P rim ary n o n fe rro u s m e tals, n .e .c............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
O th e r n o n fe rro u s m e t a ls ..............................................................................................
O th e r n o n fe rro u s m e tals, u n a llo y e d ....................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3341

R olling, d raw ing and e xtrud in g o f non ferrou s m e t a l s ...................................................

3 35

Rolling, d raw ing and e xtrud in g o f c o p p e r ..........................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C o p p e r and c o p p er-b ase a llo y w ir e .........................................................................
A llo y e d .............................................................................................................................
B a r e ..............................................................................................................................
C o p p e r and c o p p er-b ase a llo y rod, b a r and s h a p e s .........................................
U n alloye d c o p p e r bars, sh apes and n o n -e le ctrica l r o d ...............................
R o d ...............................................................................................................................
B ars a n d s h a p e s .....................................................................................................
C o p p e r-b a se a llo y rod, b a r and s h a p e s ............................................................
R o d ...............................................................................................................................
C o p p e r and co pp er-b ase a llo y sheet, s trip and p la t e ......................................
U n a lloye d co p p e r fla t p r o d u c ts ..............................................................................
S t r ip ..............................................................................................................................
C o p p e r-b a se a llo y fla t p r o d u c ts ............................................................................
S tr ip ..............................................................................................................................
C o pp e r and c o p p er-b ase a llo y pipe and t u b e .....................................................
U n alloye d pipe and tube, n o n -p lu m b in g ............................................................
C o pp e r-b a se a llo y p ipe and tube, n o n -p lu m b in g ............................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3351

A lu m in um sh eet, p late , foil a nd w e ld ed tub e p ro d u c ts .................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A lu m in um p la t e ................................................................................................................
H e a t-tre a ta b le ...............................................................................................................
A lu m in um s h e e t ...............................................................................................................
C oiled, n on he a t-trea tab le , b a r e ............................................................................
C o iled, non he a t-trea tab le , bare, a ll o t h e r s ...................................................
A lu m in um f o i l ....................................................................................................................
Plain a lum inum fo il (u nder .006 in . ) .....................................................................

3 353

A lu m in um extrud e d p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
E xtruded a lum inum rod, bar, and o th e r e xtruded sh ap es e x c e p t t u b e ......
E xtrud e d ro d a n d b a r w ith a llo ys o th e r th a n 2 0 0 0 a n d 7 0 0 0 s e r ie s ......
R o d ...............................................................................................................................
B a r .................................................................................................................................
O th e r e xtru d e d sh a p e s e x c e p t tub e , w ith a llo ys o th e r th a n 2 0 0 0 and
7 00 0 s e r ie s ............................................................................................................
O th e r e xtrud e d sh ap es, c ircle size 1 to, n o t in clu din g 2 ........................
O th e r e xtru d e d sh ap es, c ircle size 2 to, n o t in c lu d in g 3 ..........................
O th e r e xtru d e d sh ap es, circle size 3 to, n o t in clu din g 4 .........................
O th e r e xtru d e d shap es, c ircle size 4 to, n o t in clu din g 5 .........................
O th e r e xtrud e d shap es, c ircle size 5 to, n o t in clu din g 6 ........................
O th e r e xtru d e d sh ap es, circle size 6 to, n o t in clu din g 1 0 ......................
O th e r e xtru d e d sh ap es, circle size 10 and o v e r .........................................

3 354

3 33 9-P
3 3 3 9-7
3339-791
3 339-S M
3339-S

3 3 4 1 -P
3341-2
3341-211
3341-231
3341-23111
3 341-3
3341-311
3341-321
3 341-4
3341-411
3341-5
3341-515
3341-52 5
3 341-6
3341-7
3 341-71 5
3 341-74 5
3 34 1 -SM
3 34 1 -M
3 34 1 -X16
3 34 1 -Y 85

3 35 1 -P
3351-1
3351-131
3 35 1-13 1 14
3 351-3
3351-311
3 35 1 -3 1 1 1 5
3 35 1 -3 1 1 1 8
335 1-33 2
3351-33 2 18
3 3 5 1-4
3 3 5 1-41 3
3 3 5 1 -4 1 3 2 2
335 1-43 5
3 35 1-43 5 26
3351-5
3 35 1-518
3351-53 8
3 35 1 -SM
3 35 1 -S

3353-P
3353-1
3 35 3-113
3353-2
3353-231
3353-23 1 15
3353-3
3353-351

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 8

119.0
127.2
123.6
116.8

121.3
130.4
124.4
117.7

0 6 /8 0

70.6

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8

N ov. 1988

O ct. 1989

120.8
129.7
124.1
115.0

6.5
5.4
3.7
10.7

-0 .4
-.5
-.2
-2 .3

71.1

71.1

10.6

0

99.4
99.6
106.0

98.6
98.8
115.5

96.2
96.6
109.9

-7 .6
-6 .5
7.6

-2 .4
-2 .2
-4 .8

(3)
126.6
105.9
105.3
121.0
100.8
177.8
175.1
53.0

(3)
130.3
109.0
113.3
132.3
107.8
178.1
175.5
50.7

(3)
128.8
107.8
107.0
123.9
102.4
173.9
171.3
54.3

(3)
22.3
12.4
2.8
-1 .5
-1.1
4.4
4.5
-1 0 .0

(3)
-1 .2
-1.1
-5 .6
-6 .3
-5 .0
-2 .4
-2 .4
7.1

(3)
80.1
86.3
123.0
86.5
92.4

(3)
77.0
93.6
112.8
77.5
83.0

<
3)
81.7
80.5
110.4
76.1
83.2

(3)
-1 6 .2
11.8
-1 7 .0
-1 9 .1
-2 0 .7

<
3)
6.1
-1 4 .0
-2.1
-1 .8
.2

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 0

107.4
91.5
91.3

107.0

102.5
84.5
92.9

-1 3 .5

-4 .2

(3)
90.3

(3)
-2 .4

(3)
2.9

136.0

138.4

136.3

-.9

-1 .5

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

145.0
150.8
144.4
135.7
144.5
164.1
155.4
158.0
147.4
175.0
170.6
152.2
149.1
145.3
153.2
151.6
137.9
132.4
136.3

160.8
167.9
156.5
136.5
145.4
171.7
163.1
160.9
172.0
182.7
176.5
169.7
172.6
167.7
168.4
167.2
165.5

151.8
158.2
146.7

-8 .8
-6 .3
-1 3 .0

- 5 .6
-5 .8
-6 .3

<
3)
(3)
170.4
159.3
160.2
157.2
183.4
177.2
159.0
158.4
154.1
159.1
157.5
148.3

<
3)
<
3)
-.1
-9 .3
-8 .9
-1 1 .1
7.5
7.9
-5 .6
-9 .2
-9 .0
-4 .3
-4 .0
-1 0 .9

<
3)
<
3)
- .8
-2 .3
- .4
-8 .6
.4
.4
-6 .3
-8 .2
-8 .1
-5 .5
-5 .8
-1 0 .4

<
3)
147.2

<
3)
143.1

(3)
-5 .6

<
3)
-2 .8

1 2 /8 0

108.2

117.0

112.2

-2 1 .9

-4.1

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

135.5
138.6
148.9
162.7
138.5
133.4
146.5

133.4
137.6
151.0
165.8
137.3
131.6
143.5

132.7
136.8
151.0
165.8
136.5
130.4
142.7

-1 .9
-1 .2
9.3
12.1
-1 .4
-6 .1
-8 .6

-.5
- .6
0
0
- .6
- .9
- .6

0 6 /8 1

132.4

130.9

129.8

-5 .5

-.8

3354-P
3354-1
3 3 5 4-11 5
3354-11511
3 35 4 -1 1 5 1 2

1 2/81
1 2/81
1 2/8 1
1 2/8 1
1 2/8 1
1 2/8 1

140.2
143.6
145.6
154.0
145.9
159.8

133.7
135.7
136.9
145.4
125.1
162.2

131.4
133.0
133.8
137.9
121.7
151.1

-8 .9
-1 0 .3
-1 0 .9
-1 6 .8
-2 0 .9
-1 3 .6

-1 .7
-2 .0
-2 .3
-5 .2
-2 .7
-6 .8

3 35 4 -1 2 5
3354-12501
3 3 5 4 -12 5 02
3 35 4 -1 2 5 0 3
3 35 4 -1 2 5 0 4
33 5 4 -1 2 5 0 5
3 35 4 -1 2 5 0 6
3 35 4 -1 2 5 1 2

12/8 1
12/8 1
1 2 /8 1
1 2 /8 1
1 2 /8 1
1 2 /8 1
1 2 /8 1
0 6 /8 7

140.0
147.7
138.5
133.9
144.9
126.9
154.7
131.5

129.5
145.0
136.2
118.6

127.3
143.1
134.9
117.0

-1 1 .8
-5 .5
-4 .1
-1 7 .3

-1 .7
-1 .3
-1 .0
-1 .3

(3)
123.2
143.9
126.9

(3)
122.3
139.3
125.6

(3)
-5 .2
-1 5 .4
-8 .4

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19892

1 2 /8 4

3 33 9

S eco n da ry n on fe rro u s m e t a l s ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C o p p e r ................................................................................................................................
C opper, u n a llo y e d .......................................................................................................
C opper, a llo y e d ............................................................................................................
B rass ingot, a llo yed ...............................................................................................
L e a d .....................................................................................................................................
Lead, u n a llo y e d ...........................................................................................................
A n tim on ia l le a d .............................................................................................................
Z i n c ......................................................................................................................................
Z in c base a llo y s ..........................................................................................................
P re ciou s m e t a ls ...............................................................................................................
G o l d .................................................................................................................................
S ilv e r ................................................................................................................................
O th e r non ferrou s m e t a l s ..............................................................................................
A lu m in u m ............................................................................................................................
In g o t fo r d ie c a s ti n g ..................................................................................................
O th e r a lu m in u m ...........................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S a le s o f n on ferrou s s c r a p .......................................................................................
C o n tra c t to ll w o r k .......................................................................................................

O ct.
1 98 9 2

78

f
t

-.7
-3 .2
-1 .0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a rrg e
to Nov. 1989 f r o m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

P ro du ct
c o de

Index
b ase
Ju ly
1 9892

A lu m in um e xtrud e d p ro d u cts— C o ntin u ed
O th e r e xtrud e d sh a p e s e xce p t tube, w ith a llo ys w ith in 2 00 0 and 700 0
s e r ie s .......................................................................................................................
O th e r e xtrud e d shapes, c ircle size s 1 to, n ot in clu din g 5 ......................
A lu m in um e xtrud e d p i p e ..........................................................................................
E xtrud e d p ipe w ith a llo ys o th e r tha n 2 00 0 a n d 7 00 0 se rie s ................
A lu m in um e xtrud e d a nd d ra w n t u b e ........................................................................
E xtrud e d tube, 6 00 0 se rie s ....................................................................................
D raw n tube, 6 00 0 s e r ie s ..........................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
A lu m in um ro lling a nd draw ing, n .e .c......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A lu m in um a nd alum in um -ba se a llo y w ire and ca b le ........................................
R ollin g , dra w in g and extrud in g o f n o n fe rro u s m etals, e x c e p t c o p p e r and
a lu m in u m ................................................................................................................................
P rim ary P ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N icke l and n ickel-b ase a llo y m ill s h a p e s ..............................................................
R od, bar, and o th e r nickel m ill shapes, e x c e p t w ir e .....................................
T ita nium m ill s h a p e s .....................................................................................................
F orging and e xtrusion b ille t ....................................................................................
P late, s h ee t and s t r ip ................................................................................................
O th e r titanium m ill shapes, e xcep t w ire ............................................................
P recious m etal mill s h a p e s .........................................................................................
G old m ill s h a p e s .........................................................................................................
S h e e t and p la t e .......................................................................................................
S ilve r m ill s h a p e s ........................................................................................................
O th e r silve r m ill shapes, e xcep t w ire .............................................................
O the r non ferrou s m etal mill s h a p e s ........................................................................
Lead m ill s h a p e s .........................................................................................................
O th e r lead mill shapes, e xcep t p ow d e r and w i r e ......................................
Z ircon iu m m ill shapes, e xc e p t w i r e .....................................................................
O th e r non ferrou s m etal w i r e ..................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
N o nfe rro u s w ire draw ing and in s u la tin g .............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A lum inum and a lum inum -base a lloy bare w ire and c a b le ..............................
A lum inum and a lum inum -base a llo y bare w ire and c a b le ...........................
C o pp e r & co pp er-b ase alloy w ire & ca ble fo r e lectrical transm ission,
incl. bare & t in n e d ..................................................................................................
B are w ire fo r e le c tric a l tra n s m is s io n ...................................................................
B are stra nd and c a ble fo r e lectrical tra n s m is s io n ..........................................
O th e r b are non ferrou s m etal w ir e ............................................................................
F ib e r o p tic c a b le ..............................................................................................................
F iber o p tic c a b le .........................................................................................................
E le ctron ic w ire and c a b le ............................................................................................
C oaxial cable, a rm ored o r u n a r m o r e d ................................................................
R igid and s e m irig id .................................................................................................
Flexible .......................................................................................................................
H o ok-up w ire, shielded and n on shielded ..........................................................
Less tha n 135 C tem pe ra ture rating ...............................................................
M u ltic o n d u c to r e le c tro n ic w ire and cable, sh ielde d and n on shielde d ....
F la t and ribbon c a b le .............................................................................................
M u ltico nd u cto r cable, excluding fla t and ribbon .........................................
O th e r e le c tro n ic w ire and c a b le ............................................................................
T e le ph on e and teleg ra ph w ire and c a b le .............................................................
Inside w iring c a b le ......................................................................................................
E xchange area and toll tele p h o n e c a b le ...........................................................
T h erm o pla stic insulated, polye thylen e c o v e r e d ..........................................
O th e r tele p h o n e and teleg ra ph w ire and c a b le ..............................................
C o ntrol and signal w ire and c a b le ...........................................................................
S ignal w ire and c a b le ................................................................................................
C o ntrol w ire and cable, exclud in g e le v a to r c a b le ..........................................
B uilding w ire and c a ble w ith u nd erw rite rs’ la b e ls ..............................................
T h e rm o s e t in sulated (R, RH, RHH , RHW , etc.) .............................................
T h erm o pla stic in s u la te d ...........................................................................................
Flam e re tarda nt nylon (TH HN , T H W N ) ..........................................................
M o istu re and h ea t re sista nt (T H W )..................................................................
N o nm eta llic b ranch circuit u nd erground f e e d e r ..............................................
O th e r building w ire and c a b le ................................................................................
A pp a ratu s w ire and c o r d a g e .......................................................................................
F lexible c o rd a g e ..........................................................................................................
T h erm o pla stic in s u la te d ........................................................................................
P ow er supply c o rd .................................................................................................
A pp lia n ce fixture w ir e ................................................................................................
M a g ne t w ire ......................................................................................................................

3 3 5 4-12 8
3354-12801
3 35 4 -1 3 9
3354-13911
335 4-2
3354-251
3 35 4-25 3
3 35 4-S M
3 35 4-S
335 5
3355-P
3355-1

3 35 6
3 356-P
3356-1
3 35 6-169
3 356-2
3 356-274
3 356-275
3 356-278
3356-3
3356-38 2
3356-38201
3356-384
3 35 6-38413
3356-9
3356-95 4
3 35 6-95 4 12
3356-961
3 35 6-992
3356-S M
3356-S
3357
3357-P
3 35 7-A
3 3 5 7 -A 1 1
3357-B
3357-B51
3357-B71
3357-C
3357-E
3 3 5 7 -E 1 1
3357-1
3357-11 5
3357-11501
3357-11 5 02
3 357-123
335 7-12 3 02
3 357-125
3357-12501
3 357-12 5 02
3 357-198
3357-2
3 357-24 6
3 35 7-282
3 35 7-28 2 02
3 357-298
3357-3
3357-311
3 35 7-312
3357-4
3 35 7-439
3357-441
3357-44101
3357-44 1 03
3 35 7-448
3 35 7-458
3 357-6
335 7-61 2
335 7-61 2 02
3357-61 2 04
3357-61 6
3357-7

See footnotes at end of table.




79

O ct.
198 9 2

Nov.
1 9892

1 2/8 1
1 2 /8 1
0 6 /8 7
1 2/8 1
1 2/8 1
1 2/8 1
1 2/8 1

126.6
126.2
135.5
142.0
134.6
130.9
136.9

123.8
125.0
127.9
131.3
130.2
125.7
135.8

122.4
124.8
127.7
131.3
129.1
124.3
135.8

Nov. 1988

-7 .6
-2 .9
-6 .2
-6 .3
-7 .2
-8 .7
-1 .9

O c t. 1989

-1 . 1
-. 2
- .2
0
- -.8
- 1.1
0

1 2 /8 1

120.9

123.0

123.0

3.3

0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

135.1
132.8
110.2

129.3
127.6
100.9

126.3
126.3
98.5

-6 .2
-5.1
-1 2 .0

-2 .3
-1 .0
-2 .4

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 2 /8 5
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2

134.4
134.0
178.1
184.7
99.8
104.8
137.7
144.7
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
124.6
117.9
92.6
94.5
142.6

131.2
130.8
172.7
174.3
102.6
106.0
137.7
147.8
119.8
122.9
74.5
108.7
108.6
120.7
113.7
89.3
94.6
140.6

133.2
132.9
167.0
171.7
102.8
106.0
137.7
148.5
126.5
131.3
79.6
112.5
112.4
122.8
111.9
87.9
94.8

.6
.2
-2 .3
-2 .7
21.9
22.7
18.1
26.4
-9.1
-7 .3
-7 .7
(3)
(3)
10.8
7.5
7.6
-6 .9

1.5
1.6
-3 .3
-1 .5
.2
0
0
.5
5.6
6.8
6.8
3.5
3.5
1.7
-1 .6
-1 .6
.2

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 2

138.1

134.7

135.8

4 .f 3

.8

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

148.6
150.9

156.1
159.0

153.6
156.2

5 .6
5 ,5

-1 .6
-1 .8

1 2 /8 8

113.1

97.8

94.2

( J)

-3 .7

1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

85.2
96.7

91.4
90.9

89.8
89.2

(3)
(3)

-1 .8
-1 .9

1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 0 /8 6
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

99.7
137.8
147.8
103.1
101.6
125.3
108.5
143.0
105.5
104.9
129.4
169.0
180.4
115.6
161.2
209.9
130.1
140.2
123.6
143.5
74.3
71.5
145.0
132.1
134.6
140.5
123.0
100.7
100.7
100.4
99.0
138.8

99.6
137.3
149.7
105.2
101.6
113.6
106.7
145.1
105.5
106.6
125.7
164.1
184.7
111.2
155.1
209.8
130.4
141.4
123.6
186.9
88.4
95.2
190.0
181.6
182.7
158.0
135.9
101.3
104.6
101.4
109.7
155.7

:99.9
1 38 .0
1 49 .7
10*5.2
1 01 .6
1 17.3
1 08 .0
14*5.1
105.5
1 06 .7
125..7
164.3
1 88.8
110.7
154.3
216.1
130.9
143.6
123.6
179.1
80.1
91.2
181.5
174.9
178.7
158.2
134.4
100.5
102.8
100.6
106.0
147.3

(3)
5.9
5.4

.3
.5
0
0
0
3.3
1.2
0
0
.1
0
.1
2.2
-.4
-.5
3.0
.4
1.6
0
-4 .2
-9 .4
-4 .2
-4 .5
-3 .7
-2 .2
.1
-1.1
-.8
-1 .7
-.8
-3 .4
-5 .4

(3)
(3)
-.1
(3)
9.1
(3)
(3)
.2
16.0
(3)
(3)
(3)
6.0
9.4
(3)
7.4
4.3
(3)
(3)
2.0
12.0
(3)
-7.1
6.8
(3)
-1 .7
(3)
(3)
-4.1

Table £ . Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
'»
U n ad ju sted
p e rc e n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
b ase
Ju ly
19892

N o n fo rro u s ; w ire dra w in g a n d in sulatin g — C o n tin u e d
F ilim co a te d , 4 4 to 7 A W G a nd larcjer, c la ss 1 5 5 ..........................................
F ilm co a te d , 4 4 to 7 A W G am d la rg e r, cla ss 1 8 0 .........................................
Fill 7i co a te d , 4 4 to 7 A W G and la rg e r, cla s s 2 00 ..........................................
13o w o r w ire and c a b le ....................................................................................................
P la s tic a nd ru b b e r in sulate d, u n d e r 601 v o l t s .................................................
P o rta b le c o rd a nd c a b le .......................................................................................
U n d e rg ro u n d d istrib u tio n c a b le ...........................................................................
T h e rm o p la s tic a n d th e rm o s e t in s u la te d c a b le ............................................
l ° la s tic and ru b be r insulated, 601 v o lts and h ig h e r ........................................
T h e rm o p la s tic and th e rm o s e t in s u la te d c a b le ............................................
C tth e r p o w e r w ire and c a b le ....................................................................................
O th e r in sulate d w ire and c a b le ..................................................................................
A i Jtomotive insulated w ire and c a b l e ..................................................................
Air Ira m e , sh ipb o ard, and ground s u p p o rt cable, e x c e p t co axia l and
ig n itio n .....................................................................................................................
O th 'e r in sulate d o r co v e re d w ire a n d c a b le .......................................................
S eco n d, ary p ro du cts and m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n d ary p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................................

O ct.
19892

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

3 3 5 7-70 4
3 3 5 7-70 5
3 35 7 -7 0 6
335 7-8
3 3 5 7-80 8
3357-80801
3 3 5 7 -8 0 8 0 2
3 35 7-80803
3357-831
3357-83 1 03
3357-89 8
3357-9
3357-901

1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 0 /8 6
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

8 9.2
130.1
146.2
131.0
94.0
9 4.8
9 0.5
119.4
95.3
93.9
149.4
136.7
142.7

9 7.5
147.2
164.4
136.8
98.7
98.7
9 1.6
129.1
98.7
100.5
157.6
148.1
152.5

93.7
140.4
155.3
134.3
96.5
95.6
93.1
124.4
96.9
97.2
157.5
141.9
148.2

(3)
-6 .5
-3 .1
1.4
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
3.0
-3 .4
-8 .5

-3 .9
-4 .6
-5 .5
-1 .8
-2 .2
-3.1
1.6
-3 .6
-1 .8
-3 .3
-.1
-4 .2
-2 .8

3 357-903
3 35 7-998
3 357-S M
3357-S

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

130.5
113.0

(3)
125.4

130.5
119.0

(3)
.7

(3)
-5.1

1 2 /8 2

169.2

165.1

168.3

12.0

1.9

N o nfe rro u s fc sundries (c a s tin g s ).............................................................................................

3 36

1 2 /8 4

120.0

120.2

120.1

3.7

-.1

A lum inum fo u i n d r ie s ....................................................................................................................
Prim ary pr- o d u c t s ..................................................................................................................
A lu m in ur n and a lum inum -base a llo y die c a s tin g s ..............................................
M o to r > /e h ic le die c a s tin g s ........................................................................................
D ie c a stin g s fo r p a sse n g e r c a rs .......................................................................
D ie c i a stings fo r o th e r m o to r v e h ic l e s ............................................................
A lum inu m and a lum inum -base a 'lloy d ie ca stings, o t h e r .............................
Die ca stin g s fo r buildin g and c o n s tru c tio n u s e s .........................................
D ie cat stin gs fo r in du stria l m a c h in e ry u s e s ...................................................
D ie cas *»tings fo r e lec tric a l use s .........................................................................
O th e r d ie ca stings, n .e .c........................................................................................
A lu m in um at nd a lum in um -ba se a llo y sand c a s tin g s ...........................................
M o to r ve hi c le sand c a sting s ...................................................................................
A lu m in um i *nd a lum inum -base a llo y sand ca stings, o t h e r ..........................
O th e r sa r id castings, n .e .c.....................................................................................
A lu m in um a n a ' a lum inum -base a 'lloy p e rm an e nt and s e m i-p e rm a ne n t
m o ld ca s ti n g s .............................................................................................................
M o to r v e h ic k 3 p erm a n e n t and s e m i-p e rm a ne n t m old ca s tin g s ................
A lu m in um an< d aluminum-base.* a llo y p e rm a n e n t a nd s e m i-p e rm a n e n t
m o ld ca si tings, o t h e r ...........................................................................................
O th e r perm< anent and se m i-p e rm a n e n t m o ld ca sting s, n .e .c ..................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u c ts a nd m isce lla n eo us r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d i i c t s ........................................................................................................

3361
3 36 1 -P
3361-1
3361-111
3361-11111
3361-11 1 12
3 3 6 1-11 5
3 36 1-11511
3 36 1-11 5 12
336 1-11 5 13
336 1-11 5 14
3 361-2
3361-211
3 36 1-215
336 1-21 5 14

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

126.4
125.8
129.9
128.3
128.6
125.1
131.7
140.3
128.0
129.7
122.0
127.5
123.4
136.3
126.8

126.2
125.2
128.5
127.4
128.1
121.3
1 29.9
138.8
127.8
125.0
118.8
126.5
122.9
134.7
126.6

125.9
124.8
128.4
127.4
128.1
120.8
129.5
138.6
127.7
124.5
117.9
126.0
121.8
134.7
126.6

2.2
1.5
.2
-1 .4
-1 .2
-3 .4
2.2
4.3
4.7
-3 .8
-1 .0
5.4
10.0
1.7
5.5

-.2
-.3
-.1
0
0
-.4
-.3
-.1
-.1
-.4
-.8
-.4
-.9
0
0

3361-3
3 361-311

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

121.3
119.7

122.1
(3)

121.3
119.1

2.5
-.3

(3)

3 3 6 1-31 5
3 3 6 1 -3 1 5 1 4
3 36 1 -SM
3 36 1 -S

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

123.1
125.1

125.0
128.6

123.9
125.5

5.9
1.1

-.9
-2 .4

0 6 /8 3

129.8

132.4

132.4

6.2

0

Brass, b ronze and cop* ^er fou n d rie s ...................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................................................
C o pp e r and copp< er-base a llo y sand c a s tin g s .....................................................
C o pp e r and c o p p er-base al loy sand c a s tin g s .................................................
O th e r c o p p e r and copper-basse a lloy c a s tin g s ....................................................
O th e r c o p p e r an d copper-b»ase a llo y castings, n .e .c......................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m isce lla n eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry products s ........................................................................................................

3 362

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

126.8
125.3
123.8
123.8
135.5
133.9

128.6
127.3
125.2
125.2
139.9
138.2

128.1
126.9
125.1
125.1
138.2
136.6

5.2
5.8
4.5
4.5
10.0
10.1

-.4
-.3
-.1
-.1
-1 .2
-1 .2

0 6 /8 3

133.6

134.1

133.6

2.5

-.4

N o nfe rro u s fou ndries, n.e. c ........ ...............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ....................................................................................................................
Z in c a nd zin c-b ase ; allo y c a s tin g s ............................................................................
Z in c and zinc-bas< 3 a llo y d ie c a s tin g s .................................................................
M o to r ve hicle di< s c a s tin g s ..................................................................................
O th e r die castinc ]s, n .e .c ........................................................................................
O th e r non ferrou s cas {tings, exclud in g a lum inum and c o p p e r ........................
O th e r n o n fe rro u s c a s tin g s and ca s t p ro du cts, n .e .c.......................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts an* d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ..........................................................................................................

3369

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

133.7
132.8
138.6
135.3
120.4
146.0
120.8
110.9

133.8
133.1
138.2
135.0
120.7
145.2
124.2
110.8

134.6
134.1
138.7
135.5

7.4
7.8
9.6
9.5

.6
.8
.4
.4

(3)
146.1
127.2
110.8

(3)
11.4
1.9
-1.1

(3)
.6
2.4
0

0 6 /8 3

133.6

132.2

132.2

6.6

0

3362-P
3362-1
3362-111
3 362-2
3362-21 4
3362-S M
3362-S

3369-P
3369-1
3369-151
3369-15111
336 9-15 1 12
3 36 9-3
3 369-391
3369-SM
3369-S

-.7

M iscellan eo u s p rim ary m e ta iI p r o d u c ts ................................................................................

3 39

0 6 /8 5

116.1

115.3

115.8

1.8

.4

M e tal h ea t tr e a tin g ........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................................................
M e tal h ea t tre atin g s e r vice s-S ou th C e ntral ..........................................................

3 398

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

105.5
105.4
105.5
108.9
103.8
100.8
100.8
101.3
102.0
106.0
109.9
102.6

105.6
106.0
107.3
112.9
103.8
100.8
100.8
101.3
102.0
106.0
109.9
102.6

105.6
106.0
107.3
112.9
103.8
100.8
100.8
101.3
102.0
106.0
109.9
102.6

2.0
1.7
3.3
6.0
1.0
.8
.4
1.3
.8
1.7
1.8
2.4

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Harden and tem pe r.....................................................................
Case hardening..........................................................................
Other metal heat tree iting se rvices................................................
Metal heat treating sen. nces-Michigan..............................................
H a rden and t e m p e r ......................................................................................................
C a se h a r d e n in g ..............................................................................................................
M e tal h ea t tre atin g servi ice s-N o rth C e n tr a l...........................................................
H arden and t e m p e r ......................................................................................................
C ase h a r d e n in g ..............................................................................................................

3398-P
3398-3
3398-331
3398-33 2
3 398-333
3398-4
3398-441
3398-44 2
3 398-6
3398-661
3398-66 2

See footnotes at end of table.




80

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
1 9892

M e tal h ea t tre a tin g — C ontin u ed
O th e r m e tal h e a t tre a tin g s e rv ic e s ......................................................................
M etal h ea t tre atin g services-P acific C o ast ...........................................................
Harden and t e m p e r ...................................................................................................
O the r m etal h ea t tre atin g s e rv ic e s ......................................................................
M etal h ea t tre atin g s e rv ic e s -S o u th w e s t.................................................................
C ase h a r d e n in g ...........................................................................................................
O th e r m etal heat treating s e rv ic e s ......................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
P rim ary m etal products, n .e.c..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M etal pow ders, paste, and f la k e s ............................................................................
A lum inum and alum inum base a llo y ....................................................................
C o pp e r and copp er-b ase a llo y ..............................................................................
Iron and s t e e l..............................................................................................................
O th e r non ferrou s p o w d e rs ......................................................................................
O th e r n on ferrou s p aste and flakes, n .e .c ..........................................................
O th e r prim ary m etal p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................
O th e r prim ary m etal products, n .e .c.....................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3 398-663
3398-7
3398-771
3 398-773
3398-8
3398-882
3398-883
3 398-SM
3 399
3399-P
3399-1
3399-111
3399-133
3 399-155
3 399-166
3 399-198
3399-2
3 399-298
3399-S M
3399-S

Oct.
19892

Nov.
19892

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

103.2
108.3
114.5
106.9
104.2
105.8
110.6

103.2
108.3
114.5
106.9
106.3

103.2
108.3
114.5
106.9
106.2

0.6
2.1
1.1
4.5
2.3

0
0
0
0
-.1

(3)
117.9

(3)
117.3

(3)
8.0

(3)
- .5

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

130.2
128.2
131.6
158.4
128.5
115.2
129.0
102.9
110.7
110.6

127.8
125.9
128.8
157.2
133.8
115.3
122.8
102.9
110.6
110.6

128.9
126.8
129.7
157.2
129.2
115.3
125.4
102.9
111,8
111.9

1.8
1.8
1.8
.6
-1 .8
1.2
3.5
.9
2.3
2.7

.9
.7
.7
0
-3 .4
0
2.1
0
1.1
1.2

0 6 /8 5

147.9

145.5

147.6

1.4

1.4

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

F a bricate d m etal p roducts, e xcep t m achinery and tra nsp o rtatio n
e q u ip m e n t.............................................................................................................................

34

1 2 /8 4

112.8

113.8

113.7

3.7

-.1

M etal c a ns and shipping c o n ta in e rs ....................................................................................

341

1 2 /8 4

104.6

106.9

105.1

2.5

-1 .7

M e tal c a n s ....................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S teel c a n s .........................................................................................................................
S teel cans, f o o d ..........................................................................................................
Fruit and fru it juice can ........................................................................................
V eg etable and ve ge tab le ju ice can .................................................................
Can, o th e r fo o d s (including s o u p s ) ..................................................................
S teel cans, general packaging (including p et f o o d ) ......................................
Paint and varnish c a n ...........................................................................................
A eroso l c a n ..............................................................................................................
Can, o th e r n o n -fo o d ..............................................................................................
A lum inum c a n s ................................................................................................................
A lum inum cans, beverage ......................................................................................
S o ft d rink can ..........................................................................................................
B eer c a n ....................................................................................................................
M etal can c o m p on en ts (steel and a lu m in u m ).....................................................
M e tal can co m p on en ts (steel and a lu m in u m )..................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3411

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 6
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1

114.7
113.8
118.0
123.7
134.8
112.9
135.1
119.2
127.2

117.5
116.4
118.0
123.7
134.8
112.9
135.1
119.2
127.2

115.3
114.1
117.8
123.7
134.8
112.9
135.1
118.4
126.2

2.7
1.5
3.0
3.0
3.8
2.2
2.3
2.8
1.4

-1 .9
-2 .0
- .2
0
0
0
0
-.7
- .8

(3)
129.0
109.0
109.0
113.0
105.0
105.5
105.5

(3)
129.0
114.8
114.8

(3)
129.1
110.0
109.9

(3)
4.7
.9
.8

(3)
.1
-4 .2
-4 .3

(3)
106.1
106.3
106.3

<
3)
106.3
105.4
105.4

(3)
.4
-7 .7
-7 .7

(3)
.2
-.8
-.8

0 6 /8 1

136.0

141.1

141.1

19.8

0

M e tal barrels, drum s, and p a ils .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S te e l p a ils ..........................................................................................................................
1 1 1 / 4 in. dia.: full re m o vab le h e a d ....................................................................
A ll o th e r d ia m e te r s ....................................................................................................
S te e l shipping b arrels and d r u m s ............................................................................
A ll exc. 14-in. dia.: 18 gage & heavier: 50 gal. & over: tig h t h e a d .........
All exc. 14-in. dia.: 18 g ag e & heavier: 50 gal. & over: o p e n hea d .......
A ll exc. 14-in. dia.: 19 & 2 0 gage (incl. 2 0 /1 8 ): 50 gal. & over:
tig h t h e a d ...............................................................................................................
A ll exc. 14-in. dia.: 19 & 20 gag e (incl. 2 0 /1 8 ): 50 gal. & over:
o pe n h e a d .............................................................................................................
A ll e xce p t 14-in. dia.: lig h te r tha n 2 0 g a g e ......................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3412
3 41 2-P
3412-1
3412-121
3 412-129
3412-2
3 4 1 2-22 5
341 2-22 7

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 9 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

114.9
115.8
126.4
138.7
123.2
113.1
113.3
105.4

115.1
116.1
126.4
138.7
123.2
113.6
113.3
105.4

115.1
116.1
126.4
138.7

.5
.3
.3
1.9

0
0
0
0

(3)
113.6
113.3
105.4

(3)
.4
1.8
.3

3 41 2-22 9

0 6 /8 3

115.8

117.2

117.2

2.4

0

3412-231
3 412-237
3412-SM
3412-S

0 6 /8 3
0 8 /8 3

106.8
111.8

106.9

1.9
-1 2 .9

0

(3)

106.9
111.8

0 6 /8 3

105.7

105.5

105.5

3.4

C utlery, hand too ls, and general hardw are ......................................................................

3 42

1 2 /8 4

111.9

113.3

113.7

5.1

.4

3421
342 1 -P
3421-1
3421-121
3421-141

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

117.6
119.4
117.1
123.5
131.4

117.7
119.5
117.3
124.1
131.4

118.4
120.1
118.5
128.7
131.4

6.6
6.9
8.0
13.7
9.8

.6
.5
1.0
3.7
0

3421-153

1 2 /8 3

124.5

125.3

125.3

3.7

0

3 421-157
342 1 -1 5 9
342 1-S M
3 4 2 1 -S

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

110.1
116.8

110.1
116.9

115.6
116.9

6.9
6.0

5.0
0

1 2 /8 3

118.7

118.7

120.4

10.0

1.4

0 6 /8 3

123.5

124.5

124.5

4.4

0

3 4 1 1-P
3411-1
3411-1B
3 41 1-117
3411-119
3411-131
3411-1C
3 41 1-137
3411-13 9
3411-141
3411-2
3 411-2A
3411-211
3411-213
3411-3
3411-311
3411-SM
3 4 1 1-S

P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C utlery, scissors, shears, trim m ers, and s n ip s .....'..............................................
K itche n cutlery, incl. knives, fo rks, a nd cle a ve rs ...........................................
P o cke t kn ives & o th e r fo ld in g blad e k n iv e s .....................................................
S cisso rs & shears, incl. hshld types, excl. barber, pinking &
tail, shears, e tc .............................................................................................
M etal-cuttin g shears, incl. a viation & tin n e rs ’ snips, bx, & w ire
fil. c u tt e r s ..............................................................................................................
A ll o th e r scisso rs & shears, incl. hedge & g rass shears & p r u n e r s .......
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
H and a nd edg e to o ls, n .e .c......................................................................................................

3 423

See footnotes at end of table.




81

(3)
0
0
0

(3)
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rc e n t ch an ge
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Ju ly
19892

H a nd and e dg e to o ls, n.e .c.— C o ntin u ed
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M e c h a n ic s ’ hand se rvice t o o ls ..................................................................................
P lie r s ................................................................................................................................
S lip jo in t p lie r s .........................................................................................................
S olid jo in t p lie r s ......................................................................................................
W r e n c h e s .......................................................................................................................
S o c k e ts fo r h a n d -op e ra te d w r e n c h e s ............................................................
C o m b in a tio n o pe n -e n d and box w r e n c h e s ...................................................
T o rq u e w r e n c h e s ....................................................................................................
A d ju sta b le w ren che s, inclu din g p ipe w r e n c h e s ...........................................
A ll o th e r w r e n c h e s .................................................................................................
S c re w d r iv e rs .................................................................................................................
A u to m o tiv e ja cks, m ech an ica l, e xclud in g hydrau lic a nd p n e u m a tic .......
T o o ls fo r a u to m o tive use, exclud in g ja c k s .......................................................
A ll o th e r m e ch a n ic s ’ hand service t o o l s ...........................................................
E dg e to o ls, han d o p e ra te d .........................................................................................
A xes, adzes, and h a t c h e t s .....................................................................................
C h is e ls ............................................................................................................................
P ro fe ssio na l a nd c ra fts m e n ’s e dg e hand t o o l s ..............................................
A ll o th e r e dg e t o o ls ...................................................................................................
Files, rasps, a nd file a cce sso rie s a nd o th e r hand t o o l s .................................
S h o ve ls,spa de s, sco op s, te leg ra ph sp oo ns, and s c ra p e rs ........................
H e avy fo rg e d h am m ers, sle d g e s (4 p ou n d s and over), picks, p ick
m a tto cks, and m a u ls .........................................................................................
S te e l goo ds, in clu din g forks, hoes, rakes, w e ed e rs, e tc ..............................
O th e r hand too ls, e x c e p t edg e t o o l s ..................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

Nov.
19892

(3)
3.6
8.1
5.3
6.1

N ov. 1988

123.9
124.3
114.9
116.1
114.6
125.9
126.4
126.7
132.0
123.3
123.3
125.0
124.4
126.1
122.6
117.0
122.1
128.2

125.1
125.5
114.9
116.1
114.6
127.1
128.3
128.6
132.0
123.3
126.1
127.2
123.9
126.6
124.1
118.6
123.4
140.8

(3)
118.9
127.2
138.0

(3)
121.5
128.0
141.8

125.1
125.5
114.9
116.1
114.6
127.2
128.3
128.4
132.0
123.3
127.4
127.2
123.9
126.6
124.1
118.6
123.4
140.8
123.5
121.5
128.0
141.8

3423-331
3 423-341
3 42 3-39 8
342 3-S M
3423-M
3 42 3-Z 89
342 3-S

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

131.2
139.2
123.0

133.1
140.8
123.5

133.1
140.8
123.5

(3)
3.2
6.3

0
0
0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

117.7
117.7
126.7

117.7
117.7
127.1

117.7
117.7
127.1

-6.1
-6.1
5.8

0
0
0

3425-P
3425-1
3425-2
3 425-212
3425-21211
3 42 5-21213
3425-3
3425-331
3 4 2 5-33 6

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 7 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

117.5
118.8
125.8
107.8
104.9
108.9
93.8
126.9
98.2
130.7

117.5
118.9
125.8
108.2
105.6
110.1
93.8
126.9
98.2
130.7

117.4
118.9
125.5
108.2
105.6
110.1
93.8
126.9
98.2
130.7

1.8
2.2
5.2
2.2
1.7
2.0
1.1
1.2
(3)
1.2

-.1
0
-.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3 42 5-4

0 6 /8 3

122.6

122.6

122.6

(3)

0

3425-411
3425-S M
3425-M
3 425-S

H a rd w a re, n .e .c.............................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Fu rn iture h ardw are, e xclud in g ca b in e t h a r d w a r e ...............................................
D raw e r p ulls a nd h a n d le s ........................................................................................
F u rn iture c a s te r s .........................................................................................................
O th e r fu rn itu re h a r d w a re ..........................................................................................
B u ild e rs’ h a rd w a re ..........................................................................................................
D o o rlo cks, lo ckse ts, a nd lo cktrim , e x c e p t a rch ite ctu ra l trim sold
s e p a r a te ly .............................................................................................................
C ylind rica l, e xce p t d e a d lo cks a nd la tc h e s ....................................................
Tu bu la r, e xce p t d e a d lo c k s a nd la t c h e s .........................................................
T u b u la r a nd m o rtise d e a d lo cks and la t c h e s ...............................................
A ll o th e r typ e s .........................................................................................................
K ey b la n k s ....................................................................................................................
S cre en a nd storm d o o r h ardw are, including hydrau lic a nd p n e um atic
c lo s e r s ....................................................................................................................
W in d o w hardw are, in clu din g w in d o w lo c k s ......................................................
D o or co ntro ls, clo sers, and ch eckin g d e v ic e s ................................................
S urfa ce a p p lie d ........................................................................................................
H inges, exclud in g ca b in e t hinges, including spring h in g e s ........................
B u tt hinges: 3 1 /2 inch x 3 1 /2 inch, and u nd er ......................................
O th e r h in g e s ............................................................................................................
C a b in e t h a r d w a re ........................................................................................................
C a b in e t h in g e s .........................................................................................................
C a b in e t knobs, pulls, c a tc h e s ............................................................................
O th e r c a b in e t h ardw are, in clu din g d ra w e r s lid e s .......................................
H a ng e rs, tra cks, a nd re la ted it e m s .....................................................................
O th e r b u ild e rs’ h a r d w a r e .........................................................................................
M o to r ve h icle h a r d w a re ................................................................................................
O th e r m o to r ve h icle h a r d w a r e ..............................................................................

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

0 6 /8 3

122.6

122.6

122.6

(3)

0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

117.5
108.6

117.5
108.4

117.5
107.9

(3)
.6

0
-.5

3429-P
342 9-2
3 42 9-21 4
342 9-25 3
3 42 9-29 8
342 9-4

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

106.5
105.2
110.8
110.8
103.3
118.1
112.5

108.4
107.2
110.8
110.8
103.3
118.2
112.8

109.0
107.9
116.1
120.3
103.3
118.2
114.0

5.4
5.5
7.0
15.2
0
5.9
4.3

.6
.7
4.8
8.6
0
0
1.1

3429-421
3429-42111
3 42 9-42 1 12
3 42 9-42 1 14
3 42 9 -4 2 1 1 6
3 4 2 9-42 4

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

114.0
121.4
109.9
111.5
101.9
119.0

114.3
123.2

4.5
4.1
6.3
3.2
1.5
6.6

1.7
0

(3)
110.8
102.6
119.0

116.2
123.2
113.4
111.7
103.9
119.4

3 42 9-43 3
342 9-436
342 9-442
3429-44211
3 42 9-45 2
3 429-45211
3 42 9-45 2 13
3429-461
3429-46111
3 4 2 9-46 1 13
3 42 9-46 1 14
3429-471
342 9-49 8
342 9-6
3 42 9-698

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

107.3
115.2
112.3
111.8
104.5
104.6
113.6
126.8
131.2
117.5
120.7
110.7
113.3
98.9
98.1

107.3

107.3

4.7

(3)
113.2
113.1
105.2
106.2
114.3
127.3
131.2
117.5
121.4
110.7
113.3
102.5
97.7

(3)
113.2
113.1
107.5
114.9
115.8
129.8
137.4
117.5
121.4
110.7
113.3
102.5
97.6

(3)
2.4
2.8
3.2
13.6
5.2
11.3
2 4.0
6.0
5.6
2.2
2.1
5.7
3.5

3425

342 9

See footnotes at end of table.

82

5.7
6.1
4.9
1.6
6.2
5.1
5.2
6.0
3.9
4.9
7.5
5.0
8.3
8.3
6.1
5.1
9.6

O ct. 1989

3423-P
3423-1
3423-111
3 4 2 3 -11 1 12
3 42 3-11 1 13
342 3-11 3
3423-11321
3 42 3 -1 1 3 2 4
3 42 3-11 3 25
3 4 2 3 -11 3 26
3 4 2 3 -11 3 27
3 42 3-11 4
3 42 3-11 5
3 4 2 3-11 6
3 42 3-11 7
342 3-2
3423-231
3 42 3-28 3
3 4 2 3-28 5
3 42 3-29 8
342 3-3
3423-311

H and saw s and sa w b la d e s ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H a nd sa w s and h an dsa w b la d e s ...............................................................................
W o o dw o rking p ow e r sa w b la d e s ..............................................................................
C ircular saw b la d e s ...................................................................................................
S olid t o o t h .................................................................................................................
Inserted to o th ..........................................................................................................
M e talw orking p ow e r saw b la d e s ..............................................................................
C ircular saw blades, including se pa ra te in serted t e e t h ...............................
B a n d saw b la d e s ..........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r p o w e r sa w blades, inclu din g co n cre te , m asonry, a nd abrasive
sa w b la d e s ................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r p o w e r s a w b lades, in clu din g co n crete , m asonry, and
a brasive saw b la d e s ..........................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................




O ct.
198 9 2

0
0
0
0
.0
.1
0
-.2
0
0
1.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(3)
0
0
0

(3)
.8
1.3
.3
0
(3)
0
0
2.2
8.2
1.3
2.0
4.7
0
0
0
0
0
-.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
July
19892

H ardw are, n.e.c.— C o ntin u ed
O th e r tra n sp o rta tio n e q u ip m e n t h ardw are, e xce p t m o to r ve h icle
h a r d w a re ...................................................................................................................
M arin e h a r d w a r e .......................................................................................................
A irc ra ft h a rd w a re .......................................................................................................
O th e r h ardw are, n .e .c....................................................................................................
C a sters a nd w h ee ls, fo r d o llie s a nd indu stria l h a n d tru c k s ........................
T ru n k and lu ggage h ardw are, including l o c k s ...............................................
O th e r h a r d w a re ..........................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................
H e atin g e qu ip m e nt, e xc e p t e le ctric and w arm air; a nd plum bing
fix t u r e s ...................................................................................................................................
M e ta l sa nita ry w a re ................ .................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
D rinking fo u n ta in s ..........................................................................................................
S inks and s in k /la u n d ry tra y c o m b in a tio n s ...........................................................
K itchen sinks (cast iron, steel, and stainle ss s t e e l) .....................................
B ath tu b s ...........................................................................................................................
C a st iron b a th tu b s ....................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s m etal sa nitary w a r e .........................................................................
Urinals, including ca s t iron ....................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ..................................................

3431

P lum bing fixture fittin g s and brass g o o d s ........................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Plum bing fixture fitting s and brass g o o d s ............................................................
B ath and sh ow e r fit t in g s .........................................................................................
B ath tu b and sh ow e r com bination, o th e r tha n single co ntro l ...............
O th e r b ath a nd sh o w e r f it t in g s ........................................................................
L avatory f ittin g s ..........................................................................................................
S ingle co ntro l, 4 inch c e n te r s e t......................................................................
R esidential, 4 inch c e nte rse t, o th e r than single c o n t r o l........................
S in k f it t in g s ..................................................................................................................
S in gle co n tro l d e ck-typ e fa u c e t w ith s p r a y ..................................................
S in gle co n tro l d e ck-typ e fa u ce t w ith o u t s p r a y ...........................................
R e sid en tia l d eck-typ e fau ce ts, o th e r th a n sin gle c o n t r o l.......................
O th e r sin k f it t in g s ..................................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s bra ss g o o d s ...................................................................................
D rains a nd o v e r flo w s ...........................................................................................
S ingle, o r sin gle basin f a u c e t s ........................................................................
Tra p s ..........................................................................................................................
C om pression stops, including tho se w ith d r a in s .......................................
Law n h ose nozzles and law n sprinklers ......................................................
W a te r c lo s e t ta n k flu shin g c o n t r o ls ...............................................................
O the r m iscellaneous ite m s .................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ..................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................

3 432

N o ne le ctric heating e q u ip m e n t............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
C a st iron heating b o ile r s ............................................................................................
O il-fired cast iron heating b o ile r s ........................................................................
G as-fired ca st iron heating b o ile r s .....................................................................
D o m estic heating s t o v e s ............................................................................................
W ood and coal d om estic heating stoves, e xcep t sh e e t m etal, a irtig ht
O th e r d om estic heating s to v e s ............................................................................
O the r heating s y s te m s .................................................................................................
R a diators and c o n v e c to r s ......................................................................................
F lo o r and w all f u r n a c e s ..........................................................................................
G as-fired w all fu r n a c e s .......................................................................................
O the r system s, n .e .c..................................................................................................
O th e r heating system s, n .e .c.............................................................................
P arts fo r heating s y s te m s ..........................................................................................
G as b urners and p a r ts /a tta c h m e n ts .................................................................
G as b urners u nder and equal to 400 M B H ................................................
Dual fuel b urners and p a r ts /a tta c h m e n ts .......................................................
C o m m e rc ia l/in d u s tria l dual fuel b u r n e r s ......................................................
O the r parts, n .e .c........................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................
O th e r se condary p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................
R e frigeration and e le c tric heating e q u ip m e n t................................................

3433

F abricated structural m etal p ro d u c ts .................................................................................

344

F abricated stru ctu ra l m e t a l...................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ...............................................................................................................

3441

3 4 3 1-P
343 1-2
343 1-4
3 4 3 1-42 6
3431-7
3431-711
3431-9
343 1-94 6
34 3 1 -SM

3 432-P
3432-1
3432-101
3 43 2-10 1 13
3 4 3 2-10 1 17
3 4 3 2-10 2
3432-10221
3 4 3 2-10 2 24
3 43 2-10 3
3 43 2-10 3 34
3 4 3 2-10 3 35
343 2 -1 0 3 3 6
3 43 2-10 3 39
343 2-10 4
3 4 3 2-10 4 43
3 4 3 2 -10 4 44
3 4 3 2 -10 4 45
3 4 3 2 -10 4 47
3432-10451
343 2-10 4 53
3 4 3 2 -10 4 98
343 2-S M
3432-S

3433-P
3433-3
3433-311
343 3-31 3
343 3-4
3 4 3 3-41 6
3 4 3 3-42 2
343 3-6
3433-611
3433-631
3 4 3 3-63 1 13
3433-661
3 4 3 3-66 1 93
343 3-8
3433-811
3433-81101
3433-831
3 4 3 3-83 1 03
3433-871
343 3-S M
3 433-S
343 3-S S S
358 5-S

3 4 4 1 -P

See footnotes at end of table.




83

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

126.4
124.1
116.7
103.7
107.6
112.8
111.7

132.2
131.8

132.2

15.1

0

(3)
104.0
107.6
112.8
112.2

(3)
(3)
104.3
107.6
115.8
112.2

(3)
(3)
5.2
3.1
7.2
4.5

(3)
(3)
.3
0
2.7
0

0 6 /8 5

116.3

117.2

116.3

3.7

-.8

121.8

124.0

123.8

5.9

-.2

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

136.3
137.2
112.6
159.1
150.4
128.4
134.5
108.9
117.7

136.3
138.1
113.0
160.2
151.3
129.1
134.7
109.8
118.6

135.5
137.8
113.0
159.7
150.6
128.8
135.0
109.8
118.6

3.3
3.8
9.0
4.4
4.1
3.4
3.1
.2
8.2

-.6
-.2
0
-.3
-.5
-.2
.2
0
0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

137.2
140.1
140.1
130.6
130.3
141.3
125.0
122.8
130.8
143.4
133.1
124.5
129.2
198.4
151.0
131.5
133.8
121.7
130.8
175.0
144.6
158.4

139.2
142.3
142.3
133.0
133.7
142.5
126.2
124.3
132.6
144.2
133.4
125.7
131.0
198.4
154.2
135.0
141.6
128.0
132.9
179.4
143.4
160.8

139.8
142.4
142.4
132.6
133.7
142.5
126.4
124.8
132.6
144.7
134.1
125.9
132.3
198.4
154.3
135.0
141.6
129.5
134.0
179.3
144.6
160.7

7.6
7.9
7.9
9.6
9.7
11.0
10.4
10.2
9.7
10.1
9.9
7.2
9.9
13.8
5.2
9.0
7.3
9.4
10.7
6.8
9.5
1.5

.4
.1
.1
- .3
0
0
.2
.4
0
.3
.5
.2
1.0
0
.1
0
0
1.2
.8
-.1
.8
-.1

0 6 /8 3

139.0

140.0

140.0

4.1

0

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 6

145.9
146.1
140.9
135.4
141.8
124.2
120.2
113.2
153.3

149.5
150.6
145.3
139.4
146.2
133.5
133.8

149.0
149.8
145.3
139.4
146.2
124.2
120.2

5.1
6.2
4.5
5.0
4.0
-4 .8
-8 .2

-.3
-.5
0
0
0
-7 .0
-1 0 .2

(3)
153.2
162.9
155.5
153.4
145.7
106.5
161.8
144.1
145.1
140.2
134.6
133.8

(3)
153.2
162.9
155.5
153.4
145.6
106.5
161.8
144.1
145.1
140.2
134.6
133.8

(3)
5.9

(3)

(3)
155.5
153.4
145.9
106.5
154.5
144.1
145.1
140.2
134.6
121.8

(3)
6.8
7.0
4.9
5.9
10.8
6.3
5.4
13.4
7.9
14.1

0
0
0
0
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0

141.3
145.9
127.8

141.3
145.9
127.8

142.1
145.9

-2 .6
-3 .8

.6
0

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 4

343

Nov.
19892

1 2 /8 4

3 429-7
3429-711
3429-731
342 9-8
342 9-82 2
3 42 9-83 2
3 42 9-89 8
3 429-S M
3429-S

O ct.
19892

116.7

116.8

117.1

3.5

.3

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

118.4
118.8

118.3
118.6

119.0
119.4

4.3
5.0

.6
.7

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

F a b rica te d stru ctu ra l m e ta l— C o ntin u ed
F a b ricate d stru ctu ra l m e tal fo r b u ild in g s ................................................................
Iron a n d s te e l fo r in du stria l b u ild in g s ..................................................................
Ind u stria l b uildin g s a nd p la n t s ...........................................................................
W a re h o u s e s ..............................................................................................................
Iron a nd ste e l fo r c o m m e rcia l buildin g s ............................................................
O ffice buildings (h ig h -ris e )...................................................................................
O ffic e buildings (lo w - ris e )....................................................................................
O th e r co m m e rcia l buildings (lo w - r is e ) ............................................................
Iron and steel fo r re sidential b u ild in g s ................................................................
R e sid en tia l buildings ( lo w - ris e )..........................................................................
Iron and stee l fo r p ublic u tilitie s ............................................................................
Iron and stee l fo r o th e r buildings (including rel., m ed., instit.,
a nd e d u c a tio n a l).................................................................................................
L ow -rise b u ild in g s ...................................................................................................
Fabricate d stru ctu ra l m e tal fo r bridges, tre stles, and v ia d u c ts .....................
Iron, stee l, a n d a lum in um fo r h ig h w a y s .............................................................
O th e r fa b rica te d stru ctu ra l m e tal .............................................................................
Iron and s tee l fo r to w e rs and supp orting s tru c tu re s .....................................
Iron and s tee l fo r o ffs h o re o il and gas p la tfo rm s ...........................................
Iron and stee l fo r o th e r u s e s .................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

Nov.
1 98 9 2

N ov. 1988

O ct. 1989

120.2
123.3
127.8
97.3
105.7
102.2
103.7
118.4
105.3
108.5

3.7
5.2
6.0
-.4
1.1
.9
-1 .9
6.8
-.2
-.4

0.3
0
0
0
-.3
0
-1 .7
0
0

(3)

(3)

3441-1
3441-121
3441-12101
3 4 4 1 -12 1 02
3 441-122
3441-12201
3 44 1-12202
3 441-12207
3441-123
3 44 1-12305
3 441-127

120.2
124.1
128.8
97.3
106.1
102.2
106.2
115.8
105.3
108.5
106.0

119.8
123.3
127.8
97.3
106.0
102.2
105.5
118.4
105.3

0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

124.4
108.6
114.3
114.3
117.1
119.4
105.5
114.6

124.7
109.2
116.3
116.4
116.7
119.7

130.2
109.2
118.3
118.5
118.2
119.7

9.0
3.4
13.0
13.3
5.9
.4

4.4
0
1.7
1.8
1.3
0

(3)
114.0

(3)
116.1

(3)
7.5

(3)
1.8

0 6 /8 2

133.5

133.6

133.5

2.0

-.1

2.8
2.8
4.4
4.9
.7
-.1
5.4
11.4
11.4
3.8
3.5
4.6
3.7
5.3
3.4
3.2
2.7
1.0

(3)
(3)
14.3
11.2
-.2
0
-1 .0
.4
1.2
-3 .2

-.1
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
-.1
-.1
-.2
-.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
-1.1
-1.1
-.1
-.8
-.3
0
-1 .0
.2
.3

3 442

Fa b rica te d p la te w o r k ................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H e a t e xch a n g e rs a nd ste a m c o n d e n s e rs .............................................................
B are tu b e h e a t e x c h a n g e rs ....................................................................................
Fin tu b e h e a t e x c h a n g e rs ........................................................................................
S te a m c o n d e n s e rs .....................................................................................................
F a b rica te d ste e l p la t e ...................................................................................................
S te e l p la te fo r tra sh co n ta in e rs a n d a ll o th e r c o n ta in e rs ............................
W e ld m e n ts .....................................................................................................................
O th e r fab ricate d stee l p la te ....................................................................................
S te e l p o w e r boilers (o ve r 15 psi) and p a r ts /a tta c h m e n ts ..............................
W a te r tu b e b o ilers up to 100 ,00 0 Ib s ./h r...........................................................

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 2

3 441-128
3 44 1-12802
344 1-2
3 44 1 -2 1 2
3441-3
3 44 1-342
3441-353
3 441-359
3 44 1 -SM
3 44 1 -S

M etal d oors, sash and t r im .....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e tal d o o rs and fram es, e x c e p t storm d o o r s .....................................................
A lu m in um doors, all t y p e s .......................................................................................
A lum inum re sid en tia l d o o r s .................................................................................
S liding g lass p atio d o o r s .................................................................................
A ll o th e r re sidential d oors, including g a r a g e ............................................
A lu m in um c o m m e rcia l and in stitutio na l d o o r s .............................................
A ll o th e r c o m m e rcia l and in stitutio na l d o o r s ............................................
Iron and stee l d oors, all t y p e s ..............................................................................
Iron and stee l industrial d o o r s ...........................................................................
Iron a nd stee l re sid en tia l d oo rs ........................................................................
G arage d o o r s .......................................................................................................
Insulated stee l e n tra n ce d o o r s .....................................................................
A ll o th e r re sidential d o o r s ...............................................................................
Iron and stee l c o m m e rcia l and in stitutio na l d o o r s .....................................
O verhe a d and sliding d o o r s ...........................................................................
A ll o th e r c o m m e rcia l and in stitutio na l d o o r s ............................................
A lu m in um d o o r fr a m e s ...............................................................................................
S teel doo rfra m e s, 16 g auge and h e a v ie r ..........................................................
M e tal w in d o w sash and fram es, e x c e p t storm s a s h ........................................
A lu m in um w in d o w sash a nd fr a m e s ....................................................................
R e sid en tia l a lum in um w in d o w sa sh a n d f r a m e s ........................................
S in gle a nd d o u b le - h u n g ...................................................................................
H o rizo n ta l s lid in g .................................................................................................
A ll o th e r re sid en tia l w in d o w sa sh a nd f r a m e s .........................................
N o n re sid e n tia l a lum in um w in d o w sa sh and f r a m e s ..................................
S in g le a n d d o u b le - h u n g ...................................................................................
P ro je cte d a n d a w ning .......................................................................................
A ll o th e r n o n re sid e n tia l w in d o w sa sh a nd f r a m e s .................................
S te e l w in d o w sa sh a nd fra m e s, all t y p e s ..........................................................
S te e l w in d o w sa sh a nd fra m e s, all t y p e s .....................................................
M e tal m o ld in g a nd trim and s to r e fr o n ts .................................................................
M e tal store fro n ts , so ld c o m p le te a t f a c t o r y .....................................................
M e tal c o m b ina tio n scre e n and storm sash and d o o r s .....................................
M e tal storm s a s h ........................................................................................................
A lu m in um a nd stee l co m b ina tio n scre e n and storm s a s h ..........................
A lu m in um a nd stee l c o m b ina tio n scre e n and storm d o o r s .......................
M e ta l w in d o w and d o o r scre e n s and w e a th e r s trip ............................................
M e ta l scre e n d o o r s ....................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

344 3

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

3442-P
3442-1
3442-11
3442-112
3 44 2-11216
3442-11 2 18
3442-113
3 44 2-11323
3442-12
3442-121
3 44 2-122
3 44 2-12227
3442-12 2 29
3442-12231
3442-123
3 44 2-12332
3442-12 3 36
3442-142
3442-143
3 44 2-2
3442-21
3442-211
3442-21121
3 4 4 2-21 1 24
3 4 4 2-21 1 29
3 44 2-21 2
3442-21241
3 4 4 2 -21 2 45
3 4 4 2-21 2 49
344 2-22
3442-221
3442-3
3442-351
3442-4
3442-411
3 442-412
3 442-413
3 442-5
3442-511
3442-S M
3 442-M
3442-S

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

125.7
127.5
130.3
131.6
127.1
125.4
122.3
135.8
145.4
129.7
127.2
133.1
130.0
133.0
134.3
123.0
121.2
114.9
132.7
120.2
123.7
124.4
121.5
120.2
116.4
158.7
137.7
149.1
100.2
133.0
113.9
113.9
138.2
154.7
126.6
134.7
124.9
126.3
122.5
115.9

125.9
127.7
130.5
131.7
127.2
125.5
122.3
135.8
145.4
130.0
127.9
133.2
129.6
133.2
134.6
123.1
121.7
114.9
132.3
121.0
124.3
125.1
122.0
120.6
117.3
158.5
138.9
152.2
100.2
133.2
114.1
114.1
138.2
154.7
126.1
134.7
124.7
125.3
121.4
(3)

125.8
127.6
130.5
131.7
127.2
125.5
122.3
135.8
145.4
130.0
127.9
133.2
129.6
133.2
134.5
123.1
121.7
114.9
132.3
121.0
124.2
125.0
121.8
120.3
117.3
158.5
138.9
152.2
100.2
133.2
112.9
112.9
138.0
153.4
125.7
134.7
123.5
125.6
121.8
113.5

0 7 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

105.3
123.2

105.3
123.4

105.3
123.4

3.0
1.9

0
0

3443-P
3443-1
3443-111
344 3-11 5
3443-151
344 3-2
3 443-245
3443-251
3443-299
344 3-3
3443-31

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

137.5
138.7
164.6
180.1
145.7
155.2
126.9
116.4
143.2
113.8
109.5

138.7
139.9
165.6
181.0
147.7

138.5
139.6
167.5
181.5
148.8

4.5
4.2
5.2
6.3
5.4

-.1
-.2
1.1
.3
.7

(3)
127.1
115.4
143.2
114.4
112.7

(3)
126.7

(3)
3.5

(3)

(3)
143.2
113.6

(3)
3.2

(3)

(3)

(3)

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
19892

84

(3)
(3)

(3)
1.7
1.0
1.0
1.8
2.0
1.6
1.2
-.6
-1 .0
-3 .7
.9

3.3
(3)
(3)

(3)

-.3
0
-.7
(3)
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n adjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
P roduct
co d e

Index
base
C C
D —
0 c
0

Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

F a b ricate d p late w o rk— C ontin u ed
G as c y lin d e r s ..................................................................................................................
C a rb on ste e l g as c y lin d e r s ....................................................................................
A ll o th e r typ e s o f gas c y lin d e r s ...........................................................................
M e tal ta n ks m ade a t plant, standard, pre ssure ................................................
M e tal ta n ks m ade at plant, stan d ard, n o n -p re s s u re ........................................
Bulk storag e tanks, standard, n o n -p re s s u r e ...................................................
Ca rb on stee l storag e tan ks, 6 00 0 gal. a nd le s s .......................................
C a rb on stee l storag e ta n ks o ve r 6 00 0 g a l...................................................
C u stom ta n ks and ve sse ls m ade a t th e p la n t ...................................................
C a rb on stee l cu sto m ized ta n ks and ve ssels, n o n -L P G ..............................
C a rb on stee l ta n ks & ve ssels, 3 /4 inch & le ss w a ll th ic k n e s s ............................
A ll o th e r typ e s o f cu sto m ized ta n ks and vessels, n o n -L P G .....................
A ll o th e r type s o f ta n ks & vessels, 3 /4 in ch & le ss w a ll th ic k n e s s ...................
C u stom ta n ks and v e sse ls m ade a t p la n t a nd fie ld a s s e m b le d .................
P etro le um sto ra g e tan ks, fie ld a s s e m b le d ......................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ..................................................

344 3-4
344 3-41 2
3 44 3-41 8
3 443-5
3 44 3-7
3443-71
3443-711
3 44 3-71 3
3 44 3-8
3 44 3-80 2
3443-80201
3 44 3-80 4
3 443-80401
3 44 3-9
3 44 3-92 6
3 44 3-S M

S h e e t m etal w o r k ......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
M etal roofing and ro o f drainage e q u ip m e n t.......................................................
M etal roofing, steel, all t y p e s ...............................................................................
R o of drainage equ ip m e nt including e ave troughs, s t e e l ............................
R o of drainage equ ip m e nt including eave troughs, a lu m in u m ...................
M etal flo oring and s id in g ............................................................................................
M etal siding, s t e e l.....................................................................................................
M etal siding, alum inum , fo r residential use, including m obile h om es ....
N o n in s u la te d ...........................................................................................................
O the r s h ee t m etal w o r k ..............................................................................................
C ornices, skylights, ceiling dom es, copings, and gravel s to p s ................
S to ve pipe , furn a ce sm o ke pip e , e lbow s, and d ucts, s t e e l.........................
A ir-co n d itio n in g d ucts, inclu din g d u st co lle ctin g d ucts, s t e e l....................
R estau ra nt, hotel, and kitch en s h e e t m etal equ ip m e nt, s t e e l.................
M etal aw nings, ca no pies, ca rp orts, and patios, p re fa b rica te d types,
a lu m in u m ..............................................................................................................
S offits, fascia, and shutters, a lu m in u m .............................................................
O the r sh ee t m etal w ork, s te e l..............................................................................
Mail co lle ction or storage b o x e s .....................................................................
P recision sh ee t m etal parts, n ot s ta m p e d ...................................................
O the r steel sh ee t m etal w o r k ...........................................................................
O the r sh ee t m etal w ork, alum inum ....................................................................
O the r sh ee t m etal w o rk o f m etals o th e r than steel o r a lu m in u m ..........
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .....................................................................................................

3 444

A rch ite ctu ra l and o rn a m e n ta l m e ta lw o r k ..........................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
A rch ite ctu ra l and o rn am e n ta l m e ta lw o rk ..............................................................
W a rm a ir o r air c o n d itio n in g grilles, re g isters and air d iffu s e r s ...............
Iron and s t e e l..........................................................................................................
A lu m in u m ..................................................................................................................
S ta irs .............................................................................................................................
Ind u stria l c la s s .......................................................................................................
C o m m e rcial c la s s ..................................................................................................
A rch ite ctu ra l c la s s .................................................................................................
R a ilin g s ..........................................................................................................................
S teel, e xclud in g stainle ss s t e e l .......................................................................
Iron a nd stainle ss s t e e l ......................................................................................
O th e r m etals, inclu din g c o m b in a tio n s o f m e tals a nd o th e r m a terials
G ra ting and gra ting tr e a d s .....................................................................................
S te e l gra ting a nd grating tr e a d s ......................................................................
A lu m in um gra ting a nd grating t r e a d s .............................................................
F ram ing m aterial fo r w a lls a nd ce ilin g s ( load a nd n on -lo a d b earing
s t u d s ) .....................................................................................................................
S ca ffo ld in g and s h o r in g ..........................................................................................
S ca ffo ld in g ..............................................................................................................
O th e r a rch ite ctu ra l a nd o rn a m e n ta l m e talw ork .............................................
Fence s, gate s and p o s t s ....................................................................................
W ind ow g u a r d s ......................................................................................................
O th e r a rch ite ctu ra l and o rn a m e n ta l m e ta lw o r k .........................................
Iron and sta in le ss s t e e l...................................................................................
S teel, e xclud in g stainle ss s t e e l....................................................................
O th e r m e ta ls .......................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...............................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .....................................................................................................
F a bricate d stru ctu ra l m e t a l....................................................................................
M e tal doo rs, sash a nd trim ...................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c t s .....................................................................................

3 446

3 444-P
344 4-4
3444-411
3 44 4-42 3
3 4 4 4-42 9
3 444-5
3 4 4 4-51 6
3 44 4-51 7
3 44 4 -5 1 7 0 2
3 444-6
3444-611
3 44 4-63 4
3 44 4-63 7
3 44 4-64 4
3 4 4 4-64 6
3444-651
3 44 4-66 2
3444-66201
3 4 4 4-66 2 03
3 44 4-66 2 09
3 44 4-66 4
344 4-69 8
344 4-S M
3444-M
3 444-S

3446-P
3446-1
3446-11
3446-111
344 6-11 3
3 44 6-13
3446-131
3 44 6-13 5
3 44 6-13 7
3 44 6-14
344 6-14 3
3 44 6-14 4
3 4 4 6-14 9
344 6-15
3446-151
3 4 4 6-15 2
344 6-16
3446-18
3446-181
344 6-19
344 6-19 2
344 6-19 3
344 6-19 9
344 6-19 9 12
3 44 6-19 9 13
3 44 6-19 9 14
3446-S M
3 446-M
3 446-S
3441 -S
3 442-S
3 446-S S S

See footnotes at end of table.




85

O ct.
19892

Nov.
1 9892

126.8
116.0

126.8
116.0
130.1

4.1
4.0
4.3

(3)
128.9
124.3
128.6
124.4
140.7
131.8
148.8
130.3

(3)
3.8
3.8
8.3
0
6.7
7.3
8.2
9.1

0
0
0
0
-1 .2
0
0
0

(3)
129.4
116.4

(3)
3.4
5.0

(3)
1.3
2.1

129.0
126.4
120.2
107.7
165.0
117.4
116.9
114.7
129.7
129.7
131.3
101.1
124.6
122.1
190.8

3.0
4.0
3.8
8.2
1.0
-3 .8
5.9
15.5
3.0
3.0
4.6
.8
7.5
7.4
10.1

.7
.1
.3
1.2
0
-1 .8
0
0

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

126.8
116.0
130.0
120.4
127.9
124.3
128.6
124.4
142.0
131.8
148.8
129.3
142.1
127.4
113.7

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 1 /8 4
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

128.7
125.8
121.6
109.2
165.0
119.9
116.1
114.4
128.0
128.0
130.0
101.1
122.9
118.3
186.3

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

141.3
129.0
123.6
107.7
121.3
121.8
135.5
138.8

(3)
124.6
107.7
122.8
122.4
134.4
139.5

141.3
128.6
125.5
107.7
123.6
123.5
133.8
139.9

1.8
-7 .4
5.4
0
7.5
5.0
.5
9.3

(3)
.7
0
.7
.9
-.4
.3

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

168.7
123.4

149.6
123.7

164.0
124.2

-7 .9
2.7

9.6
.4

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 1 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

120.8
121.5
121.5
108.7
102.6
116.2
116.0
113.6
122.3
109.0
110.5
112.8
100.0
101.0
135.0
135.4
128.6

120.4
120.9
120.9
108.7
102.6
116.2
116.7
114.6
123.8
109.0
109.5
113.3
100.0
96.3
131.3
132.1
121.8

121.4
121.8
121.8
107.2
101.5
114.3
119.6
114.6
124.5
115.6
110.3
114.9
100.0
96.4
131.0
132.1
119.1

3.0
2.9
2.9
-.4
-2 .2
2.3
6.0

.8
.7
.7
-1 .4
-1.1
-1 .6
2.5
0
.6
6.1
.7
1.4
0
.1
-.2
0
-2 .2

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8

122.4
112.6
112.2
117.2
114.7
126.7
115.6
100.0
115.1
101.5

(3)
112.6
112.2
117.2
114.7
126.9
115.4
100.0
115.9
99.7

121.3
112.6
112.2
120.9
115.2
151.5
116.2
103.7
115.7
99.9

-1 .7
2.9
2.9
7.0

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

100.0
119.7
127.7
117.7
123.7

100.0
120.7
132.6
117.7
123.7

100.0
122.9
133.5
138.6
123.7

(3)
120.4
128.9
124.3
128.6
124.4
142.4
131.8
148.8
130.3
143.7
127.7
114.0

128.1
126.3
119.8
106.4
165.0
119.5
116.9
114.7
(3)
(3)
131.3
101.1
124.8
121.8
190.8
141.5

(3)
3.4
8.9
(3)
5.8
(3)
(3)
1.1
2.4
-9 .8

(3)
23.9
2.7
(3)
3.9
(3)
(3)
4.6
7.7
(3)
1.7

0
0
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
0
0
-.2
.2
0
-.1

(3)
0
0
3.2
.4
19.4
.7
3.7
-.2
.2
0
1.8
.7
17.8
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
1 98 9 2

P re fa b rica ted m e tal b u ild in g s .................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Prefab, m e tal bldg. sys., excl. farm se rvice bldgs., resid. bldgs., &
p a rts fo r prefa b , b ld g s ..........................................................................................
Ind u stria l and c o m m e rc ia l........................................................................................
In d u s tr ia l....................................................................................................................
C o m m e rc ia l...............................................................................................................
Institu tion a l, m e d ical, religious, p u b lic & e d u c a tio n a l....................................
O th e r p re fa b rica te d a nd p o rta b le m e tal b uildin g s and p a r ts .........................
O th e r farm se rvice bldgs., ste e l a nd alum inum , excl. w o o d fra m e
b ld g s ........................................................................................................................
S m a ll u tility bldgs., in cl. to o l shed s, ca ba na s, storag e houses,
etc., ste e l a nd alum in um .................................................................................
S t e e l.............................................................................................................................
D w e lling s a n d o th e r n o n -fa rm b ldgs. incl. va ca tio n h om es, etc.; stee l
and a lu m in u m .......................................................................................................
A lu m in u m ...................................................................................................................
S t e e l.............................................................................................................................
P anels, parts, o r se ctio n s fo r pre fa b , bldgs., n o t so ld a s a c o m p le te
unit, s te e l & a lum in um .....................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

344 8

M isce lla n e o u s m e tal w o r k ........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B ar jo is ts a nd fa b rica te d c o n c re te re in forcing b a r s ...........................................
F a b rica te d c o n c re te re in fo rcin g b a r s ..................................................................
O th e r m isce lla n e o u s m e tal buildin g m a terials and cu rtain w a l l ....................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3 44 9

S cre w m a ch ine p ro du cts, and b olts, nuts, screw s, rivets, and
w a s h e r s ...................................................................................................................................

Nov.
1 9892

N ov. 1988

O ct. 1989

3448-P

12/8 1
12/8 1

113.5
112.4

114.2
113.4

114.7
114.0

4.7
5.4

0.4
.5

3448-1
3 4 4 8-11 5
3 4 4 8-11 5 12
3 4 4 8-11 5 14
3 44 8-11 8
344 8-2

12/8 1
1 2/8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2/8 1

109.8
109.9
103.3
107.7
105.3
116.9

110.7
110.8
103.2
108.9
105.8
118.4

111.5
111.7
103.2
110.1
105.7
118.4

5.4
5.5
3.5
6.3
4.5
5.2

.7
.8
0
1.1
-.1
0

3 44 8-21 5

12/8 1

115.1

120.9

121.3

7.4

.3

3448-221
3 4 4 8-22 1 17

1 2/81
1 2 /8 7

117.8
109.5

118.1
110.1

118.1
110.1

2.1
5.0

0
0

3 4 4 8-23 5
3 4 4 8-23 5 16
3 4 4 8-23 5 18

1 2/8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

136.9
114.7
110.0

138.5
116.0
111.2

138.5
116.0

10.3
10.5

0
0

(3)

(3)

3 44 8-25 4
3 44 8-S M
3448-S

12/8 1

109.9

110.4

110.4

3.1

345
3451

Bolts, nuts, screw s, rivets, and w a s h e rs ............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
E xte rn a lly threa d ed fasteners, e x c e p t a irc ra ft.......................................................
M ine ro o f b o lt s .............................................................................................................
H ex b olts, including heavy, tap, and j o i n t .........................................................
S quare and round b o lts and p low num bers 3, 4, 6, 7, and t r a c k ............
S tu d s ...............................................................................................................................
Flanged, se lf-lo ckin g, set, lag, and w o od s c r e w s ..........................................
C ap s c r e w s ...................................................................................................................
M a ch ine s c r e w s ..........................................................................................................
Th re ad -fo rm in g tap p ing scre w s ............................................................................
Th re ad -cu tting , self-drilling, and threa d -ro llin g s c r e w s ................................
O th e r e xte rn a lly th re a d e d fa ste n e rs, e x c e p t a irc ra ft......................................
In te rn a lly th re a d e d faste n e rs, e x c e p t a irc ra ft........................................................
Fla n ge d, square, s h e e t m etal, w e ld , w ing, a nd ca ge n u t s ..........................
H e x n u t s .........................................................................................................................
L o ckn u ts: p re vailing to rq u e a nd fre e s p in n in g ................................................
O th e r in te rn a lly th re a d e d fa ste n e rs, inclu din g all n o n m e ta llic ...................
N o n th re a d e d fa ste n e rs, e xc e p t a irc ra ft...................................................................
S olid rivets, all s iz e s ..................................................................................................
T ubular, split, and blind r iv e t s ................................................................................
Pins, m a ch ine t y p e ....................................................................................................
W a shers, all t y p e s ......................................................................................................
O th e r n o n threa de d faste ne rs, in cluding all n o n m e ta llic ..............................
A irc ra ft/a e ro s p a c e f a s te n e r s .....................................................................................
B olts, all KSI t e n s ile ..................................................................................................
S crew s, all types, and studs, all t y p e s ..............................................................
N uts, all t y p e s ..............................................................................................................
W ashers, all t y p e s ......................................................................................................
Pins, all t y p e s ...............................................................................................................
O th e r form e d fa s te n e r s ................................................................................................
A ll o ther, including o rd na nce .................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

(3)
0

3 452

345 1 -P
3451-1
3451-2
3451-222
3451-223
3 451-242
3451-252
3451-262
3451-298
3 451-S

3452-P
3452-4
3452-411
3 452-412
3452-413
3452-421
3452-433
3 452-436
3 452-437
3452-441
345 2-44 2
345 2-46 9
3452-5
3452-501
345 2-50 2
3452-511
345 2-53 9
3452-6
3452-601
3452-603
3452-621
3452-631
3 452-649
3452-7
3452-701
3452-712
3452-731
3452-761
3452-763
3452-8
3 452-898
3452-SM
3452-M
3452-S

See footnotes at end of table.

86

12/8 1

137.0

137.6

137.6

7.2

0

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

110.7
110.4
103.7
110.8
123.0

110.9
110.8
104.6
109.2
122.6

110.3
109.9
103.2
109.2
122.6

.5
-.2
- .9
1.6
.9

-.5
-.8
-1 .3
0
0

1 2 /8 4

110.6

109.8

109.8

4.1

0

1 2 /8 4

3449-P
344 9-4
3 44 9-45 2
3449-5
3449-SM
3449-S

S cre w m a ch ine p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A uto m o tive scre w m a ch ine p ro d u c ts ......................................................................
O th e r scre w m a chine p r o d u c ts .................................................................................
A irc ra ft..............................................................................................................................
O r d n a n c e .......................................................................................................................
H o use h old appliances, including radio and te le v is io n ..................................
E le ctric and e le c tro n ic e q u ip m e n t........................................................................
M a c h in e ry .......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r end uses, e x c e p t a u to m o tiv e ..............................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................




O ct.
1 9892

109.6

111.8

111.8

4.9

0

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

117.7
118.6
119.9
117.7
101.6
148.4
143.1
105.4
103.3
114.6
104.5

119.2
120.1
121.8
119.0
104.1
156.3
143.1
105.2
105.3
115.4
103.8

119.1
120.1
122.1
118.9
104.1
154.2
143.1
105.3
105.2
115.4
104.5

3.8
4.0
3.5
4.3

(3)
3.4
4.8
-.1

-.1
0
.2
-.1
0
-1 .3
0
.1
-.1
0
.7

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 1 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 4 /8 4

111.5
111.1
112.0

114.3
113.9
113.1

5.7
6.2
1.8

.1
.1
-.1

(3)
96.5
112.2
104.9
107.5
110.6
109.4
111.6
103.8
114.2
99.3
115.6
96.1
114.6
113.8
111.2
105.8
108.9
110.8
104.6
120.0
121.3
122.2
125.9
113.7
111.2
136.8
105.6
107.0

114.2
113.8
113.2
123.9
98.3
113.1
104.2
107.5
113.8
109.3
111.6
104.2
114.4
99.5
116.2
96.1
114.6
114.3
111.1
105.8
108.9
111.3
104.1
120.0
134.1
122.1
168.8
115.1
138.2
158.9
106.4
107.4

(3)
98.1
112.1
104.5
107.5
114.5
109.4
111.6
104.2
114.0
99.5
116.2
96.1
114.6
114.3
110.4
101.7
108.9
111.3
104.1
120.0
135.4
122.6
168.8
115.3

(3)
2.7
-.2
3.9
2.6
5.9
1.7
1.2
1.0
.1
2.8
3.7
4.1
1.4
.4
3.6
-1 .5
5.1
3.5
.7
6.7
28.7
9.7
65.7
11.4

(3)
- .2
-.9
.3
0
.6
.1
0
0
-.3
.0
0
0
0
0
-.6
-3 .9
0
0
0
0
1.0
.4
0
.2

(3)
159.5
106.4
107.4

(3)
44.3
-1 .6
-3 .6

(3)
.4
0
0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

123.8
105.2

122.1
112.9

122.6
112.9

11.6
-4 .6

.4
0

(3)
5.5
2.9

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry
co d e

Industry and p ro d u c t1

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
July
19892

1 2 /8 4

107.5

107.8

107.7

3.3

-0.1

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

106.9
108.0
108.7
111.2
107.7
118.2
100.0
122.1
134.7
106.5
97.4
96.3
98.3

106.8
107.9
108.8
111.2
107.8

6.2
5.5
5.9
2.2
4.2
15.9
24.8
15.3
16.6
6.3
-2 .9
.4
-2.1

.2
.2
.3
0
.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
107.4
96.6
96.3
97.1

107.0
108.1
109.1
111.2
107.9
126.1
100.0
120.8
129.3
107.5
96.6
96.3
97.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
.1
0
0
0

1 2 /8 3

96.5

96.6

96.7

12.8

.1

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

116.8
121.0
119.7
132.9
92.5
139.3
124.2
124.2

117.6
122.0
120.6
133.4
94.1
141.4

118.5
122.4
121.0
133.4
94.1
146.1

4.8
5.1
5.3
5.4
3.2
10.8

.8
.3
.3
0
0
3.3

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

110.1
109.8
109.0
109.4
106.1
117.1
106.0
105.0
108.2

110.1
109.7
109.0
109.3
105.9
117.3
105.9
104.8
108.6

110.2
109.9
109.1
109.4
106.0
117.4
106.2
104.8
109.3

1 2 /8 2

111.2

111.2

111.2

.5

0

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

115.2
115.0
115.9
115.8
115.8
116.0
103.0
108.3
108.2
108.2
114.7
115.4
113.1

115.2
115.0
115.9

1.3
1.3
5.1
9.0
9.0
1.7
7.4
-9 .3
-9 .5
-9 .5
4.3
3.0
2.9

-1 .0
-1 .2
0

(3)
(3)
116.0
103.0
108.3
108.2
108.2
114.7
115.4
113.1

114.0
113.6
115.9
115.8
115.8
116.0
103.0
102.7
102.6
102.6
114.5
114.9
112.6

3469-P
3 46 9-2
3469-201
3 4 6 9-20 5
3469-211
346 9-21 5
3 4 6 9-22 5
3469-231
3469-241
3469-251
3469-271
346 9-28 9
346 9-29 8
346 9-4
346 9-5

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

119.2
118.7
118.1
104.9
101.4
111.0
117.5
112.2
108.7
115.7
106.9
117.1
124.0
118.5
142.5
111.3

120.0
119.7
118.8
104.9
101.4
111.8
117.5
110.5
105.8
117.2
105.8
115.7
129.4
118.9
145.6
112.3

119.7
119.3
119.1
104.9
101.4
112.0
118.2
112.5
106.4
117.2
105.8
115.7
129.4
119.1
139.1
112.3

4.3
4.6
4 .0

(3)
2.0
9.3
2.6
16.7
3.5

-.3
-.3
.3
0
0
.2
.6
1.8
.6
0
0
0
0
.2
-4 .5
0

3 4 6 9-51 5

1 0 /8 4

133.8

133.8

133.8

(3)

346 9-59 8
346 9-9
346 9-99 8
346 9-S M
3469-S

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

127.5
115.3
114.0

130.7
116.1
114.0

130.7
116.1
114.0

3.9
2.3
5.6

0
0
0

0 6 /8 4

121.2

121.8

121.8

3.2

0

1 2 /8 4

116.1

116.6

116.6

2.9

0

346

Iron and stee l f o r g in g s ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .....................................................................................................
H o t im pre ssio n die im pact, pre ss a nd u pse t fe rro u s fo rg in g s ..........
C a rb on s t e e l.....................................................................................................
A llo y steel, e xce p t stainle ss and h ig h -te m p eratu re ...........................
S ta in le ss s t e e l..................................................................................................
H ig h -tem pe ra ture iron, nickel and co b a lt-b a se a llo y s .......................
C o ld im pre ssio n die im pact, pre ss and u pse t fe rro u s fo r g in g s .........
C a rb on s t e e l.....................................................................................................
S e a m le ss ro lle d -rin g fe rro u s fo r g in g s ..........................................................
O pe n die o r sm ith (ha m m e r o r press) fe rro u s f o r g in g s .......................
C a rb on s t e e l.....................................................................................................
A llo y steel, e xce p t sta in le ss a nd h ig h -te m p eratu re ...........................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .......................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...........................................................................................

Nov.
19892

3466-P
3466-1
3 46 6-10 3
3466-10331
346 6-14 2
3 4 6 6 -14 2 44
346 6-3
346 6-36 4
3466-36411
3466-4
346 6-41 5
3 4 6 6-41 5 17

M e ta l fo rg in g s a nd s ta m p in g s .................................................................................... .........

O ct.
198 9 2

3 462

N o n fe rro u s fo r g in g s .......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .....................................................................................................
H o t im pre ssio n die im pact, pre ss a nd u p se t n on ferrou s fo rging s ....
A lu m in um a nd alum inum a llo y ...................................................................
T ita nium and titan iu m a llo y ..........................................................................
C o p p e r and co p p e r a llo y .............................................................................
C o ld im pression die im pact, pre ss and u pse t n o n fe rro u s fo rg in g s ..
A lu m in um a nd a lum inum a l l o y ...................................................................

.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........

3462-P
346 2-5
3462-511
346 2-51 3
346 2-51 5
346 2-51 7
3 46 2-6
3462-611
346 2-7
3 462-8
3462-811
3 46 2-81 3
346 2-S M
3 462-S

.........

3 463
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........

3463-P
3 46 3-5
3463-521
3 46 3-52 3
346 3-52 5
346 3-6
3463-621

.........

A u to m o tive s ta m p in g s ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..................................................................................................... .........
O rig in al e qu ip m e nt a uto m o tive s ta m p in g s ................................................ .........
P a sse n ge r c a r s ta m p in g s ............................................................................ .........
B od y p a n e ls .................................................................................................. .........
C h assis p a r t s ............................................................................................... .........
T ru ck and bus s ta m p in g s ............................................................................ .........
B ody p a n e ls .................................................................................................. .........
C hassis p a r t s ............................................................................................... .........
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ....................................... ..........
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................................

3 465

M e tal cro w n s and c lo s u r e s ..........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..................................................................................................... .........
M e tal co m m e rcia l c lo s u re s (c a p s ).................................................................. .........
S cre w threa d and lug ty p e (n o n v a c u u m )................................................ .........
T in m ill p r o d u c ts ..........................................................................................
M e tal c a p s (v a c u u m ).....................................................................................
C o ntin u ou s t h r e a d ......................................................................................
O th e r m e tal clo sures, e xc e p t c r o w n s ..........................................................
A ll o th e r m e tal c lo s u re s ,(ro ll-o n s ,s n ip s ,ta b s ,e tc .)...............................
S o ft d r in k ........................................................................................................
M e tal c r o w n s .........................................................................................................
S o ft d rin k c o n ta in e r s .....................................................................................
C o n ve n tio n a l type ...................................................................................... ..........

3 46 6

M e tal stam ping s, n .e .c....................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Jo b stam ping s, e xc e p t a u to m o tive ..............................................................
R e cre atio n al ve h icle s tam ping s ( m o to r hom es, tra ve l traile rs, etc. )
M o to r a nd g e n e ra to r s ta m p in g s ................................................................. .........
A via tion s ta m p in g s .......................................................................................... .........
A g ricultu ra l e q u ip m e n t s ta m p in g s .............................................................
E le ctrica l e q u ip m e n t stam ping s, e x c e p t re frig e ra to r a nd la un d ry .
Furniture s ta m p in g s ........................................................................................ .........
O ffice m a ch ine s ta m p in g s ...........................................................................
R adio, tele visio n a nd p h o n o g ra ph s ta m p in g s ......................................
S to ve , h e a te r a nd air co n d itio n e r s ta m p in g s .......................................
O th e r indu stria l e q u ip m e n t s ta m p in g s .....................................................
O th e r jo b s ta m p in g s ......................................................................................
S ta m p e d and spun u tensils, co okin g a nd kitch en , a lu m in u m ............
S ta m p e d a nd spun utensils, co o kin g and kitch en , e xce p t alum inum i
O th e r utensils, in clu din g co m m e rcia l, h osp ital and o u td oo r, stainle ss
s t e e l.........................................................................................................................
O th e r stam pe d and sp un utensils, co okin g and kitch en , inclu din g
vitre o u s e n a m e l...................................................................................................
O th e r stam pe d and p re ssed m e tal end p r o d u c ts ...................................
O th e r stam pe d a nd p re ssed m e tal e nd p r o d u c t s ..............................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .......................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................................

3 469

C o atin g , e ngraving, a nd allied s e r v ic e s .................................................................. ..........

347

3465-P
3465-1
3465-111
3465-11111
3 46 5-11 1 12
3 46 5-11 3
3 4 6 5-11 3 13
346 5 -1 1 3 1 4
346 5-S M
346 5-S

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..

.
.

See footnotes at end of table.




87

Nov. 1988

1.4
1.6
1.3
1.4
1.2
2.0
.3
-.2
1.1

(3)
(3)
9.2
(3)
2.0
(3)
6.6

O ct. 1989

(3)
(3)
.1
.2
.1
.1
.1
.1
.3
0
.6

(3)
(3)
0
0
-5 .2
-5 .2
-5 .2
-.2
-.4
-.4

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—'Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
July
198 9 2

M e tal platin g and p o lis h in g .....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M e tal p latin g and p o lis h in g .........................................................................................
E le c tro p la tin g -ra c k .....................................................................................................
E le c tro p la tin g -b a rre l...................................................................................................
E ng in ee ring p latin g - hard ch ro m e, hard n ic k e l..............................................
A nodizing .......................................................................................................................
Hard c o a t a n o d iz in g ...............................................................................................
O the r a n o d iz in g .......................................................................................................
M e ch an ica l su rface p re p a ra tio n ............................................................................
P olishing and buffing ............................................................................................
O th e r su rface finishing .........................................................................................
O th e r p la tin g .................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3471

M e tal co atin g and allied s e r v ic e s .........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M etal co atin g and allied s e rv ic e s .............................................................................
P rinting, e tch in g and engraving m etal n a m e p la te s .......................................
O th e r printing, e tch in g and e n g ra v in g .................................................................
G a lvan izin g and o th e r h o t dip c o a t in g ...............................................................
A fte r fab ricatio n galvanizing, excluding all steel co m pany
o pe ra tion s .........................................................................................................
H o t dip co atin g o th e r tha n z in c .........................................................................
O rg an ic c o a tin g s .........................................................................................................
S pray co ating, including e le c tro s ta tic c o a tin g .............................................
A ll o th e r org an ic c o a tin g .....................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3479

O rd na n ce and a ccessories, e x c e p t ve h ic le s and guided m is s ile s ...........................

348

S m all arm s am m u nition ,30 m m and u n d e r .........................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C a rtrid g es fo r sm all fire a rm s (rifles and s id e a rm s )............................................
C e n te rfire pistols, in cluding ca rtrid ge s in tercha ng e ab le betw e en
rifles and p is to ls ..................................................................................................
S hipp ed to gove rn m e nt (Federal, S tate, and local) .................................
A m m u n itio n c o m p o n e n ts .............................................................................................
W ads, sh o t ca se s (prim ed o r unprim ed), bullets, b u lle t ja cke ts, and
c a se s .......................................................................................................................

3482

A m m u n ition , e xc e p t sm all arm s, n .e .c..................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A rtille ry a m m u nition a nd co m p o n e n t parts, o v e r 30m m (or 1.18 inche s) .
C o m p le te rounds, lo a d e d .........................................................................................
A rtille ry co m p o n e n t p a r ts .........................................................................................
P rim e rs ........................................................................................................................
Fu ses ..........................................................................................................................
A m m u n ition , e xc e p t fo r sm a ll arm s, n .e .c..............................................................
O th e r am m u nition and am m u nition parts, n.e.c., e xc e p t sm all arm s

3483

Sm all arm s, 30 m m and u n d e r ...............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P istols and re v o lv e r s ......................................................................................................
C e nte rfire p istols and r e v o lv e r s ............................................................................
R im fire p istols and re v o lv e r s ..................................................................................
R if le s ....................................................................................................................................
C e nte rfire r ifle s .............................................................................................................
B olt re p ea ter ce nte rfire r i fl e s .............................................................................
S h o tg u n s .............................................................................................................................
R e pe a ting s h o tg u n s ...................................................................................................
O th e r sm all a r m s ............................................................................................................
O th e r sm all a r m s ........................................................................................................
P arts and a tta c h m e n ts fo r sm all a r m s ...................................................................
P arts and a tta c h m e n ts fo r sm all a r m s ...............................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3484

O rd na n ce and a ccessories, n .e .c...........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O rd na n ce and accesso rie s, n.e.c., incl. ro c k e t p rojectors, torpe d o
tubes, and th e ir p arts ...........................................................................................
O rd na n ce and accesso rie s, n.e.c., and th e ir p a r t s .......................................
O rd na n ce and a ccessories, n.e.c., and th e ir parts - d om estic sales ..
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3489

M iscellan eo u s fab ricate d m etal p r o d u c ts ..........................................................................

349

See footnotes at end of table.




3 4 7 1 -P
3471-1
3471-101
3 47 1-10 2
3471-103
3 471-104
3471-10431
3 47 1-10432
3471-105
3471-10541
3 471-10543
3 471-106
3 47 1 -SM
3 47 1 -S

3479-P
3479-1
3479-101
3 4 7 9-10 2
3479-103
3 47 9-10312
3 47 9-10314
3479-104
3479-10 4 22
3 47 9-10423
3479-SM
3479-S

O ct.
198 9 2

Nov.
1 9892

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

117.8
118.0
118.0
115.8
124.2
117.5
121.7
115.5
123.2
110.5
109.5
121.8
115.3

118.0
118.2
118.2
116.3
124.2
117.5
121.7
115.5
123.2
110.7
109.5
124.4
115.3

118.4
118.7
118.7
116.4
126.3
117.5
121.7
115.5
123.2
110.7
109.5
124.4
116.0

3.3
3.1
3.1
2.2
5.1
2.4
5.0
3.6
5.4
1.2
.4
10.5
2.7

1 2 /8 4

115.0

115.0

115.0

6.3

0

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

114.0
115.0
115.0
121.8
157.6
120.1

114.9
115.9
115.9
121.8
157.6
122.0

114.4
115.3
115.3
121.8
146.1
121.4

2.4
2.3
2.3
3.0
-4 .6
5.5

-.4
-.5
-.5
0
-7 .3
-.5

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

126.9
114.1
109.4
114.3
107.9

128.8
114.1
109.8
114.6
109.2

127.5
114.1
109.8
114.6
109.2

6.6
2.8
1.0
2.0
5.4

-1 .0
0
0
0
0

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

0.3
.4
.4
.1
1.7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.6

1 2 /8 4

106.7

107.6

107.6

2.9

0

0 6 /8 5

111.3

112.6

112.4

2.6

-.2

3482-P
3482-1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

110.6
113.0
103.3

111.1
113.6
103.3

110.8
113.2
103.3

5.4
6.4
3.3

-.3
-.4
0

3482-114
3482-11441
3482-3

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

114.2
112.3
108.4

114.5
112.9
109.8

114.5
112.9
108.9

1.5
4.0
6.7

0
0
-.8

3 4 8 2-36 9

0 6 /8 5

109.8

111.5

110.5

7.8

-.9

3483-P
3483-1
3483-111
3483-171
3483-17111
3 4 8 3 -17 1 14
3483-3
3483-341

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

105.1
100.5
102.4
92.9
107.4

105.3
100.8
102.5

105.3
100.8
102.5

0
0
1.6

0
0
0

(3)
107.4

(3)
3.0

(3)
101.2
98.1
111.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
98.7
115.3

(3)
101.2
98.7
115.3

(3)
0
-1 .9
1.9

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 8 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

121.0
121.9
121.4
118.1
133.1
122.6
120.6
122.3
123.2
123.9
116.3
116.3
118.5
118.5

123.5
124.8
121.4
118.1

4.2
4.3
.9
.9

-.7
-.8
0
0

(3)
121.7
121.0

(3)
2.9
1.3

(3)
-2 .4
-1 .4

(3)
(3)
116.3
116.3
118.5
118.5

(3)
131.2
132.0
116.3
116.3
118.5
118.5

(3)
3.6
3.6
5.1
5.1
6.4
6.4

(3)
(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 5

110.8

110.8

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

103.3
103.0

105.1
106.9

105.1
106.9

3.1
7.1

0
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

99.7
99.7
100.8

101.1
101.1
102.6

101.1
101.1
102.6

5.1
5.1
6.9

0
0
0

1 2 /8 5

118.4

118.4

118.4

.2

0

1 2 /8 4

117.0

118.5

118.6

4.1

.1

3484-P
3484-2
3484-201
3 48 4-202
3484-3
3484-301
3 48 4-30122
3484-4
3484-401
3484-5
3484-501
3484-6
3484-601
3484-SM
3484-S

3489-P
3489-2
3489-201
3489-20121
3489-SM
3489-S

124.4
125.8
121.4
118.1
133.1
124.7
122.7
127.3

(3)
<
3)
(3)
(3)
0
0

0
0
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
P ro du ct
co d e

Industry
c o de

Index
base
O ct.
19892

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

111.9
110.8
109.6
109.8
121.1
107.1

112.3
111.2
110.1
110.3
121.8
107.6

112.7
111.7
110.7
111.5
121.8
107.6

2.3
2.4
2.7
3.8
5.1
1.5

0.4
.4
.5
1.1
0
0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

112.4
101.1

112.4
102.2

112.4
102.1

1.7
1.3

0
-.1

0 6 /8 1

117.0

117.0

117.0

1.6

0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

117.7
116.5

117.5
116.5

117.5
116.5

-7 .8
2.6

0
0

3494-P
349 4-2
349 4-21 2
3494-21201
3 4 9 4 -21 2 02
3 49 4-21 2 03
3 4 9 4 -21 2 05
349 4 -2 1 2 0 6
349 4 -2 1 2 0 7
3 4 9 4-22 4
3 49 4-22 4 03
3 4 9 4-22 4 05

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

122.9
123.6
116.8
111.5
114.7
102.7
108.2
114.5
110.5
113.0
128.5
136.4
125.0

125.4
126.4
118.5
111.5
114.7
102.7
108.2
114.5
110.5
113.0
134.1

125.5
126.5
118.4
111.5
114.7
102.7
108.2
114.5

7.1
7.7
3.1
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.0
3.8

.1
.1
-.1
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
113.0
133.8

(3)
0
6.8

0
-.2

(3)
133.2

(3)
132.4

(3)
10.7

(3)
-.6

3 494-3
3 49 4-31 2
3494-31201
3 4 9 4-31 2 02
3 4 9 4-31 2 03
3 49 4 -3 1 2 0 4
3 49 4 -3 1 2 0 5
3 49 4 -3 1 2 0 7
3 49 4-34 9
3 4 9 4-36 3
3494-36301
3 4 9 4 -36 3 02
3 4 9 4-36 7
3494-36701
3 4 9 4 -36 7 02
3 4 9 4-37 5
3494-37501
3 49 4 -3 7 5 0 2
3 4 9 4-37 5 03
3 49 4-39 8

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

119.5
120.8
127.9
136.3
122.4
103.5
94.3
127.7
133.1
118.5
114.7
131.2
107.0
106.8
107.2
117.9
110.3
112.7
138.3
116.2

119.8
120.8
127.9
136.3
122.4
103.7
94.3
127.8
135.3
118.1
113.7
132.6
108.1
106.8
109.3
118.6
112.8
112.7
138.3
116.2

120.3
121.1
127.9
136.3
122.4
103.7
94.3
129.0
135.3
121.0
117.5
132.5
108.8
106.8
110.5
118.2
112.8
111.9
138.3
116.4

6.1
7.5
9.6
14.1
1.2
2.5
1.5
6.2
5.9
7.2
6.6
9.1
3.4
3.3
3.6
4.9
8.6
5.0
1.3
4.1

.4
.2
0
0
0
0
0
.9
0
2.5
3.3
-.1
.6
0
1.1
-.3
0
-.7
0
.2

3 4 9 4-4
3 49 4-41 9
3 49 4-5
3 4 9 4-50 5
3494-531
3 49 4-54 5
349 4-54 8
349 4-6
3 4 9 4-65 5
349 4-7
349 4-72 3
3 4 9 4-72 3 02
349 4-72 5
3494-72501
3 4 9 4-72 5 02
3 4 9 4-78 5
349 4-79 8
349 4-8
349 4-81 5
3494-841
349 4 -8 4 1 0 4
349 4-9
349 4-S M
3494-M
3494-S

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

117.6
110.0
124.7
130.4
124.7
117.4
123.1
128.4
128.4
140.0
130.2
122.5
109.2
95.8

117.6
110.0
126.9
135.9
124.5
117.4
123.1

4.1
2.6
4.5
7.4
3.1
5.6
1.1
2.9
2.9
19.1
14.3
7.9
.6

0
0
-.1
0
0
0
.2

(3)
(3)
151.3
130.2
122.5
109.2

117.6
110.0
126.8
135.9
124.5
117.4
123.3
128.4
128.4
151.0
130.2
122.5
109.2

(3)
124.9
103.7
113.7
117.1
112.0
109.7
132.2

(3)
(3)
131.8
105.2
114.6
118.2
112.7
114.3
132.0

(3)
(3)
131.8
104.6
114.9
118.0
113.3
114.3
132.4

(3)
(3)
15.9
2.3
4.3
2.6
5.1
5.1
1.5

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

91.6
129.9

95.0
130.5

94.3
130.4

-.2
5.0

-.7
-.1

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

112.7
113.2
122.1
121.0

113.4
113.8
122.6
121.1

113.3
113.7
122.6
121.1

2.1
2.2
2.4
2.0

-.1
-.1
0
0

0
0

C_
c
c&'<

Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Steel springs, except wire......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Hot formed springs ......................................................................
Hot formed coil sprin gs..............................................................
Locomotive, railroad car, and other helical sprin gs.......................
Hot formed leaf sp r in g s.............................................................
Replacement leaf springs (including exports) for cars, buses, and
tru cks.............................................................................
Original equipment leaf springs other than for passenger cars .......
Cold formed sprin gs.....................................................................
Cold formed flat springs made of sheet and strip ...........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Valves and pipe fittings.........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Fluid power v a lv e s ......................................................................
Hydraulic v a lv e s.......................................................................
Manually operated directional control v a lv e s...............................
Solenoid operated directional control v a lv e s ...............................
Other directional control v a lv e s ................................................
Flow control valves (including check va lv e s)...............................
Servovalves and combination v a lv e s .........................................
Other hydraulic v a lv e s............................................................
Pneumatic v a lv e s......................................................................
Pressure control v a lv e s...........................................................
Other pneumatic valves ..........................................................
Metal valves for piping systems and equipment, except plumbing and
heating v a lv e s.......................................................................
Gates, globes, angles, checks, etc................................................
Water works or municipal valves (IBBM, AWWA, U L ) ...................
Fire hydrants.........................................................................
Iron valves (excluding IBBM, AwwA, UL) ....................................
Cast carbon steel valves (all pressures).....................................
Forged carbon steel valves (all pressures).................................
Brass and bronze valves (125 lb w.s.p. and o v e r)........................
Pop safety valves and relief valves (over 15 lb w.s.p.).....................
Ball valves, all metals, pressures, and ty p e s..................................
Iron and steel ball v a lv e s.........................................................
Brass and bronze ball v a lv e s ...................................................
Butterfly valves, all metals, pressures, and ty p e s............................
Iron butterfly valves, including ductile........................................
Steel (cast and fabricated) butterfly v a lv e s.................................
Plug valves, all metals, pressures, and typ e s.................................
Iron plug valves, including ductile..............................................
Carbon steel plug v a lv e s.........................................................
Other alloy plug valves, including alloy s t e e l...............................
Other metal valves and specialties...............................................
Plumbing and heating valves and specialties, excluding plumbers’ brass
goods ..................................................................................
Other plumbing and heating valves 15 lb w.s.p. and u n der...............
Automatic regulating and control v a lv e s...........................................
Pneumatic actuated control v a lv e s ...............................................
Self-contained direct actuated pressure regulator v a lv e s..................
Flow regulator valves for gas, vapors, or liquids.............................
Other regulator v a lv e s................................................................
Solenoid valves ..........................................................................
Solenoid v a lv e s........................................................................
Metal fittings, flanges, and unions for piping sy ste m s.........................
Forged carbon steel fittings, flanges, and u n io n s............................
Threaded type .......................................................................
Stainless and alloy steel fittings, flanges, and unions.......................
Socket-weld and threaded t y p e ................................................
Butt-welding typ e ...................................................................
Pipe couplings..........................................................................
All other metal fittings and unions for piping systems ......................
Fluid power hose and tube fittings ..................................................
Fittings for metal and plastic tubing..............................................
Hose end fittings and hose assemblies for fluid power syste m s.........
Other hose connectors............................................................
Parts and components for valves and pipe fittings (sold separately).....
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..................................
Miscellaneous receipts.................................................................
Secondary products.....................................................................
Wire sp rin gs........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................
Precision mechanical springs .........................................................
Compression type, shipments to O . E . M ........................................

3 493
3493-P
3493-1
3493-121
3 4 9 3 -12 1 16
3493-131
3493-13151
3 4 9 3 -13 1 58
349 3-2
3493-271
3 493-S M
3 493-M
3 493-S

3495-P
349 5-2
349 5-21 2

See footnotes at end of table.




89

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

(3)

(3)
(3)
-.2
0
0
0
(3)
(3)
0
-.6
.3
-.2
.5
0
.3

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
198 9 2

W ire sp rin gs— C o ntin u ed
A u to m o tiv e ................................................................................................................
O th e r m a c h in e ry ......................................................................................................
C o n su m e r g o o d s ....................................................................................................
O th e r ...........................................................................................................................
C o m p re ssio n type , o th e r s h ip m e n ts ....................................................................
E xte n sio n t y p e ..............................................................................................................
T o rsio n t y p e ..................................................................................................................
O th e r w ire s p r in g s ..........................................................................................................
O th e r u p h o lste ry a nd fu rn itu re s p r in g s ..............................................................
O th e r w ire sp rin gs .....................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry P ro d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3495-21211
3 4 9 5-21 2 15
3 4 9 5-21 2 17
3 49 5-21 2 19
3 49 5-21 4
3 49 5-21 5
3 49 5-21 7
3 495-3
3495-319
3495-398
3495-SM
3495-S

M iscellan eo u s fab ricate d w ire p ro d u c ts .............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N oninsu la ted ferro us w ire rope, ca ble and s tr a n d .............................................
S te e l w ire rope and c a ble ......................................................................................
C o m p osite strand, rope and c a b le ......................................................................
O th e r steel w ire strand ............................................................................................
W ire form s ....................................................................................................................
F errous w ire clo th and o th e r ferro us w o ven w ire p ro d u c ts ............................
Industrial w ire c lo t h ....................................................................................................
O th e r ferro us w o ven clo th and w o ven w ire p ro d u c ts ...................................
S te e l fen cin g and fe n c e gate s ..................................................................................
C hain link f e n c in g .......................................................................................................
W ire fence, w o ven and w e ld ed ............................................................................
S te e l nails, spikes, brads, stap le s and t a c k s ......................................................
B rig ht n a ils ....................................................................................................................
O th e r ferro us fab ricate d w ire p ro d u c ts ...................................................................
W ire chain, o th e r .........................................................................................................
W e ld ed stee l w ire fab ric (co n crete re inforcing m e s h ) ..................................
W ire g arm en t h a n g e rs ...............................................................................................
W ire c a r t s .......................................................................................................................
W ire c a g e s ....................................................................................................................
O th e r fe rro u s w ire p ro du cts ...................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3496

M etal foil and l e a f .......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Lam inated alum inum foil ro lls and sh ee ts fo r fle xible p ackaging uses ....
P olyeth ylen e co a te d o r lam inated, fo il a nd p ap er co m b in a tio n ...............
O th e r foil and p a p e r c o m b in a tio n s ......................................................................
N o n-foo d p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................
C o nve rte d unm ounted alum inum foil fo r n onpackaging a p p lic a tio n s .........
U n m o un ted o r c o a te d (plain o r printed) ............................................................
O th e r m e tal fo il and l e a f .............................................................................................
O th e r m etal fo il and le a f in clu din g co m p o sitio n ( c o m b in a tio n o f tw o
o r m o re m e tals) ..................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

3497

F a bricate d p ipe and fa b rica te d p ipe f it t in g s .....................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Iron and stee l pipe, tub e , a nd f it t in g s .....................................................................
Iron and stee l pipe and pipe fittin g s (including c u sto m w o rk fo r
contra ctors) ..........................................................................................................
P etrochem ical, paperm ill, and w a te r sew age tr e a tm e n t.........................
O th e r iron and stee l p ipe a nd fit t in g s .............................................................
Iron a nd ste e l tub in g a nd f it t in g s ..........................................................................
W e ld e d t u b in g ..........................................................................................................
N o n fe rro u s pipe, tube, a nd fit t in g s ...........................................................................
A lu m in um and a lum in um base a llo y pipe, tube, a nd f ittin g s ......................
C o p p e r a nd co p p e r base a llo y pipe, tub e , a nd fittin g s ...............................
O th e r n o n fe rro u s pipe, tube, and f ittin g s ...........................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

349 8

F a b ricate d m e tal p ro du cts, n .e .c............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S a fe s and v a u lt s .............................................................................................................
S a fe s a nd c h e s t s ........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r b an k and se cu rity v a u lts and e q u ip m e n t........................................
M e tal s tr a p p in g ................................................................................................................
M e tal stra pp in g ...........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r fa b rica te d m e tal p ro d u cts .........................................................................
P e rm a n e n t m agnets, e x c e p t ce ra m ic ................................................................
M e tal s p o o ls and re e ls ............................................................................................

3 499

3496-P
3496-1
3496-111
3496-121
3496-135
3496-141
3496-4
3496-461
3496-498
3496-6
3496-613
3496-621
3496-7
3496-711
3496-8
349 6-849
3496-861
3496-871
3496-873
3496-875
3496-898
3496-SM
3496-M
349 6-Z 89
3496-S

3497-P
349 7-2
3 4 9 7-21 5
3 49 7-216
3 49 7-21614
3497-3
3 49 7-35 2
349 7-4
3497-411
3 497-S M

3498-P
3498-1
3498-101
3 498-10111
3 4 9 8-10 1 14
3 49 8-10 2
3 4 9 8 -10 2 03
349 8-5
3498-501
3 49 8-50 2
3 49 8-50 3
3 498-S M
3 498-S

3499-P
3499-1
3499-101
349 9-19 8
3499-3
3 49 9-35 7
349 9-4
3 49 9-45 5
3 49 9-47 5

See footnotes at end of table.




90

O ct.
19892

Nov.
198 9 2

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

104.0
123.1
114.6
112.5
116.6
127.8
118.4
106.1
106.8
105.2

104.0
123.7
115.8
112.5
116.6
129.4
118.4
107.0
108.0
107.5

104.0
123.7
115.8
112.5
116.6
129.4
118.4
106.7
108.0
106.5

-0 .7
3.9
4.4
2.7
- .7
4.8
1.9
1.9
3.3
4.7

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.3
0
-.9

1 2 /8 2

108.5

109.5

109.0

.8

- .5

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 4 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

116.2
115.6
116.0
110.8
157.2
114.6
100.0
118.3
133.8
108.2
122.7
122.1

117.3
116.7
118.4
110.9
162.0
114.1
104.7
119.8
134.3
111.6
122.5
120.9
101.1
109.1
126.2
117.2
114.7

117.4
116.9
118.2
110.9
162.0
113.0
104.5
119.8
134.3
111.6
122.5
120.9
101.1
112.2

4.8
4.3
3.8
.1

.1
.2
-.2
0
0
-1 .0
-.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
2.8

(3)
138.2
119.2
109.8
110.3

(3)
138.2
118.8
109.8
110.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.6
1.1
2.1

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

118.5
118.5
121.3

118.9
118.9
121.8

119.2
119.2
121.9

(3)
(3)
8.4

.3
.3
.1

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

122.1
116.6
109.0
113.3
107.7
113.0
112.0
119.6
123.2

122.2
116.8
109.1
113.3
108.2
114.2
113.0
121.9
120.5

121.9
116.4
109.2
113.3
108.2
114.4
112.6
120.9
116.8

3.6
4.8
6.2
7.8
4.7
2.3
5.1
3.4
-5 .4

-.2
-.3
.1
0
0
.2
-.4
-.8
-3.1

1 2 /8 4

123.2

120.5

116.8

-5 .4

-3.1

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1

1 28.6
127.2
124.0

130.9
126.8
123.0

129.9
125.7
121.8

-2.1
-1 .6
-2 .6

-.8
-.9
-1 .0

0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 6
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 8 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

119.2
101.4
124.9
131.3
130.8
151.2
120.8
142.6

117.8
99.5
124.2
130.8
129.9
154.8
120.8
157.2

115.7
99.6
120.3
130.8
129.9
154.8

-3 .7
-3 .8
-3 .3
-1.1
-1 .4
4.9

-1 .8
.1
-3.1
0
0
0

(3)
157.2

(3)
-7 .2

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 4 /8 2

110.8

112.5

111.3

-1 .9

-1.1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

114.4
112.3
112.2
127.2
100.3

115.2
113.1
112.2
127.2
100.3

116.3
114.0
117.3
127.2
104.6

3.0
3.1
7.3
6.4
4.9

1.0
.8
4.5
0
4.3

(3)
(3)
112.5
107.6
115.9

(3)
(3)
113.5
107.7
121.2

(3)
(3)
113.8
108.2
121.2

(3)
(3)
3.0
2.2
6.4

(3)
(3)
.3
.5
0

(3)
108.7
126.2
116.2
114.7
109.5
138.2
121.2
109.8
109.1

(3)
117.0
114.7

Nov. 1988

(3)
(3)
(3)
8.9
(3)
(3)
7.4
6.5
(3)
1.5
(3)
3.3

O ct. 1989

(3)
-.2
0
(3)
0
-.3
0
.3

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—‘
Continued
U n ad ju sted
perce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry
co de

Industry and p ro d u c t1

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
July
198 9 2

O ct.
198 9 2

Nov.
19892

0 6 /8 5

111.5

112.8

113.1

3.0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

136.2
127.0
115.8

136.2

-.7

3.2

(3)
116.9

140.5
134.7
117.1

(3)
6.4

(3)
.2

35

1 2 /8 4

110.9

111.6

112.0

3.9

.4

1 2 /8 4

110.3

111.3

111.4

4.9

.1

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

122.7
123.2
117.1

123.9
124.7
123.4

123.9
124.7
123.4

6.2
7.7
13.5

0
0
0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

131.1
133.8
116.2

131.2
132.5
116.2

131.2
132.5

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

144.7
131.7

146.3
131.7

146.3
131.7

5.8
.1

0
0

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
0 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8

111.3
112.0
109.7
118.9
112.9
99.4
124.5
87.2
106.0
103.3
106.6

112.5
113.1
110.0
120.9
114.8
100.5
126.6
88.3
106.9
103.1
107.6
119.7
96.9
103.8
117.2
129.0
110.2
129.1
114.7
101.8
103.5
102.3
124.1
105.0

4.4
3.8
2.6
1.3
1.1

(3)
95.9
102.8
115.3
127.5
110.2
126.9
113.9
101.0
103.6
101.5
123.8
103.7

112.4
113.0
110.0
120.2
114.3
100.5
125.6
86.6
106.9
103.1
107.6
119.7
96.9
103.8
117.2
128.9
110.2
129.1
114.5
101.8
103.6
101.5
123.8
105.0

.1
.1
0
.6
.4
0
.8
2.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.1
0
0
.2
0
-.1
.8
.2
0

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

100.6
96.0
109.2
124.0

103.2
98.5
110.1
125.2

103.2
98.5
110.1
125.2

5.7
5.7
7.7
9.1

F a bricate d m etal pro du cts, n.e.c.— C o ntinued
O th e r fa b rica te d m e tal p r o d u c ts ...............................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ....................................... ..........
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .....................................................................................
R e s a le s .............................................................................................................. ..........
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ........................................................................................... ..........
M ach ine ry, e xce p t e le c t r ic a l........................................................................................ ..........

3 499-498
3499-S M
3499-M
3 49 9-Z 89
3499-S

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

0.3

E ng in es a nd T u rb in e s ................................................................................................... ..........

351

T u rb in e s and turbine g e n e ra to r s e t s ......................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................
S te a m , gas, a nd hydrau lic tu rb in e g e n e ra to r se t units and p arts ....
M e ch an ica l drive stea m , gas, and hydraulic turbines, n o n lo co m o tive
ste a m e ng in es and p a r t s ....................................................................................
S te a m turbines, stea m e ng in es and p arts ...........................................
S te a m t u r b in e s ...........................................................................................
G as turbines, e x c e p t aircra ft, and p arts and a c c e s s o rie s .............. ..........
P arts a nd a c ce sso rie s fo r gas turbines, e xce p t a irc ra ft...............
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................
..........

3511

Inte rn al co m b u stio n engines, n .e .c...........................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .....................................................................................................
G a so lin e e ngines, u nd er 11 h.p. (e xce pt a u t o ) ......................................
G a so lin e e ngines, 11 h.p. a nd o v e r (e xce pt a uto ) ...............................
G a so lin e e ngines, 11 - 6 0.9 h.p. (e xce pt a u t o ) .................................. ..........
G a so lin e e ngines, 11 - 2 0.9 h . p ...........................................................
G a so lin e e ngines, 61 h.p. and o ve r (e xce p t a u t o ) ............................ ...........
G a so lin e e ngines, 61 - 150.9 h . p ........................................................ ..........
D iesel, sem id ie sel, a nd dual fu e l e n g in es (e xce p t a u to m o tiv e )....... ..........
D iesel, se m id ie sel and dual fuel, u n d e r 151 h . p ............................... ..........
D iesel, se m id ie sel and dual fuel, 151 h.p. and o v e r ........................
D iesel, se m id ie sel and d ual fuel, 151 - 200 .9 h . p ......................... .........
D iesel, se m id ie sel and dual fuel, 201 - 250.9 h . p ......................... .........
D iesel, se m id ie sel a nd d ua l fuel, 251 - 300 .9 h . p ......................... .........
D iesel, se m id ie sel a nd dual fuel, 301 - 350 .9 h . p ......................... .........
D iesel, se m id ie sel a nd d ual fuel, 1501 h.p. a nd o v e r .................. .........
D iesel, sem idiesel, a nd dual fue l e n g in es (a u to m o tiv e )....................... .........
O u tb o a rd e n g in e s ................................................................................................
P arts and a c c e s s o rie s ......................................................................................
C ylind er lin e rs (s le e v e s ) ...............................................................................
C ylind er hea ds .................................................................................................
C ran ksha fts, e n g in e ........................................................................................
Fuel in je ction system s, e n g in e ...................................................................
O th e r p arts and a c c e s s o rie s ......................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .......................................
..........
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .....................................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................... .........
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ........................................................................... ..........

3519

Farm a nd garde n m a ch ine ry a nd e q u ip m e n t....................................................... ..........

352

1 2 /8 4

107.7

108.6

109.3

5.0

.6

Farm m a ch ine ry and e q u ip m e n t...............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ..................................................................................................... .........
C o m m e rcial tu rf a nd g ro un ds m ow ing equ ip m e nt, inclu din g p arts and
a tta c h m e n ts .............................................................................................................
G ang ro tary cu ttin g units, reel a nd ro tary ............................................. .........
P arts a nd a tta ch m e n ts fo r c o m m e rcia l tu rf a nd g ro un ds m ow ing
e q u ip m e n t..................................................................................................
C o m m e rcial tu rf a nd g ro u n d s ca re equ ip m e nt, e x c e p t m ow ing, including
p arts a nd a tta c h m e n ts ..........................................................................................
W h e e l tra c to rs a nd a tta ch m e n ts, e xcep t: c o n tra c to rs ’ type, law n and
g arden, and m o to r t ille r s .....................................................................................
T w o -w h e e l drive farm typ e tra cto rs, in clu din g fro n t-w h e e l a ssist
t y p e s ............................................................................................................
Four-w h ee l d rive farm type tra cto rs, in clu din g tra c to rs w ith equal
size tires, fro n t a nd r e a r ......................................................................
U n de r 2 00 p to h o r s e p o w e r..................................................................... .........
2 5 0 p to h o rsep ow er and o v e r ............................................................... .........
A tta ch m e n ts fo r w h e e l tra cto rs, farm type a nd non farm (industrial)
t y p e .....................................................................................................................
Farm dairy m a chines, sp ra yers a nd duste rs, farm e le va to rs a nd farm
b low ers .......................................................................................................................
S praye rs and d u s t e r s .................................................................................... .........
P ow er sprayers, fie ld a nd ro w c ro p t y p e s ........................................ .........
T ra c to r m o u n t e d ..................................................................................... .........

3523
3523-P

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

113.3
113.7

113.8
114.0

114.7
115.0

5.0
4.8

.8
.9

3 52 3-A
352 3-A 1 5

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

113.5
124.6

114.4
127.9

114.4
127.9

2.1
2.7

0
0

3523-A31

1 2 /8 2

99.4

98.9

98.9

1.6

0

3523-B

1 2 /8 2

124.8

131.5

(3)

3523-1

1 2 /8 2

114.3

114.3

114.7

8.4

.3

3 5 2 3-1 A

1 2 /8 2

116.3

116.3

116.8

11.3

.4

3 5 2 3 -1 B
3523-131
352 3-13 5

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

106.9
117.9
100.4

106.9
117.9
100.4

106.9
117.9
1 0 0 .4 '

.4
1.2
0

0
0
0

3 52 3-18 7

1 2 /8 2

116.7

116.7

117.0

3.1

.3

352 3-2
3523-2B
352 3-22
3523-221
352 3-22 4
352 3-25 6

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7

118.0
116.3
114.3
92.2
99.0
110.5

123.6
122.4
118.7
95.9
102.3

123.0
121.3
117.0
93.9
102.3

5.8
6.7
3.3
1.8
6.0

-.5
-.9
-1 .4
-2.1
0

(3)

(3)

..
..

3 5 1 1-P
3511-1
351 1-2
3511-21
3511-211
3 51 1-23
351 1-23 5
3 5 1 1-S

..
..

.
.
..
.
.
..

3 5 1 9-P
3519-1
351 9-2
351 9-2A
351 9-21 2
3 51 9-2B
3 51 9-22 2
351 9-3
3 51 9-3A
351 9-3B
3 5 1 9-31 9
3519-321
3 51 9-32 3
3 5 1 9-32 5
3 5 1 9-33 3
351 9-4
3 5 1 9-5
351 9-9
3 51 9-90 4
3 51 9-90 5
3 51 9-90 8
3 5 1 9-91 6
3 51 9-99 8
351 9-S M
3 5 1 9-M
3 51 9-Z 89
3 5 1 9-S
3519-S S S

..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

O th e r tha n tra c to r m o u nte d ...............................................................
O th e r s p ra y e rs .............................................................................................

..
.
.

See footnotes at end of table.




91

(3)

6.1
6.3
(3)

(3)
1.3
(3)
2.8
3.2
2.7
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1.6
(3)
4.2
(3)
(3)
(3)
6.7
(3)

(3)

(3)

0
0
(3)

0
0
0
0

(3)

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
b ase
July
198 9 2

Farm m a ch ine ry and e q u ip m e n t— C ontin u ed
Farm e le va to rs and b lo w e r s .................................................................................
P lanting, seeding, and fertilizin g m a c h in e ry .......................................................
P lanting and seeding m a c h in e ry ........................................................................
Fertilizing m a c h in e ry ...............................................................................................
M anure spreaders, c o nve yor type ................................................................
H arrow s, rollers, pulverizers, stalk cu tters, and sim ilar e q u ip m e n t...........
S ta lk sh re d d e rs and cu tte rs and ro tary m o w e r s .........................................
H a rro w s a nd c o m b in a tio n tilla g e e q u ip m e n t..................................................
H a rve sting m a c h in e r y .................................................................................................
Fie ld fo ra g e h a r v e s te rs ..........................................................................................
Fie ld fo ra g e harveste rs, shear-bar, se lf-p ro p e lle d typ e s a nd pull
t y p e s .................................................................................................................
C o m b in e s (h a rveste r-th re she rs), e x c e p t p e a nu t c o m b in e s ......................
O th e r h a rvestin g m achinery, in clu din g p icke r-sh e lle rs a nd c o tto n
strip p ers ...............................................................................................................
H aying m a c h in e ry .........................................................................................................
H ay bale rs, all t y p e s ................................................................................................
P lo w s and listers, e xclud in g tu rf a nd g ro un ds m a ch ine ry ............................
C hisel plow s, dee p t illa g e .....................................................................................
Farm m a chinery and equipm ent, n.e.c., e xcluding p a r t s ..............................
C u ltiv a to r s ...................................................................................................................
C orn and c o tto n type cu ltivato rs (shank and sw e ep t y p e ) ...................
Field c u ltiv a to r s ....................................................................................................
M a ch ine s fo r preparing cro p s fo r m a rke t o r u s e ..........................................
F eed grinders, fee d mixers, and burr m i lls ................................................
Fa rm p o u ltry e q u ip m e n t.........................................................................................
B arn and barnya rd e q u ip m e nt ............................................................................
S e lf-p ro p e lle d irrig atio n s y s te m s .........................................................................
S e lf-p ro p e lle d irrig atio n system s, ce n te r-p ivo t ..........................................
H og e q u ip m e n t..........................................................................................................
Farm w a g o n s and o th e r farm tra n sp o rta tio n e q u ip m e n t...........................
O th e r farm tra n sp o rta tio n e q u ip m e n t...........................................................
P arts fo r farm m a ch ine ry a nd equ ip m e nt, excl. co m m , tu rf and g ro u n d s
e q u ip .........................................................................................................................
Farm m a ch ine ry and e q u ip m e n t p arts so ld to orig in al e q u ip m e n t m frs .
Fa rm m a ch ine ry and e q u ip m e n t p arts so ld fo r re p la ce m e n t a nd re p air
P arts fo r cu ltiva to rs and w e e d e r s ....................................................................
Parts fo r sp ra yers a nd d u s te r s .........................................................................
P arts fo r h arvestin g m a c h in e ry .........................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O th e r s e con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
C o nstructio n m a chinery and e q u ip m e n t............................................................
Law n and g arden e q u ip m e n t..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C o nsu m e r nonriding lawn, garden, and sn ow e q u ip m e n t...............................
Law n m o w e r s ..............................................................................................................
R otary, push type, g asoline engine p o w e r e d ..............................................
R otary, se lf-p rop e lle d, gaso lin e engine p o w e re d .......................................
R eel, all t y p e s ..........................................................................................................
R o tary garden (m otor) t ille r s ..................................................................................
S no w throw ers (snow blow ers), e xcep t a tta c h m e n t ty p e s .........................
S in gle s t a g e .............................................................................................................
D ual s t a g e .................................................................................................................
P ow ere d law n e d g e r s /tr im m e rs ............................................................................
Fixed blade, g aso lin e eng in e o r e le ctric p o w e r e d .....................................
O th e r c o n su m e r non rid in g la wn, g arden, and sn o w e q u ip m e n t...............
Y ard va cuu m s and b lo w e r s ...............................................................................
A ll o th e r equipm ent, incl. pow e re d hedge trim m ers, 2 w h ee l w alking
tra cto rs, and law n sw e ep e rs .....................................................................
P arts and a tta c h m e n ts fo r c o nsu m e r nonriding lawn, garden, and sn ow
e q u ip m e n t..................................................................................................................
A tta c h m e n ts ..................................................................................................................
P a r t s ................................................................................................................................
C o nsu m e r riding lawn, garden, and snow e q u ip m e n t......................................
G arden tr a c to r s ...........................................................................................................
U n de r 16.0 h p ..........................................................................................................
16.0 hp and o v e r ....................................................................................................
Law n tra c to rs and riding m o w e r s .........................................................................
F ro n t e ngine law n tra c to rs and riding m o w ers ...........................................
10.0 hp and o v e r ................................................................................................
R e ar eng in e lawn tra c to rs and riding m o w e r s ............................................
6.0.hp a nd o v e r ..................................................................................................
P arts and a tta c h m e n ts fo r co n su m e r riding lawn, g arden, a nd sn o w
e q u ip m e n t..................................................................................................................
A tta c h m e n ts ..................................................................................................................

Nov.
19892

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

3 52 3-2C
352 3-3
352 3-3A
352 3-3B
3 5 2 3-35 7
352 3-4
3 52 3-4A
352 3-4B
3 52 3-5
3 52 3-5A

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

115.9
111.9
111.1
115.8
105.2
112.6
115.0
109.6
111.3
107.7

120.1
111.1
109.5
115.9
105.8
115.2
115.0
113.8
112.2
108.4

120.6
111.7
110.4
115.9
105.8
115.9
115.0
113.8
115.3
112.0

3.8
2.9
2.8
4.2
4.9
3.7
2.1
3.8
7.7
4.3

0.4
.5
.8
0
0
.6
0
0
2.8
3.3

3 52 3-56 3
3523-511

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

108.9
113.3

109.9
114.3

115.1
117.8

6.0
9.1

4.7
3.1

3 52 3-58 2
3 5 2 3-6
3 5 2 3-65 5
352 3-7
3 52 3 -7 6 6
352 3-8
3 52 3-8A
3 5 2 3-80 6
3 5 2 3-81 6
3 52 3-8B
3 52 3 -8 2 6
3 52 3-8C
352 3-8D
352 3-8E
352 3-89 3
352 3-8P
3 5 2 3-8W
352 3-W 7 8

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

111.9
110.8
110.8
116.3
107.6
115.7
122.7
118.1
125.9
111.4
113.3
105.1
118.9
109.9
109.4
115.3
130.9
115.7

113.4
112.2
112.1
117.1
109.3
115.9
121.5

114.8
113.3
112.1
117.2
109.6
115.9
120.9

3.7
2.7
1.9
4.1
3.0
2.2
4.1

1.2
1.0
0
.1
.3
0
-.5

(3)
129.0
111.8
115.3
105.1
118.9
109.9
109.4
118.9
131.3
115.7

(3)
128.3
111.8

(3)
6.6
2.6

(3)
-.5
0

(3)
105.1
118.9
110.6
110.1
118.9
131.3
115.7

(3)
(3)
1.6
.5
.5
6.1
2.8
1.4

(3)

3 523-9
3 52 3-9A
352 3-9B
3 52 3-93 2
3523-951
3 52 3-99 4
3 52 3-S M
3523-M
3 52 3-Z 89
3 523-S
3 52 3-S S S
3 5 3 1 -S

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

114.2
111.4
112.3
121.0
109.9
107.3

113.4
111.4
110.4

114.1
112.5
110.9

1.4
1.4
1.7

(3)
112.3
108.8

(3)
112.3
108.8

(3)
2.5
4.9

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

109.1
108.5
109.8
108.3
108.8

111.4
111.3
111.4
110.6
109.1

112.1
112.0
111.4
110.7
109.1

8.7
7.5
3.1
2.9
3.6

.6
.6
0
.1
0

3524-P
3524-1
3524-11
3524-111
3 52 4-11 2
3 52 4-11 3
3524-121
352 4-14
3524-141
3 52 4-14 2
352 4-15
3 52 4-15 4
352 4-19
3 52 4-19 3

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

112.6
113.4
109.6
108.8
111.2
104.2
109.2
112.0
106.8
112.4
103.1
110.8
118.0
115.6
109.8

115.2
116.2
111.2
111.0
111.9
106.9
110.2

115.5
116.5
112.1
111.9
113.2
107.9

4.4
4.4
3.5
2.9
2.0
3.7

.3
.3
.8
.8
1.2
.9

(3)
1.0
4.5
9.7
2.1
9.1
9.9
3.2
2.3

(3)
(3)
.2

(3)
104.0
113.2
125.5
118.3
110.2

(3)
113.1
108.3
115.0
104.0
113.0
125.1
118.7
110.1

3 5 2 4-19 4

1 2 /8 2

118.2

122.3

122.6

3.7

.2

3 52 4-3
3 524-311
3 52 4-31 2
352 4-4
3524-41
3 5 2 4-41 6
352 4-41 7
3 5 2 4-42
3524-421
3 5 2 4 -42 1 13
3 52 4-42 2
3 5 2 4 -42 2 13

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

125.6
121.6
125.3
122.2
125.7
104.1
126.0
120.3
119.5
116.1

127.0
130.6

125.6
128.3

8.8
5.9

-1 .1
-1 .8

(3)
128.1
133.8
109.6
134.9
125.3
124.6
120.5

<
3)
128.0
133.6
108.4
135.5
125.4
125.0
121.1

(3)
5.8
7.7
4.1
10.1
5.1
6.0
6.2

(3)
-.1
-.1
-1 .1
.4
.1
.3
.5

1 2 /8 2

122.0

126.8

126.0

3.4

-.6

3 52 4-5
3 52 4-51 7

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

101.7
121.2

101.8
122.2

101.9
122.3

1.6
1.7

.1
.1

352 4

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 9892

92

(3)
108.1

0
0
.6
.6
0
0
0
.6
1.0
.5
(3)
0
0

(3)
0
- .2
- .3
.3
-.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— CContinued
U n a d ju ste d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

I ndex
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
1 9892

Law n a nd garde n e q u ip m e n t— C ontin u ed
P a r t s ................................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
C o n stru ctio n , m ining, a nd m a terials h andling m a ch ine ry and
e q u ip m e n t..............................................................................................................................

3524-521
352 4-S M
352 4-S

Nov.
1 9892

Nov. 1988

O c t. 1989

0

1 0 /8 3

83.4

82.9

82.9

1 2 /8 2

104.8

105.9

106.2

4.4

.3

1 2 /8 4

110.1

111.0

111.1

3.6

.1

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

133.1
130.9

134.2
131.4

134.2
131.4

5.2
5.0

0
0

3531-101
353 1-2

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

132.7
136.1

132.7
136.1

132.7
136.1

1.9
4.9

0
0

353 1-3

1 2 /8 0

123.0

123.0

123.0

4.4

0

3 53 1-30 5
3 53 1-4
3 5 3 1 -4A
3 5 3 1-41 1 03
3 53 1 -4 1 1 0 4
3531-411
3 53 1 -4 1 1 0 2
3531-481
3 5 3 1-48 5
3 531-6
3531-611
3531-61101
3531-622
3531-62 2 04
3 53 1-7
3531-711
3531-71101
3 53 1 -7 1 1 0 4

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6

123.0
137.9
118.5
159.0
147.1
112.0
141.0
133.5
121.0
117.4
109.3
110.3
104.8
103.8
141.7
111.4
146.7
98.8

123.0
139.2
118.5
159.0
147.1
112.0
141.0
133.5
129.2
119.0
109.6
110.6
107.0
1 03.8
1 42.5
1 12.1
1 4 7 .3
0 8 .8

123.0
139.2
118.5
159.0

4.4
6.6
8.5
10.8

.0
0
0
0

(3)
112.0
141.0
133.5
129.2
119.1
109.6
110.6
107.2
104.8
142.5
112.1
147.3
98.8

(3)
4.0
5.2
2.5
4.5
3.1
3.1
3.0
3.2
5.3
4.9
4.9
4.1
0

353 1-8
3531-831
3531-841

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6

126.5
145.2
111.8

1 2 ’6.6
14 6.2
11 1.8

126.6
146.2

6.8
1.7

353

C o n stru ctio n m a c h in e ry ............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
O ff hw y w h e e l tra c to rs .................................................................................................
O ff hw y w h ee l tra cto rs, inclu din g w h ee le d log skid d e rs a nd
ru b be r-tired d o z e r s ............................................................................................
T ra ckla yin g t r a c to r s ........................................................................................................
P a rts / atta ch, fo r tra ckla ying tra cto rs, o ff-h w y w h e e l tra cto rs,
tra c to r sh ove l lo a d e r s ...........................................................................................
P a rts / a tta ch, fo r tra ckla ying tra cto rs, o ff-h w y w h e e l tra cto rs,
tra c to r sh ove l lo a d e r s .......................................................................................
P ow er cra n es, e xcava tors, a nd dragline s, incl. p a rts / a t t a c h .......................
C ran es ............................................................................................................................
C a ble o p e ra te d c r a n e s .........................................................................................
H ydraulic c r a n e s ......................................................................................................
E x c a v a to r s ....................................................................................................................
H yd ra ulic o p e ra te d e x c a v a to r s ..........................................................................
F ro n t e nd a tta ch m e n ts fo r p o w e r cra n es, dra gline s, a nd e x ca va to rs ....
P arts fo r p o w e r cra n es, dragline s, and e x c a v a to rs .......................................
M ixers, pavers, a nd re la ted equip, excl. p arts ....................................................
C o ncrete e q u ip m e n t..................................................................................................
M ixers .........................................................................................................................
B itum inous e q u ip m e n t...............................................................................................
O th e r b itum inous equip, incl. re c la im e rs /p la n e rs and stab, m ixers ....
T ra c to r shovel lo aders excluding p a rts / a tta c h m e n ts ......................................
W h e el t y p e ....................................................................................................................
W h e el sh ovel loader, 4 w h ee l dr., up to 3 1 / 2 cu. yd. c a p a c ity .........
S kid stee r, 4 w h ee l drive ....................................................................................
S cra pe rs, g raders, rollers, o ff-h w y tru c k s /h a u le rs , a nd a tta ch, fo r
m o u n tin g ....................................................................................................................
R ollers, all typ e s incl. s e lf-p ro p e lle d v ib ra to ry c o m p a c to rs ........................
C o nstructio n m a ch ine ry fo r m o u ntin g o n tra cto rs, sh o ve l loaders, etc.
A ll o th e r m a ch ine ry fo r m o u ntin g incl. fo rklifts, logg in g arch es,
sid eb o om s, pipe h an d lers, e tc ......................................................................
O ff-h w y e q u ip m e n t......................................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s co nstr. m a ch ./e q u ip ., incl. o th e r co n str. m a ch ine ry p arts
P a rts / a tta c h m e n ts fo r co n str. m a c h ./ equip, excl. cra n es, d raglines,
sh ove ls, tr a c to r s ..................................................................................................
S old to o .e .m .............................................................................................................
S old fo r r e p la c e m e n t/re p a ir...............................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s co n stru ctio n m a ch ine ry a nd e q u ip m e n t ...............................
C o n tin u o u s d itc h e rs / tre n ch e rs, s e lf-p ro p e lle d ...........................................
P orta b le crushing, scre e nin g , o r w a shing p la n ts and co m b in a tio n s ...
S n o w cle arin g a tta c h m e n ts fo r m o u ntin g .....................................................
A ll o th e r m iscellan eo u s c o nstru ctio n m a c h in e ry .........................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O th e r secon da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................

3531

M ining m achinery and e q u ip m e n t.........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
U nderground m ining m a c h in e ry .................................................................................
Crushing, pulverizing, and scre e nin g m a c h in e ry .................................................
C rushers, statio n ary types, including skid -m o u nte d (gyratory, im pact,
jaw , and r o ll) .........................................................................................................
D rills and o th e r m ining m achinery, e xc e p t p a r ts .................................................
All o th e r m ining m a ch ine ry and e quipm ent, in cluding im pa ct b reakers .
P arts and a tta chm en ts fo r m ining m a chinery and e q u ip m e n t.......................
P arts a nd a tta ch m e n ts fo r m ining m a ch ine ry so ld se pa ra tely,
e xclud in g drill b i t s ...............................................................................................
A ll o th e r m ining drill b i t s ..........................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
C o n stru ctio n m a ch ine ry ...........................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................

3532

O ilfie ld a nd g asfie ld m a ch ine ry a nd e q u ip m e n t..............................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R otary o ilfie ld and g asfield drilling m a chinery and e q u ip m e n t......................

3533

3 5 3 1 -P
3531-1

(3)

(3)

(3)
0
0
0
0
.1
0
0
.2
1.0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)
3.2

(3)
(3)
.1

3 53 1 -8 4 1 6 6
3531-851
353 1-9

0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0

106.1
116.8
123.5

10(3.1
(3),
123 .5

(3)
(3)
123.6

3 53 1-9A
3531-98411
3531-98611
3531-911
3 5 3 1 -91 1 02
3 5 3 1 -91 1 05
3 531-91 1 06
3 531-91 1 08
3 53 1 -SM
3 53 1 -M
3 53 1 -Z 89
3 53 1 -S
3 53 1 -SSS

0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6

105.2
122.2
114.6
104.3
145.3
139.6
123.4
105.5

1 0 5 .2
1 2 2 .2
1 1 4 .6
104.1?
145.£»
136.7
123.8
105.5

105.2

3.3

(3)
114.6
104.4
145.3
141.8
123.8
105.5

(3)
2.6
3.0
2.0
5.7
3.1
1.5

1 2 /8 0
0 8 /8 4
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6

165.0
120.9
142.4
94.3

172.0
126.0
146.0
97.1

172.0
126.0
145.8
96.9

8.1
8.1
4.7
5.0

0
0
-.1
-.2

3 532-P
3 532-5
3532-7

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

123.6
125.4
134.6
133.0

124.4
126.3
135.6
136.0

124.6
126.6
135.6
136.5

3.2
3.3
2.0
8.9

.2
.2
0
.4

3532-727
3532-8
3532-898
3 53 2-9

0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
1 2/81
0 6 /8 1

140.6
121.6
122.2
117.5

143.5
121.7
122.2
118.3

144.4
121.7
122.2
118.7

6.1
6.7
7.4
2.4

.6
0
0
.3

3 5 3 2-97 5
3532-991
3532-S M
3532-M
3 53 2-Z 89
3532-S
3 5 3 1 -S
3 53 2-S S S

0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7

120.7
105.6

121.(5
1 05 .7

121.9
107.8

2.7
-.4

.2
2.0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

116.3
120.8
115.9
114.9
114.6

1 16.8
121.3
116.1
115.4
114.6

115.8
120.3
116.5
.115.9
1 14.9

2.4
2.4
3.0
2.4
3.3

-.9
-.8
.3
.4
.3

3533-P
3533-1

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6

126.7
122.8
110.1

127.9
123.9
111.9

1.28.0
1124.0
1112.2

2.2
2.2
4.5

.1
.1
.3

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 9892

93

0
(3)
0
.2
0
3.7
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry a nd p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
1 98 9 2

O ilfie ld a n d g a sfie ld m a ch in e ry a nd e q u ip m e n t— C o ntin u ed
R o ta ry d rilling su rfa ce e q u ip m e n t..........................................................................
E le vato rs, sp ide rs, slips, h ooks, links;, c o n n e c t o r s ....................................
O th e r ro tary d rilling su rface m achine ry and e qu ip m e nt including
ke lly jo in ts ......................................... .................................................................
R o tary d rilling su bsu rfa ce e q u ip m e n t...................................................................
B i t s ................................................................................................................................
T u n g sten -ca rb id e in sert b i t s ............................................................................
S te e l-to o th e d b its ................................................................................................
O th e r su bsu rfa ce d rilling e q u ip m e n t.................................................................
O th e r su bsu rfa ce d rilling equ ip m e m t in cluding su bse a drilling
r is e r s .................................................................................................................
O th e r o ilfie ld and g asfie ld drilling m achin e ry and e q u ip m e nt and p arts ....
O ilfie ld and gasfie ld p ro du ction m a c h in e ry and e q u ip m e n t............................
O n-la nd and o ffs h o re b o tto m su pp ort w e llh e a d e q u ip m e n t......................
C asing a nd tu b in g h ea d s a nd s u p p o rts .........................................................
R o d liftin g m a ch ine ry a nd e q u ip m e n t - ssurface and s u b s u rfa c e ...............
S u cke r r o d s ................................................................................................................
P erm a n e n t p a cke rs and a c c e s s o rie s ...................................................................
S ep a ratin g , m etering , a nd tre a tin g equ ip m e n t fo r oil a nd g as (lo ca te d
o n w e ll s it e ) ............................................................................................................
P arts fo r o il a nd g a s fie ld p ro d u ctio n m a c h in e ry and to o ls, so ld
s e p a r a t e ly ...............................................................................................................
O th e r oil a nd g as fie ld p ro d u ctio n m a c h in e ry a nd t o o l s .............................
D rilling r i g s ...........................................................................................................................
O ilfie ld a nd g asfie ld d e rricks a nd w e ll s u rv e y in g m a c h in e ry ..........................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s re « s e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................................................................
O th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ..................................................................................
R e s a le s ............................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................................
V alves and f it t in g s .......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................
Pum ps and pum ping e q u ip m e n t............................................................................

Nov.
1 98 9 2

Nov. 1988

O ct. 1989

3533-11
3 53 3-115

106.6
140.7

106.6
140.7

106.6
141.0

5.1
12.9

0
.2

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6

118.6
113.2
148.9
150.2
148.8
98.4

118.6
116.6
154.7
155.1
158.1
100.5

118.6
117.2
155.7
156.0
160.2
100.5

14.8
3.9
4.8
3.9
7.7
3.0

0
.5
.6
.6
1.3
0

353 3-14903
3533-2
3533-3
3533-31
3 5 3 3-31 3
353 3-35
3 5 3 3-35 7
3 5 3 3-36 2

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

96.5
101.9
118.5
125.6
110.4
103.6
83.3
123.3

100.0
101.9
118.8
127.9
115.6
103.6
83.3
123.3

100.0

5.2

(3)
118.8
126.8
113.0
1 03.6
83.3
123.3

(3)
1.6
1.4
3.9
4.2
1.5
-3 .6

0
-.9
-2 .2
0
0
0

3533-371

1 2 /8 0

119.4

118.4

118.3

5.4

-.1

353 3 -3 8 2
3 5 3 3-39 8
353 3-5
353 3-9
3533-SM
3533-M
3 533-X 98
3 53 3-Z 89
3533-S
3 494-S
3533-S S S
3 56 1 -S

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

104.4
106.8
100.5
90.5

104.4
106.4
100.5
90.5

104.4
107.1
100.5
90.5

1.0
1.0
0
0

0
.7
0
0

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 9 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

156.7
133.3
154.0
123.4
113.9
125.6
112.0

158.9
139.2
154.8
125.0
116.0
125.6
116.6

158.9
139.2
154.8
125.0
115.7
125.6
116.6

1.6
4.4
.8
2.1
3.2
.9
4.1

0
0
0
0
-.3
0
0

3534-P
3534-1
3 5 3 4-10 5
3 5 3 4-11 2
353 4 -1 1 4
353 4 -1 1 4 1 5

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

118.5
117.2
116.8
107.3
113.3
150.8
108.8

120.0
118.4
118.1
109.6
113.9
151.5
109.4

120.2
118.7
118.4
109.4
115.3
154.7
112.7

3.0
2.8
2.7
2.5
2.9

.2
.3
.3
-.2
1.2
2.1
3.0

3534

C o nve yo rs a nd co n ve yin g e q u ip m e n t..................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ...................................................................................................................
U n it h an dlin g c o n ve yo rs and co n ve yin g system s, e x c e p t h o ists and farm
e le v a to r s ......................................................................................................................
G ra vity co n v e y o rs (ska te w h e e l -and r o lle r ) ......................................................
T ro lle y c o n ve yo rs (o ve rhe a d sys it e m s ) ...............................................................
L igh t to m e d ium d u t y ..............................................................................................
P o w ere d c o n ve yo rs (b e lt a nd r o l l e r ) ...................................................................
L igh t to m e d ium d u t y ..............................................................................................
H e avy d u t y .................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r co nve yors, su ch a s p « a lle t.....................................................................
P arts and a ccesso rie s fo r u nit h a n d lin g c o nve yors and conve yin g
system s (sold se pa ra tely) ....................................................................................
B ulk m aterial h andling conveyors; a n d co nveying system s, e x c e p t hoists
and farm e le v a to r s ..................................................................................................
C o nve yo rs and e le v a to r s ..........................................................................................
B elt co nv e y o rs and s y s te m s ...............................................................................
S cre w c o n v e y o r s ......................................................................................................
B u cke t e le v a to r s .......................................................................................................
P ne um atic c o n v e y o r s ..............................................................................................
P ortable co nve yors, e x c e p t f a r m ......................................................................
V ib ratin g c o n v e y o r s .................................................................................................
A ll o th e r co nv e y o rs and e le v a to rs , such as apron, flight, and drag ...
U nloading and re claim ing s y s t e m s .......................................................................
V ibrating f e e d e r s ......................................................................................................
Loading and storin g s y s te m .s .................................................................................
P arts and access, fo r bulk m a te ria l h a n dlin g c o nve yors and co nveying
system s, sold s e pa ra tely ......................................................................................
B elt co n v e y o r id le r s .....................................................................................................
A ll o th e r parts, a tta c h m e n ts , and a ccesso rie s, sold s e p a ra te ly ...............
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ........................................................................................................

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0

3533-121
3 533-14
3533-141
3533-14101
353 3-14102
353 3-149

E le vato rs and m oving stairw ays .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ...................................................................................................................
E le vato rs and m oving stairw ays, p arts and a tta c h m e n ts ...............................
G e a re d e le c tric p a sse n g e r e leva tors;, e x c e p t re sid e n ce l i f t s .....................
H yd ra ulic p a sse n g e r e le v a to r s ................................................................................
F re ig h t e le v a t o r s ...........................................................................................................
H yd ra ulic fre ig h t e le v a to rs ...................................................................................
O th e r n on -fa rm e le va to rs, incl. s id e w a lk elev., d um b w a iters, m an
lifts, re sid e n ce lifts, e tc .......................................................................................
P arts a nd a tta c h m e n ts fo r e le va to r s and m o vin g stairw a ys (sold
s e p a ra te ly )..............................................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................................................................

3 53 5




O ct.
1 98 9 2

(3)
(3)

0
(3)

353 4 -1 9 6

0 6 /8 1

131.9

132.5

132.5

1.1

0

353 4 -1 9 7
353 4-M

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

141.5
120.9

144.0
123.7

144.0
123.7

1.8
4.7

0
0

3535-P

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

113.0
112.5

113.4
113.0

113.5
113.2

3.7
4.2

.1
.2

353 5-3
3535-311
353 5-31 2
3535-31211
3 5 3 5-31 4
3535-31411
353 5 -3 1 4 1 2
353 5-317

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

108.5
108.0
108.9
102.7
106.4
107.8
104.4
115.0

108.9
108.0
108.9
102.7
106.7
108.2
104.4
115.0

109.0
108.7
108.9
102.7
106.8
108.4
104.4
115.0

2.8
3.3
2.7

.1
.6
0
0
.1
.2
0
0

(3)
2.3
2.2
(3)
1.8

3535-4

0 6 /8 4

124.2

126.8

126.8

5.8

0

3535-5
3535-511
3535-51111
3535-51 1 12
353 5-51113
3535-51 1 14
3535-51 1 15
353 5-51117
3535-51 1 18
3 53 5-512
3535-51 2 12
3 535-513

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 8 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 8 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 9 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 4

112.5
112.7
115.6
108.8
112.2
117.9
102.3
95.7
109.0
116.3
106.8
104.8

112.9
113.2
116.3
108.8
112.2
117.9
102.3
95.7
110.0
116.3
106.8
104.8

113.0
113.3
116.6
108.8
112.2
117.9
102.3
95.7
110.0
116.3
106.8
104.8

4.3
5.0
5.4

(3)
(3)
.4

.1
.1
.3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3 535-6
3535-611
3 5 3 5-61 3
3 535-S M
3 535-M
353 5-S

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

120.8
121.9
120.5

120.9
121.9
120.8

121.5
121.9
121.6

7.5
7.9
7.2

.5
0
.7

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

110.2
121.0

110.2
121.0

(3)
121.2

(3)
1.4

(3)
.2

94

(3)
.3
(3)
(3)
(3)
2.0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n adjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Nov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base

H o ists, cra n e s a n d m o n o ra ils ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
H o is t s ..................................................................................................................................
H a nd chain hoists, ra tc h e t lever, and w ire rope p u lle r s ..............................
E le ctric chain h oists (roller and lin k ) ...................................................................
E le ctric w ire rope h o is t s ..........................................................................................
O th e r h o is t s ..................................................................................................................
P arts and a tta c h m e n ts fo r h oists (sold s e p a ra te ly )......................................
O verhe a d tra veling cra n es and m onorail s y s te m s ............................................
C ranes, e x c e p t co n stru ctio n p ow er c r a n e s ......................................................
E le ctric overhe ad tra veling cranes ..................................................................
Single to p running b ridge t y p e ......................................................................
Double to p running bridge t y p e ....................................................................
U n de r running bridge t y p e ..............................................................................
O the r overhe ad tra veling c ra n e s ......................................................................
P arts and a tta chm en ts fo r cra n es and m onorail system s (sold
s e p a ra te ly )............................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

O ct. 1989

109.4
111.0
113.1
120.3
118.8
108.1
111.3
113.4
108.4
109.9
109.9
101.7
110.0
115.2
110.2

109.4
111.0
113.1
120.3
118.8
108.1
111.3
113.4
108.4
109.9
109.9
101.7
110.0
115.2
110.2

1.7
1.9
1.4
1.7
3.5
0
1.9
.3
2.7
3.5
3.6
.9
3.6
1.9
2.4

0.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1 2 /8 4

99.9

101.3

101.3

1.5

0

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

104.0
101.1

104.0
101.1

(3)
101.1

(3)
.1

(3)
0

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

130.4
129.8
125.3
124.2
123.9
118.0
125.3
144.9
118.4
120.5
147.1
141.9
99.6
113.6

131.2
130.6
126.3
125.7
125.4
118.3
126.7
148.7
119.1
121.1
148.7
143.4
99.6
113.9

131.9
131.2
127.0
127.0
126.7
119.2
129.0
148.7
122.3
121.4
148.7
143.4
99.6
113.9

5.2
4.6
3.4
4.7
4.7
4.3
5.9
2.8
6.7
3.8
1.1
1.1
-.1
8.5

.5
.5
.6
1.0
1.0
.8
1.8
0
2.7
.2
0
0
0
0

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /7 9

118.7
99.4
125.6

119.3
99.9
125.6

122.2
102.3

14.3
5.9

2.4
2.4

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 5 4 1 -P
3541-1
3 54 1-2
354 1 -2B
3541-261
3 54 1-26152
3541-4

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

120.1
118.8
107.6
112.2
110.2
109.8
113.4
132.8

121.6
120.3
107.6
113.1
111.1
110.0
113.7
134.4

122.9
121.8
107.6
115.6
113.6
113.4
117.1
134.4

5.4
5.2
4.5
4.0
3.9
3.3
3.3
3.7

1.1
1.2
0
2.2
2.3
3.1
3.0
0

3 54 1 -4A

0 6 /8 3

140.6

140.6

140.6

5.7

0

3541-401

0 6 /8 3

140.6

140.6

140.6

5.7

0

3 54 1 -4B
3541-409
3541-40911

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8

132.5
141.0
117.1

134.1
143.3
121.2

134.1
143.3
121.2

3.6
2.1
4.5

0
0
0

3541-423
3541-431
3541-452

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 7 /8 3

132.5
108.1
116.8

133.1
108.1
122.5

133.1
108.1
122.5

6.6
8.0
10.5

0
0
0

3541-492
3541-5

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

132.4
108.5

132.7
108.1

132.7
110.5

2.6
6.1

0
2.2

354 1-519
3541-51911

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

100.8
95.7

100.1
97.2

101.7
97.3

2.6
2.5

1.6
.1

3 54 1-528
354 1-52824
3 54 1-59
3 5 4 1 -59B
354 1-6
354 1 -6B
3541-7
3541-71
354 1-716
3541-71611
3 54 1-71613
354 1-71615
3 54 1-732

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

102.9
100.5
115.7
115.9
113.0
113.0
126.1
112.6
115.5
125.3
102.7
117.0
135.5

102.7
100.3
115.7
115.9
113.7
113.7
128.4
112.9
115.9
125.3
102.7
118.2
139.3

103.3
100.8
120.0
120.2
113.7
113.7
131.1
112.8
115.8
125.3
102.7
118.0
144.1

9.3
9.3
9.1
9.1
3.0
3.0
5.9
5.6
5.7
8.7
.0
7.4
6.7

.6
.5
3.7
3.7
0
0
2.1
-.1
-.1
0
.0
-.2
3.4

3541

3536-P
3536-1
3536-111
3536-113
3 53 6-116
3 536-138
3 536-145
3536-2
3536-21
3 536-212
3 536-21207
3 53 6-21208
3 536-21209
3536-216
3 536-26
3536-SM
3536-M
3536-S

3537-P
3537-1
3 53 7-1 A
353 7-13
3 537-136
3 53 7-13 7
353 7 -1 3 8
3537-111
3537-123
3 537-16
3 537-165
3 537-197
353 7-3
3 537-S M
3 537-M
3 53 7-Z 89
353 7-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov. 1988

108.5
109.9
112.0
119.7
116.3
108.1
109.7
113.1
107.1
108.2
108.2
100.3
108.9
115.2
107.9

3537

M a ch in e too ls, m e tal cu ttin g t y p e s ......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B oring m a c h in e s .............................................................................................................
D rilling m a c h in e s ............................................................................................................
A ll d rilling m a ch ine s va lue d a t $ 25 00 e a ch o r m o r e ....................................
M u ltip le sp ind le drilling m a c h in e s ....................................................................
A djusta ble jo in t and fixe d ce nte r t y p e s .....................................................
G rinding, polishing, buffing, honing, and lapping m a c h in e s ...........................
A ll grinding, polishing, buffing, honing, and lapping m a chines va lue d
u nd er $ 25 00 .........................................................................................................
A ll grinding, polishing, buffing, honing, and lapping m achines
v a lue d u nd er $ 25 00 e a c h ...........................................................................
A ll grinding, polishing, buffing, honing, and lapping m a ch ine s valued
a t $ 25 00 e ach o r m o r e ....................................................................................
E xternal cylin d rica l grinding m a c h in e s ...........................................................
Plain, in cluding a ng ular w h ee l t y p e s ...........................................................
Internal cylindrical grinding m achines, including ce nte rle s s plain
and ch uckin g t y p e ..........................................................................................
S urfa ce grinding m achines, all ty p e s ..............................................................
T o o l and c u tte r g rin ding m a c h in e s ..................................................................
A ll o th e r grinding m achines, n.e.c., including threa d grinding
m a c h in e s ...........................................................................................................
T u rn ing m a ch ine s (lathes), all t y p e s .......................................................................
H o rizontal n um erically c o n tro lle d turning m achines, va lued a t $ 2500
e ach o r m o r e ........................................................................................................
H o rizo n ta l sp ind le n um erically co n tro lle d turning m achines, s m a ll.....
V ertical n um erically co n tro lle d turning m achines, va lue d a t $ 25 00
each o r m o r e ........................................................................................................
V ertical sp ind le turning m a c h in e s ....................................................................
N o n-num erically co n tro lle d turning m a c h in e s ..................................................
A ll la the s (turning m achines) va lued a t $ 25 00 each o r m o r e ...............
M illin g m a c h in e s .............................................................................................................
A ll m illin g m a ch ine s va lue d a t $ 2 5 0 0 e a ch o r m o r e ....................................
O th e r m etal cu ttin g type m a ch ine t o o l s .................................................................
M achining c e n te rs .......................................................................................................
Drill, mill, bore, horizontal (a u to m a tic to o l c h a n g e ) ...................................
Y - axis tra vel less tha n 27 in c h e s .............................................................
Y - axis tra vel 27 in ches throu g h 4 0 in c h e s ............................................
Y - axis tra vel o v e r 40 in c h e s .......................................................................
S ta tio n type m a c h in e s ..............................................................................................

Nov.
198 9 2

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

3536

Industrial tru cks and t r a c to r s ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Industrial tru c k s and tra cto rs, m otorized and hand p o w e re d ........................
Inte rn al c o m b u stio n tru cks and t r a c to r s ............................................................
Inte rn al co m b u stio n t r u c k s ..................................................................................
Inte rn al co m b u stio n tru c k s u nd er 6 00 0 Ib. c a p a c it y .............................
Internal co m b ustio n trucks, 6 000 - 14,999 Ib. c a p a c ity ......................
Inte rn al co m b u stio n tru cks, o ve r 14,999 Ib. c a p a c it y ...........................
M o to rize d h a n d tr u c k s ...............................................................................................
O p e ra tor-rid in g e le c tric t r u c k s ...............................................................................
H a nd lift trucks, handtrucks, trailers, and d o llie s .............................................
O th e r handtrucks, trailers, and d ollies ...........................................................
A ll o th e r industrial tru c k s and tr a c to r s ...............................................................
Parts, a tta chm en ts, and accesso rie s fo r industrial tru c k s and t r a c to r s .....
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

* 2
O o>

July
19892

95

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nad ju sted
p e rc e n t ch an ge
to N ov. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Ind u stry
co d e

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
Ju ly
1 9892

M a ch ine too ls, m etal cu ttin g type s— C o ntin u ed
Dial o r rotary, tru nn io n a nd c e n te r c o lu m n ...................................................
T r a n s fe r .....................................................................................................................
O th e r m etal cu ttin g m a ch ine t o o l s ......................................................................
A ll o th e r m etal cu ttin g m achine too ls, n.e.c. va lued a t $ 25 00 each
o r m o r e ..............................................................................................................
S aw ing and c u to ff m a c h in e s ..........................................................................
M iscellan eo u s m etal cutting m a chine t o o l s .............................................
P arts fo r m etal cu ttin g type m achine too ls, sold separately, and
re b uilt m achine to o ls ............................................................................................
P arts fo r m etal cu ttin g type m a ch ine too ls, so ld s e p a ra te ly ......................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk a nd o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

Nov.
19892

N ov. 1988

O ct. 1989

3541-73231
3 54 1 -7 3 2 3 5
3 541-79

119.4
148.3
116.7

3.9
6.9
3.3

3.6
3.4
.2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

116.1
118.1
135.5

116.6
118.1
135.5

116.8
118.1
135.5

2.9
.9
5.6

.2
0
0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

116.1
116.2

118.4
117.2

119.0
118.0

4.9
3.9

.5
.7

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

130.8
128.7
115.9
123.2

134.5
134.9
116.0
123.5

134.5
134.9
116.0
123.7

13.8
23.5
2.0
2.7

0
0
0
.2

3 542-P
3542-1
3542-131
3 54 2-13 1 18
354 2-2
3542-211
3542-21111
3 54 2 -2 1 1 1 2
3 5 4 2-21 2

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 6
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

126.7
128.3
117.4
116.3
108.2
123.4
118.8
137.4
123.0
134.8

1 28.3
130.2
117.4
116.3
108.2
123.7
119.2
140.4
123.3
134.8

128.3
130.2
117.4
116.3
108.2
123.7
119.2
140.4
123.3

4.1
4.9
1.5
1.6
3.3
3.2
3.9
17.8
7.6

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

140.1
139.2

140.1
139.2

140.1
139.2

0 6 /8 1

124.8

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

109.7
109.5
109.5
108.5
114.2

109.9
109.8
109.8
108.9
114.3

109.9
109.8
109.8
108.9
114.3

3 54 3

3 544

M a ch ine to o l a c c e s s o rie s ........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S m a ll cu ttin g to o ls fo r m a ch ine to o l