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Producer Price Indexes
Data for March 1990
U S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics




U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Elizabeth Dole, Secretary

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

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Producer Price Indexes
Data for March 1990
Contents
Price movements, March 1990 ......................................

Page
1

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
7. Producer price indexes by durability
of product......................................................... 184

4

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

5

9. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for selected telephone
services.............................................................. 186
10. Producer price indexes for material
inputs to construction industries..............

185

187

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..............

11. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for the net output of industry
by stage of p ro cess...................................... 188

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
dem and.............................................................. 189

6. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for commodity groupings
and individual item s...................................... 138




13. Experimental price indexes and percent
changes for the computer industry.........

190

Technical n o tes......................................................... 191




Scheduled Release Dates

Producer Price Index data are scheduled for initial release on the following dates:

Index month

Release date

Index month

Release date

April

May 11

July

August 10

May

June 14

August

September 14

June

July 13

September

October 12

Price Movements
March 1990

The Producer Price Index for Finished Goods dropped 0.2
percent seasonally adjusted from February to March. This
decline followed an unchanged index in February and a
1.8-percent jump in January. The Intermediate Goods Price
Index showed no change in March after dropping 0.7 per­
cent a month earlier and climbing 1.2 percent in January.
The Crude Goods Price Index, which slowed to a 0.4-percent
rise in February after a 2.4 percent advance in January,
decreased 1.4 percent in March. (See table A.)
Among finished goods, consumer food prices turned down
after five consecutive monthly increases. The index for
finished energy goods also fell, although not as much as in
February. Prices for finished goods other than foods and
energy rose 0.3 percent over the month, about the same as
in other recent months.
Before seasonal adjustment, the Producer Price Index for
Finished Goods moved down 0.3 percent in March to 117.0
(1982 = 100). From March 1989 to March 1990, the Finished
Goods Price Index increased 4.4 percent. During this same
period, consumer food prices moved up 4.9 percent, the in­
dex for energy goods climbed 7.4 percent, and prices for
other kinds of finished goods rose 3.8 percent. The In­
termediate Goods Price Index moved up 0.8 percent during
the 12 months ended in March 1990, almost entirely because

of a 6.2-percent advance in prices for intermediate energy
goods. The Crude Goods Price Index rose 2.3 percent over
the year, paced by a 7.1-percent jump in the index for crude
energy materials; crude foodstuff prices were up slightly (1.3
percent) in the past 12 months, while prices for basic in­
dustrial materials were 5.0 percent lower than a year earlier.
Finished goods

Finished consumer goods. The Producer Price Index for
finished consumer goods fell 0.3 percent seasonally adjusted
in March, after moving down 0.2 percent a month earlier.
The index for consumer foods turned down 0.6 percent
following a 0.9-percent increase in February. Fresh vegetable
prices declined 25.5 percent in March after soaring in both
January and February, as prices turned down sharply for
tomatoes, celery, and cabbage; prices for lettuce and snap
beans also fell but less than in February. Beef and veal prices
dropped 2.9 percent after moving up 1.4 percent in February.
Roasted coffee prices declined more than in other recent
months. Price increases slowed for processed fruits and
vegetables, processed chickens, fresh fruits, bakery products,
confectionery products, and pasta. In contrast, prices turned
up after falling a month earlier for eggs, processed turkeys,

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

Energy

Except foods
and energy

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

Intermediate
goods

Crude
goods

Total

1989:
March..........................................................
April........................... ......................................
M ay..... ............................................................
June..................................................... ...........
July
..... ....................................................
August ...... ....................................................
September ...... ................................................
October ..........................................................
November........................................................
December.........................................................
1990:
January ...........................................................
February..........................................................
March

Foods

0.4
.6
.7
.1
-.4
-.3
.5
.1
.6

0.6
-.5
.5
-.6
.2
.3
-.3
1.4
.8
.7

1.3
7.5
2.5
-2.3
-3.3
-6.9
6.6
.2
-2.9
1.6

0.2
.1
.6
.7
-.2
.5
.4
.2
.2
.4

5.5
5.6
6.2
6.1
5.1
4.3
4.6
5.0
4.6
4.8

0.6
.5
.1
-.3
-.2
-.3
.4
.2
-.2
.1

1.7
1.0
0
-1.1
.2
-2.3
1.2
.3
.6
1.4

1.8
0
-.2

2.1
.9
-.6

13.6
-5.0
-2.4

.1
.4
.3

5.8
5.1
4.4

1.2
-.7
0

2.4
.4
-1.4

i

1 Data for November 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
_____________________________ _______________
Crude goods

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

Foods

Energy
(unadj.)

Except
foods
and energy

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

Foods

Energy

Except
foods
and energy

JU|y
............................
August
........................................................
September .....................................................
October ............................................... ............
November
.................................................
December .....................................................

1.1
-1.1
-1.4
-1.9
1.4
-.4
-.1
-.2
.8
-.4

2.1
3.9
.5
-.4
-1.7
-1.7
2.5
.8
-1.4
2.5

0.3
.1
.2
-.2
-.2
-.1
.1
.1
-.1
-.3

6.5
6.4
6.0
4.9
4.0
3.3
3.4
3.4
2.8
2.4

2.0
-2.4
-1.2
-1.1
-.6
.7
-.6
0
2.2
2.1

2.1
5.2
1.3
-1.0
1.8
-6.8
3.5
.7
.4
2.1

0.4
-.1
-.3
-1.6
-1.2
1.0
.4
.1
-2.5
-2.0

9.7
9.2
9.2
6.3
6.8
4.3
5.8
6.5
8.6
6.9

1990:
January
..................................................
February .......................................................
March .........................................................

.3
-.9
.4

8.8
-6.0
-1.0

.1
.1
.3

2.5
1.4
.8

1.0
1.0
.3

5.0
.1
-4.6

.2
-.8
2.0

5.2
5.6
2.3

Month

1989:
March
April
May

........................................................
............................................................
..........................................................

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

and milled rice. Prices rose more than a month earlier for
shortening and cooking oils, fish, soft drinks, and pork. Price
declines slowed for dairy products.
The index for finished energy goods fell 2.4 percent in
March following a 5.0-percent decline in the previous month.
Home heating oil prices increased 10.6 percent after falling
a record 30.2 percent in February. Gasoline prices fell 2.8
percent, slightly more than a month before. The index for
natural gas turned down 2.5 percent after inching up slightly
a month earlier.
The index for consumer goods other than foods and energy
rose 0.2 percent in March following a 0.6 percent advance
in February. This slowdown was due in part to a downturn
in prices for women’s apparel, pharmaceutical preparations,
and newpapers. Prices fell more than a month earlier for
passenger cars and household flatware. Price increases slowed
for men’s apparel and textile housefurnishings. The indexes
for tobacco products and mobile homes were unchanged after
substantial advances in February. In contrast, prices turned
up after falling in the previous month for sanitary papers,
light trucks, tires and tubes, cosmetics, and costume jewelry.
Prices continued to rise considerably for alcoholic beverages,
gold jewelry, children’s apparel, and floor coverings.
Capital equipment. The Producer Price Index for capital
equipment increased 0.4 percent in March after a 0.2-percent
rise a month earlier. Increases were registered for civilian
aircraft, ships, metal cutting machine tools, and integrating
and measuring instruments. Prices declined, however, for
railroad equipment.

plies, and Components showed no change in March on a
seasonally adjusted basis, following a sharp jump in January
and a downturn in February. The movement of this index
in each of these 3 months mirrored, in large part, the move­
ment of the energy goods index. (See table B.)
The intermediate energy index declined 1.0 percent, in the
wake of an 8.8-percent surge in January and a 6.0-percent
plunge in February. Prices for diesel fuel and residual fuels
turned up after falling the month before. Liquefied petroleum
gas prices fell sharply for the second consecutive month,
however, and decreases were also registered for jet fuels,
gasoline, and coke.
The index for intermediate goods other than foods and
energy rose 0.3 percent, after inching up 0.1 percent in each
of the 2 preceding months. The durable manufacturing
materials index advanced 0.7 percent, following a 0.5 per­
cent drop a month earlier. Prices rose for copper and brass
mill shapes, steel mill products, and primary zinc and lead,
but moved down for aluminum mill shapes and precious
metals. The materials for nondurable manufacturing index
was unchanged in March. Prices declined for industrial
chemicals, nitrogenates, processed yarns, synthetic fibers,
woodpulp, and paperboard. Higher prices were recorded for
plastic resins and synthetic rubber, however.
The construction materials and components index moved
up 0.2 percent. Prices increased for nonferrous wire and
cable, softwood lumber, prepared paints, and wiring devices.
Prices for copper pipes and tubes fell sharply, however.
Among other categories, advances took place for metal con­
tainers and aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment, while
declines prevailed for paper bags and boxes as well as un­
supported plastics. In the intermediate foods and feeds group­
ing, higher prices for crude vegetable oils more than offset

Intermediate goods

The Producer Price Index for Intermediate Materials, Sup­




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

2

for lead, zinc, and copper base scrap. Price decreases slowed
for aluminum base scrap and wastepaper. Raw cotton and
softwood log prices rose faster than in February. On the other
hand, cattle hide prices fell after rising sharply a month
earlier, and advances slowed for construction sand and
gravel.

dcreases for flour.
Crude goods

Following an increase of 0.4 percent in February, the Pro­
ducer Price Index for Crude Materials for Further Process­
ing fell 1.4 percent in March, seasonally adjusted. Energy
material prices turned down and price advances slowed for
foodstuffs, while prices for basic industrial materials increased
after dropping in February. (See table B.) The crude energy
materials index fell 4.6 percent after rising for 6 consecutive
months. Crude petroleum prices fell 7.5 percent following
a February increase of 0.9 percent and a January surge of 7.7
percent. The index for natural gas also turned down. Coal prices,
however, moved up substantially after dropping in February.
The crude foodstuffs and feedstuffs index rose 0.3 per­
cent, following 1.0 percent increases in both January and
February. Prices for fresh vegetables and hay turned down
after jumping in the preceding month, and wheat prices fell
faster than in the previous month. Price advances for live
chickens slowed markedly after soaring in February. Price
increases also slowed for cattle and fresh fruits. In contrast,
hog prices jumped nearly 15 percent following a modest in­
crease in February. Soybean and corn prices also advanced
more than in the month before. Price decreases slowed for
fluid milk, and raw cane sugar prices turned up.
The index for crude nonfood materials other than energy
rose 2.0 percent following a 0.8-percent decrease in
February. Prices turned up following decreases in the
previous month for ferrous scrap, nonferrous metal ores, and




Net output price indexes for mining and manufac­
turing industries

The Producer Price Index for the net output of total
manufacturing industries was unchanged in March at 112.2
(December 1984 = 100). (Net output price indexes are not
seasonaly adjusted.) The largest declines over the month were
those recorded for t e petroleum refmging industry group
(2.1 percent) and the tobacco manufactures industry group
(0.7 percent). The only increase greater than 0.5 percent was
the 0.1-percent advance for the primary metal industries
group index. Most other industry group indexes rose
moderately. From March 1989 to March 1990, the price in­
dex for the net output of the domestic manufacturing sector
moved up 3.4 percent.
The index for the net output of total mining industries fell
3.6 percent in March, reflecting a 5.2-percent drop in the
index for the oil and gas extraction industry group. In con­
trast, the metal mining industry group index advanced 4.8
percent over the month. During the last 12 months, the in­
dex for the net output of the domestic mining sector increased
4.3 percent.

3

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

o

Unadjusted index

c 2
o
0
0
C <
O

Grouping

Relative
importance
Dec.
19891

Unadjusted
percent change to
Mar. 1990 from :

Seasonally adjusted
percent change from:

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

Mar.
1989

Feb.
1990

Dec.
to
Jan.

Jan.
to
Feb.

Feb.
to
Mar.

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

100.000
74.554
25.878
1.777
24.101
48.676
33.310
15.366
25.446
6.690
18.756

114.9
113.2
120.1
115.3
120.4
109.9
104.3
119.6
120.8
122.0
120.3

117.4
116.3
124.4
153.4
122.2
112.4
107.9
119.3
121.4
123.0
120.9

117.0
115.8
124.1
140.5
122.8
111.7
107.1
119.2
121.8
123.4
121.1

4.4
4.7
4.9
9.5
4.5
4.6
5.7
2.2
3.7
3.6
3.5

-0.3
-.4
-.2
-8.4
.5
-.6
-.7
-.1
.3
.3
.2

1.8
2.5
2.1
27.0
.3
2.6
3.9
-.3
.2
.4
.2

0
-.2
.9
2.7
.7
-.6
-.9
0
.2
.2
.4

-0.2
-.3
-.6
-8.4
.2
-.4
-.6
.4
.4
.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
49.947
3.480
15.770
11.437
19.260
12.645
12.250
4.726
7.524
4.224
20.933
7.589
13.344
1.627
11.717

112.0
117.7
115.4
116.7
121.9
117.3
122.1
763
77.7
75.5
126.8
118.3
120.7
117.1
107.3
118.4

112.5
117.6
114.9
117.4
119.2
118.1
122 0
79.1
81.1
77.9
127.4
118.5
121.4
117.0
101.7
119.1

112.4
117.9
115.8
117.2
120.1
118.4
122.3
77.7
79.8
76.4
127.6
118.7
121.6
117.2
101.3
119.4

.8
-.7
3.9
-2.2
-4.5
2.3
1.5
6.1
6.4
6.0
2.6
.6
2.1
-.3
-16.3
2.3

-.1
.3
.8
-.2
.8
.3
.2
-1.8
-1.6
-1.9
.2
.2
.2
.2
-.4
.3

1.2
-.1
-.4
-.8
.1
.5
.2
8.9
8.6
9.1
.1
.3
.2
.3
1.7
.2

-.7
0
-.2
.6
-.5
.1
-6.1
-5.4
-6.5
.2
-.1
.2
-.2
-2.5
.2

0
.3
.6
0
.7
.3
.2
-1.1
-1.0
-1.3
.1
.2
.1
.2
.2
.2

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
41.939
58.061
42.154
38.941
3.214
15.907
8.095
7.812

102.6
109.9
93.5
96.0
90.9
143.0
84.9
83.1
87.0

106.9
114.4
97.6
100.8
95.8
144.3
87.2
86.0
88.7

105.6
115.2
95.0
97.8
92.6
145.6
85.9
84.3
87.8

2.3
1.3
3.0
3.4
2.8
11.1
2.5
2.4
2.6

-1.2
.7
-3.0
-3.3
.9
-1.5
-2.0
-1.0

2.4
1.0
3.5
.5
4.3
.5
1.9
2.5
1.5

.4
1.0
-.1
1.0
-.2
.2
.2
.2
.2

-1.4
.3
-2.7
-2.3
-3.5
1.1
-1.5
-2.0
-1.0

Finished goods, excluding foods................................................
Intermediate materials less foods and feeds..............................
Intermediate foods and feeds....................................................
Crude materials less agricultural products4 8 ..............................

6 74.122
7 94.893
7 5.107
9 56.211

113.1
111.9
113.2
92.8

115.0
112.6
111.0
97.1

114.7
112.5
111.4
94.4

4.3
1.0
-3.3
2.9

-.3
-.1
.4
-2.8

1.8
1.2
.3
3.6

-.3
-.7
-.9
-.1

-.1
0
.4
-2.9

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

6 9.202
6 90.798
6 65.352

64.6
123.0
123.8

69.0
125.1
126.4

66.9
125.1
126.3

7.4
4.2
4.3

-3.0
0
-.1

13.6
.6
.8

-5.0
.6
.6

-2.4
.1
0

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

6 64.920
6 39.474
6 24.108

124.0
125.9
130.5

125.2
127.5
133.4

125.3
127.5
133.5

3.8
4.0
5.0

.1
0
.1

.1
0
.2

.4
.6
.8

.3
.2
.2

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

7 12.354
7 87.646
7 82.539

76.0
119.5
120.0

78.8
119.5
120.1

77.4
119.7
120.3

6.2
.1
.0

-1.8
.2
.2

8.8
0
.1

-6.0
.1
.1

-1.0
.3
.3

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

9 40.528
9 59.472
9 17.533

76.9
115.8
134.3

82.5
118.3
131.3

78.7
119.7
134.3

7.1
-.6
-5.0

-4.6
1.2
2.3

5.0
.8
.2

.1
.4
-.8

-4.6
.8
2.0

-

2.7

Special groupings

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.

1 Comprehensive relative importance figures are computed once each
year in December.
2 Data for November 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.




4

Table 2. Producer price indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing
(1 9 8 2 = 1 0 0 unless otherw ise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to Mar. 1990
from:

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Com m odity
code
Nov.
19891

Feb.
19901

Mar.
1 9901

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from :
Dec.
to
Jan.

Jan.
to
Feb.

Feb.
to
Mar.

-0 .3

1.8

0

- 0.2

Mar.
1989

Feb.
1990

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

114.9

117.4

117.0

4.4

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

113.2

116.3

115.8

4.7

-.4

2.5

-.2

-.3

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

120.1

124.4

124.1

4.9

-.2

2.1

.9

-.6

113.0
95.8
134.5

112.0

112.5
148.9
128.9

-.9
20.3
-5.1

.4
- 21.1
13.1

3.9
58.0
12.5

8.0

2.0

188.7
114.0

23.3
-2 4 .0

-2 5 .5

137.4
104.5
110.9
108.7
104.5
104.7
113.1
140.1

140.2
105.0
110.7
113.7
108.8
117.7
104.3
160.6
115.0
126.6
139.3
123.2
109.7
120.9

5.3

.2

.7

2.6

1.7

.3
2.4

- 2.0

1.0

- 1.1
-5 .8

.9
-3 .3

117.5

139.9
103.2
109.6
113.7
107.8
109.7
95.1
156.4
117.1
125.7
138.2
121.3
110.7
116.9

109.9

112.4

111.7

Fresh f r u it s .....................................................................................................................................
Fresh and dried v e g e ta b le s ......................................................................................................
E g g s .............................................................................................................. ...................................
Bakery p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................................
M illed r i c e ........................................................................................................................................
Pasta products (June 1 9 8 5 —100)2 .........................................................................................
B eef and v e a l.................................................................................................................................
P o r k ...................................................................................................................................................
P rocessed young chickens .......................................................................................................
P rocessed turkeys 2 ......................................................................................................................
F is h ....................................................................................................................................................
Dairy p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................................
Processed fruits and vegetables 2 ................................................... ........................................
C onfe ction e ry end p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
S o ft drinks 2 .....................................................................................................................................
Roasted c o f f e e .............................................................................................................................
Shortening and cooking oils .....................................................................................................

01-11

01-13
01-7
02-11

02-13
02-14-02
0 2 -2 1 - 0 1
02-21-04
02-22-03
02-22-06
02-23
02-3
02-4
02-55
02-62
02-63-01
02-76

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

120.1

119.9
137.6
120.0
111.1

8.8

1.6

1.0

2.2

0

0

1.4

17.7
-5 .5
-7 .6
4.8
8.5

.9
7.3
9.7
2.7

.7

2.8

- 2.8
-1 1 .9
6.3

8.5
- 2.6

-2 .9
3.1
4.4
9.7

1.1

2.2

1.8

0

-2 .7

-1 .5
.7
.4

-

.7

1.4

2.6

2.1

.8

-.1

5.0

1.6

.7
1.4

- 8.2
2.5

-.9
3.4

1.4
-.9
-.2

.6

-2 .4
3.3

4.6

-.6

2.6

-.6

-.4

6.2

-.2

1.6

A lcoholic beverages 2 ...................................................................................................................

02-61

114.8

116.4

11 7.7

2.3

1.1

.4

1.2

1.1

W om en’s apparel .........................................................................................................................
M en’s and boys’ a p p a r e l............................................................................................................
G irls’, children’s, and infants’ a p p a r e l....................................................................................
T extile housefurnishings 2 ............................................................................................................

03-81-01
03-81-02
03-61-03
03-82

114.1
118.2

115.6

2.0

-.7

.8

.7

-.9

.8

.6

.2

115.2
109.0

4.1
5.0
3.2

.2

110.6

.7

2.9

1.1

1.0

108.0

114.8
120.5
116.0
109.1

.1

.1

.6

.1

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

04-3

122.5

124.7

124.5

3.9

-.2

0

.4

-.1

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

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

80.7
62.1
64.1

84.4
67.2
59.1

82.3
65.8
60.6

2 .2

3.2
16.7
25.3

.1

11.3
5.8

-2 5
- 2.1
2.5

-2 .3
-3 0 .2

-2 .5
- 2.8

Pharm aceutical preps, ethical (P re scrip tio n)........................................................................
Pharm aceutical preps,proprietary (O ve r-co u nte r)...............................................................
Soaps and synthetic detergents 2 .............................................................................................
Cosm etics and other toilet p re p a ra tio n s .............................. ................................................

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

190.0
153.4
116.1

195.9
154.6
116.4

196.4
154.5
116.5

8.9
2.5
-2 .7

.3

.3

1.8

-.6

-.1

.6

.1

-.6

.1

.1

.2

.1

120.8

122.1

122.2

2.6

.1

.4

-.6

.5

Tires, tubes, tread, etc ...............................................................................................................

07-12

97.1

96.0

97.2

.1

1.3

-.7

-1 .4

Sanitary papers and health p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
New spaper circulation ................................................................................................................
Periodical c ir c u la tio n ........................................................................................... ........................
Book publishing 2 ............................................................................................................................

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

132.9
137.3
146.0
147.5

133.2
142.2
149.7
148.8

134.1
141.3
149.4
148.8

9.5
4.4
5.2
4.1

.7

-.4

-.6

2.1

-.2

.3
.5

-.4
.9
.4
.5

Household fu r n itu re .......................................... ...........................................................................
Floor c o v e rin g s ..............................................................................................................................
Household appliances ................................................................................................................
Home electronic e q u ip m e n t......................................................................................................
Household g la s s w a re ...................................................................................................................
Household flatw are ......................................................................................................................
Lawn and garden equip., ex. tra c to r s .....................................................................................

12-1

123.4
117.4

124.0
118.1

110 0

110.8

83.2
137.9
127.1

12-66

122.1

82.9
139.3
127.5
122.4

124.0
118.8
110.7
82.8
139.2
121.7
122.4

2.7
1.3
2.9
-5 .9
6.3
-1 .3
3.6

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

14-11-01

119.4

116.5

115.6

.9

Toys, games, and children’s v e h ic le s .....................................................................................
Sporting and athletic g o o d s ......................................................................................................
T oba cco p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................................................
M obile hom es 2 ...............................................................................................................................
Jewelry, platinum, & karat g old 2 ...............................................................................................
Costum e jew elry and novelties 2 ...............................................................................................

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

117.9

12-3
12-4
12-5
12-62
12-64

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.




0

10.6

.7
-.8
0
0

0

.4

-.1

-.1

.6

-.2

.9

1.1

-.1

.2

-.1

-.2

-.1

0

-5 .0

-.1

-.1

.2

0

-1 .9

-3 .5

0

.9
.4
.3

-.8

-.7

.3

-.4
.4
-1 .3

-4 .5

.2

0

-.o

5

115.8

117.6

111.0

1 12.2

112.2

2.8

0

200.4
115.8
118.8
123.2

2 s4.1
116.2

13.5
3.7
6.9
2.7

-.7

123.2

212.5
116.2
124.3
124.8

120.8

Capital equipm ent.......................................................................................
A gricultural m achinery and equipm ent ..................................................................................
C onstruction m achinery and e q u ip m e n t................................................................................
M etal cutting m achine t o o ls ......................................................................................................
M etal form ing m achine too ls ....................................................................................................
Tools, dies, jigs, fixtures, and ind. m olds 2 ............................................................................
Pumps, com pressors, and e q u ip m e n t....................................................................................
Industrial material handling equipm ent 2 ................................................................................
Textile m a c h in e ry .........................................................................................................................
Paper industries m achinery (June 1982 — 100 )2 ..................................................................
Printing trades m achinery 2 .........................................................................................................
Transform 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 ent 2 .....................................................................................

120.2

121.4

121.8

3.7

119.5
118.5
126.2
119.7
115.0
116.3
113.2
125.8
130.1
1?3.1
1 (8.7
105.3
112.3

119.0
120.3
128.0

2.4
3.9
5.3

0
.6

.6

10.1

6.3

1.1

0

116.6
117.7
113.6
126.3
132.4
124.6

119.3
120.3
128.8
128.8
116.6
117.7
113.9
126.4
133.3
124.0

0

1.0

0

.6

-.1

.3

.4
.4
.3

.1

.1

-.2

.6

.7

.2

.6

120.6

.7
-.5
.4

1.1

120.1

3.6
3.6
3.5
3.7
4.8
1.3
4.0

-.1

105.8
106.7

106.0
108.8

2.1

.2

.9
.7

.3
.3
.7
-.5
.3

-.3

/

1.8

2.0

- 2.1

- 2.6

2.0

121.1

121.2

2.1

-

.3
.3
2.9

.3
-.3
0

0

0

1.0

0

2.6

-.1

1.0

2.6

1.3

0

-.2

1.3

.3

.2

.2

.4

.3

-.2

0

0

.6

.3

0

.6

.5
6.3

0

Table 2. Producer price indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing— Continued
(1 9 8 2 = 1 0 0 unless o therw ise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to Mar. 1990
from :

Unadjusted index
Com m odity
code
Nov.
19891

Feb.
19901

Mar.
1 9901

Mar.
1989

Feb.
1990

S easonally adjusted percent
change from:
Dec.
to
Jan.

Jan.
to
Feb.

Feb.
to
Mar.

Capital equipment—Continued
Oil field and gas field m achinery 2 ...........................................................................................
Mining m achinery and e q u ip m e n t...........................................................................................
O ffice and store m achines and equipm ent 2 .........................................................................

11-91
11-92
11-93

117.9
110.7

Com m ercial fu r n itu re ....................................................................................................................

12 - 2

Light m otor tr u c k s ........................................................................................................................
Heavy m otor t r u c k s ......................................................................................................................
Truck trailers 2 .................................................................................................................................
Civilian aircraft (Dec. 1 9 8 5 = 1 0 0 )2 ..........................................................................................
Ships (Dec. 1 9 8 5 = 1 0 0 )2 ............................................................................................................
Railroad e q u ip m e n t......................................................................................................................

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

Photographic and photocopy equipm ent ..............................................................................

15-41

100.5
119.6

-.3

0.3
1.3
.4

0.1

119.5
110.7

1.9
4.0
1.5

-0 .5

111.0

.1

-0 .5
-.3
-.3

130.8

132.4

132.4

3.9

0

.7

.7

-.2

134.1
119.0
110.3

130.5
118.9

130.7
118.9

1.3
2.5

.2

-.2

1.2

0

- 2.1
.3

.2

.1

110.0

110.1

0

.1

-.2

-.1

111.2

113.9
107.6
117.4

5.7
5.0
4.6

.4

107.1
114.9

113.4
106.3
118.0

95.4

96.6

96.5

3.5

Intermediate materials, supplies, and components ...........................................................

112.0

112.5

112.4

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

113.2

111.0

112.9

112.9
121.9
97.1

F lo u r ..................................................................................................................................................
Refined sugar 2 ...............................................................................................................................
C onfectionery m a te ria ls ..............................................................................................................
Crude vegetable o i l s ....................................................................................................................
Prepared anim al fe e d s .................................................................................................................

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

100.2

100.0

-.1

.3

.1

.8

1.2

.4

1.8

.8

1.2

-.5

.6

2.1

-.8

-.1

1.2

.5

0

.8

-.1

1.2

-.7

0

111.4

-3 .3

.4

.3

-.9

.4

110.6

-5.1
5.6

- 2.0
.5
.3

-.7
.7

- 2.6
.5
.7

1.2

-

3.6
-13.1

10.8

-2 .9

-.5
-.3
1.5
4.5

-.1

.1

- 2.6

.8

102.6

106.1

111.9

Intermediate materials less foods and feeds ..................................................................

102.6

110.9

122.5
97.4
113.7
106.0

112.6

112.5

1.0

-.1

1.2

-.7

0

5.7
3.2
3.5

-.5
-.7

.3
1.0

.5

.7
1.3
.3

-.8

-.2

2.6

-.3

-.1

-.1

-.3

120.1

97.1

0

.2

1 1.2

S ynthetic fibers 2 .............................................................................................................................
Processed yarns and th r e a d s ...................................................................................................
Gray fa b ric s .....................................................................................................................................
Finished fa b ric s ..............................................................................................................................

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

106.7
111.7
116.5
114.9

107.9
113.9
118.2
115.8

107.4
113.1
118.0
115.5

L e a th e r..............................................................................................................................................

04-2

173.0

177.7

178.1

4.6

.2

.6

-.4

Liquefied petroleum g a s .............................................................................................................
E lectric p o w e r ................................................................................................................................
Jet f u e ls ............................................................................................................................................
No. 2 Diesel f u e l............................................................................................................................
Residual fuel ...................................................................................................................................

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

52.2

74.4
113.6
69.4
59.8
55.6

58.0
113.7
62.7
60.7
55.2

10.3
2.5

- 22.0

48.9
.6

-9 .7
1.5
-.7

17.4
23.6
13.2

-1 4 .8
-.9
-7 .0
-2 6 .4
-3.1

-1 9 .7

.1

1 2.2

Industrial c h e m ic a ls ......................................................................................................................
Prepared paint 2 ..............................................................................................................................
Paint m a te r ia ls ...........................
Medicinal and botanical chem icals 2
Fats and oils, in e d ib le .............
Mixed fe rtiliz e rs ..........................
N itro g e n a te s ...................................................................................................................................
P hosphates .....................................................................................................................................
O the r agricultural chem icals .....................................................................................................
Plastic resins and m a te ria ls .......................................................................................................

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

S ynthetic rubber ............................................................................................................................
Plastic construction p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................
U nsupported plastic film, sheet, & oth e r shapes 2 .........................................................................
Plastic parts and com p on en ts fo r m anufacturing 2 .............................................................

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

S oftw ood lum ber ...........................................................................................................................
Hardw ood lum ber
M illw o rk ...............
Plywood ..............

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

W oodpulp 2 .......................................................................................................................................
P a p e r.......... ......................
P a p e rb o a rd .....................
Paper boxes and containers
Building paper and board
C om m ercial printing (June 1 9 8 2 - 1 0 0 )2 ...............................................................................
Foundry and forge shop p ro d u c ts ...........................................................................................
S teel mill p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................................................
Prim ary nonferrous m e t a ls .........................................................................................................
Alum inum mill shapes 2
C opper and brass mill shapes
N onferrous wire and cable
M etal c o n ta in e rs ...........
H a rd w a re .........................
Plumbing fixtures and brass fit t in g s ........................................................................................
H eating e q u ip m e n t.......
Fabricated structural m etal p roducts 2 .....................................................................................
M echanical pow er transm ission equipm ent 2 .......................................................................
Air conditioning and refrigeration equipm ent 2 .....................................................................
Metal valves, ex.fluid pow er (Dec. 198 2 —100)2 .................................................................

64.2
64.8
49.2
111.7
121.5
124.1
100.6

92.2
102.3
83.2
98.8
116.5
123.7
107.6
117.2

112.9
122.4
130.4
101.5
94.2

112.0

123.1
130.4
101.6

90.9

102.0

102.2

93.4
91.9
117.7

92.8
91.6
117.8
122.5

121.1

5.2
26.9
-4 .0
4.6
.3
1.4
-1 0 .7
-6 .4
-1 6 .3
-1 9 .2
3.2
-1 2 .9

-.1

1.3
.9
-1 .4

.4

.1

.4
-1 .9
.7

2.1

.6

.2

1.1

.3
.4

-.2

.2

-.2

2.8

.3

-.2

.2

4.4

-.1

1.1

.5

-.2

.3
-.7
-.4
-.4
-.5

-1 .4
.4
-.7

0

.2

124.4
121.5
124.7

3.3
3.5
4.6

6

-1 .3

.2

121.0

124.4
121.5
124.9

8.2

1.0

-1 .9
.7

2.1

122.5
119.6
122.4

-1 1 .7

.2

-.1

-2 .3
- 20.6
-9.1
-8 .7
-5 .0
4.6
4.9
5.4
5.3
1.3

11-45
11-48
11-49-02

.1

-3 .5

-.1

112.2

121.2

0

.1

116.5

10-7

.6

1.8

115.3
114.2
138.5
131.5
177.9
146.8
113.1

10-6

.3

.1

.2

10-15
10-17

139.9
127.3

.6

4.9

-1 .9

158.0
127.4
138.5
130.7
114.9
127.3

122.8

-.2

-1 .4

1.2

160.3
127.5
138.4
131.2
115.8
127.0

10-25-01
10-25-02
10-26
10-3
10-4
10-5

-.6

1.1

0

0

160.6
128.1
139.7
131.2
117.0
126.4

129.4
126.0
173.7
140.6
114.8
124.9
143.2
130.3

1.5

.6

-.8

2.2

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

115.6
112.3
124.8
126.8
164.9
137.9
113.2
124.5
142.4
130.0
121.3

1.2

-7 .3

129.0
128.3
128.7

10-22

.2

- 8.8
4.5

.1

128.4
130.9
129.8
116.0

122.8

1.0

-.6

125.8
130.5
129.3
116.1

111.0

-

-.3

112.2

120.2

112.5
116.7
116.5

-1 .7

.1

-1 .7
4.8
- 2.6
.3

110.5
116.6
118.7
111.4

See footnotes at end of table.




111.8

-.5

2.9
-3 .2
- 2.8
1.3
3.6
2.7

-

2.8

-1 .4

-.1

-2 .5
-1 .4
1.7

-.1

-.3
-1 .7

-.4

0

.6

-.8

3.0

.2

-.3
.4

.1

.8

-.3

-.1

-.8

-.6

3.7

-.8

-.6

1.4
.3

-.4
-1 .3
- 1.8
-.4
.7

- 2 .2
- 1.2
- 2.1
- 2.1
.5
.5

5.3
2.0

.4

-4 .4
-.6
-.1
1.6
2.6

-.2
-.6

.7
.4
2.8
-.6

4.8
2.8

1.4
.4

.6

1.2

.1

.2

1.6

-.3

.2

-.2

0

.1

-.2

0

.7

.6

-.1

0

0

.8

.7

0

-.2

.5

1.0

-.2

Table 2. Producer price indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing— Continued
(1 9 8 2 = 1 0 0 u n le ss o th e rw ise in dicate d)
U nad ju sted p e rcen t
ch a n g e to Mar. 1990
from :

U nad ju sted in dex

cr
0

Nov.
19891

C T|
O
C (D
D

G rouping

C o m m o d ity
co d e
Mar.
19 9 0 1

Mar.
1989

S ea so na lly a dju sted p e rcen t
ch an ge from :
Dec.
to
Jan.

Jan.
to
Feb.

Feb.
to
Mar.

2.3
.5
.5

1.4

- 0.2

.2

.8

1.2

Feb.
1990

.5
.7

Intermediate materials le ss foods and feeds—Continued
Ball and ro lle r bea rin g s ..................................................................................................................
W irin g d e v ic e s ....................................................................................................................................
M o tors, g e n erato rs, m o to r g e n e ra to r s e t s ..............................................................................
S w itch ge ar, sw itch bo a rd , etc., e qu ip m e nt 2 .............................................................................
E le ctro n ic co m p o n e n ts and a c c e s s o r ie s .................................................................................
Inte rn al co m b u stio n e n g in e s .........................................................................................................
M a ch ine sh op p ro d u cts 2 .................................................................................................................

1 1-49-05
11-71
11-73
11-75
11-78
11-94
11-95

125.7
130.8
130.0
120.3
119.4
116.5

F la t g la ss 2 ............................................................................................................................................
C e m e n t 2 ................................................................................................................................................
C o n cre te p r o d u c ts ............................................................................................................................
A sp h a lt fe lts and c o a tin g s .............................................................................................................
G ypsum p ro d u cts 2 ............................................................................................................................
G la ss c o n ta in e rs ................................................................................................................................

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

109.1
102.5

108.7

111.6

112.2

96.7
111.5
115.7

M o to r ve h icle p a r t s ..........................................................................................................................
A ircra ft e ng in es & eng in e p arts (D ec. 1 9 8 5 - 1 0 0 ) 2 ..........................................................
A ircra ft p arts & aux.e qu ip .,n ec (June 1 9 8 5 = 1 0 0 ) 2 ...........................................................

14-12
14-23
14-25

P h o tog ra ph ic s u p p lie s .....................................................................................................................

15-42

122.8

118.5
117.6
123.7

5.1
3.5
3.3
4.4

0
1.0

.5
.7

1.0

-.1

1.1

-.8

4.3
3.2

-

.4
.7
.3

0

.9

-.3

.2

.2

.6

.1

.2

.8

96.2
106.0
119.1

108.1
103.5
112.3
96.7
106.4
119.5

-1 .5
2.3
1.4
2.7
-3 .4
5.0

110.7
112.4
115.8

110.7
112.4
117.4

1.4
6.4
2.9

102.8

125.3

127.6

127.6

106.9

105.6

2.3

-

-.5

-.6

.7

.3

.1

.7

.1

.1

.2

.2

.5
.4
.3

1.9

-.3

- 2 .2
1.9

-.6
1.1

.5
.4
-.4

0

-.2

-.6

0

.7
3.4

-.1

0

1.4

1.2

-.2

1.4

0

2.8

1.2

2.4

0

5.5

102.6

-

-

1.0

-.3

.4

-1 .4

109.9

114.4

115.2

1.3

.7

1.0

1.0

.3

103.2
96.9
121.3
85.7
121.5
108.8
94.8

98.3
99.2
124.7
91.1
134.9
-

-15.1
- 11.1
7.5
18.6
- 8.2

-4 .7
2.4

-.7

-6 .5
2.4
.7
14.9

100.6

10.2

01-83-01-31

107.2
95.9
112.7
81.9
106.6
130.4
113.1
96.8

97.2

-2 5 .6

(3)
-5 .4
2.9

02-52-01-01

117.9

117.8

119.0

6.0

93.5

97.6

95.0

3.0

Crude foodstuffs and fe e d s tu ffs.........................................................................................

C ane s u g a r,ra w ..................................................................................................................................

122.6

130.1
133.1
132.8
123.4
118.4
117.6
124.0

110.3
108.7
114.8

Crude materials for further p ro c e ssin g ................................................................................

W h e a t ....................................................................................................................................................
C o r n ................. ......................................................................................................................................
C a t tle ..................................................
H o g s ...................................................
Live chicken s.broilers and fryers
Live tu r k e y s .....................................
Fluid m ilk .........................................
S oybeans ..........................................

130.1
131.8
132.1

01-21

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

Crude nonfood m a teria ls........................................................................................................

(3)

2 .8

.1

6.3

-3 .2
-2 .4

-4 .4
1.9
1.3
1.5
24.3

(3)

(3)

-.8

11.0

(3)
-7 .5
2.5

2.1

2.0

- 6.0

-3 .0

.8

1.0

1.3

- 2 .6

1.0

-2 .7

3.5

-.1

-2 .7

4.4
.3

5.8
.9

10.2

13.1

- 6. 8

-1 .5

.8

.1

.9

-2 .5
-7 .5

0

.9

1.1

- .3

R aw c o tto n 2 ........................................................................................................................................
Leaf t o b a c c o .......................................................................................................................................

108.0
93.7

114.3
93.7

19.9

5.8

-1 .4

.6

0

2.0

04-11

2 16.6

2 27.9

220.1

-4 .0

-3 .4

C o al2 .......................................................................................................................................................
N a tural g as 2 .......................................................................................................................................
C rud e p e tro le u m 2 .............................................................................................................................

05-1
05-31
05-61

97.7
80.7
57.6

96.1
84.4
65.0

96.9
82.3
60.1

3.5

.8

2.2

11.5

-2 .5
-7 .5

.7
3.2
7.7

Logs, tim b e r, e tc .2 ............................................................................................................................

08-5

140.8

142.5

143.8

16.3

.9

1.6

W a ste p a p e r 2 ........................................................................................................................................

0 9-12

153.4

149.7

149.3

- 6.1

-.3

0

Iron o re 2 ................................................................................................................................................
Iron a nd stee l s c r a p .........................................................................................................................
N o n fe rro u s m etal o re s (D ec. 1983 — 10 0 )2 .............................................................................
C o pp e r base s c r a p ...........................................................................................................................
A lu m in um base scra p .....................................................................................................................

10-11

82.9
156.2
91.4
158.8
156.9

82.9
158.4
97.9
174.9
162.2

.1

0

0

.1

0

-1 6 .4
-16 .1
-7 .4
-2 9 .2

1.4
7.1

- 2.0
-5 .0
- 2.2

8.1

3.4

.9
-4 .3
2.4
- 2.2

3.7
7.1

10-23-01
10-23-02

82.8
151.7
104.0
176.8
179.0

10.8

-.3

C o nstructio n sand, gravel, a nd cru sh ed s t o n e ......................................................................

1

113.8
93.7

C a ttle h id e s .........................................................................................................................................

2

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

13-21

123.4

124.3

124.9

2.4

.5

-.2

.5

.3

10-12
10-21

A ll d ata are su bje ct to revision 4 m o nths a fte r original publication.
N o t seaso na lly adjusted.




3

7

N o t available.

10.1

-

-

-

Table 3. Producer price indexes for selected stage-of-processing groupings, seasonally adjusted
(1982 = 100)
Index
Y ea r
and
m o n th

1986:
J a n u a r y ...................................
F e b ru a ry .................................
M a r c h ......................................
A p r i l ..........................................
M a y ...........................................
Ju ne .........................................
J u l y ................. .........................
A u g u s t.....................................
S e p te m b e r.............................
O c to b e r ...................................
N o v e m b e r..............................
D e c e m b e r..............................
1987:
J a n u a r y ...................................
F e b ru a ry ..................................
M a r c h ......................................
A p r il..........................................
M a y ...........................................
Ju ne .........................................
J u l y ...........................................
A u g u s t .....................................
S e p te m b e r.............................
O c to b e r ...................................
N o v e m b e r..............................
D e c e m b e r..............................
1988:
J a n u a r y ...................................
F e b ru a ry ..................................
M a r c h ......................................
A p r il..........................................
M a y ...........................................
June ........................................
J u ly ...........................................
A u g u s t.....................................
S e p te m b e r.............................
O c to b e r ...................................
N o v e m b e r...............................
D e c e m b e r..............................
1989:
J a n u a r y ...................................
F e b ru a ry ..................................
M a r c h ......................................
A p r il..........................................
M a y ...........................................
Ju ne ........................................
J u ly ...........................................
A u g u s t.....................................
S e p te m b e r.............................
O c to b e r ...................................
N o v e m b e r..............................
D e c e m b e r..............................
1990.
J a n u a r y ...................................
F e b ru a ry ..................................
M a r c h ......................................

F inished
goo d s

105.6
104.2
102.9
102.3
102.8

102.9
102.2

102.7
102.8

103.5
103.5
103.6
104.0
104.3
104.5
105.1
105.2
105.4
105.5
105.7
106.2
106.1
106.1
105.9
106.4
106.3
106.6
107.0
107.2
107.5
108.2
108.6
109.1
109.3
109.7
110.0

Finished
co n su m e r
fo o d s

106.0
104.9
104.8
104.9
106.0
106.0
107.5
109.4
108.9
109.8
109.8
109.3
108.1
108.6
108.2
109.5
110.4
110.2
110.1

103.9
101.8

99.4
98.0
98.4
98.6
96.4
96.4
96.9
97.4
97.4
97.7

Capital
e qu ip m e nt

In te rm e d iate
m a terials

108.5
108.7
108.9
109.2
109.3
109.6
109.7
109.8
109.9

102.4

110.6

110.9
110.9

100.0

99.0
98.7
98.6
97.9
98.0
98.5
98.3
98.4
98.5

96.9
96.1
95.9
9 5.5
95.6
95.1
95.5
96.9
96.9
96.4
96.6
96.7

83.2
84.1
84.7
85.4
86.3
87.9
90.3
91.9
90.8
90.6
90.1
89.3

98.1
100.7
101.3

87.3
87.4
86.3
87.8

101.2

88.1

106.3
108.5

87.0
85.2
84.5
83.0
82.0
82.1
85.5

85.5
86.4
86.0

111.4
111.5
111.4

100.2
100.8

100.2

100.8

101.2

111.6

101.8

99.8
99.7
99.4

101.3
101.9
102.4
102.7
103.3
103.7
103.9
104.4
104.6
105.1
105.7
106.3
106.9
107.4
107.8
108.2
108.4
108.8
109.5

94.1
95.1
94.3
95.6
95.7
97.0
96.7
96.9
96.8
96.6
95.0
97.9

100.0

102.3
102.6

100.2

112.0

101.6

11 2 . 1

109.1

101.7

112.2

103.1
103.6
103.8

100.8

110.2

110.8

101.6

101.7

104.3
104.6
105.0
105.6
106.2
107.1
107.8
108.1
108.5
108.7
109.1
109.6

102.8

109.9
110.3
110.5
110.9

112.7
113.0
113.2
113.4
113.6
114.0
114.4
114.7
115.5
115.6
115.8
116.2
116.8
117.3
117.5
117.4
118.1
118.8
118.9
119.3

110.8

102.0

102.7
102.8

111.8

102.6

112.8

103.3
103.5
103.6
103.9
104.4
104.8

124.0
125.1
124.4

92.4
93.4
93.4
97.3
98.9
98.0
97.1
96.7
97.0
97.3
96.3
97.0

88.1

99.2
98.9
98.8
98.1
98.1
98.6
98.4
98.5
98.6

100.3
100.4
100.7
101.4

111.9
112.3

117.6
117.6
117.4

86.4
86.5
86.5
87.4
87.8
87.0

100.2

89.2
90.1
90.6
92.5
93.7
94.4
95.6
96.5
95.9
95.8
95.2
94.9

99.0
99.7
99.9

106.0
106.9
107.3
109.0
110.0
110.2

101.5
101.8

103.0
103.2
104.8
104.5
110.5
115.3
114.2
114.6
114.9
113.5
112.8

112.6

112.3

111.6

112.3
112.5
112.4

11 2 . 1

113.2

112.0

111.9
112.5

111.8

112.8

120.1

112.2

11 0 . 1

120.0

112.4

109.7
110.5

120.4

112.2

120.6

112.3

112.7
112.5
113.4
113.0

120.9

100.4

115.5
115.4
116.7
115.4
113.8

111.2

109.2
108.2
109.7

113.4
112.7
112.3

99.2
99.9
100.1

113.6

110.2

112.3
113.4
109.2
110.9

110.5

101.9

111.0

101.8

112.6

103.5
104.5
104.5
103.3
103.5

114.8

113.7

112.1
110.8

112.2

102.3

112.4

102.6

112.1

103.2
104.6

109.6
108.9
109.7
109.0
109.0
111.4
113.7

107.1
107.5
106.0

114.8
115.9
116.3

112.3

112.8

113.3
112.3

113.6

121.2

121.7

112.8

112.8

112.8

a fte r orig in al pub lica tio n,

100.6

111.6

111.8

112.8

Crude
n on foo d
m a terials

95.2
89.2
85.1
82.0
81.5
81.1
78.4
75.8
77.1
77.7
78.2
78.3

95.6
96.9
96.1
9 7.9

111.0

C rude
fo o d s tu ffs
and
fe e d s tu ffs

93.6
91.8
90.9
88.7
91.0
90.5
93.5
96.0
94.7
96.0
96.2
94.8

111.1

101.8

117.0
117.9
118.6
118.0
118.6
117.9
118.1
118.5
1 1 8 .3
119.7
120.7
121.5

94.3
90.5

111.1

101.7

113.5
114.7
114.8
115.3
115.5

102.7
101.5

Crude
m aterials

99.0
99.4

110.0

109.3

In te rm e d iate
m aterials
exclud in g
fo o d s

100.0

NO TE : D ata fo r N o ve m b e r 1989 have been revised to re fle c t th e a vailab ility o f la te
re p o rts and co rre c tio n s by re sp on de n ts. A ll d a ta are s u b je ct to re visio n 4 m o n th s




101.2

Inte rm e d iate
fo o d s
and
fe e d s

109.9

111.9
112.4
113.1
113.9
114.0
113.6
113.3
114.1
114.7
114.8
115.5

111.2

Finished
co n su m e r
g oo d s
exclud in g
fo o d s

10 1 . 1

90.1
90.7
92.0
95.1
95.9
94.7
95.5
91.3
93.6
94.1
93.5
94.3
97.6
97.5
94.9

Table 4. Producer price indexes for the net output of major industry groups
U n adjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry
co de

Ind u stry 1

Index
base
Nov.
198 9 2

1 2 /8 4

Total mining in d u s trie s........................................................................................................... .....................

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

76.3

81.0

78.1

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

4.3

-3 .6

M e tal m in in g ..................................................................................................................................................................

10

1 2 /8 4

96.2

87.8

92.0

12.2

4.8

A n th ra cite m in in g .........................................................................................................................................................

11

1 2 /8 5

103.0

105.0

105.0

1.9

0

B itum ino u s co al and lignite m in in g ........................................................................................................................

12

1 2 /8 5

96.1

95.0

95.9

3.2

.9

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

13

1 2 /8 5

75.5

82.1

77.8

5.4

-5 .2

M ining and q uarrying o f n o n -m e tallic m inerals, e xce p t f u e l s .....................................................................

14

1 2 /8 4

111.3

111.9

112.3

1.3

.4

1 2 /8 4

110.8

112.2

112.2

3.4

0

F o od a nd kin dred p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................................................

20

1 2 /8 4

113.2

114.4

115.0

2 .8

.5

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

21

1 2 /8 4

165.7

177.4

176.1

13.6

-.7

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

22

1 2 /8 4

110.1

111.6

111.8

2.9

.2

A pp a rel and o th e r fin ishe d p ro du cts m ade fro m fabrics and sim ilar m a te r ia ls ...................................

23

1 2 /8 4

111.3

112.3

112.4

2.8

.1

L um ber and w o od products, e xcep t fu r n itu re ...................................................................................................

24

1 2 /8 4

117.3

116.9

117.4

3.8

.4

F urniture and f ix tu r e s .................................................................................................................................................

25

1 2 /8 4

117.0

118.0

118.1

3.2

.1

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

26

1 2 /8 4

121.7

121.6

121.5

.9

-.1

P rinting, publishing, and allied in du strie s.............................................................................................................

27

1 2 /8 4

126.3

128.6

129.0

4.4

.3

C h e m ica ls a nd allied p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................................

28

1 2 /8 4

118.7

119.6

119.9

-.6

.3

1 2 /8 4

75.9

80.3

78.6

9.9

- 2.1

Total manufacturing in d u strie s.................................................................................................................

-

P etro le um re fin ing and re la ted p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................... ....................

29

R u b b e r and m iscellan eo u s p la stic p r o d u c ts ....................... .............................................................................

30

1 2 /8 4

110.3

110.7

110.9

.6

.2

Lea the r and le ath er p ro du cts .................................................................................................................................

31

1 2 /8 4

119.4

121.4

121.9

4.2

.4

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

32

1 2 /8 4

108.5

109.3

109.5

2.1

.2

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

33

1 2 /8 4

118.0

115.1

116.2

-3 .2

1.0

F a bricate d m e tal p ro du cts, e xce p t m ach ine ry and tra n sp o rta tio n e q u ip m e n t.....................................

34

1 2 /8 4

113.8

114.4

114.6

2.8

.2

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

35

1 2 /8 4

11 2 . 1

113.2

113.3

3.3

.1

E le ctrical a nd e le ctro n ic m achinery, equ ip m e nt, a nd su pp lie s ..................................................................

36

1 2 /8 4

107.8

108.4

108.6

2.1

.2

T ra n sp o rta tio n e q u ip m e n t............................................................................................................................. ...........

37

1 2 /8 4

1146

114.5

114.4

2.9

-.1

M easuring and c o n tro llin g instru m en ts; p h o tog ra ph ic, m edical, o p tica l g oods; w a tch e s, c lo c k s ..

38

1 2 /8 4

112.1

113.5

113.8

3.7

.3

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

112.8

114.2

114.6

3.3

.4

Un ited S ta te s P ostal S e r v ic e ..................................................................................................................................

43

0 6 /8 9

100.0

100.0

100.0

P ipe lines, e xce p t natural g a s .................................................................................................................................

46

12/86

94.4

95.5

95.5

S erv ices industries ........................................................................................................................................

1 Ind e xes in th is ta b le are derived fro m th e n et-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 verag 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 in dexes
w h ich are d erived 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)
1.1

0
0

2 D a ta fo r N o vem be r 1989 have bee n revised to re fle ct th e a vailab ility o f late
re p orts and co rre c tio n s by re sp on de n ts. A ll d a ta are su b je ct to revisio n 4 m o n th s
a fte r orig in al pub lica tio n. D ata are n o t se aso na lly adjusted.
3 N o t available.

9

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t 1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base

1 2 /8 4

76.3
96.2

87.8

9 2.0

8 1.5

8 1.5

8 1.5
83.3
80.7
78.3

8 1.5
83.3
80.7
78.3

(3)
(3)

100.1

10 0 . 1

93.6

93.6

(3)
(3)

119.5

101.9

111.9

- 20.6

9.8

119.5

101.9
104.4
104.4
104.4

111.9
115.2
115.2
113.8

- 20.6
- 20.1
- 20.1
-1 9 .5

9.8
10.3
10.3
9.0

101

1 2 /8 4

Iron o r e s .........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ........................ ........................................................................................
O res, G re a t Lake s a r e a ................................................................................................
P e lle ts .............................................................................................................................
Intra -co m p a ny tra n s fe rs .......................................................................................
O res, all areas, excluding G re at L a k e s ..................................................................

1011

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 4

81.3
83.1
80.6
78.2

C o pp e r o r e s ..................................................................................................................................

102

0 6 /8 8

C o pp e r o r e s ..................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C o pp e r conce ntrate s, co p p e r precipitates, and crude co p p e r o r e s ............
C o pp e r c o n c e n tr a te s .................................................................................................

1021

1011-211

1011-3

1021-P
1021-3
1021-302

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

Feb. 1990

81.3

1 2 /8 4

Iron o r e s .........................................................................................................................................

1011-21

Mar. 1989

78.1

10

1011-P

Mar.
19902

81.0

M e tal m ining .................................................................................................................................

1011-2

05

T o ta l m in in g in d u s t r ie s ..........................................................................................................

L
L

Nov.
19892

122.6
122.6

122.5

4.3
12.2

4.8

-.2

-

-3 .6

0

-.2

0

-.2

0

.1

0

.1

0
0
0

G old and silver o r e s ..................................................................................................................

104

1 2 /8 4

80.7

83.0

85.2

1.2

2.7

G old ores .......................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G old m ill bullion, including d o r e ...............................................................................
G old m ill bullion, including d o r e ............................................................................

1041

110.3
110.3

120.8

118.5
118.5

2.1

1041-P
1041-4
1041-401

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

121.0

2. 0

-1 .9
-1 .9
-1 .9
-1 .9

S ilve r o r e s ......................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S ilver co nc e n tra te s ........................................................................................................
S ilve r c o n c e n tr a te s ....................................................................................................

1044
1044-P
1044-5
1044-501

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

66.9
66.9
(3)
(3)

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

1 2 /8 5

126.2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

112.6
112.6

120.8

123.3
123.3

-

2.1

(3)
(3)

126.2

126.2

-2 .5

0

126.2
126.2

126.2
126.2

126.2
126.2

-2 .5
-2 .5

0

1 2 /8 5

108.3

108.3

109.7

3.3

1.3

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

108.3
108.5
111.9

108.3
108.5
111.9

110.0

3.3
3.1

1.3
1.4

111.9

2. 2

0

108

M etal m ining s e r v ic e s ................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P ro spe ct and te s t d r illin g .........................................................................................

(3)
(3)

1051

M e tal m ining s e r v ic e s ...............................................................................................................

-9 .6
-9 .6

105

Bauxite and o th e r alum inum o r e s ...................................................................... ..................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................

2. 0

67.0
67.0

1081-P
1081-803

B auxite and o th e r alum inum o r e s .........................................................................................

121.0

1081

1051-P

109.7

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

0

M iscellan eo u s m etal o r e s ........................................................................................................

109

1 2 /8 5

54.0

54.2

50.3

-1 9 .3

-7 .2

M etal ores, n .e .c................................................. .........................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O the r crude o re s and co nce ntrate s, such as antim ony, rare-earth
m etals, beryllium , and t i n .................................................................................

1099

123.5
123.5

138.3
138.3

141.0
141.0

32.9
32.9

2.0

1099-P

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

1099-103

1 2 /8 5

99.0

133.4

133.5

35.4

.1

A nth ra cite m ining .......................................................................................................................

11

1 2 /8 5

103.0

105.0

105.0

1.9

0

A n th r a c ite .......................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Prepared a nth ra cite s h ip p e d ......................................................................................

1111

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

155.1
156.7
155.8

158.2
159.3
158.9

158.2
159.3
158.9

2.0

0

2.4

0

2. 0

0

B itum ino u s co al and lignite m in in g ......................................................................................

12

1 2 /8 5

96.1

95.0

95.9

3.2

.9

B itum inous co al and lig n ite .....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P re p a re d ............................................................................................................................
S team e le c tric u tilitie s ..............................................................................................
N o rth A p p a la c h ia ....................................................................................................
S p o t .........................................................................................................................
S urface m in e ....................................................................................................
C o ntract .................................................................................................................
U n derground m ine .........................................................................................
S urfa ce m in e ....................................................................................................
S outh A p p a la c h ia ...................................................................................................
S p o t ........................................................................................................................
U n de rg ro u nd m ine .........................................................................................
C o n tra ct .................................................................................................................
U n de rg ro u nd m ine .........................................................................................
S urfa ce m in e ....................................................................................................
M idw e st ......................................................................................................................
S p o t .........................................................................................................................
S urfa ce m in e ....................................................................................................
C o n tra ct .................................................................................................................
U n de rg ro u nd m ine ....... .................................................................................
S urface m in e ....................................................................................................

1211

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

100.1

99.0
99.7
98.0
104.1

99.9
100.4
99.0
104.6

.9
.7

101.2

101.2

101.4

101.1

3.2
3.3
3.2
2.4
5.2
7.0

111.1

110.1

10.1

100.6

100.7
96.2
95.8

4.9

.1

8.1

.1

.1

0

100.0

3.2
3.0
4.6
3.3
2.4
4.4

.4
1.5
1.3
.3
.3
.3
.4

1111-P
1111-2

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
1 21 1-21 2 92
1211-213
1211-2138
1 21 1-21382
1 211-2139
1211-21391
1 211-21392

See footnotes at end of table.




10

12/86

12/81
12/86
12/86

12/81
0 5 /8 2
12/86

12/8 1
12/86
12/86

12/81
12/81
12/86

12/81
12/86
12/86

101.5
99.0
105.6
99.9
97.8
104.5
99.9
93.6
98.0
98.8
81.6
95.1
101.7
102.7
101.5
100.8

86.4
70.3
102.3
94.9
92.5

96.1
95.8
99.6
82.3
97.8
102.4
102.7
103.1
101.5
89.1
71.0
102.7
93.7
93.4

83.5
99.1
102.7
103.0
103.4
101.9
89.1
71.0
103.2
94.8
93.7

1.8

7.2
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.4

2.0

1.0

.5
0

-.3
-.9

0
0

.5
1.2

.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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

B itum ino u s co a l a nd lig n ite — C ontin u ed
W e s t ............................................................................................................................
S p o t .........................................................................................................................
C o n tra ct .................................................................................................................
Unde rg ro u nd m ine ........................................................................................
S urface m in e ....................................................................................................
M e ta llu rg ic a l/c o k e p ro d u c e r...................................................................................
S p o t .............................................................................................................................
C o n tr a c t.....................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r in d u s tria l......................................................................................................
N orth A p p a la c h ia ....................................................................................................
S p o t ........................................................................................................................
C o n tra ct ................................................................................................................
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 re p a ra tio n .......... ........................................................................
Intracom pany sh ipm en ts .............................................................................................
B itum inous coal and lignite m ining s e rv ic e s .....................................................................
P rim ary s e r v ic e s ..................................................................................................................
E xploration and d e ve lo pm en t w o rk .........................................................................

1211-214
1211-2148
1211-2149
1211-21491
1211-21492
1211-3
1211-3168
1211-3169
1211-4
1211-411
1211-4118
1211-4119
1211-412
1211-4128
1211-4129
1211-413
1211-4138
1 211-4139
1211-414
1211-4148

1 2/81

C Tl
D
C CD
D
o cr

Industry and p ro d u c t 1

Industry
co de

113.0
84.2
113.6
90.9
98.1
83.1
105.3

1211-102

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

121.5
84.1
122.5
97.0
106.1
81.6
104.6
98.2
91.3
83.6
76.1
84.7
87.7
82.1
90.1
107.6
102.7
106.0
87.5
96.0
66.9
106.1
108.3

1211-8

12/86

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

105.7
105.7
104.4
102.5
91.2

1211-6
1211-1

1213

D r illin g .............................................................................................................................
O the r bitum inous co al and lignite m ining s e r v ic e s ............................................

12/86

12/8 1
12/86
12/86

12/81
12/86
12/86

12/81
12/8 1
0 6 /8 5
12/81
12/81
1 2 /8 4
12/8 1
12/8 1
0 6 /8 5
12/81
0 5 /8 4
12/86

100.1

91.0
84.5
79.5
85.1

Mar.
1 9902

114.2
83.5
114.9
96.7
98.2
82.4
108.1
98.6
91.4
85.1
82.6
85.1

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

- 0.1
-.7

1.1
-.8

-.1

-

1.1

11.2

6.4

2.9
4.4
10.4
3.4
1-3.
.1
12.1

.1
-.8

2.7
-1 .5
.4
.7
3.9

- 2.1
3.6
4.3
3.5

0

.7

88.0

88.6

82.1
90.4
104.5
102.7

94.5

82.3
91.1
104.6
102.7
102.7
87.1
95.7
71.8
107.7
110.9
94.1

109.0
109.0
108.2
106.3
91.2

109.0
109.0
108.2
106.3
91.2

6.9
6.9
3.6
3.7
2.5

0

-5 .2

102.6

87.2
95.8
(3)
107.5
110.6

.2
.8

-.6

.1

-.2

0

-.6

.1

-.6

-.1

1.1
8.8

-.1

(3)

7.0
4.5
1.7

.2

.3
- .4
0
0
0
0

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

13

1 2 /8 5

75.5

82.1

77.8

5.4

C rude p etro le um and natural g a s ........................................................................................

131

0 6 /8 4

69.1

74.9

71.2

6.3

-4 .9

C rude p etro le um and natural g a s .........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C rude p e tro le u m .............................................................................................................
N atural g a s ........................................................................................................................
S ales to in tersta te p ipelines ..............................................................................
S ales to in tra sta te p ipelines ..............................................................................

1311

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

69.1
69.1
62.8
75.9
71.9
87.8

74.9
74.9
70.8
79.3
76.5
87.7

71.2
71.3
65.5
77.4
71.8
94.3

6.3
6.4
11.4
2.4
- 1.0

-4 .9
-4 .8
-7 .5
-2 .4
- 6.1
7.5

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

10.8

N atural gas liquids .....................................................................................................................

132

0 6 /8 4

70.9

78.3

73.2

2.7

-6 .5

Natural gas liquids .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N atural gas liq u id s ..........................................................................................................
P lant co nd en sa te
E th a n e ..................
N a tural g aso lin e
P ro p a n e ................
B u t a n e ............................................................................................................................
G as m ixtures ................................................................................................................
O the r natural gas liq u id s ..........................................................................................

1321

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

70.9
70.9
51.8
57.3
43.7
56.2
49.2
54.3
53.2
61.0

78.3
78.2
74.2
65.7
67.0
84.5
73.5
75.4
82.8

73.2
73.2
57.1
67.7
49.8
61.1
55.4
56.8
55.0
76.7

2.7
2.7
4.2
31.7
-38.1
9.5
25.1
14.5
5.0
40.7

-6 .5
-6 .4
-2 3 .0
-1 .3
-2 4 .2
- 8.8
-3 4 .4
-2 2 .7
-27 .1
-7 .4
-.4

1321-P
1321-2
1321-211
1321-215
1 321-222
1321-231
1321-232
1321-234
1321-298

68.6

O il a nd gas fie ld se rvice s ........................................................................................................

138

1 2 /8 5

91.8

94.6

94.2

4.0

D rilling oil a nd g as w e lls ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O ffsh o re drilling ..............................................................................................................
D rilling oil, gas, dry and se rvice w e lls ................................................................
O nsh o re d rillin g ................................................................................................................
D rilling oil, gas, dry and se rvice w e lls ................................................................

1381

88.2

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

90.7
90.4
93.6
93.6
89.9
89.8

90.4
90.1
92.6
92.6
89.6
89.5

3.4
3.4
14.6
14.6
1.5
1.5

-

O il a nd g as e xp lo ra tio n s e rv ic e s ...........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
G e o p hysica l e xplo ra tio n ..................................................................................... .........
L a n d .................................................................................................................................

1382

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

69.3

1382-P
1382-801
1382-80101

72.5
71.3
71.3
71.6

70.3
69.1
69.1
70.0

-2 .9
- 2.8
- 2.8
-4 .2

-3 .0
-3.1
-3.1
- 2.2

O il and g as fie ld services, n .e .c.............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
O ffsh o re fie ld services, n .e .c.......................................................................................
O th e r o il and gas fie ld s e rv ic e s ............................................................................
O nsh o re fie ld services, n .e .c.......................................................................................
C em e ntin g w e lls ..........................................................................................................
A cid izin g and o th e r ch em ical tre a tm e n t o f w e lls, exclud in g hydrau lic

1389

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

99.1
99.7
100.9
90.9
99.4
103.9

101.9
102.5
102.7

101.8

5.2
5.7

-.1

1389-P
1389-7
1389-736
1389-9
1389-901
1389-902
1389-914

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

123.4
95.3

fra c tu r in g ...............................................................................................................
R unning, cu ttin g , a nd pulling casing, tu b e s and r o d s ...................................

See footnotes at end of table.




11

87.9
81.8
81.8
89.1
89.0

68.1
68.1

68.4

-.3
-.3
1.1
1.1

-.3
-.3

(3)
102.5

102.4
102.7
90.9
102.4

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)
97.3

(3)
97.0

(3)

(3)
-.3

-.1

10.8
0

4.9

2.6

0

(3)
-.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t 1

Industry
code

P roduct
co de

Index
Nov.
19892

O il a nd gas fie ld service s, n.e.c.— C o ntin u ed
Installing p ro d u ctio n equ ip m e nt, such as w e llh e a d fitting s, pum ps,
and e n g in e s .......................................................................................... ............
C leaning out, b ailing out, o r sw a bb in g w e lls ....................................................
O th e r oil a nd gas fie ld s e r v ic e s ......................... ..................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ........ .............................................................................................
D rilling oil and gas w e lls ..........................................................................................

1389-915
1389-925
1389-936
1389-S M
1389-S
1381-S

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
19902

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

97.9
90.2
94.4

(3)
92.1
94.4

97.9
92.1
94.4

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

90.5
91.0

92.8
94.9

92.8

-

(3)

(3)

Mar. 1989

0

Feb. 1990

(3)

1.5

0

1.8

0

1.6

0

(3)

Mining and quarrying o f n on -m e tallic m inerals, e x c e p t f u e ls .....................................

14

1 2 /8 4

111.3

111.9

112.3

Dim ension stone .........................................................................................................................

141

0 6 /8 5

111.9

112.9

D im en sio n s to n e .........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R ough d im e nsion lim e s to n e ........................................................................................
Rough d im ension g ra nite ............................................................................................
O th e r rough d im e nsion s t o n e ....................................................................................
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 .......................................................................................................

1411

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

111.9
111.9
119.2
109.0
110.0

112.9
113.1
120.5
110.4
110.5

0 6 /8 9

101.9

100.3

98.2

C rushed and bro ken stone, in cluding r i p r a p ....................................................................

142

1 2 /8 4

114.0

114.8

115.3

2.1

.4

C rushed and b roken lim e s to n e ..................................................... ..................................... ..
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ....................... ...................... ..................................................................
N o rth C entral region .....................................................................................................
E ast N orth C entral d iv is io n .....................................................................................
W e st N o rth C entral d iv is io n ....................................................................................
O th e r r e g io n s ...................................................................................................................
South r e g io n .................................................................................................................
South A tla n tic d iv is io n ..........................................................................................
E ast S ou th C e ntral divisio n .................................................................................
W e st S outh C entral division ..............................................................................
N o rth ea st r e g io n .........................................................................................................
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 .......................................................................................................

14 22

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

117.0
118.2

118.9
119.8
101.9
120.3
117.0

3.1
3.0

.8

117.4
116.0
119.5
99.8
99.6
99.9

118.0
118.8
101.9
119.7
117.9
119.8
99.7
99.5
99.7

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.2

101.5

102.0

1 2 /8 3

102.0

102.6

102.6

.6

0

C rushed and b roken granite, n .e .c........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ..................................................................... ...........................................
G ranite and related ro cks ....................... ...................................................................
S outh A tla n tic r e g io n .................................................................................................
O the r re g io n s ................................................................................................................

1423

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

120.2

120.7

120.6

-.1
-.1

C rushed and broken stone, n .e .c...........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
T r a p r o c k .........................................................................................................................
S a n d s to n e ......................................................................................................................
O the r, (slate, vo lc a n ic rock, e tc . ) ..........................................................................
S e co 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 ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

1429

S and a nd g r a v e l.........................................................................................................................
C o n stru ctio n sand and g ra vel .................................................. .............................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C o nstructio n sa nd ..........................................................................................................
N o rth e a ste rn R e g io n .................................................................................................
N e w E ng la nd ................................................................................. .........................
M id-A tla ntic ..............................................................................................................
N orth C entral R egion ................................................................................................
E ast N orth C entral .................................................................................................
W e st N orth C e n tr a l................................................................................................
S ou the rn R e g io n .........................................................................................................
S outh A tlan tic ..................................................................... ...................................
E ast S outh C e n tr a l.................................................................................................
W e st S outh C e n tr a l................................................................................................
W e stern R egion .................................... ....... .............................................................
M o u n ta in ....................................................................................................................
P acific .........................................................................................................................
C o nstructio n gra vel ........................................................................................................
N o rth e a ste rn R e g io n .................................................................................................
N e w E ngland ....................................................................... ...................................
M id-A tla ntic ...............................................................................................................
N orth C entral R egion ................................................................................................
E ast N orth C e ntral ....... .........................................................................................
W e s t N orth C e n tr a l................................................................................................
S outhern R e g io n .........................................................................................................
S outh A tla n tic ..........................................................................................................
E ast S outh C e n tr a l.................................................................................................
W e s t S outh C e n tr a l................................................................................................

1411 -P
1411-101
1411-501
1411-901
1411-SM
1411-S

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
1 423-11102

.4

112.7

2.6

-.2

112.7
113.0
120.5
110.3
110.5

2.6

-.2

(3)
(3)
4.5

-.1

-.1

1.0

0

121.0
101.1

101.4
101.7

0

- 2.1

(3)

.8

0

(3)
4.9

.5

2.0

-.8

2 .6

1.0

1.4
1.9

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

2.0
0

.5

120.3

120.8

120.7

-.3
-.3

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

122.1

122.6

-.4

-.1

115.9

122.7
115.9

116.1

.1

.2

1429-P
1429-11111
1 42 9-11112
1 42 9-11 1 14
1429-SM
1429-S

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

123.3
123.6
125.1
108.1
133.5

124.2
124.6
126.5
108.1
134.1

124.2
124.6
126.4
108.1
134.2

.8

0

-1 .5
4.0
4.4

-.1

1 2 /8 3

119.1

118.9

118.9

.7

0

144

1 2 /8 4

116.5

117.8

118.0

3.1

.2

1442

124.0
124.6
126.5
143.1
172.9
134.1

3.2
3.2
4.3

.2

1442-P
1442-3
1442 -3 A
1442-31
1442-32
1 442-3B
1442-33
1442-34
1 442-3C
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

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
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

See footnotes at end of table.




100.0

1.3

12

.8

0

0
.1

125.1

125.6
126.1
129.3
143.5
172.9
134.8
125.1
127.4

112.8

120.1

114.8
130.8

117.2
133.1

125.9
126.4
129.9
143.9
172.9
135.4
125.1
128.3
118.3
117.8
133.1

102.8

102.8

102.8

97.0
135.4

100.1

101.2

6. 2

138.8

139.7

4.8

.6

90.0

90.0

90.0

1.1

146.8
123.1
136.5
152.5
124.9
126.0
130.1
115.6
118.3
132.1
107.1
112.9

151.8
123.4
135.2
147.3
125.9
126.5
130.7
115.6
119.8
134.8
107.3
114.0

153.2
123.5
135.8
147.3
126.8
126.8
131.3
115.6
119.5

5.9

0
.9

2.1

.1

121.1

(3)
107.2
113.3

2. 2

.2

.5
.3

0

0

3.5
6.5
7.8

.4

(3)
3.5

0

.7
-1 .5
.5

1.8

0
0

(3)

.6

-3 .7
3.3
2.3
3.3

1.1

.4

0
.7
.2

.5

.1

0

1.9

-.3

(3)
.7
1.9

(3)
-.1
-.6

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Un ad ju sted
percen* ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Index
base
Nov.
198 9 2

C o n stru ctio n sa nd and g ra ve l— C ontin u ed
W e stern Region ..........................................................................................................
M o u n ta in ........................................................................ ...........................................
P acific .........................................................................................................................
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 .................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

1442-5D
1442-58
1442-59
1442-SM
1442-M
1442-XY9
1442-S

Industrial s a n d .............................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G lass s a n d ............ ...........................................................................................................
M o ld in g s a n d ....................................................................................................................
O th e r indu stria l sand, n .e .c..........................................................................................
A b rasive sand, inclu din g b la st s a n d ....................................................................
O th e r indu stria l sand, n .e .c......................................................................................

145

B e n to n ite ........................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P repared b e n to n ite .........................................................................................................
M o u nta in region ..........................................................................................................
O th e r re g io n s ....................................................................................... .......................
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 ......................................................................................................

1452

Fire c la y ..........................................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

1453

F u lle r’s e a r t h .................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

1454

K aolin and ball c l a y ...................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s ......................................................... .......................................................
P repared kaolin and ball c l a y ....................................................................................

1455

C la y a nd re la ted m inerals, n .e .c.............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................. ...............................................................
F e ld s p a r.............................................................................................................................
P re p a re d .........................................................................................................................
C o m m o n cla y and s h a le ..............................................................................................
P re p a re d .........................................................................................................................
O the r cla y and re la ted m a te r ia ls ..............................................................................
P re p a re d .........................................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

1459

C hem ical and fertilize r m ineral m ining ...............................................................................

147

Potash, soda, and b orate m in e ra ls ......................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P rocessed o r refined p otassium s a l t s ....................................................................
N atural sodium c a rb o n a te s .........................................................................................

1474

P hosphate r o c k ...........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P rocessed p ho sph a te r o c k .........................................................................................
W ashed o r co nce ntrate d p h o sph a te r o c k ........................................................
D ried pho sph a te r o c k ................................................................................................
6 6 % and up to b ut n ot including 7 0% B P L ..................................................

1475

C hem ical and fertilize r m ineral m ining, n .e .c.....................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B a r ite ...................................................................................................................................
C rude b a r it e ..................................................................................................................
P repared b a r ite ............................................................................................................
R o ck sa lt ...........................................................................................................................
N o rth ern region ro ck s a l t .........................................................................................
C hem ical and fertilize r m ineral mining, n .e .c.........................................................

1479

N o n-m e ta llic m inerals (e xce pt fuels) s e rv ic e s ..................................................................

148

N o n-m etallic m inerals (e xce pt fuels) s e rv ic e s ..................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

1481

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

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

115.3
106.2
119.6

115.3
105.5

115.4
105.4

2.9
3.4

0.1

120.0

12 0 . 1

2.6

.1

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

139.8
127.1
105.0

150.8
137.2
105.0

150.8
137.2
105.0

14.3
16.6
.3

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

113.7
113.3

114.2
113.7

114.4
113.9

2.9
3.0

.2

110.8

110.8

110.8

.2

0

127.9
105.6
117.1
124.8

129.2
106.4
121.9
124.8

129.7
106.7
123.8
124.8

7.5
3.7

.4
.3

8.6

1.6

108.8

109.7

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

96.2
96.1
96.0
90.7
105.4

0 6 /8 4

-

1

0
0

.2

0

109.6

1.4

-.1

96.7
96.5
96.5
90.9
106.6

92.7
92.5
92.4
85.7
106.6

-3 .7
-3 .8
-3 .9
-5 .7
1.4

-4.1
-4.1
-4 .2
-5 .7

101.3

103.7

103.7

3.6

0

1 2 /8 4

98.7

98.7

98.7

0

0

1454-P

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

116.0
116.0

<
3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

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

111.7

112.0

112.6

1455-P
1455-201

111.8

112.1

112.7

111.9

112.2

112.8

1.4
1.4
1.4

.5
.5
.5

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

114.1
113.9

118.1
118.1

118.3
118.3

4.8
4.8

.2

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

114.4
117.1
115.6
110.7
110.9

118.0

3.2
7.6

122.1

118.0
123.2
122.5

114.1
114.5

(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 4

117.1

117.1

117.1

1 2 /8 4

103.5

103.5

104.2

1474-P
1474-201
1474-301

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

114.9
114.8
113.6
122.3

113.5
113.4
105.9

114.9
114.7
110.9
122.5

.2

1.1

-4 .6
1.5

4.7
.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

89.0
89.3
89.2
81.3
87.5
67.3

89.5
89.7
89.6
82.5
87.3

90.0
90.3
90.2
83.3

3.3
3.4
4.4
3.6

.6

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

1479-P
1479-1
1479-112
147£ 122
14?y-3
1479-333
1479-9

1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 9

(3)
(3)
79.9

0

1453-SM

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

122.8

122.1

66.6

100.9
100.6

(3)
(3)
100.7
100.4
79.9
106.7
75.3

149

13

102.8

102.8

102.8

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

102.8

102.8

102.4
104.6
104.6
80.5

102.4

1 2 /8 4

1481-P
1481-803
1 481-80302
1481-804

(3)

80.0
107.3
75.3
113.2
106.9
103.1

0 6 /8 5

See footnotes at end of table.




Feb. 1990

3.3

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

D r illin g ............................................................................................... ........................ .........
O the r drilling including b la s tin g .............................. ............. .................................
O pe n -p it o r quarry m ininq fo r o th e r s ......................................................................
M iscellan eo u s n on m e tallic m inerals, e x c e p t f u e ls ..........................................................

Mar. 1989

1 2 /8 4

1446

Clay, ceram ic, a nd re fra c to ry m in e ra ls ................................................................................

Mar.
19902
|

P ro du ct
co de

C Tl
D
' C C
D D
o cr

Industry and p ro d u c t 1

Industry
co de

116.7

(3)
75.3
108.8
102.2

112.1

104.4
103.2

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

6.0

(3)
(3)

.2

0

.3
.3
(3)
(3)

4.6
-

0

1.1

.7

I

1.2

(3)
(3)

.7
.7
1.0

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
1.3
(3)
1.5
1.4
5.1

-.2
-.2
-.1
-.6
0

- 1.0
-2 .3
.1

(3)
-.8

0

102.8

-.8

0

-.9

(3)
(3)
80.4

102.4
104.6
104.6
80.3

-3 .7

-.1

117.0

117.2

2 .6

.2

0
0

0

(3)
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to M ar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t 1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
Nov.
198 9 2

G ypsum m in in g ............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Crushed, ground, screened, o r d ried gypsum .....................................................

1492

Talc, so ap ston e, and p y ro p h y llite .........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

1496

M iscellan eo u s n on m e tallic m in e ra ls ....................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P e a t .....................................................................................................................................
O th e r n on m e tallic m inerals, n .e.c..............................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

1499

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

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

102.9
102.9
102.9

101.9
101.9

101.9
101.9

0.1

1492-P
1492-201

.1

0

101.8

101.8

.1

0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

109.8
109.8

112.0

1496-P

112.0

111.3
111.3

5.8
5.8

-.6

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

109.4
109.3
109.1
114.9

109.4
109.2
109.1
117.1

109.8
109.7
109.1
116.7

0 6 /8 5

109.1

111.2

111.2

1.9

0

1 2 /8 4

110.8

112.2

112.2

3.4

0

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

Total manufacturing in d u s trie s ...................................................................................

0

-.6

.4
.5

2.2
2.2
.2

0

.4

-.3

F ood and kindred pro du cts ....................................................................................................

20

1 2 /8 4

113.2

114.4

115.0

2.8

.5

M eat p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................................................................

201

1 2 /8 4

110.7

113.7

115.1

4.4

1.2

M eat packing p lants ..................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s byprod ucts o f m e a tpacking plants, e xcep t sausage
c a s in g s ........................................................................................................................
E dible ta llo w and stearin .........................................................................................
Beef, n ot ca nned o r m ade into sausage ..............................................................
W hole ca rca ss b e e f ...................................................................................................
US D A c h oice b ee f c a rc a s s e s ............................................................................
O the r U SD A graded and ungraded b ee f c a rc a s s e s ..................................
Prim al and fab ricate d b ee f c u t s ............................................................................
B on e less beef, including h a m b u rg e r...................................................................
V ariety m eats (edible organs) ...............................................................................
Pork, fresh and fr o z e n ..................................................................................................
W hole carca ss p o r k ...................................................................................................
Prim al and fab ricate d cu ts (incl trim m in g s )......................................................
V ariety m e a ts (fresh edible o r g a n s ) ....................................................................
L a r d ......................................................................................................................................
Lard, co m m e rcia l sizes (over 3 lb s . ) ...................................................................
Pork, pro cesse d or cured (n o t ca nn ed o r m ade into s a u s a g e )....................
H am s and picnics, e xcep t c a n n e d ......................................................................
S liced b a c o n .................................................................................................................
S ausage and sim ilar pro du cts (not c a n n e d ) ........................................................
Fresh s a u s a g e .............................................................................................................
F ra n kfu rte rs o r w ie n e r s ............................................................................................
O the r sausage, sm oked o r c o o k e d .....................................................................
Hides, skins, and p elts .................................................................................................
C attle hides, e xcep t k i p ...........................................................................................
O the r hides, skins, and pelts, e x c e p t kip ..........................................................
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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2011

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

110.2

114.9
116.4

115.0
116.5

6.5
6.7

.1

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

102.0

105.5
89.8

97.5
89.7
112.4
119.3
116.5

- 8. 8

-7 .6

112.2

1.9
.4
9.3
5.4
20.5
23.9
19.5
41.4

S ausages and o th e r prepared m e a ts ..................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P ortion co ntro l and m iscellaneous p rocessed, frozen, o r c o oke d m e a ts .
Frozen ground m eat p a t t ie s ...................................................................................
Frozen p ortion co n tro l o th e r tha n ground m eat p attie s ..............................
M iscellan eo u s processed, frozen, o r co oke d m eats ....................................
Pork, p ro cesse d o r cured, including frozen (not ca nn ed or m ade into
sausage) ....................................................................................................................
H am s and picnics, e xcep t cann ed ......................................................................
S liced b a c o n .................................................................................................................
O the r sm o ke d p o r k ....................................................................................................
B oiled ham , b arbe cue d pork, and o th e r c o oke d pork, e xc e p t canned
m eats and s a u s a g e ...........................................................................................
S ausages and sim ilar p ro du cts (not c a n n e d ) ................. ....................................
Fresh sausage, p o rk sausage, b re a kfa st links, e tc .........................................
Dry a nd se m id ry sa usa ge (salam i, ce rve lat, su m m e r sausage,
p ep pe ro n i, p o rk roll, etc.) ...............................................................................
F ra n kfu rte rs and w ie n e r s .........................................................................................
O the r sausage, sm oked or c o oke d (bologna, liverw urst, Polish
sausage, lu ncheon m eats, e tc . ) ....................................................................
C anned m eats (e xce pt dog and c a t foo d ) c o nta ining 2 0-pe rce nt o r m ore
m e a t ............................................................................................................................
O th e r ca nned m e a ts ..................................................................................................
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 esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2013

2 0 1 1-P
2 0 1 1 -C
2 0 1 1-C41
2011-1
2011-112
2011-11202

2 011-11205
2 011-117
2011-131
2011-151
2 011-4
2 011-412
2011-417
2011-451
2011-5
2011-517
2011-6

2011-631
2011-641
2011-7
2011-711
2011-721
2 011-735
2011-9
2011-912
2 011-997
2 011-SM
2 0 1 1-M
2 0 1 1-Z89
2 0 1 1-S

2 0 1 3-P
2 0 1 3-B
2 0 1 3 -B 1 1
2013-B13
2013-B19

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
12/88

81.1
107.5
112.6

109.0
107.2
99.6
99.2
55.4
109.7
126.7
105.8
89.3
106.0
104.1

112.6

120.7
117.2
114.3
100.8

101.8

103.2
57.7
117.8
136.8
113.0
108.8
99.8
97.9
106.2
106.4
117.9
129.7
118.4

104.9
60.6
118.8
140.6
113.8
110.7
95.2
93.5
108.2
110.9
109.3
118.2
129.6
119.4

111.0

111.2

197.9

.1

1.8

-.1

2. 2

-.2

2.4

-

2.8

1.2
-.6

-

1.8
1.0
1.6

5.0
.8
2.8

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

111.7
112.3
113.0
123.6
115.0
106.4
188.7
190.2
87.5

87.8

191.4
193.2
87.7

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

105.2
104.8
81.0

107.3
106.9
84.7

107.0
106.6
85.4

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

106.7
104.3
117.3
107.3
104.8
106.8

107.2
104.5
120.8

107.9
104.9
120.4

113.0
103.2
110.7

103.8
111.4

81.3
90.2
69.7
104.5

81.9
91.8
69.0
109.5

11.1

.7

9.7
14.0

1.8

10.8

4.8

88.0

85.8

1.8

12/88
12/88
12/88

110.8

110.0

200.1

110.8

-.8

-.7
16.6
18.6
15.1
9.4
9.4

.7
1.7
-4 .6
-4 .5
1.9
4.2
-.6

.3
-.1

10.0

.8

7.2
-3 .6
-4 .0
3.1

-3 .3
-3 .4

7.1
7.1

-.3
-.3

.2

-.1

8.1

.8

7.4

.7
.4
-.3
-1 .9

6. 6

5.3
7.5
1.5

.6

6.0

.6

2 013-6
2013-631
2013-641
2 013-652

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
12/88

84.8
95.2
71.9
109.6

2013-661
2 01 3-7
2013-711

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

85.9
111.3
107.3

111.8

108.1

109.2

13.3
6.3
4.4

2 013-717
2013-721

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

109.5
108.3

112.3
109.2

111.9
109.9

5.6
7.1

-.4

2013-735

1 2 /8 2

112.3

114.6

114.5

7.2

-.1

2013-8
2013-898
2 013-SM
2 01 3-M
2 013-Z 89
2 01 3-S

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

102.7
106.5

102.8

103.6
107.4

2.9
2.9

.8

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

118.4
117.3
118.8

120.5
119.3
120.7

122.4

11,2

1.6

1 2 1.1

10.6

122.4

6. 2

1.5
1.4

See footnotes at end of table.




12/88

111.4

14

110.0

106.6

-

1.0

-.1

.4

.6

.8

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t 1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
198 9 2

P ou ltry dressing, pou ltry and egg p ro cessin g ..................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Y ou n g c h ic k e n .................................................................................................................
B ulk b ro ile rs /w e t ice p a c k ......................................................................................
G rade A bulk w h ole b ro ile rs /w e t ice p a c k ...................................................
O th e r w e t ice b ulk broilers, including p a r t s .................................................
Tra y pack b r o ile r s ......................................................................................................
O th e r broile rs including fr o z e n ..............................................................................
T u rke ys ..............................................................................................................................
Y oung turkeys .............................................................................................................
H ens, w h ole, G rade A fro zen
Tom s, w hole, G rade A fro zen
O th e r young turkey ...............
P ro cesse d pou ltry and sm all gam e ........................................................................
Turkey, co oke d or s m o k e d .....
C hicken, co oke d o r sm oked ...
Liquid, dried and frozen e g g s ....................................................................................
D ried w h ole e g g s .......................................................................................................
Frozen o r liquid w hole e g g s ...................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2018

D airy pro du cts .............................................................................................................................

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

116.1
116.5
111.7

116.5
116.8
117.3
119.0
119.9
117.6

124.0
124.4
125.6
126.6
129.7

110.0

110.6

120.9
129.4
113.5
115.0
105.5
104.9
134.6
128.1
126.1
125.4
133.8
123.1
128.2

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

123.7
125.6
131.0
117.2
127.6
126.1
124.3
124.4
125.7
114.6
124.7

12/81
12/81

114.3
113.6

106.4
114.6

(3)
114.0

202

1 2 /8 4

115.8

114.1

C ream ery b utter ..........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C ream ery b u t t e r ..............................................................................................................
Bulk b utter ( > 3 lb s . ) ............................................................................................. .
B utter, co n su m e r p a cka ge s ( < 3 lb s . ) ..............................................................
S econdary 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 evap orate d m i lk ..........................................................................

2021

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

93.7
85.3
85.3
83.4
88.3

78.0
73.9
73.9
72.1
76.8

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

121.8

N atural and p ro cesse d c h e e s e .............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N atural cheese, excep t c o tta ge cheese ...............................................................
A m e rica n-typ e c h e e s e ..............................................................................................
C heddar 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 c h e e s e .................................................................................................
O the r Italian-type c h e e s e ....................................................................................
S w iss ch ee se ..............................................................................................................
C ream and n eu fcha tel c h e e s e ..............................................................................
O th e r natural cheese, e xcep t co tta ge ...............................................................
P rocessed cheese and related pro du cts ..............................................................
P rocessed ch ee se .....................................................................................................
C heese f o o d .................................................................................................................
C heese s p r e a d ............................................................................................................
O the r related p rocessed ch ee se p ro d u c ts .......................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c ie p ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r secondary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
C ondensed and e vaporated m i lk ..........................................................................
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

C o ndensed and e vaporated m i lk ..........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Dry m ilk p ro du cts ...........................................................................................................
O the r dry m ilk products, co nsu m e r-typ e p acka ge s (3 lbs. o r le s s ) ........
Dry w hey, bulk packa ging (m ore th a n 3 lbs.) .................................................
Dry w h ole milk, b ulk packa ging (m ore tha n 3 lb s . ) .......................................
N o n fa t dry milk, bulk packa ging (m ore th a n 3 lb s . ) ......................................
O the r foo d -g rad e dry m ilk products, bulk p ackaging (m ore tha n 3 lbs.)
Feed-grade dry m ilk products, bulk packaging (m ore than 3 lbs.) .........
C a nned m ilk p roducts, co n su m e r-typ e can ..........................................................
E vap o rate d milk, co n su m e r-typ e c a n ..................................................................
C o nd e nse d and e vap orate d m ilk pro du cts, sh ipp e d in bulk (barrels,
d rum s and tan ks) ...................................................................................................
A ll o th e r foo d -g rad e c o n ce n tra te d m ilk pro du cts, e xce p t ice cream
m ixes, shipp e d in b ulk .....................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts a nd 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 ......................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................

2023

Mar. 1989

Fluid m ilk and re la ted p ro du cts ............................................................................

2 0 1 8-P
2018-1
2 018-133
2018-13301
201 8-13 3 98
201 8-13 6
2 018-139
2018-3
2018-323
2018-32301
201 8-32 3 02
2 01 8-32 3 98
2018-5
2018-521
2018-523
2018-9
2018-915
2018-955
2018-SM
201 8-M
201 8-S

112.3
108.6
108.4
121.2

119.4
103.5
104.7
99.4
98.5
116.2
126.8
123.8
125.2
122.7
108.9

-3 .7
-3 .9
-5 .6
-6 .3
-5 .3
-7 .8
-3 .3
-.5
-7 .2
- 6.6

122.1

-

6.4
6.5
7.1
6.4
3.8
9.9
8.4
9.7
9.8

10.2

6.1

11.6

8 .2

.9

6.5
15.8

1.6

1.0

-.6

1.9

4.3
12.5
20.5
1.3

9.0
13.0
15.9

(3)

.2

-.1

(3)
-.5

112.2

7.4

-1 .7

77.9
73.9
73.9
72.2
76.8

- 11.6
-1 6 .3
-1 6 .3
-1 7 .0
-1 5 .0

-.1

92.1
85.7

91.5
86.5

4.3
4.3

-.7
.9

117.3
120.3
117.2
115.6
117.8
108.5
122.3
127.0
115.1
113.0
126.0
116.5
124.3
119.1
141.0
120.7
113.4

110.5
113.0
108.7
106.7
107.0
106.5
111.9
113.2
109.9
114.0
127.5

107.0
109.7
105.3
102.3

7.5

101.2

101.6

118.7

115.2
108.6
129.3

121.6

121.2

10.7
11.7
11.9
4.1

-3 .2
-2 .9
-3.1
-4.1
-4 .7
- 2.2
-2 .5
-1 .9
-3 .4
-.7
-1 .7
.4
-2 .9
- 2. 0
-6 .9
-.3

117.2

117.3

6 .6

.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

119.4
119.8
98.8
130.7
106.1
92.1

123.6
123.9
85.5
132.3
63.8

113.0
113.4
84.1
132.3
60.7
85.0

8.7
8.7
-9.1
2.3
-1 5 .5
-1 0 .4

- 8.6
-8 .5
- 1.6

2023-P
2023-1
202 3-12 9
202 3-13 9
202 3-14 2
2023-143
2023-146
2023-151
2023-2
202 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

129.5
139.6
140.0
154.4
166.0
124.2
154.2
123.2
140.3
134.3
114.4

116.3
121.4
115.7
154.4
130.7
118.9
94.0
115.2
92.9
136.5
117.1

113.5
119.2
113.4
154.4
101.5
108.1
94.1

-2 .4
- 1.8
- 2.0

94.7
134.7

5.3
7.7
9.6
13.4
-18.1
8.4
8.9
4.1
-9 .7
5.3

111.6

.8

-2 .3
1.9
-1 .3
-4 .7

2023-3

1 2 /8 3

169.1

108.2

106.6

9.4

-1 .5

202 3-31 8
2023-S M
2023-S
2 0 2 1-S
2023-SS S
2026-S

1 2 /8 3

169.1

108.2

106.6

9.4

-1 .5

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

101.2

94.2
78.9
136.1
92.9

92.2
78.2
136.3
89.5

-5 .6
-17.1
6.7
- 2.6

- 2.1
-.9

202 1 -P
2021-1

2 021-113
2021-115
202 1 -SM
2 0 2 1-S
2023-S

2022-P
2022-1
2022-102
2022-10201
2022-10211

2022-103
2022-10301
2022-10311
2022-105
2022-107
2022-111
2022-2
2022-211

2022-213
2022-215
2022-219
2022-SM
2022-M
2022-Z 89
2022-S
2022-SS S
2023-S
2026-S

See footnotes at end of table.




110.8

Feb. 1990

15

124.8

88.1

138.8
99.8

110.8

138.9

86.1

10 . 0
10 . 0
10 . 0

9.2
12.9
10.9
11.9
9.1
12.7
1.9

102.0

104.2
109.1
111.0

106.2
113.2
125.3

112.6

.

10.1

0
0
.1
0

0

-4 .9
-1 .3

0

-2 2 .3
-9.1
.1

.1

-3 .7

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t 1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
b ase
Nov.
198 9 2

Ice cre a m and fro ze n d e s s e r t s .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Ice cre a m a nd i c e s ........................................................................................................
B ulk ice cre a m a nd cu sta rd (3 g allon s o r m o r e ) ............................................
B ulk va nilla ice cre a m a nd cu sta rd (3 g a llo n s o r m o r e ) .........................
O th e r b u lk ice cre a m and cu sta rd (3 g a llo n s o r m ore) ...........................
C o n su 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 c o n su m e r size (16 oz. to le ss tha n
3 g a llo n s )...........................................................................................................
O th e r co nsu 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 ve lty fo rm s o f fro zen d e sse rts (any fro zen dairy-type d e sse rt less
tha n 16 o u n c e s ) ..................................................................................................
W a te r ice s (16 oz. size o r la r g e r ) .........................................................................
C o nsu m e r-size ice m ilk (16 oz. to le ss tha n 3 g allon s) ..............................
C o nsu m e r-size sh e rb e t (16 oz. to le ss tha n 3 g a llo n 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 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 ......................................................................................

2 024

Fluid m i lk ........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P ackaged flu id m ilk and re la ted p r o d u c ts .............................................................
Fluid w h o le milk, p a c k a g e d ............................................................... ....................
Fluid w h o le milk, packa ge d , N o rth e a st r e g io n ............................................
Fluid w h o le m ilk, packa ge d , N o rth C e ntral r e g io n .....................................
Fluid w h ole m ilk, packaged, S outhern region .............................................
Fluid w h o le milk, packaged, W e stern r e g io n ...............................................
Low fa t milk, 0.5 - 2 .0 % b utterfat, p a c k a g e d ............................................... .
S kim m ilk, p a c k a g e d .................................................................................................
C ream , heavy, w ith m o re th a n 3 0 % b u tte rfa t (w hipping c re a m ) ..............
S ou r cre a m and re la ted p ro d u c ts .........................................................................
H a lf and h a lf a nd re la ted p ro d u cts .....................................................................
C o tta g e ch e e se (inclu d ing fa rm e rs ’ ch ee se, p o t ch e e se and b a k e rs ’
ch ee se) .......................................................................................................................
C o tta g e ch ee se, m a n ufa ctu re d a nd cre a m ed a t th e e s ta b lis h m e n t.......
B utterm ilk, c h o c o la te drin ks a nd o th e r fla vo re d m ilk p ro d u c ts .....................
Y o g u r t .............................................................................................................................
B u tte rm ilk a nd re la ted p ro d u c ts ............................................................................
F la vo red m ilk d rin ks (c h o co la te milk, ch o c o la te d rink) ...............................
S e co 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 r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
C rea m e ry b u t t e r ..........................................................................................................
C hee se ...........................................................................................................................
C o n d e nse d and e va p o ra te d m i lk ..........................................................................
Ice cre a m and fro ze n d e s s e r ts .............................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2026

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
199 0 2

122.2

2024-P
2024-1
2 02 4-11 4
2024-11401
2 02 4-11 4 98
202 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

120.4
119.2
119.2
132.2
117.9
139.5
114.9

2024-11501

0 6 /8 3

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

122.9

7.7

0.6

12 1 . 1

121.8

8.1

.6

121.1

121.8

8.1

.6

134.9
118.3
143.5
115.7

135.7
118.3
144.7
117.0

29.4

.6

2.1

0

45.9
2.9

.8
1.1

116.5

119.7

119.7

4.4

0

2 02 4-11 5 98

0 6 /8 3

114.1

113.5

115.6

2.1

1.9

2 02 4-11 6
2024-151
2 02 4-18 4
2 02 4-19 6
202 4-S M
2 024-S
2024-S S S

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

122.4
113.6
103.4
110.4

126.1
114.3
105.6
114.9

125.8
114.3
103.9
114.9

5.8

-.2

-5 .4
9.6

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

131.7
131.7

134.8
134.8

138.2
138.2

14.4
14.4

2.5
2.5

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

118.3
114.9
117.5
116.6
118.4
114.7

123.0

121.5
120.5
122.7
123.7
124.8
121.3
126.8

9.2

2026-P
202 6-2
202 6-21 2
2 0 2 6 -21 2 00
2 026-21 2 00
2 026-21 2 00
2 026-21200
2 026-223
2 02 6-22 5
202 6-23 2
202 6-24 5
2 02 6-25 2

- 1.2
-1 .3
- 1.6
-1 .7
-2 .3
-3 .0
- .9

G01
G 02
G 03
G 04

122.1

119.1
128.2
103.2

124.7
125.9
127.8
125.0
128.0
121.9
120.5
137.6
101.7

111.2

112.2

117.4

124.0

12 0 . 1
11 2 . 1

202 6-3
202 6-31 3
2026-4
202 6-43 2
202 6-43 4
2 02 6-43 5
2 026-S M
2026-M
2 02 6-Z 89
2026-S
20 2 1 -S
2022-S
2023-S
2 024-S
2026-S S 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

127.5
127.3
119.5
116.5
118.5
121.3

137.5
137.7
116.9
117.8
126.3

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

121.2

112.5
136.9
119.1
131.0

124.6
124.6
115.0
7 9.9
106.9
107.5
120.9
140.3

2032-P
2032-2
2032-3
203 2-37 3
2 03 2-38 6
2032-391
203 2-4
2 032-493

121.2
122.6
88.2

112.8

.6

11.0

10.7
12.1
11.0

14.2
11.3

0

-

1.6
0

121.2

11.8

-.6

119.0
135.6
101.5
107.1
123.0

7.3
15.2
- 2.6
- 2. 8

- 1.2
-1 .5
-4 .5

10.6

-.8

134.2
134.7
117.6
117.4
125.8
114.5

15.9
16.1
4.4
3.7
10.9
2.3

-2 .4
- 2. 2

123.5
123.5
114.5
79.9

5.0
5.0
3.5
-1 3 .1
5.3
5.8
3.7
7.1

-.9
-.9
-.4

100.2

108.9
120.0

139.2

-.2

.6

-.3
-.4
1.5

0

-6 .3
1.3
-.7
-.8

C a nn e d and p re serve d fru its and v e g e ta b le s ..................................................................

203

1 2 /8 4

115.4

118.7

119.4

5.2

.6

C a nn e d s p e c ia ltie s .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C a nn e d soups, e xce p t fro zen o r s e a fo o d .............................................................
C a nn e d dry b e a n s ..........................................................................................................
B ea n s w ith p ork (13.1 o z to 18 o z ) .....................................................................
O th e r ca n n e d dry beans, in clu din g ch ili con ca rn e (13.1 oz to 18 oz) ..
O th e r ca n n e d dry beans, inclu din g chili co n ca rn e (o th e r s iz e s ) .............
C ann e d s p e cia lty f o o d s ................................................................................................
S pa n ish fo o d s (M exica n rice, to rtilla s, e n c h ila d a s ).......................................
O th e r c a n n e d sp ecia ltie s, in clu din g ca n n e d pud ding s (o th e r than
ca n n e d m eats) ....................................................................................................
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 ...................................................

2 032

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

129.8
131.9
144.3
124.3
138.9
115.8

133.0
135.6
148.5
125.4
138.9
118.3
112.7

4.4
5.0
8.9
1.3

1.3
3.3

111.6

131.5
133.8
143.8
125.4
138.9
118.3
112.7

109.0
131.6

111.1

131.0

1 2 /8 2

116.1

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
1 2 /8 7
12/81
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

203 2-49 8
2 032-S M
2032-S
2032-S S S
2033-SS S

S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
O th e r s e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
C a nn e d fru its and v e g e ta b le s ...............................................................................
Canned fruits and v e ge tab le s ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C anned fruits, e xcep t b aby f o o d ..............................................................................
A pp le s ............................................................................................................................
C herries, red p it te d ....................................................................................................
C herries, s w e e t ...........................................................................................................
Fruit pie m ix e s .............................................................................................................
A pp le pie m i x ...........................................................................................................
C herry pie m ix ..........................................................................................................
A p p le s a u c e ...................................................................................................................
O lives, ripe and g reen r i p e .....................................................................................
Peaches, in cluding s p ic e d ......................................................................................

2033
2033-P
2033-1
2033-112
2 033-122
2033-124
2033-162
2033-16261
2 033-16263
2033-171
2033-173
2033-174

See footnotes at end of table.




16

0

1.1

0
0

2.1

0

3.7

0

111.1

- .2

0

131.0

5.1

0

120.8

121.0

6.1

.2

124.4
117.0
131.3

125.7
118.0
132.9

126.0
118.5
132.8

4.0
2.7
5.1

.4
-.1

128.9
128.0
127.5
114.4
154.1
119.0
106.3
108.1

130.3
129.3
127.8
114.4
152.5
119.0
106.0
107.2

130.5
129.5
128.5
114.4
152.5
119.0
106.0
107.2

1.5

.2

1.2

.2

1.3

.5

101.6

101.6

101.6

125.6
113.9
146.3

123.6
114.3
146.3

123.6
114.3
146.3

.8

57.1
1.7
-9 .5
-3.1
-

.2

0
0
.0
0
0

12.0

0

- 1.2
-5 .0

0

.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 rce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t 1

P roduct
co de

Industry
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

C a nn e d fru its a nd v e g e ta b le s— C ontin u ed
Pears, including spiced ......................................................... ..................................
C anned vegetables, e xcep t hom iny and m ushroom s ......................................
Fresh lim a b e a n s ............................................................................ ..................... .
B eans, gre en a nd w ax (including b lue ia k e ) ....................................................
B eans, gre en and w a x (e xcluding b lue lake) ..............................................
C a r r o ts ............................................................................................................................
V eg e ta b le c o m b in a tio n s ...........................................................................................
S pinach ..........................................................................................................................
O th e r leafy g r e e n s .....................................................................................................
W h ite p ota to e s
S auerkraut
A sparagus
B e e t s ........
S w e et corn, w h ole k e r n e l.......................................................................................
S w eet corn, cream s t y le ..........................................................................................
G reen p e a s ...................................................................................................................
T o m a to e s .......................................................................................................................
O th e r cann ed v e g e ta b le s .......................................................................................
C a nn e d hom iny and m u s h ro o m s .............................................................................
M u sh roo m s ...................................................................................................................
Canned fru it juices, nectars, and c o n c e n tr a te s ...................................................
A pp le ju ic e ....................................................................................................................
G rape juice ........................................................................................................ ..........
P in ea pp le j u ic e ............................................................................................................
G ra pe fru it ju ic e ............................................................................................................
O th e r w h o le fru it ju ice s a nd m ixtures o f w h o le fru it ju ic e s ........................
O ra ng e juice, sin gle s t r e n g t h ................................................................................
C a nn e d ve g e ta b le ju ic e s .............................................................................................
T o m a to ju ic e ............................... ....................................................... .........................
C atsup and o th e r tom ato sauces, e tc .............................. ...................................
T o m a to sa uce s ...........................................................................................................
T o m a to sauces, 7.1- 10 oz. s iz e ......................................... ............................
T o m a to sauces, o th e r s iz e s ...............................................................................
C a t s u p ............................................................................................................................
Catsup, 14- 32 oz. size .......................................................................................
C atsup, all o th e r s iz e s .........................................................................................
T o m a to p a s t e ..............................................................................................................
T o m a to paste, all o th e r sizes (incl. b u lk ) ......................................................
T o m a to pulp and puree ..........
Jam s, je llie s a nd p re serve s .......
S tra w b e rry ja m s a nd p re serve s
O th e r ja m s a nd p r e s e rv e s ......
G ra pe je lly .....................................................................................................................
O the r je llie s ...................................................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Canned sp ecia ltie s ................ ...................................................................................
O the r secon da ry p r o d u c ts .............................................................................. .......
Fro ze n fru its and v e g e ta b le s ..................................................................................

2033-175
2033-2
203 3-20 3
2 03 3-20 7
2 033-20792
2033-215
2033-235
2 033-255
2 033-258
2 033-275
2 033-276
2033-291
2033-293
2033-294
2033-295
2033-296
2033-297
2 033-299
2033-3
2033-321
2033-4
2033-411
203 3-42 5
203 3-42 8
2033-431
203 3-47 2
203 3-49 2
2033-5
2033-515
203 3-6
2 03 3-61 4
203 3-61 4 13
2 03 3-61 4 19
2033-621
2033-62122
2033-62 1 23
2033-662
2 033-66264
2033-691
2033-8
2033-811
203 3-81 5
2033-821
2033-825
2033-SM
2033-M
2033-Z 89
2033-S
2032-S
2033-SS S
2037-S

Dried a nd d eh ydrate d fruits, v e g e ta b le s and so up s .......................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
D ried fru its and v e g e ta b le s .........................................................................................
D ried fru its
R aisins .
P ru n e s ..
O th e r fru its
D ried v e g e ta b le s .........................................................................................................
P o ta to e s (including flakes, granules, e t c . ) ....................................................
O nion s .......................................................................................................................
O th e r v e g e ta b le s ....................................................................................................
D ried s o u p s .....................................................................-...............................................
D ried so up 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 t s ......................................................................................................

2034

P ickles, sa uce s and salad d re s s in g s ..................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P ickle s and o th e r pickle d p ro d u c ts .............................................. ...........................
F e rm e n te d p ic k le s .....................................................................................................
Dill p ic k le s ............................................................... .................................................
S w e et p ic k le s ...........................................................................................................
O the r finished p ickled p r o d u c ts ............................................................................
M eat s a u c e s .....................................................................................................................
Prepared m u stard ......................................................................................................
O th e r s a u c e s ................................................................................................................
M a yonnaise, salad d re ssing s and sa nd w ich sp re ad s ......................................

2035

2034-P
2034-X
2034-1
2 034-113
2034-115
2034-123
2034-2
203 4-21 3
203 4-23 7
2034-241
2034-3
2034-311
2034-S M
2 034-S

2035-P
2035-2
2 03 5-21 2
2035-21211
2035-21215
2035-233
2035-3
2035-311
2035-351
2035-4

See footnotes at end of table.




17

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

0 6/8 1
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
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
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
06/8 1
06/8 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

130.7
123.8
144.3
136.3
123.6
139.8
124.5
116.1

132.3
123.3
135.7
128.3
115.8
145.3
127.3
120.5

132.3
122.3
134.3
124.5
111.6

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

4.3
-3 .2
8. 2

- 8.0
-

142.0
127.3
116.1

12.1
1.8

0
-.8

- 1.0
-3 .0
-3 .6
-2 .3

1.0

0

-3 .2

-3 .7

101.6

101.6

101.6

.1

0

146.3
163.5
103.6
134.8
99.6
104.6

156.4

2.2

3.4

(3)
103.6
133.4
98.5
103.9
121.3
147.8
105.6
132.9
131.6
140.4

(3)
4.0
-.4

145.4
103.7
123.6
122.5
133.6
122.4
124.0
131.5
133.9
125.4
146.1
141.1
142.7
127.8
130.3
108.6
104.8
127.4

151.3
148.5
103.6
134.8
98.5
105.1
122.9
148.3
105.5
130.6
129.4
139.3
121.5
124.0
132.6
137.2
123.6
162.1
141.3
144.1
128.0
128.2
105.7
103.4
127.7

102.0

102.0

102.0

121.0

121.8

122.8

123.2
134.3
128.9
130.8
118.5
124.3
145.5

124.5
125.9
137.4
130.8
131.1
122.5
123.3
147.6

(3)
124.6
126.0
137.6
128.6

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

87.3
86.3
144.6
124.8
126.4
182.4

92.3
91.2
145.7
126.3
128.2
182.4

92.3
91.2
145.7
127.2
128.4
181.6

13.3
13.3

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

131.4
132.0
135.3

141.6
142.7
148.5
103.4

146.1
147.6
154.6
103.7

92.9
119.6
113.7
164.7
216.7
91.0
94.6
119.1
119.1

(3)
119.6
113.7
189.2
256.4
(3)
(3)

(3)
119.6
114.7
200.5
275.4
95.3
98.9

12 0 . 1

120.2

12 0 . 1

120.2

1 2 /8 2

119.4

125.2

125.2

4.9

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

137.8
136.6
145.9
120.4
141.3
151.6
163.1
146.9
140.5
150.3
129.5

137.5
136.7
144.4
119.4
139.7
151.5
160.1
150.2
140.5
155.5
129.9

138.6
137.4
146.2
119.3
139.8
150.7
169.1
150.2
140.5
155.5
130.1

5.0
3.1
7.6
6.3
5.7
7.6

12/86

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

121.8

102.8

-

(3)
0

-

1.0

10.2

0

- 8.1
- 8.0
1.7
4.9
8.7

- 1.1
-1 .3
-.3

8. 6

1.7

7.2

.8

.1
1.8

121.6

.6

.1

128.5
132.6
137.2
128.5
162.1
141.3
144.1
129.0
131.1
105.7
106.4
127.8

7.2
1.3
4.0
4.4
14.7
-1 .5
- 1.2
-.4

3.6

121.8

122.5
122.7
146.1

0
0

4.0
0
0
0
.8

2.3

.2

- 2.1
.9
-7 .3
-14.1
(3)
4.0
5.3
7.7
5.8
3.3
3.3

0

2.9
.1
0

O
.1
.1
.1

-1 .7
-7.1
0

-.5

12.1

5.0

-

1.0

0
0

2.6

0

1.8

.7

6.8

.2

-.9

-.4

17.7
18.6
4.1

3.2
3.4
4.1
.3

(3)

(3)

22.8

6. 0

0

2.7
33.9
44.2

6.0

6.1

3.8
.9
.9

.9
7.4
(3)
(3)
.1
.1

0

.8

.5
1.2
-.1
.1

11.8

-.5
5.6

2.2

0

0

0

3.5
.5

.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 Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t 1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

P ickles, sa uce s a nd sa lad d re ssing s— C o ntin u ed
S alad d re s s in g .............................................................................................................
M a y o n n a is 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 t s ......................................................................................................
C a nn e d fru its and v e g e ta b le s ................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................

2035-411
203 5-42 3
203 5-S M
203 5-S
2033-S
2 035-S S S

F ro ze n fru its a nd v e g e ta b le s ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro d u c tio n .............................................................................................................
Fro ze n fruits, ju ice s and a d e s ...................................................................................
O th e r fro zen b e rrie s inclu din g ra s p b e rrie s .......................................................
F rozen o ra ng e ju ic e ...................................................................................................
Fro ze n o ra n g e juice, o v e r o n e g a llo n .............................................................
Frozen o ra ng e juice, 10.1 to 13 o z .................................................................
Fro ze n g ra p e fru it j u i c e .............................................................................................
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 ...........................................................
F rozen le m o n a d e ........................................................................................................
Fro ze n lem o na d e, 10.1 to 13 o z ......................................................................
Frozen grape ju ic e .....................................................................................................
Frozen gra pe juice, 10.1 to 13 o z ....................................................................
O th e r fro zen fru it and berry juice, c o n c e n tr a te d ............................................
F rozen v e g e ta b le s ..........................................................................................................
Frozen green b e a n s ..................................................................................................
Frozen b ru ssels s p ro u ts ...........................................................................................
Frozen c a r r o ts ................................. ...........................................................................
Frozen c a u liflo w e r......................................................................................................
Frozen s u c c o ta s h ......................................................................................................
O the r frozen c o m b in a tio n s .....................................................................................
Frozen fre nch frie d p o ta to e s ..................................................................................
Frozen fre nch frie d p ota to e s, tw o lbs. and u n d e r .....................................
Frozen fre nch frie d p ota to e s, o v e r tw o lb s ....................................................
O th e r frozen p o ta to p ro d u c ts .................................................................................
Frozen sw e et c u t corn, y e llo w ..............................................................................
Frozen sw e et co 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 re c e ip ts .............................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
C anned fru its and v e g e ta b le s ................................................................................
A ll o th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts .................................................................................

2037

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 baked g o o d s ......................................................................
Frozen p ie s ...................................................................................................................
S w e et y e ast g o o d s incl. y e ast raised donuts, s w e e t ro lls ,e tc ....................
S o ft ca ke s(po un d s,laye rs,sh ee t, fru it,c h e e s e .e tc .).........................................
O th e r fro zen b ake d g o o d s(w a ffle s, co o kie s,p a strie s,e tc.)e xcl. b read
a nd r o l l s .................................................................................................................
Fro ze n d inn e rs,b e e f,p o rk,p o u ltry p ies a nd n a tio n a lity f o o d s ..........................
F rozen d inn e rs ............................................................................................................
F rozen p iz z a .................................................................................................................
F rozen n a tio n a lity fo o d ............................................................................................
O th e r fro zen sp e cia ltie s ..............................................................................................
F rozen 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 ts ......................................................................................
Food p re pa ra tion s,n.e .c.............................................................................................

2038

2037-P
2037-1
203 7-16 4
2 03 7-17 9
2037-17901
2 0 3 7-17 9 03
2 037-183
2037-18301
2 0 3 7-18 3 02
2 03 7-18 9
2 037-18902
2037-191
2037-19 1 02
2037-195
2037-2
2 037-213
2037-231
2 037-233
2037-235
2037-243
2 03 7-246
2037-248
2037-24801
2 03 7-24802
2037-249
2037-253
2037-255
2037-298
2037-SM
2037-M
2 03 7-Z 89
2037-S
2033-S
2037-SS S

2038-P
2038-1
2038-111
2 03 8-11 3
203 8-11 4
2 03 8-11 8
2 03 8-2
203 8-22 5
203 8-24 3
203 8-24 5
203 8-3
203 8-31 3
2 03 8-31 8
203 8-S M
2 038-S
2038-SS S
2099-SS S

Feb.
199 0 2

Mar.
199 0 2

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

131.7
130.0

133.6
130.0

133.6
130.4

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

139.7
114.5
142.4

138.6
115.9
141.1

140.3
142.4

8. 2

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

125.7
122.4
114.5

140.5
134.0
140.0
103.8
150.7
153.2
145.0
148.1
136.5
150.1
128.2
130.4
114.6
116.8
128.0
129.3
132.0
113.4
133.5

141.1
134.6
140.7
103.7
151.7
159.4
147.7
147.6
137.4
149.3
130.5
132.7
115.8
118.0
127.8
129.9
127.4
113.4
135.1

11.6

101.2

114.6
112.9
119.0
135.6
126.3
137.2
122.8

125.0
112.8

115.0
115.9
128.5
134.6
106.2
135.5

120.1

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

1.4

0

-.8

.3

8.3
4.6

1.2

3.6
.9
.4
.4
.5

10.7
21.9

-.1

(3)
28.8
34.1

.7
4.0
1.9
-.3
.7
-.5

20.8

13.8
15.7
13.5
12.3
12.3
2.7

1.8
1.8
1.0

2.6

1.0

14.7

-.2

2.8

.5
-3 .5

-8 .4
2. 8

0

1.0

1.2

111.2

112.2

112.2

1.1

0

125.9
103.6
131.9

124.3
105.3
132.7
103.0
138.8

123.6
106.3
132.7
104.0
138.6
110.5
151.5
140.9
130.3

-.9

-.6

101.1

138.2
104.9
150.2
140.6
124.5

110.8

152.1
140.3
129.9

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

110.6

112.6

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

124.7
128.2
131.2
135.7
126.8
122.5

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

132.1
131.9
154.1
108.6
119.9
117.9
120.3
115.5

121.1

121.0

118.3
120.3
116.3

118.3
120.3
116.3

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

124.4
127.0
153.1

124.5
127.0
156.4

125.0
127.0

(3)
(3)
116.9
124.5

(3)
(3)
124.4
137.1

.9

.8

2.9
-4 .8
4.3
1.9

0
1.0
-.1

- .3
-.4
.4
.3

11.0
8.0

4.5

(3)
(3)
124.7
137.4
113.1

(3)
(3)
9.0
15.3
2. 6

.4

125.0
128.6
132.5
136.6
128.7
123.5

125.0
128.5
132.2

2.5
3.0

-.1

(3)
128.7
123.5

(3)
2.5
2.4

134.1
131.8
151.9
110.3

132.5
131.6
151.9
109.7

(3)

(3)
(3)
.2
.2

0

1.8

1.8

3.4
1.7
3.1
5.0
3.9
3.4
4.3
1.0

-.2

(3)
0
0

-

1.2
-.2
0

-.5
-.1
0
0
0

.4

-.2

(3)

0

(3)

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

204

1 2 /8 4

115.0

114.1

113.9

-3 .3

-.2

Flour and o th e r grain m ill p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W h e at f lo u r ........................................................................................................................
B ake rs’ and in stitutio na l w h ite b re ad -type flo u r shipped in b u lk ..............
B a ke rs’ and 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 ke rs’ and in stitu tio n a l s o ft w h e a t flo u r sh ipp e d in b ulk ..........................
B a ke 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 ..............
Fam ily w h ite flo u r 2 5 lb s or m o re (incl a ll-p u rpo se fo r d o m e stic
d o n a tio n )................................................................................................................
Flo 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 r o d u c ts ...........................................................................................
W h e a t m ill f e e d ...........................................................................................................
C orn m ill p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................

2041
2 04 1 -P
2041-1
2041-111

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

109.8
109.0
108.7
107.0

108.3
107.5
108.8
106.7

106.7
105.9
106.9
103.9

-6 .9
-7 .4
-4 .9
- 6. 6

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

204 1-11 3
204 1-11 5
2 04 1-11 7

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

105.8
118.7
120.6

105.0
118.6
118.4

103.2
116.3
113.6

-5 .8
-7 .3
-9 .2

-1 .7
-1 .9
-4.1

2 04 1-12 3
2 04 1-12 7
204 1-2
204 1-21 3
2041-3

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

127.9
134.6
98.1
97.7
91.1

127.9
136.2
84.2
82.8
91.6

127.9
132.6
84.2
82.8
93.0

6.7
-5 .0
-3 0 .4
-3 1 .3
-3 .8

See footnotes at end of table.




18

0

- 2. 6
0
.0

1.5

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
!

Index
base
Nov.
19892

F lo u r and o th e r grain mill p ro d u cts— C ontin u ed
W h o le c o r n m e a l..........................................................................................................
C orn grits and h o m in y ..............................................................................................
O th e r corn m ill p ro du cts (fo r hum an c o n s u m p tio n )......................................
B lended and prepared f l o u r .......................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

2041-311
2041-321
2041-395
2041-5
2041-SM
2041-S

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

112.9
92.1
103.6
119.8

1.4
-2.8
-1.9
.3

.7
.7

Feb. 1990

143.3

143.0

12.0

-.2

139.6
152.5
152.7
154.5
149.3
152.3
149.7
159.3
150.8
164.8

142.2
152.1
153.7
154.5
149.4
157.6
149.8
161.3
142.4
155.6

142.3
152.2
153.8
154.5
149.4
158.5
149.8
161.3
142.4
155.6

5.9
5.0
5.8
5.4
4.6
10.1
4.9
6.8
-.6
-2.9

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

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

96.1
94.9
97.0
98.4
91.0
109.9
106.8
101.1
95.4
110.5
79.5
93.9

95.2
94.0
97.0
97.9
90.1
109.9
106.9
102.3
97.6
110.4
71.6
97.3

96.5
95.4
98.6
100.4
93.1
114.3
106.9
102.2
94.5
117.4
71.4
96.8

4.4
3.2
4.8
4.7
6.0
4.6
2.0
3.2
2.7
5.5
-10.8
6.0

1.4
1.5
1.6
2.6
3.3
4.0
0
-.1
-3.2
6.3
-.3
-.5

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

109.3
108.0
108.0
107.6
116.0
117.2
102.9
99.3
103.7
115.6
79.9
109.6
109.1
106.3

109.7
108.3
108.3
108.0
116.0
117.3
102.9
103.4

110.3
109.1
109.1
108.4
116.1
127.3
102.9
103.3

16.9
.3
4.0

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

2046-P
2046-1
2046-101
2046-10105
2046-105
2046-3
2046-301
2046-303
2046-305
2046-5
2046-7
2046-701
2046-703

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

2046-705
2046-SM
2046-S

06/85

(3)

06/85

108.5

2047-P
2047-1
2047-1A
2047-123
2047-125
2047-127
2047-133

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85

115.5
115.9
115.6
116.6
112.9
120.1
121.0
114.6

115.2
115.5
115.4
116.4
112.5
119.9
120.7
114.6

2045

2046

Dog, cat, a nd 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 d og f o o d .......................................................................................
Dry dog foo d (package size under 25 pounds) .........................................
Dry d og fo o d (p a ckag e size 25 pou nd s o r o v e r ) .......................................
S e m im o ist d og foo d (p a ckag e size o ve r 1 p o u n d ) ....................................

142.5

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

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

W e t co rn m illing ..........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Corn sw e ete ne rs ............................................................................................................
G lucose syrup .............................................................................................................
T ype III (58 up to 98 dextro se equivalent) ...................................................
High fru cto se corn syrup .........................................................................................
M a n ufactured s t a r c h .....................................................................................................
C orn s ta r c h ...................................................................................................................
O the r starch (including p otato, w heat, rice, e t c . ) ...........................................
D extrin (corn, ta p io ca and o th e r ) ..........................................................................
C orn oil ..............................................................................................................................
W e t p ro cess corn b y p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................
C orn gluten f e e d .........................................................................................................
Corn gluten m eal ............................................................................... ........................
O th e r w e t p ro ce ss b yprod ucts, inclu din g ste e p w a te r co n ce n tra te
(5 0 % so lid s b a s is ) .............................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

06/83

2044

B le nd ed and prepared f lo u r ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B lended and prepared flo u r m ade ch iefly from 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 a ke m ixes, 5 lbs o r m o r e ..................................................................................
C ookie, dou gh n ut, o th e r sw e e t ye a st m ixtures, le ss tha n 5 lb s ............
C ookie, dou gh n ut, o th e r sw e e t y e a st m ixtures, 5 lbs o r m o r e .............
B read and b read-type roll m ixes, 5 lbs o r m o r e ........................................
O the r prepared flo u r mixes, less tha n 5 lb s..................................................
O the r prepared flo u r mixes, 5 lbs o r m o r e ...................................................
R efrigerated d o u g h s ..................................................................................................
R efrigerated b iscuit d o u g h ..................................................................................
O the r refrigerated d o u g h 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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
Food preparations, n .e .c...........................................................................................

111.3
90.2
101.5
119.8

2043

R ice m illin g ....................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Head r i c e ...........................................................................................................................
Long grain m illed r i c e ...............................................................................................
P acked in 100-pound bags o r m o r e ...............................................................
P acked in 3-pound c o nta ine rs o r le s s ............................................................
P acked 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 ...............................................................
P acked 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 .............................................................................
A ll o th e r m illed rice and b yprod ucts ...................................................................

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

2043-P
2043-1
2043-111
2043-112
2043-115
2043-117
2043-119
2043-2
2043-252

C ereal b re akfa st f o o d s .............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R eady to serve cereal bre akfa st f o o d s ..................................................................
C orn fla kes and o th e r corn b re akfa st f o o d s ....................................................
W h e at fla kes and o th e r w h ea t b re akfa st f o o d s .............................................
O at b re akfa st fo o d s ...................................................................................................
R ice b re akfa st f o o d s ................................................................................................
P reparations o f o th e r grains and m ixed grains.incl. baby c e r e a ls ..........
T o be co o ke d b e fo re serving ce re al b re a kfa st f o o d s ......................................
Farina and o th e r w h ea t fo o d s ...............................................................................

2047

2045-P
2045-5
2045-5A
2045-553
2045-554
2045-561
2045-562
2045-567
2045-568
2045-569
2045-5B
2045-571
2045-579
2045-SM
2045-M
2045-Z89
2045-S
2045-SSS
2099-S

See footnotes at end of table.




o cr

P roduct
co de

C Tl
O
C <D
O

Industry and p ro d u c t 1

Industry
co de

19

112.9
91.5
102.9
119.8

0

0

4.9

.5

4.7

.7
.7
.4

4.7
4.9

7.7

.1
8.5
0

-.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

115.6
76.7
109.6
109.1

115.6
76.7
112.2
111.7

5.6
-4.1
3.9
3.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

119.8
119.8
118.6
122.8
112.2

119.8
119.8
123.2
127.3
116.9

119.8
119.8
120.9
123.7
116.7

7.2
7.2
6.0
5.1
7.5

0
0
-1.9
-2.8
-.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

111.0
112.0
113.4
128.8
124.9
102.3
115.0
115.2
126.3
101.3
77.4
134.5
156.3
162.2

112.4
113.5
113.3
129.7
125.2
102.0
115.6
115.9
126.3

3.2
4.3
3.8
5.7
1.1

1.3
1.3
-.1

(3)

0
0
2.4
2.4
(3)

.7

84.2
137.3
156.8
156.1

6.3
6.0
15.3
-.2
15.8
-3.2
-7.7
-11.4

.2
-.3
.5
.6
0
-.2
8.8
2.1
.3
-3.8

(3)

94.4

(3)

(3)

103.3

103.6

-5.5

115.8
116.2
115.9
117.1
115.3
121.3
120.6
114.6

.9
1.9
1.9
2.1
5.2
2.5

2.5
1.2

1.2

-.1

2.7

0

1 0 1.1

4.4

.3

.6
.6
.5

.4

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
b ase
Nov.
19892

Dog, cat, and o th e r p e t fo o d — C ontin u ed
C a t f o o d ....................... .................................................................................................
Dry c a t foo d (package size u nder 25 p o u n d s )............................................
Fresh and fro zen h o r s e m e a t..................................................................................
O the r p et and s p ecia lty f o o d 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 ......................................................................................................
P repared anim al feeds, n .e .c................................................ ..................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P oultry feeds, egg type, b roiler and t u r k e y ...........................................................
S tarter-grow er, c o m p lete .........................................................................................
Layer-breeder, c o m p le te ........ .................................................................................
B roiler, c o m p le te .............................. ..........................................................................
Layer-breeder, su pp le m e nts and c o n c e n tr a te s ..............................................
D airy ca ttle feeds, c o m p le te ......................................................................................
Dairy ca ttle fee d , su p p le m e n ts a nd c o n c e n tr a te s .............................................
S w in e fee d s, c o m p le t e .................................................................................................
S w in e feed, s u p p le m e n ts a nd co n ce n tra te s .......................................................
B ee f c a ttle feeds, c o m p le te ........................................................................................
B ee f c a ttle feed, su pp le m e nts and c o n c e n tr a te s ..............................................
O the r p ou ltry and live stock feeds, including duck, geese, horse, mule,

2 04 7-1 B
2047-153
204 7-1 C
2047-2
2047-SM
2047-S

Feb.
19902

Mar.
199 0 2

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

113.4
118.3
103.0
121.4

113.4
118.1
103.0
117.0

113.3
117.7
99.1
121.7

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

1.9
-3 .7
-4 .3
1.2

-0.1
-.3
-3 .8
4.0

1 2 /8 5

109.5

109.7

109.7

-8 .0

0

2048-P
2048-1
2048-111
2 048-115
2048-116
2048-117
204 8-2
204 8-3
2 04 8-4
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
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

93.1
93.0
84.2
67.6
88.0
90.8
94.2
92.6
90.7
99.6
99.4
121.7
98.7

90.8
90.5
82.2
70.1
87.6
85.7
91.9
91.2
86.5
95.6
94.1
116.4
97.2

90.0
89.6
81.1
66.7
85.9
85.4
91.7
89.7
85.5
96.0
94.6
111.8
96.9

-1 1 .7
-1 2 .0
-1 5 .3
-17.1
-1 3 .9
-1 6 .7
-8 .8
-11.1
-1 6 .9
-1 0 .0
-1 5 .6
-4 .4
-4 .2

-.9
-1 .0
-1 .3
-4 .9
-1 .9
-.4
-.2
-1 .6
-1 .2
.4
.5
-4 .0
-.3

2 048-8
2 04 8-81 6
204 8-9

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

102.0
112.4
98.9

101.6
111.9
100.3

101.5
111.8
99.4

-8 .7
-9 .9
-5 .8

-.1
-.1
-.9

2048-911
2048-SM
2048-M
204 8-Z 89
2048-S

1 2 /8 0

55.3

55.4

55.6

-3 .0

.4

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

88.8
88.5
103.9

89.5
89.2
103.1

89.4
89.1
103.7

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

-.1
-.1
.6

2048

e tc ..................................................................................................................................
H orse and mule, co m p le te f e e d ...................................... ....................................
O th e r p re pa re d anim al f e e d s .....................................................................................
G rain, g round, rolle d , pulverized, ch op pe d , o r crim ped, exclud in g
c o r n m e a 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 e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
B ake ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

205

1 2 /8 4

125.0

128.0

128.1

5.3

.1

B read, cake, and re la ted p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
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 o rth C e n tr a l....................................................................
W h ite p an b read, S o u t h .............................................................................. ....
W h ite pan bread, W e s t ....................................................................................
W h ite h earth bread ........................................ .......................................................
O th e r b read ..................................................................................................................
D a rk w h e a t b r e a d ...................................................................................................
Rye b r e a d ..................................................................................................................
O th e r va rie ty b r e a d ...............................................................................................
B read type rolls, stuffing, and c ru m b s .............................................................. .
B read type r o lls ...........................................................................................................
H am b urge r and w e in er r o lls ...............................................................................
B row n and serve rolls
O th e r bread type rolls
S w e et ye ast g o o d s ............
O the r sw e et ye ast g oods
S o ft c a kes ............................
S nack c a k e s ....................
O the r s o ft c a k e s ............
Pies ........................................
S n a ck p i e s ....................................................................................................................
O th e r p i e s .....................................................................................................................
C a ke typ e d o u g h n u ts ....................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................
O the r s e con da ry p r o d u c ts ............................... .......................................................
C o o kie s a nd 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

154.6
154.8
153.9
155.3
154.1
165.1
160.5
140.3
153.6
166.6
149.7
142.4
158.9
163.6
150.4
151.6
150.0
147.5
154.6
145.5
144.0
169.8
175.8
157.1
169.9
181.6
154.7
146.7

158.5
156.9
157.5
156.9
156.0
166.1
165.5
140.6
154.4
166.6
159.6
156.9
166.1
163.7
151.2
152.4
150.6
150.2
155.0
145.5
144.0
169.8
175.8
157.1
171.8
181.6
159.1
149.1

158.5
157.3
157.9
157.5
156.6
168.3
165.6
140.7
154.4
167.0
159.2
156.8
1 6 '.4
166.4
151.3
152.6
150.7
150.2
155.0
148.2
144.0
169.8
175.8
157.1
171.4
182.5
157.1
148.2

4.6
4.6
5.8
5.9
6.4
6.7
9.0
4.0
5.8
2.6
5.4
6.3
1.2
7.0
4.6
5.0
5.1
2.5
5.4
3.7
2.1
1.6
1.9
1.0
- .3
1.1
-2 .2
8.3

0
.3
.3
.4
.4
1.3
.1
.1
0
.2
-.3
-.1
-2 .8
1.6
.1
.1
.1
0
0
1.9
0
0
0
0
-.2
.5
-1 .3
-.6

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

155.6
125.7
138.7
141.7
136.9

168.4
136.0
136.7
141.7
133.2

166.2
134.2
137.7
141.7
135.0

3.6
3.6
3.9
3.2
4.7

-1 .3
-1 .3
.7
0
1.4

C o o kie s and c r a c k e r s ....................................................................... ........................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Crackers, cra cke r sandw iches, and p r e tz e ls .......................................................
C racke rs .........................................................................................................................
G raham c ra c k e r s ....................................................................................................
S a ltin e s .......................................................................................................................
O the 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 ookies ..........................................................................................................................

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

138.0
139.6
149.2
154.5
135.6
145.8
162.4
113.6
119.0
132.3
131.6

141.0
143.0
152.9
158.8
136.2
152.2
166.3
113.6
119.1
135.4
134.6

141.5
143.5
153.5
159.5
139.0
154.0
166.2
113.6
119.1
135.8
134.9

7.1
7.1
7.5
8.1
9.4
11.4
6.9
5.0
.8
6.7
6.5

.4
.3
.4
.4
2.1
1.2
-.1
0
0
.3
.2

2 0 5 1 -P
2051-1
2 05 1-1 A
2051-111
2051-11101
2 0 5 1-11 1 02
2 051-11103
2 051-11104
2 05 1-11 3
2 0 5 1 -1B
2 05 1-11 5
2 05 1-11 7
2051-128
2 051-2
2 051-23
2051-233
2 051-235
2051-239
2051-3
2051-398
2051-4
2051-413
2051-418
2 051-5
2 05 1-51 3
2 05 1-51 9
2051-7
2 0 5 1 -SM
2 0 5 1 -M
2 0 5 1 -Z99
2 051-S
2 0 5 1 -SSS
2052-S

2052-P
2052-1
2 052-1A
2052-123
2052-125
2052-198
2 052-135
2052-151
2052-2
2 052-2A

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
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P roduct
co de

Index
b ase
Nov.
1 9892

C o o kie s and cra cke rs— C o ntinued
S an d w ich co o kie s ..................................................................................................
M a rsh m a llo w c o o k ie s ...........................................................................................
All o th e r co o kie s and w a f e 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 re ce 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 co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2 052-213
2 052-215
2 05 2-23 7
2052-SM
2052-M
2052-Z 89
2 052-S
2052-SS S

C Tl
O
C CD
O

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

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

141.4
123.7
128.2

146.1

146.7

8.2

0.4

(3)
130.4

(3)
130.7

(3)
5.8

(3)
.2

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

131.9
131.9
116.0
120.9

131.9
131.9
116.3
121.4

131.9
131.9
116.6
122.1

8.7
8.7
4.7
9.6

0
0
.3
.6

S ug a r a nd c o n fe c tio n e ry p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

206

1 2 /8 4

110.5

111.3

112.1

2.1

.7

R a w ca ne sugar m i lls ............................................................................... ................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R aw ca ne su ga r .............................................................................................................

2061
2 06 1 -P
2061-1

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

114.4
114.4
114.8

114.3
114.3
114.7

115.4
115.4
115.8

4.5
4.5
5.9

1.0
1.0
1.0

C ane sugar r e fin in g ....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ....................................... .........................................................................
R efined ca ne s u g a r ........................................................................................................
G ranulated cane s u g a r.............................................................................................
C onsum er u n its ........................................................................................................
C o m m ercial u n it s ....................................................................................................

2 062
2062-P
2062-1
2062-1A
2 062-112
2062-114

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

121.7
121.7
121.7
124.8
124.5
124.3

123.3
123.3
123.3
128.0
125.7
128.9

124.3
124.3
124.3
127.7
124.6
129.5

5.9
5.9
5.9
8.0
4.3
10.4

.8
.8
.8
-.2
-.9
.5

B eet sugar pro cessin g .............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B ee t s u g a r .........................................................................................................................
G ranulated b ee t s u g a r .............................................................................................
Individual services and consu m e r units ........................................................
B ulk s h ip m e n ts .......................................................................................................
Liquid sugar o r s y r u p .................................................................................................
S ucrose t y p e ............................................................................................................
O the r pro du cts and b y p r o d u c ts ................................................................................

2063
2063-P
2063-1
2063-1X
2 063-107
2 063-115
2063-15
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

118.6
118.7
119.5
118.7
113.1
113.7
123.1
111.9
110.9

120.8
121.0
121.7
120.8
115.3
114.7
124.9
112.6
114.5

120.6
120.8
121.5
120.8
116.7
114.5
123.0
112.6
113.4

-.1
-.1
.3
.5
.3
2.5
-1 .8
2.0
-4 .5

-.2
-.2
-.2
0
1.2
-.2
-1 .5
0
-1 .0

C o nfe ction e ry p r o d u c ts ............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C h oco la te and c h 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 c tio n e ry p r o d u c ts ...............................
N o n ch o co la te -typ e co n fe c tio n e ry p ro d u cts ..........................................................
N o n ch o co la te -typ e co n fe c tio n e ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................
C o nfe ction e ry p roducts, n .e .c......................................................................................
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 econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2065

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

120.6
121.7

121.1
122.4

122.5
123.6

2.6
2.8

1.2
1.0

0 6 /8 3

118.1

118.1

118.1

.3

0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

121.8
128.1

123.6
128.6

125.5
131.3

5.6
3.9

1.5
2.1

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

117.8
117.8
105.5

117.8
117.8
105.5

121.2
121.2
105.5

2.2
2.2
-1 .7

2.9
2.9
0

C h oco la te and co c o a p r o 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 o c o la te c o atin gs ......................................................................................
M ilk ch o c o la te c o atin gs ...........................................................................................
C h oco la te and ch oco la te -typ e co n fe c tio n e ry p r o d u c ts ....................................
C h oco la te and ch oco la te -ty p e co nfe c tio n e ry p ro du cts ...............................
O the r c h o c o la te and co c o a pro du cts .....................................................................
C hocolate, s w e e te n e d ..............................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2066

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

107.6
107.2
91.3
73.0
90.1

107.4
107.0
90.9
72.8
89.6

108.0
107.7
93.2
76.1
90.9

-2.1
-2 .4
-9 .9
-1 5 .9
-5 .7

.6
.7
2.5
4.5
1.5

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

118.7
105.5
92.6

118.2
105.8
93.5

118.4
106.1
93.4

1.6
-2 .5
-5 .2

.2
.3
-.1

0 6 /8 3

103.6

(3)

103.6

0

C hew ing gum and gum b a s e ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C hew ing gum ........................................................ ..........................................................
N o nd ie tetic chew ing gum ........................................................................................

2067

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

119.8
119.9
120.9
120.9

121.9
121.4
122.5
122.5

121.9
121.4
122.5
122.5

-1 .2
-1 .7
-2 .2
-2 .2

0
0
0
0

F ats and o i l s .................................................................................................................................

207

1 2 /8 4

98.5

94.5

97.6

-1 1 .3

3.3

C o tto n see d oil m ill p ro 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 otto n see d oil, once 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, meal, 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 ........................................................................................................

2 074

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

110.0
116.2
66.7
66.7
65.2
65.2
185.8
185.8
197.4
194.2
233.0

107.8
113.3
67.2
67.2
66.4
66.4
205.8
205.8
182.7
181.9
200.6

108.0
113.5
72.2
72.2
71.1
71.1
205.8
205.8
174.4
173.5
191.7

-6 .0
2.3
7.3
7.3
10.4
10.4
47.4
47.4
-8 .6
-1 8 .2
76.5

.2
.2
7.4
7.4
7.1
7.1
0
0
-4 .5
-4 .6
-4 .4

Soybean oil m ill p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Soybean oil .......................................................................................................................
Crude soybean o i l ......................................................................................................

2075

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

83.7
82.3

77.7
75.5

82.8
79.8

-1 8 .3
-21.1

6.6
5.7

1 2 /7 9

70.1

69.6

77.8

1.8

11.8

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

2066-P
2066-1
2066-112
2066-122
2066-2
2066-211
2066-8
2066-821
2066-SM
2066-S

2067-P
2067-1
2067-112

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

2075-P
2075-1
2075-11

See footnotes at end of table.




21

(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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

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

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
Nov.
19892

S oyb e an oil m ill p ro d u cts— C o ntinued
S oyb e an oil, crude, n ot d e g u m m e d .................................................................
S oyb e an cake, meal, and o th e r b y p r o d u c ts .........................................................
S oyb e an byprod ucts, m e a l.....................................................................................

Feb.
1 99 0 2

Mar.
1 9902

Feb. 1990

2 07 5-11 5
2 07 5-2
2075-211

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

73.7
88.7
88.1

73.3
78.1
78.0

82.3
79.9
79.3

2.1
-3 0 .4
-3 0 .9

12.3
2.3
1.7

2076-P
2 07 6-2

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

131.5
124.0
109.1

133.6
120.2
112.5

137.7
118.8
113.9

9.2
-7 .3
11.8

3.1
-1 .2
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
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

117.5
107.6
98.9
99.8
98.3
103.2
93.7
113.6
114.4
112.9
96.9
111.4
117.8
136.3
114.3

118.8
104.6
102.2
101.4
99.7
105.3
106.5
105.6
105.8
104.4
93.4
102.2
109.3
97.7

116.5
101.8
97.8
96.4
94.0
101.6
105.9
104.2
103.9
102.6

-9.1
-1 4 .8
-9 .4
-9 .7
-1 2 .1
-4 .3
-7 .9
-1 9 .5
-1 7 .4
-1 7 .4

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

(3)
101.3
107.3
97.9

(3)
-2 4 .0
-1 5 .7
-30.1

(3)
-.9
-1 .8
.2

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

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

2076

A nim al a nd m arin e fa ts and o i l s ...........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G re ase and in ed ib le ta llo w .........................................................................................
Inedible tallow , including in ed ib le anim al s te a rin ............................................
Inedible b e e f t a llo w ................................................................................................
O th e r in ed ib le ta llo w a nd in ed ib le anim al s t e a r in ......................................
G rease, o th e r tha n w o ol g r e a s e ...........................................................................
Feed and fe rtilize r b y -p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................
M e a t/b o n e m eal .........................................................................................................
M e a t m eal a nd m e a t a nd b on e m e a l.............................................................
Dry re n de re d ta n ka ge ..............................................................................................
Fe a th e r m e a l................................................................................................................
A nim al and m arin e oil mill pro du cts, inclu din g f o o t s ........................................
Fish a nd m arine anim al o i l .....................................................................................
Fish scra p and m e a l..................................................................................................
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 ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................

2 077

S h o rte n in g and 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 oils ......................................................................................
Baking or frying f a t s ..................................................................................................
B aking o r frying fa ts (shortening), 100% ve ge tab le o i l ............................
Baking or frying fats (shortening), 100% anim al fa ts or b lends of
ve ge tab le and anim al f a t s ...........................................................................
H yd ro ge n ate d o ils o th e r tha n baking o r frying f a t s .......................................
S alad o r co o kin g o ils .................................................................................................
S alad o r co okin g oils, o th e r soybe an o i l .......................................................
S alad o r co okin g oils, 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 ils ...........................................................................
M a rg a rin 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 e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2079

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

208

1 2 /8 4

109.8

M a lt b e v e ra g e s ............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C a nn e d b ee r ....................................................................................................................
Ligh t b ee r in c a n s ......................................................................................................
R e gu la r b e e r in c a n s .................................................................................................
B o ttle d b e e r .....................................................................................................................
R e turna ble b o ttle s .....................................................................................................
R e gu la r b ee r in re turna ble b o t t le s ...................................................................
N o n re tu rn a b le b o t t le s ................................................................................................
L igh t b ee r in n o n re turn a ble b o t t le s ..................................................................
R e gu la r b ee r in n on re turn a ble b o t t le s ............................................................
B arre ls a nd ke gs ............................................................................................................
R e gu la r b ee r in b arrels and k e g s .........................................................................
O th e r fe rm e n te d m a lt beve 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

113.8
113.8
119.8
107.6
121.5
104.1

M a lt a nd m a lt b y p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M a lt a nd m a lt 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

W ines, bra nd y and bra nd y sp irits .........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G ra pe 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-g e ne ric, and p ro prieta ry w in e s ..................................
R ed w in e s .....................................................................................................................
Red va rie tal w in e s ..................................................................................................
Red generic, sem i-generic, and p ro prieta ry w in e s ....................................
R o se w in e s ...................................................................................................................
R o se generic, sem i-g e ne ric, and p ro prieta ry w in e s .................................
O th e r fru it a nd berry w in e s .........................................................................................
O th e r fru it and b erry w in e s .....................................................................................
D e ssert w in e s ..................................................................................................................

2084

2 077-P
2077-1
2077-111
2077-11111
2 0 7 7-11 1 13
207 7-11 3
2077-2
2077-211
2077-21111
2 07 7-21 2
207 7-23 7
2077-3
2077-361
2 07 7-36 6
207 7-S M
2 077-M

2079-P
2079-1
2079-11
2079-113
207 9-11 5
207 9-14 2
207 9-15
207 9-15 2
207 9-15 4
207 9-15 9
2 07 9-2
207 9-S M
2079-S

1 2 /8 2

107.7

111.2

(3)

1 2/81
12/8 1
12/81
1 2 /8 9
1 2/81

118.8
119.4
118.0

118.9
119.4
118.2
102.0
125.2

122.9
123.6
121.3
104.8
132.2

(3)
108.1
100.5

(3)
109.9
103.2

(3)
(3)
125.6
(3)

(3)
(3)
125.6
129.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
1.9
6.3

118.5

120.9

-8.1

2.0

111.1

112.4

3.5

1.2

115.1
115.1
121.2
108.1
123.0
105.5

116.6
116.6
122.6
109.2
124.5
107.6

.4
.4
3.4
1.5
3.6
-4 .6

1.3
1.3
1.2
1.0
1.2
2.0

(3)
125.6

12/8 1
12/81
1 2 /8 9
0 2 /9 0
0 2 /9 0
1 2/81
12/81

105.7
110.3

12/81

118.1

(3)
103.3
114.6
119.0
123.0

2.8
3.4
2.4
(3)
.9
(3)
-4 .0

3.4
3.5
2.6
2.7
5.6
(3)
1.7
2.7
(3)
(3)
0
(3)

2082-P
2082-1
2082-111
2 08 2-11 2
208 2-2
2082-211
2 0 8 2-21 1 12
2082-221
2082-22111
2 0 8 2-22 1 12
2082-3
208 2-31 2
2082-4
2082-411

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

86.3
122.3
123.6
122.1

86.5
125.0
127.7
124.6

90.3
125.2
127.7
124.8

-1 4 .0
3.7
3.4
3.7

4.4
.2
0
.2

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

123.2
103.3
107.2

123.4
104.0
108.1

123.4
104.6
108.9

-1 .0
1.9
2.1

0
.6
.7

2083-P
2083-1
2083-121

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

119.7
119.7
119.7
119.7

117.1
117.1
117.1
117.1

117.1
117.1
117.1
117.1

-1 3 .8
-1 3 .8
-1 3 .8
-1 3 .8

0
0
0
0

2084-P
2084-1
208 4-11 2
2084-11211
2084-11221
208 4-11 4
2084-11411
2084-11421
208 4-11 6
2 084-11621
2084-3
2084-311
208 4-4

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

111.2
111.4
108.8
107.5
117.3
104.5
113.1
143.0
103.9
103.9
98.5
111.5
111.5
105.4

113.0
114.0
108.8
106.2
117.8
102.5
112.8
141.6
103.9
107.2
100.4
111.5
111.5
112.4

113.8
114.8
110.3
108.3
117.9
105.3
114.4
146.3
104.6
107.3
100.5
111.5
111.5
112.4

5.8
6.0
3.7
4.8
1.5
6.0
2.1
1.6
2.4
4.6
2.4
3.2
3.2
9.6

.7
.7
1.4
2.0
.1
2.7
1.4
3.3
.7
.1
.1
0
.0
0

_
See footnotes at end of table.




Mar. 1989

22

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
code

Index
base
Nov.
198 9 2

W ines, bra nd y and b randy sp irits— C ontin u ed
D e ssert w in e s ..............................................................................................................
S pa rkling w ines, natural a nd c a rb o n a te d ..............................................................
S parkling w ines, natural and ca rb on ate 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 ......................................................................................................

2084-411
2084-5
2084-511
2084-SM
2084-S

112.4
102.1
102.1

9.6
3.8
3.8

0
.7
.7

127.1

127.1

127.1

8.1

0

116.7
116.1
117.4
116.9
105.2
102.4
114.8
108.6
123.5
119.8
110.4

119.0
118.3
119.9
121.4
107.3
102.4
116.5
108.6
127.4
121.0
109.7

119.5
118.9
120.6
121.4

7.3
7.3
7.9
3.8

.4
.5
.6
0

(3)
102.4
116.5
113.1
127.4
124.9
111.3

(3)
0
1.5
4.4
13.6
4.3
3.1

0
0
4.1
0
3.2
1.5

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

109.1
109.5
107.6

110.9
111.3
107.6

111.3
111.7
107.6

3.9
3.9
.2

.4
.4
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

124.7
125.4
101.6
101.7
101.8
101.4
104.1
101.3

125.8
126.8
102.9
102.8
102.8
102.6
104.5
102.1

127.8
128.9
104.6
105.5
106.2
107.5
104.3
104.4

4.8
5.0
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

1.6
1.7
1.7
2.6
3.3
4.8
-.2
2.3

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

103.0
101.4
102.3

104.2
102.7
103.9

106.1
103.1
104.4

(3)
(3)
(3)

1.8
.4
.5

2 08 6-11 2 59
2086-13
2086-131
2086-13111
2086-14
2086-141
2086-14121
2086-14123
2086-14124

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

100.3
100.8
100.9
99.0
101.6
103.2
105.3
98.6
100.1

101.2
101.5
101.1
99.3
104.3
105.0
106.3
103.0

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

.1
.2
.2
.3
-.3
-.2
-.4
1.3

(3)

101.3
101.7
101.3
99.6
104.0
104.8
105.9
104.3
101.1

(3)

2086-14127
2086-142
2086-14228
2086-16
2086-161
2086-16142

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

94.8
92.2
90.5
102.0
101.4
101.0

100.5
99.6
99.3
102.5
102.0
101.1

99.2
98.7
97.3
105.1
104.9
104.1

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

-1 .3
-.9
-2 .0
2.5
2.8
3.0

2086-16144
2086-162
2086-16245

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

102.3
104.6
100.1

104.0
104.3
99.0

106.5
106.0
102.1

(3)
(3)
(3)

2.4
1.6
3.1

2086-16247
2086-171
2086-4
2086-411
2086-421
2086-SM
2086-M
2086-Z 89

Fla vo rin g e xtra cts a nd sirups, n .e .c......................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Flavoring extracts, e m ulsions and o th e r liquid f la v o r s .....................................
N atural extracts in co nta ine rs o f m ore than 8 o u n c e s ................................
Im itation e x tr a c ts .........................................................................................................
Liquid beve ra ge bases, n o t fo r use by s o ft d rin k b o t t le r s ..............................

1 2 /8 3

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

111.5
100.6
103.4
104.8
100.8

112.3
103.6
103.6
104.7
101.4

112.0
104.0
104.2
105.7
101.4

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

-.3
.4
.6
1.0
0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

120.7
121.8

120.1
121.2

122.2
123.4

3.4
3.4

1.7
1.8

2087-P
2087-1
2 087-115
2087-153
2087-2
208 7-21 5
2 087-225
2087-3
2087-313
2087-339

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

112.4
113.6
102.9
104.6
102.1
109.9
109.8
109.9
121.7
122.0
119.9

114.0
115.4
103.0
104.8
102.1
110.9
115.5
110.3
125.1
125.6
121.8

114.0
115.3
103.0
104.8
102.1
110.7
117.9
109.8
125.1
125.6
121.8

2.5
2.9
1.2
2.5
0
1.7
5.7
1.1
4.0
4.1
3.0

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

2087-4
2087-435

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

107.7
104.3

108.3
104.3

108.2
104.3

2.1
2.6

-.1
0

2086

2087

2085-P
2085-3
2085-312
2 085-315
2085-321
2085-325
2085-333
2085-351
2 085-355
2085-357
2085-SM
2085-M
2 085-Z89
2085-S

See footnotes at end of table.




112.4
101.4
101.4

Feb. 1990

2 086-11 1 57
2 08 6-11 2
208 6-11 2 58

B ottle d and canned s o ft d r in k s .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B ottle d and canned so ft d r in k s .................................................................................
C anned carb on ate d s o ft d rinks in 10 and 12 oz c a n s ................................
N o n d ie te tic s .............................................................................................................
C o l a .........................................................................................................................
O ra ng e ...................................................................................................................
Lem on, lim e a nd le m o n - lim e ..........................................................................
O th e r ca rb o n a te d fla vo rs including ca rb o n a te d w a te r and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................
Low c a lo r ie ................................................................................................................
C o l a .........................................................................................................................
O th e r ca rb o n a te d fla vo rs including ca rb o n a te d w a te r and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................
10 to 12 oz b o ttle d ca rb o n a te d s o ft d r in k s ......................................................
N o n d ie te tic s .............................................................................................................
C o l a .........................................................................................................................
16 oz b ottle d ca rb on ate d s o ft d r in k s ..................................................................
N o n d ie te tic ................................................................................................................
C o l a .........................................................................................................................
Lem on, lim e and lem on lim e ..........................................................................
R o ot beer, sarsaparilla and ginger ale ......................................................
O the r ca rb on ate d fla vors including ca rb on ate d w a ter and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................
Low calorie
C ola ..
A ll o th e r size b ottled ca rb on ate d so ft d r in k s ...................................................
N o nd ie tetics .............................................................................................................
C ola .........................................................................................................................
O the r ca rb on ate d fla vors including ca rb on ate d w a ter and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................
Low C a lo r ie ..............................................................................................................
C ola .........................................................................................................................
O the r ca rb on ate d fla vors including carb on ate d w a te r and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................
F ruit drinks, co ckta ils and ades co nta ining no real fru it juice ..................
S o ft drin ks sold in b u lk .................................................................................................
C ola .................................................................................................................................
O th e r fla v o r s .................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du 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 sales ..........................................................................................................................

t a b le t s .........................................................................................................................
S oft drinks (e ffe rve sce nt and n on effe rve scen t) .............................................

105.4
100.5
100.5

Mar. 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
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

2085

O the r fla v o r s .................................................................................................................
O the r flavoring agents, e xcep t ch oc o la te sirups; fla voring pow ders and

Mar.
1 9902

2086-P
2086-1
2086-11
2086-111
2086-11151
2 08 6-11 1 52
2 086-11 1 53

D istilled liquor, e xcep t b r a n d y ...............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B ottle d liquor, e xcep t b r a n d y .....................................................................................
B lends o f w h is k e y ......................................................................................................
W h iske y blended w ith neutral s p ir its ...................................................................
R e ctified g in ..................................................................................................................
C ordials, liq u e u rs .........................................................................................................
R e ctified vo dka ...........................................................................................................
U n rectified w h is k e y ....................................................................................................
U nrectified gin .............................................................................................................
U n rectified v o d k a .......................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

C o cktail m ix e s .............................................................................................................
O the r fla v o r s .................................................................................................................
Liquid beve ra ge bases, fo r use by s o ft drin k b o t t le r s ......................................
O the r liquid beverage bases co ntaining ko la e xtract o r fla v o r in g ............

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

Feb.
19902

23

(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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

Flavo rin g e xtra cts and sirups, n.e .c.—-C ontinued
O th e r fla vo rin g p ow d e rs a nd tab le ts; dry m ix co ckta ils; fla voring
p a s t e ........................................................................................................................
F lavoring sirups fo r fou n ta in , ice cream , hom e b e ve ra ge use, all
f la v o r s .....................................................................................................................
Fruit, cru sh ed o r w hole, fo r fo u n ta in a nd ice cre a m u s e ............................
Fo od c o lo rin g 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 ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

Feb.
199 0 2

Mar.
1 99 0 2

Mar. 1989

2 08 7-43 6

1 2 /8 5

108.7

111.5

111.3

4.1

2 08 7-45 9
2087-461
2087-471
2 087-S M
2 087-S

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

109.3
114.3
92.5

109.3
112.6

109.3

.1

1 2 /8 5

103.7

Feb. 1990

-0 .2
0

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

102.7

102.9

-2 .3

.2

(3)
(3)

M isce lla n e o u s fo o d p re p a ra tion s and kin dred p r o d u c ts ..............................................

209

1 2 /8 4

113.2

114.2

114.8

-.1

.5

C anned and cured s e a fo o d s ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C anned and cured se afo od s including soup (e xce pt fr o z e n ) ........................
C a nned s a lm o n ...........................................................................................................
C a nn e d s a r d in e s .........................................................................................................
C a nn e d c la m s .............................................................................................................
C a nn e d s h r im p ............................................................................................................
O th e r ca n n e d fish a nd se a fo o d (e xce p t soups, stew s, and c h o w d e rs ).
C a nn e d se a fo o d soups, ste w s and c h o w d e rs ................................................
S m o ked s a lm o n ..........................................................................................................
O th e r sm o ke d f i s h .....................................................................................................
S alte d a nd p ickle d f is h .............................................................................................
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 eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2091

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 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

125.2
115.4
115.4
151.7

127.7
118.3
118.3
149.4
108.2
122.7

124.9
118.2
118.2
149.7
108.2
119.7

-3 .8
-6 .0
-6 .0
-2 5 .7

-2 .2

(3)
117.1
92.8
122.9
140.3
123.1

(3)
7.2
-5 .7
-8 .4

(3)
110.9

(3)
117.2
92.8
122.9
140.5
123.1

Fresh o r fro zen p acka ge d f i s h ...............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Fre sh p acka ge d fish a nd o th e r s e a f o o d ...............................................................
P repared fre sh fish, e xcluding s h e llfis h .............................................................
P repared 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 sh ellfish ............................................................
G roundfish ....................................................................................................................
G roundfish, fille ts and s t e a k s ............................................................................
G roundfish, sticks and p o r tio n s .........................................................................
O the r g ro u n d fis h .....................................................................................................
F lo u n d e r .........................................................................................................................
O the r fro zen f i s h .........................................................................................................
O the r fille ts and s t e a k s ........................................................................................
O the r fro zen p acka ge d fish ...............................................................................
Frozen p acka ge d sh ellfish and o th e r seafood, including s o u p .....................
Frozen shrim p .............................................................................................................
S hrim p, headless, r a w ..........................................................................................
S hrim p, peeled, r a w ..............................................................................................
S hrim p, peeled, c o o k e d ........................................................................................
S hrim p, b r e a d e d .....................................................................................................
O th e r 100 percen t shrim p p ro d u c ts ................................................................
Frozen cra b s ................................................................................................................
C rab m eat, blue and r o c k ...................................................................................
O th e r c r a b .................................................................................................................
O the r fro zen packaged s h e llfis h ...........................................................................
O the r frozen s e a fo 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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2092

2 09 1 -P
2091-1
2 09 1-11 3
2 09 1-11 4
2 09 1-11 5
2 0 9 1-11 6
209 1-11 9
2091-131
2091-151
2091-171
2 09 1-18 2
2091-S M
2091 -S

(3)
122.9

(3)
-2 .9

(3)
14.1

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

1 2 /8 4

(3)

146.5

139.4

.9

-4 .8

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

121.9
121.5
149.3
96.0
107.8
135.9
99.6
192.7
114.1
127.6
99.3
133.6
132.1
94.0
100.4
97.6
106.7
127.0
102.9
97.5
94.8
100.4
90.2
96.4
97.7
95.5
115.0

126.0
125.9
158.7
107.5
111.2
153.2
100.2
191.3

127.0
127.0
158.9
109.1
110.5
157.6
98.7
187.7

1.7
2.4
1.7

.8
.9
.1
1.5
-.6
2.9
-1 .5
-1 .9

(3)
129.9
102.4
135.2
137.6
95.0
100.4
97.7
106.7
127.2
106.5
98.7
95.1
103.8
91.8
96.4
97.7
101.3
131.1

(3)
105.7
98.4

(3)
116.0

(3)
131.2
102.4
135.2
137.2
97.9
100.4
100.2
109.1
130.7
107.7
100.4
99.8
105.5
91.9
97.1
99.6
104.9
149.6
99.2
111.7

(3)

(3)

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

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

110.9
106.1
124.0

113.4
108.4
121.4

114.8
109.8
122.8

(3)
(3)
-2 2 .3

1.2
1.3
1.2

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

115.8
115.2
113.7
107.5
114.1
100.0
119.5

115.5
114.8
113.2
109.9
113.4
100.0
119.5

114.6
113.8
112.5
105.8
112.9

-7 .4
-8 .2
-9.1
-1 2 .8
-9 .0

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

(3)
117.3

(3)
-5 .5

(3)
-1 .8

0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1

101.9
101.9

101.9
101.9

101.9
101.9

-2 .2
-2.1

0
0

2097-P
2097-1
2097-2

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

116.4
109.9
115.3
106.9

116.0
109.5
115.3
106.3

116.0
109.5
115.3
106.3

7.8
4.4
10.7
.9

0
0
0
0

2098-P

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

109.9
111.0

108.7
109.6

109.8
110.7

-1 .7
-2 .0

1.0
1.0

2092-P
2092-2
2092-2A
2092-2B
2092-221
2 092-222
2092-224
2 092-225
2092-3
2 092-3A
2092-321
2 092-322
2 092-323
2092-3B
2 092-3C
2 092-326
2092-329
2092-4
2092-4A
2092-421
2092-422
2092-423
2092-424
2 092-425
2 092-4C
2092-431
2 092-435
2092-4D
2092-4E
2092-SM
2092-M
2 09 2-Z 89
2092-S
2095
2095-P
2095-1
2095-111
2 095-116
2095-121
2095-2
2095-SM
2095-M
2 095-Z 89

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, roasted c o ff e e ...................................................................................
G round, ro a ste d c o ff e e ............................................................................................
G round c o 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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
M an 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 bed,crushed or o th e r pro cesse d i c e ..................................................................

2097

M acaroni, spaghetti, and n o o d le s .........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

2098

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
(3)
110.4
112.3

-.1
.2
0
-2 .4

24

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
10.2
(3)
2.3
(3)
1.5
7.3
(3)
(3)
(3)
-3 .7
-4 .9
3.7
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-1 .2

(3)
1.0
0
0
-.3
3.1
0
2.6
2.2
2.8
1.1
1.7
4.9
1.6
.1
.7
1.9
3.6
14.1
(3)
-3 .7
(3)

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P roduct
co d e

Index
base
Nov.
19892

M aca ron i, spag he tti, and n o o d le s— C ontin u ed
M acaroni, spag he tti, verm ice lli, and o th e r m aca ron i p ro d u cts o f all
types, e xce p t ca nn ed ...........................................................................................
M acaroni, spag he tti, verm ice lli, and o th e r m aca ron i p ro d u cts o f all
types, e xce p t c a n n e d .......................................................................................
N o od le p ro du cts o f all shapes, sizes, and types, e xcep t c a n n e d ...............
N o o d le p ro d u cts o f all shapes, sizes, and types, e xce p t ca nn ed ..........

C Tl
D
C CD
O
O O’

Indu try and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Mar.
1 9902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2098-1

0 6 /8 5

110.6

112.4

113.6

-2 .2

1.1

2098-111
209 8-2
2098-211

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

110.6
112.3
112.3

112.4
100.1
100.1

113.6
100.8
100.8

-2 .2
-1 .8
-1 .8

1.1
.7
.7

2099-P
2099-2
2099-211
2 0 9 9-21 1 12
2 0 9 9-21 1 14
2099-261
209 9-29 8
2099-3
209 9-32 5
2 09 9-32 7
209 9-5
2099-8
2 09 9-89 4
2 099-9
2099-931
2099-93131
209 9-93 1 38
2 09 9-93 1 39
2099-961
2 09 9-96 1 63

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
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

111.6
111.7
108.8
113.3
112.2
118.3
100.6
116.8
130.4
131.0
125.7
103.6
103.0
103.6
119.3
117.6
134.6
122.7
113.5
112.2
111.4

112.0
112.5
109.8
113.8
112.5
119.9
102.3
117.3
130.0
130.6
125.7
107.4
102.3
105.7
118.5
112.4
128.2
122.0
104.5
113.8
114.2

113.6
114.1
112.9
114.9
113.3
122.5
109.1
117.3
131.2
132.0
125.7
107.4
101.4
105.7
119.7
115.5
128.2
128.9
104.7
114.5
118.1

3.8
3.9
5.2
2.2
2.2
2.9
9.6
7.6
3.5
6.1
-1 3 .0
4.2
-8 .0
2.0
4.7
.5
-1 .0
6.5
-5 .0
8.1
11.5

1.4
1.4
2.8
1.0
.7
2.2
6.6
0
.9
1.1
0
0
-.9
0
1.0
2.8
0
5.7
.2
.6
3.4

2 099-96165

1 2 /8 5

94.2

94.2

94.2

1.0

0

209 9-96 1 68
209 9-98 5
209 9-99 8
2099-S M
2 099-M
2 099-Z 89
2 099-S
2033-S
2034-S

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

116.4
111.0
111.2

117.7
109.6
110.8

117.7
111.0
111.1

8.7
2.1
1.7

0
1.3
.3

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

103.9
104.4
114.3
108.0
113.8

103.8
104.2
112.3
115.6
115.4

103.8
104.2
114.7
115.6
115.4

.9
.9
4.8
6.6
4.6

0
0
2.1
0
0

2035 S
2099-S S S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

113.9
114.5

115.1
110.7

115.7
114.1

4.3
4.9

.5
3.1

1 2 /8 4

165.7

177.4

176.1

13.6

-.7

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 (po ta to, corn, e t c . ) .............................................................................................
P ota to ch ips and s t ic k s ............................................................................................
Plain p o ta to ch ips and s tic k s .............................................................................
F la vo red p ota to ch ips and s t ic k s .....................................................................
C orn chips, curls, and re la ted 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 nta ining co rn syrup .........................
S w e ete nin g syrups and m o lasses, n o t c o nta ining co rn syrup .................
T e a in co n su m e r p a c k a g e s .........................................................................................
C h o co la te a nd c o c o a pro du cts, e xce p t c o n fe ctio n a ry (m fpm ) ......... ...........
C h o co la te syrups, w ith c h o c o la te p o w d e r base .............................................
O th e r fo o d prepa ra tion s, n .e .c....................................................................................
S p ic e s ............................................... ............................................. ................................
C onsum er size b lack and w hite p ep pe r (under 1 lb.) ..............................
C onsum 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 packa ge s, n ot fi o z e n ) .........
S alad s (sold in bulk o r packa ge s, n o t fro zen ) ............................................
S and w ich es, m ade fro m bread (sold in b ulk o r p ackages, not
fr o z e n ) ....................................................................................................... .........
O the r perishable prepared foo d s (sold in bulk or packages, not
fr o z e n ) .............................................................................................................
U n po p pe d p o p corn in co n su m e r p acka ge s .....................................................
O ther, o th e r fo o d prepa ra tion s, n .e .c...................................................................
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 re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
R e s a le s ....................................................................... ..................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
C anned fruits, vegetables, preserves, jam s, and je llie s ..............................
Dried and d e h ydrate d fruits, ve ge tab le s, and 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
salad d re s s in g s ...................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

209 9

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

21

C ig a re tte s .......................................................................................................................................

211

1 2 /8 2

177.8

191.0

189.3

14.2

-.9

C ig a re tte s ......................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
F ilte r t i p ...............................................................................................................................
81 to 95 mm lo n g ......................................................................................................
G re ate r than 95 m m ..................................................................................................

2111

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

177.8
179.5
176.3
175.9
177.9

191.0
193.6
190.4
188.7
194.2

189.3
191.7
188.4
187.3
190.9

14.2
14.9
15.0
15.2
15.0

-.9
-1 .0
-1.1
-.7
-1 .7

212

1 2 /8 2

131.9

140.3

142.7

10.9

1.7

2121

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

131.9
131.9
131.9
100.0
99.9

140.3
140.7
140.7
108.1
106.0

142.7
142.2
142.2
111.2
106.1

10.9
10.5

1.7
1.1
1.1
2.9
.1

1 2 /8 2

154.3

162.9

164.1

7.2

.7

2131-P
2131-111
2 131-113

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

154.3
157.4
144.1
151.2

162.9
166.9
147.1
161.6

164.1
168.1
153.7
161.6

7.2
7.2
8.6
6.9

.7
.7
4.5
0

2 13 1-11 5
2131-117

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

153.8
181.7

163.7
194.5

163.7
194.7

6.4
7.5

0
.1

2111 -P
2111-1
2 111-116
2 111-118

2121-P
2121-3
2 12 1-312
2121-314

P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C igars and cigarillos (w eighing 3 o r m ore p ounds per 1,000 c ig a r s ).........
C ig a rillos (w eighing 3 to 10 p ou nd s p er 1 ,0 0 0 ) ..............................................
C igars (w eighing m ore than 10 p ounds per 1 ,0 0 0 ).......................................
C hew ing and sm oking to b a c c o and s n u f f ........................................................................

213

C hew ing a nd sm o kin g to b a c c o and s n u f f .........................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S m oking t o b a c c o ............................................................................................................
L oose le af ch ew ing t o b a c c o ......................................................................................
C hew ing to b a c c o o th e r tha n lo ose leaf, inclu din g fine cut, plug, and

2131

t w is t .............................................................................................................................
S nuff, dry and m o is t ......................................................................................................

(3)
(3)
(3)

T o b a c c o stem m ing and redrying ..........................................................................................

214

0 6 /8 4

101.8

102.3

102.3

4.4

.0

T o b a c c o stem m ing and redrying ..........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
U nstem m ed leaf tob a c c o redried b efo re packing, including in terplant

2141

101.8
98.1

102.3
98.7

102.3
98.6

4.4

2141-P

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

5.1

0
-.1

2141-1

0 6 /8 4

103.8

108.5

108.9

2.6

.4

tra n s fe rs .....................................................................................................................

See footnotes at end of table.




25

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

T o b a cco stem m in g a nd re d ryin g — C o ntinued
U n stem m ed le af to b a c c o redried b efo re packing, including in terpla n t
tr a n s f e r s .................................................................................................................
T o b a cco stem m e d .........................................................................................................
P acked fo r sale as s u c h ..........................................................................................
R e co n stitu te d to b a c c o (p ro cesse d sh e e t a nd 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 isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk a nd o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................

2141-121
214 1-2
2141-21
2141-3
2141-311
2141-S M
2141-M
2141-X Y 9
2 14 1-Z 89

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
19902

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

103.8
97.0
92.4
101.0
101.0

108.5
97.3
95.2
105.3
105.3

108.9
97.3
95.2
103.0
103.0

(3)
(3)

0.4
0
0
-2 .2
-2 .2

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

120.3
121.2
100.1

120.3
121.1
100.1

120.4
121.1
100.2

(3)
(3)
(3)

.1
0
.1

M ar. 1989

2.6
5.3
4.5

Feb. 1990

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

22

1 2 /8 4

110.1

111.6

111.8

2.9

.2

C o tto n b ro ad w o ven f a b r ic ........................................................................................................

221

1 2 /8 0

108.2

110.5

109.8

3.3

-.6

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 co 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 e ave s, e xce p t d u c k .....................................................................................
S heeting, o th e r tha n bed sh ee ting ..................................................................
Tw ill w e ave s, e xce p t den im ...................................................................................
Tw ill w eaves, e xce p t d e n im ...............................................................................
O the r w eaves, e xcep t pile f a b r ic ..........................................................................
S ateen ........................................................................................................................
Finished co tto n b roadw oven fabric, e xcep t in terpla n t t r a n s fe r s ..................
Plain w e ave s ................................................................................................................
Tw ill w e a v e s .................................................................................................................
B lue indigo d e n im ...................................................................................................
O th e r denim .............................................................................................................
Pile f a b r i c ......................................................................................................................
C o rd u r o y ....................................................................................................................
C o tton b ro adw oven fabric, finished p r o d u c ts ......................................................
T o w e ls and w a s h c lo th s ............................................................................................
B e d s p re a d s ...................................................................................................................
O th e r ................................................................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
M an-m ade fib er and silk bro ad w o ven f a b r ic ....................................................

2211

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

108.2
108.0
106.6
106.0
91.7

110.5
110.5
109.9
108.3
91.9

109.8
110.5
109.6
109.0
92.1

3.3
3.1
2.9
1.0
-.5

-.6
0
-.3
.6
.2

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

110.4
115.2
96.6
104.1
109.3
105.1
102.2
118.1
112.7
88.0
123.5
108.8
101.5
137.6

111.0
118.0
95.8
105.7

1.1
3.1
-8 .2
4.4
3.6
5.3
8.1
4 .6
4.6
5.2
2.4
1.7
3.7
-2 .6

1.2
-2 .4
-1.1
.7

(3)
117.7
92.1
125.4
110.5
102.5
124.6

112.3
115.2
94.7
106.4
113.2
105.5
102.8
116.4
117.2
91.6
125.0
110.1
102.5
124.6

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

107.5
110.9

109.0
114.2

105.1
108.8

5.2
2.3

-3 .6
-4 .7

S ynth etic fib er and silk b ro adw oven fa b r ic .......................................................................

222

0 6/8 1

114.4

115.1

115.2

4.3

.1

S ynth etic fib er and silk b ro adw oven f a b r ic .......................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Gray goods, e xcep t in terpla n t tr a n s fe r s ................................................................
F ilam ent yarn fabric (85% + fila m e n t) ..............................................................
C hiefly rayon a n d /o r a c e ta te .............................................................................
O the r fila m e nt yarn fabric ...................................................................................
Chiefly n y lo n .........................................................................................................
C hiefly polye ster .................................................................................................
S pun yarn fab ric (85% + spun), excep t m anm ade fib e r/w o o l blends
and silk f a b r ic ......................................................................................................
Plain w e a v e s ............................................................................................................
Plain p rin tcloth ....................................................................................................
C hiefly p o ly e s te r/c o tto n b len d s ...............................................................
O the r plain w e a v e s ............................................................................................
Tw ill w e a v e s .............................................................................................................
O the r w eaves, e xcep t pile fabric .....................................................................
O the r .......................................................................................................................
S p u n /fila m e n t yarn fab ric (less than 8 5% spun o r fila m e n t).....................
Finished fabric, e xcep t in terpla n t tra n s fe rs ...........................................................
F ilam ent yarn fab ric (85% + fila m e n t) ..............................................................
C hiefly p o ly e s te r .....................................................................................................
C hiefly o th e r fila m e n ts ..........................................................................................
S pun yarn fab ric (85% + spun), excep t m anm ade fib e r/w o o l blends
and silk f a b r ic ......................................................................................................
Plain w e a v e s ............................................................................................................
B roadcloth, ca rded and co m bed ..................................................................
O the r plain w e a v e s ............................................................................................
Tw ill w e a v e s .............................................................................................................
S p u n /fila m e n t yarn fab ric (less than 8 5% spun or fila m e n t).....................
Fabricated textile p ro d u c 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 ......................................................................................................
C o tto n bro ad w o ven fab ric ......................................................................................
O the r grey co tto n f a b r i c ......................................................................................

2221
2 22 1 -P
2221-1
2221-12
2221-121
2221-122
2221-1223
2221-1224

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

114.4
112.6
112.2
114.0
133.0
109.9
138.1
98.6

115.1
114.0
113.5
113.6
128.5
110.3
138.1
100.0

115.2
114.0
113.5
113.9
128.5
110.7
138.1

4.3
4.6
4.2
1.8
1.8
1.8
3.1

.1
0
0
.3
0
.4
0

(3)

(3)

2 221-13
2221-135
2221-1351
2221-13511
2 221-1356
2221-136
2221-137
2221-1372
2221-143
2221-2
2221-21
2221-212
2 221-213

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

111.4
107.6
108.2
108.3
115.1
106.1
104.0
107.5
112.6
112.6
106.8
108.7
108.1

112.8
109.8
112.2
111.9
113.8
106.5
104.0
107.5
117.3
113.3
107.9
109.7
109.2

112.7
109.9
111.3
113.1
115.8
106.1
103.7
107.2
117.4
113.0
107.9
108.8
109.5

5.1
6.3
8.7
9.5
3.1
6.5
-4 .7
-5 .2
7.3
2.7
1.8
3.0
2.5

-.1
.1
-.8
1.1
1.8
-.4
-.3
-.3
.1
-.3
0
-.8
.3

2 221-22
2221-224
2 221-2242
2221-2245
2221-225
2221-231
2221-3
2 22 1 -SM
2 22 1 -S
2 2 1 1-S
2211A 341S
2211B131S
2211B331S
2 22 1 -SSS

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

110.3
114.3
108.1
117.0
105.5
105.4
110.5

110.9
115.3
106.8
117.3
105.2
105.5
115.3

110.2
113.4
109.1
116.9
106.5
106.6
114.6

3.3
3.6
4.5
.9
2.8
3.2
6.4

-.6
-1 .6
2.2
-.3
1.2
1.0
-.6

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

127.2
107.6
98.8

123.1
107.0
99.2

123.7
107.3
98.4

2.5
5.9
.7

.5
.3
-.8

Finished c o tto n b ro ad clo th .................................................................................
O the r fin ishe d co tto n fab rics .............................................................................
O the r secon da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2 2 1 1-P
2 2 1 1 -A
2211-A1
2 2 1 1-A14
2211-A 2
2 2 1 1-A21
2211-A 3
2 2 1 1-A31
2 2 1 1-B
2211-B1
221 1-B 2
2 2 1 1-B21
2 2 1 1-B22
2211-B 4
2 2 1 1-B41
2 2 1 1-C
2211-C11
2 2 1 1-C31
2 2 1 1-C61
2211-SM
2 2 1 1-S
2 22 1 -S

See footnotes at end of table.




26

(3)
105.3
102.9

(3)
.2
-.1
(3)
-.4
-.5
-.3
-.4
0
0

(3)

0 6 /8 7

105.3

105.1

106.2

4.5

1.0

0 6 /8 7

105.1

106.7

107.0

0

.3

0 6 /8 7

135.7

127.5

128.5

-1 .0

.8

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
Nov.
19892

Feb.
19902

Mar.
1 9902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

W o o l w e aving and f in is h in g ....................................................................................................

223

0 6 /8 5

120.3

120.0

120.3

1.3

0.3

W o o l w e aving and fin is h in g ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
F inished f a b r ic s ...........................................................................................................
Finished w o ol a pparel f a b r ic s ............................................................................
W o o le n ...................................................................................................................
W h o lly w o o l......................................................................................................
C h ie fly w o ol .....................................................................................................
F inished w o o l non -a pp a re l fa b rics and f e l t s ................................................
O th e r non -a pp a re l fa b rics and f e l t s ............................................................
C h ie fly w o ol .....................................................................................................
R e ceipts fo r co m m ission fin ishing o r sp on ging o f w o o l f a b r ic 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 ......................................................................................................

2231

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

120.3
118.2
120.4
119.4
117.6
118.0
117.1
123.6
123.6
123.4
101.4

120.0
118.0
119.7
118.2
115.2
113.9
116.5
124.2
124.2
124.2
101.4

120.3
118.5
119.9
118.4
115.4
114.2
116.5
124.9
124.9

1.3
1.8
1.3
.6
.1
.1
0
3.4
3.4

.3
.4
.2
.2
.2
.3
0
.6
.6

0 6 /8 5

127.5

127.0

127.0

.4

0

N a rro w fa b ric m i lls .....................................................................................................................

224

0 6 /8 4

109.8

110.4

110.9

3.4

.5

N a rro w fa b ric m i lls .....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W o ve n narrow f a b r ic .....................................................................................................
E la s tic .............................................................................................................................
O th e r a p p a r e l...........................................................................................................
O th e r u s e s .................................................................................................................
N o n e la s tic .....................................................................................................................
W o ve n la b e ls ...........................................................................................................
T a pe s (wt. less tha n 15 o z ./s q . yd.) ..............................................................
W ebbing (wt. 15 o z ./s q . yd. o r m ore) ............................................................
A pparel w e b b in g .................................................................................................
S afety b elt w e b b in g ...........................................................................................
All o th e r w e b b in g ...............................................................................................
A ll o th e r n o n e la s tic ...............................................................................................
B raided narrow fa b r ic ....................................................................................................
E lastic b r a id s ...............................................................................................................
N o ne la stic b r a id s .......................................................................................................
S hoe and co rs e t laces ........................................................................................
C overed e lastic y a r n .....................................................................................................
C overed e lastic y a r n ..................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

2241

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

109.8
110.1
104.8
105.6
111.7
107.7
104.4
122.8
98.1
110.8
112.8
104.9
110.6
92.8
124.2
127.9
122.8
114.5

110.4
110.8
105.4
106.1
112.9
107.7
105.0

3.4
3.3
3.2
2.4
4.4
2.4
3.6
.4
4.0
.9
0

.5
.3
.4
0
0
0
.6

(3)
98.1
111.7
112.8
108.6
110.6
94.8
124.7

110.9
111.1
105.8
106.1
112.9
107.7
105.6
123.3
98.1
111.7
112.8
108.6
110.6
97.9
124.7

(3)
0
15.7
4.4

(3)
122.8
114.5

(3)
122.8
114.5

(3)
5.9
.9

0 6 /8 4

114.6

116.8

117.4

2.8

.5

0 6 /8 4

112.8

112.8

114.7

4.4

1.7

Knitting m ills .................................................................................................................................

225

1 2 /8 4

107.7

110.2

110.4

2.6

.2

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

106.2
106.3

108.0
108.2

108.0
108.3

3.6
3.6

0
.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

106.5
109.2
106.9
131.6
104.9
108.2
106.0
100.2
106.0
95.4
106.6
110.2

108.4
110.3
107.9
132.9
107.4
111.9
107.4
101.1
106.0
97.1
108.4
113.2

108.4
110.5
108.2
133.6
107.1
111.5
107.4
101.0
106.0
96.8
109.8
115.3

3.6
5.4
4.6
12.7
2.7
5.1
1.9
-.6
.2
-1 .4
4.4
6.8

0
.2
.3
.5
-.3
-.4
0
-.1
0
-.3
1.3
1.9

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

105.6
105.6

106.9
106.9

106.9
106.9

4.6
4.6

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

107.3
106.7
106.8
111.0
111.9
112.9
106.1
103.3
102.9
111.2
113.2
110.4
101.7
99.4
100.7
98.4
110.7

109.7
109.2
109.6
113.3
113.7
114.1
110.2
107.4
106.2
115.3
119.7
113.6
103.7
100.3
102.5
98.6
117.3

109.6
109.1
109.5
113.3
113.7
114.1
110.0
107.4
106.2
114.7
117.7
113.6
103.7
100.3
101.9
99.0
117.3

3.4
3.0
4.1
4.5
4.7
4.1
5.6
5.4
6.3
5.7
4.0
6.5
2.1
.9
1.2
.6
6.3

-.1
-.1
-.1
0
0
0
-.2
0
0
-.5
-1 .7
0
0
0
-.6
.4
0

W o m e n ’s hosiery knit on 300 n ee dles o r m ore and w o m e n ’s knee-high
s o cks ......................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Finished full-fa shio n ed h o s ie r y ..................................................................................
Finished seam less and sim ulated seam ed h o s ie r y ...........................................
S to ckin g s and knee-highs, knit on 300 n eedles o r m ore ...........................
K n e e -h ig h ..................................................................................................................
F u ll-le n g th ..................................................................................................................
P antyhose .....................................................................................................................
Under 30 denier, sh ee r ........................................................................................
30 d en ie r and over, o paque ..............................................................................
S u p p o r t.......................................................................................................................
C ontrol top only ..................................................................................................
O the r s u p p o r t.......................................................................................................
U nfinished seam less and sim ulated seam ed hosiery ......................................
Unfinished p a n ty h o s e ................................................................................................
S eco n da ry products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Hosiery, n .e .c.................................................................................................................
Hosiery, n .e .c.................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s finished h o s ie r y ..................................................................................................
A nklet ...................
N on-cushion ...
M anm ade fibers
M id -c a lf/c re w .....
C u s h io n ............
N atural fib ers
N o n - c u s h io n .............................................................................................................
Natural f ib e r s ........................................................................................................
M a n m ad e f ib e r s ..................................................................................................
K n e e -h ig h ......................................................................................................................
C u s h io n ......................................................................................................................
N atural f ib e r s ........................................................................................................
M an m ad e f ib e r s ..................................................................................................
N o n - c u s h io n .............................................................................................................

2 2 3 1 -P
2 2 3 1 -A
2231-3
2 23 1-31 6
2231-31611
2 2 3 1 -31 6 12
223 1-4
223 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
224 1-11 4
2 24 1-11 5
224 1-12
224 1-12 3
2241-125
2241-127
2241-12733
2241-12737
2241-12739
2241-129
2241-4
2241-411
2241-422
2241-42221
2241-5
2241-511
2 24 1 -SM
2 24 1 -S

2251
2 25 1 -P
2251-1
2251-3
2251-321
2251-32177
2 251-32188
2251-351
2 251-35122
2 251-35144
2 251-3516
2251-35161
2 251-35162
2251-5
2251-517
2 25 1 -SM
225 1 -S
2252-S
2252
2252-P
2252-22
2252-222
2252-2222
2 252-22227
225 2-22 3
2252-2231
2252-22311
2 2 5 2-22 3 2
2252-22321
2 25 2-22 3 27
225 2-22 4
2252-2241
2252-22411
2 25 2-22 4 17
225 2-22 4 2

See footnotes at end of table.




27

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
0
0
0
0
0
3.3
0
(3)
0
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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P roduct
co de

Index
M ar.
1 9902

< z
£
0 o
0
< <
D

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

2 25 2-22 4 27

109.7

1.6

0

110.8
99.5
106.8
111.4
126.9
106.2

110.4
99.5
106.5
111.3
126.6
106.2

3.1
.2
2.4
4.0
7.8
2.6

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

103.4
107.0
109.3
105.8
100.6
100.6
94.3

103.4
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

103.4
108.5

1.6
1.6

(3)
108.1
100.6
100.6
100.1

(3)
2.5
1.2
1.2
5.9

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

102.8
101.6

104.8
105.8

104.8
105.8

.6
1.1

0
0

0 6 /8 4

106.4

107.0

107.8

3.0

.7

2253-P
2253-1
2253-12
2 253-122
2253-124
2253-2
2253-22
2 253-224
2 25 3-22 5
225 3-24
2253-3

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

107.9
109.1
112.4
122.4
123.7
117.9
110.3
113.4
114.4
111.9
112.3
102.2

112.3
113.4
116.3
126.7
123.7
124.7
123.9
123.1
120.2

112.7
114.0
116.6
124.0

2.3
2.1
1.4
3.8

.4
.5
.3
-2.1

(3)
3.3
6.2
6.1
2.6
11.6
2.6
0

(3)
-3 .4
0
-1 .9
.2

(3)
115.2
100.7

(3)
120.4
123.9
120.8
120.4
121.5
115.2
101.9

2253-31

1 2 /8 4

104.6

104.6

104.6

0

0

2 253-33
225 3-33 5
225 3-33 8
225 3-9
2253-911
2253-S M

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

118.7
118.8
118.7

112.6
99.4
117.7

117.4
116.6
117.7

-.2
4.7
-1 .8

4.3
17.3
0

1 2 /8 4

122.0

122.0

123.6

-.6

1.3

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 9 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

119.2
120.1
118.8
115.1
115.0
(3)
(3)
125.0
129.7
129.0
131.3
119.9

123.0
124.1
123.3
121.9
121.5
103.8
103.2
127.3
131.5

3.8
4.2
3.7
5.9
5.7
1.9
1.9
5.7
5 0
5.2
5.4
7.0

-.2
.2
0
0
0
0
0
.8
1.1

(3)
(3)
123.6

122.7
124.3
123.3
121.9
121.5
103.8
103.2
128.3
132.9
132.8
135.1
123.6

0 6 /8 2

111.3

114.2

111.0

1.2

-2 .8

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

106.1
106.2

106.3
106.6

106.4
106.6

1.5
1.0

.1
0

-2 .0

0

2253

2254

C ircu la r kn it f a b r ic s ....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G ra y f a b r ic s .......................................................................................................................
G ra y f a b r ic s ..................................................................................................................
Finished u n d e rw e a r and n ig h tw e a r f a b r ic s ...........................................................
F inished u nd erw e ar and n ig h tw e a r fa b r ic s .......................................................
F in ish ed high pile fa b rics ............................................................................................
Fin ish ed high pile f a b r ic s .........................................................................................
F inished sin gle kn it o u te rw e a r f a b r ic s ....................................................................
M a n m ad e a nd ch ie fly m an m ad e f ib e r s ......................... ....................................
All o th e r f ib e r s .............................................................................................................
Finished rib kn it o u te rw e a r fab rics, e xclud in g d ou ble kn it and

109.7

108.2
97.9
106.1
110.7
124.1
106.2

2252-24
225 2-24 2
2252-S M
2 252-S

K nit u nd erw e ar and n ig h tw e a r m i l l s ....................................................................................
P rim ary p ro d u cts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ kn it u n d e r w e a r ..............................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ undershirts, excep t th e r m a l..................................................
U ndershirts, e xcep t a th le tic t y p e s ....................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ s h orts and b r ie fs .............................................................. .......
S ho rts and briefs, e xce p t the rm al u n d erw e ar and union suits .............
W o m e n ’s a nd c h ild re n ’s u n d erw e ar a nd n ig h tw e a r...........................................
W o m e n ’s a nd 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 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 ......................................................................................................

108.5

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

2 252-234
2252-235
2252-23511
2 252-23577
2252-236
2 25 2-23677
2252-238

K nit o u te r w e a r ............................................................................................................................ .
P rim 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 ol and ch iefly w o ol ....................................................................................
A ll m anm ade and ch iefly m a n m a d e ...............................................................
K nit o ute rw e ar sp ort shirts, including sw e at s h ir t s ............................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ .........................................................................................................
All m anm ade and c h iefly m a n m a d e ...............................................................
O the r fib ers ...............................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’ 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 shirts ......................... ..............................................................
M e n ’s & b o y s ’ kn it o u te rw e ar, e xclud in g sw e ate rsja cke ts, je rse ys and
sp o rt s h ir t s ............................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ shirts, e xclud in g sp o rt s h ir t s ............................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ o th e r kn it o u te rw e a r............................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk on kn itting and dyeing kn it o u te rw e a r .......................................
C o n tra ct w o rk o n kn itting a nd d yeing kn it o u te r w e a r ...................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

0 6 /8 4

2 252-23
2252-231
2 25 2-23 2
2 2 5 2-23 2 2
2252-23221
2 25 2-23 2 27

H osiery, n.e.c.— C o ntin u ed
M a n m ad e f ib e r s ..................................................................................................
A ll o th e r fin ishe d hosiery, Knit on less tha n 3 00 n eedles, e xcep t
w o m e n ’s k n e e -le n g th ............................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, g irls’ and b o ys’ f o o t s o c k ....................................................................
W o m e n ’s, g irls’ and b o ys’ a n k le t .......................... ..............................................
N o n - c u s h io n .............................................................................................................
N a tural f ib e r s ........................................................................................................
M an m ad e f ib e r s ..................................................................................................
O th e r w o m e n ’s, g irls’ and b o ys’ fin ish e d hosiery, inclu din g leg
w arm ers, w a ist-h ig hs, e tc .................................................................................
Infa n ts ’ and c h ild re n ’s a n k le t .................................................................................
N atural fib ers ...........................................................................................................
M anm ade f ib e r s ......................................................................................................
Infa n ts ’ and c h ild re n ’s k n e e -h ig h ................ .........................................................
M anm ade f ib e r s ......................................................................................................
O the r in fa n ts ’ and c h ild re n ’s fin ishe d h o s ie ry ..................................................
U nfinished hosiery, kn it on less tha n 300 needles, e xcep t w o m e n ’s
k n e e -h ig h ...................................................................................................................
M e n ’s unfinished h o s ie r y ............................................................................. ...........
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 d a ry p r o d u c t s ............... .......................................................................................

Feb.
19902

2257

M a n m ad e and ch ie fly m an m ad e f ib e r s ..............................................................
A ll o th e r fib e r s .............................................................................................................
F inished d ou ble knit o ute rw e ar fabrics, including in terlock and
e igh tlo ck fab rics .....................................................................................................
M anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fib e r s ..............................................................
All o th e r fin ishe d circula r knit fab rics ............................................................. .......
A ll o th e r fin ish e d c ircu la r knit f a b r ic s ..................................................................

2 254-P
2254-A
2254-1
2254-122
225 4-4
2254-411
2254-C
2254-2
2254-21
225 4-21 3
2254-3
2254-S M
2254-S

Feb. 1990

0
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
0
1.2

(3)
(3)
0

2257-P
2257-1
2257-111
225 7-2
2257-211
2257-4
2257-411
225 7-5
2257-511
225 7-51 2

0 6 /8 1

110.5

110.5

110.5

0 6 /8 1

130.6

132.3

132.2

6.7

-.1

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

104.4
106.9
108.6
108.8

104.2
107.6
109.6
109.0

104.2
107.7
109.8
109.1

-2 .5
2.3
2.9
1.2

0
.1
.2
.1

225 7-6
2257-611
2257-612

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

106.9
101.6

107.5
103.6
110.7

4.7
6.0

(3)

107.4
103.3
110.7

.1
.3
0

2257-7
2257-711
2257-8
2257-811

06/8 1
0 6 /8 1

100.8
98.7

100.0
97.9

100.2
98.2

.5
.4

.2
.3

0 6 /8 1

105.5

105.9

105.9

1.7

.0

See footnotes at end of table.




M ar. 1989

28

O

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 M ar 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
Nov.
19892

C ircular kn it fa b rics— C o ntinued
C o n tra ct w o rk on gray and fin ishe d circu la r kn it fa b ric ...................................
C o n tra ct 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 ......................................................................................................

2 257-9
2257-911
2257-915
2257-SM
2257-S

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

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

109.3
104.2
109.7

110.7
104.2
111.8

110.4
104.2
111.4

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

1.6
1.3
1.8

-0 .3
0
-.4

0 6/8 1

108.6

108.6

108.6

0

0

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

111.3
109.8

112.0
111.7

112.2
111.7

2.4
3.0

.2
0

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 7
0 6/8 1
0 9/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

107.7
109.3
122.8
114.2
112.2
111.7
121.5
108.1
108.1

113.3
109.3
122.8
115.5
113.4
112.0
121.9
108.1
108.1

112.6
109.3
122.8
116.0
113.9
112.0
121.9
109.6
109.6

5.5
3.1
3.1
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.7
1.4
1.4

-.6
0
0
.4
.4
0
0
1.4
1.4

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

115.5
122.4

115.5
122.4

117.5
128.6

3.1
9.4

1.7
5.1

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

109.4
109.3
103.9
103.9

111.5
111.5
107.4
107.4

111.5
111.5
107.4
107.4

5.2
5.5
3.4
3.4

0
0
0
0

2 26

1 2 /8 4

115.8

116.3

116.5

2.3

.2

Finished c o tto n b ro ad w o ven fab ric .....................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o n -com m issio n fin ish e d fa b ric ...............................................................................
Plain w e a ve s ...............................................................................................................
O th e r plain w e a v e s ...............................................................................................
C o m m ission fin ishing ....................................................................................................
C om m ission fin is h in g .................. .............................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

2261

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

109.7
111.6
112.0
109.5
115.4

111.0
113.2
112.4
110.3

4.6
3.4
1.9
3.1
.4

1.3
.7
1.4
2.2

(3)

112.4
114.0
114.0
112.7
116.4

0 2 /8 6

110.5

114.5

113.5

6.3

-.9

Finished syn th e tic fib e r and silk bro ad w o ven f a b r i c .....................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N o n-com m ission fin ishe d fab ric ...............................................................................
C om m ission finishing ............................................................. .......................................
C om m ission fin is h in g .................................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2262

W arp 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 u nd erw e ar and n ightw ear fa b r ic s ...........................................................
M anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade f ib e r s .................. ...........................................
F inished o u te rw e a r f a b r ic s ..........................................................................................
M a n m ad e and ch ie fly m an m ad e f ib e r s ..............................................................
O the r fin ishe d w arp knit fab rics ...............................................................................
O th e r s .............................................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk on gray and finished w arp knit fa b r ic ........................................
C o n tra ct k n ittin g /fin is h in g .......................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................
O the r se co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2258

K nittin g m ills n .e .c........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ............................................................................................................
O th e r kn it e nd p ro d u cts ..............................................................................................
O th e r knit end pro du cts, n .e .c ......................................... .......................................

2259

D yeing and fin ishing textiles, e xce p t w o o l fa b rics a nd kn it g o o d s ...........................

2258-P
2258-1
2258-101
2258-2
2258-211
2258-3
2258-311
2258-4
2258-439
2258-9
225 8-91 5
2 258-S M
2258-S
2258-S S S

2259-P
2259-2
225 9-29 8

22 6 1 -P
226 1-7
2 26 1-72
2261-725
2261-9
2261-911
226 1 -SM
226 1 -S

(3)

0 6 /8 4

96.8

96.8

100.5

9.0

3.8

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

120.2
122.5
127.9
112.0

120.7
122.9
127.8
113.6

120.5
122.5
126.6
114.9

1.8
1.1
- .7
5.3

-.2
-.3
-.9
1.1

0 6 /8 4

114.3

114.9

115.4

4.9

.4

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

115.0
116.2

115.2
116.5
100.0
116.3
106.8
128.7
110.6
110.3
122.1
119.1

115.5
116.9
100.4
116.8
107.2
128.6
110.6
112.1
122.1
119.1

2.0
2.2

.3
.3
.4
.4
.4
-.1
0
1.6
0
0

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

(3)
109.8
100.6
(3)
100.0
100.5
100.6

(3)
110.4
100.5
100.9
100.0
101.1
100.5

1 1 /8 3

111.8

111.9

111.9

4.7

0

227

1 2 /8 4

107.2

108.5

109.2

1.6

.6

2271
2 2 7 1 -P
2271-1

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

117.2
117.2
117.2

118.6
118.6
118.6

120.1
120.0
120.0

3.2
3.1
3.1

1.3
1.2
1.2

227 1-11 4

0 6 /8 5

113.5

115.2

115.2

1.5

0

2272-P
2272-1

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

135.6
136.1
154.1

137.3
137.9
154.2

138.1
138.8
154.2

1.6
1.4
3.9

.6
.7
.0

2262-P
2262-8
2262-9
2262-911
2262-SM
2262-S

Finished yarn, raw stock, braided g oo ds and narrow fabric, e xcep t knits and
w o ol .........................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N o n-com m ission fin is h in g ............................................................................................
Dyed y a r n ......................................................................................................................
C hiefly carded co tto n y a r n ..................................................................... ............
C h ie fly co m b e d co tto n y a r n ...............................................................................
C hiefly acrylic o r m o d acrylic yarn ....................................................................
P o ly e s te r/c o tto n spun yarn ...............................................................................
O the r ch iefly p olye ster spun y a r n ....................................................................
O the r dyed y a r n ......................................................................................................
M ercerized c o tto n yarn ............................................................................................
Finished braided o r w o ven n arrow f a b r i c ..........................................................
C om m ission finishing ....................................................................................................
C hiefly ca rd ed co tto n yarn .....................................................................................
Chiefly rayon o r a ceta te y a r n .................................................................................
B leached o r dyed raw sto c k ..................................................................................
O the r co m m ission finishing ...................................................... .............................
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 da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

W o ve n ca rp e ts and r u g s ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W o ve n ca rp e ts and rugs, inclu din g m a ts and a rt s q u a r e s .............................
O th e r w o ven ca rp e ts a nd rugs, inclu din g u p h o lste ry lo om type

2269
2269-P
2269-A
2269-2
2269-221
2269-223
2269-232
2269-241
2269-243
2269-254
2269-351
2269-771
2269-B
2269-921
2269-922
2269-923
2 269-929
2269-S M
2269-S

ca rp etin g ................................................................................................................
T u fte d ca rp e ts a nd r u g s ...........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B ath m a ts a nd se ts a nd sca tte r rugs 6 x 9 o r le s s ............................................

2 272

See footnotes at end of table.




29

(3)
116.3
106.8
128.7
109.5
(3)
122.7
(3)
118.4

(3)
2.0
-6 .0
6.9
5.2
3.6
4.3
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
.5
-.1
(3)
0
.6
-.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P ro du ct
co de

Index
b ase
Nov.
19892

T u fte d ca rp e ts a nd rugs— C o ntin u ed
T u fte d b r o a d lo o m ...........................................................................................................
T u fte d b ro a d lo o m - nylon ........................................................................................
T u fte d b ro ad lo om - o th e r fib e rs and b le n d s ....................................................
A u to m o b ile and a ircra ft ca rp etin g .......................................................................
Finished o n ly ....................................................................................................................
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 .................................................................................................

2272-3
2272-30301
2 2 7 2 -30 3 09
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 /8 6

135.6
142.5
112.4
122.0
103.9

1 2 /8 0

123.2

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
117.9

228 1 -P
2281-1
2281-113
2281-1131
2281-2
2281-213
2281-2131
2281-2133
2281-3
228 1-31 3
2281-4
2281-41
228 1-41 3
2281-4133
2281-4135
2281-41351
228 1-42
2 28 1-42 3
2281-4231
228 1-42 3 3
2 2 8 1-42 3 4
2281-4235
2281-427
2281-4273
2281-6

C ~n
D
C C
D D
O CT

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

137.8
145.2
111.0
122.0
104.0

Mar.
1 9902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

138.9
146.6
110.1
122.0
103.9

1.5
4.0
-1 .0
.7
-1 .8

(3)

(3)

(3)

110.5
112.5
112.5
115.6

110.9
113.1
113.1
117.2

-.2
-.3
-.3
-.7

.4
.5
.5
1.4

0.8
1.0
-.8
0
-.1
(3)

C arpets and rugs, n .e .c..............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C arpets and rugs, n.e.c., including m ats and a rt s q u a r e s ..............................
Braided, hooked, and o th e r ca rp ets and rugs (e xce pt tufte d o r w oven)

2279

Y arn and threa d m i lls ................................................................................................................

228

1 2 /8 4

107.8

109.4

109.5

4.0

.1

S pun y a r n .......................................................................................................................................
P rim 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 b ed co tto n yarns fo r sale to o th e rs ................................................
1 - 25 co un t .............................................................................................................
26 co un t and o v e r ..................................................................................................
Rayon 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 ol yarns ....................................................
Spun ch ie fly p o lye ste r y a r n s ..................................................................................
G ray spun ch ie fly p o lye ste r yarns fo r sale to o t h e r s ...............................
1 00 % spun p o ly e s te r .......................................................................................
B lends, c h iefly 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 ....................................................................
Spun n on cellu losic fiber, silk, and w o ol yarns, excluding p o ly e s te r.......
G ray 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 ylon ..........................................................................................................
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, including b le n d s .....
F inished spun non cellu losic fiber, silk, and w ool y a r n s ...........................
O the r spun non cellu losic fib er and silk y a r n s ..........................................
Inte rp la nt tra nsfe rs o f gray spun yarn ....................................................................

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
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 8
1 2 /8 8

104.5
105.1
96.2
95.6
102.5
106.4
106.4
100.0
110.6
123.9
123.9
107.0
107.7
105.5
113.2
103.7
104.1
106.8
104.7
104.3
104.2
106.6
105.9
111.1
104.3
98.4

105.7
105.9
94.9
94.7
102.5
106.2
106.2
99.7
110.9
124.7
124.7
107.5
108.8
105.3
113.9
103.3
103.7
107.1
105.5
104.8
104.3
105.0
109.9
110.3
104.1
101.6

105.9
106.1
96.6
96.5
105.2
105.6
105.6
98.6
111.4
124.7
124.7
107.5
108.9
105.5
114.1
103.4
103.8
107.1
105.4
105.3
104.0
101.8
109.9
110.4
104.3
102.1

3.7
3.1
6.7
8.1
8.5
-1.1
-1.1
-2 .9
2.3
7.7
7.7
2.5
4.8
3.7
4.0
3.6
4.1
1.5
.8
-1 .9
.6
-.8
7.4
3.1
4.1
4.1

.2
.2
1.8
1.9
2.6
-.6
-.6
-1.1
.5
0
0
0
.1
.2
.2
.1
.1
0
-.1
.5
-.3
-3 .0
0
.1
.2
.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
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

118.9
118.6
116.6
113.5
116.7
120.8
113.8
112.5
101.8
103.9
99.7
130.9
133.6
110.7
111.7
117.9

121.5
121.0
118.8
119.9
117.1
122.9
116.3
121.1
111.1
112.8
99.9
132.7
136.4

121.1
120.6
121.2
119.6
120.9
122.2
116.2
121.1
111.5
112.7
99.9
131.1
134.1
110.7
113.4
119.2

3.8
3.6
6.4
6.5
7.3
3.5
3.0
8.2
9.5
9.0
.9
4.3
5.3
.2
1.7
1.3

-.3
-.3
2.0
-.3
3.2
-.6
-.1
0
.4
-.1
0
-1 .2
-1 .7

1 2 /8 8

104.8

(3)

(3)

(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
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 4

118.4
118.3
113.9
114.8
119.1
118.6
112.9
113.6
110.6
123.2

120.0
119.8
113.9
114.8
121.2
121.7
115.7
116.6
115.8
124.3

120.0
119.8
113.9
114.8
121.2
121.7
115.5
116.6
115.8
124.2

5.6
5.5
.1
.3
7.0
8.7
7.5
8.5
14.9
6.2

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

4.8

0

Texturing, throw ing, and w inding mill products: co tto n, m anm ade fibers, silk,
and w o o l.................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
T h row n fila m e nt yarns, e xcep t te x tu r e d .................................................................
M achine knitting yarns .............................................................................................
O the r throw n y a r n s ....................................................................................................
Textured, bulked, o r crim ped fila m e nt yarn (m ade fro m purchased yarn)
Nylon ...............................................................................................................................
N ylon (35 - 59 denier) ..........................................................................................
N ylon (60 - 89 denier) ..........................................................................................
Nylon (90 - 210 denier) .......................................................................................
Nylon (1000 - 1499 d e n ie r).................................................................................
P o ly e s te r ........................................................................................................................
P olyester (145 - 179 d e n ie r ) ..............................................................................
All o th e r textu re d fila m e nt y a r n s ...........................................................................
C om m ission texturing, throw ing, plying, etc. o f fila m e nt y a r n s .....................
C om m ission texturing o r throw ing o f fila m e nt y a r n 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 ......................................................................................................

2282

T hread m i lls ..................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
F inished thread fo r use in the h o m e ......................................................................
M anm ade fib e r threa d and o th e r thread ...........................................................
Finished threa d fo r industrial or m a n ufa ctu re rs’ u s e ........................................
M an m ad e fib e r th re a d and o th e r threa d ...........................................................
S pun p o ly e s te r.........................................................................................................
C ore spu n ...................................................................................................................
T e xtu re d p o lye ste r and n y lo n ............................................................................
Filam e n t p o lye ste r and nylon ............................................................................
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 e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2284

1 2 /8 4

120.2

121.0

121.0

M iscellan eo u s textile g o o d s ...................................................................................................

229

1 2 /8 4

113.8

114.8

114.9

3.7

.1

F e lt goo ds, e xce p t w o ve n fe lt and h ats ............................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................

2291

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

110.1
113.0

110.2
113.2

110.1
113.1

-2 .0
-2 .3

-.1
-.1

2282-P
2282-3
2282-332
2282-335
2282-5
2282-515
2 282-51512
2282-51513
2 282-51514
2 28 2-51516
2282-551
2282-55123
2282-571
2282-9
2282-911
2 282-SM
2 282-S

2284-P
2284-1
2284-157
2 284-2
2 28 4-22 5
2284-22501
2 28 4-22 5 02
228 4-22 5 03
2 28 4-22 5 04
2 284-S M
2 284-S

2 2 9 1 -P

See footnotes at end of table.




30

(3)
113.3
119.2

(3)
.1
0
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
perce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

P roduct
co de

Industry
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

F e lt goo ds, e xce p t w o ven fe lt and h ats— C o ntinued
P ressed w o ol f e l t ............................................................................................................
Industrial f e l t .................................................................................................................
P unched o r nee dled f e l t s ............................................... ............................................
W ool fe lts and m an-m ade fib er f e l t s ...................................................................

2291-1
2291-111
2291-2
2291-247

Lace g o o d s ...................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ceipts ................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk and o th e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................

2292

Padding and u ph olste ry filling ...............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P adding and p a d s ......................................................................................................
A ll o th e r p a d d in g ....................................................................................................
B atting, wadding, and m attress f e l t s ...................................................................
M ade from c o tto n linters, co tto n waste, and raw c o tt o n ........................
M ade fro m all o th e r fib ers ..................................................................................
U p h o lste ry f illin g ..........................................................................................................

2293

P rocessed textile w a s t e ...........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R e cove re d fibers, p ro cesse d m ill w aste, a nd re la ted p r o d u c ts ....................
Fibers re co vere d fro m clip s and rags (new and u s e d ) ................................
Fibers re co vere d fro m mill w aste, exclud in g fib ers re co vere d fro m
c lip s and r a g s ......................................................................................................
M an m ad e f ib e r s ......................................................................................................
N ylon ......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r m a n m ad e fibers, including co m b in a tio n s o f fib e r type s ....

2 294

C o ate d fabrics, n o t ru b b e riz e d ..............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Vinyl co a te d o r lam in a te d f a b r ic ...............................................................................
Lightw eight fabric, 10 oz. & u n d e r/s q . yd. finished w t ................................
M e d ium w eigh t fabric, o ve 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 eavyw eig h t fabric, o ve r 16 o z ./s q . yd. fin ishe d w t .....................................
K nitted fa b ric b a s e .................................................................................................
N o nw ove n fab ric b a s e ..........................................................................................
P olyure tha n e & o th e r co ate d & lam in a te d f a b r ic ...............................................
Polyurethane co ate d o r lam inated f a b r ic ...........................................................
O the r co ated or lam inated f a b r ic ..........................................................................
L ightw eight fabric, 10 oz. & u n d e r/s q . yd. finished w t .............................
W oven fab ric b a s e .............................................................................................
M edium w eight fabric, o ver 10 oz. to 16 o z ./s q . yd. finished w t ..........
W o ve n fa b ric b a s e .............................................................................................
H eavyw eig h t fabric, o ver 16 o z ./s q . yd. fin ishe d w t ................................
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 t s ......................................................................................................

2295

Tire co rd and fab ric .............................................. ....................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Tire cord and f a b r ic .......................................................................................................
Nylon tire cord and f a b r ic .......................................................................................
P olyester tire cord and fab ric .................................................................................
S teel tire co rd and f a b r ic .........................................................................................

2296

N o nw ove n fa b rics and rela ted p r o d u c ts ............................................................................
P rim ary pro du cts ................................
N o nw ove n f a b r ic s ..........................
Spun b onded, dry laid, and o t h e r s ......................................................................
U nder 0.8 o un ce s per square y a r d .................................................................
0.8 o unces to 1.5 oun ces per square yard .................................................
O ver 1.5 oun ces per square y a r d ....................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................

2297




2292-P
2292-SM
2292-M
2292-XY9

2293-P
2293-11
2293-119
2293-13
2293-132
229 3-13 4
2293-157

2294-P
2294-1
2 294-114

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

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

130.0
128.0
105.7
107.9

130.0
128.0
106.0
108.5

130.0
128.0
105.8
108.1

-5 .5
-4 .0
-.8
-1 .5

0
0
-.2
-.4

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

119.0
120.5

119.0
120.5

119.0
120.5

2.0
1.9

0
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

110.8
110.8

110.8
110.8

110.8
110.8

2.5
2.5

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
108.9
104.2
115.1
115.4
106.7
123.7
108.0

109.2
109.6
104.6
116.4
116.5
108.1
124.3
109.6

109.0
109.5
104.6
116.4
116.3
107.9
124.2
108.9

3.6
3.8
2.1
7.1
6.0
5.6
6.3
3.6

-.2
-.1
0
0
-.2
-.2
-.1
-.6

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

136.1
141.2

140.2
145.9

141.9
147.9

11.5
12.7

1.2
1.4

Feb. 1990

0
!

0

1 2 /8 5

95.3

95.3

95.3

.7

0

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

145.0
142.0
99.1
153.1

150.1
146.5
100.3
162.8

152.2
147.7
102.9
162.8

13.4
8.7
1.8
15.1

1.4
.8
2.6
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
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

114.3
113.1
113.6
105.2
115.9
111.5
114.3
117.6
110.8
112.5
124.9
110.5
111.8
114.4
108.1
107.3
109.9

116.1
114.7
114.7
106.5
119.2
112.2
114.3
117.6
110.8
114.9
124.9
113.2
115.8
119.6
108.1
107.3
113.6

116.3
114.8
114.7
106.3
119.4
112.6
114.3
117.6
110.8
115.5
124.9
114.0
117.0
121.3
108.1
107.3
113.6

6.5
6.2
6.7
5.2
10.2
4.3
5.3
7.9
1.0
4.9
5.7
4.8
6.9
8.8
0
0
5.8

.2
.1
0
-.2
.2
.4
0
0
0
.5
0
.7
1.0
1.4
0
0
0

0 6 /8 5

105.6

109.0

110.0

2.3

.9

2296-P
2296-1
2296-122
2296-133
2296-155

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

110.8
109.9
109.9
101.6
105.0

111.7
111.0
111.0
103.2
106.4
134.3

111.6
110.8
110.8
103.2
106.4
133.4

3.0
3.1
3.1
3.4
3.7

-.1
-.2
-.2
0
0
-.7

2297-P
2297-1
2297-13
2297-131
2297-133
2297-135
2297-S

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 6 /8 6

117.9
121.3
120.4
114.0
107.2
118.4
115.6

119.6
122.8
123.1
118.4
108.9
122.0
121.2
102.3

119.7
123.0
123.3
118.7
110.3
121.5
121.3
102.3

2 294-12
2 294-127
2 29 4-12 7 13
2 29 4-12 7 14

2295-P
2295-2
2295-211
2295-222
229 5-22 2 22
2 295-233
2295-23 3 34
229 5-23 3 36
2295-3
2295-315
2295-322
2295-3222
2 295-32222
2295-3223
229 5-32 2 32
2295-3224
2295-SM
2295-S

31

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(3)

(3)
4.1
4.4
6.5
6.8
5.1
6.6
7.4
(3)

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

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

C ord ag e and t w in e ......................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Hard fib e r co rd a g e a nd t w in e ....................................................................................
S o ft fib e r co rd a g e a nd tw ine, e xce p t c o t t o n .......................................................
M anm ade fib e r co rd ag e and t w in e ......................................................................
Fish line, fish net, and fish n ettin g (m ade in this e s ta b lis h m e n t)........
R ope ...........................................................................................................................
P o ly p ro p y le n e ......................................................................................................
N ylo n .......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r rope, including rope m ade w ith c o m b in a tio n s o f m aterial
Tw ine , a gricultu ra l ..................................................................................................
All o th e r m a n m ad e fib e r co rd ag e and tw ine, including industrial
t w in 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 ......................................................................................................

2298

T e xtile g oods, n .e .c.....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S cou rin g and co m b ing m ill p ro d u cts ......................................................................
T o ps and noils, inclu din g to p o r slive r co n ve rte d fro m to w w ith o u t
c o m b in g ..................................................................................................................
O th e r te xtile goo ds, n .e .c..............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

2 299

2 298-P
2298-1
2298-2
2298-2A
229 8-20 7
229 8-20 8
2 298-20811
2 29 8-20 8 12
2 2 9 8-20 8 15
2298-211

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
199 0 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

114.4
115.5
80.3
124.2
126.0
166.1
114.5
119.8
116.2
91.3
112.0

114.8
115.7

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

4.6
4.9
10.0
3.0
2.9
2.0
3.5
2.2
5.4
4.0
2.0

0.3
.4

(3)
112.0

115.2
116.2
82.4
124.6
126.3
165.3
115.5
123.2
114.3
92.1
111.6

(3)
125.1
126.8
(3)
113.5
119.7
114.5

(3)
-.4
-.4
(3)
1.8
2.9
-.2
(3)
-.4

229 8-21 2
2 298-S M
2298-S

0 6 /8 5

118.1

118.3

118.3

3.0

0

0 6 /8 5

104.5

104.4

105.0

1.4

.6

2299-P
2299-3

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

119.0
121.6
134.5

115.0
116.8
125.1

114.4
116.1
123.6

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

-.5
-.6
-1 .2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

137.3
107.2

123.1
105.6

(3)
105.7

(3)
-1 .0

(3)
.1

2299-341
229 9-5
2299-S M

A p p a rel a nd o th e r fin ishe d p ro d u cts m ade fro m fa b rics and sim ila r
m a te r ia ls .................................................................................................................................

23

1 2 /8 4

111.3

112.3

112.4

2.8

.1

M e n ’s and b o ys’ suits and c o a t s ..........................................................................................

231

1 2 /8 0

143.4

145.1

145.3

5.1

.1

M e n ’s and b o ys’ su its a nd c o a t s ..........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s a nd b o ys’ su its and coats, exclud in g c o n tra c t w o r k ............................
M e n ’s s u it s ....................................................................................................................
B usine ss s u it s ..........................................................................................................
R e gu la r w e ig h t busin e ss suits ......................................................................
A ll w o ol o r w o ol b le n d s ...............................................................................
Light w e ig ht business suits ............................................................................
Fabrics 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 dre ss and sp ort c o a ts and ja c k e t s ........................................
B usiness type d ress and sp ort c o ats and ja c k e ts .....................................
Fabrics e xcep t w o ol and c o t t o n ...................................................................
A ll w o ol o r w o o l b le n d s ...................................................................................
Dress, sp ort c o ats and ja ckets, e xcep t business, incl. sep. v e s ts ......
R e ceipts fo r c o n tra c t w o rk on m e n ’s and b o ys’ suits a nd c o a t s ................
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 t s ......................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......
M e n ’s and b o ys’ se pa ra te tr o u s e r s .....................................................................

2311

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

143.4
143.5
115.6
145 0
146.2
146.1
120.5
146.2

145.3
145.7
117.7
148.4
149.6
147.5
121.6
154.6

5.1
5.0
5.6
6.5
6.8
6.3
6.5
7.7

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

(3)
142.6
139.6
138.6
135.4
121.8
143.9
152.3

145.1
145.5
117.6
148.3
149.5
147.3
121.4
154.7
160.2
150.1
140.9
140.2
137.1
122.7
144.1
152.1

(3)
149.8
141.0
140.3
137.1
122.9
144.1
153.0

(3)
8.0
4.3
4.9
3.9
6.4
1.3
3.2

(3)
-.2
.1
.1
0
.2
0
.6

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

147.9
156.0
140.2

147.8
155.3

147.8
155.3

5.0
4.7

0
0

(3)

(3)

M e n ’s, yo u th s ’ & b o y s ’ furnishin g s, w o rk clo thin g & allie d g a r m e n ts .....................

232

1 2 /8 4

111.4

112.1

112.9

3.6

.7

M e n ’s and b oys’ shirts, e x c e p t w o rk s h ir t s ......................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ knit o ute rw e ar sp ort shirts, including s w e a ts h irts ............
M e n ’s knit oute rw e ar sportshirts, including s w e a ts h irts ..............................
A ll co tto n and ch iefly co tto n fib e r s ..................................................................
A ll m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fib ers ..................................................
B o ys’ kn it o u te rw e a r sp o rt shirts, including s w e a ts h irts ..............................
A ll m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fib ers ...................................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ d re s s and w o ven sp ort shirts, including uniform shirts ..
M e n ’s d re ss and business sh irts and collars, including uniform shirts
A ll c o tto n and ch iefly c o tto n f ib e r s ..................................................................
A ll m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fib ers ...................................................
M e n ’s w o ven sp ort s h ir ts .........................................................................................
A ll co tto n and ch iefly co tto n fib e r s ..................................................................
A ll m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fib ers ...................................................
B oys’ d re ss and uniform sh irts and c o lla r s ......................................................
B oys’ w o ven sp ort shirts .........................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk on m e n ’s and boys s h ir t s ..............................................................
C o ntract w o rk on m e n ’s and b o y s ’ shirts and c o lla r s .................................
S e co 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 r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2321

M e n ’s and b o ys’ u nd erw e ar and n ig h tw e a r .....................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ kn it u n d e r w e a r..............................................................................
K nit und ershirts, e xce p t t h e r m a l...........................................................................

2322

2 3 1 1-P
2 3 1 1 -A
2311-1
2311-11
2311-113
2 311-11347
2 311-117
2 311-11744
2 311-11747
2311-3
2311-321
2311-32144
2 311-32145
231 1-32 2
2 31 1-9
2 311-S M
2 3 1 1-S
2 311-S S S
2327-S

(3)

232 1 -P
2321-2
2321-211
2321-21115
232 1-21 1 17
2321-225
2 321-22527
2321-4
2321-417
2321-41718
2321-41721
2321-427
2321-42713
2 321-42714
2321-437
2 321-438
2321-9
2 32 1-91 3
2 3 2 1 -SM
2 3 2 1 -M
2 3 2 1 -Z89
2 3 2 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
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 9 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

111.7
112.2
107.9
105.1
111.2
98.4
115.8
119.9
114.4
121.8
115.7
123.5
107.9
116.0
103.3
107.5
99.9
111.9
111.9

112.8
113.0
109.5
107.1
112.7
100.6
116.3
120.4
115.4
122.9
118.6
123.5
108.8
116.5
104.3
107.5
99.9
110.4
110.4

113.1
113.3
109.0
106.3
112.7
99.5
116.2
120.3
115.5
122.2
116.8
123.5
111.2
116.6
108.4
107.5
100.1
113.4
113.4

3.3
3.3
4.4
3.8
4.4
3.6
5.8
5.8
2.4
1.9
3.3
1.1
4.4
2.3
6.0
0
.2
3.6
3.6

.3
.3
-.5
-.7
0
-1.1
-.1
-.1
.1
-.6
-1 .5
0
2.2
.1
3.9
0
.2
2.7
2.7

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

100.0
97.9
114.0

105.4
104.0
114.8

105.4
104.0
115.3

7.6
8.6
.8

0
0
.4

2322-P
2322-A
2322-1

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

115.5
112.1
114.2
114.0

118.4
115.3
117.1

118.6
115.6
117.4
120.0

2.7
3.0
2.6
5.1

.2
.3
.3

See footnotes at end of table.




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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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

in de x
Industry and p ro d u c t1

P roduct
co de

Industry
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

M e n ’s a nd b o y s ’ u n d erw e ar and n ig h tw e a r— C o ntin u ed
U ndershirts, e xce p t a th le tic t y p e ......................................................................
K nit shorts and briefs, excep t th e r m a l...............................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ....................... ...........................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2322-122
2322-4
2322-S M
2322-S

M e n ’s and b o ys’ n e c k w e a r....................................................................................... .............
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ n e c k w e a r........................................................................................
M e n ’s arid b oys’ n e c k tie s .......................................................................................
A ll silk ........................................................................................................................
A ll p o ly e s te r .............................................................................................................
O the r fabrics, including b le n d s ..........................................................................
M e n ’s and boys’ neckw ear, n.e.c., including m ufflers and s c a r f 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 ..........................................................................................................................

2323

M e n ’s a nd b o y s ’ se pa ra te tr o u s e r s .....................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................. ...............................................................
M e n ’s a nd b o y s ’ d ress and sp o rt tro use rs a nd d re ss sh o rts .......................
M e n ’s d re ss and sp orts tro use rs, e xce p t u n ifo rm .........................................
A ll w o o l a nd ch ie fly w ool, all fa b ric c o n s tru c tio n s .....................................
A ll co tto n and ch iefly co tto n, all fab ric c o n s tru c tio n s ..............................
A ll m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade, e xcep t m a n m a d e /w o o l b lends .
W o v e n ...................................................... ........................................... ..................
K nit ............... ..........................................................................................................
M a n m a d e /w o o l blends (chiefly m anm ade), all fab ric co nstru ctio ns ...
M e n ’s and boys’ d re ss s h o r ts ...............................................................................
B o ys’ d re ss a nd sp ort tro use rs, including u n ifo r m ........................................
R e ce ip ts fo r c o n tra c t w o rk on m e n ’s a nd b o ys’ tro use rs ..............................
R e ceipts fo r c o n tra c t w o rk on m e n ’s and b o ys’ t r o u s e 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 ...................................................
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 ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ w o rk c lo t h in g .............................................................................

2327

M e n ’s and b o ys’ w o rk clo th in g .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ........ .................................... ...................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ w o rk s h ir t s ........................... ..........................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ w ork shirts ..................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ jeans, dungarees, and je an -cu t casual sla cks .................
M e n ’s je an s, d ungarees, and je a n -cu t casual s la c k s ...................................
D e n im .........................................................................................................................
B oys’ jeans, dungarees, and je a n -cu t ca sual s la c k s ....................................
D e n im ............... ....... ..................................................................................................
O the r f a b r ic s ......................... ..................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ o th e r w o rk clo thin g .....................................................................
M e n ’s o th e r w o rk c lo th in g ................................................................ .....................
W a sh ab le se rvice a p p a r e l...............................................................................
C o veralls a nd o th e r o n e piece w o rk s u it s ....................................................
W o rk pants, exclud in g je a n s and d u n g a r e e s ..............................................
R e ceipts fo r c o n tra c t w o rk on m e n ’s and boys’ w o rk clo thin g ....................
R e ceipts fo r c o n tra c t w o rk on m e n ’s and b oys’ w o rk c lo th in g ................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts .......................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ se pa ra te tro u se rs ...................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................

2328

M e n ’s and b o ys’ clo thin g , n .e .c........................................................................................ ..
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .......... ......................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ n on tailored h eavy ja c k e ts and co ats, including uniform ,
exclud in g ski ja c k e ts ..............................................................................................
M e n ’s heavy n on tailored ja c k e ts and co ats, including u n ifo r m ................
C h ie fly co tto n ...........................................................................................................
C hiefly w o o l................................................ ..............................................................
O th e r f a b r ic s ............................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys' sw im w ear, sw eaters, and o u te rw e a r n .e .c...........................
S w im w ea r and a th le tic s h o r t s ........................... ...................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ a th le tic s h o r ts ......................................... .............................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ a th le tic unifo rm s so ld as s u c h ............................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ oute rw e ar, n .e .c .........................................................................
M e n ’s light n on tailored ja ckets, excluding u n ifo r m ....................................
B oys’ light n on tailored ja ckets, excluding u n ifo r m ................................. .
O th e r m e n ’s and b o ys’ oute rw e ar, n .e .c.........................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts a nd m iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ................................................................................................
C o ntract w o r k ..............................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2329

W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’ o u te rw e a r.......................................................................

233

2323-P
2323-1
2323-12
2323-121
2323-127
2323-129
2323-149
2323-SM
2323-M
2 32 3-Z89

2327-P
2327-1
2327-112
2327-1122
2327-1124
2327-1125
2327-11251
2327-11252
2327-1127
232 7-14 6
232 7-15 7
232 7-9
2327-911
2327-S M
2327-S
2327-SS S
2328-S

2328-P
2328-1
2328-111
2328-3
2328-351
2 32 8-35 1 26
232 8-35 2
2 328-35226
2328-35229
2328-4
2328-451
2328-45111
2 32 8-45 1 14
2328-45131
2328-9
2328-911
2328-S M
2328-S
2327-S
2328-SS S

2329-P
2329-1
2329-121
2329-12101
2 32 9-12 1 02
2 32 9-12 1 03
2329-2
2329-22
2 329-223
2 32 9-23
2329-25
2329-255
2 329-258
2329-259
2329-SM
2329-M
2323-Y93
2329-S

Mar.
1 9902

112.9
116.1

(3)
117.4

119.4
117.6

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

5.6
1.2

(3)
0.2

0 6 /8 2

138.2

141.0

140.7

3.2

-.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 3

118.5
118.7
118.7
119.1
142.8
114.7
102.1

119.8
120.0
120.0
120.5
145.1
116.1
101.9
113.0

5.7
5.4
5.4
5.8
10.0
5.6
-4 .6

(3)

119.7
119.8
119.8
120.3
144.4
116.2
101.9
113.0

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

1 2 /8 3
2 /8 3

(3)
(3)

125.1
117.6

124.4

(3)
(3)

-.6

1 2/81
1 2/81
1 2/8 1
1 2/81
0 6 /8 7
1 2/81
12/81
12/81
1 2/81
12/81
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

119.7
120.1
118.7
122.0
128.1
108.0
121.2
117.6
120.9
126.8

119.6
120.6
118.5
121.7
128.2
109.7
120.1
116.3
121.6
127.3

119.7
120.5
118.6
121.8
128.3
109.7
120.3
116.5
121.6
127.4

4.1
3.0
3.5
3.9
5.3
2.0
4.0
4.2
2.4
4.2

.1
-.1
.1
.1
.1
0
.2
.2
0
«

(3)
107.6

(3)
105.6

(3)
105.6

(3)
-1 .2

(3)
0

1 2/8 1

127.1

129.8

128.9

1.4

-.7

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

125.0
125.6
123.7

125.1
125.7
123.7

125.1
125.7
123.7

7.8
10.7
3.3

0
0
0

12/8 1
1 2/81

112.9
113.8

112.8
114.5

114.3
115.6

3.1
2.9

1.3
1.0

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

118.2
112.2
113.4
118.9
108.6
109.4
107.0
118.8
117.9
114.5
112.7
123.2

118.2
113.1
114.0
118.8
110.5

2.8
3.1
1.8
1.3
7.5
8.0
6.6
3.2
3.1

0
1.5
.1
.2
5.9

(3)
109.1
119 0
118.0

118.2
114.8
114.1
119.0
117.0
121.2
109.1
119.0
118.1

(3)
113.1
123.3

(3)
113.1
123.4

(3)
2.3
3.5

0

12/8 1

110.0

110.0

(3)

(3)

(3)

12/81
1 2/81
12/81

109.0
125.2
106.2

105.3
125.2
101.8

108.4
125.2
105.5

3.6
16.7
1.2

2.9
0
3.6

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

114.6
114.3

116.0
116.0

117.2
117.4

4.6
5.6

1.0
1.2

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

112.8
115.3

113.1
115.7
102.6
100.0
120.6
118.1
121.8
121.3
100.4
115.2
115.4

114.4
117.1
102.6
103.4
122.0
119.5
121.2
119.4
100.4
118.9
117.7

2.6
2.1

(3)
114.8

(3)
122.7

(3)
(3)
5.1

1.1
1.2
0
3.4
1.2
1.2
-.5
-1 .6
0
3.2
2.0

(3)
(3)
119.9
115.7
114.9
117.6
(3)
115.9
(3)
(3)
117.7

(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)
3.7
7.8
10.1
5.9
(3)
6.9

(3)

(3)
0
0
.1
0
.1

(3)
6.9

33

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

120.9
121.0
114.8

121.3
121.5
115.1

121.4
121.6
117.0

2.4
2.6
2.5

.1
.1
1.7

1 2 /8 4

See footnotes at end of table.




0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

Feb.
1 9902

111.6

112.8

112.2

2.0

-.5

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co d e

Index
b ase
Nov.
19892

W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, & ju n io rs ’ b louses, w a ists & s h ir t s ................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, & ju n io rs ’ blouses, w a ists & shirts, e xcluding
c o n tra c t w o r k ...........................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, & ju n io rs’ knit o u te rw e a r sp o rt & sw e a t s h ir t s .........
K nit o u te rw e a r sp o rt s h ir t s ..................................................................................
A ll c o tto n a nd ch iefly c o t t o n ..........................................................................
A ll m an m ad e and ch ie fly m an m ad e f ib e r s ...............................................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, & ju n io rs’ blouses, w a ists, & shirts, e xce p t knit
s p o rt & sw e a t sh irts ..........................................................................................
K nit blouses, w a ists, & s h ir t s .............................................................................
All co tto n and ch ie fly c o t t o n ..........................................................................
All m an m ad e a nd ch ie fly m an m ad e f ib e r s ...............................................
W o ve n b louses, w aists, & sh irts ......................................................................
A ll co tto n and ch iefly c o t t o n ..........................................................................
All m a n m ade and ch iefly m anm ade fib e r s ...............................................
C o ntract 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 se con 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 n io rs ’ d r e s s e s ............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
D resses n ot m ade on a co 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 ntract w o rk 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 ......................................................................................................
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 .............................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C oats, suits, and skirts, excluding co n tra c t w o r k ...............................................
C oats, e x c e p t fur, all leather, and rain ..............................................................
A ll w o ol and ch iefly w ool ....................................................................................
S u its .................................................................................................................................
S kirts and ja c k e ts ......................................................................................................
S kirts, including uniform ......................................................................................
W o v e n ....................................................................................................................
J a c k e ts .......................................................................................................................
S eparate tailored suit-type ja ckets, including uniform .........................
W o v e n .................................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isse s’ and ju n io rs ’ suits a nd c o a ts ..............
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 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 eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’ and ju n io rs ’ blouses, w a ists a nd s h ir t s ........................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’ and ju n io rs’ oute rw e ar, n .e .c..............................................

2337

W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, and ju n io rs ’ outerw ear, n .e .c.............................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o n-com m issio n w o m e n ’s, m isse s’, and ju n io rs ’ oute rw e ar, n .e .c ...............
W a sh a b le se rvice apparel ......................................................................................
N u rse s’, m a id s’, w a itre sse s’, and sim ila r u n ifo r m s ....................................
B athing s u it s .................................................................................................................
S la cks .............................................................................................................................
Je a n -cu t ca sual s la c k s .........................................................................................
A ll co tto n a nd ch iefly c o t t o n ..........................................................................
O th e r s la c k s .............................................................................................................
K nit f a b r ic ..............................................................................................................
Fabric o th e r tha n all c o tto n and ch ie fly c o tt o n ...................................
W o ve n fa b ric .......................................................................................................
F a bric o th e r th a n all co tto n and ch ie fly c o tt o n ...................................
O th e r oute rw e ar, n .e .c...............................................................................................
Play g a rm e n ts and dun ga re e s
D u ng a re es .............................
P layshorts, p ed al pushers, b erm udas, and ja m a ic a s ............................
O th e r play garm ents, in clu din g playsuits, b ea chto ps, and h alte rs ...
C o n tra ct and co m m ission w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isse s’, and ju n io rs ’
oute rw e ar, n .e .c........................................................................................................
C o n tra ct and co m m ission w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isse s’, a nd ju n io rs ’
oute rw e ar, n .e .c....................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro du 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 ipts .................................................................................................
R e sa le s ..........................................................................................................................

2 339

Mar.
1 99 0 2

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

23 3 1 -P

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

122.8
122.6

124.6
124.2

125.1
124.8

3.6
3.9

0.4
.5

2 3 3 1 -A
233 1-2
233 1-24 3
2331-24311
2 3 3 1-24 3 15

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

108.7
97.1
95.3
143.0
105.7

110.6
98.4
96.6
147.1
105.7

111.1
98.4
96.6
147.1
105.7

4.8
6.5
4.3

.5
0
0
0
0

2331-7
2331-721
2 3 3 1-72 1 16
2 33 1-72 1 17
2331-723
2 33 1-72316
2 331-72317
2331-9
2331-SM
233 1 -S
233 1 -SSS
2339-S

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

138.3
138.2
97.4
140.4
138.4
112.1
138.0
104.8

140.9
138.0
100.5
139.6
143.1
(3)
144.3
104.1

141.8
139.6
100.7
141.4
143.4
112.3
144.7
104.7

(3)
.7
6.8
-.6
9.5
.7

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

113.2
114.0
112.0

115.7
118.6
112.0

115.8
118.7
112.0

2.4
4.1
.1

.1
.1
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

122.4
124.0
111.6
123.5

122.1
123.7
111.2
123.0

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

-1 .5
-1 .6
-1 .3
-1 .4

(3)
120.4

123.9
125.7
112.7
124.7
132.9
121.7

(3)
119.5

(3)
-.7

(3)
-1 .8

(3)
127.9

(3)
131.1

(3)
128.5

(3)
-.5

(3)
-2 .0

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

121.5
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

110.0
111.8
106.2
107.8
114.1

111.4
113.4
107.6
110.6

109.7
111.2
104.8

2.1
2.2
1.2

-1 .5
-1 .9
-2 .6

(3)
106.6
106.8
118.0
106.2
107.9
92.3
127.2
127.2

(3)
(3)
108.1
107.1
118.3
109.5
111.6
95.5
129.1
129.1

(3)
(3)
107.6
101.5
98.3
118.0
106.2
107.9
92.3
129.4
129.4

(3)
(3)
-2 .5
-1 .0
-3 .6
2.3
2.8
3.8
3.8
5.6
5.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
-6.1
-8 .2
-.3
-3 .0
-3 .3
-3 .4
.2
.2

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

112.5
120.0
123.6
97.1

113.2
120.6

113.2
120.6

2.4
.1

0
0

(3)
97.1

(3)
97.1

(3)
2.4

(3)
0

2339-54101
233 9-56 5
2339-5651
2 33 9-56 5 12
2 33 9-56 5 2
2 33 9-56 5 22
2 339-7
2339-71
2 33 9-71 5
2 33 9-71 6
2 33 9-71 9

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

103.5
105.9
105.5
109.5
109.5
124.7
95.2
96.2
96.1
94.7
114.4
116.8
79.5
72.3
112.6
109.9
107.6
109.1
115.0

103.9
106.2
106.0
111.5
111.5
127.2
95.1
96.1
96.1
94.7
114.4
116.8
79.5
72.3
112.7
110.1
107.6
109.3
115.0

104.3
106.6
106.4
111.5
111.5
127.3
95.8
96.1
96.1
95.7
114.4
116.8
81.2
73.0
112.7
110.1
107.6
109.3
115.0

2.5
3.1
2.3
4.5
4.5
1.6
2.8
0
0
4.0
5.4
6.4
2.5
1.4
.4
.6
(3)
.2
2.3

.4
.4
.4
0
0
.1
.7
0
0
1.1
0
0
2.1
1.0
0
0
0
0
0

2339-9

0 6 /8 3

117.8

117.8

117.8

5.6

0

2339-911
2339-S M
2339-M
2 33 9-Z 89

0 6 /8 3

117.8

117.8

117.8

5.6

0

1 0 /8 3
1 0 /8 3

130.3
130.3

130.3
130.3

130.3
130.3

2.4
2.4

0
0

2335-P
2335-A
2335-1
2335-121
2335-125
2335-129
2335-9
2335-SM
2 335-S
2337-S

2337-P
2337-A
2337-1
2337-122
2337-2
2337-4
2337-41
2337-415
2337-42
2 33 7-42 2
2337-42201
2 337-9
2337-911
2 337-S M
2 337-S
2 33 1 -S
2337-S S S
2339-S

2339-P
233 9-A
2339-2
233 9-21 3
233 9-4
233 9-5
2339-541

See footnotes at end of table.




Feb.
19902

34

(3)
0
4.3
1.1

.6
1.2
.2
1.3
.2
(3)
.3
.6

(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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
Nov.
19892

W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’ oute rw e ar, n.e.c.— C ontin u ed
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, and ju n io rs’ b louses, w aists, and s h ir t s ......................
W o m e n ’s, m isses', and ju n io rs ’ suits, skirts, and c o a t s ..............................
O the r se condary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

2339-S
2 33 1 -S
2337-S
2339-SS S

Feb.
19902

Mar.
1 9902

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

100.3
96.8
96.1
100.3

100.3
96.9
96.1
100.3

101.0
96.9
98.8
100.3

2.3
2.8
4.2
.4

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

0.7
0
2.8
0

W o m e n ’s, m isses’, c h ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ u n d e rg a rm e n ts .......................................

234

1 2 /8 4

110.1

110.9

110.9

1.4

0

W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s u nderw ear and n ig h tw e a r ......................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s u nderw ear and nightw ear, e xcluding co n tra c t
w o rk ............................................................................................................................
U nderw ear ....................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s u n d e r w e a r.............................................................................................
Slips, half slips, and p e ttic o a ts .....................................................................
C hiefly syn th e tic fibers .................................................................................
P anties ...................................................................................................................
O the r w o m e n ’s u n d e r w e a r.............................................................................
G irls’, ch ild re n ’s and in fa n ts ’ u n d e r w e a r.......................................................
Panties ...................................................................................................................
O the r g irls ’, ch 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 ightw ear ..............................................................................................
N ig h tg o w n s ...........................................................................................................
C hiefly syn th e tic fib ers ................................................................................
Pajam as .................................................................................................................
C hiefly syn th e tic fib ers .................................................................................
O the r w o m e n ’s n ig h tw e a r...............................................................................
G irls’, c h ild re n ’s and in fan ts’ n ig h tw e a r ........................................................
N ig h tg o w n s ...........................................................................................................
Pajam as .................................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk on w o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s u nderw ear and n ig h tw e a r.......
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 d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2341

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

112.2
114.5

113.5
115.6

113.6
115.8

1.5
1.8

.1
.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
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

103.9
117.8
1 1° 6
11U 5
109.6
116.8
120.0
136.5
122.3
156.3
110.8
109.5
108.8
111.5
111.8
111.8
111.8
117.7
141.0
108.4
118.8

105.2
119.9
116.2
114.6
113.7
119.2
119.5
136.5
122.3
156.3
111.8
110.3
109.9
112.6
111.8
111.8
111.8
120.7
143.8
111.9
117.9

105.3
120.1
116.4
114.6
113.7
119.4
120.5
136.8
122.3
157.1
111.8
110.3
109.9
112.6
111.8
111.8
111.8
120.7
143.8
111.9
118.2

1.8
1.7
1.6
3.7
3.7
2.7
-6 .7
2.5
0
4.9
2.0
1.8
2.3
1.3
.7
.7
.5
3.7
2.0
5.6
1.5

.1
.2
.2
0
0
.2
.8
.2
0
.5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.3

0 6 /8 2

90.7

91.2

91.5

-3 .6

.3

B ra ssieres and allied g a r m e n ts .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ...................................................................>
.............................................
B ra ssieres and a llied garm en ts, exclud in g co n tra c t w o rk ..............................
B ra s s ie r e s .....................................................................................................................
B andeau ....................................................................................................................
R e gu la r s t r a p .......................................................................................................
S o ft c u p .............................................................................................................
C o nto ur lined c u p ...........................................................................................
U n d e rw ire ..........................................................................................................
C o n to u r lined o r p ad de d s t r a p ......................................................................
S o ft cup .........................................................................................................
S trapless, c o n ve rtib le o r o th e r b an deau b r a s .........................................
O th e r bras, including long line ..........................................................................
G irdles, co rse ts, co m b in a tio n s 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 econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2 342

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

128.5
129.7
107.0
127.7
127.8
125.5
111.1
150.0
122.8
132.2
105.2
136.4
125.8
136.6
105.2
115.2

127.8
128.5
105.9
125.4
125.2
120.1
112.5

127.7
128.4
105.9
125.4
125.2
120.1
112.5

.9
.4
.5
0
-.3
-2 .4
1.3

-.1
-.1
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
(3)
135.3
109.1
141.1
131.1
138.6
107.2
115.2

(3)
(3)
135.3
109.1
141.1
130.3
138.3
107.0
115.2

(3)
(3)
3.9
4.2
4.4
8.7
1.5
2.0
0

(3)
(3)
0
0
0
-.6
-.2
-.2
0

0 6 /8 2

119.3

118.9

118.9

2.9

.0

2341 -P
2 34 1 -A
2341-2
2341-21
2341-211
2341-2113
2341-213
2341-214
2341-22
2341-223
2341-225
2341-3
2341-31
2341-315
2341-3153
2341-316
2341-3163
2341-317
2 341-32
2341-325
2341-326
2341-9
23 4 1 -SM
2 3 4 1 -S

2342-P
234 2 A
2342-1
234 2-14
2342-141
234 2-14 1 12
234 2-14 1 13
234 2-14 1 14
234 2-14 2
234 2-14 2 12
2342-143
2342-15
2342-2
2342-211
2342-241
2342-SM
2342-S

Hats, caps, and m illin e r y ..........................................................................................................

235

0 6 /8 5

111.7

113.5

114.0

4.3

.4

M illinery ........................................ .................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Fur fe lt and w ool f e l t .................................................................................................

2351
235 1 -P
2351-112

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

103.8
104.1
101.0

104.5
104.7

107.2
107.3

2.7
2.5

2.6
2.5

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

H ats and caps, excep t m illin e r y ............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ats and hat bodies, excep t clo th and m illin e r y ................................................
F inished stra w hats, excep t h arvest hats, m e n ’s and b oys’ ......................
W ool fe lt finished h a t s .............................................................................................
Fur fe lt finished hats .................................................................................................
C loth hats and c a p s ......................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ w oven c lo th hats, e xcep t uniform .....................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ w oven clo th caps, e xcep t uniform ....................................
A ll o th e r hats and caps, inc. h arvest hats, w o m e n ’s uniform hats and
caps, e tc ..................................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

2352
2352-P
2352-1
2352-115
2352-141
2352-183
2352-2
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

113.4
114.0
117.2
109.1
119.3

115.3
116.3
122.9

115.2
116.3
122.9

4.3
4.9
7.1

-.1
0
0

(3)
122.0

(3)
11.7

(3)
0

(3)
112.7
133.6
109.8

(3)
122.0
131.2
113.5
134.0
111.0

(3)
113.5
134.0
111.0

(3)
3.8
10.8
3.2

(3)
0
0
0

0 6 /8 5

105.3

105.3

105.2

.8

-.1

0 6 /8 5

112.6

109.9

(3)

G irls ’, c h ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ o u te rw e a r............................................................................

236

1 2 /8 4

107.4

109.5

110.1

5.2

.5

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, excep t knit sp ort shirts & s w e a ts h irts ..............

2361

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

110.3
111.7
114.4
116.7

111.4
112.9
114.5
116.8

111.8
113.2
115.0
117.5

4.6
4.0
4.0
5.7

.4
.3
.4
.6

D resse s ..........................................................................................................................

2 352-298
2352-SM
2352-S

2 36 1 -P
2361-1
2 361-12

See footnotes at end of table.




35

(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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 98 9 2

G irls’ , c h ild re n ’s, & in fa n ts ’ outerw ear, n .e .c.....................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Coats, snow suits, co at-a n d-leg g ing sets, suits, vests, & ja c k e ts .................
C o a t s ..............................................................................................................................
O uterw ear, n.e.c., e x c e p t c o n tra c t w o r k ............................................... ...............
P lay g a r m e n ts ................ ..............................................................................................
G irls’ p lay g a r m e n ts ..............................................................................................
O th e r g irls ’ p lay garm en ts: shorts, playsuits, h a lte r top s, e tc .............
C h ild re n ’s a nd in fa n ts ’ play garm en ts, e xce p t in fa n ts ’ cre e p e rs and
ro m p ers .............................................................................................................
S la c k s ........................ ............................................................................................
Jeans, dungarees, and s h o r ts .......................................................................
O the r fab ric ..................................................................................................
A ll o th e r play garm ents, e xcep t in fa n ts ’ cre e pe rs and r o m p e r s ......
In fa n ts’ c re e p e rs and r o m p e r s ..........................................................................
A ll o r ch ie fly m a n -m a d e ...................................................................................
O th e r oute rw e ar: skirts, sw im suits, h eadw ear, n eckw e a r, 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 n tra ct w o rk on c h ild re n ’s oute rw e ar, 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 ............................................................ ..........................................
G irls’, ch ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ dresses, blouses, & s h ir ts ............................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................... ............................

Mar.
1 9902

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

120.8
109.0
112.0
116.8
109.5
109.6
102.2
102.1
98.8
98.8
114.7

121.2
109.0
112.0
116.8

121.1
114.3
115.0
109.7

(3)
(3)
105.2
105.2
99.1
(3)
115.6

(3)
(3)
105.2
105.2
99.1
98.8
116.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
5.0
5.1
3.8
3.5
3.1

1 2 /8 4

106.6

107.5

107.7

8.1

.2

2369-P
2 36 9-2
2369-21
2 36 9-3
2 36 9-34
2 36 9-34 2
2 36 9-34 2 5

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

103.5
104.1
113.0
(3)
103.6
103.8
105.2
117.4

106.6
107.4
110.0
108.9
108.5
109.2
110.3
123.1

107.5
108.5
113.9
111.4
109.3
110.1
110.3
123.1

5.9
6.5
4.9
3.1
7.3
8.8
8 7
(3)

.8
1.0
3.5
2.3
.7
.8
0
0

2369-345
2369-3451
2 369-3452
2 369-34522
236 9-34 5 3
2 36 9-34 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

96.4
105.3
93.8
100.5
87.4
113.3
102.5

100.2
105.3
93.8
100.5
103.4

101.2
107.0
93.4
99.8
105.9
122.8

2.2
1.6
-.1
-.2
7.1
18.6

(3)

(3)

2 369-39
2369-393
2 36 9-396
2 36 9-39 8
2 369-9
2 369-SM
2369-S
2 36 1 -S
2 369-S S S

G irls’, c h ild re n ’s, a nd in fa n ts ’ dre sses, b louses, and sh irts— C ontin u ed
G irls’ d r e s s e s ...........................................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s d r e s s e s ........ .........................................................................................
All o r ch iefly m anm ade fib e r fab ric ............................................................
In fa n ts ’ d r e s s e s .......................................................................................................
B lo use s & shirts, e x c e p t Knit sp o rt sh irts & s w e a ts h irts .............................
G irls’ blou se s & s h ir ts ...........................................................................................
K nit sp ort sh irts & s w e a ts h irts ...................................................................................
K nit sp ort s h ir t s ...........................................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s kn it sp ort sh irts ...... .........................................................................
A ll o r ch ie fly m anm ade fib e r f a b r i c .............................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk on dresses, blou se s & s h ir 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 .......................................................................................................

Feb.
199 0 2

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

99.7
88.3
105.1
110.2
103.2

103.5
98.0
105.1
111.5
103.3

103.7
98.0
105.1
112.6
103.3

-2 .7
-3 .4
(3)
-2 .9
2.7

1.0
0

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

99.9
100.9
98.6

101.9
105.9
99.1

101.8
104.4
99.8

3.4
4.0
3.1

-.1
-1 .4
.7

2361-121
2361-123
2 36 1-12 3 35
2 36 1-12 5
2361-13
2361-133
2361-2
2361-21
2361-215
2361-21543
2361-9
236 1 -SM
2 36 1 -S
2369

(3)
(3)

M ar. 1989

5.4
10.4
11.1

Feb. 1990

-0.1
4.9
2.7
-6.1
(3)
(3)
0
0
0
(3)
.3

1.0
1.6
-.4
-.7
2.4
(3)
(3)
.2
0
0

Fur g o o d s ................ ................... ..................................................................................................

237

1 2 /8 3

103.7

100.6

101.1

-6 .8

.5

Fur g o o d s ........................................................................................... ...........................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ......................... ......................................................................................
Fur p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................................
M i n k ......................... ......................................................................................................

2371

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

103.7
105.7
105.7
106.8

100.6
103.5
103.5
103.7

101.1
104.0
104.0
104.4

-6 .8
-6.1
-6.1
-4 .4

.5
.5
.5
.7

M isce lla n e o u s app arel a nd a c c e s s o rie s ............................... ............................................

238

0 6 /8 5

111.5

112.8

1 ^3.5

2.9

.6

F a bric d re ss and w o rk g lo v e s ............... .............. .................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................................... .........
W o rk g love s and m itte ns ............................................................................................
All f a b r i c .........................................................................................................................
S in gle ca n to n f la n n e l................................. ..........................................................
Double ca nto n fla nn el .........................................................................................
F le e ced co tto n je r s e y ...........................................................................................
L ea the r o r p ia stic and fa b ric c o m b in a tio n s ......................................................
S econdary 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
109.5
109.3
108.5
106.2
107.3
106.9
113.7

112.3
110.3
110.2
109.4
107.6
109.4
107.2
114.5

112.6
110.5
110.3
109.5
107.6
109.8
107.2
115.1

2.7
2.6
1.9
1.3
1.7
2.9
.6
5.6

.3
.2
.1
.1
0
.4
0
.5

0 6 /8 5

121.5

122.6

123.9

-2.1

1.1

R o bes and dressing gow ns, e xcep t c h ild re n ’s ...............................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ...................................................... ..........................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju n io rs ’ robes and dressing g o w n s ............................
A ll o th e r fa b r ic s ................ ..........................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts 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 eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2384

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

106.0
105.7
104.7
104.4

108.3
107.3
106.3
106.1

108.2
107.1
106.2
105.9

2.2
1.9
2.1
1.0

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

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

107.1
106.6

(3)
106.6

(3)
106.6

(3)
1.7

(3)
0

W a terproo f oute r g a r m e n ts ...................................................................... ..............................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R a in coa ts a nd ra in cap 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 the r w a terpro 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 t s ......................................................................................................

2385

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

114.3
114.7
113.4
113.2
113.5
118.3

115.6
116.2
115.0
115.2
114.9
119.2

3.2
3.1
2.5
4.5
1.2
2.0

1.1
1.3
1.4
1.8
1.2
.8

0 6 /8 5

108.9

113.5

113.5

4.6

0

Le a th e r a nd sh ee p lined clo th in g .........................................................................................

2 386

1 2 /8 5

123.1

123.5

124.4

3.8

.7

2 3 7 1 -P
2371-1
2371-111

2 38 1 -P
238 1-2
2381-211
2 381-21122
2 3 8 1 -21 1 24
2 3 8 1-21 1 32
2381-251
2 38 1 -SM
238 1 -S

2384-P
2384-2
2384-203
2 384-SM
2384-M
2384-S

2385-P
2385-141
2385-14111
2385-14122
2385-198
2 385-S M
2 385-S

See footnotes at end of table.




36

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Mar.
1 9902

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

122.2
123.0
128.6
117.2
(3)

121.5
122.3
128.6
115.7
105.9

122.5
123.3
129.8
116.5
105.9

(3)

0.8
.8
.9
.7
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

110.6
109.0
111.2
103.1
116.2
104.2
106.5
111.0

112.0
110.5
113.2
103.1
118.4
104.5
106.5
112.2

113.3
112.2
115.5

3.4
3.6
4.8

1.2
1.5
2.0

(3)
121.1
104.5

(3)
5.2
.4

(3)
2.3
0

(3)
112.2

(3)
1.5

(3)
0

0 6 /8 5

117.8

119.0

119.0

2.9

0

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

108.9
108.6
112.1
112.2

109.9
109.0
114.3
111.9

110.1
108.8
114.3
111.9

3.1
2.4
3.9
3.5

.2
-.2
0
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

111.2
108.6

116.7
(3)

116.7
112.7

4.9
5.4

(3)

1 2 /8 4

108.9

109.9

110.0

2.7

.1

23 9 1 -P
239 1-2
2391-211

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

112.9
110.7
110.5
102.7

113.9
111.9
112.0
102.7

114.1
112.1
111.8
102.7

3.5
3.5
3.1

.2
.2
-.2
0

2 39 1-22 2
2 39 1-22 2 73
239 1-22 2 74
239 1-4
2391-411

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

112.3
112.1
100.0
110.9
109.7

114.2
114.4
100.0
111.9
110.2

114.0
114.2
100.0
112.3
110.2

(3)
3.8
3.6

-.2
-.2
0
.4
0

239 1-44 4
2391-44471

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

111.5
109.8

112.7
110.7

113.2
111.2

3.9
4.3

.4
.5

2 39 1-44 4 72
2 39 1-44 4 73
2 39 1-44 4 74
2 39 1 -SM
2 391-M
2 39 1 -XY9
2 39 1 -Z89
2 39 1 -S

L e a th e r a nd sh eep lined c lo th in g — C ontin u ed
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
L ea the r c o a ts and ja c k e ts ...........................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ .........................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ , and ju n io rs’ ............................................................................
All o th e r le a th e r and sh ee p lined c lo th in g ............................................................

Feb.
19902

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

101.6
112.6
106.9

103.7
114.6
107.6

103.7
114.6
109.3

(3)
2.9
3.6

0
0
1.6

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 7 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

132.1
124.2
145.6
116.0

131.6
123.6

131.7
123.7

3.8
1.5

.1
.1

(3)
116.4

(3)
117.2

(3)
1.7

(3)
.7

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
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

107.3
106.0
106.6
101.8
102.0
109.4
95.8
107.5
88.9
104.6
102.6
104.3
92.9
101.9
101.1
98.9
109.8
106.5
110.8
109.9
103.0
119.2

107.0
106.1
105.6
103.3
97.9
110.0
95.8
107.7
89.3
104.6
102.6
104.6
93.5
102.2
101.1
98.9
112.8
107.2
114.6
112.4
103.0
120.5

107.2
106.3
105.3
102.8
97.9
109.8
95.3
108.3
89.3
104.6
102.6
105.3
94.0
102.2
101.1
98.9
116.6

2.2
2.7
.2
2.2
-2 .4
3.7
-.9
3.7
1.2
1.9
.1
4.5
3.8
5.3
(3)
1.7
9.2

.2
.2
-.3
-.5
0
-.2
-.5
.6
0
0
0
.7
.5
0
0
0
3.4

(3)
119.6
113.3
105.4
121.1

(3)
11.4
2.9
2.7
2.7

(3)
4.4
.8
2.3
.5

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

108.5
107.7
109.3
117.2

108.7
107.9
109.5
111.2

108.8
107.9
109.7
111.9

2.5
2.9
2.0
-3 .9

.1
0
.2
.6

1 2 /8 5

108.6

109.5

109.4

2.5

-.1

2386-P
2 3 8 6-1 A
2386-101
238 6-10 2
2 3 8 6 -1 B

A p p a re l b e lt s .................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
L e a th e r b e lt s ....................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s m ade fo r sa le s e p a ra te ly .......................................
M e n ’s a nd b o y s ’ .........................................................................................................
B elts o th e r tha n le a th e r................................................................................................
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 ys’ .........................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du 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 t s ......................................................................................................

2387

A p p a rel and a ccesso rie s, n .e .c...............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Burial g a r m e n ts ...........................................................................................................
A ca d e m ic ca ps and g o w n s and co stu m e s, inclu 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 iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2 389

M iscellan eo u s fa b rica te d te xtile p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................

2 39

C u rta ins a nd d r a p e r ie s .............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C urtains, e xce p t la 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 an m ad e fib e r fabrics, plastics, a nd o th e r
m a te ria ls .................................................................................................................
C h ie fly p o lye ste r f a b r ic s ......................................................................................
O th e r m aterials, inclu 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 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 fabrics, p lastics, and o th e r
m a te ria ls .................................................................................................................
C h ie fly rayon a nd a ce ta te f a b r ic s ....................................................................
Nylon and o th e r m an m ad e fib e r fab rics, exclud in g rayon, aceta te ,
and p o ly e s te r ...................................................................................................
C h ie fly p o lye ste r f a b r ic s ......................................................................................
O th e r m aterials, inclu din g p la s t ic 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 iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts ................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk and o th e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2391

H ouse furnishings, n .e .c............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B ed spreads and bed sets ............................................................................................
Tailored, q u ilte d ...........................................................................................................
N ontailored, e xcep t tufte d ......................................................................................
S he e ts and p illo w c a s e s ...............................................................................................
T o w e ls and w a s h c lo th s ................................................................................................
O the r house furnishings ..............................................................................................
C o m fo rte rs .................................................................................................................
B la n k e ts .....................................................................................................................
Crib s iz e .................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r housefurnishings, e xcep t b lan ke ts and c o m fo r te rs .....................
S h o w e r/b a th curtains, including p lastic .........................................................
M a ttress p r o te c to r s ...............................................................................................
O the r quilted, including w add e d q uilts and baby p a d s ............................
B ed p illo w s ................................................................................................................
F ancy pillo w s and c u s h io n s ...............................................................................
Foam .......................................................................................................................
O the r m aterials ...................................................................................................
M ops and duste rs ..................................................................................................
S ponge m o p s ......................................................................................................
A ll o th e r house fu r n is h in g s .................................................................................
S econdary 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 .................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk and o th e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2392

T e xtile bags ..................................................................................................................................

2393

2387-P
2387-1
238 7-11 5
2387-151
2387-2
238 7-21 5
2387-251
2387-S M
2387-S

2389-P
2389-181
2389-191
2 389-S M
2 389-M
238 9-S

2392-P
2392-A
2 3 9 2 -A 1 1
2 39 2 -A 14
2392-2
2392-3
2392-4
2 392-423
2 392-482
2 392-48286
2 392-4C
2392-419
2392-431
2 392-438
2392-451
2392-455
2392-45557
2392-45559
2 392-477
2 392-47775
2392-498
2 392-SM
2392-M
2 392-XY 9
2392-Z 89
2392-S

See footnotes at end of table.




37

Mar. 1989

3.3
3.4
3.0
3.8

(3)
3.5
3.7

Feb. 1990

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

T e xtile b ag s— C ontin u ed
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
V e g e ta b le fib e r b a g s .....................................................................................................
C o tto n , inclu din g co tto n ca nva s and o pe n m esh co tto n ............................
O th e r textile b a g s ...........................................................................................................
W h o lly o r ch ie fly m an m ad e fib e r fa b rics ...........................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du 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 ......................................................................................................
C a nvas a nd re la ted p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
A w n in g s ..........................................................................................................................
T e n t s ...................................................................................................................................
C am ping t e n t s .............................................................................................................
O the r t e n t s ....................................................................................................................
C om m ercial and o th e r ten ts
T arpaulins and o th e r c o v e r s ......
F la t ............................................................................
F itted ........
O th e r p ro du cts
S a ils ..........
O th e r pro du cts, in clu din g snaaes, air cu shions, fu e l co nta ine rs, etc.
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 t s ......................................................................................................
P leating, S titch in g , a nd T u c k in g ............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
E m broideries, stam pe d a rt g oods, o th e r needlew ork, prin ting on
p urcha sed f a b r ic .....................................................................................................
E m bro ide rie s, in clu din g e m b roide re d a rt n e e d le w o rk ...................................
S ta m p e d a rt g o o d s fo r e m b roide rin g needlew ork, punching, etc. and
o th e r n e e d le w o rk ................................................................................................
P rinting on p urcha sed fa b rica te d te xtile pro du cts, including silk
scre e n ....................................................................................................................
C o m m ission e m b roide rin g , printing, tucking , plea tin g, etc. fo r the

2393-P
2393-1
2393-121
239 3-2
2393-241
2393-S M
2393-S

C T|
D
C C
O D
o cr

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Mar.
199 0 2

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

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

109.5
108.1
123.6
111.3
110.9

110.5
108.8
125.8
112.7
112.3

110.5
108.8
125.8
112.6
112.2

4.0
4.5
1.8
3.2
3.2

0
0
0
-.1
-.1

1 2 /8 5

104.0

104.2

104.1

-3.1

-.1

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
110.4
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

114.8
114.3
120.6
112.4
118.1
104.8
105.4
117.5
117.7
117.3
118.9
104.8

115.7
115.3
123.2
112.1
117.4
104.8
105.4
117.7
118.0
117.3
113.8
125.6
105.9

116.1
115.8
125.3
112.1
117.4
104.8
105.4
117.5
117.7
117.3
115.0
127.4
106.7

2.9
2.5
1.8
1.4
.9
2.0
1.9
2.7
1.6
4.2
4.4
1.6
6.6

.3
.4
1.7
0
0
0
0
-.2
-.3
0
1.1
1.4
.8

1 2 /8 5

133.0

133.6

133.3

1.8

-.2

2395-P

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

115.2
115.6

117.2
117.8

116.9
117.6

3.1
3.6

-.3
-.2

2395-1
2 39 5-11 2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

114.3
113.3

116.8
115.8

116.5
115.8

4.0
3.9

-.3
0

2395-131

1 2 /8 5

125.5

127.4

127.1

6.8

-.2

2395-141

1 2 /8 5

108.5

111.3

110.7

2.3

-.5

2 395-9
2395-931
2395-941
2 395-SM
2395-S

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

124.5
117.9
102.4

125.2
119.3
102.4

124.9
118.6
102.4

.6
1.5
0

-.2
-.6
0

1 2 /8 5

123.4

123.4

(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

106.3
106.1
118.1
120.4
105.4
105.3
106.0

107.4
107.2
119.5
122.7
106.7
105.3
106.0

107.4
107.2
119.5
122.7
106.7
105.3
(3)

(3)

(3)

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

106.8
101.4
118.4

( 3)

( 3)

(3)

(3)

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

125.1
126.9
128.9
125.4

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

102.0
102.0

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

2394
2394-P
2394-211
2394-3
2394-344
2394-366
2394-36637
2394-5
2 39 4-53 3
2 39 4-55 5
2394-8

1 2 /8 5
2 39 4-87 7
2 39 4-89 8
2394-S M
2394-S

2395

t r a d e .............................................................................................................................
C o n tra ct tucking , pleating, hem stitch in g, e tc .....................................................
C o n tra ct p rin ting fo r th e tra de ..............................................................................
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 .......................................................................................................
A uto m o tive trim m ings, apparel findings, and related p r o d u c ts .................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ suit and c o a t findings, and h at a nd ca p trim m in gs ........
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ co at, suit, and tro u s e r fin din g s ...........................................
A u to m o tive trim m in g s ...................................................................................................
O th e r trim m in gs and fin d in g s .....................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s a pp arel trim m in gs and fin d 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 ...................................................
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 ...........................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2396

S ch iffli m a ch ine e m b roide rie s ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
E y e le t...............................................................................................................................
N o ve 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 ...................................................
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 ...........................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2397

F a b ricate d te xtile pro du cts, n .e .c...........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A u to m o b ile se a t c o v e r s ...........................................................................................
S ea t o r sa fe ty belts, in clu din g sh o u ld e r h arne sses, e x c e p t le a t h e r .......
Flags, b anners, and sim ila r e m b lem s ................................................................
A ll o th e r fab ricate d te xtile products, n .e .c..........................................................
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 .................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

2399

Lum ber and w o od products, excep t furnitu re ..................................................................

2396-P
2396-1
2396-111
2396-2
2396-3
2396-311
2396-S M
2396-M
2 396-X Y 9
2396-S

(3)

.8
.8
2.0
2.4
.9
.1

(3)

0
0
.0
0
0
0

(3)

(3)

120.8

120.8

(3)
.4

(3)
0

126.1
128.0

2.9
3.1
-3 .2
8.6

-.2
-.2

127.4

125.8
127.7
128.9
126.8
102.0
102.0
117.2

.3
.3

(3)

102.0
102.0
117.2

(3)

0
0
0

101.6
101.3
112.5
90.5
112.6
105.4

104.5
104.5
112.4
96.6
114.3
106.6

104.6
104.6
112.4
96.6
114.7
106.5

5.8
6.1
-6 .5
10.5
1.9
3.4

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

98.6
97.1
108.4

98.6
97.1
108.5

98.6
97.1
108.8

6.3
6.2
1.0

.3

24

1 2 /8 4

117.3

116.9

117.4

3.8

.4

Logging ca m p s and logging c o n tra c to r s ............................................................................

241

12/81

134.0

135.3

136.8

12.1

1.1

Logging ca m p s and logging c o n tra c to r s ............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S oftw o od logs, bolts, and tim b e r .............................................................................

2411

12/81
12/81
12/81

134.0
131.6
149.0

135.3
133.2
151.2

136.8
134.7
153.4

12.1
14.4
20.0

1.1
1.1
1.5

2397-P
239 7-11 3
239 7-11 5
2 397-S M
2397-M
2 397-X Y 9
2397-S

2399-P
2 39 9-11 5
239 9-12 5
2399-141
2399-198
2399-SM
2399-M
2399-XY 9
2399-S

2 4 1 1-P
2411-1

See footnotes at end of table.




38

( 3)

(3)
-.5

.1
.1
0
0
.3

-.1
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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

L ogging ca m p s and logging co n tra c to rs — C o ntinued
D o ug la s f i r ...................................................................
S aw log s and b o lt s ...............................................
V e n e er logs and b o lts .......................................
S oftw o od , excep t D ouglas f i r ..............................
S ou the rn ye llo w p i n e .........................................
P on d ero sa 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 rd w o od lo gs, bolts, and t im b e r .........................
O th e r hardw o o d log species, n .e .c.....................
P u lp w o o d ........................................................................
S o ftw o o d ................................................................
H a r d w o o d ...............................................................
O the r rou nd w o od p r o d u c ts ......................................
O the r roundw ood products, n .e .c........................
C o ntract logging ..........................................................
C o ntract lo g g in g ................................ ......................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

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

156.8
153.9
173.5
144.0
68.7
203.7
145.8
161.5
236.4
134.6
125.4
109.2
88.8
83.8

149.8
145.7
173.5
152.1
71.2
(3)
158.3
171.2
281.5
143.2
124.1
106.1
90.1
84.9

148.4
145.9
163.1
156.7
71.1
2 39.9
158.3
172.3
257.1
149.0
124.1
106.1
90.2
84.9

18.6
18.0
22.3
20.9
4.6
33.9
8.1
21.1
22.4
28.1
2.4
0
3.8
3.3

(3)
0
.6
-8 .7
4.1
0
0
.1
0

(3)
79.8
79.8
104.4
104.4

(3)
83.4
84.1
104.6
104.6

(3)
81.5
83.2
105.1
105.1

(3)
3.4
5.3
1.5
1.5

(3)
-2 .3
-1.1
.5
.5

1 2 /8 4

113.2

114.5

115.9

3.3

1.2

2 42 1 -P
2421-1
2421-12
2421-121
2421-12111
242 1-12 1 12
242 1-12 1 19
2421-122
2421-12211
2421-129
2421-1291
242 1-12 9 5
242 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

109.8
110.3
131.2
128.5
143.9
152.4
130.5
145.2
115.3
102.4
115.9
113.3
117.6
106.5

111.1
112.2
132.4
129.7
144.2
152.3
131.4
145.8
117.6
108.6
117.7
113.3
118.9
108.9

112.6
113.6
132.9
130.3
145.1
153.7
131.7
146.1
118.8
111.8
117.9
113.8
118.9
109.2

3.2
3.0
1.5
1.3
2.9
5.3
-.6
2.2
4.1
12.5
-.9
1.0
-2 .8
.3

1.4
1.2
.4
.5
.6
.9
.2
.2
1.0
2.9
.2
.4
0
.3

2421-13
2421-131
242 1-13 9
2421-2
2421-3
2421-31
2 421-312
2421-313
2421-32
2421-321
2421-3211
2421-32111
242 1-32 1 13
242 1-32 1 19
2 42 1-32 2
2421-3221
2421-32211
242 1-32 2 12
2421-32 2 19

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

146.2
132.7
130.4
109.3
107.6
110.1
132.4
97.5
106.6
114.4
113.0
107.9
124.8
116.8
106.2
101.1
99.0
101.1
100.5

147.4
133.9
131.5
112.0
110.7
112.8
138.6
97.5
109.9
115.1
113.7
108.0
125.6
117.9
110.3
106.0
104.3
108.6
101.4

147.3
133.9
131.3
114.3
112.1
112.8

2.9
4.1
1.9
4.1
4.2
7.4

-.1
.0
-.2
2.1
1.3
0

(3)
97.5
111.9
116.6
115.4
111.0
127.2
119.5
112.8
108.4
106.4
110.7
104.2

(3)
-.6
2.8
-.2
-.1
6.8
-1 .7
.8
4.9
6.3
13.9
6.4
4.0

(3)
0
1.8
1.3
1.5
2.8
1.3
1.4
2.3
2.3
2.0
1.9
2.8

2421-323
2421-32311
2421-4
2421-41
2421-411
242 1-41 2
2421-413
2421-42
2421-421
2421-4211
242 1-42 1 19
2421-4212
2421-42121
2 421-42 1 29
2 421-42 1 6
2 421-4219
2 42 1-42 2
2421-4221
2 42 1-42 2 14
2 421-42 2 19
2 421-42 2 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
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

84.4
78.5
109.6
111.1
107.1
91.4
151.0
109.3
108.1
94.5
93.3
123.3
90.6
133.0
104.5
130.6
105.0
104.5
112.9
114.9
100.0

91.1
84.8
112.1
111.9
112.8
88.0
152.9
112.6
110.4
98.8
98.0
123.5
85.3
137.1
105.9
130.9
109.3
109.9
123.8
120.4
101.9

91.5
85.1
114.8
116.1
117.3
93.2
155.5
114.6
112.3
98.3
97.4
128.8
88.3
144.3
106.8
135.6
111.2
112.6
127.7
123.8
101.4

.4
.4
4.1
4.0
-8 .5
8.0
14.1
4.0
.2
-.8
.5
-2 .5
-7 .5
-1 .7
4.1
2.3
2.7
3.1
5.5
8.1
.1

.4
.4
2.4
3.8
4.0
5.9
1.7
1.8
1.7
-.5
-.6
4.3
3.5
5.3
.8
3.6
1.7
2.5
3.2
2.8
-.5

2411-117
2 41 1-11 7 44
2 41 1-11 7 66
2411-13
2411-131
2 411-132
2411-133
2 41 1-13 5
2 41 1-13 6
2411-137
2411-2
2411-221
2411-3
241 1-31 1 15
2411-32 2 27
2411-4
2411-429
2411-9
2411-911
2411-S M

S aw m ills a nd plan in g m ills ....................................................

242

S aw m ills and planing m ills ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .............................................................................................................
H a rd w o od lu m b er rough and d re ssed e xce p t s id in g .....................................
H a rd w o od rough lu m b e r ......................................................................................
O a k ...........................................................................................................................
Red, no. 1 co m m o n ......................................................................................
W h ite ...................................................................................................................
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 tha n O ak and P o p la r .......................................................
G u m .....................................................................................................................
M aple, B eech and Ash ................................................................................
O the r h a r d w o o d s ......................................................... ..................................
H ardw ood, dressed lum ber, including ceiling, fram ing, and m atched
and shiplapped lu m b e r..................................................................................
O a k ...........................................................................................................................
O the r hardw ood s p e c ie s ..................................................................................
S oftw o od lum ber, rough and dressed, e xcep t s id in g ....................................

2421

R ough s o ftw o o d lum ber, E astern s p e c ie s .........................................
Ligh t fra m in g lu m b er 2 inch nom inal th ickn e ss o n ly .................
L um ber and tim b e rs o ve r 2 in che s in nom inal th ickn e ss ........
D ressed so ftw o o d lum ber, E astern s p e c ie s ......................................
B oards - lum ber less than 2 inches in nom inal th ic k n e s s .......
S ou the rn Pine ...................................................................................
Finish, c and b e t t e r ........................................................................
B oards, no. 2 .....................................................................................
O the r S outhern Pine B o a r d s .......................................................
Light fram ing lum ber 2 inch nom inal thickne ss only .................
S ou the rn P in e .......................................................................................
D im ension, no. 1 ..................................................................................
D im ension no. 2 ...................................................................................
O the r 2 inch S outhern Pine lu m b e r ..............................................
L um ber and tim b e rs o ver 2 inch nom inal thickness, Eastern
s p e c ie s .................................................................................................
S outhern P in e .......................................................................................
S oftw o od lum ber, rough and dressed, W e stern sp ecie s .................
Rough so 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 ickn e ss .......
Light fra m in g lu m b er 2 inch n om ina l th ickne ss o n ly .................
L um be r a nd tim b e rs o ve r 2 in che s in nom inal th ickn e ss ........
D ressed s o ftw o o d lum ber, W e stern s p e c ie s .....................................
B oa rd s-lu m b e r less th a n 2 inch nom inal t h ic k n e s s ....................
D ouglas F i r .............................................................................................
O th e r b o a r d s ......
P on d ero sa Pine .
No. 3 b o a r d s .......
O th e r b o a r d s ..........................................................................................
R e dw oo d and W e stern Red C e da r ..............................................
O th e r b oards, W e stern d re ssed s o ftw o o d .................................
L um ber 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 tandard and b e t t e r .......................................................................
O the r 2 inch D ouglas Fir lu m b e r ...............................................
P onderosa P in e ................................................................................

See footnotes at end of table.




39

Feb. 1990

-0 .9
.1
-6 .0
3.0
-.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to M ar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

S aw m ills a nd p laning m ills— C ontin u ed
W h ite F i r ........................................................................................................
S ta n da rd a nd b e t t e r ..................................................................................
O th e r 2 in ch 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 in ch W e stern H e m lo ck lu m b er ................................................
R e dw oo d 2 in ch lu m b e r ..............................................................................
L odgepole, Sugar, and W e stern (Idaho) W hite Pine 2 inch
lu m b e r .........................................................................................................
O th e r W estern 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 the r W e stern s o ftw o o d tim b e r s .............................................................
W ood 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 mill p ro d u c ts .....
S o ftw o o d f lo o r in g ........................................................................................................
W o o d s id in g ...................................................................................................................
R ailw ay c ro sstie s and m ine t i e s ...........................................................................
O th e r sa w m ill p r o d u c t s ............................................................................................
C o n tra c t o r c u sto m w o r k .............................................................................................
C o n tra ct drying, plan in g , resa w in g o r o th e r m a n ufa ctu rin g o f lu m b er
o w ne d by o t h e r s .................................................................................................
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 d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

242 1-42 2 4
2421-42241
2 42 1-42 2 49
242 1-42 2 5
2421-42251
2 4 2 1-42 2 59
2 421-4226

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

115.1
113.0
119.1
98.4
88.0
112.8
97.6

122.5
121.1
125.2
100.8
92.8
111.8
106.3

123.4
121.9
126.3
100.8
93.4
111.0
113.9

2.1
2.4
1.5
1.5
3.0
-.2
16.2

0.7
.7
.9
0
.6
-.7
7.1

2 421-4228
2 421-4229
2421-423
2421-4231
2421-4239
2421-5
2421-577
2421-578
2421-7
2421-751
242 1-8
2421-811
2 42 1-81 3
2 42 1-81 7
242 1-89 7
242 1-9

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

103.4
118.7
140.4
126.3
151.9
97.2
111.0
78.5
107.0
104.0
113.1
117.3
117.3
110.5
110.2
123.8

101.0
119.1
141.3
129.8
150.4
95.5
108.6
77.5
108.9
105.8
113.1

104.7
119.9
143.9
133.5
152.2
93.8
107.3
75.6
112.2
109.0
113.9

-3 .5
3.4
24.3
15.6
32.0
2.2
2.3
2.0
-5 .2
-5 .3
1.0

3.7
.7
1.8
2.9
1.2
-1 .8
-1 .2
-2 .5
3.0
3.0
.7

(3)
117.0
110.5
110.8
123.8

(3)
119.9
110.5
110.7
123.8

(3)
2.7
0
-.4
2.8

(3)
2.5
0
-.1
0

2421-951
2 4 2 1 -SM
2 4 2 1 -S

1 2 /8 6

105.3

105.3

105.3

2.7

0

1 2 /8 0

114.1

106.9

110.7

8.5

3.6

2426-P
2426-1

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

114.5
114.0
103.2

116.2
1 16.0
103.8

116.4
116.2
105.5

5.3
6.2
3.0

.2
.2
1.6

2 42 6-11 9
2426-141
2 42 6-19 8

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

120.1
90.6
104.3

121.9
88.2
104.8

123.3
87.7
105.2

5.2
-4 .6
3.3

1.1
-.6
.4

242 6-2
2426-223
2426-22311
2426-22313
2426-227

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

117.2
104.4
106.0
104.3
111.5

120.0
104.4
106.0

8.6
-1 .4
1.2
-1 .5
-1 .0

0
.0
0

(3)
110.8

120.0
104.4
106.0
104.3
110.8

(3)
0

2426-229
2426-6
2426-611
2426-SM

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

133.1
117.3
117.3

140.7
117.8
117.8

140.7
116.8
116.8

23.6
.8
.8

0
- .8
-.8

2429-P
2429-111
2429-11101
2429-11103

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

150.4
151.0
152.7
150.2
153.7

146.8
146.8
147.6
143.3
149.2

147.5
147.6
148.5
142.7
150.7

-2 .0
-2 .7
-3 .3
-9 .3
-1.1

.5
.5
.6
-.4
1.0

H a rd w o od d im e nsion a nd f lo o r in g ........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H a rd w o od f lo o r in g ..........................................................................................................
O a k sp e cia lty flo oring , b lock, parquetry, plank, o a k face d , backe d
p lyw o od a nd o th e r o a k ....................................................................................
G lu ed la m in a te d tru c k tra ile r flo o rin g a nd ra ilroa d ca r d eckin g ...............
O th e r h a rdw o o d f lo o r in g ..........................................................................................
H a rd w o od dim . sto ck, furn. parts, and ve h icle stock, h a rdw o o d dim .
incl. glu-lam , excl. p ly w o o d .................................................................................
Kiln dried, rough o r su rface d , d im 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 ifabricated d im e nsion s t o c k ...........................................................................
C om p le te ly fab ricate d ready fo r assem bly, including furnitu re parts,
e xcep t fra m e s .....................................................................................................
W o o d fram es 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 ...................................................

242 6

S pecial p ro d u ct saw m ills, n .e .c...............................................................................................
P rim 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) ..........................

2429

M illw ork, veneer, plyw ood, and structural w o od m em bers ........................................

243

1 2 /8 4

118.4

115.3

115.7

3.1

.3

2431
2 43 1 -P
2431-1
243 1-13 3
2 43 1-13 7
2431-141
243 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

118.9
118.0
121.2
126.6
120.3
111.1
101.6

119.8
119.0
121.5
127.0
120.8
111.2
101.6

120.1
119.5
121.7
127.4
120.8
111.2
101.1

.8
.7
3.7
4.6
2.9
5.2
-3 .2

.3
.4
.2
.3
0
0
-.5

243 1-2
243 1-21 5
2431-3
2 43 1-31 5

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

123.2
118.6
98.8
99.3

124.0
119.5
100.2
101.4

124.0
119.5
101.0
102.7

1.9
.6
-6 .2
-9 .0

0
0
.8
1.3

2431-4
2431-41
2431-411
2431-413
2431-419
2431-43
2431-431
2431-433
2431-435
2431-44

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

120.1
109.2
135.2
116.3
130.7
106.3
102.3
113.5
106.5
110.7

120.0
110.1
135.2
117.7
133.9
106.8

118.7
110.1
135.2
117.7
133.9
106.9

1.8
4.8
6.9
1.0
5.3
4.4

-1.1
0
0
0
0
.1

(3)
113.8
106.3
108.9

(3)
113.9
106.5
105.0

(3)
5.1
3.1
-4 .0

(3)
.1
.2
-3 .6

P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W o o d w in d o w 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 o th e r, in clu din g sin gle hung a nd s k y lig h ts ..................................................
W o o d sash, in cl. com b, scre e n a nd storm sash, and w in d o w scre e ns,
excl. w in d o w u n it s ..................................................................................................
W o o d sash; g la z e d ....................................................................................................
W o o d w in d o w and d o o r fra m e s and d o o r fra m e s sh ipp e d in d o o r units ..
D o or fr a m e s ..................................................................................................................
W o o d d oo rs, int. and e xt., incl. th o se sh ipp e d w ith glaze d s e ctio n s and
in d o o r u n it s .............................................................................................................
Panel type d oors, inclu din g Fre n ch d o o r s ........................................................
D ouglas f i r .................................................................................................................
W e stern p in e s ..........................................................................................................
O th e r sp ecie s ..........................................................................................................
Flush type doors, h ollow c o r e ................................................................................
S oftw o od f a c e s ........................................................................................................
H a rdw ood faces, including lauan, birch, oak, e tc ........................................
H ardboard f a c e s .....................................................................................................
Flush type doors, solid c o r e ...................................................................................

See footnotes at end of table.




40

..

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Index
base
Nov.
198 9 2

M illw o rk— C o ntin u ed
H a rd w o od fa ce s, including lauan, birch, oak, e tc ........................................
S olid c o m p o sitio n co re ....................................................................................
N o n -h a rd w o o d f a c e s .............................................................................................
S oftw o od and o th e r f a c e s ........... ..................................................................
O the r w o od doors, incl. garage, screen, storm , co m bination, and louvre .
G arage doors, w o o d ..................................................................................................
S cre en d oo rs and co m b ina tio n screen and storm doors, w o o d ..............
B i-fo ld doo rs, w o o d ...................................................................................................
S liding p atio doo rs, w o od .......................................................................................
O th e r w o o d doo rs, incl. storm , ca bin e t, toilet, grain, e tc ..............................
W o o d m o ld in gs (standard) e xce p t p re finish e d m o ld in gs m ade fro m
p urcha sed m o ld in g s ..............................................................................................
S oftw o od m o ld in g s ....................................................................................................
P in e .......... ...............................................................................................................
O th e r s o ftw o o d sp e cie s ......................................................................................
H a rdw ood, in clu din g la uan .....................................................................................
O th e r m illw o rk p ro d u cts in clu din g sta irw o rk and e xte rio r m illw o rk ..............
S ta irw ork, in clu din g tre ad s, risers, b alusters, bra ckets, crooks,
new els, rails, e tc ...................................................................................................
S o ftw o o d ...................................................................................................................
H a rd w o o d ....................................... ..........................................................................
E xterior w o od b lin ds and shutters, w ith o r w ith o u t h a r d w a re ....................
E xterior m illw ork, including p orch colum 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 for
arch, o r furn. d e c o ra tio n s ...............................................................................
O the r m illw o rk products, n.e.c., including in terior m illw o r k ........................
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 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 ......................................................................................
M e tal doo rs, sash, and trim .................................. ................................................

Mar.
1 9902

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2 4 3 1-44 A
2 431-445
243 1 -44B
2431-448
2431-5
2431-561
243 1-57 5
2 43 1-58 4
2 431-585
2 431-598

107.6
119.1

102.9

-5 .9

(3)

(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 :

122.4
121.2
123.8
106.2
120.4
118.2
118.9

123.6
121.8
123.8
106.2
121.3
120.5
119.0

123.6
121.8
123.8
106.2
121.3
120.5
118.9

4.5
2.9
4.0
4.4
3.7
2.4
1.8

0
0
0
0
0
0
-.1

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

109.0
96.0
106.1
109.6
129.0
129.5

111.9
99.1
108.4
128.1
129.0
131.1

115.4
102.1
111.9
128.1
133.8
131.7

-6 .2
-7 .9
-9 .0
6.8
4.0
3.0

3.1
3.0
3.2
0
3.7
.5

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

102.9
124.8
124.2
112.4

103.0
125.0
124.2
113.5

103.0
125.0
124.2
119.5

1.2
1.4
1.1
8.8

0
0
0
5.3

2431-835

0 8 /8 3

131.1

131.1

131.1

4.5

0

2431-875
2431-898
2 43 1 -SM
243 1 -M
2 4 3 1 -Z89
2 4 3 1 -S
2 4 3 1 -SSS
3442-S

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

150.5
138.1

153.2
140.3

(3)
140.3

(3)
4.8

(3)
0

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

130.9
132.0
119.2
123.4
106.3

131.9
133.1
119.2
123.4
106.3

131.9
133.1
119.2
123.4
106.5

4.1
4.7
.8
1.0
-.1

0
0
0
0
.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

117.8
117.7
117.1
117.3
116.3
117.1
118.0
114.5
122.3
120.1
125.1

118.6
118.6
118.5
118.4
118.8
117.3
118.2
114.5
123.4
121.5
125.7

118.6
118.6
118.1
118.0
118.6
117.4
118.3
114.5
124.1
121.5
127.1

3.1
3.1
2.2
2.0
3.1
2.4
2.7
1.7
10.3
9.1
11.6

0
0
-.3
-.3
-.2
.1
.1
0
.6
0
1.1

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

118.9
129.8

119.6
131.4

119.6

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

110.6
112.8
112.1
111.9
104.5
115.5
109.7
114.4
101.1

111.3
113.5
111.9
111.7
103.1
113.0
113.1
119.4
103.8

111.7
114.0
111.9
111.7
104.0
114.5
113.8
119.5
105.5

3.5
3.6
4.7
4.7
.7
-.1
6.5
7.5
8.5

.4
.4
0
0
.9
1.3
.6
.1
1.6

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

118.7
118.1
133.8
119.9
121.5
116.0
112.2

104.7
101.3
121.2
114.8
94.5
101.3
95.0

105.3
101.1
124.5
111.9
95.4
101.4
95.7

6.5
5.1
1.5
10.0
11.8
13.0
18.4

.6
-.2
2.7
-2 .5
1.0
.1
.7

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

110.2
122.6
104.6
126.5
126.4
119.1
106.3
105.3
99.5
100.1
114.6
134.3
117.5

103.1
117.3
90.2
90.0
89.6
84.0
108.9
108.5
105.1
103.9
110.5
125.5
123.3

100.8
116.4
91.1
91.4
90.7
87.2
107.2
106.5
103.5
102.3
112.0
131.1
126.6

10.5
-4 .5
13.9
10.8
10.2
14.9
-8 .5
-1 0 .0
-1 2 .4
-1 0 .7
8.2
16.7
5.0

-2 .2
-.8
1.0
1.6
1.2
3.8
-1 .6
-1 .8
-1 .5
-1 .5
1.4
4.5
2.7

2434

2435

S o ftw o o d p ly w o o d .......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................. ...............................................................................................
S p e cia lty so ftw o o d plyw o od ......................................................................................
S o ftw o o d v e n e e r ............................................................................................................
S o ftw o o d plyw o od s h e a th in g .....................................................................................
W e stern, inland a nd o th e r n o n -so uth ern s o ftw o o d p lyw o od sh ea thin g .
C D X .............................................................................................................................
U n d e rla y e rm e n t......................................................................................................
In te r io r ....................................................................................................................
All o th e r s h e a th in g ................................................................................................
In te r io r ..................................................................................................... ..............
S o u the rn s o ftw o o d plyw o od s h e a th in g ..............................................................
C D X .............................................................................................................................
S heathing, 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-southern sanded 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 s o ftw o o d p ly w o o d ...................................................................
I n te r io r .........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

110.1
123.5

2431-82
2431-821
2431-825
2431-831

H a rd w o od v e n e e r and p lyw ood ............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ardw ood p /w o o d .........................................................................................................
V en e er co re -type II, m oisture r e s is ta n t..............................................................
H ardw ood plyw ood type p ro d u c ts ........................................................................ .
H a rd w o od ve n e e r p a n e ls ......... ...............................................................................
H a rd w o od veneer, n o t re in fo rce d o r b a c k e d .......................................................
O a k ..................................................................................................................................
O the r h a r d w o o d s .......................................................................................................

0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3

2431-6
2431-62
2431-621
2 431-622
2431-651
2431-8

W o o d kitch e n c a b in e ts .............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
W o o d kitch en c a b in e ts and ca bin e tw ork, sto c k l i n e ........................................
W o o d ..............................................................................................................................
P la stic la m in a te d ....................................................................................................
W o o d kitch en c a b in e ts a nd ca b in e tw ork, cu sto m .............................................
W o o d ..............................................................................................................................
P lastic 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 ck l i n e ......................................................................................................................
C u s t o 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 ........ ..........................................
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 ......................................................................................

2436

2434-P
2434-1
2434-111
2434-113
2434-2
243 4-21 2
243 4-21 4
2434-3
243 4-31 6
243 4-31 8
2434-SM
2434-S
2434-SS S

2435-P
2435-1
2435-102
2435-3
2435-331
2435-4
2435-419
2 43 5-42 9

2 4 3 6 -P
2436-3
2436-4
2436-5
2436-511
2436-5111
2436-5112
2 436-51126
2436-5113
2 43 6-51 1 32
2436-522
2436-52231
2436-52232
2436-6
2436-611
2436-61121
243 6-61 1 22
2 436-622
2 436-62201
2 436-S

See footnotes at end of table.




o cr

P roduct
co de

C Tl
D
C C
D D

Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

41

(3)

3.7
(3)

-4 .4
(3)

0
(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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
Nov.
19892

Feb.
199 0 2

Mar.
19902

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

115.2
114.6
105.6
115.7
122.9
123.6
121.3

115.5
114.9
107.1
115.6
123.8
121.5
128.3

116.1
115.6
110.1
115.8
123.9
121.5
128.5

4.4
4.6
2.7
5.4
3.1
.4
8.3

0.5
.6
2.8
.2
.1
0
.2

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

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 .......................................................
F lo o r t r u s s e s ............................................................................................................
O th e r fa b rica te d stru ctu ra l w o o d pro du cts, e xce p t flo o r tru sse s ........

2439

W o o d c o n t a i n e r .........................................................................................................................

244

0 6 /8 5

111.7

112.3

112.3

5.5

0

N ailed w o o d b oxe s a nd s h o o k ..............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N ailed or lo ck -c o rn e r w o o d e n b o x e s ......................................................................
M ade fro m lum ber fo r industrial and o th e r u s e s ............................................
M ade fro m v e ne er and plyw ood fo r fruits, ve getables, and industrial
and 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 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 ......................................................................................................

2441

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

109.2
110.0
107.1
109.4

109.5
110.1
107.4
109.3

109.5
110.3
107.8
109.3

.6
.3
3.1
2.5

0
.2
.4
0

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

111.3
112.1
104.6

113.7

116.2
112.1

10.0
-1 .8

2.2

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 5

104.7

106.1

104.8

2.9

-1 .2

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 iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2448

W o o d containers, n .e .c..............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W irebound b oxe s m ade fro m lum ber, veneer, and p ly w o o d .........................
M ade fro m lu m b e r .....................................................................................................
M ade fro m ve n e e r and p ly w o o d ...........................................................................
For 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 oxes and cra te s ...........................
C o nta in ers in cl. pails, drum s, tubs, fru it and ve g e ta b le baske ts, and
ham pe rs, e tc ..........................................................................................................
S la ck and tig h t c o o p e r a g e ..........................................................................................
T ig h t co op erag e (h og she a ds, barrels, & ke gs fo r b o u rb on and o th e r
w hiske y) .................................................................................................................
N e w .............................................................................................................................

2449

2439-P
2439-131
2439-151
243 9-19 8
2 4 3 9 -19 8 15
2 4 3 9 -19 8 25

2 4 4 1 -P
2441-1
2441-151
2441-165
2441-2
2441-215
2 44 1 -SM
2441 -S

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

2448-P
2448-162
2448-165
2448-SM
2448-S

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

112.4
109.6
109.3
109.4

112.7
110.2
109.6
111.3

112.7
110.1
109.6
110.7

7.2
4.9
6.0
1.4

0
-.1
0
-.5

0 6 /8 5

126.8

126.2

126.7

20.1

.4

2449-P
2449-1
2449-111
2 44 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

114.7
115.4
108.6
108.7
108.6
107.5
116.7

116.2
117.0
109.1
108.7
109.3
108.0
121.1

116.2
117.0
109.1
108.7
109.3
108.0
121.1

7.1
8.0
2.8
1.7
3.4
.9
7.0

0
0
.0
0
0
0
0

2 44 9-31 2
244 9-5

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

116.7
131.8

121.1
135.1

121.1
135.1

7.0
21.3

0
0

244 9-51 3
2 449-51311

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

132.5
132.5

136.0
136.0

136.0
136.0

22.5
22.5

0
0

W o o d b uildin g s a nd m o b ile h o m e s .....................................................................................

245

1 2 /8 4

113.5

114.1

114.0

2.9

-.1

M o b ile h o m e s ...............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M o b ile hom es, resid en tia l ...........................................................................................
S ingle s e c tio n ...............................................................................................................
W idth: 14’ a nd o ve r ..............................................................................................
Length: 5 9 ’ and u n d e r ......................................................................................
Length: g re ate r than 6 9 ’ to 7 4 ’ .....................................................................
Length: g re ate r than 7 4 ’ ..................................................................................
M u lti-se ctio n .................................................................................................................
D o u b le w id e ................................................................................................................
2 4 ’ single story d o u b le w id e ............................................................................
Length: 4 9 ’ and u n d e r ..................................................................................
Length: gre ate r than 4 9 ’ to 5 9 ’ ................................................................
Length: g re ate r than 5 9 ’ to 6 9 ’ ............... .................................................
O th e r d o u b le w id e ................................................................................................

2451
24 5 1 -P
2451-1
2451-13
245 1-13 4 4
2451-13441
2451-13444
2 451-13445
2 451-14
2451-141
2451-1411
2451-14111
2 451-14112
2451-14113
2451-1412

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

120.7
120.6
121.1
120.1
129.6
108.6
133.8
124.0
125.3
125.3
126.3
135.0
127.6
121.9
111.4

121.1
121.0
121.3
120.3
129.8
108.6
133.8
124.0
125.5
125.5
126.4
135.0
128.1

121.1
121.0
121.3
120.3
129.8
108.6
133.8
124.0
125.5
125.5
126.4
135.0
128.1

3.7
3.6
3.9
3.9
3.8
1.7
4.2
1.7
3.9
3.9
3.9
4.9
5.5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
111.5

(3)
111.5

(3)
3.7

(3)
0

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 .................................................................................................................
C o m p on e nts n ot so ld as c o m p lete u n it s ..............................................................
R e sidential (hom es, tow nhouses, and a p a rtm e n ts )......................................
P recut packa ge s sold as co m p le te u n it s ..............................................................
R e sidential (hom es, tow nhouses, and a p a rtm e n ts )......................................
N onresidential, including m o tels and h ote ls ....................................................
Panelized buildings sold as c o m p lete u n it s ..........................................................
R e s id e n tia l....................................................................................................................
Single fam ily, including to w n h o u s e s ...............................................................
M u ltifa m ily ..................................................................................................................
N o nresidential, including m o tels and h ote ls ....................................................
M odular buildings shipped w ith flo ors and w alls, and usually ce ilin gs

2452
2452-P
2452-1
2452-173
2452-2
2452-221
2452-223
2452-3
2452-334
2452-33433
2 452-33435
2452-337

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
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

111.6
112.1

112.6
113.1
102.0
102.0
111.7
116.0
100.2
118.0
118.5
119.4
113.2
103.3

112.1
112.7
101.8
101.8
108.0
109.3
100.2
118.9
119.6
119.9
116.4
103.3

.7
.8

(3)
1.5
1.6
1.4
2.0
1.3

-.4
-.4
-.2
-.2
-3 .3
-5 .8
0
.8
.9
.4
2.8
0

2452-4
2452-444
2452-447
2452-SM

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

109.3
111.2
104.4

109.5
111.3

110.4
111.8

1.3
1.0

.8
.4

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

1 2 /8 4

114.9

115.0

115.0

and r o o f s ...................................................................................................................
R esidential ....................................................................................................................
N onresidential, including m o tels and h otels ....................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s w ood p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................

249

See footnotes at end of table.




42

(3)
(3)
110.5
113.9
(3)
117.2
117.8
118.6
113.2
102.7

(3)
(3)
-1 .8
-4 .0

(3)
(3)
3.0

(3)
(3)
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
perce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co d e

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

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

110.3
108.7
110.9
101.5
112.8
107.9
113.1
99.4
117.7
105.1

110.4
110.7
114.5
101.5
117.2
109.1
112.9
102.3
116.9
105.7

110.4
110.7
114.5
101.5
117.2
109.1
112.7
102.5
117.0
105.7

3.5
3.3
5.2
1.0
6.1
2.4
1.8
2.5
1.3
.6

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

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

116.2
147.1

93.2
145.9

93.2
145.9

2.9
11.0

0
0

2492-P
2492-1
2492-103
2492-105
2492-107
2492-112
2492-11211
2492-11213
2 49 2-11 2 17
249 2-11 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

131.9
131.9
132.6
179.0
123.3
125.7
116.3
109.3
129.3
119.5
117.4

128.9
128.9
129.8

3.1
3.1
3.0
10.7
2.5
-7 .0
- .6
-.9
-3 .3
.8
4.8

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

(3)
(3)
118.6
113.1
107.5
120.7
116.8
117.2

127.3
127.3
127.9
168.7
123.0
114.9
113.3
107.4
118.6
118.2
117.5

2499-P
2499-1
2499-111
2499-11111
2499-121
2499-12131
2499-131

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

115.4
114.3
129.1
120.6
122.3
138.0
135.9
145.6

115.8
114.6
130.4
120.6
122.3
144.1
148.0

116.0
114.6
131.5
122.5
124.3
144.1
148.0

2.7
2.6
7.5
6.6
6.5
5.3
10.7

.2
0
.8
1.6
1.6
0
0

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

2499-6
2499-611
2499-61111
2499-623
2499-643
2499-7
2499-711
2 49 9-71 1 03
2499-9
249 9-91 5
249 9-91 9
2499-951
2499-95151
2 49 9-95 1 53
2499-957
2 499-962
2499-966
2499-985

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

96.9
96.4
99.6
99.8
97.6
91.7
91.7
89.9
118.4
121.7
107.0
105.8
102.6
114.1
120.4
121.2
142.2
116.1

96.7
96.3
99.3
99.7
97.1
91.2
91.0
88.7
118.7
122.5

95.1

-5 .0

-1 .7

(3)
(3)
100.0
97.1
90.9

(3)
(3)
-.8
-.9
1.9

(3)
(3)
.3
0
-.3

(3)
(3)
2.9
3.8
2.5
3.2
2.0
6.0
.1
4.0
4.2
.1

(3)
(3)
.3
.1

(3)
116.1

(3)
(3)
119.0
122.6
109.7
106.0
102.6
114.7
120.9
122.2
147.6
116.1

2499-998
2499-SM
2499-M
2 499-Z 89
2499-S
2499-SS S

0 6 /8 4

118.2

118.9

119.5

4.3

.5

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

143.6
143.6
116.4
115.6

146.1
146.1
117.9
117.2

146.1
146.1
119.8
119.3

1.7
1.7
5.8
4.4

0
0
1.6
1.8
.1

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

W o o d p re s e rv in g ............................................................................................. ...........................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W o o d poles, piles, and p osts o w ne d and tre a te d by sam e e sta b lish m e n t
N o t o ve r 15 fe e t in le n g t h ......................................................................................
O ver 15 fe e t in le n g t h ..............................................................................................
O th e r w o o d p ro d u cts o w ne d a nd tre ate d by sam e e sta b lish m e n t .............
R ailw a y cro sstie s a nd m ine t i e s ...........................................................................
L um be r and w o od siding, rough a nd w o rk e d ...................................................
O th e r w o od tre a te d p ro d u c ts ................................................................................
C o ntract w o od p re s e rv in g .......................................................................................
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 ................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2491

P a rtic le b o a rd .................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P articleboard, p late n-type (m at fo r m e d ) ................................................................
F lo o r u n d e rla y m e n t....................................................................................................
M obile hom e d e c k in g ...............................................................................................
S h e lv in g ..........................................................................................................................
O th e r industrial b o a r d ...............................................................................................
3 /4 -in c h t h i c k ...........................................................................................................
5 /8 -in c h t h i c k ...........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r th ic k n e s s e s ...........................................................................................
O th e r plate n-type , inclu din g step p ing , siding, e tc ............................................

2492

W o o d pro du cts, n .e .c..................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M irro r and p icture f r a m e s ............................................................................................
F r a m e s ...........................................................................................................................
W o o d fra m e s ...........................................................................................................
F inished m o ld in gs fo r m irrors and p ic tu r e s ......................................................
W ood m o ld in g ..........................................................................................................
F ram ed p ic tu r e s ..........................................................................................................
Fabricated hardboard p ro du cts fro m hardboard m ade a t the
e s ta b lis h m e n t...........................................................................................................
P refinished paneling, e xcep t lam inated and tiled w a llb o a r d ......................
P refinished e xte rior s id in g ...................................................................................
D im ension and parts, including cu t to size and m olded p r o d u c ts ..........
P anel stock; p an els a nd siding n o t fa ce fin is h e d ...........................................
M edium d e n sity fib e r b o a r d ..........................................................................................
U n coa ted p a n e l...........................................................................................................
U n coa ted stan d ard size p a n e l...........................................................................
M iscellan eo u s w o od p ro du cts, n .e .c.........................................................................
H o use h old type u te n sils o f w o od a nd w o o d p arts the re o f, n .e .c ..............
T o o th picks, skew ers, ca n d y sticks, a nd sim ila r sm a ll w a r e s .....................
H a nd too l h a n d le s ........................................................................................................
S triking to o l h a n dles (axe, pick, etc.) .............................................................
Lifting a nd pulling to o l h a n dles (rake, spade, e tc.) ...................................
B room , m op, a nd p ain t brush h a n dles ..............................................................
D ow els and d ow e l p in s ............................................................................................
W o oden tools, too l bodies, and b acks fo r broom s, m ops, and brushes
W o o de n reels fo r w ire and c a b le .........................................................................
Misc. w ooden goods, including w o od turnings, excep t h andles and
s p o o ls .....................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous 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 ......................................................................................

2499

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

25

1 2 /8 4

117.0

118.0

118.1

3.2

H o usehold furniture ...................................................................................................................

251

1 2 /8 4

115.5

116.1

116.1

2.8

0

W o o d h ousehold furniture, e xcep t u p h o ls te re d ..............................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W ood living room , library, fam ily room and den fu r n itu r e ...............................
C a bine ts, e xce p t se w in g m a ch ine c a b in e ts .....................................................
Chairs, e xcep t dining room (including rockers) ..............................................
Tables, e xcep t card and te lep ho n e ta b le s ....................................... ................
Desks ...............................................................................................................................
C redenzas, b oo kcases, and b o o k s h e lv e s ........................................................
O the r non up h olste re d living room fu r n itu re ......................................................
W ood dining room and kitch en furniture, e xcep t c a b in e ts .............................
Tables, dining room , 30 x 40 in ches and g r e a t e r .........................................
Chairs, d ining r o o m ....................................................................................................
B u ffe ts and servers, d ining room .........................................................................
C hina and c o rn e r ca bin e ts, dining room ...........................................................
O th e r d ining ro o m and kitch en f u r n itu re ............................................................

2511

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

156.3
156.6
158.2

157.0
157.6
158.9
155.4
171.1
159.0
155.1
161.9
149.2
169.2
163.9
177.6
173.6
155.4
147.6

156.9
157.4
159.3
158.5
169.2
159.5
155.1
161.5
149.2
169.3
163.8
177.6
173.6
156.3
147.6

3.6

-.1
-.1

2 4 9 1 -P
2491-2
2491-211
2 491-213
2491-3
2491-311
2 491-313
2491-319
2491-911
249 1 -SM
2 4 9 1 -M
2491-S

2 5 1 1-P
251 1-2
2511-219
2511-231
2511-241
2511-251
2511-271
2 511-298
2511-3
2511-311
2511-331
2511-351
2511-371
251 1-39 8

See footnotes at end of table.




43

(3)
163.9
159.3
152.0
160.9
148.9
168.9
163.3
177.3
173.6
156.0
145.9

(3)
106.0
102.6
114.7
120.9
122.2

3.3

(3)
(3)
-3.1
.2
-.1
-1 .7
1.2
.3

(3)
0
0
0
0
0
(3)
0

3.2

.3

(3)
3.5
3.0
5.0
.7
2.3
3.9
4.6
3.5
4.1
4.3
3.4

2.0
-1.1
.3
0
-.2
0
.1
-.1
0
0
.6
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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

W o o d h o u seh o ld furniture, e xce p t u p h o lste re d — C ontin u ed
W o o d b ed ro om furnitu re .............................................................................................
Beds, h ea db o ards a nd f o o tb o a r d s ......................................................................
Beds, e xcep t b unk b eds ......................................................................................
H e a d b oa rd s a nd h ea db o ard se ts .................. .................................................
Bunk b e d s .................................................................................................................
D ressers, v a nitie s and d re ssing t a b le s ..............................................................
W a rd ro be s and w a rd ro be -typ e c a b in e ts ............................................................
C h ests o f d ra w e r s .......................................................................................................
N ig h t ta b le s and s t a n d s ...........................................................................................
O th e r n o n u p h o lste re d b e d ro o m f u r n itu r e .............................................. ...........
In fa n ts ’ a nd ch ild re n ’s w o o d f u r n itu r e ....................................................................
Cribs, in clu din g s p rin gs so ld as p art o f th e c r i b .............................................
M iscellan eo u s in fa n ts ’ and c h ild re n ’s fu r n itu re ...............................................
U npainted, unassem bled, kn ock-do w n , and o utd o o r fu r n itu r e ......................
U nasse m b le d, kn o ck-do w n , and o u td o o r f u r n itu re ........................................
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 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 ......................................................................................
U p ho lste re d w o od hou seh o ld fu r n itu r e .................. ...........................................
U p ho lste re d w o od hou seh o ld f u r n itu r e ..............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
U p ho lste re d w o od h ousehold furnitu re ..................................................................
Sofas, d ave nports, se ttees, and lo v e s e a ts ......................................................
C hiefly c o tt o n ...........................................................................................................
C hiefly r a y o n ............................................................................................................
C hiefly o lefin ............................................................................................................
C hiefly nylon ............................................................................................................
C hiefly p o ly e s te r .....................................................................................................
O the r fib ers and blends, including c o ate d fab ric and v i n y l ....................
Chairs, e xcep t re clining and r o c k e r s ...................................................................
C h iefly c o tt o n ...........................................................................................................
C hiefly r a y o n ............................................................................................................
C hiefly o lefin ............................................................................................................
O th e r fib e rs a nd blen d s, in clu din g co a te d fa b ric a nd v i n y l ....................
S e ctio n a l so fa p ie ce s ................................................................. ..............................
R o ckers, in clu din g s w iv e l.........................................................................................
R eclin in g c h a ir s ...........................................................................................................
O th e r u p h o lste re d w o o d h ou seh o ld fu rnitu re ( o tto m a n s, h assocks,

2 511-5
2511-5A
2511-511
2511-513
2511-515
2511-521
251 1-53 3
2 51 1-53 5
2511-561
2 51 1-59 8
2 511-6
2511-611
2 511-698
2511-7
2511-751
2511-S M
2 5 1 1-M
2 5 1 1-Z89
2 5 1 1-S
2 5 1 1-SSS
2 51 2-S
2512
2 51 2-P
2512-1
2512-112
2 51 2-11232
2512-11233
2 512-11234
2 512-11235
2 51 2-11236
2512-11237
2512-132
2 51 2-13242
2 512-13243
2 5 1 2 -13 2 44
2 5 1 2-13 2 45
2512-141
2 51 2-14 5
2 51 2-15 4

152.6
152.3
151.8
152.4
153.3
154.0
149.4
151.7
160.3
151.5
136.0
142.1
129.6
135.3
100.6

153.7
153.5
154.0
152.7
154.0
154.8
149.4
152.9
161.3
153.7
141.0

153.1
153.2
153.8
152.2
154.0
155.2
149.4
153.0
161.6
148.6
140.4
148.6
131.9

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

140.2
140.3
162.6
154.2

137.0
137.0
163.4
155.3

(3)

136.8
136.8
162.5
153.9
176.8

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

120.5
121.5
121.5
122.4
125.2
135.8
122.5
115.8
114.5
117.7
120.6
119.1
123.8
115.8
125.6
108.3
99.3
123.0

120.9
122.0
122.0
123.0
125.6
136.1
123.4
115.5
114.7
119.1
120.4
119.9
124.3
113.0
126.0
111.4
99.3
123.3

120.9
121.9
121.9
122.9
125.9
136.0
122.7
115.5
114.7
118.8
120.4
119.8
124.3
113.2
126.0
111.3
99.3
123.3

2.2
2.2
2.2
2.1
3.2
1.7
2.0
.9
1.7
1.9
2.0
3.0
2.9
- .7
2.7
5.6
-.4
2.2

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

2.0

0

(3)
132.2
135.3
100.6

(3)
(3)

(3)

3.5
3.7
3.5
4.7
.5
4.7
3.8
3.7
3.8
.5
3.4
4.6
2.2
(3)
(3)
3.6
3.6
8.8
6.4

Feb. 1990

-0 .4
-.2
-.1
-.3
0
.3
0
.1
.2
-3 .3
-.4
(3)
-.2
(3)
(3)
.1
.1
.6
.9

132.6

133.6

133.6

0 6 /8 2

109.5

109.6

109.7

2.1

.1

2 5 1 4-P
2514-1
2514-111
251 4-11 5
2 51 4-11 7
2514-2
2514-251
2514-3
2514-31
2 51 4-31 2
251 4-31 4
2514-32
2 51 4-39 8
2514-4
2 51 4-43 3
2 51 4-43 7
2 51 4-48 9
2 51 4-48 9 22
2 51 4-48 9 33

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 7 /8 4
0 7 /8 4
0 7 /8 4

111.7
112.0
125.2

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
1.7
-1 .2
-1 1 .2
.4
1.2
-1 .8
6.3

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

(3)
121.0

112.5
112.8
126.6
121.9
128.7
126.2
95.0
103.4
112.5
114.5
113.3
120.1
102.4
120.8
104.9
99.5
110.6
109.8
109.8
124.4

2.8
1.6
5.5

(3)
110.6
110.3

112.4
112.6
126.2
121.4
128.7
126.2
95.0
103.4
112.6
114.6
113.5
120.1
102.4
121.2
104.7
99.5
110.6
109.0

0 8 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

(3)
95.3

103.9

104.1
95.3

-.2
-5 .8

(3)

0 6 /8 4

110.1

111.3

111.3

7.4

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

120.2
120.9
121.4
116.8
131.3
119.2
140.7
124.5

120.8
121.7
122.6
117.9
132.2
120.6
138.5
120.8

121.1
122.0
123.2
117.9
133.6
121.1
138.5
120.8

2.9
3.1
3.1
2.4
4.2
2.8

.2
.2
.5
0
1.1
.4
0
0

2 51 4-48 9 44
251 4-49 8
2514-S M
2 5 1 4-S

playp e ns, e tc.) .................................................................................................
O th e r m e tal h ou seh o ld f u r n itu r e ...........................................................................
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 ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
2515

2 5 1 5-P
2515-1
251 5-11 2
2 51 5-11 3
2515-114
2515-2
2 515-215

See footnotes at end of table.




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
0 2 /8 0
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 6 /8 7

Mar. 1989

0 6 /8 2

251 4

M e tal bed fr a m e s ........................................................................................................
In fa n ts ’ a nd ch ild re n ’s m e tal fu rn itu re .............................................................. .
In fa n ts ’ high c h a ir s ......................................... .......................................................
In fa n ts ’ ca r s e a t s ....................................................................................................
O th e r in fa n ts ’ and ch ild re n ’s m etal fu rnitu re (chairs, tab le s,

M a ttre sse s a nd b ed sp rin g s ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ............................................................................................................ ....
Inne rsp rin g m a ttre sse s o th e r th a n crib s i z e ........................................................
Tw in size in ne rsp rin g m a ttre sse s .........................................................................
Q ue e n size in ne rsp rin g m a ttr e s s e s .....................................................................
O th e r size in ne rsp rin g m a ttresse s, e xce p t crib s i z e .....................................
O th e r m a ttresse s, in cluding crib m a ttresse s and m a ttress in serts .............
Foam co re m attresses, o th e r than crib s iz e ....................................................

Mar.
19902

251 2-19 8
2 512-S M
2 5 1 2-S

e t 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 ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
M e tal h ou seh o ld f u r n itu r e ................. ......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M etal h ou seh o ld dining, d in e tte a nd b re a kfa st f u r n itu re .................................
Tu bu la r m e tal se ts (ta b le s a nd c h a ir s ) ....................................................... ......
Tu bu la r m e tal ta b le s (n o t so ld w ith a set) .......................................................
T u bu la r m etal ch airs (n o t so ld in a set) ............................................................
M e tal kitch e n fu r n itu r e ..................................................................................................
S to o ls, p a d de d a nd p la in .........................................................................................
M e tal porch, la wn, o u td o o r a nd ca sua l furnitu re ...............................................
T u bu la r a lum in um ......................................................................................................
C hairs, ro cke rs, ben che s, ch aise lo un g es and se tte e s ...........................
O th e r porch, lawn, o u td o o r and casua l fu r n itu r e .......................................
C a st and w ro u g h t ir o n ..............................................................................................
O the r porch, lawn, o utdoor, and casual furniture, inc. picnic t a b le s ......
O th e r m e tal h o u se h o ld fu rnitu re ..............................................................................
F olding cots, ro lla b le cots, arm y cots, and o th e r m etal b e d s ......... .........

Feb.
19902

44

(3)
123.1
(3)
90.2
96.4
112.3
114.6
113.5
(3)
(3)
121.2
104.8

(3)

;

(3)
4.5
(3)
-4 .8
1.6
2.1
3.7
4.0

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
.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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

M a ttre sse s and b e d sprin gs— C o ntinued
O th e r m a ttresse s, exclud in g innerspring m a ttr e s s e s ....................................
F o u n d a tio n s ......................................................................................................................
Spring fo u n d a tio n s .....................................................................................................
F oam fo u n d a tio n s ......................................................................................................
O the r fou n da tion s, including p la tfo r m ................................................................
Dual purpose sleep fu r n itu re ......................................................................................
C o nve rtib le s o fa s .......................................................................................................
All o th e r dual purpose sleep furniture, including ja ck k n ife so fa beds
& ch air b e d s .........................................................................................................
C onve n tion a l w a ter b e d s .............................................................................................
S o ft sided w a ter b e d s ..............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ............................... ...................
M isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ............................................................................. .........................
W ood household furnitu re ......................................................................................
U pholstered w o od household fu r n itu r e ..............................................................
O the r se condary p r o d u c ts .............................................. ........................................

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2 515-247
2515-3
2515-315
2515-317
2515-319
2515-5
2515-512

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3

100.0
117.1
102.4
100.0
101.1
100.1
119.5

(3)
117.6
102.8
101.3
102.3
101.2
121.0

(3)
117.8
102.9
101.3
102.3
101.2
121.0

(3)
2.8

(3)
0.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1.9

.1

2515-516
2515-8
2515-811
2515-SM
2 51 5-M
2515-Z 89
2 5 1 5-S
2 5 1 1-S
251 2-S
2515-SS S

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

112.3
100.9
100.0

(3)
100.9
100.0

112.3
100.9
100.0

(3)
(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

100.2
100.3
116.3
100.0
120.3
110.7

100.2
100.3
115.0
108.0
120.3
104.9

100.2
100.3
114.9
103.2
120.3
105.7

(3)
(3)
.3
(3)
1.0
-1 .9

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

103.2
102.8
106.1

103.5
103.1
(3)

104.2
103.8
110.5

2.9
3.0
7.7

(3)

1 2 /8 5

108.0

108.0

108.0

.1

0

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

100.3
99.9
100.3

101.0
100.7
101.2

101.0
100.7
101.2

-1 .6
-1 .6
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
(3)
0
0
0
0
-.1
-4 .4
0
.8

W ood TV and radio c a b in e ts ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Sew ing m achine c a b in e ts .......................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2517

H o usehold furniture, n .e .c.........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O the r p lastics and fib ro us g lass furn., exc. c a b in e ts ....................................

2519

O ffice fu r n itu re .............................................................................................................................

252

1 2 /8 4

119.5

122.4

122.3

3.5

-.1

W o o d o ffic e fu r n itu r e .................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S e a tin g ................................................................................................................................
S ecretarial c h a ir s ................................................. .....................................................
G eneral o ffic e and desk chairs (including execu tive o ffic e chairs) ........
S ide and arm c h a ir s .................................................................................................
Lou ng e s e a tin g ............................................................................................................
D esks and e xte n sion s ..................................................................................................
D e s k s ..............................................................................................................................
E xecu tive d e s k s ......................................................................................................
C le rical and se cre ta ria l d e sks ...........................................................................
S to ra g e units, file s and t a b le s ...................................................................................
S to ra g e u n it s ...............................................................................................................
C red en za s .................................................................................................................
B oo kca se s and o th e r storag e u n it s ................................................................
T a b le s .............................................................................................................................
W o rk /c o n fe re n c e ...................................................................................................
All o t h e r .....................................................................................................................
Panel and m odular system s fu r n itu r e .....................................................................
Panel s y s te m s .............................................................................................................
Panel supported s y s te m s ....................................................................................
Panels, less tha n ceiling h e ig h t....................................................................
O the r w ood o ffic e fu r n itu re .....................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2521

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

112.6
112.5
114.6
118.9
117.9
114.1
94.1
115.0
115.8
114.7
117.9
117.3
115.6
112.7
121.3
119.1
119.1
119.1
102.6
102.3
102.3
98.5
132.4

113.1
113.0
115.1
118.9
118.3
114.8
94.1
115.8
116.7
115.4
119.0
118.4
117.1
114.3
122.6
119.5
119.1
120.9
102.6
102.3
102.3
98.2
133.5

112.9
112.8
115.0
118.9
118.3
114.4
94.1
115.8
116.7
115.6
118.7
118.4
117.2
114.9
121.8
119.5
119.1
120.9
101.8
101.5
101.5
97.3
133.5

2.4
2.3
2.3
4.4
4.0
.4
-1 .2
4.3
4.1
3.8
5.0
3.2
4.7
5.3
3.7
1.5
.6
4.4
-.4
-.4
-1 .0
.8

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

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

132.7
132.7
110.0

133.0
133.0
110.4

133.0
133.0
110.5

.2
.2
3.3

0
0
.1

N onw oo d o ffice fu r n itu re ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts
O ffice seating
Chairs ......
Side a nd arm c h a ir s ..............................................................................................
G eneral o ffic e and d esk chairs, e xce p t s e c re ta ria l...................................
O th e r ch airs .............................................................................................................
D esks and e xte n sio n s .................................................................................................
D e s k s ..............................................................................................................................
Filing c a b in e ts a nd c a s e s ............................................................................................
V ertical files, le tte r a nd le g a l...................................................................................
H orizo n ta l o r lateral files, le tte r and le g a l..........................................................
O the r files, inclu din g m otorized, visible, a nd in s u la te d ................................
O th e r n o n w o od o ffice fu r n itu re ..................................................................................
Ta b le s and s t a n d s .....................................................................................................
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 rnitu re ........................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s n on w o od o ffic e furniture, including b o o k c a s e s .................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

2522

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9

163.2
164.8
161.5
110.7
110.8
112.2
155.8
144.8
96.2
166.9
157.2
168.8
105.0
169.0
145.4
115.9
150.0
116.6
177.8

168.2
170.1
164.4
112.2
110.8
112.2
161.7
168.7
112.0
169.4
159.6
169.2
109.2
173.7
149.4
119.3
154.1
120.1
181.1

168.1
170.1
164.5
112.2
110.8
112.6
161.0
164.9
109.5
169.3
159.6
168.9
109.2
174.3
149.4
119.9
148.8
121.0
181.1

3.9
4.1
5.4
5.3
5.2
6.3
3.2
-2 .4
-2 .4
6.4
3.2
11.2
5.0
3.4
4.8
3.1
-1 .0
3.4
4.3

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

2 517-P
2517-121
2517-SM
2 51 7-S

2 519-P
2519-141

2 52 1 -P
2521-1
2521-111
252 1-11 3
2521-114
2521-121
2521-2
2521-22
2521-221
2521-222
2521-4
2521-411
2521-41141
2 521-41143
2 521-433
2521-43355
2521-43359
2521-5
2521-51
2521-512
2521-5123
2521-611
2 521-SM
2 521-M
2 521-Z89
2 52 1 -S

2522-P
2522-1
2522-11
2 522-112
2 522-114
2522 115
2522-2
2 522-224
2 522-3
2522-311
2522-321
2 522-328
2522-4
2522-411
2 522-42
2522-421
2 522-422
2 52 2-49 8
2522-S M

See footnotes at end of table.




45

- .4

.7
.7

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Product
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

N o nw oo d o ffic e fu rnitu re — C ontin u ed
M isce lla n e o u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
P ublic b uilding and re la ted fu r n itu r e ....................................................................................

253

P ublic building a nd re la ted fu r n itu r e ...................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S ch o o l furniture, e xce p t stone, co ncrete , and library fu r n itu r e .....................
C hairs, all purpose (n o n fo ld in g )............................................................................
S torage c a b in e ts .........................................................................................................
O the r sch oo l furniture designed sp ecifica lly fo r use in s c h o o ls ...............
P ublic building a nd re la ted furnitu re , e xce p t sch o o l and r e s ta u r a n t ..........
S ea ts fo r pub lic c o n v e y a n c e s ...............................................................................
C hurch furniture ..........................................................................................................
C hurch p e w s ............................................................................................................
O the r ch urch furniture (pulpits, altars, e t c . ) .................................................
Chairs and seats, excluding seats fo r public conve yan ce s and
s ta d iu m s .................................................................................................................
S tadium and b lea ch er seating, including g ra n d s ta n d s ................................
O th e r public b uilding f u r n itu r e ...............................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

2531

P artitions, shelving, lockers, and o ffic e and store fix tu r e s ..........................................

254

W o o d p artitions and fix tu r e s ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W ood partitions, shelving, and lo ckers ..................................................................
Partitions (prefabricated, assem bled, o r knocke d dow n) ............................
S helving and lo c k e r s .................................................................................................
Plastic lam inated fixture t o p s .....................................................................................
W ood fixtures fo r stores, banks, offices, e tc .........................................................
R etail store fixtures, e xc e p t foo 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 on do 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 sto re fixtu re s .........................................................................................
C a bine ts (flo o r o r w all t y p e s ) .................................................................................
C o un ters and ban k fixtures ....................................................................................
C ounters, e xce p t ban k c o u n t e r s ......................................................................
B ank fixtures, including b ank co un ters ..........................................................
O the r w o od fixtures, including w in d ow backs, telep ho n e booths, etc. ..
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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2541

M etal p artition s and f ix t u r e s ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M etal p artitions (prefabricated, assem bled, o r knocked dow n) ....................
M ovable, e xcep t fre e s ta n d in g ..............................................................................
O th e r partitions, including fre e s ta n d in g ............................................................
M etal shelving and lo ckers .........................................................................................
M etal shelving .............................................................................................................
C o m m ercial shelving fo r factories, stores, e tc .............................................
O the r shelving, including o ffice shelving fo r corre spo n de n ce,
co m p ute r tapes, e tc ........................................................................................
L o c k e rs ...........................................................................................................................
M etal storage racks and a c c e s s o rie s .....................................................................
D rive-in/d rive -th ru and gravity co nve yor p allet storage r a c k s ...................
P ortable stacking racks and fr a m e s ....................................................................
S ta cke 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 ......................................................................
R etail foo d store fixtures .........................................................................................
C abinets (flo o r or w all t y p e ) ...................................................................................
C ounters, e xcep t bank c o u n te r s ...........................................................................
O the r m etal fixtures, including b ank fixtures, b ank counters,
clo thin g racks, 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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2542

M iscellan eo u s furniture and fix tu r e s ....................................................................................

259

2531 -P
2531-1
2 531-136
2531-137
253 1-19 8
2531-2
2531-211
2531-23
2531-231
2531-239
2531-25
2531-261
2531-298
2 53 1 -SM
2 5 3 1-S

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

154.8
152.6
150.4

156.5
154.2
153.4

156.5
154.2
152.9

6.8
6.8
1.7

0
0
-.3

117.4

117.8

118.0

3.5

.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

117.4
116.5
111.3
120.5

117.8
117.1
111.9
117.7

118.0
117.4
112.5
119.2

3.5
3.9
3.2
3.7

.2
.3
.5
1.3

(3)
113.5
118.7
110.4
115.5
115.3
116.4

(3)
114.5
119.2
110.5
118.9
119.5
116.9

(3)
115.1
119.4
111.0
118.9
119.5
116.9

(3)
4.8
4.0
4.3
3.9
4.1
3.2

(3)
.5
.2
.5
0
0
0

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

126.0
135.6
113.1

126.0
135.6
114.0

126.0
135.6
114.0

1.9
-.3
6.4

0
.0
0

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

1 2 /8 4

112.8

113.0

112.9

5.2

-.1

1 2 /8 4

119.1

119.8

119.8

3.1

0

126.6
126.1
113.0
114.0

126.7
126.2
113.0
114.0

3.8
3.5
2.2
4.4

.1
.1
0
0

(3)
126.0
127.6
117.5
111.5

(3)
2.6
4.0
2.1
1.1
2.8
2.3
3.7
6.6
2.8
.8
1.6
0
1.5

(3)
.2
.1
-.1
0

2 54 1 -P
2541-1
2541-111
2541-141
2541-2
2541-3
2 54 1 -33A
2 541-332
2541-333
2541-334
254 1-33 7
2 54 1-33 8
2541-341
2 54 1-36
2541-361
2541-362
2541-398
2 54 1 -SM
2 54 1 -M
2 54 1 -Z89
2 54 1 -S

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

126.1
125.6
112.8
113.5
111.4
125.2
127.2
116.9
111.5
105.3
105.6
146.4
108.3
113.6
120.9
113.5
124.0
111.3

(3)
107.0
147.1
108.3
114.6
121.2
114.0
124.0
111.3

(3)
126.3
127.7
117.4
111.5
105.3
106.7
148.0
108.3
114.9
121.4
114.3
124.0
111.3

0 1 /8 4
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 3

130.9
112.5
129.0

130.9
112.5
129.1

130.9
112.5
129.3

8.3
8.3
2.5

0
0
.2

2542-P
2542-1
2542-117
2542-119
2542-2
2542-23
2542-233

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

121.6
121.7
124.2
131.5
110.4
122.5
122.3
115.3

122.6
122.7
124.3
131.8
110.4
123.0
122.7
115.6

122.5
122.7
124.2
131.8
110.3
122.9
122.6
115.6

2.5
2.9
5.7
11.6
7.9
2.2
2.4
2.2

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

2542-241
2542-251
2542-3
2542-341
2542-345
2542-351
2542-4
2542-46A
2542-463
2542-465
2542-467
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
120.7
118.8
117.1
123.3
121.0
121.2
116.5
125.5

119.8
124.0
120.8

119.4
124.0
120.7

-.3
0
-.1

(3)
118.3
123.3
123.3
122.3
117.1
127.1

118.8
122.2
122.3
123.3
122.4
117.4
127.1

2.2
1.2
1.9
0
7.8
1.7
3.1
.8
-.7
2.1

(3)
3.3
-.8
0
.1
.3
0

(3)
127.6
125.0

(3)
129.6
125.0

(3)
129.4
125.0

(3)
3.6
0

(3)
-.2
0

2542-498
2542-SM
2542-M
2542-S

1 2 /8 3

108.7

111.6

111.5

3.5

-.1

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 3

(3)
126.3

90.8
126.6

90.9
126.6

(3)
4.0

.1
0

1 2 /8 4

118.5

119.0

119.9

4.4

.8

See footnotes at end of table.




Mar.
19902

1 2 /8 4

2522-M
252 2-Z 89
2522-S

Feb.
1 9902

46

(3)
-.3
.6
0
.3
.2
.3
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rcen t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

D rapery hardw a re and blinds and s h a d e s .........................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W in d o w sh ad es and a c c e s s o rie s .............................................................................
W in d o w s h a d e s ...........................................................................................................
P lastic w in d ow sh ad es ........................................................................................
O th e r w in d ow sh ad es including clo th and p a p e r .......................................
V en e tian b lin d s ...............................................................................................................
C o m p le te V enetian blinds, ve rtica l and h o r iz o n ta l.........................................
A lu m in um sla t b lin d s .............................................................................................
A ll o th e r Venetian blin ds inclu din g w o od and p la s t ic ...............................
O th e r sh ad es and b linds n.e.c., curtain and dra pe ry rods, p ole s and
o th e r h ardw a re .......................................................................................................
O th e r sh ad es and blinds, e xce p t ca nva s and o th e r te xtile fa b rics ........
C urtain and d ra pe ry rods, poles, and fixtures fa b rica te d a t p la n t ............
C a rb on stee l a nd all o th e r m a te r ia ls ..............................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ....................... ...........................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2591

Fu rn iture and fixtures, n .e .c......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H ospital b e d s ...................................................................................................................
H ospital bed s ..............................................................................................................
R estau ra nt, ca fe te ria and bar furnitu re .................................................................
W ood chairs and s t o o ls ...........................................................................................
M etal chairs and s to o ls ............................................................................................
B ooths, bars and b ack b a r s ...................................................................................
O the r restaurant, c a fe teria and bar furniture ...................................................
O the r furniture and fixtures, n .e .c..............................................................................
S hip furniture ...............................................................................................................
Industrial furniture, including benches, stools, sorting tab le s and
c a b in e ts ..................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ceipts ................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2599

P aper and allied p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
Pulp m i lls ........................................................................................................................................
Pulp m i lls .......................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Special alpha and dissolving w ood p ulp ................................................................
O the r pulp, including pulpm ill byproducts, excep t tall o i l ................................
W o o d p u lp ......................................................................................................................
S ulfa te w o od p ulp, including so da ....................................................................
S ulfate, b lea ch ed and se m ib le ach ed (including soda) ........................
S ulfate, so ftw o o d ...........................................................................................
E xports ..............................................................................................................
In tra co m p an y sh ipm en ts .............................................................................
Do m e stic (m arket sh ipm en ts only) .........................................................

2 5 9 1 -P
2591-3
2 5 9 1 -3A
2591-311
2591-313
2591-4
2 5 9 1 -4A
2591-452
2591-459

Mar.
19902

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

119.7
116.8
107.4
107.4
106.8
108.2
103.2
110.0
108.9
118.6

120.6
117.7
109.3
109.3

3.5
5.4
2.7
2.7
3.6
1.7
6.3
7.5
7.8
5.3

1.5
1.5
-1 .0
-1 .0

(3)
109.6
104.6
110.7
109.7
119.1

122.4
119.5
108.2
108.2
107.7
109.0
104.4
110.6
109.6
118.6

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

(3)
-.5
-.2
-.1
-.1
-.4

2591-5
2591-511
2 591-517
2591-51711
2 5 9 1 -SM
2 5 9 1 -M
2 5 9 1 -Z89
2 5 9 1 -S

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

124.1
136.3
120.2
124.8

124.5
137.1
120.4
125.2

128.1
137.1
125.2
132.2

6.2
5.9
6.4
8.4

2.9
.0
4.0
5.6

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

155.0
155.6
115.5

155.0
155.6
118.3

155.0
155.6
119.4

-1 1 .0
-1 1 .0
3.4

0
0
.9

2599-P
2599-1
2599-101
2599-2
2599-241
2599-245
2599-247
2599-248
2599-3
2599-351

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

118.3
118.9
115.7
115.7
119.0
119.6
108.3
114.1
121.3
119.8
110.3

118.7
119.3
115.7
115.7
119.5
119.6
108.3
113.1
122.5
119.8
110.3

119.0
119.6
115.7
115.7
119.8
121.7
108.3
113.3
122.4
120.7
112.7

5.4
5.5
9.6
9.6
4.8
8.4
.3
2.5
5.2
5.7
5.9

.3
.3
0
0
.3
1.8
0
.2
-.1
.8
2.2

1 2 /8 5

111.8

111.8

117.5

5.3

5.1

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

120.7
113.1

120.7
113.3

120.7
113.3

5.7
4.8

0
0

26

1 2 /8 4

121.7

121.6

121.5

.9

-.1

261

1 2 /8 2

162.6

161.8

160.3

.9

-.9

2611

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

162.6
172.8
142.1
189.9
194.2

161.8
172.6
142.4
189.4
192.6

160.3
170.2
142.4
186.3
189.0

.9
3.0
9.0
1.6
.6

-.9
-1 .4
0
-1 .6
-1 .9

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

117.6
200.9
123.1
117.9
118.2

116.8
199.5
121.4
117.3
118.4

114.6
195.6
121.2
117.0
111.4

.8
1.6
5.7
1.8
-3 .7

-1 .9
-2 .0
-.2
-.3
-5 .9

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

187.5
112.6
113.9
109.8

186.0
108.9
109.0
116.2

182.7
107.4
106.2
116.2

-.2
-2 .9
-7 .6
12.6

-1 .8
-1 .4
-2 .6
0

0 6/8 1

133.5

132.9

132.8

-2 .0

-.1

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/81
1 1 /8 7
0 8/8 1

133.5
133.5
137.8
136.4
117.2
122.5
118.1
143.4
107.0
166.9
124.0
124.0
112.4
125.0
123.9
138.4
150.2
137.0
138.1
130.0

132.9
132.9
138.6
137.2
117.5
123.0
121.3
143.8
107.0
165.4
120.4
120.4
111.8
123.3
121.9
139.0
153.3
137.4
138.0
130.5

132.8
132.9
138.9
137.6
118.4
123.0
120.7
144.0
107.0
165.5
120.6
120.6
111.6
123.5
122.1
138.1
153.3
136.5
138.0
129.0

-2 .0
-1 .8
4.2
4.2
5.9
.5
4.7
3.2
2.7
4.7
-8 .6
-8 .6
-3 .3
-2 .0
-2 .8
-.5
1.9
-.7
.7
-1 .9

-.1
0
.2
.3
.8
0
-.5
.1
0
.1
.2
.2
-.2
.2
.2
-.6
0
-.7
0
-1.1

2599-353
2599-SM
2599-M
2599-S

2 6 1 1-P
2611-1
2611-2
2611-21
2 611-213
2 611-2134
2611-21341
2 61 1-21 34E
2611-21341
26112134M
2 61 1-21 3 42
2611-217
2611-21716
2611-25

S ulfate, h a r d w o o d ..........................................................................................
S ulfite and o th e r w o o d p u lp .................................................................................
S ulfite, blea ch ed and u n b le a c h e d ...............................................................
Pulp, o th e r than w ood, and m iscellaneous pulp mill b y p r o d u c ts .............
P aper m ill p roducts e xcep t building p a p e r .......................................................................

262

P aper mill p ro du cts excep t building paper .......................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Tissue paper and sanitary p aper s t o c k ..................................................................
S anitary papers, including stock, m ade in p a p e r m ills ...................................
T o ile t tissue and s t o c k .........................................................................................
Facial tissue and s t o c k .........................................................................................
N apkins and napkin s t o c k ............................................................... ...................
T o w e ls and tow el sto c k ......................................................................................
O th e r sanita ry papers, inclu din g s t o c k ...........................................................
Tissue p a p e r .................................................................................................................
N e w s p rin t...........................................................................................................................
N e w s p rin t......................................................................................................................
P rinting and w riting g ra d e s ..........................................................................................
G ro un d w oo d paper, u n c o a te d ...............................................................................
Publication and p r in tin g .......................................................................................
Clay co ated printing and co nve rtin g p a p e r ......................................................
C oated 1-side ..........................................................................................................
C oated 2 -s id e s .........................................................................................................
No. 3 co ate d 2 - s id e s .........................................................................................
No. 5 co ate d 2 - s id e s ........................................................................................

2621
2 621-P
262 1 -A
262 1 -A4
2 621-A41
2 621-A42
2 62 1 -A43
2 621-A 44
262 1-A 4 9
2 6 2 1 -A8
2 6 2 1 -B
2621-1
2 62 1 -C
2621-2
2621-211
2621-3
2621-34
2621-36
2621-363
2621-365

See footnotes at end of table.




Feb.
1 9902

47

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

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P roduct

Index
Nov.
1 9892

P aper mill p ro d u cts e xce p t b uilding p ap er— C ontin u ed
C o ate d 2-sid es e xce p t No. 3 and No. 5 ...................................................
No. 4 co a te d 2 - s id e s ....................................................................................
A ll o th e r cla y co ate d 2-sides, inclu din g No.1 and No. 2 ................
B oo k paper, u n co a te d fre e s h e e t ........................................................................
C hem ical w o od p ulp w riting paper, excep t body s t o c k .............................
U n w a term arked b o n d ........................................................................................
U n w aterm arked bond, No. 4 g r a d e ........................................................
U n w aterm arked bond, e xcep t No. 4 .......................................................
W a term a rke d b o n d ............................................................................................
Form bond, in r o l l s ............................................................................................
12 lb. form bond in r o lls ..............................................................................
15 lb. form b ond in r o lls ..............................................................................
20 lb. form bond in r o lls ..............................................................................
F orm bond in rolls, e xcep t 12, 15 and 20 lb. grades ......................
O th e r w riting papers, including m anifold and ca rb on le ss base
sto c k & b ody sto c k fo r com m un ..........................................................
Publication and printing g rade fre e s h e e t .....................................................
Plain (including M.F., E.F., su percalendered, eggshell and
a ntique g r a d e s ) ...........................................................................................
O ffs e t.......................................................................................................................
C over and te x t p a p e r s ..........................................................................................
O the 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 hite w o ve e n v e lo p e s .................................................................................
K ra ft e nve lo pe p aper (including unbleached, se m i-bleached and
b lea ch ed kraft) ........................................................................................
A ll o th e r u nco ate d fre e sheet, n.e.c., including body s tock fo r
co atin g ...........................................................................................................
P ackaging and industrial grade p a p e r s ..................................................................
U n bleached k ra ft packaging and industrial co nve rtin g p a p e r ....................
W rapping ...................................................................................................................
Shipping sa ck ..........................................................................................................
Bag and sack, o th e r than shipping sa ck ......................................................
O th e r unble ach e d k ra ft packaging and industrial co nve rtin g p a p e r ....
P ackaging and industrial co nve rtin g paper, e xcep t u nbleached kraft. ...
W rapping ...................................................................................................................
Bag and sack, o th e r tha n shipping sa ck ......................................................
O the r packaging and industrial co nve rtin g paper, e xcep t unbleached
k ra ft.......................................................................................................................
G lassine, g re aseproof, and ve ge tab le p a r c h m e n t.....................................
Spe cia l indu stria l p a p e r ............................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................
Pulp mill p ro du cts ......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
P aperboard m ill p r o d u c ts .........................................................................................

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

137.7
110.5
108.2
127.3
124.5
113.6
122.7
115.1
141.9
111.1
114.3
115.6
106.9
124.9

138.1
111.2
108.2
125.7
122.7
108.4
119.2
107.2
142.1
111.0
111.6
114.3
109.1
124.5

137.7
110.6
108.2
125.9
122.8
108.0
119.2
106.1
142.1
112.0
112.6
114.5
110.0
126.1

0.4
-.2
1.3
-6 .0
-8 .0
-1 2 .9
-1 0 .9
-1 5 .5
1.6
-7 .6
-6 .9
-8 .0
-9 .2
-6 .6

-0 .3
-.5
0
.2
.1
-.4
0
-1 .0
0
.9
.9
.2
.8
1.3

2621-4217
2621-441

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

132.3
126.0

135.0
123.9

135.0
123.9

-1 .0
-3 .6

0
0

2621-44111
2621-44122
2621-465

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

115.7
125.8
147.1

115.9
123.5
147.1

115.6
123.5
148.2

.5
-5 .3
.7

-.3
0
.7

2621-481
2621-4811
2621-48111

1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

116.7
116.8
116.3

116.6
116.8
116.3

117.1
116.8
116.3

-5 .7
-6 .3
-6 .6

.4
0
0

2 621-48112

1 2 /8 7

118.3

(3)

118.2

-5 .5

(3)

2621-4812
2621 -D
2621-7
2621-711
2621-731
2621-751
2621-761
2621-8
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

126.1
115.4
141.8
174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
135.7
133.3
132.9

(3)
115.5
141.8
174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
136.0
136.0
133.7

130.5
115.5
141.8
174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
136.0
136.0
133.7

-.2
.1
0
-.3
0
-.2
-.1
.8
4.9
1.2

(3)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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 6 3 1-S

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

123.9
147.1
137.9

123.9
147.3
137.9

123.9
147.3
137.9

1.2
.1
-.4

0
0
0

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

133.7
120.9
168.9
134.3

132.5
117.6
171.7
134.3

130.8
117.2
171.7
130.7

-2 .6
-.8
8.0
-8 .0

-1 .3
-.3
0
-2 .7

1 2 /8 2

149.6

148.3

148.6

-1 .2

.2

2 63 1 -P
2 63 1 -A

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

149.6
145.7
102.8

148.3
144.2
101.5

148.6
144.6
101.6

-1 .2
-1 .4
-1 .7

.2
.3
.1

2631-1
2631-111
2631-11101
2631-11102

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

160.6
163.1
161.8
163.6

158.1
160.4
158.8
161.4

158.3
160.7
159.2
161.4

-2 .8
-3 .4
-3 .4
-3 .5

.1
.2
.3
0

2631-2
2631-211
2631-241

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

135.4
131.6
133.9

135.4
131.6
133.9

135.4
131.6
133.9

4.3
-4 .4
6.7

0
0
0

2631-26

1 2 /8 8

113.7

113.7

113.7

2.7

0

2631-28
2631-3
2631-321
2631-4
2631-411
2631-431
2631-44
2631-443
2631-444
2631-445
2 631-446
2631-48

Paperboard m ills .........................................................................................................................
Prim 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 packaging and industrial c o nve rtin g paperboard
(> 8 0 % virgin w ood p u lp ) ...............................................................................
U n bleached linerboard .........................................................................................
42 lb. kra ft lin e rb o a rd .......................................................................................
O the r u nb leached lin e rb o a rd ..........................................................................
B leached packaging and industrial co nve rtin g paperboard ( > 8 0 %
virgin w o od pulp) ...............................................................................................
Linerboard .................................................................................................................
Folding ca rton -typ e b o a r d ...................................................................................
B leached pap erbo a rd fo r m oist, liquid o r oily foods, including milk
c a rton board ....................................................................................................
O the r blea ch ed paperbo a rd fo r packaging and o th e r solid b leached
b o a r d ...................................................................................................................
S em iche m ical p ap erboard ( > 7 5 % virgin w ood p u lp ) ...................................
C orrugating m e d iu m ..............................................................................................
R ecycled p a p e rb o a rd ....................................................................................................
Linerboard ( < 8 0 % virgin fib e r ) .............................................................................
C o nta in er chip and fille r board .............................................................................
F olding ca rton b o a r d .................................................................................................
U nlined chipb o ard ..................................................................................................
K raft-lined foldin g ca rton b o a r d ........................................................................
W h ite-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 re cycled p a p e rb o a rd .....................................................................................

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

1 2 /8 8

109.5

109.5

109.5

3.3

0

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

147.2
128.1
140.6
130.8
105.6
123.9
125.5
120.8
115.8
100.9

143.2
128.2

143.4
129.2
137.0
129.8
109.7
124.5
125.5
120.8
123.1
100.8

-7 .7
-.2
-5 .8
-.8
6.6
4.5
1.1
.8
9.2
-.1

.1

(3)
128.1
107.1
123.9
125.5
120.8
118.5
100.8

3.9
0

1 2 /8 4

122.6

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

263
2631

264

See footnotes at end of table.




Mar.
1 9902

262 1-36 6
2 62 1-36 6 04
2 62 1-36 6 06
2621-4
2621-421
2621-4211
2621-42111
2 621-42112
2621-4212
2621-4215
2621-42151
2621-42155
2 621-42156
2 621-42159

P aperboard m ills .........................................................................................................................

M iscellan eo u s p ap er and p ap erbo a rd products, in cludes 2675 in p lace of
2645 .........................................................................................................................................

C Tl
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C <
D D
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Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
code

48

.V
(3)
1.3
2.4
.5
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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Index
base

2 6 4 1 -P
2641-1
2641-5
2641-6
2641-9
2641-11

128.7
126.4
115.1
116.9
109.8
109.7
113.1

3.7
2.6
1.6
2.3
-1 .3
.5
3.0

0
.2
.1
.2
.6
0
.3

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

127.0
127.1
120.3

131.1
131.0
122.5

131.1
131.0
124.0

3.6
3.7
3.8

0
.0
1.2

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 4 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2

113.5
129.5
122.9
109.5
119.3
114.4
107.1
103.8
132.5
136.5
117.1
143.8
120.8
128.0
115.7
119.8

116.6
129.5
123.4
110.5
120.5

4.6
2.0
2.9
3.6
3.9
3.4
3.8
-2 .3
4.0
2.0
1.9
2.4
.5
2.8
5.1
.5

1.8
0
.2
-.2
-.1

(3)
109.6
100.4
133.9
136.6
116.5
142.9
120.9
130.2
119.8
119.8

118.7
129.5
123.7
110.3
120.4
116.0
108.2
99.7
133.9
138.5
117.0
143.7
120.9
130.3
119.9
119.8

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7

134.2
107.9

134.7
108.5

133.8
107.3

5.0
5.5

-.7
-1.1

2642-P
2642-1

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

113.7
113.5
113.5

113.4
113.2
113.2

112.9
112.7
112.7

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

-.4
-.4
-.4

2643-P

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

149.4
152.1

150.1
153.0

149.8
152.5

-.4
-.3

-.2
-.3

2643-1
2 64 3-11 3
2643-1131
2643-11311
2643-1132
2 64 3-11 3 22
2643-151
2643-2

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

211.2
238.3
188.3
403.6
368.3
359.1
124.2
120.8

213.1
238.7
188.6
404.2
368.8
360.0
132.3
121.1

212.8
238.6
188.6
404.1
368.7
359.8
131.4
120.3

.9
.5
-3 .4
5.7
6.3
6.5
1.1
-2 .0

-.1
0
0
0
0
-.1
-.7
-.7

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

131.4
131.8
97.2
96.8
152.9
138.0
155.4

131.0
131.3
93.5
93.2
153.6
138.0
156.3

130.6
130.9
96.8
96.4
153.6
138.0
156.3

-2 .2
-2 .5
-1 1 .2
-1 1 .8
.7
.4
.8

-.3
-.3
3.5
3.4
0
0
0

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

130.2
125.7
151.2

130.0

130.2

-1 .5

.2

(3)
145.8

(3)
146.4

(3)
-6.1

(3)
.4

2646-P
264 6-2
2646-251

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

110.9
111.1
111.3

110.4
110.6
110.8

112.0
112.2
112.5

1.9
1.9
1.9

1.4
1.4
1.5

(3)

(3)

(3)

264 6-29 8

0 6 /8 5

132.0

132.2

134.4

2.4

1.7

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
128.8
110.6
141.7
132.2
124.2
120.8
116.3
106.0

128.1
128.9
117.4
142.2
131.1
124.8
121.2
117.0
106.0

129.2
130.1
120.0
149.6
132.0
123.1
119.6
114.7
106.1

8.5
8.9
9.9
8.4
8.7
2.3
1.4
-.8
.8

.9
.9
2.2
5.2
.7
-1 .4
-1 .3
-2 .0
.1

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

134.4
132.5

134.4
132.5

134.4
132.5

4.2
3.9

0
0

2642

2643

Pressed a nd m o ld ed pulp g o o d s ..........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
O th e r m o ld ed p ulp g o o d s ...........................................................................................
M o ld ed p ulp p la te s and d is h e s ......................... ..................... .............................
O th e r m o ld ed pulp and pap ie r m a ch e article s, exclud in g sta tu a ry and

128.7
126.1
115.0
116.7
109.1
109.7
112.8

2641-312
2641-331
2641-4
2 64 1 -4A
2641-413
2641-433
2641-453
2641-459
2641-46
2641-47
2 641-48
2641-481
264 1-48 5
2 6 4 1 -B
2641 -B 1 5
2 64 1 -B98
2 64 1 -SM
2 6 4 1-S
2 64 1 -SSS

Bags, e xc e p t te xtile b a g s .........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
G ro cers’ and va rie ty bags (paper) and w ardrobe, shopping, and o th e r
bags ............................................................................................................................
G ro c e rs ’ bags and sacks, p ap er ..........................................................................
G ro ce rs’ sacks, p ap er ..........................................................................................
1 /6 b a r r e l..............................................................................................................
G ro cers’ bags, p a p e r ............................................................................................
G re ate r than 5 lb. but less tha n 13 lb ........................................................
S ho p pin g bags, all m a te r ia ls .................................................................................
P olyethylene co m b inations, including polye thylen e and foil co m b ina tio ns
P olyethylene co m binations, including p olyethylene and foil
c o m b in a tio n s ........................................................................................................
U nsupported f ilm ........................................................................................................
P o ly e th y le n e .............................................................................................................
R esale household bags, all m aterials (garbage, lunch, sandw ich, etc.)
Film .............................................................................................................................
S hipping sacks and m ultiw all bags, all m aterials, excep t textile .................
S ingle and d o u ble w a ll.............................................................................................
M u ltiw a ll (three o r m ore plies) ..............................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du 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 t s ................................................ .....................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p ro d u cts .......................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s p lastics p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................

127.6
124.8
114.1
116.9
110.6
109.4
111.6

2641

E nve lo pe s ................................. .................... ....... .......................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
E nve lo pe s, all t y p e s ......................................................................................................

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

2641-1
2 641-113
2641-3

P aper c o a tin g and glazing ................. ...................... ..............................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P acka g ing p ap er a nd p lastics film , co a te d and la m in a te d .............................
S in gle w e b paper, co ate d ro lls and s h e e ts ..................................................
S ingle w e b film , co ate d rolls and s h e e ts .................. ...................................
M ulti-w eb p a p e r/p a p e r la m in a tio n s ............................................. ...................
C o ate d a nd lam in a te d paper, n .e .c...........................................................................
P rinting p a p e r co a te d a t e sta b lish m e n ts o th e r th a n w h ere p ap er
w a s p r o d u c e d ..................................................................................................
C o ate d o n e sid e (fo r la be ls and sim ila r u s e s ) ........................................
G um m e d p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................
G um m e d sealing tape, p a p e r base and re in fo rce d base, used fo r
sealing and s e c u r in g ................................................................................
G um m ed fla t paper, including stock labels, u nprinted ........................
P ressure se nsitive p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................
S ingle faced t a p e ................................................................................................
Paper b a c k in g ..................................................................................................
C loth backing, e xc e p t e le c tr ic a l...............................................................
R e inforced and lam inated t a p e ................................................................
O the r backings, e xcep t r u b b e r ..................................................................
D ouble face d t a p e .............................................................................................
U nprinted pressure se nsitive labels ............................................................
Pressure sensitive base s t o c k ......................................................................
Base sto c k fo r la b e ls .................................... .............................. ...............
Pressure se nsitive base sto c k fo r o th e r tha n la b e ls ........................
O th e r co a te d and p ro ce sse d paper, n .e . c ................................ ...................
S pe cia l co a te d p ap er and ca sein and sim ila rly co a te d p a p e r s ........
O th e r co a te d a nd p ro cesse d paper, n .e .c .................................................
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 ......................................................................................................
O th e r se condary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

C T|
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C C i
D D
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P ro du ct
c o de

< z
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0 O
0
C <
O

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

264 6

2 643-2B
2 643-2C
2643-261
2643-29
2643-295
2643-3
2643-311
2643-351
2643-S M
2643-S
2643-S S S
3079-S

a rt g o o d s ...............................................................................................................
S an ita ry p ap er p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S an ita ry nap kin s and ta m p o n s ..................................................................................
T a m p o n s ........................................................................................................................
S an ita ry tissu e hea lth p r o d u c t s .................................................................................
T a b le napkins, inclu din g plain cre p ed , a nd facial t is s u e .............................
Industrial (bulk and d ispe n ser ty p e ) ................................................................
R egular type, single ply ...................................................................................
D isposable diapers, e xcep t d iaper liners and adult diapers, p a p e r ........
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 d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r secon da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2647
2647-P
2647-1
2647-151
2 647-2
2647-22
2647-221
2647-22 1 A
264 7-28 7
2647-SM
2647-S
2647-SS S

See footnotes at end of table.




49

Mar.
19902

M ar. 1989

(3)

Feb. 1990

(3)
-1 .3
-.7
0
1.4
.4
.6
0
.1
.1
0

(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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P roduct
co d e

Index
Nov.
19892

Feb.
1 99 0 2

Mar.
1 9902

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

123.4
128.0
110.6
108.5
133.0
119.7
130.3
122.2
142.8
114.0

123.7
126.7
108.6
98.8
132.0
118.3
127.1
120.6
142.8
114.1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

104.2
106.7

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

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

121.1
125.5
110.6
103.8
129.9
121.3
130.2
121.8
133.6
105.8

-2 .3
-1 .7
0
-4 .3
-2.1
4.9
1.5
-5.1
-4 .2
-6 .6

-2.1
-.9
1.8
5.1
-1 .6
2.5
2.4
1.0
-6 .4
-7 .3

105.3
108.1

104.8
107.6

-.3
-.5

-.5
-.5

110.6
110.1
116.1
102.0
99.4
105.2
111.4
115.4
116.4
135.1
132.4

110.7
110.2
116.3
102.0
99.4
105.2
111.5
115.4
116.4
133.9
132.3

111.3
111.0
119.8
103.1
101.4
105.2
111.6
115.6
116.5
133.8
132.1

.7
1.0
3.2
.9
1.7
0
.5
-2 .7
-2 .8
3.3
7.1

.5
.7
3.0
1.1
2.0
0
.1
.2
.1
-.1
-.2

0 6 /8 5

100.3

101.2

101.3

1.0

.1

0 6 /8 5

117.4

117.4

117.4

2.3

0

S ta tio n e ry p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S ta tio ne ry ..........................................................................................................................
B oxed sta tio n e ry and p o r tf o lio s ............................................................................
T a b le ts a nd re la ted p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................
C o rre sp o n d e n ce type t a b le t s .................................................................................
T a b le ts and pads, e xc e p t legal a nd m e m o ......................................................
N o te b o o k s ......................................................................................................................
L oo selea f fille rs (school and co m m e rcia l ty p e s ) ............................................
O the r tab le ts and related 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 ...................................................
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 ......................................................................................

2648

C o nve rte d p ap er p ro du cts, n .e .c............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W rapping p ro du cts (gift w rap t y p e ) ..........................................................................
W a llc o v e rin g s ...................................................................................................................
Paper w a llc o v e rin g s ...................................................................................................
O th e r w a llc o v e r in g s ...................................................................................................
O the r co nve rte d p ap er and boa rd p ro d u c ts .........................................................
Business m a ch ine s u p p lie s ....................................................................................
R olls fo r business m a c h in e s ..............................................................................
N ovelties, gam es, displays, and sim ilar p ro d u c ts ...........................................
O the r novelties, gam es, displays, and sim ilar p ro d u c ts ...........................
Industrial pap er and b oard p r o d u c ts ...................................................................
O the r industrial p ap er and board p ro d u c ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s p ap er p r o d u c ts ..............................................................................
O the r m iscellan eo u s pap er & b oard p roducts, including labels,
draperies, s h e lf paper, 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 .......................................................................................................

2649

0 6 /8 5

105.8

106.0

105.0

-1 .4

-.9

Paperboard co nta ine rs and b o x e s ........................................................................................

265

1 2 /8 4

118.3

118.3

117.8

1.4

-.4

S etup p ap erboard b o x e s ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .............................. ..................................................................................
S etup p ap erbo a rd b oxes (classified by end use) ..............................................
Textiles, w earing apparel, and hosiery ..............................................................
D e pa rtm e n t sto re s and o th e r retail s t o r e s .......................................................
C o n fe c tio n s ...................................................................................................................
C osm etics, including s o a p ......................................................................................
S ta tio ne ry and o ffic e s u p p lie s ................................................................................
All o th e r end uses, 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 ......................................................................................................

2652
2652-P
2652-1
2652-121
2652-131
2652-141
2652-151
2652-161
2652-198
2652-SM
2652-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

117.0
116.2
116.2
123.6
119.9
108.8
110.6
130.5
114.8

118.3
117.3
117.3
125.7
122.3
109.1
113.0
131.7
114.8

119.4
118.5
118.5
127.5
127.5
109.1
111.3
132.3
114.8

4.6
4.6
4.6
6.3
10.9
1.4
1.9
5.9
2.0

.9
1.0
1.0
1.4
4.3
0
-1 .5
.5
0

1 2 /8 3

126.2

128.3

128.3

4.2

0

C orrugated and solid fib e r b o x e s ..........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C orrugated shipping c o n ta in e rs .................................................................................
F or fo o d s and b e v e r a g e s ........................................................................................
F or cann ed and b ottle d fo o d s and b e v e ra g e s ............................................
For fresh fru its and v e g e ta b le s .........................................................................
F o r dry g o o d s ..........................................................................................................
F or all fo o d and beverage u ses n ot sp ecifie d ............................................
F or p ap er and allied p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................
For m etal pro du cts and m achinery, equ ip m e nt and supplies, e xcep t
e le c tr ic a l.................................................................................................................
F or e lectrical m achinery, equipm ent, supplies and a p p lia n c e s ................
F o r all o th e r uses n o t sp e cifie d a b o v e ..............................................................
F or ch em icals and drugs, including paints, varnishes, co sm e tics and

2653
2653-P
2653-1
2653-112
2653-11201
2 653-11202
2 653-11203
2 65 3-11204
2653-113

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
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

143.8
144.5
143.1
147.6
114.8
114.5
108.0
114.4
142.0

143.0
143.7
142.3
146.1
112.2
114.8
103.4
114.4
142.0

141.6
142.2
140.9
142.4
110.9
114.8
103.7
109.1
142.0

-1 .0
-1.1
-1.1
-3 .7
-2 .5
.4
-6 .2
-5 .0
1.1

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

2653-116
265 3-11 8
2653-119

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

154.1
131.2
138.8

152.8
129.4
138.4

155.4
129.6
137.6

2.4
-.7
-.3

.2
-.6

2653-11901
265 3-11902
2653-11903
2653-3

0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 3 /8 0

117.3
112.9
108.6
148.0

117.2
112.9
108.2
148.1

116.2
112.9
107.4
145.5

1.3
2.0
-1 .0
-1.1

-.9
0
-.7
-1 .8

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

117.7
117.2
122.8
115.7
117.0
108.3
108.6
125.2
109.5
113.1
115.7

118.7
118.2
122.8
116.9
117.3
108.3
108.6
125.8
112.0
115.7
117.9

119.0
118.5
122.8
117.3
117.5
108.4
108.9
125.9
112.5
115.9
120.4

2.4
2.7
.1
3.4
3.3
2.2
.4
4.2
2.7
2.7
6.6

.3
.3
0
.3
.2
.1
.3
.1
.4
.2
2.1

1 2 /8 5

122.7

124.4

124.4

.6

.0

2 648-P
2648-1
2648-111
2 648-2
2648-251
2648-254
2648-257
2648-261
2648-269
2648-SM
2648-S
2648-SS S

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

so ap s ..................................................................................................................
F or lu m b er and w o od products, including fu r n itu r e ...................................
For all o th e r u s e s ...................................................................................................
C o rrugated paperbo a rd in sh ee ts and rolls, lined and u n lin e d .....................
Fiber cans, d rum s and sim ilar p ro d u c ts .............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P aperboard fib e r drum s w ith m etal, w ood, p lastic o r p ap erboard e nds ....
Fiber cans, tubes, and sim ilar fib e r p r o d u c ts ......................................................
C ans, all fib e r and c o m p o s ite ................................................................................
F ood p ro du cts .........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r fo o d p ro du cts, excluding p et f o o d .............................................
N o n-food p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................
A ll o th e r non -fo od p roducts, including p et f o o d .....................................
C ores and tub e s .........................................................................................................
P aperboard co ne s, reels, spools, bobbins, and 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 ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2655
2655-P
2655-1
2655-2
2655-221
2655-22 1 A
2655-22113
265 5-22 1 B
265 5-22117
2655-231
2655-271
2 65 5-S M
2655-S

See footnotes at end of table.




50

1.7

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

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

125.0
123.9
111.0
135.2
135.8
123.9
123.9

125.7
124.3
111.3
135.2
135.8
125.6
126.0

125.9
124.5
112.8
135.2
135.8
124.3
124.3

5.1
5.8
6.6
4.9
4.9
6.8
8.3

0.2
.2
1.3
0
0
-1 .0
-1 .3

0 6 /8 5
1 2 /8 8

132.3
100.0

134.1
100.7

134.1
100.7

3.0
.7

0
0

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

127.4
126.7

128.2
127.5

128.6
127.9

5.0
5.3

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

126.9
125.0
120.0
121.4
115.5
122.9
118.9
106.0
121.2
131.5
135.8
122.1
112.7
111.5
113.1
128.1
108.1
136.2
116.3
114.5
117.1
106.9
110.6

127.8
127.2
120.7
121.6
115.5
123.5
120.2
107.3
121.6
130.2
136.2
122.7
113.3
111.3
114.1
130.4
108.5
136.9
117.0
115.3
117.0

128.2
126.8
119.4
120.5

5.3
8.2
3.5
4.4

.3
-.3
-1.1
-.9

(3)
1.6
2.4
5.6
4.0
4.3
9.5
3.9
5.1
4.1
5.6
4.3
8.3
3.2
5.0
4.8
-2 .4
7.4
10.1

(3)
-2 .2
-1 .3
0
1.7
.4
.4
0
.7
.8
.6
.2
.4
1.5
0
-.3
.1

(3)
111.9

(3)
120.8
118.6
107.3
123.7
130.7
136.7
122.7
114.1
112.2
114.8
130.7
108.9
138.9
117.0
114.9
117.1
107.7
111.9

1 2 /8 3

129.0

128.8

128.8

.4

0

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

S an ita ry fo o d c o n ta in e r s ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M ilk and m ilk-type ca rton s, including ju ice s a nd o th e r b e v e ra g e s ..............
C u ps and liq u id-tigh t c o n ta in e rs ...............................................................................
D rinking cups and portion serving c u p s ............................................................
O th e r sa nita ry foo d containers, boards, and trays, e xcep t fo ld in g ..............
P ressed plates, dishes, sp o o n s and sim ila r 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 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 ......................................................................................

2 656

Fo ld ing p ap erbo a rd b o x e s ......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Fo ld ing pap erbo a rd boxes, e xce p t sanita ry fo o d co nta ine rs, cla ssifie d
by end use ................................................................................................................
Dry fo o d and pro du ce, incl. p e t and anim al f o o d ...........................................
B o ttle d and ca nn ed b e v e ra g e s .............................................................................
B ottled b e v e ra g e s ..................................................................................................
N on-alcoh olic b e v e ra g e s .................................................................................
A lco ho lic b e v e ra g e s ..........................................................................................
C anned b e v e ra g e s .................................................................................................
A lc o h o lic b e v e ra g e s ..........................................................................................
S oaps and d e te rg e n ts ..............................................................................................
T o ba cco .........................................................................................................................
H ardw are and h ousehold s u p p lie s ......................................................................
C andy .............................................................................................................................
C osm e tics and m edicinal pro du cts .....................................................................
C o s m e tic s ..................................................................................................................
M edicinal p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................
Paper g oo ds or products, including boo k m a ile r s .........................................
Fo ld ing ca rry-ou t b oxe s a nd tra ys fo r re tail f o o d ...........................................
A ll o th e r e nd uses, n .e .c...........................................................................................
Fo ld ing sa nita ry co n ta in e rs fo r liquid, m oist, oily o r p e risha b le fo o d s
B akery, fre sh and fro zen .........................................................................................
B u tte r a nd ice cre a m p a cka ge s and foo d p a ils ..............................................
Processed m eat, m argarine, lard and sh ortening .........................................
O th e r fro zen fo o d 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 t s ......................................................................................................

2657

B uilding p ap er and building boa rd m i lls .............................................................................

266

1 2 /8 5

114.8

114.8

114.8

0

0

B uilding p a p e r a nd building b oa rd m i lls .............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B oard: asph alt, h ardpressed, insulation, roofing, e tc .........................................
1 / 2 in c h ..........................................................................................................................

2661
2 66 1 -P
2661-1
2661-111

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

114.8
115.5
106.8
96.1

114.8
115.4
107.5
98.1

114.8
115.4
107.4
98.0

0
-.2
.8
-2 .7

0
0
-.1
-.1

D ie -cu t p a p e r a nd b o a r d ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Die -cu t pap er and board o ffice s u p p lie s ...............................................................
File fo ld e r s ....................................................................................................................
E xpanding file folde rs ...........................................................................................
O th e r file folders, including file p ocke ts and ja c k e ts ...............................
O th e r o ffice supplies, inclu din g re p o rt covers, exclud in g lo o s e le a f........
D ie -cu t p ap er and boa rd e xce p t o ffic e s u p p lie s ................................................
O ther, including fille rs and fla ts fo r egg cases, b o ttle caps,
c lo s u r e s ..................................................................................................................
P asted, lined, lam inated, o r su rfa ce c o a te d p a p e r b o a rd ................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2675
2675-P
2675-1
2675-113
2675-11301
267 5-11 3 03
267 5-19 9
2675-2

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 9

120.5
120.8

121.2
121.6
101.1
100.6
119.9
100.7
130.6
100.0

2.8
2.7

(3)

120.9
121.7
101.2
100.7
120.1
100.8
131.6
100.0

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

1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 4

(3)
123.2

100.0
123.2

100.0
123.2

(3)
1.7

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

118.0
114.9
120.0

118.0

118.0
114.9
120.4

5.3

0

(3)
2.6

(3)
(3)

Printing, publishing, and allied in d u s trie s ...........................................................................

27

1 2 /8 4

126.3

128.6

129.0

4.4

.3

N e w sp a p e r publishing ..............................................................................................................

271

1 2 /7 9

209.7

216.8

217.2

5.9

.2

N e w sp a p e r publish in g ..............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C ir c u la tio n ..........................................................................................................................
S u b s c rip tio n s ...............................................................................................................
T h ro ug h interm ediary
D irect to r e a d e r .........
S ingle co p y s a le s ..........
T h rough interm ed ia ry
D irect to re a de r .........
A d v e rtis in g ...........................
C lassified a d v e rtis in g .................................................................................................
Retail, m a n ufa ctu rin g & o th e r c o m m ’l. a d v t’g, exc cla ssifie ds and
in sertion o f p re printe d a ds .............................................................................

2711
2 7 1 1-P
2711-6
2711-61
2711-611
271 1-61 2
2711-62
2711-621
2 711-622
2711-7
2711-71

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

209.7
211.7
175.3
181.8
180.6
190.5
161.9
168.8
155.8
223.0
2 41.6

216.8
218.9
181.7
191.3
190.9
195.2
161.9
168.8
155.8
230.5
252.7

217.2
219.3
180.5
189.5
188.8
195.6
161.9
168.8
155.8
231.4
2 54.6

5.9
5.7
4.5
6.0
6.4
4.5
1.1
2.4
0
6.0
7.8

.2
.2
-.7
-.9
-1.1
.2
0
0
0
.4
.8

2 711-72

1 2 /7 9

219.1

225.9

226.4

5.7

.2

2656-P
2656-1
2656-2
2656-235
2656-5
2656-511
2656-SM
2656-S
2656-SS S

2657-P
2657-1
265 7-11 4
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
2 657-198
2657-2
2657-201
2657-202
2657-203
2 657-204
2657-SM
2657-S

2 675-299
2675-3
2675-SM
2675-M
267 5-Z 89
2675-S

See footnotes at end of table.




51

(3)
(3)
118.1
(3)
122.3

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
3.9
(3)
9.7
(3)

(3)
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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

N e w sp a p e r p ub lish in g — C o ntinued
N a tion a l a dve rtisin g ..............................................................................................
L ocal, regional and o th e r a d v e rtis in g .............................................................
Inse rtio n o f p re printe d a d s .....................................................................................
Inse rtio n o f p re printe d a d s ..................................................................................
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 .............................................. ........................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

2711-721
2 71 1-72 2
2 71 1-73
2711-731
2711-S M
2 7 1 1-S
2 71 1 -SSS

Feb.
19902

Mar.
199 0 2

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6

261.4
2 13.6
111.7
111.7

272.4
2 19.8
113.3
113.3

272.4
220.3
113.8
113.8

5.7
5.7
2.8
2.8

0
.2
.4
.4

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

168.6
169.3

174.2
175.0

174.2
175.0

10.3
10.7

0
0

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

P eriodical p u b lis h in g ................................ .................................................................................

272

1 2 /7 9

197.5

204.2

204.8

6.7

.3

Periodical p u b lis h in g ..................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A d v e rtis in g ........................................................................................................................
Farm p eriodicals .........................................................................................................
G eneral farm p e r io d ic a ls ................................. ...................................................
Specialized farm p e r io d ic a ls ..............................................................................
B usiness p e r io d ic a ls ........................................................................................ .........
Industrial p eriod ica ls ..............................................................................................
M e rch an d isin g p e r io d ic a ls ...................................................................................
P ro fe ssio na l p e r io d ic a ls ........................................................................................
G en e ra l p e r io d ic a ls ....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s p e r io d ic a ls ................. ...........................................................................
G eneral and special in terest p eriod ica ls .......................................................
S pe cia l in te re st (prim arily hobby, e n te rta in m e n t, o u td o o r sp orts
and auto) ......................................................................................................
G eneral in terest (inc. g eneral articles, pictures, fiction,
n onfiction, tra vel and h u m o r ) ................................................................
G en e ra l new s p e r io d ic a ls ....................................................................................
O th e r p e r io d ic a ls .........................................................................................................
O th e r period ica ls, n .e .c..........................................................................................
C ir c u la tio n ..........................................................................................................................
Business p e r io d ic a ls ..................................................................................................
Industrial p eriod ica ls .............................................................................................
P rofessional p e r io d ic a ls ........................................................................................
G eneral p e r io d ic a ls ....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s p e r io d ic a ls .............................................................................................
S u b s c rip tio n s ........................................................ ...............................................
S in gle co p y sa les ................................................................................................
G eneral and special in terest p e r io d ic a ls .......................................................
S u b s c rip tio n s ........................................................................................................
S pecial in terest (prim arily hobby, ente rtainm e n t, o utd oo r
s p orts and a u t o ) ..................................................... ................................
G en e ra l in te re st (inc. g en eral article s, pictures, fictio n,
n on fiction , tra vel and hum or) ............................................................
S ingle c o p y s a le s ................................................................................................
Spe cia l in te re st (prim arily hobby, e n te rta in m e n t, o u td o o r
sp o rts and a u t o ) .....................................................................................
G en e ra l new s p e r io d ic a ls ....................................................................................
O th e r p e r io d ic a ls .........................................................................................................
R elig io us p e r io d ic a ls .................. ..........................................................................
S u b s c rip tio n s ........................................................................................................
S ingle c o py s a le 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 .......................... ...........................................................................
O th e r secon da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
B oo k p u b lis h in g ...........................................................................................................

2721
2 7 2 1 -P
2 72 1 -A
2721-2
2721-211
2721-215
2721-4
2721-411
2 72 1-41 3
2 72 1-41 5
2 721-6
2721-643
2 72 1-65 3

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

197.5
204.4
223.3
195.8
180.2
225.1
199.6
194.4
2 05.3
203.2
237.2
236.9
246.9

204.2
211.6
232.9
197.2
182.4
225.1
206.3
203.2
206.6
211.7
248.9
248.6
259.3

204.8
212.6
235.3
197.2
182.4
225.1
206.8
203.7
206.6
212.9
252.4
258.2
260.4

6.7
7.2
8.8
4.1
4.7
3.0
6.2
7.2
5.4
5.4
10.1
16.7
8.3

.3
.5
1.0
0
0
0
.2
.2
0
.6
1.4
3.9
.4

2721-65311

0 6 /8 6

124.9

130.1

131.0

8.5

.7

2 7 2 1 -65 3 12
2 72 1-66 3
2 721-73
2 721-737
272 1 -C
2721-3
2721-307
2721-317
2 721-5
2 721-54
272 1-54 3
2721-545
2721-55
2721-553

0 6 /8 6
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 2 /8 0
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

120.5
210.2
164.8
168.9
182.8
203.9
168.5
2 05.0
181.2
172.9
149.0
198.3
193.2
211.9

128.5
218.9
166.6
169.5
187.3
2 13.8
171.9
221.4
184.7
177.5
158.0
198.3
197.4
217.0

128.4
218.9
166.8
169.5
186.7
209.0
172.8
212.7
184.9
176.3
155.5
198.3
198.4
218.0

7.9
4.1
6.6
6.3
4.9
4.3
4.8
4.2
5.4
9.9
3.9
15.4
4.9
5.9

-.1
0
.1
0
-3
-2 .2
.5
-3 .9
.1
-.7
-1 .6
0
.5
.5

2 721-55311

0 6 /8 6

119.1

125.4

126.6

13.5

1.0

2 72 1-55 3 12
2 72 1-55 5

0 6 /8 6
1 2 /7 9

121.3
166.9

121.4
170.0

121.4
170.9

.2
3.0

0
.5

2721-55511
2 7 2 1-56
272 1 -7 A
2721-703
2721-71701
2 7 2 1-71 7 02
2 7 2 1 -SM
2 72 1 -S
2 72 1 -SSS
2 7 3 1-S

0 6 /8 6

117.9

121.0

121.8

4.2

.7

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 6 /8 6
0 2 /8 6

153.2
174.3
105.4
124.3

155.6
174.3
110.9
121.3

156.1
175.2
110.9
121.3

2.8
1.7
5.2
-.2

.3
.5
0
0

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

152.6
226.5
141.3

157.4
244.6
144.4

155.1
239.6
142.5

3.9
6.7
3.4

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

273

1 2 /8 4

127.6

128.6

128.7

4.0

.1

B oo k P u b lis h in g ...........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .............................................................................. ..................................
T e x tb o o k s ..........................................................................................................................
E le m en tary te x tb o o k s ................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d ....................................................... .........................................................
H igh s c h oo l te x tb o o k s ..............................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
C ollege t e x tb o o k s ......................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
P a p e rb o u n d ...............................................................................................................
W o rk b o o k s ....................................................................................................................
E le m entary w o r k b o o k s .........................................................................................
High school and c o lle ge w o rk b o o k s ................................................................
T e chn ica l, s c ie ntific and p ro fe ssio na l b o o k s .......................................................
Law boo ks ....................................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
M e d ical b o o k s .............................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
B usine ss a nd o th e r te ch n ica l, s c ie n tific and p ro fe ssio na l b o o k s .............
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................

2731

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

168.6
170.7
206.1
217.8
221.4
207.2
214.5
203.6
203.4
200.9
205.2
204.9
184.8
156.3
156.4
152.3
154.7
152.8
160.1
158.0

169.8
172.0
205.9
219.9
224.6
207.2
214.5
201.9
201.1
203.4
2 06.0
206.1
184.8
159.6
160.6
157.1
152.6
152.0
164.6
158.4

169.9
172.1
206.8
219.9
224.6
207.2
214.5
203.9
203.4
203.4
206.0
206.1
184.8
160.3
161.2
158.0
155.4
153.6
164.3
157.9

4.1
4.2
4.4
2.6
3.9
5.3
5.6
6.6
6.5
6.5
.4
.6
0
3.8
3.4
4.2
3.3
2.7
4.4
.9

.1
.1
.4
0
0
0
0
1.0
1.1
0
0
0
0
.4
.4
.6
1.8
1.1
-.2
-.3

2 73 1 -P
2731-1
2 731-1A
2731-111
2 73 1 -1B
2731-113
2731-1C
2731-115
2731-116
2731-12
2731-121
2731-123
2731-3
2731-31
273 1-31 5
2 73 1-32
2 73 1-32 5
2 731-34
273 1-34 5

See footnotes at end of table.




52

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

B o o k P ub lish in g — C ontin u ed
P a p e rb o u n d ..............................................................................................................
R e lig io us b o o k s ..............................................................................................................
B ib les and te sta m e n ts .............................................................................................
O th e r religious books, including hym n als and d e v o tio n a ls ........................
P a p e rb o u n d ..............................................................................................................
G en e ra l, m ass m arket, a du lt trade, juvenile, b o o k clu b and mail o rd er
b o .................................................................................................................................
B oo k clu b b o o k s .........................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d ................................................................................................................
M ass m arket, a d u lt tra de and ju ven ile b o o k s .................................................
M ass m a rke t books, rack s iz e ...........................................................................
A d u lt tra de and ju ven ile b o o k s ..........................................................................
A d u lt t r a d e ............................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .........................................................................................................
P aperbound, inclu din g m ass m a rke t o th e r th a n ra ck size .............
Juvenile b o o k s ....................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .........................................................................................................
P a p e rb o u n d ......................................................................................................
G eneral re ference boo ks ............................................................................................
E n c y c lo p e d ia s .............................................................................................................
D ictionaries and th e s a u r u s e s ................................................................................
O th e r ................................................................................................................................
O the r books, excluding p a m p h le ts ..........................................................................
O the r books, n .e .c.......................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
P am phlets (5-48 pages) ..............................................................................................
O the r p a m p h le ts .........................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2731-347
2 731-4
2 731-415
2731-44
2 731-447

178.9
165.4
149.1
177.0
231.8

178.9
166.9
149.1
179.6
235.2

10.4
9.4
7.6
10.4
18.4

0
.9
0
1.5
1.5

1 2 /8 0
0 8 /8 4
0 8 /8 4
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
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
0 4/8 1
0 4/8 1
0 4/8 1
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 8

150.2
128.0
126.9
107.3
159.7
108.0
138.5
133.6
148.8
146.4
146.7
145.6
152.8
153.6
147.7
166.7
120.9
120.5
123.6
146.4
100.8

152.5
128.8
126.3
109.5
166.9
108.8
139.4
133.4
151.7
148.4
147.8
149.1
152.8
153.6
147.7
166.7
120.9

151.4
128.9
127.6
108.3
161.4
109.0
139.6
132.6
153.9
148.4
147.8
149.1
152.5
153.1
147.7
166.7
120.9
120.5

4.1
3.3
4.1
4.2
6.3
3.2
3.6
2.9
4.8
1.9
.7
3.9
2.3
2.6
2.0
1.5
-.1
-.7

-.7
.1
1.0
-1.1
-3 .3
.2
.1
-.6
1.5
0
0
0
-.2
-.3
0
0
0

(3)
146.2
100.6

(3)
-.1
-.2

(3)
(3)
0
0

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0

104.7
164.4

104.7
164.4

104.7
164.4

3.5
3.9

0
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

122.2
125.0
122.3
125.2
127.1
117.0
136.3
119.5
122.7
114.8

124.5
127.7
123.8
127.4
128.0
116.7
138.4
121.4
126.0
114.7

124.5
127.7
123.7
127.4
127.8
116.8
137.9
121.3
125.8
114.7

3.4
3.7
3.1
3.1
3.4
1.9
4.5
3.3
4.5
1.4

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

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

115.4
118.0
108.4

117.5
121.0

117.5
121.0

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 3

116.7

117.3

117.4

2.2

.1

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

128.7
145.5
133.3
107.4
107.6

130.2
150.0
137.3

130.2
150.0
137.3

1.3
3.5
3.2

0
0
0

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 4

129.0

131.5

131.6

3.3

.1

2 7 4 1 -P
2741-1
2741-11
2741-113
2741-1131
2741-1132
274 1-11 5
2741-2

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 9 /8 4
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

129.0
129.5
123.3
124.2
133.0

131.5
132.1
124.5
125.4
134.1
100.7
101.9
112.2
133.9

131.6
132.2
124.6
125.6
134.2
100.8

3.3
3.3
2.8
3.2
2.7

(3)
112.2
134.3

(3)
(3)
5.5
6.5

.1
.1
.1
.2
.1
.1
(3)
0
.3

2 741-213
274 1-21 5
2741-4
2741-5
2741-521

0 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 4
0 8 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

(3)
134.6
(3)
136.0
149.6

100.8
143.0
118.2
141.8
155.3

102.2
143.2
118.2
141.8
156.7

(3)
7.4
.1
5.5
6.2

1.4
.1
0
0
.9

274 1-59 7

0 6 /8 4

(3)

128.3

128.2

(3)

-.1

274 1-59 9
2 7 4 1 -SM
2 7 4 1 -M
2 7 4 1 -S

0 6 /8 4

155.3

165.0

161.9

4.3

-1 .9

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

114.1
124.7

(3)
124.7

(3)
124.7

(3)
1.9

(3)
0

274

M isce lla n e o u s p ublishing .........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C a talo g s and dire ctories, p u b lis h in g .......................................................................
D ir e c to rie s .....................................................................................................................
T e le ph on e .................................................................................................................
Y ellow pages a d v e rtis in g .................................................................................
O the r telep ho n e d ire ctory a d v e rtis in g ........................................................
O th e r directories, including business re feren ce s e r v ic e .........................
B usine ss se rvice p u b lic a tio n s ....................................................................................
B usine ss service n ew sletters, exclud in g p ub lica tio n s cu m u late d in
lo o se le a f index f o r m ..........................................................................................
O th e r busin e ss se rvice p ub lica tio ns, lo o se le a f a nd h a r d b o u n d ...............
P atterns, in clu din g clo th in g p a tte r n s ........................................................................
O th e r m iscellan eo u s p u b lis h in g .................................................................................
S h o p p e r new s .............................................................................................................
M icrop u blishing in m icrofo rm , inclu din g orig in al and rep ub lish ed
m aterial ..................................................................................................................
O th e r m iscellan eo u s pub lish in g nec, inclu din g a lm a na cs and racing
fo rm 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 re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

166.9
165.4
149.1
177.0
231.8

2732

M iscellan eo u s p ublishing .........................................................................................................

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

2731-5
2 7 3 1-B
2 7 3 1 -B 1 5
2 73 1-56
2 7 3 1 -A
2 7 3 1 -D
2 7 3 1 -D4
2 7 3 1 -D41
2 73 1 -D47
273 1 -D5
2 73 1 -D51
2 73 1 -D53
2731-7
2731-721
2731-741
2731-749
2731-8
2 73 1 -8B
2731-815
2731-9
2 731-959
2 73 1 -SM
2 73 1 -Z89
2 73 1 -S

B ook p rin tin g .................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B ooks, printing and binding, lith o g ra p h ic ..............................................................
C o lle ge te x tb o o k s ......................................................................................................
T e chnical, scientific, business, and p ro fe ssio na l b o o k s ..............................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
P a p e rb o u n d ..............................................................................................................
G eneral co nsu m e r and tra de b ooks ...................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
P a p e rb o u n d ..............................................................................................................
A ll o th e r books, n.e.c. including religious books, dictionaries,
atlases, e tc .............................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
P a p e rb o u n d ..............................................................................................................
Books, printing o nly o r printing and binding, o th e r than lith o g ra p h ic .........
P rinting and b in d in g ...................................................................................................
P am phlets, w o rkb o o ks, and tests, prin ting o n ly o r prin ting a nd b inding ...
L itho grap h ic p r in t in g ..................................................................................................
W o rkb o o ks and t e s t s ............................................................................................
P rinting and b in d in g ...........................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
C o m m e rcial printing, lith o g ra p h ic ..........................................................................

2741




Feb.
1 9902

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
273 2-82
2732-9
2732-91
2 73 2-91 5
273 2-91 5 02
2732-S
2752-S

53

(3)
(3)
109.2
126.9

(3)
(3)
146.2
100.6

1.5
2.5
(3)

(3)
(3)

0
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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
- o
Q
< 05
D
Li- 05

Nov.
198 9 2

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

C o m m e rcial p r in t in g ...................................................................................................................

275

1 2 /8 4

117.2

117.7

118.0

3.1

0.3

C o m m e rcial printing, lith o g ra p h ic ...................................................................... ...................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
L itho grap h ic m agazine and period ica l p r in t in g ....................................................
M a g azines and p eriod ica ls (exclu ding m agazine and co m ic
su p p le m e n ts fo r S unday n e w s p a p e rs ).......................................................
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
W e b - fe d ............................................................................. ........................................
L itho grap h ic label and w ra p p e r p r in t in g .................................................................
P rinted cu sto m a nd sto c k la b e ls ..........................................................................
S he e t-fe d fla t p rin ted la be ls (ex. pre ssure s e n s itiv e )...............................
Pressure se nsitive la be ls (fla t and r o lls ) .......................................................
L ithographic ca ta lo g and d ire ctory p r in tin g ...........................................................
C atalogs, including d ire ct mail ........................ .....................................................
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
W e b - f e d ......................................................................................................................
D ir e c to rie s ......................................................................................................................
T e le p h o n e d ir e c to r ie s ...........................................................................................
W e b -fe d ..................................................................................................................
O th e r d ire c to rie s .....................................................................................................
S he e t-fe d .............................................. ................................................................
W e b -fe d ..................................................................................................................
L itho grap h ic fin an cia l a nd legal p r in tin g .................................................................
SEC filin g and p ro s p e c tu s e s ..................................................................................
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
A nn u al re p orts and o th e r co rp o ra te fin an icia l prin ting ................................
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
W e b - f e d .....................................................................................................................
O th e r fin an cia l and legal printing, (inclu d ing insuran ce form s,
se curity ce rtifica te s,e tc.) ..................................................................................
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
L itho grap h ic a dve rtisin g p r in tin g ...............................................................................
D irect m a il......................................................................................................................
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
W e b - fe d ......................................................................................................................
D isplay a d v e rtis in g .....................................................................................................
Posters, (including o u td o o r advertising, ca r cards) ...................................
S he e t-fe d ...............................................................................................................
C o un ter and flo o r d is p la y s ..................................................................................
S heet-fed ...............................................................................................................
Preprinted new sp a pe r in s e r ts .................................................................................
W eb-fed se ction s ...................................................................................................
O the r a dvertising printing, (including brochures, pam phlets, c a ta lo g
sheet, e tc . ) ............................................................................................................
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
W e b - fe d ......................................................................................................................
O the r lith og ra p hic g eneral job printing ...................................................................
C alendars and c a len d ar p a d s ...............................................................................
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
Ticket, coupon, and fo o d and beverage c h eck p r in tin g ..............................
Playing cards, p r in te d ................................................................................................
B usiness form s, e xcep t m a n ifo ld ..........................................................................
Q uick printing ...............................................................................................................
All o th e r general co m m e rcia l printing, n.e.c., s h e e t- fe d ..............................
All o th e r general co m m e rcia l printing, n.e.c., w e b-fed ................................
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 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 s a le s ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
B oo k prin ting ................................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
C o m m e rcial printing, n .e .c........................................................................................
L ette rp re ss g en eral jo b prin ting .......................................................................
M anifold business f o r m s ..........................................................................................

2752
2752-P
2752-1

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

125.9
126.0
121.9

126.6
126.7
122.8

127.0
127.1
123.0

3.6
3.4
1.3

.3
.3
.2

2752-11
2752-112
2 75 2-11 4
2752-2
2752-21
275 2-21 2
2752-217
2752-3
2752-31
275 2-31 2
275 2-31 4
2 75 2-32
2 75 2-32 A
275 2-32 2
2 75 2-32 B
275 2-32 4
2 75 2-32 6
2752-4
2 75 2-4A
2 752-412
2 752-4B
2 75 2-41 6
2 75 2-41 8

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

101.4
124.6
120.8
121.0
103.8
117.2
141.1
123.2
104.3
134.0
116.0
103.0
121.5
102.5
130.3
103.7
103.2
125.0
102.9
106.3
122.5
103.4

102.1
125.7
121.6
121.7
104.5
118.2
141.1
123.1
104.6
135.2
116.0
102.0
121.5

1.3
3.8
.7
3.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.9
4.0
5.7
3.1
.3
3.0
2.7
-5 .0
1.7

.2
0
.2
.2
.4
.3
0
.6
.5
.4
.6
1.2
1.7

(3)
126.3
103.7
98.7
125.1
102.9
106.3
122.5
103.3

102.3
125.7
121.8
122.0
104.9
118.6
141.1
123.9
105.1
135.7
116.7
103.2
123.6
104.4
126.3
103.7
98.7
125.5
102.9
106.4
122.5
103.3

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

2752-4C
2752-421
2752-5
2752-51
2752-512
2752-514
2752-52
2752-52A
2 752-522
2752-52B
2 752-526
2752-53
2 752-536

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

125.0
105.1
127.5
107.4
157.6
119.6
104.2

125.0
105.1
128.2
108.3
158.7
121.0
106.3

125.0
105.1
128.9
108.4
158.9
120.9
106.1

2.7
3.4
4.5
6.2
11.9
-.3
3.9

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

103.6
127.6
104.8
100.3
101.5

(3)
128.4
105.5
100.3
101.5

106.6
128.4
105.5
100.3
101.5

4.4
3.2
3.2
1.0
.9

(3)

C om m ercial printing, g r a v u re ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M agazine and p eriodical printing, (g ra v u re )..........................................................
Labels and w rappers, printing (g ra v u re )................................................................
Labels, cu sto m and stock, excluding c l o t h ......................................................
Flat, e xcep t pressure s e n s itiv e ..........................................................................
P rinted rolls and sh ee ts fo r packaging purposes, excluding bags,
envelopes, pouches, e tc ...................................................................................
A dvertising printing, (gravure) ....................................................................................
O the r general jo b printing, (g ra v u re ).......................................................................
A ll o th e r general co m m e rcia l printing n.e.c. (g ra v u re ).................................
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 con da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................

2754

0
0
0
.3
0
.1
0
0

(3)
2.7
2.6
6.4
.4
.4

(3)
0
0
.5
.1
.1
-.1
-.2

0
0
0
0

2 752-55
2752-551
2752-553
2752-6
2 752-63
2 752-636
2 752-644
2752-647
2752-691
2752-696
2752-698
2 75 2-69 9
2 752-S M
2752-M
2 75 2-X Y 9
2 7 5 2-Z 89
2 752-S
2732-S
2752-S S S
2 759-S
2759-6S
2 76 1 -S

1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 2
0 4 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 2

104.7
122.6
133.0
129.5

105.1
122.9
134.1
130.5

106.3
124.4
135.5
130.7

4.9
5.2
4.1
4.1

1.1
1.2
1.0
.2

(3)
(3)
132.7
116.5
105.5
106.5
103.9
162.0

(3)
(3)
133.5

(3)
(3)
4.0
1.3
6.0
5.4
3.3
11.1

(3)
(3)
2.1

(3)
107.8
107.6
104.5
162.0

(3)
(3)
136.3
116.5
107.5
107.0
105.0
162.0

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

120.1
110.6
124.7
126.9
121.2
135.3
131.5
106.7
130.4

120.1
110.6
124.7
128.5
121.4
137.2
134.0
109.1
131.1

120.1
110.6
124.7
128.4
121.3
136.6
134.5
109.0
130.1

6.9
1.8
9.2
4.0
3.0
4.4
4.8
6.0
3.7

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

2754-P
2754-1
2754-2
2754-22
2754-221

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

109.7
108.6
107.0
119.5
120.1
121.1

109.7
108.6
107.2
120.0
120.6
121.0

109.3
108.2
105.8
119.8
120.4
120.4

.9
.9
-.9
1.2
.7
-.7

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

0 6 /8 2

117.1

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

124.3
120.3

126.4
122.9

126.4
122.9

3.4
2.9

0
0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

118.3
116.2

118.5
116.9

118.5
116.7

1.0
2.7

0
-.2

2754-23
2754-5
2754-6
275 4-69 5
2 754-S M
2754-S
2754-S S S

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)

54

(3)

(3)
-.3
-.6
.5
0

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Index
base

C o m m e rical printing, n .e .c.........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s ................................
L e tterpress and screen printing
L e tterpress label and w ra p p e r p r in t in g ..............................................................
C u stom and sto ck labels, including Doraerea m ade o f p ap er f o i l .......
R olls p ressure sensitive, le tte rp re ss (s e lf-a d h e s iv e ).............................
P rinted rolls and sh ee ts fo r packing purposes ...........................................
O the r general jo b p rin tin g .......................................................................................
All o th e r com m ercial printing n.e.c., including maps, atlases, etc.
S creen p rocess printing, e xcep t te x tile s ............................................................
D e calcom anias and la b e ls ..................................................................................
D e calcom anias and pressure se nsitives (self-adhesive), excluding
la b e ls ..............................................................................................................
All o th e r screen process, n .e .c...........................................................................
E n g ra v in g ...........................................................................................................................
E n g ra v in g ......................................................................................................................
S ecurity e n g ra v in g ..................................................................................................
S ocial e n g ra v in g .....................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
C om m ercial printing, lith o g ra p h ic ..........................................................................
O the r se condary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2 759

M anifold business f o r m s ..........................................................................................................

cr

Nov.
1 9892

C Tl
D
C <
D D

P roduct
co de

o

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Mar.
1 9902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

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

134.8
102.9
132.0
121.7
117.7
115.7
129.8
138.2
136.7
128.2
105.4

135.2
103.2
132.3
121.2
118.1
121.0

135.1
103.1
132.2
120.0
118.1
120.1

1.8
2.1
1.8
-1 .2
.7
6.5

-0.1
-.1
-.1
-1 .0
0
-.7

(3)
139.3
137.9
128.9
106.5

(3)
140.7
139.2
128.9
106.5

(3)
2.3
2.4
5.2
5.2

(3)
1.0
.9
0
0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

132.2
126.8
116.7
116.7
107.0
121.1

132.2
126.8
117.0
117.0

132.2
126.8
117.4
117.4
108.3
122.6

4.3
.7
5.8
5.8

0
0
.3
.3

(3)
3.5

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

147.2
147.2
101.4

147.9
148.8
(3)

147.9
148.8
101.4

0
2.5
-2 .0

276

1 2 /8 3

123.9

123.2

124.5

-.6

1.1

M anifold business f o r m s ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
U nit set form s
S tock, including im p rin te d .......................................................................................
C arbon .
C arbonless
C ustom printed
Carbon .
C a rb o n le s s ...............................................................................................................
M anifold books, including sales, and pegboard accou ntin g s y s te m s ........
P egboard a ccou ntin g s y s te m s ..............................................................................
S ales and o th e r m a n ifold b o o k s ...........................................................................
C u stom ......................................................................................................................
C u stom co ntin uo u s form s, w ith o r w ith o u t carbon, m arginally pun che d
o r n o t ..........................................................................................................................
S elf m a ile r .....................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r cu sto m printed ..........................................................................................
O ne part ....................................................................................................................
M ultip le p arts ...........................................................................................................
C a rb o n ....................................................................................................................
C a rb o n le s s ............................................................................................................
S to ck co n tin u o u s f o r m s ...............................................................................................
S to ck sh elf form s
O ne part ..........
M ultiple parts .
C a rb o n ....................................................................................................................
C a rb on le ss ..
S to ck fo rm a t form s
M u ltip le parts .
A ll o th e r s to c k f o r m s .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Litho grap h ic co m m e rcia l p r in t in g ..........................................................................

2761

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

123.9
124.1
124.6
125.4
100.3
118.0
124.4
124.3
123.4
124.1
124.8
124.1
126.7

123.2
123.4
123.5
119.7

124.5
124.8
126.5
124.5

-.6
-.6
0

1.1
1.1
2.4
4.0

(3)
112.1
123.9
123.9
122.4
125.3
126.0
125.4
126.7

(3)
113.5
126.7
127.5
123.5
125.3
125.9
125.4
126.7

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

127.6
137.7
127.1
136.7
123.8
123.4
121.4
118.3
118.4
121.0
117.8
116.3
131.6
97.0
97.7
122.2

126.4
137.4
125.8
135.9
122.2
121.5
120.6
118.4
118.4
121.0
117.8
116.0
132.5
97.7
(3)
119.0

128.4
139.1
127.8
138.1
124.1
124.3
120.4
117.9
117.8
120.0
117.5
116.0
131.3
97.7
97.7
119.0

0 3 /8 4
0 6 /8 5
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

105.4
101.8
132.8
134.5

(3)
(3)
131.1
133.8

(3)
(3)
131.2
134.1

(3)
(3)
-1 .4
1.2

G re etin g card and publishing ................................................................................................

277

1 2 /8 5

117.3

115.5

118.3

3.6

2.4

G reeting card publishing ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P ublishers’ s a le s .............................................................................................................
S easonal greeting c a r d s ..........................................................................................
C o un ter c a r d s ..........................................................................................................
P ackaged cards (including boxed c a r d s ) ......................................................
N o n-seasonal greeting c a r d s ................................................................................
C o un ter c a r d s ..........................................................................................................
P ackaged cards (including boxed c a r d s ) ......................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2771

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

117.3
114.4
114.9
114.1
116.1
111.0
115.6
115.6
116.0

115.5
115.0
115.5
115.8

3.6
2.0
2.1
2.0
0
5.4
2.0
1.7
6.6

2.4

(3)
110.6

118.3
115.6
116.1
116.3
116.1
116.7
115.8
115.6
117.9

1 2 /8 5

115.1

115.6

116.3

1.0

.6

B lankbooks, lo ose le a f binders, and b ookbinding and related w o r k ........................

278

0 6 /8 5

121.4

122.6

122.7

4.4

.1

B la n kb o o ks and lo o se le a f b in d e rs ...................................................... .................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B la nkb oo k m a k in g ..........................................................................................................

2782

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

124.2
123.2
128.3

125.6
124.5
129.9

125.7
124.6
129.9

5.3
4.9
5.7

.1
.1
0

2759-P
2759-A
2759-2
2 75 9-2 A
2759-218
2759-2B
2759-6
2759-695
2759-7
2759-71
2759-711
2759-798
2759-B
2759-8
2759-811
2 759-812
2759-SM
2759-S
2752-S
2759-SS S

2 76 1 -P
2761-2
2761-21
2761-213
2761-215
2761-25
2761-253
2761-255
2761-3
2761-31
2761-32
276 1-32 3
2761-5
276 1-55
2 761-58
2761-581
2 76 1-58 2
276 1-58 2 2
276 1-58 2 4
2761-7
2761-76
2761-761
276 1-76 2
2761-7621
276 1-76 2 2
2 76 1-77
276 1-77 2
2 76 1-78
2 7 6 1 -SM
2 7 6 1 -M
2 7 6 1 -Z89
2 7 6 1 -S
2752-S

2 77 1 -P
2771-1
2 771-1A
2771-111
2771-112
2 77 1 -1B
2771-153
2771-155
2 77 1 -SM
2 77 1 -S

2782-P
2782-1

See footnotes at end of table.




55

(3)
122.6

(3)
115.2
115.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
0
0
.2
2.0
.9
3.2
2.6
.8
(3)
.8
2.0
.2

.1
-1 .4

(3)
0
0
0
(3)

(3)
1.2
2.3
2.9
.9
0
-.1
0
0
1.6
1.2
1.6
1.6
1.6
2.3
- .2

-3 .3

-.4

-3 .4
-3 .8
-2 .5

- .5

-2 .2

0
-.9
0

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

-.8
-.3

(3)
0
(3)
(3)
.1
.2

.5
.5

.4
(3)
1.3
.5

(3)
6.6

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 Mar. 1990 from —

Index
P roduct
co de

Index
b ase
Nov.
1 9892

B la n kb o o ks and lo o se le a f b ind e rs— C ontin u ed
C olum nar, ledger, and a cco u n t b o o k s ...............................................................
D iaries and a pp ointm e n t b o o k s ............................................................................
C h eckbooks, in serts and refills, excluding co ntin uo u s form s and die
c u t .............................................................................................................................
Letterpress p r o c e s s ...............................................................................................
L itho grap h ic p ro c e s s .............................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s b lan kb oo ks and p aper r u lin g ....................................................
O the r m iscellan eo u s b la n k b o o k s .....................................................................
L oo selea f binders and d e v ic e s ..................................................................................
Loo selea f binders, ring and prong type, including lo ose le a f m em o
b oo ks .......................................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s lo o se le a f bind e rs and d evice s ................................................
O th e r lo o se le a f b ind e rs and d e v ic e 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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
S ta tio ne ry p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
B ookbinding and re lated w o r k ................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Edition, library, tra de and o th e r h ardco ver b oo kbinding o f m aterials
printed e ls e w h e re ...................................................................................................
O the r boo ks n.e.c. including d ic tio n a rie s ...........................................................
Library binding including prebinding, rebinding, and h ardco ver
binding o f p e r io d ic a ls ........................................................................................
O the r b oo k and p am ph le t binding and re la ted w o r k ........................................
S o ft c o ve r bind in g o f b o o ks (49 pag es o r m o r e ) ...........................................
P am ph le t and o th e r s o ft c o v e r binding .............................................................
M e ch an ica l b inding o f p ro d u cts printed e ls e w h e re .......................................
M isce lla n e o u s b oo kbind in g w o rk and re la ted se rvice o p e ra tio n s on
m a terial p rin ted e ls e w h e r e .............................................................................
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 ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
O th e r s e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................

C T|
O
C C
O D
o cr

Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Mar.
1 9902

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2782-111
2782-135

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

126.7
111.6

127.8

127.8

(3)

(3)

2782-141
2782-14111
2 782-14112
2782-151
2 782-15155
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

128.6
127.9
129.1
116.5
114.1
113.9

128.6
128.0
129.1
116.5
(3)
114.5

128.6
128.0
129.1
116.5
114.1
114.8

5.8
5.6
6.8
.3
.7
3.2

(3)
.3

2782-233
278 2-23 9
2 782-23998
2782-SM
2782-M
2782-S
2648-S
2782-SS S

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

113.4
114.2
117.3

113.8
114.5
118.2

113.7
114.5
118.2

2.6
1.5
1.0

-.1
0
0

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

186.1
120.4
126.4
112.6

186.1
123.3
132.8
115.5

186.1
123.3
132.8
115.5

7.3
7.3
8.0
8.1

0
0
0
0

2789-P

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

111.9
112.2

112.2
112.3

112.4
112.4

2.0
1.4

.2
.1

2789-1
2789-116

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

111.1
118.1

111.4
118.1

112.2
118.1

2.0
3.3

.7
0

2789-141
2789-2
2 789-223
2 78 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

106.6
113.0
106.9
103.0
113.2

107.0
113.0
106.3
103.0
114.6

108.3
112.6
106.3
101.6
114.6

1.9
1.1
-.4
-.5
6.4

1.2
-.4
0
-1 .4
0

2789-291
2789-S M
2789-S
2 789-S S S

1 2 /8 5

121.4

121.4

121.4

1.5

0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

114.4
116.5

118.0
116.5

119.9
118.6

16.4
19.3

1.6
1.8

2 7 9 1 -P

2789

5.8
(3)

0.0
(3)
0
0
0
0

S ervice in du strie s fo r th e p rin ting t r a d e .............................................................................

279

0 6 /8 5

103.5

108.8

109.4

1.1

.6

T y p e s e ttin g .....................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H o t m etal and re la te d typ e se ttin g , inclu din g hand a nd m achine
c o m p o s itio n ...............................................................................................................
P ho tog ra ph ic typ e s e ttin g , inclu din g p h o to typ e se ttin g and p h o to le tte rin g
C o m p ute r c o n tro lle d , w ith p ag in atio n c a p a b ility .............................................
All o th e r p h o to ty p e s e ttin g ........................................................................................
S e co 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 ......................................................................................................

2791

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

109.4
109.6

109.9
110.2

110.0
110.2

1.0
.9

.1
0

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

104.6
111.3
111.1
112.8

(3)
112.1
111.9
113.8

(3)
112.2
111.8
115.7

(3)
1.4
1.1
3.9

(3)
.1
-.1
1.7

0 6 /8 5

102.6

102.6

(3)

(3)

(3)

P h o to e n g ra v in g ............................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P ho toe n gra vin g p late s m ade fo r o th e r s .................................................................
M ag ne siu m ...................................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
L itho grap h ic p late m a kin g se rvice s ......................................................................

2793

0 6 /8 5

110.8

114.5

116.7

7.8

1.9

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

110.0
115.3

114.1
119.8

116.3
118.5

8.4
8.1

1.9
-1.1

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

115.9
118.0
114.5

119.0
118.0
119.7

120.6
118.0
122.4

5.4
0
9.3

1.3
0
2.3

L itho grap h ic p latem aking s e rv ic e s .......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
L ithographic p la t e s .........................................................................................................
Diazo type p late s prepared fo r printing .............................................................
A ll o th e r lith og ra p hic p la te s ....................................................................................
L itho grap h ic plate m a kin g s e r v ic e s ...........................................................................
C o lo r co rre cted p ro cess positive s o r n egatives on f i l m ..............................
A ll o th e r f i l m .................................................................................................................
A ssem ble d fla ts fo r p latem aking ..........................................................................
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 .......................................................................................................
P hotoengraving ...........................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2795

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

106.8
106.5
105.4
109.2
109.3
107.0
106.2
105.5
113.2

106.7
106.4
105.3
109.1
109.3
106.9
106.0
105.3
113.2

107.6
107.0
104.7
107.9
109.3
108.0
106.0
105.3
120.7

.8
.6
-2.1
-3 .6
.8
1.7
.7
.7
7.6

.8
.6
-.6
-1.1
0
1.0
0
0
6.6

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

108.4
106.0
110.0

108.4
106.0
110.0

110.7
106.0
113.9

2.2
0
3.6

2.1
0
3.5

C hem icals and allied p r o d u c ts ..............................................................................................

28

1 2 /8 4

118.7

119.6

119.9

-.6

.3

Industrial inorganic ch em icals ................................................................................................

281

1 2 /8 4

115.4

116.2

116.0

-.6

-.2

A lka lie s and ch lorin e .................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C h lo rin e ...............................................................................................................................
Liquid c h lo r in e .............................................................................................................

2812

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

127.9
135.4
107.2
106.2

128.7
137.2
102.0
101.8

125.6
131.8
90.6
89.9

-2 .3
-1 .9
-24.1
-2 3 .7

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

2791-1
2 79 1-2
2791-211
279 1-21 2
27 9 1 -SM
2791 -S

2793-P
2793-1
2793-117
2793-S M
2793-S
2793-S S S
2795-S

2795-P
2795-1
2795-113
2795-129
2795-2
2795-231
2795-239
2795-241
2795-SM
2795-S
2793-S
2795-SS S

281 2-P
2812-1
2812-115

See footnotes at end of table.




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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
c o de

Index
Nov.
19892

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

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

152.3
154.6
155.6
153.4

158.2
161.6
168.5
150.2

1 2 /8 0

115.7

2 8 1 3-P
2 813-2
2813-3
2813-5
2813-6
2813-7

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

28 1 6-P
2816-1
2816-3
2816-331
2816-34
281 6-34 5

Feb. 1990

156.0
159.8

8.5
11.3

-1 .4
-1.1

(3)
149.2

(3)
9.5

(3)
- .7

114.8

115.5

-3 .2

.6

125.1
124.5
130.2

126.4
126.2
133.9

126.4
126.2
133.9

1.6
3.0
3.1

0
0
0

(3)
108.3
135.5
126.2

(3;
(3)
(3)
(3)

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

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

(3)
(3)
(3)
(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

144.6
145.0
151.7
133.5
125.8
184.4
184.4

145.4
146.1
152.2
135.4
133.6

145.4
145.8
152.2
134.8
131.5

8.0
7.8
10.0
4.1
3.5

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

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 3

126.5

127.0

126.7

4.4

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

144.6
115.3

(3)
(3)

145.6
116.1

9.6
-.2

28 1 9-P
2819-3
2 81 9-31 4
2819-331
2819-4
2819-44
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

116.3
125.4
i03.1
78.7
108.9
96.8
116.0
94.7

117.3
126.4
102.5

117.4
126.3
102.0

-.5
8.0
-1 .9

.1
-.1
-.5

(3)
108.2
100.4
116.0

(3)
107.7
99.0
116.0

(3)
-1 .8
3.3
.6

(3)
-.5
-1 .4
0

(3)

(3)

(3)

281 9-49 8
281 9-6
281 9-62 5

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

95.7
129.0
165.6

101.9
131.9

5.1
4.7
3.0

-2 .4
0

(3)

99.5
131.9
164.7

2819-671
2819-7
2 81 9-7A
2 819-73
2 819-738

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

131.0
111.9
108.0
90.8
84.9

(3)
113.9
110.1
90.0
84.3

131.0
113.0
109.0
90.4
84.3

0
1.5
1.4
-1 0 .0
-1 3 .2

(3)
-.8
-1 .0
.4
0

2819-739

1 2 /8 2

106.8

105.3

106.5

-2 .3

1.1

2819-788
2819-7B
2819-8
2819-811
2819-9
2819-9A
2 81 9-92 2
281 9-9F
281 9-98 4
2 819-9G

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

117.9
133.0

123.3
134.4

120.6
134.1

8.7
1.6

-2 .2
- .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

103.3
114.3
113.5
130.5
118.1
129.7
134.8

(3)
114.9
113.5
130.5
118.7

(3)
2.8
.6
.5
.8
3.3
.4

(3)
.3
.4
.4
1.6

(3)
134.1

(3)
115.3
113.9
131.0
120.6
136.6
134.0

(3)
-.1

281 9-99 8
2819-S M
2 8 1 9-S

A lka lie s and c h lo rin e — C o ntinued
S odium hydroxid e (ca u stic s o d a ) ........ ....................................................................
A ll o th e r c o nce ntratio ns - liq u id ............................................................................
50 p ercen t regular diaphragm g r a d e ..................... ......... ............................
50 p e rce n t fro m m e rcu ry ce ll ............................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

Mar. 1989

1 2 /8 2

151.8

151.6

151.6

1.6

0

1 2 /8 2

140.7

146.2

146.3

4.8

.1

1 2 /8 4

114.0

113.7

114.5

-5 .0

.7

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
12/81
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

137.8
128.5
127.0
110.9
159.5
126.2
119.2
135.3
139.0
130.4
150.8
127.2

136.9
126.2
124.6

138.4
127.7
126.4

-1 0 .3
-1 1 .9
-1 4 .2

1.1
1.2
1.4

(3)
157.0
126.1
113.8
144.8
132.7

(3)
(3)
125.1
113.9
145.8
132.3
131.0
139.4
123.2

(3)
(3)
-2 4 .7
-2 9 .3
-1 4 .8
-1 9 .5
-2 0 .4
-1 9 .0
-13.1

(3)
(3)
-.8
.1
.7
-.3

2812-3
2812-365
2812-36511
2 8 1 2-36 5 12
2 812-S M
2 8 1 2-S

Ind u stria l 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 industrial g a s e s .......................... ............................................ ...........................

2813

In o rg a nic p ig m e n ts .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Tita 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 oxide p ig m e n ts ..................................................................................................
C o lored lead p ig m e n ts .................................................. ..........................................
L ith a rg e ......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r c o lo r p igm ents, incl. iron blues, pearl essen ce, and co p p e r
o x id 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 ....................... ...........................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O the r secon da ry p r o d u c ts ............................................................ .........................

281 6

Industrial inorganic chem icals, n.e.c.....................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................. ...........
S ulfu ric acid (new and fo r tifie d ) .................................................................................
O le um g r a d e s ..............................................................................................................
O th e r tha n o leu m g ra d e s .........................................................................................
O th e r in orga n ic a cids (ex. sulfuric, nitric and p ho sp h o ric) .............................
H yd ro chloric acid ....................................................... ................................................
H yd ro fluo ric acid (w ithdraw n fro m system ) ......................................................
O the r inorganic acids, n.e.c., inc. boric, chrom ic, hydrocyanic, and
m ixed (sulf. and n itr ic ) ....................... ...............................................................
O th e r a lum in um Com pounds, n .e .c............................................................................
A lu m in um h ydroxide (trihydrate) ...........................................................................
O th e r alum inum co m p o u n d s (in. so diu m a lum inate, lig h t alum .
hydroxide, cryo lite and alum , e tc.) ..............................................................
P otassium and sodium co m p ou nd s (ex. bleaches, a lkalies and a lu m s )....
Sodium com p ou nd s (inc. sodium m etal) ...........................................................
Sodium p h o sp h a te s ..............................................................................................
S odium trip o lyp h o sp h a te (S T P P )..................................................................
O th e r se lecte d so diu m p h o sp h a te s (m ono, di, tri, a nd tetra b asic;
m eta- and acid p y r o ) ................................................................................
Sodium m etal and o th e r sodium co m p ou nd s (inc. sod. borate,
flouride, hydrosulfide, e t c . ) ....... ..................................................................
P otassium co m pounds, n .e .c...................................................................................
Inorganic ch em ical ca ta lytic preparations, n.e c
Inorganic ch em ical ca ta lytic preparations, n .e .c..............................................
O the r industrial inorganic ch em icals, n.e.c. ...
S elected alkali earth m etal co m pounds, n.e c
Barium and m agnesium co m p ou nd s (inc. bulk e psom s a lts ) ................
S e lecte d m e tallic m ineral co m p ou nd s, n.e.c
C opper, iron and silve r co m p ou nd s, n .e .c......................................................
O the r in orga n ic ch em icals, n .e .c............................................................................
O ther, inc. re a ge nt 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 eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts ............................................. ............................. ...........................

2819

2 81 6-39 8
2816-SM
281 6-S
2816-SS S

-.2
(3)
(3)

(3)

(3)

P la stic m a terials and syn th e tic resins, rubbers, and non-g la ss
282
P lastic m a terials a nd r e s in s ......................................................................... ..........................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
T h erm o pla stic r e s in s .....................................................................................................
N ylon r e s in s ..................................................................................................................
P olyester resins s a tu r a te d ......................................................................................
Low density polye thylen e r e s in s ...........................................................................
For film and s h e e tin g ............................................................................................
For all o th e r u s e s ............................................................................................. •••••
High d en sity p olye thylen e r e s in s ..........................................................................
For b low m o ld in g ....................................................................................................
For all o th e r u s e s .................................................................................................
P olypro p yle ne r e s in s ................................. .................... ..........................................

2821
282 1 -P
2821-3
2821-311
2821-321
2821-331
2821-33101
2821-33103
2821-341
2821-34101
282 1-34 1 02
2821-351

See footnotes at end of table.




57

(3)
(3)
126.1

(3)
(3)
-2 .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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P roduct
c o de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

P lastic m a terials and re sin s— C ontin u ed
For in je ction m olding ............................................................................................
F or fib e r and fila m e n t s .........................................................................................
S tyren e p lastics m a te r ia ls ........................................................................................
A ll o th e r styre ne p lastic m aterials inclu din g styre ne a crylo nitrile
(SAN) ..................................................................................................................
Vinyl and vin ylid en e resins
P olyvinyl c h lo r id e .......
O th e r engin ee rin g th e rm o p la stic r e s in s .............................................................
O th e r non -e ng in ee ring th e rm o p la stic r e s in s ....................................................
T h e rm o se ttin g resins ....................................................................................................
A lkyd resins ..................................................................................................................
P he n olic and o th e r ta r acid resins ......................................................................
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 the rm ose tting r e s in 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 .......................................................................................................

Mar.
1 9902

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2821-35101
2 8 2 1-35 1 02
2821-361

133.1
119.2
125.6

127.7
116.8
132.2

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

-4.1
-2 .0
5.3

0 4 /8 2
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2/81
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

131.2
111.7
108.5
98.8
132.5
135.5
111.0
167.0
136.5
174.7
130.0

132.9
103.5
100.5
99.9
133.0
133.6
112.1
158.7
136.5
164.3
129.5

133.3
108.4
105.3
96.7
132.5
133.7
111.0
158.3
136.5
163.8
129.5

-1 1 .3
-1 6 .0
-1 6 .0
-3 .3
0
-.7
1.4
-8 .5
-2 .6
-9 .7
5.0

.3
4.7
4.8
-3 .2
-.4
.1
-1 .0
-.3
0
-.3
0

1 2 /8 0

183.9

189.8

191.4

-4 .6

.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

110.0
109.7
95.8
97.0
89.4
117.9

112.5
112.5
99.6
102.9
94.4
118.3

113.8
114.4
102.7
106.9
97.2
117.7

3.9
2.9
-.1
2.4
14.9
-.8

1.2
1.7
3.1
3.9
3.0
-.5

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

124.4
124.4
137.3

125.1
125.1

125.2
125.2
139.0

7.1
7.1
13.1

.1
.1

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 9
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
1 2 /8 9
0 6/8 1
0 8/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
06/8 1
06/8 1
06/8 1
1 2 /8 9

103.6
104.8

103.9
106.0
102.0
104.9
110.2
100.7
111.3
151.3

4.6
6.6

(3)

(3)
100.0
100.1
100.0
100.3
98.7
112.8
104.9
108.7
99.6

103.6
105.6
101.8
104.8
109.7
100.6
111.1
150.9
116.1
104.8
101.6
100.0
100.2
100.0
101.3
98.7
111.9
106.4
106.6
103.7

0 6/8 1

(3)

94.1

94.1

1 2 /8 4

140.7

143.7

144.6

6.4

.6

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

148.1
145.6
104.9
107.6
107.2
101.4
117.6

148.9
145.6
105.3
108.0
96.3
101.9
117.1

151.3
148.6
108.7
108.3
97.3
119.2
117.6

4.7
4.6
5.9
3.1
-3 .0
14.8
-.7

1.6
2.1
3.2
.3
1.0
17.0
.4

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 7

116.1
87.4
85.8
125.8

115.6
84.5
82.0
126.7

116.3
84.9
82.5
126.2

- .2
1.2
-4 .3
-7 .8

.6
.5
.6
-.4

1 2 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

167.7
151.0

167.7
158.7

167.7
158.7

2.3
7.1

0
0

2833-P
2833-1
2833-2
2833-201
2833-204

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
99.8
98.8
104.3
96.9
74.7

103.5
100.7
99.6
105.5
97.1

1.2
1.4
1.4
1.0
-4.1
2.0

0
.1
0
.6
0

(3)

103.5
100.8
99.6
106.1
97.1
75.7

2833-205

0 6 /8 2

114.7

114.6

114.6

.5

2823

N o n ce llu lo sic m a n m ad e f ib e r s ..............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N ylon fibers, exc p ro d u ce r textu re d y a r n ..............................................................
Yarn, exc pro du cer te x tu re d ...................................................................................
S taple, tow , and fiberfill ...........................................................................................
P olyester fibers, exc p ro du cer textu re d y a r n .......................................................
Y arn, exc p ro du cer te x tu r e d ...................................................................................
Industrial ....................................................................................................................
O ther, including high d en ie r textile yarn .......................................................
Staple, tow and fib erfill ............................................................................................
S ta p le ..........................................................................................................................
T o w and fib e r fill.......................................................................................................
P olyolefin fibers, exc pro du cer textu re d y a r n ......................................................
Yarn, exc p ro du cer te x tu r e d ...................................................................................
S taple, tow , and fib erfill ...........................................................................................
O the r fibers, exc pro du cer textu re d y a r n ..............................................................
Producer textu re d yarn .................................................................................................
Nylon ...............................................................................................................................
C a r p e t .........................................................................................................................
O 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 ......................................................................................................

137.5
123.3
127.1

2822

C e llu lo sic m an m ad e f ib e r s ......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R a y o n ..................................................................................................................................

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

2 82 1-36 1 04
2821-371
2821-37101
2821-381
282 1-39 9
2821-4
2821-401
2821-421
2821-42101
2 821-42102
2821-499
2 82 1 -SM
2 82 1 -S

S ynth etic r u b b e r ..........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S tyrene b utadiene ( S B R ).............................................................................................
S tyrene b utadiene - 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 eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

2824

2822-P
2822-1
2822-111
2822-2
282 2-8
2 822-S M

2823-P
2823-2

2824-P
2824-1
2824-112
2824-113
2824-3
2824-311
2824-31111
2 824-31113
2824-331
2824-33111
2 824-33112
2824-4
2824-411
2824-412
2824-5
2824-6
2824-612
2824-61211
2 824-61212
2824-SM
2824-S
283

B iological p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................................
Prim 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 b lood derivatives, fo r hum an u s e .......................................................
O the r bloo d d erivative s or fra ctions, excep t tho se used fo r passive
im m u n iz a tio n .........................................................................................................
Biological p ro du cts fo r ve te rina ry use, e xcep t d ia g n o s tic s .............................
V accines, bacterins, toxo id s & o th e r a ntig en s fo r active im m unization
Biological pro du cts fo r industrial & o th e r uses ...................................................
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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2831

M edicinal ch em icals and b ota nica l pro du cts (in bulk) ..................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S ynth etic o rganic m edicinal c h e m ic a ls ...................................................................
O the r m e dicinals and b o ta n ic a ls ..............................................................................
B otanical drugs ...........................................................................................................
O the r inorganic m e d ic in a ls .....................................................................................
M ixtures o f tw o o r m ore su bsta nce s fo r the ra p eu tic o r p ro phylactic
u s e ...........................................................................................................................

2833

2831 -P
2 83 1 -A
2831-A21
2 83 1 -A22
2831-A 27
2831-1
2831-119
2831-8
2831-814
2831-9
283 1 -SM
283 1 -M
2 8 3 1-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Feb.
19902

58

(3)
105.6
103.6
(3)
109.1
(3)
115.8
104.8
101.6
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
112.0
(3)
106.3

(3)

(3)
104.8

(3)
4.4
2.2
(3)
13.1
(3)
13.7
12.2
12.1
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1.9
(3)
2.9
(3)

(3)
-.3
-.4
- .2
-.1
-.5
-.1
-.2
-.3
(3)
0
(3)
0
.1
0
1.0
0
-.8
1.4
-1 .9
4.1
0

(3)

(3)
0

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P roduct
co de

Index
Nov.
19892

M e d icin al ch e m ica ls and b ota nica l p ro du cts (in b ulk)— C ontin u ed
O th e r m ixtures o f tw o o r m ore s u b s ta n c 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 ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
P ha rm ace utica l p re p a ra tio n s ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P ha rm ace utica l prepa 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 ......................................................................................
A spirin, APC and re la ted ................................................................................
A n tia rth ritic s ..................................................................................................................
A n tic o n v u ls a n ts ...........................................................................................................
S ystem ic a n tih is ta m in e s ...........................................................................................
S ystem ic a n ti-in fe c tiv e s ............................................................................................
B road and m edium sp ectrum a n tib io tic s .......................................................
C e ph a losporins ...................................................................................................
E ry th ro m y c in s ......................................................................................................
T e tracycline s .......................................................................................................
O the r broad and m edium spectrum a ntib io tics ......................................
S ystem ic p e n ic illin s ...............................................................................................
U rinary a ntib acte ria ls ............................................................................................
B ronchial th e r a p y .......................................................................................................
C a nce r the ra p y p ro du cts .........................................................................................
C ard io vascu la r th e ra p y .............................................................................................
A ntih yp erte nsive d r u g s .........................................................................................
V aso d ila to rs .............................................................................................................
O the 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 reparations .........................................................
C ough and cold p re p a ra tio n s .................................................................................
Nasal d e c o n g e s ta n ts ............................................................................................
D e rm atological p re p a ra tio n s ...................................................................................
A cne p re p a ra tio n s ..................................................................................................
F u n g ic id e s .................................................................................................................
T o pical a n ti- in fe c tiv e s ...........................................................................................
A n tip ru ritic s ...............................................................................................................
D iabetes th e r a p y ........................................................................................................
D iuretics .........................................................................................................................
H o rm ones .....................................................................................................................
M uscle re la x a n ts .........................................................................................................
N u trie nts and s u p p le m e n ts .....................................................................................
O pth alm 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 ajor tranquilizers .............................................................................................
M inor tranquilizers .............................................................................................
A n tid e p re s s a n ts ......................................................................................................
S ed a tives ......................................................................................................................
V ita m in s ..........................................................................................................................
A d u lt m ultivitam ins .................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s p rescription p ha rm aceutical p re p a ra tio n s ............................
P harm aceutical preparations, n on -p re scrip tion ...................................................
Analgesics, internal (e xcept a n tia rth ritic s )........................................................
N on-aspirin (including e ffe rve sen t) ..................................................................
A nta cid s .........................................................................................................................
A ntise p tics and a ntib acte ria ls ................................................................................
Cough and cold p re p a ra tio n s .................................................................................
Cough syrups, elixirs, e xpe ctoran ts, drops, lozenges, gum s, tro che s
C old tablets, ca psules (including a ntih istam in e cold p re p a ra tio n s ).....
D e c o n g e s ta n ts .........................................................................................................
O th e r co ugh and co ld prepa ra tion s, inc. d eco n g e sta n t and
antih istam in e m ix tu re s ..................................................................................
D e rm a to lo g ic a ls ...........................................................................................................
A cn e p re p a ra tio n s ..................................................................................................
A n tip ru ritic s ...............................................................................................................
O th e r d e rm a to lo g ica ls ..........................................................................................
E xte rn a l a n a lg esics and c o u n te rirrita n ts ............................................................
L a x a tiv e s .......................................................................................................................
N u trie nts and s u p p le m e n ts .....................................................................................
V ita m in s ..........................................................................................................................
A d u lt m u ltiv ita m in s .................................................................................................
B -co m p lex .................................................................................................................
O th e r v ita m in s ..........................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s n on -p re scrip tio n p h a rm a ce utica l p re p a ra tio n 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 re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

Mar.
1 9902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2 83 3-20 5 95
2833-S M
2833-S
2833-S S S

0 6 /8 2

123.6

(3)

123.6

0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

117.0
118.3

113.9
114.9

113.5
114.5

-1 .6
-1 .6

-0 .4
-.3

2834-P
2834-1
283 4-10 2
2834-1021
283 4-10 2 2
2834-10229
2834-105
2834-107
2834-109
2834-111
2834-1111
2834-11111
2834-11113
2834-11114
2834-11119
2834-11129
2834-11139
2834-118
2834-119
2834-121
2834-12119
2834-12129
2834-12191
2834-123
2834-125
2834-12512
2834-126
2834-12611
2834-12619
2834-12631
2834-12641
2834-127
2834-128
2834-135
2834-139
2834-141
2834-142
2834-144
2834-1441
2834-14411
2834-14412
2834-1442
2834-145
2834-148
2 834-14819
2834-198
2834-2
2834-201
2834-20102
2834-202
2834-206
2834-208
2834-20819
2834-20831
2 83 4-20 8 49

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 8 /8 1
10/81
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

194.5
198.6
214.3
280.6
268.7
288.5
337.4
154.9
245.8
276.0
167.9
158.0
190.5
105.9
180.2
108.2
157.8
246.8
254.5
342.2
2 26.5
225.4
198.7
228.6
390.3
227.9
132.1
263.7
121.6
214.3
101.0
238.8
160.0
197.2
172.2
231.2
204.0
299.5
316.7
126.3
115.3
136.0
120.6
453.0
172.1
207.3
220.0
164.0
201.6

199.4
203.9
221.0
295.2
272.3
305.8
365.9
156.5
258.6
305.3
171.6
162.2
198.7
108.0
184.9
108.3
157.3
257.9
266.3
361.8
239.7
235.9
211.6
243.5

200.5
205.2
221.7
295.2
272.3
305.8
365.9
143.7
258.6
305.3
171.6
162.1
198.7
108.0

7.2
7.9
9.1
11.7
1.8
13.9
11.6
-3 .9
14.2
18.0
5.8
4.6
9.8
3.5

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

(3)
108.4

(3)
-7 .4

(3)
.1

(3)
10.8
9.7
7.3
9.6
6.9
9.6
11.9
22.1
11.6
11.4
12.3
18.8
10.5
4.0
22.0
11.1
12.4
10.6
14.7
8.0
16.1
13.1
15.6
12.9
18.0
8.1
23.1
2.8
.4
7.5
2.6
1.2

(3)

(3)
227.9
132.1
279.2
129.3
219.5
104.4
266.4
162.1
209.1
153.0
253.2
215.4
307.0
332.2
132.6
125.2
139.2
126.2
467.3
174.7
209.0
223.4
165.3
201.8

(3)
257.8
266.3
361.8
239.9
236.4
211.6
243.5
429.5
238.6
134.1
279.6
129.3
222.3
104.4
266.4
162.1
209.0
171.2
253.2
215.4
303.2
329.3
131.0
121.8
139.2
126.2
467.2
174.3
208.2
223.2
165.3
201.8

(3)
165.6
150.8
177.0
148.8
187.1
210.3

(3)
165.6
151.9
178.6
151.9

(3)
165.6
151.9
179.9
153.3

(3)
2.9
.7
4.5
3.9

(3)

(3)
212.7

(3)
226.8

(3)
10.2

(3)
6.6

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

182.5
167.2
152.7
106.4
194.1
109.2
149.8
106.5
130.3
129.4
128.5

183.8
168.0

178.2
162.9

3.0
0

-3 .0
-3 .0

(3)
106.8
184.9
99.0
159.4
106.5
132.2
129.6
131.1
140.0
181.8

(3)
1.2
-2 .4
-9 .2
6.4
3.1
3.6
1.9
7.9

(3)
181.8

(3)
106.8
194.7
109.9
159.4
106.5
130.6
130.5
128.5
131.2
181.8

0

(3)
0
-5 .0
-9 .9
0
0
1.2
-.7
2.0
6.7
0

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

189.8
189.8
168.6

198.3
198.3
169.0

198.3
198.3
168.6

4.5
4.5
1.0

0
0
-.2

283 4

2834-20851
2 83 4-20 9
2834-20901
2 83 4-20 9 05
2 83 4-20 9 09
2834-211
283 4-21 6
283 4-21 7
2834-221
2834-22101
283 4-22 1 02
2 83 4-22 1 09
283 4-29 8
2834-S M
2834-M
2 83 4-Z 89
2834-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Feb.
19902

59

(3)

(3)

0
0
0
.1
.2
0
0
(3)
4.7
1.5
.1
0
1.3
0
0
0
0
11.9
0
0
-1 .2
-.9
-1 .2
-2 .7
0
0
0
-.2
-.4
-.1
0
0
0
0
.7
.9

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P roduct
c o de

Index
Nov.
19892

P ha rm ace utica l p re p a ra tio n s— C ontin u ed
B io log ica l p ro d u cts ....................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
C o sm e tics and to ile tr ie s ...........................................................................................
Soap, d ete rg en ts, and cleaning preparations, perfum es, c o sm e tics and o th e r
to ile t p re p a ra tio n s ....................................................................... ......................................

2 8 3 1 -S
2834-SS S
2844-S

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

C T|
D
C C
D D
o cr

Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

283.2
168.8
107.0

284.4
169.2
107.1

Mar.
1 99 0 2

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

283.6
169.0
106.4

-2 .0
-2 .9
2.4

-0 .3
-.1
-.7

284

1 2 /8 4

114.5

115.3

115.4

1.7

.1

S oa p a nd o th e r d e te rg e n ts .....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S oa p and d e te rg e n ts, n on ho u seh o ld .....................................................................
A cid -typ e c le a n e r s .....................................................................................................
M e tal c le a n e r s .........................................................................................................
Liquid m e tal c le a n e r s ........................................................................................
S ynth etic o rg a n ic d e te rg e n ts, n o n h o u s e h o ld ...................................................
Dry (po w de rs) ..........................................................................................................
Dry (pow ders), a n io n ic base ..........................................................................
L iq u id ...........................................................................................................................
Liquid, a n io n ic b a s e ...........................................................................................
Liquid, n on io nic o r o th e r b a s e ......................................................................
Soaps, e xcep t sp ecia lty cleaners, n o n h o u s e h o ld .........................................
L iq u id ...........................................................................................................................
O th e r n on h o u se h o ld soap, inclu din g m e ch a n ics’ hand s o a p ...............
A lka lin e d ete rg en ts, n o n h o u s e h o ld .....................................................................
M a ch ine d ishw ash in g c o m p o u n d s ...................................................................
D r y ...........................................................................................................................
O th e r liquid a lkaline d ete rg en ts ........................................................................
Dry a lkaline d ete rg en t hard surface c le a n e r s .............................................
H ousehold d e te rg e n ts ...................................................................................................
S ynth etic o rg an ic d etergents, h ousehold ..........................................................
D r y ................................................................................................................................
H eavy duty, p ho sph a te b a s e d ......................................................................
H eavy duty, p ho sph a te f r e e ...........................................................................
L iq u id ......... .................................................................................................................
Light d u t y ...............................................................................................................
H e a v y -d u ty ............................................................................................................
A lka lin e d ete rg en ts, h o u s e h o ld .............................................................................
H ousehold soap, e xc e p t sp ecia lty c le a n e r s .........................................................
T o ile t soaps, e xcluding m e d icate d soaps .........................................................
B a r 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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
A ll o th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts .................................................................................
P olishes and sa nita tion g o o d s ..............................................................................
S u r fa c ta n ts ....................................................................................................................

2841
2 8 4 1 -P
2841-1
2 84 1 -1 A
2 841-17
2 84 1-17 7
2 8 4 1 -1B
2841-1 BA
2841-141
2 8 4 1 -1B B
2 84 1-14 5
2841-149
2 84 1-1C
284 1-11 4
284 1-11 9
2 8 4 1 -1D
2841-1 DA
2841-123
2841-125
2841-126
2841-2
2 841-2A
284 1-2 AA
2841-224
2841-226
2 84 1 -2AB
2841-231
2841-235
2841-21
2841-3
2841-311
2841-313
2 84 1 -SM
2 84 1 -M
2 8 4 1-S
2 84 1 -SSS
2842-S
2843-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 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 7 /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

113.6
111.7
125.8
112.8
111.4
111.4
130.0
100.0
127.5
101.4
135.0
125.5
100.1

114.1
112.1
127.4
112.8
111.4
111.4
130.7
100.9
128.3
101.8
135.4
125.2
100.1
100.1
108.9
132.3
103.5
148.7
124.0
126.3
101.0
99.4
109.3
110.4
95.5
84.5
84.6
92.2

-1 .0
-2 .6
5.3
.7

(3)
108.9
129.3
100.0
141.2
121.7
125.4
100.9
99.3
109.1
110.4
94.4
84.4
84.6
92.2
106.6
131.5
132.8
100.0

114.0
112.1
127.5
112.8
111.4
111.4
130.3
100.0
127.5
101.7
135.4
125.9
100.1
100.1
108.9
132.8
104.4
150.7
123.9
126.3
100.9
99.4
109.2
110.4
95.2
84.4
84.6
92.1

.1
0
-.1
0
0
0
.3
.9
.6
.1
0
-.6
0
0
0
-.4
-.9
-1 .3
.1
0
.1
0
.1
0
.3
.1
0
.1

(3)
131.5
132.8
100.0

(3)
131.5
132.8
100.0

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

127.5
116.5
117.5
138.7
93.7

127.5
117.6
119.5
139.6
95.8

S pecialty cleaning, polishing and sanitation p re p a ra tio n s ...........................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ousehold blea ch es .....................................................................................................
Liquid, less than 7 % ch lorin e o r e qu iva le nt oxidizing a g e n t......................
Dry, less than 5 0% ch lorin e o r e qu iva le nt oxidizing a g e n t........................
S pe cia lty cle an in g a nd sa nita tion p ro d u cts ..........................................................
G la ss w in d o w cle an in g p re p a ra tio n s ...................................................................
T o ile t b ow l c le a n e rs a nd drain p ipe s o lv e n t s ..................................................
T o ile t b ow l c le a n e r s ..............................................................................................
Drain pipe s o lve n ts ................................................................................................
D isin fe cta n ts fo r uses o th e r th a n agricultu ra l ..................................................
D e od o ra nts, n o n pe rso n al .......................................................................................
A eroso l t y p e .............................................................................................................
O the r deo do ra n ts, n onpersonal
H o use h old laundry aids ..........
Fa bric so fte n e rs and rinses
L iq u id ......................................
O th e r spec, dete rg . incl. sw e ep in g cm pds., w a te rle ss nana cmrs.,
iron in g aids, and w a ll c ln r s .............................................................................
P olishing p re p a ra tio n s and re la ted p r o d u c t s .......................................................
A u to m o b ile b od y p o lish e s and c le a n e rs ............................................................
Furniture p olishe s a nd c le a n e rs ............................................................................
F lo o r p o lis h ...................................................................................................................
W a te r e m u ls io n ........................................................................................................
Liquid (o th e r tha n w a te r em u lsio n) ..................................................................
L e a th e r d re ssin g s and fin ishe s, exclud in g sh oe p o lis h ...............................
R e la te d p ro du cts, inclu din g m etal polish a nd polishin g clo th s and
p ap ers ....................................................................................................................
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 re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
S oap a nd o th e r d e te rg e n ts ....................................................................................
A ll o th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .............................. ..................................................
A gricultural chem icals, n .e .c....................................................................................

2842
2842-P
2842-2
2842-243
2 84 2-25 3
2842-3
2842-311
2842-331
2842-33111
2842-33121
2 84 2-33 2
2842-38
2842-381
2 842-385
284 2-39
2 84 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

116.9
118.9
120.1
119.8
121.6
119.3
109.2
127.2
100.7
105.8
122.3
117.3
123.0
110.2
123.5
123.5
104.1

2 84 2-39 9
284 2-4
2842-411
284 2-41 5
2 84 2-42
2842-421
284 2-42 3
284 2-46 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 7 /8 3
0 6 /8 9

100.6
116.6
109.2
119.3
111.3
109.2
120.5
95.9

2 84 2-49 8
2842-S M
2 842-M
2 84 2-Z 89
2 842-S
2 8 4 1 -S
2842-SS S
2879-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

See footnotes at end of table.




60

(3)
(3)
4.1
(3)
1.4
(3)
7.5
3.6
(3)
(3)
(3)
8.4
(3)
13.2
6.4
7.5
-6 .7
-8 .3
1.5
-.1
(3)
(3)
-3 0 .6
(3)
(3)

(3)
0
0

0
0
0

127.5
117.8
119.4
140.1
96.5

4.8
4.0
-.5
10.6

0
.2
-.1
.4
.7

117.0
119.0
120.2
119.8
122.3
119.1
110.6
121.3
93.0
107.5
124.6
117.4
123.0
110.3
123.5
123.5

117.7
119.5
120.4
119.8
124.7
120.1
111,1
123.3
95.5
107.5
124.5
120.4
123.0
114.3
123.5
123.5

3.2
3.4
5.5
6.0

(3)

(3)

(3)

101.3
117.3

101.5
116.4

(3)
-1 .4

(3)
(3)
111.7

(3)
119.5
111.7

(3)
1.7

(3)
(3)

(3)
124.1
95.9

(3)
124.1
95.9

(3)
(3)
7.6

(3)

125.4

131.3

130.3

5.6

-.8

96.3
96.3
120.7
127.3
110.2
122.3

97.1
97.1
120.8
127.7
109.3
123.5

97.6
97.6
122.1
128.2
110.9
126.3

(3)
1.1
3.1
5.8
-1 .2
4.1

.5
.5
1.1
.4
1.5
2.3

(3)

(3)

(3)
4.3
4.7
3.3
(3)
(3)
4.1
4.9
(3)
4.7
4.7
4.7

(3)

.6
.4
.2
0
2.0
.8
.5
1.6
2.7
0
-.1
2.6
0
3.6
0
0
(3)
.2
-.8

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 M ar 1990 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
> CD
O 00

Z 05

2843
S urfa ce -a ctive a g e n t s ............................................................................................ ...................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
T e xtile and le a th e r a ssistan ts and fin ishe s .........................................................
A s s is ta n ts ......................................................................................................................
T e xtile ...
L ea the r
2 843-135
F inishes
2 84 3-16
T e xtile ...
2843-161
L e a th e r.,
2843-165
B ulk su rfa ce -a ctive a ge nts (s u rfa c ta n ts )...............................................................
A n io n ic ......................................... ..................................................................................
S ulfo n ic a c id s ...........................................................................................................
S ulfuric acid este rs ...............................................................................................
O the r anionic s u rfa c ta n ts ................................................................ ...................
C a tion ic ..........................................................................................................................
N o n io n ic .........................................................................................................................
C arboxylic acid a m id e s ....................................................................................... .
O the r non io nic s u rfa c ta n ts ..................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t 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

2843-P
2843-1
2843-13
2843-131

1 2 /8 3
0 7 /8 9

123.9
125.6
116.6
116.4
118.9
105.5
116.7
114.8

(3)

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
19902

125.6
128.3
117.6
117.9
120.7
105.5
117.4
115.5
100.6
131.2
120.7
133.4

125.0
127.8
117.4
117.6
120.4
105.5
117.3
115.3
100.6
130.6
120.7
133.4

Mar. 1989

3.3
3.8
4.0
4.1
4.8
.5

Feb. 1990

3.3
.6
1.4

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

(3)

(3)

(3)
1.5

(3)

2843-5
2843-53
2843-535
2843-537
2843-539
2843-55
2843-57
2843-571
2 843-579
2843-S

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
0 7 /8 9
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

128.2
120.7
133.4

2844-P
2844-1
284 4-15 6
2844-2
2 844-2A
2844-211
2844-223
2844-232
2844-23201
2844-23 2 02
2844-3
2 844-3A
2844-321
2844-3B
2844-341
2 844-36A
2844-363
2844-31
2 8 4 4-31 A
284 4-31 6
2844-337
2844-351
2844-4
2844-421
2844-5
2844-51
2 844-51A
2844-511
2844-512
2844-513
2844-514
2 84 4-51 B
2844-515
2844-516
2844-518

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
03 '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

152.2
154 3
138.3
127.1
167.0
150.7
145.6
160.1
175.9
123.8
124.3
145.2
142.7
136.6
155.1
161.6
123.7
155.2
104.3
102.0
97.5
147.2
185.2
137.0
133.2
159.1
155.2
169.9
204.3
155.9
169.1
151.6
141.9

(3)

2 844-519
2844-52A
2844-521
2844-522

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

135.7
163.6
132.1
154.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

2 844-523
2844-52B
2844-52C
2 844-528
2844-53
2844-54
2844-543
2844-56
2844-561
2844-59
2844-SM
2844-M
2844-Z 89
2844-S

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

198.0
164.0
156.7
139.8
147.7
157.7
170.8

199.3
172.6
165.8
140.3
147.9
163.2

198.9
170.1
163.1
140.3
147.9
163.2

2.3
5.7
5.7
-6 .7
.6
4.4

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

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

129.0

128.7

128.7

8.2

0

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

103.8
103.5
218.2

103.7
103.5
218.2

103.7
103.5
218.4

.5
.5
5.2

0
0
.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

138.9
113.9
139.4

139.1
120.0
143.2
100.0
122.3
115.4

139.1
117.5
143.0
100.0
121.7
114.7

-1 .0
1.4

154.0
156.4
139.7
129.4
169.6
152.2

154.0
156.4
139.7
129.4
170.1
152.0
145.6
163.3
180.0
127.4
125.4
146.1
144.2
138.0
154.5
165.5
123.0
154.0
104.6
100.9
96.5
155.7
185.2
136.8
132.8
161.8
155.2
169.5
204.3
153.0
169.1
152.8
142.2
135.8
110.3

3.3
3.4
4.1
6.2
5.8
1.3
.8
2.0
8.2
9.3
5.9
0
-2 .5
-2 .5
.8
3.4
.6
-.3
-10.1
-1 1 .3
-12.1
10.5
7.4
1.3
1.6
4.4
2.4
4.0
8.3
3.6
.2
2.8
.6
1.3
-1.1

-.4
-.1
-.3
0
-1 .9
0
.5
0
0
0

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

136.2
167.7
140.1

136.2
167.2
139.6

(3)
122.5
117.6

7.1
1.5
5.5

(3)

0
-2.1
-.1
0
-.5
-.6

T o ile t p re p a ra tio n s .....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .......
S having pre pa ra tion s
A fte rsh a ve p re p a ra tio n s ...........................................................................................
Perfum e, to ile t w ater, and c o lo g n e ..........................................................................
P e r fu m e ................
P erfum e oil m ixtures and b le n d s ......................................................................
Liquid and solid p e r fu m e .....................................................................................
C o lo gn e and to ile t w a t e r ..........................................................................................
C o lo gn e .....................................................................................................................
T o ile t w a t e r ..............................................................................................................
H air p re p a ra tio n s ............................................................................................................
H air to n ics and rinses ..............................................................................................
Hair to n ics (including c o n d itio n e rs )..................................................................
H air dre ssing s and s p r a y s ......................................................................................
H air d re s s in g s ..........................................................................................................
H air s p r a y s ...............................................................................................................
A eroso l hair s p ra y s ............................................................................................
S h a m p o o s .....................................................................................................................
S yn th e tic o rg an ic d e te rg e n t...............................................................................
Liquid syn th e tic o rg an ic d e te rg e n t ..............................................................
P erm a ne nts - b oth h om e and c o m m e rc ia l.......................................................
H air coloring p reparations ......................................................................................
D e ntifrices .........................................................................................................................
T o o th p a s te ....................................................................................................................
O the r co sm e tics and to ile t p re p a ra tio n s ...............................................................
C ream s and lo tions ...................................................................................................
C ream s ......................................................................................................................
C leansing c r e a m s ..............................................................................................
Foundation c r e a m s ............................................................................................
L ubricating cream s, including h orm one c r e a m s .....................................
O the r cream s ......................................................................................................
Lotions and oils ......................................................................................................
Suntan lo tions and sunscreens, including o ils ........................................
C leansing lo tions ...............................................................................................
Hand lotions .........................................................................................................
O the r lo tion s & oils, including p etroleum je llie s but excluding
hair, a fte rsh ave & bath o i l s ....................................................................
C osm etics .....................................................................................................................
Lip preparations (lipstick, lip gloss, e t c . ) .......................................................
B lushers (rouges), excluding lip r o u g e ..........................................................
Eye pre pa ra tion s (m ascara, eye sh ad ow s, eye liners, eye cream s,
e tc.) .....................................................................................................................
D e od o ra nts ...................................................................................................................
U nderarm d e o d o ra n ts ...........................................................................................
Liquid, cream and roll-on d e o d o ra n ts ........................................................
M anicure p re p a ra tio n s ..............................................................................................
Pow ders .........................................................................................................................
Face p o w d e r s ..........................................................................................................
B ath oils and s a lt s .....................................................................................................
Bath oils and salts .................................................................................................
O the r co sm e tics and to ile t p reparations ...........................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts
R esales ................
S e co n da ry pro du cts

2844

P aints and a llied p ro du cts .......................................................................................................

285

0 6 /8 3

121.7

123.0

123.5

5.1

.4

Paints and A llie d P ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2851

0 6 /8 3

121.7

123.0

123.5

5.1

.4

See footnotes at end of table.




61

(3)
108.4

(3)
163.5
179.1
126.4
125.7
145.6
143.5
137.3
154.3
163.4
123.0
154.0
105.4
101.8
97.4
146.9
185.2
136.9

(3)
162.5
155.4
170.0
204.3
155.9
169.1
152.1
142.2
135.8
110.3

1.6
4.8
7.7

0
0
0
0
.3
-.1

(3)
-.1
.5
.8
-.2
.3
.5
.5
.1
1.3
0
0
-.8
-.9
-.9
6.0
0
-.1

(3)

0
-.3
-.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
perce n t change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

P aints and A llied P ro du cts— C ontin u ed
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A rch itectu ra l coatin gs, inclu din g a rch ite ctu ra l lacqu e rs ...................................
E x te r io r ...........................................................................................................................
S o lv e n t-ty p e .............................................................................................................
P aints and tin ting bases, including barn and ro o f p a in t s ....................
Stains, including shing le 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 olven t-type .............................................................................................................
S em igloss, egg she ll and satin p ain ts and tin ting base s .....................
W a te r -ty p e .................................................................................................................
Flat pain ts and tin tin g b a s e s ..........................................................................
S em igloss, e g g she ll and satin p aints and tin ting b ase s .....................
O th e r in terior w a te r th in n e d co a tin g s ........................................................
P ro du ct fin ishe s fo r original e q u ip m e n t m a n ufa ctu re rs (O EM), exclud in g
m arine c o a t in g s ......................................................................................................
T ra n sp o rta tio n finishes, e xce p t pow d e re d and high -so lid s c o a t in g s ......
A u to m o b ile f in is h e s ...............................................................................................
O the r tra nsp o rtatio n e qu ipm ent finishes, including a ircra ft and
ra ilr o a d ................................................................................................................
W ood fin is h e s ..............................................................................................................
W ood furniture, cabinet, and fixture fin is h e s ...............................................
W ood and co m p ositio n board fla t s tock fin is h e s .......................................
Sheet, strip and coil coatings, including sidings, excluding
c o n ta in e r s .............................................................................................................
C o nta in er and clo sure fin ishe s .............................................................................
M achinery and e qu ip m e nt finishes, including road building and farm
im p le m e n t.............................................................................................................
M etal furniture and fixture fin is h e s ......................................................................
H igh-solids fin ishe s (over 62.5 p ercen t s o lid s ) ...............................................
O the r p ro du ct finishes, e xcep t se m i-m anufactured (e.g. pigm ent
dispersions, and ink v e h ic le s ) .......................................................................
S pecial purpose coatings, including all m arine co atin gs ................................
Industrial m a in tain a nce p ain ts (sp e cially form u late d) ...................................
In te r io r .........................................................................................................................
E xte rior .......................................................................................................................
A u to m o tive a nd m a ch ine ry refinish c o a t in g s ...................................................
P aints and ena m e ls, e xce p t laqu e rs ..............................................................
P rim ers and u n d e r c o a te r s ...................................................................................
L a c q u e rs ....................................................................................................................
M arine paints and ena m e ls (shelf g oods and specially form ulated,
e xcluding spar varnish) ....................................................................................
A eroso l paints .............................................................................................................
O the r special p urpose c o a tin g s ............................................................................
M iscellaneous allied paint p r o d u c ts ........................................................................
T hinners fo r dop es & lacquers & o leo re sin ou s thinners, inc. m ixtures
& p roprietary th in n e r s .......................................................................................
Misc. related products, inc. brush cleaners, nonpressure w ood
preservatives, putty, e tc ....................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................

C Tl
D
C C
D D
o cr

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2 8 5 1 -P
2851-1
2 85 1 -1 A
2 8 5 1 -1A A
285 1-11 2
285 1-13 7
2 8 5 1 -1A B
2851-141
2 8 5 1 -1B
2851-1 BA
2 85 1-16 9
2 85 1-18
2851-181
2 851-183
2 851-188

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
127.6
121.7
127.6
104.5
124.6
116.7
107.4
133.0
130.4
132.3
134.3
136.3
129.0
112.2

121.3
127.8
121.6
129.3
106.9
126.6
115.2
105.8
133.4
133.0
135.3
133.6
134.6
130.4
112.2

122.0
128.5
122.4
130.5
106.6
131.4
115.7
106.0
133.9
131.5
136.4
135.1
137.0
130.4
112.2

(3)

1.1
1.8
0
0

2851-2
2 8 5 1 -2A
2851-222

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

111.2
116.7
115.9

112.0
115.7
114.7

112.4
116.5
115.8

3.6
5.5
7.3

.4
.7
1.0

2851-225
285 1 -2B
2851-237
2851-239

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

105.2
109.2
113.1
101.6

105.2
110.2
113.5
104.5

105.2
109.9
113.4
103.8

.7
3.2
3.1
3.8

0
-.3
-.1
-.7

2851-241
2851-243

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

110.0
103.9

110.7
107.1

110.9
107.3

.3
7.4

.2
.2

2851-247
2851-249
2851-254

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

122.5
109.1
123.8

124.7
109.1
124.0

124.7
107.6
129.1

6.0
1.3
3.0

0
-1 .4
4.1

2851-267
2851-3
2 85 1-3 A
2851-301
2 85 1-30 5
2 8 5 1 -3B A
2851-314
2851-316
2851-327

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

103.2
119.5
122.5
127.4
119.9
123.4
120.8
137.5
121.6

104.4
121.7
125.1
131.6
121.7
125.5
(3)
137.5
123.0

103.6
123.0
125.1
131.4
121.7
128.0
126.3
140.9
125.4

1.2
7.5
4.6
5.1
4.3
10.1
13.5
5.3
6.5

2851-315
2851-33
2851-398
2851-5

1 2 /8 8
0 7 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

109.1
106.5
102.7
108.9

108.1
106.5
103.0
109.6

108.1
108.0
103.0
111.0

7.9
2.3
6.0

0
1.4
0
1.3

2851-531

0 6 /8 3

128.2

128.2

133.0

8.4

3.7

2851-598
285 1 -SM
285 1 -M
285 1 -Z89
285 1 -S
2851SSSSS
289 1 -S

1 2 /8 8

106.4

107.8

108.1

5.4

.3

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

131.3
132.0
133.6
118.4

135.6
136.3
141.1

133.3
134.1
141.2

8.9
9.5
7.5

-1 .7
-1 .6
.1

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 8

104.0

104.2

104.7

1.3

.5

Industrial org an ic chem icals ...................................................................................................

286

1 2 /8 4

119.2

119.4

119.2

-3 .9

-.2

Gum and w o od c h e m ic a ls ......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S oftw o od d istilla tion p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................
O the r gum and w ood ch em icals ..............................................................................
H ardw ood d istilla tion p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................
C harcoal, excluding b riq u e ts ....... ......................................................................
C harcoal briquets, including blends w ith lignite or o th e r m aterials

2861
2861 -P
2861-1
2861-2
2861-25
2861-252
2861-255
2 861-29

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

114.2
108.6
120.6
102.7
117.5
112.8
117.6
77.3

112.5
107.0
113.7
102.9
118.0
117.9
118.0
77.1

112.5
107.0
113.7
102.9
118.0
117.1
118.0
77.1

-3 .0
-3 .7

(3)
2.3
-1 2 .7

0
0
0
0
0
-.7
0
0

2861-298

0 6 /8 4

87.5

87.5

87.5

3.2

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

111.9
118.0
118.5
126.5
168.6
118.5

112.5
118.4
117.9
126.0
168.0
117.9

114.4
119.1
118.5
125.1
161.8
117.6

1.4
-1 .9
-5 .4
-3 .6

1.7
.6
.5
-.7
-3 .7
-.3

A dh e sives and s e a la n ts ...........................................................................................

Tall o i l s ...........................................................................................................................
O the r tall oil derivatives, including rosin acid salts, excep t tall
oil fa tty a cids ...................................................................................................
C yclic (coal tar) crudes and interm ediates, organic dyes and
p ig m e n ts .................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C yclic in te r m e d ia te s ......................................................................................................
O the r c yclic in te r m e d ia te s ......................................................................................
P h e n o l.........................................................................................................................
M iscellaneous o th e r cyclic in term ed ia tes .....................................................
S ynth etic organic dyes .................................................................................................

2865
2865-P
2865-1
2865-199
2865-19915
2865-19999
2865-2

See footnotes at end of table.




62

4.7
4.0
3.7
6.4
3.9
5.5
1.4
1.1
4.1
3.6
4.8
4.4
4.5
5.2

1 .8

(3)

(3)
-6 .4
2.5

(3)
-3.1

0.6
.5
.7
.9
-.3
3.8
.4
.2
.4
-1.1
.8

-.8

1.1
0
-.2
0
2.0
(3)
2.5
2.0

(3)

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base

C yclic (coal tar) cru d es and in term ed ia tes, o rg an ic dyes and
p ig m e n ts— C o ntinued
S yn th e tic o rg an ic d y e s .............................................................................................
S yn th e tic o rg an ic p igm en ts (lakes and t o n e r s ) ...................................................
P h th alocya nine blue (B lue 15) ..........................................................................
O th e r syn th e tic org an ic p ig m e n ts ....................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
P lastic m a terials and re s in s ....................................................................................
Industrial org an ic ch em icals, n .e .c ........................................................................
Industrial o rganic chem icals, n.e.c.........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S ynth etic organic chem icals, n .e.c............................................................................
Flavor and perfum e m a te r ia ls ...............................................................................
C hem ical com pounds, m ix e d .............................................................................
R ubber processing c h e m ic a ls ...............................................................................

2 86 5-29 9
2865-3
2865-31111
2 86 5-31 1 99
2865-S M
2 865-M
286 5-Z 89
2865-S
2 8 2 1 -S
2869-S

- O
Q
C 05
D
L 05
L

Nov.
19892

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

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

131.0
124.2
122.2
124.7

133.6
127.7
134.3
126.2

134.8
128.0
134.3
126.5

5.7
6.5
9.8
5.7

0.9
.2
0
.2

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

124.4
124.4
100.2
114.5
98.5

126.2
126.2
101.3

8.3
8.3
9.5
.2
10.8

-3 .0
-3 .0
4.9

(3)
102.3

122.4
122.4
106.3
114.5
103.7

2869-P
2869-3
2869-311
2 869-31112
2869-331
2869-351
2869-35199
2869-5
2869-512
2869-51212
2869-599
2869-59912
2869-59913
2 869-59999

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

124.4
110.3
87.6
90.8
111.4
118.6
68.4
67.9
112.3
86.4
102.1
121.7
136.7
101.0
109.1

124.8
109.6
85.4
90.9
111.8
117.6
64.3
63.8
113.3
86.4
98.5
122.6
129.4
90.8
111.5

123.9
109.5
85.4
90.9
111.8
117.6
64.3
63.8
113.3
88.0
101.4
121.7
129.4
91.2
108.9

-5 .8
-.5
-.9
-3 .7
2.1
3.5
-2 .9
-2 .9
-6.1
-3 .4
-7 .4
-1 0 .9
-2 8 .9
-3 0 .3
.4

-.7
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1.9
2.9
-.7
0
.4
-2 .3

2869-6

1 2 /8 2

106.6

113.6

110.9

9.2

-2 .4

2 869-699
2869-7
2869-721
2869-722
2 86 9-73 6
2 86 9-73 8
2 86 9-74 7
2 86 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

111.8
113.9

112.5
111.7

112.5
112.0

2.6
-1 .8

0
.3

(3)
108.1
(3)
98.8
106.2
94.3

(3)
(3)
2 68.5
103.5
94.9
94.1

(3)
(3)
261.4
102.3
94.9
94.1

(3)
(3)
-1 1 .8
-22.1
-1 0 .6
.3

(3)
(3)
-2 .6
-1 .2
0
0

2 86 9-79 9
2869-S M
2 869-M
2 86 9-Z 89
2 869-S
2 8 2 1 -S
2865-S
2869-SS S

1 2 /8 2

103.7

100.6

101.4

-5 .0

.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

139.1
141.5
148.7
127.7
122.3
174.7

139.3
141.8
150.8
131.4
128.4
174.0

142.8
145.2
148.2
123.7
123.3
176.0

-2 6 .8
-2 6 .9
-9 .9
-2 8 .2
-1 1 .7
3.3

2.5
2.4
-1 .7
-5 .9
-4 .0
1.1

2869

P la s tic iz e rs ....................................................................................................................
O the r p la s tic iz e rs ....................................................................................................
E thyl a lcoh o l and o th e r industrial o rganic chem icals, n .e .c.............................
Ethyl a lc o h o l.................................................................................................................
D enatured (special o r co m p lete ) ethyl a lcohol ...........................................
O the r industrial o rganic chem icals, n .e .c............................................................
E th y le n e .....................................................................................................................
Propylene, c h e m ic a l..............................................................................................
M iscellaneous o th e r industrial organic chem icals, n .e .c...........................
M iscellaneous end-use chem icals and chem ical products, excluding
u r e a .............................................................................................................................
O the r m iscellaneous end-use ch em icals and ch em ical products,
excluding u r e a .....................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s c yclic and a cyclic ch em icals and ch em ical p r o d u c ts .........
A ce 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, synthetic, m o n oh ydric ...........................................................................
O th e r m iscellan eo u s cyclic and a cyclic ch e m ica ls and ch em ical
p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Plastic m a terials and re s in s ....................................................................................
C yclic cru d es and interm ed ia tes, o rg an ic dyes and p igm en ts .................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................

(3)
1.4

A gricultu ra l c h e m ic a ls ................................................................................................................

287

1 2 /8 4

105.0

106.4

106.3

-7 .9

-.1

N itrog en o us fe r tiliz e rs ................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S ynth etic am m onia, nitric acid and am m o nium c o m p o u n d s .........................
N itrate (1 0 0% N H 4 N 0 3 ) ..........................................................................................
N itrate fo r fe rtilize r u s e .........................................................................................
S olid nitra te ..........................................................................................................
E xplosive nitra te and o th e r uses .....................................................................
N itrogen so lutio n s and o th e r a m m o nium c o m p o u n d s .................................
N itrog en solutio n s, including m ixtures co nta ining urea ( 1 0 0 % N ) ........
A nh yd rou s and aqua a m m o n ia .............................................................................
A nh yd rou s a m m o n ia .............................................................................................
U r e a .....................................................................................................................................
F e rtilize r m aterial of 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 t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2873

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

108.7
99.3
103.9
101.2
84.0
95.4
100.0
99.2
102.3
105.7
105.7
80.2
116.6

119.9
110.9
113.9
111.9
95.7
108.6
101.3
108.3
113.6
117.7
117.7
98.0
116.6

119.4
109.9
113.3
112.7
96.0
109.0
103.3
106.3
115.4
117.0
117.0
95.8
116.6

-1 2 .5
-1 4 .9
-1 4 .8
-5 .6
-6 .3
-6 .4
-3 .0
-17.1
-1 4 .7
-1 9 .3
-1 9 .3
-1 6 .6
13.4

-.4
-.9
-.5
.7
.3
.4
2.0
-1 .8
1.6
-.6
-.6
-2 .2
0

1 2 /7 9

163.0

163.1

164.2

-4 .8

.7

P h o sp ha tic fe r tiliz e rs ..................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S up e rph o sph a te and o th e r p ho sph a tic fe rtilize r m a terials .............................
S u p e rp h o s p h a te ..........................................................................................................
T riple su pe rp h o sp h a te s (4 2 % P 2 0 5 and a b o v e ) .......................................
A m m o n ium p ho sp h a te s and o th e r p h o sp h a tic fe rtilize r m a terials ..........

2874
2874-P
2874-2
287 4-2A
2874-241
2874-2B
2874-251

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

115.8
110.8
101.2
91.0
89.7
104.3
105.1

112.1
104.8
98.3
88.8
87.6
101.1
101.9

111.9
104.5
97.3
90.1
88.8
99.5
100.3

-2 0 .2
-2 1 .8
-2 2 .2
-2 9 .0
-29.1
-20.1
-2 0 .0

-.2
-.3
-1 .0
1.5
1.4
-1 .6
-1 .6

2874-4

1 2 /7 9

122.3

121.1

123.5

-1 2 .5

2.0

2875-P

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

122.9
121.9

123.4
121.8

123.4
121.5

-4 .8
-4 .4

0
-.2

2873-P
2873-1
2 87 3 -1 A
2 87 3 -1 5A
287 3-15 2
2 87 3-15 3
2 8 7 3 -1 B
287 3-15 5
2 87 3-13
2873-131
287 3-2
2873-3
2873-S M
2873-S

A m m o n ium p h o s p h a te s .......................................................................................
M ixed fertilize rs (produced fro m one or m ore m aterials m ade in the
sam e plant) ..............................................................................................................
Fertilizers, mixing o n l y ..............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

2875

See footnotes at end of table.




63

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Mar.
1 99 0 2

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

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

108.3
105.7
112.6
104.6

108.2
105.6
113.5
102.0

107.9
105.7
112.1
103.3

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

-0 .3
.1
-1 .2
1.3

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

126.1
125.8
127.7

126.9
126.7
137.2

1 28.5
128.2
137.2

-5 .0
-5 .0
-8 .5

1.3
1.2
0

2879-P

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

112.3
114.4

112.9
115.1

113.0
115.4

2.4
3.2

.1
.3

2 87 9-5
2 87 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

123.5
121.8
124.2
128.1
110.1

123.5
122.0
126.7
126.3
110.1

125.0
123.5
126.7
130.0
110.1

4.9
4.9
3.1
7.0
5.5

1.2
1.2
0
2.9
0

2879-6
2879-625
2879-62561
2 87 9-62565
2 87 9-62579

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

110.6
112.1
112.5
126.8
95.2

110.8
112.5
112.5
126.8
96.2

110.4
112.1
112.5
126.8
97.3

1.6
1.7
3.9
2.5
4.5

-.4
-.4
0
0
1.1

2879-7
2879-725

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

99.5
105.4

104.0

103.2

(3)

(3)

2879-8
2879-832

0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

116.3
118.0

119.2
118.0

120.4
118.0

1.2
.4

1.0
0

2879-898
2879-9
2879-91

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

110.4
111.2
110.3

114.2
116.1
117.5

115.4
117.0
118.1

1.7
9.2
10.8

1.1
.8
.5

2 879-998
2 879-SM
2 879-M
2879-S

Fertilizers, m ixing o n ly— C o ntin u ed
M ixed fe rtilize rs (m ade by p la n ts w h ich d o n ot m a n ufa ctu re p h o sp h a tic
fe rtilize r m a te r ia ls )..................................................................................................
S olid, b u l k ......................................................................................................................
S olid, b a g g e d ................................................................................................................
F lu id .................................................................................................................................
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 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 .......................................................................................................

Feb.
199 0 2

0 6 /8 2

120.1

122.5

122.9

12.2

.3

1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

116.7
99.5

116.7
100.0

116.7
98.6

.2
-1 .0

0
-1 .4

2 875-4
2875-411
2875-421
2875-431
287 5-S M
2875-M
2 8 7 5-Z 89
2 875-S

A g ricultu ra l ch em icals, n .e .c.....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
In se cticid al p re p a ra tio n s prim a rily fo r agricultu ra l, garde n o r h ealth
s e rvice u s e ................................................................................................................
C o nta in in g o rg a n ic co m p o u n d s ............................................................................
C a rb am ate p re p a ra tio n s ......................................................................................
O rg an o -ph o sph a te p re p a ra tio n s .......................................................................
Biological p r e p a ra tio n s .........................................................................................
Herbicidal p ra pa ra tion s prim arily fo r agricultural, garden o r health
se rvice u s e ................................................................................................................
C ontaining o rg an ic c o m p ou nd s ............................................................................
U rea p re p a ra tio n s ...................................................................................................
T riazine p r e p a ra tio n s ............................................................................................
O th e r org an ic p re p a ra tio n s .................................................................................
Fungicidal p re pa ra tion s prim arily fo r agricultural, garden o r health
se rvice u s e ................................................................................................................
C ontaining org an ic c o m p ou nd s ............................................................................
O th e r pesticid a l p re pa ra tion s prim arily fo r agricultural, garden o r
health se rvice u s e ..................................................................................................
R o d e n tic id e s .................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r pesticid a l p re pa ra tion s prim arily fo r agricultural, garden
o r health se rvice u s e .........................................................................................
H o usehold pesticid a l p re p a ra tio n s ...........................................................................
Inse cticid es fo r cra w ling insects, e xcep t fu m ig a n ts ......................................
O th e r hou seh o ld pesticid a l preparations, including industrial
e x te rm in a n 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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2879

M iscellan eo u s ch em ical p r o d u c ts .........................................................................................

289

1 2 /8 4

115.8

115.9

116.1

2.6

.2

A dh e sives and s e a la n ts ...........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N atural base glues and a d h e s iv e s ...........................................................................
V eg e ta b le a d h e s iv e s .................................................................................................
D extrines ...................................................................................................................
S ynth etic resin and ru b be r adhesives, including all type s o f bonding
a nd lam inating a d h e s iv e s ....................................................................................
E poxy a d h e s iv e s .........................................................................................................
V inyl type a d h e s iv e s ..................................................................................................
Polyvinyl aceta te , latex t y p e ..............................................................................
A crylic a d h e s iv e s ........................................................................................................
P olyeste r a d h e s iv e s ...................................................................................................
H o t m e lt adhesives, including nylon, p olyolefin, and o th e r h ot m e lts ....
R ubber and s y n th e tic resin c o m b in a tio n s .........................................................
R u bber ce m ent, fo r sale as s u c h .........................................................................
L ate x t y p e ..................................................................................................................
S o lv e n t t y p e .............................................................................................................
C aulking co m p ou nd s and s e a la n ts ..........................................................................
N atural b a s e .................................................................................................................
S ynth etic b a s e .............................................................................................................
G eneral p e rfo rm an ce s e ala n ts (PVAC, butyl, vinyl, acrylic,
n eoprene, etc.) ................................................................................................
S pecial p e rfo rm an ce s e ala n ts (epoxy, urethane, polysulfide,
silicone, e t 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 the r s e con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
C h em icals and c h em ical p re parations, n .e.c.....................................................

2891
2 89 1 -P
2891-3
2 891-35
2891-351

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

122.2
119.5
121.1
111.8
112.4

122.6
119.9
121.1
111.8
112.4

122.9
120.1
119.5
111.8
112.4

2.3
-.5
-.6
.5
.2

.2
.2
-1 .3
0
0

2891-4
2891-411
2 891-44
2891-441
2891-453
2891-455
2891-465
2891-478
2891-48
2891-481
2891-483
2891-5
2891-55
2891-56

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

121.0
132.5
121.3
131.6
119.5
115.8
120.3
112.7
122.2
111.1
128.1
114.2
123.6
113.5

120.4
132.5
120.5
131.6
119.7
115.8
120.7
112.7
122.2
111.1
128.1
117.5
123.6
117.1

121.1
132.5
120.9
131.6
119.7
115.8
120.7
114.2
122.2
111.1
128.1
117.0
123.6
116.6

-1 .6
3.1
3.2
4.7
9.5
-1 .3
2.4
2.1
1.2
-.3
1.7
3.3
1.1
3.6

.6
0
.3
0
0
0
0
1.3
0
0
0
- .4
0
-.4

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 blasting a ccesso rie s (not m a n ufactured in
G O C O s )......................................................................................................................
Industrial e x p lo s iv e s ..................................................................................................
A N FO , e xc e p t slurry .............................................................................................
W a te r gel and slurries, e xcep t p erm issible s lu r r ie s ...................................
N o nca p se nsitive ................................................................................................

2892

-.8
(3)

2891-566

1 2 /8 3

108.4

108.9

108.7

3.1

- .2

2891-567
2 89 1 -SM
2 89 1 -S
2 89 1 -SSS
2899-S

1 2 /8 3

118.7

123.3

122.7

3.5

-.5

1 2 /8 3
0 2 /8 4

116.0
129.0

117.2
129.0

118.1
129.0

3.2
3.4

.8
0

2892-P

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

167.5
151.1

173.5
152.8

172.2
151.7

8.7
6.6

-.7
-.7

2892-1
2892-11
2 892-117
2 892-118
2892-121

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

152.1
149.6
142.2

153.8
151.7

152.7
151.9

6.6
11.8

-.7
.1

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

See footnotes at end of table.




5.5
(3)

64

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Index
b ase
Nov.
1 9892

E xplosive s— C o ntinued
O th e r indu stria l e x p lo s iv e s ............................................................ ....................
P ro p e lla n ts .......................... .........................................................................................
P ro pe lla n ts ...............................................................................................................
Bla sting a c c e s s o rie s ..................................................................................................
O th e r b lasting a cce sso rie s (squibs, ignitors, fuse, n on electric
blastin g caps, n .e .c .) ......................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s re ce ipts ................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...........................................
C o ntract w ork p erform ed by gove rn m e nt ow ned com p an y operated
esta b lish m e nts (GO CO s) ............................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................................

o cr

P roduct
c o de

C Tl
D
C C
D D

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2 89 2-12 7
2 89 2-13 3
2 89 2-13 6
289 2-15

2.2

-1 .5

102.1
134.6

1.7
-1 .6

-.3
-3 .5

0 6 /8 8

89.8

89.8

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 8

282.2
117.3

300.8
125.4

298.6
124.4

11.3
12.5

-.7
-.8

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0

117.3
267.1

125.4
2 78.4

124.4
278.4

12.5
4.2

-.8
0

2893-P
2893-1
2 893-115
2893-2
2893-232
2893-23233
2 89 3-23 2 34
289 3-23 5
289 3-23 8
2893-245
2893-3
289 3-34 3
2893-345
2893-4
2893-481
289 3-48 1 82
289 3-48 1 83
289 3-48 4
2 89 3-48 4 86
2893-5
289 3-58 5
2893-M
2 89 3-Z 89

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 8 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 9
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
1 2 /8 9
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

117.4
117.3

117.0
116.9
124.2
115.7
118.1
104.1
100.1
102.2
134.9
101.0
101.9
113.9
137.1

117.3
117.1
124.2
115.7
118.6
103.8
100.1
101.0

4.6
4.9

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

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

81.1
81.1

2895

2899

P etroleum refining and related p ro d u c ts ............................................................................

105.2

102.4
139.5

2893

C h em ica ls a nd ch em ical prepa ra tion s, n .e .c.....................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s ............................................................................ ....................................
S alt, e vap orate d a nd s o la r ..........................................................................................
E vap o rate d s a l t ...................................................................................... ....................
E ssential oils, fire w o rks and p yro te ch nics, sizes, and ch em ical
pre pa ra tion s, n .e .c...................................................................................................
E ssential oils, u nb le nd e d (natural) ......................................................................
F irew o rks & p yro te ch nics, incl. flares, je t fu e l igniters, railroad
to rpe d oe s, toy pistol c a p s ..............................................................................
A uto m o tive chem icals ....................................................................................................................
O the r a uto m o tive chem icals, including b attery acid, deicing fluid,
carbon rem oving s o lv e n ts ..........................................................................
D rilling m ud m aterials, r ud thinn ers, th icken ers, and p u r ifie r s ................
O il-trea ting co m p o u n d s (non-oil b a s e ) ...............................................................
M etal-treating com p ou nd s (non-oil base) fo r nitriding, pickiing,
draw ing, and c u tt in g ............................................................... ..........................
W a ter-tre atin g com p ou nd s .....................................................................................
B oiler com p ou nd s .................................................................................................
P lating c o m p o u n d s ............................................................... ....................................
O th e r industrial ch em ical specia ltie s, including flu xes and plastic
w o o d p re p a ra tio n s .............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ........................................ . .....
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ............................................................. ...................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
S oaps and o th e r d etergents, e xcep t sp ecia lty c le a n e r s .............................
O the r se condary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

106.8

102.4
138.0

2892-Y 66
2 89 2-Z 89

Ca rb on b la ck ...............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................. ..................................................................................... .......
C a rb on b la c k ....................................................................................................................
W e st so uth ce ntra l region ......................................................................................

103.6

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0

289 2-15 5
2892-SM
2892-M
2892-XY 9

P rinting i n k .............................................................................. .....................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .......................................... ...................................................................
L ette rp re ss ink (b la ck and co lor) ....................................................... .....................
Packaging i n k ...................................................... ....................... ....... ........................
L itho grap h ic and o ffs e t ink (black and c o lo r ) ........................ .............................
P ublication i n k ............................................ .............................. .................................
W eb t y p e ...................................................................................................................
S heet t y p e s ..............................................................................................................
P ackaging i n k .......... ............................ ................................................................ .
W e b co m m e rcia l type ....................... ......................................................................
O th e r lith og ra p hic and o ffs e t i n k ......................... .............................. .................
G ravure i n k ........................................................................................................................
Packaging i n k ................ .............................................................................................
P ublication i n k ........................................ ....................................................................
F lexographic ink .............................................................................................................
Packaging i n k ..............................................................................................................
S olven t t y p e s .................. .......................................................................................
W a te r t y p e s ..............................................................................................................
O th e r fle xo g ra p h ic ink
W a te r t y p e s ....
P rinting ink, n.e.c. .
S cre en p ro cess ink
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts
R e sales ...............

0 6 /8 8

2895-P
2895-111
2895-11101

(3)
(3)
115.9
103.6
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
111.7
112.8
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
121.0
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
10.7
.8
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
2.8
2.0

(3)
110.8
111.1
97.8
101.0
105.1
105.1
121.0
132.7
130.8
130.8

(3)
101.0
107.8
114.0
137.2
100.0
110.6
110.8
98.0
100.1
105.1
105.1
122.0
134.0
132.2
132.2

83.2
83.2

83.4
83.4

9.3
9.3

.2
.2

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

(3)
0
5.8
.1
.1
(3)
-.2
-.3
.2
-.9
0
0
.8
1.0
1.1
1.1

1 2 /8 3

75.7

78.4

78.6

13.1

.3

2899-P
2899-1
2899-121

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

112.2
112.7
100.7
100.1

111.1
112.8
101.5
101.1

111.4
113.2
102.2
102.0

.4
1.6
1.7
2.2

.3
.4
.7
.9

2899-5
2899-51

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

116.1
144.0

116.4
124.6

116.9
122.3

2.1
-1 3 .4

.4
-1 .8

2899-529
2899-53

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

113.1
132.6

113.4
113.9

113.4
113.9

2.0
-1 9 .4

0
0

289 9-53 7
2899-541
2899-556

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

107.0
117.8
120.9

106.3
117.8
121.6

(3)
117.8
1?0.0

(3)
.8
15.9

(3)

2899-559
2899-57
289 9-57 7
2899-591

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

109.7
107.6
114.0
129.0

(3)
108.0
114.8
127.8

(3)
108.0
114.8
128.8

(3)
1.4
2.7
.5

(3)

289 9-59 8
2899-SM
2899-M
2899-Z 89
2899-S
2 84 1 -S
2899-SS S

0 6 /8 5

110.9

111.5

112.0

5.4

.4

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

139.0
104.8
100.0
104.5

(3)
105.2
100.5
105.1

106.1
105.1
100.5
105.0

-2 2 .2
.6
1.3
.6

(3)
-.1
0
-.1

29

1 2 /8 4

75.9

80.3

78.6

9.9

-2.1

P etro le um r e f in in g ..................................................................................................................

291

0 6 /8 5

73.8

78.4

76.6

10.4

-2 .3

P etro le um R efining ....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s ......................................................... .......................................................

2911

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

73.8
73.7
73.6
70.4

78.4
78.6
76.9
76.2

76.6
76.8
75.4
74.6

10.4
10.3
10.9
11.3

-2 .3
-2 .3
-2 .0
-2.1

G a s o lin e ............................................................................... .........................................

2 9 1 1-P
2911-1
2911-1

See footnotes at end of table.




65

0
6.9

0
0
.8

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Index
b ase
Nov.
198 9 2

P etro le um R e fining — C o ntin u ed
F inished m o to r g a s o lin e ......................................................................................
Lea de d r e g u la r ....................................................................................................
S ales to jo bb e rs, re tailers a nd o th e r r e s e lle r s ....................................
D irect sa les to e nd u s e r s ............................................................................
Prem ium g r a d e s ..................................................................................................
S ales to jo bb e rs, re tailers and o th e r r e s e lle r s ....................................
D irect sa le s to e nd u sers ............................................................................
U nleaded r e g u la r ...............................................................................................
S ales to jo bbers, retailers and o th e r r e s e lle r s ....................................
D irect sales to end u s e r s ............................................................................
J e t fue l ...........................................................................................................................
N a phtha type je t f u e l ............................................................................................
K erosene type je t fuel ..........................................................................................
K e r o s e n e ........................................................................................................................
Light fuel o i l ..................................................................................................................
D is tilla te s ...................................................................................................................
# 2 fuel oil to jobbers, re tailers and o th e r re se lle rs ..............................
# 2 diesel fue l .......................................................................................................
S ales to jo bbers, re tailers and o th e r r e s e lle r s ....................................
D irect sales to end u s e r s ............................................................................
O the r d istillates, n.e.c., including # 1, # 2 fuel d ire ct sales,
and o th e r d is tilla te s ...................................................................................
H eavy fuel oil (residual f u e l) ...................................................................................
> 1 % s u lfu r .............................................................................................................
S ales to resellers, including o th e r r e fin e rs ...............................................
D irect sales to end u s e r s ...............................................................................
N o t > 1 % s u lf u r ....................................................................................................
S ales to resellers, including o th e r r e fin e rs ...............................................
N on-fuel p ro du cts o f p etro le um refining ...............................................................
Lubricating o ils and greases, m ade in re fin e r ie s .......................................
Lubricating and sim ilar o i l s .............................................................................
A sphalt, m ade in re fin e r ie s .................................................................................
Paving grade ........................................................................................................
Liquified re fin ery gases, including alip ha tics (fe ed stock and o th e r
uses), m ade in re fin e rie s .............................................................................
P ro p a n e /p ro p y le n e ............................................................................................
Propylene ..........................................................................................................
C hem ical grade ..............................................................................................
B u ta n e /b u ty le n e .................................................................................................
E th a n e /e th y le n e .................................................................................................
E th y le n e .............................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s p etro le um refinery products, n .e .c.......................................
P etroleum coke, m ade in re fineries ............................................................
A ro m atics, m ade in r e fin e r ie s .......................................................................
Benzene ............................................................................................................
T o lu e n e ..............................................................................................................

o cr

P ro du ct
co de

C TI
O
C (D
O

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Mar.
199 0 2

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

291 1-13
291 1-13 2
2911-1321
2 9 1 1-13 2 2
291 1-13 3
2911-1331
2 911-1332
2911-134
2911-1341
2911-1342
2911-2
2911-211
2911-213
2911-3
2911-4
2911-41
2911-411
2911-413
2911-4131
2911-4132

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
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

70.4
72.8
72.6
78.6
76.6
76.6
77.8
67.3
67.3
69.1
79.6
69.5
82.2
75.7
8 1.6
81.6
82.1
81.2
80.5
82.3

76.2
76.8
76.6
84.7
82.8
82.8
8 4.4
73.5
73.4
75.4
86.1
72.8
89.5
73.6
75.2
75.2
75.7
74.9
73.6
77.1

74.6
77.3
77.1
85.6
80.7
80.7
83.3
71.5
71.4
73.2
77.7
71.0
79.4
73.8
76.6
76.6
77.6
75.9
75.1
77.4

11.3
11.5
11.4
14.0
9.9
9.9
10.3
11.7
11.7
12.3
12.0
20.7
10.3
10.1
5.5
5.5
5.7
5.1
4.6
6.0

-2.1
.7
.7
1.1
-2 .5
-2 .5
-1 .3
-2 .7
-2 .7
-2 .9
-9 .8
-2 .5
-1 1 .3
.3
1.9
1.9
2.5
1.3
2.0
.4

2911-415
2911-5
2911-51
2911-511
2911-512
2911-52
2911-521
2911-11
2911-7
2911-721
2911-9
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

82.2
65.4
62.4
66.4
57.9
68.7
67.3
76.1

74.7
73.8
69.7
70.6
67.8
78.5
68.5
90.4

75.5
73.4
69.2
74.1
63.7
78.1
74.0
86.4

8.3
27.0
34.4
37.5
31.3
19.4
16.7
7.2

1.1
-.5
-.7
5.0
-6 .0
-.5
8.0
-4 .4

0 6 /8 5

94.7

102.2

103.0

12.8

.8

2 91 1 -A
2911-A1
2 9 1 1-A12
2 9 1 1-A1201
2 911-A 2
2911-A 3
2 9 1 1-A32
2 9 1 1-D
2 9 1 1-D21
2911-D 5
2 9 1 1-D52
2 9 1 1-D53

0 6 /8 5

56.7

50.9

52.1

-1 0 .5

2.4

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

108.0
115.5
95.8
99.2

171.9
194.2
88.5
89.9

151.2
170.5
89.4
91.3

32.5
40.9
-3 1 .2
-3 0 .4

-1 2 .0
-1 2 .2
1.0
1.6

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

160.4
80.3
56.5
78.9
83.7
72.1

153.6
91.2
36.2
100.5
96.0
105.2

152.8
84.3
33.4
91.1
91.8
80.0

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

-.5
-7 .6
-7 .7
-9 .4
-4 .4
-2 4 .0

Paving and ro ofing m a te r ia ls ..................................................................................................

295

1 2 /8 4

93.6

93.9

93.7

.8

-.2

Paving m ixtures and b lo c k ......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
E m ulsified asphalt, including liquid a d d itiv e s ...................................................
O the r liquid a sph alt & ta r paving m aterials, including cu t b a c k s .............
A sph a ltic (bitum inous) c o n c r e t e ...............................................................................
O the r paving m ixtures and blocks, including liquid a d d itiv 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 ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2951
2 95 1 -P
2951-111
2951-112
2 951-113
2 95 1-11 4
2 9 5 1 -SM
2 9 5 1 -S

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

101.0
101.7
90.3
78.5
108.1
76.2

101.6
102.3
90.5
80.5
108.9
74.5

101.1
101.7
86.9
81.2
108.8
74.5

-.5
-.9
-3 .3
-.6
-.4
-4 .7

-.5
-.6
-4 .0
.9
-.1
0

0 6 /8 1

117.4

117.3

117.7

3.8

.3

A sp h a lt fe lts and c o a t in g s ......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A s p h a lt and ta r sa tu ra ted fe lts a nd boards, n o n -b u ild in g ...............................
A sp h a lt a nd ta r p ro du cts; e xce p t felts, co atin gs, a nd cem e nts;
n o n -b u ild in g ..........................................................................................................
R o ofin g a sp h a lts and pitche s, co atin gs, a nd c e m e n t s ....................................
Fib ra ted a sp h a ltic ro o fing c o a t in g s .....................................................................
N o n fib ra te d a sp h a ltic ro o fin g co a tin g s ..............................................................
A sp h a ltic ro o fin g c e m e n t s ......................................................................................
O th e r ro o fin g a sp h a lts a nd p itche s, co atin gs, and c e m e n t s .....................
P repared a sp h a lt and ta r ro o fing and siding p r o d u c ts .....................................
S m o o th su rfa ce ro ll ro o fing inclu din g talc, m ica, a nd o th e r fin e
m a te r ia ls .................................................................................................................
S m o oth a sp h a lt roll roo fing , o rg a n ic b a s e ....................................................
S elf-sea lin g strip shing le s; 244 lb s. o r less, o rg an ic b a s e ...........................
S elf sealing and re g ula r strip a sp h a lt shingles, fib e rg la ss b a s e ..............
S atu ra te d fe lts fo r built-up ro o fing s y s t e m s .....................................................
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 d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2952
2 952-P
2952-1

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

98.4
98.3
113.0

98.3
98.2
113.0

98.4
98.3
113.0

2.2
2.2
0

.1
.1
0

2952-131
295 2-2
2952-251
2 95 2-25 5
2952-261
2 95 2-29 8
2 95 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
87.2
108.0
99.9
104.1
93.6
99.9

113.0
91.3
107.9
99.9
104.2
95.4
98.6

113.0
91.3
107.9
99.9
104.2
95.4
98.8

0
4.5
-1.1
-.9
1.3
6.4
2.1

0
0
0
0
0
0
.2

2952-311
2952-31101
295 2-31 4
2 95 2-32 5
2 952-353
2 952-S M
2952-S

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

112.0
116.7
103.6
85.4
102.6

112.0
(3)
102.4
85.2
97.2

113.1
116.7
102.0
85.2
100.8

9.0
12.3
1.2
2.9
1.6

(3)
-.4
0
3.7

0 6 /8 4

98.8

98.8

99.2

2.3

.4

M isce lla n e o u s p ro d u cts o f p e tro le u m and c o a l ..............................................................

299

1 2 /8 4

117.5

119.7

119.5

8.5

-.2

See footnotes at end of table.




66

1.0

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
19902

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 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

128.1
128.5
130.4
135.3
146.2
112.4
172.2
127.4
109.3
124.1
109.2
116.4
112.4
113.0
105.8
116.4
105.1
124.4
101.8

128.8
129.5
131.4
136.5
148.3
114.1
174.6
128.0
110.0
125.6
110.5
117.1
113.7
113.1

128.4
129.3
131.1
136.2
150.8
116.1
177.0
126.0
108.2
125.0
110.0
116.9
113.0
113.1

3.0
4.4
4.1
3.9
7.7
8.1
6.4
1.3
-.6
3.6
3.7
4.6
1.8
1.7

-0 .3
-.2
-.2
-.2
1.7
1.8
1.4
-1 .6
-1 .6
- .5
- .5
-.2
-.6
0

(3)
117.2
106.5
124.4
111.5

(3)
117.6
106.5
125.0
111.5

(3)
6.5
6.1
6.6
11.8

(3)
.3
0
.5
0

1 2 /8 0

131.3

126.8

123.8

-1 4 .2

-2 .4

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

135.0
135.0
144.1

145.5
145.5
155.6

145.4
145.4
155.6

36.1
36.1
38.1

-.1
-.1
0

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

L ub rica tin g o ils and g re a s e s ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
L ub rica tin g and sim ila r o ils ..........................................................................................
A u to m o tiv e .......................
C o m m e rcial .................
C o m m e rcial m o to r oil
O th e r co m m e rcia l oil
R e t a il..............................
R etail m o tor 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 tria l.........................................................................................................................
G en e ra l indu stria l o i l .............................................................................................
Industrial m e talw orking o i l ...................................................................................
Industrial e ngine o i l ...............................................................................................
Lubrica 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 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 ......................................................................................................

2 992

P etro le um and co al pro du cts, n .e .c ......................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C alcined p etro le um co ke (not m ade in re fin e rie s ).............................................

2999

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

30

1 2 /8 4

110.3

110.7

110.9

.6

.2

T ires and inner tub e s ...............................................................................................................

301

0 6/8 1

103.0

102.0

103.1

.3

1.1

T ires and in ne r tub e s ...............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P assenger car p neum atic t ir e s ..................................................................................
R adials ...........................................................................................................................
H ighw ay standard s e r v ic e ...................................................................................
15 inch Rim diam eter. O riginal e qu ip m e nt o r r e p la c e m e n t...............
A ll season. O riginal e qu ip m e nt o r r e p la c e m e n t.........................................
T ru c k /b u s tires, including o ff h ig h w a y ....................................................................
R adials ...........................................................................................................................
Ligh t highw ay truck. O riginal 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 highw ay tru ck. O riginal e q u ip m e n t o r re p la ce m e n t ....

3011

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

103.0
98.8
96.3
97.8
98.0
100.8
103.0
95.3
80.6
87.1
80.4
98.0
108.2
83.6
118.0

102.0
97.7
95.0
96.1
96.1
102.3
101.7
93.7
79.1
85.4
79.1
96.7
104.8
84.9
118.0

103.1
98.9
96.6
98.2
98.9
102.3
101.8
94.1
79.2
85.5
79.1
97.9
106.8
85.2
118.0

.3
.3
1.8
2.4
3.2
6.3
.5
-4 .4
-5 .5
-9.1
1.2
-1 .8
.2
-5 .5
2.1

1.1
1.2
1.7
2.2
2.9
0
.1
.4
.1
.1
0
1.2
1.9
.4
0

3 01 1-31 6

0 6 /8 1

117.3

117.3

117.3

.6

0

3 011-317
3 01 1-33 3
3 011-4
3 011-423
3011-5
3011-511
3011-539

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

126.4
100.7
110.8
107.0
113.3
106.6
133.3

126.4
100.4

1.6
.9
-1 .5
.1
5.0
6.8
1.3

0
1.2

(3)
(3)
113.2
106.4
133.2

126.4
101.6
110.8
107.0
117.6
111.8
135.2

(3)
(3)
3.9
5.1
1.5

1 2 /8 0

121.5

122.5

122.2

3.5

-.2

3 02 1 -P
3021-1
3 021-1A

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

121.5
127.0
137.7
112.2

122.5
127.8
140.6
114.0

122.2
127.5
140.3
113.5

3.5
2.6
3.5
2.8

-.2
-.2
-.2
-.4

302 1-14 2
3 0 2 1 -1B

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

115.5
108.6

116.8
111.6

116.8
111.6

3.6
4.3

0
0

3021-3
302 1-30 3
3 0 2 1 -SM
3 0 2 1 -S

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

108.8
112.8

109.2
111.6

108.9
111.6

2.3
2.8

-.3
0

1 2 /8 0

100.2

102.3

102.3

11.2

0

1 2/81

120.8

120.8

122.1

4.1

1.1

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

120.8
122.8
123.4
135.6
117.2
117.6
111.7

120.8
122.4
127.5
135.7
122.8
115.7
104.5

122.1
123.9
128.4
139.3
122.8
118.9
108.9

4.1
3.6
14.1
15.3
14.2
3.6
-.7

1.1
1.2
.7
2.7
0
2.8
4.2

2992-P
2992-1
2992-111
2992-1111
2992-11111
299 2-11 1 12
299 2-11 1 2
2992-11121
299 2-11 1 3
299 2-11 1 32
2992-121
2992-12111
299 2-12 1 13
2 99 2-12 1 14
299 2-2
2992-231
2 99 2-23 2
299 2-23 4
2 992-S M
2992-S

2999-P
2999-2

3 0 1 1-P
3011-1
3011-112
3011-1121
301 1-11 2 13
301 1-11 2 22
301 1-2
301 1-21 2
3011-21211
3011-21221
3 01 1-21 5
3011-21511
3011-21521
3011-3

N o n -ra d ia ls ..................................................................................... ..............................
Ligh t h ighw ay tru ck. O riginal 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 highw ay 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 um atic and all solid t ir e s ..........................................................................
Industrial, u tility and garde n tra c to r tires. O riginal e qu ip m e nt or
re p la c e m e n t..........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r pneum atic, inclu din g bicycle. O riginal e q u ip m e n t o r
re p la c e m e n t..........................................................................................................
Industrial and highw ay - s o lid .................................................................................
Inn e r tub e s ........................................................................................................................
T ru c k /b u s , incl. o ff h ig h w a y ...................................................................................
T re a d rubber, tire sundries, and re p air m a te r ia ls ...............................................
Tread r u b b e r .................................................................................................................
O the r tire sundries and repair m aterials, n .e .c.................................................
R u bber and p lastic f o o tw e a r ..................................................................................................

302

R u bber and p lastic fo o tw e a r ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R ubber, plastic, and o th e r p ro te ctive f o o tw e a r ...................................................
Rubber u p p e r s .............................................................................................................
Lum berm an, pacs, rubbers, and o th e r fo o tw e a r having rubber
u p p e r s ................................................................ ................................................
P lastic u p p e r s ..............................................................................................................
N o n -p ro te ctive fo o tw e a r ce m e nte d, vu lcan ize d , in je ction m olded, etc. to

3021

fa b ric u p p e r ..............................................................................................................
Injectio n m o ld ed o r o th e r p ro cesse s p e rfo rm ed ............................................
S e co n d a ry p ro du 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 ......................................................................................................
R u bb e r and p lastic hose and b elting ..................................................................................

304

R u bb e r a nd p lastics hose and b eltin g ...............................................................................

3041

R u bb e r a nd p la stics b e lts a nd b elting, f l a t ...........................................................
Light w e ig h t c o n ve yo r and e le v a t o r ....................................................................
H eavy d uty c o n ve yo r and e le v a to r ......................................................................
R u bb e r and p la stics tra nsm issio n b e lts and belting, o th e r tha n f l a t ..........
Industrial, e xce p t f ra c tio n a l.....................................................................................

3 0 4 1 -P
3041-1
3 041-103
3 04 1-10 5
3041-2
3041-231

See footnotes at end of table.




67

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1989?

R u bb e r a nd p lastics h ose and b e ltin g — C ontin u ed
R u bb e r hose, m andrel m ade, a nd all hydrau lic ................................. .............
Textile, h y d r a u lic .........................................................................................................
Textile , 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 ng th non hyd ra u lic, e xce p t g a r d e n .................................
T e x tile ..............................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r ru b be r a nd p la stics h o s e ............................................................... ...........
W rap p ed re in fo r c e d ................................................................. .................................
B raided o r lo om ed , h elical r e in fo rc e d ................................................................
A ll o th e r ru b be r h o s e ....................................... ........................................................
A ll o th e r p la stics h ose .............................................................................................
N o n h y d ra u lic ........................................................................................... .................
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 e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
M o ld ed , e xtrud e d and la the cu t m e ch an ica l ru b be r g o o d s ........................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ............... ................... ..............................................................................
M o ld ed ru b be r m e ch an ica l g o o d s ......... ..................................................................
A u to m o tiv e ....................................................................................................................
T ra n spo rta tion , o th e r than a u to m o tiv e ...............................................................
A pp lia n ces, h ou s eh o ld and c o m m e rc ia l............................................................
O th e r m o ld ed g o o d s ............... .................................................................................
Extruded rubber m e chanical g o o d s ........................................................................
O th e r t u b in g ..................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3061

F a bricate d rubber products, n .e .c..........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Industrial products, n .e .c...............................................................................................
R oll co vering , in clu din g all in du stry ro lls ........ ...................... ...........................
All o th e r ro ll co vering s, in clu din g g ra p h ic a r t s ............................................
O th e r indu stria l ru b b e r p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................
R u bb e r c o a te d fa b rics a nd ru b be r c lo t h in g ..........................................................
R u bb e r co a te d f a b r ic s ..............................................................................................
R ubber c lo th in g .......................................................... ................................................
O th e r ru b be r clo th in g in clu din g b ath a nd sh o w e r c a p s ...........................
O th e r ru b be r g o o d s ..................................................................................... ..................
Hard ru bber g o o d s ................................................................... ..............................
O th e r hard ru b be r g o o d s ....................................................................................
B oats, p on to o n s, and life r a f t s ..............................................................................
O th e r ru b be r g o o d s .......................................... ........................................................
S po n g e a nd foa m r u b b e r ............................................................................................
C h em ica lly blow n s p o n g e ................ ............. .........................................................
R ubber flo o r and w all co vering s ..............................................................................
Individual m ats ............................................................................................................
A uto m o tive ................................................................................................................
R ubber druggist and m edical sundries including h ousehold g love s ..........
G lo v e s ...................................................................................... .....................................
S u r g ic a l....................... ...............................................................................................
O th e r ru b be r d ru gg ist and m e d ical s u n d rie s ....................................................
R e cla im e d r u b b e r ...........................................................................................................
G ro un d vu lcan ize d ru b be r ............................................... ......................................
C o m p o u n d s o r m ixtu re s fo r sale o r in te rp la n t t r a n s f e 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 ......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ................................ ....................... .............................

3069

M isce lla n e o u s p la stic p r o d u c t s .............................................................................................

307

M isce lla n e o u s p la stic p r o d u c t s ............... ...................... ......................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P lastic film and sheet, u n s u p p o rte d ................ ...................................................
P a c k a g in g .................................................................................... .............................
B uilding and c o n s tru c tio n ....................................................................................
O t h e r ...........................................................................................................................
P lastic piping .......................................................................... ....................... ............
W a te r ........................................................................................ .................................
P lastic b o t t le s ......................................................................... ....................................
P lastic foa m p ro d u c ts .............................. .................................................................
T ra n s p o rta tio n ..........................................................................................................
P a c k a g in g .................................................................................... .............................
B uilding and c o n stru ctio n ....................................................................................
Furniture and fu rn is h in g s ........ .............. .............................................................
C o nsu m e r and in stitutional ................................................................................
M o lded p lastic products, n. e. c ...........................................................................

3079

3 0 6 1 -P
3 06 1 -A
3 06 1 -A11
3 0 6 1 -A 1 2
3 0 6 1 -A 1 3
3061 -A 16
3061 -B
3 06 1 -B 14
3 06 1 -SM
3 06 1 -S

3069-P
3069-C
3 06 9-C 1 2
3 06 9-C 1203
3 069-C 39
3069-D
3 069-D A
3 069-D B
306 9-D 5 6
3069-E
3 069 EA
3 069-E 19
306 9-E 2 2
3 069-E 28
3069-3
3069-3B
3069-4
3069-4A
3069-423
3 069-7
3 06 9-7A
3069-761
3 06 9-77 8
306 9-8
306 9-81 3
3 069-9
3069-S M
3069-S
3069-SS S

3079-P
3079-2
3079-201
3 07 9-20 2
3 079-207
3 07 9-4
3079-424
3079-5
3 07 9-7
3079-741
3 07 9-74 2
3 079-744
3079-745
3 079-746
3079-J

See footnotes at end of table.




68

Mar.
199 0 2

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

127.9
143.2
128.9
133.5
74.1
112.5
114.1
125.7
131.5
98.3
118.5
149.9
157.4

129.0

133.3

17.1

3.3

(3)
129.5
135.2
77.6
106.0
107.6
125.7
131.5
99.5
118.5
148.9
155.9

(3)
132.1
141.7
79.4
103.2
104.7
126.7
131.5
99.5
121.9
150.1
157.8

(3)
6.1
27.7
.4
-2 6 .0
-2 6 .0
4.0
1.9
10.7
4.5
2.6
2.1

(3)
2.0
4.8
2.3
-2 .6
-2 .7
.8
0
0
2.9
.8
1.2

1 1 /8 4
1 1 /8 4
1 2/81

102.9
102.9
115.6

102.9
102.9
118.6

102.9
102.9
118.6

6.0
6.0
5.9

0
0
0

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

104.2
104.8
105.6
88.1
115.0
107.4
129.8
111.6
129.6

104.8
105.5
106.3
89.2
115.0
108.6
130.3
112.2
130.7

105.0
105.7
106.5
89.2
115.0
108.6
130.9
113.0
134.0

2.0
2.1
2.2
2.1
-.9
1.1
3.2
1.3
4.2

.2
.2
.2
0
0
0
.5
.7
2.5

0 6 /8 3

114.8

114.8

114.8

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 9 /8 5
0 6 /8 3

112.4
112.3
120.2
116.5
119.4
132.2
110.2
106.3
114.4
110.4
119.2

113.6
113.4
121.6
119.0
119.4
133.8
110.6
106.3
115.2
110.8
120.1

113.6
113.3
121.5
119.0
119.4
133.6
110.6
106.3
115.2
110.8
120.1

2.7
2.4
4.1
3.6
2.2
5.3
1.1
1.8
.4
.4
2.6

0
-.1
-.1
0
0
-.1
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
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

111.8
126.3
118.6
128.5
132.1
108.4
108.4
110.2
110.6

111.8
130.1
119.9
129.0
133.2
112.2
108.5
110.4
111.3

111.8
130.1
120.0
129.0

2.7
5.0
2.5
2.7

0
0
.1
0

(3/
110.1
108.5
110.4
111.7

(3)
4.4
2.6
4.0
-1 .1

(3)
-1 .9
0
0
.4

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

94.4
112.9
92.6
101.0
104.8

94.1
114.4
92.7
101.1
104.8

94.0
113.7
92.7
101.1
104.8

-8.1
-.9
.4
1.9
1.9

-.1
-.6
0
0
0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

116.2
112.6

117.5
113.8

117.5
113.8

3.6
3.6

0
0

1 2 /8 2

3 04 1-3
3 04 1-31 2
304 1-31 4
304 1-31 6
3 04 1-31 8
3041-4
3041-451
3 04 1-6
3 04 1-63
3 04 1-66 3
304 1-67 4
3 0 4 1-68
3041-684
304 1 -SM
304 1 -M
3 0 4 1 -Z89
30 4 1 -S

Feb.
1 9902

117.6

118.3

118.3

.2

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

117.6
117.7
113.5
111.6
110.5
111.6
103.2
94.4
118.3
106.3
103.3
104.1
129.2
116.4
108.5
111.7

118.3
118.3
113.9
112.2
110.8
111.7
101.5
89.4
119.5
107.8
104.3
103.7
129.2
114.9
116.9
112.7

118.3
118.2
112.5
112.1
110.7
107.9
101.5
89.5
119.3
107.6
106.9
102.0
129.7
114.9
115.3
113.1

.2
-.1
-4 .4
-5 .6
2.1
-5 .4
-1 4 .3
-2 2 .5
-2 .6
3.4
4.4
-2 .3
11.2
1.1
7.6
1.4

0
-.1
-1 .2
-.1
-.1
-3 .4
0
.1
-.2
-.2
2.5
-1 .6
.4
0
-1 .4
.4

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

M isce lla n e o u s p lastic p ro d u cts— C ontin u ed
Injectio n m o ld e d .....................................................................................................
C o m p re s s io n /tra n s fe r m o ld e d ...........................................................................
C a s t .............................................................................................................................
O t h e r ...........................................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s n on m o ld ed p lastic pro du cts, n. e. c ......................................
U n sup p orte d rods, tubes, and o th e r s h a p e s ...............................................
P lastic sh oe p r o d u c t s ...........................................................................................
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 the r ...........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3079-J61
307 9-J62
307 9-J65
3 07 9-J66
307 9-K
3079-K81
307 9-K 8 8
3079-K91
3 07 9-K 9 1 02
307 9-K 9 3
3079-K 94
3079-K 99
3079-SM
3079-M
3079-Z 89
3079-S

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
19902

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

111.4
112.6
109.4
118.0
113.9
136.9
114.1
117.7
129.6
112.4
122.1
111.9

112.6
112.7
109.4
118.7
113.7
133.0
112.8
118.1
133.5
112.1
122.6
112.6

113.1
112.8
110.1
118.9
113.6
133.0
114.2
118.1
133.5
112.8
122.6
112.2

1.3
1.3
1.3
3.2
1.7
.6
2.5
1.0
9.5
-.1
3.1
2.4

0.4
.1
.6
.2
-.1
0
1.2
0
0
.6
0
- .4

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

125.3
128.8
112.5

125.3
128.8
114.8

128.4
132.9
114.9

4.2
5.6
1.6

2.5
3.2
.1

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

L ea the r and le ath er p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................

31

1 2 /8 4

119.4

121.4

121.9

4.2

.4

L eather tanning and fin is h in g .................................................................................................

311

0 6/8 1

163.9

168.0

168.4

4.7

.2

L ea the r tanning and fin is h in g .................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
F inished ca ttle and kip le a th e r ..................................................................................
G rains, e xcep t o ffal and w e lting le a th e r ............................................................
Bag, case, and strap le a t h e r .............................................................................
U p holstery le a th e r ..................................................................................................
U pper leather, including p a t e n t ........................................................................
Dress and casual shoe, including all p a t e n t ............................................
O the r upper le a th e r ...........................................................................................
G arm e nt le ath er .....................................................................................................
O the r g r a in s .............................................................................................................
Finished sheep and lam b le a th e r .............................................................................
G arm e nt le a th e r ..........................................................................................................
O th e r finished leather, n .e .c.........................................................................................
R ough, 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.........
Rough, crust, a nd o th e r se m ifin ish ed le a t h e r .................................................
R e ceipts fo r c o n tra c t tan n ing d on e fo r o th e rs on th e ir m a te 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

163.9
164.1
167.5
169.8
221.5
198.7
155.0
155.7
151.5
159.6
210.1
186.2
182.2
122.4
169.0
172.2
130.3

168.0
168.1
170.7
173.1
220.4
201.6
160.2
160.5

4.7
4.8
4.8
5.0

.2
.4
.4
.4
0
3.2
-.6
-.4

(3)
159.7
218.0
186.3
182.3
122.7
186.1
181.5
130.7

168.4
168.7
171.4
173.8
220.4
208.1
159.2
159.8
156.4
164.6
2 18.6
186.3
182.3
121.9
184.8
180.7
132.9

B o o t a nd sh oe cu t s to ck and fin d in g s ...............................................................................

313

1 2 /8 4

117.4

118.3

B o o t a nd sh oe cu t sto c k and f in d in g s ...............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O uter soles and in ne rso le s o f le a th e r ....................................................................
O the r le ath er cu t s t o c k .................................................................................................
N o n-le ath er sto c k and fin din g s incl. h e e ls ............................................................
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 .......................................................................................................

3131

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

117.4
119.0
125.8
122.8
114.0

1 2 /8 4

103.9

Footw ear, excep t r u b b e r ..........................................................................................................

314

1 2 /8 4

H ouse s lip p e r s .............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ouse slippers, e xcep t slipper s o c k s .....................................................................
Leather house s lip p e r s .............................................................................................
M e n ’s ..........................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s ...................................................................................................................
H ouse slippers, e xc e p t le a t h e r .............................................................................
W o m e n ’s ...................................................................................................................

3142

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

M e n ’s fo o tw e a r ............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................ ........................
M e n ’s le ather u pper fo o tw e a r ...................................................................................
M e n ’s le ath er u pper dress and casual sh oes ................................................
M e n ’s le ath er upper b oo ts .....................................................................................
M e n ’s le ath er u pper w o rk sh oes or b o o t s .......................................................
M e n ’s p lastic upper 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 pp er fo o tw e a r ......................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary 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

W o m e n ’s f o o tw e a r .....................................................................................................................
Prim 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 upper dress s h o e s ..................................................................
W o m e n ’s le ath er u pp er casual shoes ...............................................................
W o m e n ’s le ather u pp er s a n d a ls ...........................................................................

3144

3111 -P
3111-1
3 111-1A
3111-134
3111-135
3111-137
3111-13711
3 111-13712
3 111-142
3 11 1-147
3111-3
3111-331
3111-4
311 1-5
3111-513
3111-9

3131-P
3 131-116
3131-131
3131-191
3131-SM
3 131-S

3142-P
3142-1
3142-111
3142-11133
3 142-11144
3142-122
3 142-12244

3143-P
3143-1
3143-111
3 143-112
3143-113
3143-2
3143-217
3143-3
3143-SM
3 143-Z 89
3143-S

3144-P
3144-1
3144-111
3144-112
3 144-113

See footnotes at end of table.




69

(3)
(3)
3.2
4.3
(3)
(3)
(3)
2.5
2.8

(3)
5.7

(3)
3.1
.3
0
0
-.7
- .7
-.4
1.7

118.5

2.4

.2

118.3
119.5
127.2
122.7
114.4

118.5
120.0
130.0
122.6
114.4

2.4
2.3
6.3
1.7
1.0

.2
.4
2.2
-.1
0

107.8

105.5

2.7

-2.1

119.3

121.6

121.3

4.1

-.2

123.8
124.5
124.8
146.8
140.7
163.2
114.4
114.9

132.5
134.0
134.5
146.9

-1 .5
-2 .3
-2 .3
.4
.6
0
-4 .0
-4.1

-7 .0
-7 .6
-7 .7
0

(3)
163.2
128.6
129.9

123.2
123.8
124.1
146.9
140.9
163.2
113.3
113.8

(3)
0
-1 1 .9
-1 2 .4

138.1
138.2
140.4
137.9
137.1
149.3
118.5
120.3
121.2

139.8
139.4
141.7
139.8
137.1
150.7
119.2
121.2
121.9

140.6
140.3
142.7
140.6
140.3
150.3
119.2
121.2
119.2

5.2
4.7
5.2
6.0
6.9
2.5
.6
.7
-1 .4

.6
.6
.7
.6
2.3
-.3
0
0
-2 .2

1 1 /8 3
1 2 /8 0

103.9
140.9

110.6
142.4

110.8
142.5

9.4
7.3

.2
.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

114.4
112.6
114.2
114.9
128.2
82.1

117.0
115.3
116.4
121.8
128.9

117.3
115.5
116.8
122.4
129.2

4.6
4.7
5.0
7.0
5.3

.3
.2
.3
.5
.2

(3)

(3)

(3)
-.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 Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

W o m e n ’s fo o tw e a r— C ontin u ed
W o m e n ’s le a th e r upp er b o o t s ................................................................................
W o m e n ’s p la stic upp er fo o tw e a r ..............................................................................
W o m e n ’s p la stic u pp er d re ss s h o e s ...................................................................
W o m e n ’s p la stic u pp er casua l s h o e s .................................................................
W o m e n ’s o th e r u pp er f o 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 e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ....................... ...........................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
Fo otw e a r, e xce p t rubber, n .e .c...............................................................................................
Prim 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 ’ and b o ys’ le a th e r u pp er f o o t w e a r .......................................................
M isse s’ fo o tw e a r ............................................................................................................
M isse s’ le a th e r upp er fo o tw e a r ............................................................................
C h ild re n ’s f o o t w e a r ........................................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s le a th e r upp er f o o t w e a r .......................................................................
C h ild re n ’s n on le ath er upper fo o tw e a r .................................................................
In fa n ts ’ and b ab ie s’ fo o tw e a r ....................................................................................
Infa n ts ’ and b a b ie s’ le ather u pper fo o tw e a r ....................................................
Infa n ts ’ and b a b ie s’ n on le ath er u pp er fo o 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 ......................................................................................................
M e n ’s fo o tw e a r ...........................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s fo o tw e a r .....................................................................................................

314 4-11 4
314 4-2
3 14 4-21 6
314 4-21 7
3144-3
314 4-32 3
3144-S M
3 14 4-Z 89
3144-S
3149
3149-P
3149-1
3 14 9-11 2
3149-2
3 14 9-21 5
3149-3
3149-318
3149-319
3149-4
3149-421
3149-422
3149-SM
3 149-S
3143-S
3 144-S

Feb.
19902

Mar.
1 9902

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

112.1
108.7
104.8
115.4
116.3
114.7

(3)
112.1
108.4
118.5
119.9
116.3

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

123.7
150.2

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
0 5 /8 0

135.1
135.2
144.4
142.1
113.6
119.0
140.9
144.8
132.0
141.9
144.4
132.5

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

138.3
114.2
134.6

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

113.0
112.1
108.4
118.5
120.3
117.4

0.8
3.9
1.6
3.6
6.1
10.0

(3)

123.2
152.3

122.6
152.4

.9
3.6

136.6
136.7

135.7
135.5

2.3
2.1

-.7
-.9

(3)
(3)
113.6
119.0
144.2
149.7

(3)
(3)
113.7
119.3
138.8
141.8

(3)
(3)
2.0
2.2
3.3
1.6

(3)
(3)
.1
.3
-3 .7
-5 .3

(3)
143.4
146.3
132.5

(3)
143.3
146.2
132.5

(3)
3.2
4.0
0

(3)
-.1
-.1
0

140.7
119.5
134.6

140.8

4.1

(3)
134.6

(3)
3.1

0
0
0
.3
.9
-.5
.1

.1
(3)
0

L ea the r g loves and m itte n s ....................................................................................................

315

0 6 /8 5

112.9

116.9

117.9

5.8

.9

L ea the r g love s and m itte n s ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A ll le ath er dress and sem idress g love s and m ittens .......................................
B lo ck c u t ........................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ .....................................................................................................
O the r than b lock c u t .................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o y s ’ .....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s ......................................................................................
All le ath er w o rk glove s and m itte ns .......................................................................
A ll grain, excluding w e ld e r s ....................................................................................
A ll split, e xcluding w e ld ers .....................................................................................
Leather, e xcep t all grain and all split, including w e ld ers ............................
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 re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3151

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

112.9
117.9
117.3
111.7
111.7
128.2
128.2
128.2
118.1
119.8
114.5
116.7

116.9
120.6
122.8

117.9
122.2
123.3

5.8
5.6
5.1

.9
1.3
.4

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
119.9
123.0
114.5
116.7

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
121.9
123.0
124.8
116.7

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
5.7
3.5
18.6
1.7

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1.7
0
9.0
0

0 6 /8 5

108.1

108.3

108.3

2.4

0

316

1 2 /8 4

109.1

110.1

114.0

5.9

3.5

3161

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

109.1
109.7
104.7

110.1
110.8
106.3

114.0
114.6
110.5

5.9
5.9
5.6

3.5
3.4
4.0

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

121.8
133.9
120.2
120.2
125.1

124.7
136.9
121.4
120.4
125.1

129.4
136.9
129.4
123.3
137.5

1.7
6.0
9.2
6.4
25.2

3.8
0
6.6
2.4
9.9

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

130.4
109.0
121.1
106.7

129.5
115.4
121.1
106.3

129.8
115.4
121.1
107.8

4.9
6.6
-1 .2
4.2

.2
0
0
1.4

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

107.6
107.4
102.1

107.0
107.3
102.1

114.0
114.5
103.3

9.1
9.2
1.2

6.5
6.7
1.2

1 2 /8 4

114.2

115.5

116.1

2.2

.5

3151-P
3151-2
3151-211
3 151-21114
3 151-213
3 15 1-21317
3 151-21357
3151-7
3151-781
3 151-783
3 151-789
3 151-SM
3 151-M
3151-S

3161-P
3161-1
3 161-112
3161-113
3 161-11335
3161-114
3161-2
316 1-25 3

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 excep t zippered ......................................
M e n ’s hand luggage, all type s e xcep t z ip p e r e d .............................................
Hard s id e ...................................................................................................................
Z ippered hand lu ggage, 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 era c a s e s .....
B rie fcase s and bags, sch oo l bags, enve lo pe s, ca ta lo g cases, and
zip pe re d ring b in d e rs .........................................................................................
M usical in stru m en t ca ses ........................................................................................
A tta c h e ca se s .............................................................................................................
O th e r luggage, including n on -ca nva s k n a p s a c k 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 sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

316 1-27 3
3161-281
3 16 1-28 4
316 1-29 8
3 161-S M
3161-M
3 16 1-Z 89
3 161-S

H a nd b ag s and o th e r p e rson al le ath er g o o d s ..................................................................

317

W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s h an db a gs a nd p u r s e s ..............................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s handbags and p u r s e s ..................................................
A ll or ch iefly le ath er ..................................................................................................
A ll o r ch iefly p la s t ic ...................................................................................................
O the r m aterials, e xcep t precious m e ta ls ...........................................................
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 ......................... .............................................................................

3171

P erson al le a th e r goo ds, e xce p t w o m e n ’s han db a gs and p u r s e s .............................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................

3172

3171-P
3171-5
3171-511
3171-551
3171-571
3 171-S M
3171-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

123.5
123.1
123.1
133.3
118.3
115.1

125.0
124.3
124.3
133.9
118.3
120.7

126.0
125.7
125.7
134.3
122.6
120.7

2.6
2.8
2.8
1.8
3.6
5.0

.8
1.1
1.1
.3
3.6
.0

0 6 /8 2

126.1

128.7

128.2

2.1

-.4

3172-P

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

122.3
122.6

123.5
124.0

123.7
124.2

1.1
.9

.2
.2

See footnotes at end of table.




70

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

P erson al le a th e r g oods, e xce p t w o m e n ’s h an db a gs and p u rses— C ontin u ed
P ersonal le a th e r g oods, e xce p t w o m e n ’s h an db a gs a nd p u r s e s ................
B illfo ld s, w a lle ts, F rench purses and c lu tc h e s ................................................
B illfolds, w a lle ts, French purses and clu tche s, le a t h e r ............................
B illfo ld s and w a lle ts ...........................................................................................
C lu tc h e s .................................................................................................................
O th e r p e rson al goods, le a t h e r ..............................................................................
O th e r p e rson al goods, e xce p t le a t h e r ...............................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

3172-5
317 2-5 A
3172-511
3172-51111
3 17 2-51 1 33
3 17 2-59 6
3172-597
3172-SM
3172-S

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

122.5
123.8
122.7
124.2
124.5

C Tl
O

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Mar.
1 9902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

124.0
125.1
124.3
125.3
128.4
102.0
121.6

0.7
-1 .0
1.7
.3

(3)
120.8

123.8
124.8
123.9
124.5
128.4
102.0
121.6

(3)
(3)
4.2

0.2
.2
.3
.6
0
0
0

115.4

1.6

.3

0 6 /8 2

114.2

115.0

L ea the r goods, n .e.c...................................................................................................................

319

0 6 /8 5

119.3

120.1

120.3

3.9

.2

L ea the r goods, n .e.c...................................................................................................................
Prim 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 ro du cts ........................................
Industrial le ath er b e ltin g ...........................................................................................
Industrial le a th e r p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
Dog collars, le ash e s a nd o th e r h o u seh o ld p e t a cce 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 the r le a th e r/le a th e r-lik e g o o d s ..............................................................................
S econdary 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 ......................................................................................................

3199

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

119.3
117.1
116.9
134.9

120.1
118.0
118.8
135.8

3.9
4.6
4.9
3.2

.2
.3
- .7
0

(3)
116.5

(3)
116.5

120.3
118.3
118.0
135.8
181.0
116.5

(3)
1.7

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

106.0
111.0

107.2
111.2

107.3
112.7

5.5
3.1

.1
1.3

0 6 /8 5

111.8

113.5

113.4

3.2

-.1

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

32

1 2 /8 4

108.5

109.3

109.5

2.1

.2

Flat g la s s ............................................................................................... ........................................

321

1 2 /8 0

111.6

111.5

110.5

-2 .6

- .9

Fla 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 glass p ro du ced 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 glass .....................................................................
O ver .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

111.6
111.6
106.9
110.0
117.1

111.5
111.5
108.4
107.6
116.6

110.5
110.5
108.4
105.5
117.7

-2 .6
-2 .4
2.1
-6 .9
-4 .2

-.9
-.9
0
-2 .0
.9

G la ss and g lassw are, p re ssed o r b lo w n ............................................................................

322

1 2 /8 4

110.6

113.2

113.3

3.2

.1

G la ss c o n ta in e rs .........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G la ss co n ta in e rs fo r d o m e stic co nsu m p tion .......................................................
N arrow neck c o n ta in e rs ...........................................................................................
F o o d ............................................................................................................................
N o n-alcoh olic b e v e ra g e .......................................................................................
N o n-re filla ble ........................................................................................................
B e e r ....................
N o n-refillable
L iq u o r ................
W in e ..................
W ide m o u th co n ta in e rs
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

114.0
114.3
114.3
113.8
108.2
110.5
111.0
118.5
119.5
112.2
118.0

117.3
117.6
117.6
117.3
109.8
114.1
114.6
124.0
125.1

4.9
4.8
4.8
6.4
2.6
6.6
6.6
9.8
9.8
.7
9.3

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

(3)
124.1

117.7
118.0
118.0
117.9
109.8
114.7
115.2
124.3
125.4
114.9
124.1

0 6 /8 2

116.7

119.1

119.0

0

-.1

P ressed and blow n glass, n .e .c..............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
T a ble, kitchen, art, a nd n ove lty glassw are ...........................................................
M a ch ine m ade table, kitch en , art, and n o ve lty g la s s w a r e .........................
O rnam en tal, d e co ra tive, a nd n ove lty glassw are and sm o k e rs ’
a c c e s s o rie s .......................................................................................................
Ha nd m a d e tab le , kitch en , art, and n ove lty g la s s w a r e .................................
S te m w are ..................................................................................................................
T a b le w a re ..................................................................................................................
O th e r handm ade, inclu din g o rn am e n ta l, d e co ra tive, n ove lty and
s m o ke rs’ a c c e s s o rie s ...................................................................................
Lighting a nd e le ctro 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 glass parts fo r in terior
lig h tin g ....................................................................................................................
G la ss fib e r-te xtile t y p e .................................................................................................
O th e r p re ssed a nd b low n g la s s w a r e .....................................................................
Industrial and te ch n ica l g lassw are ......................................................................
O the r g la s s w a r e ..........................................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3229
3 229-P
3229-1
3229-12

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

116.8
117.5
118.9
117.6

118.7
119.5
119.3

118.0
118.8
119.3

.2
.2
-.4

-.6
-.6
0

(3)

(3)

322 9-12 8
3229-13
322 9-13 2
3 22 9-13 3

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

121.8
136.5
152.1
120.4

(3)
141.7
159.2
125.6

3 22 9-13 8
3229-2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

126.6
111.4

322 9-23 7
3229-3
322 9-4
3229-425
3229-429
3229-SM
3229-S

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

P roducts o f p urchased g la s s ..................................................................................................

323

P roducts o f p urchased g la s s ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Lam inated glass, including plate, float, and s h ee t ............................................
For co nstru ctio n and a rch itectu ral u s e s ............................................................
F or a uto m o tive u s e s ..................................................................................................
O E M ............................................................................................................................

3231

3199-P
3199-131
3199-191
3199-19111
3 19 9-19 1 12
3199-196
3199-197
3199-SM
3199-S

3 2 1 1-P
321 1-4
3211-5
321 1-51 6

3221 -P
3221-1
3221-11
3221-111
3221-115
3221-1155
3221-116
3 221-1166
322 1-11 7
322 1-11 9
3221-13
3221-131

0

(3)
0

(3)

(3)

(3)
141.7
159.2
125.6

(3)
4.7
6.4
4.3

(3)

129.2
116.2

128.9
116.5

2.3
9.4

-.2

127.5
116.4
127.8
130.9
104.7

132.8
116.9
132.8
131.2
104.9

134.4
113.8
133.0
131.5
104.9

5.8
-7 .5
2.8
-1 .6
-3 .8

1.2
-2 .7

0
0
0

.3

.2
.2
0

3 23 1 -P
3231-3
3231-321
3231-341
3231-34101

71

0 6 /8 3

105.1

105.1

105.1

.0

.0

0 6 /8 3

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)

117.7

118.8

118.6

3.2

-.2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

117.7
118.0
106.1
97.9
106.1
103.0

118.8
119.1
104.8
90.6
106.1
103.0

118.6
118.9
104.4
88.7
106.1
103.0

3.2
3.4
1.5
-1 1 .2
4.2
3.1

-.2
-.2
-.4
-2.1
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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

P ro du cts o f p urcha sed g la ss— C o ntin u ed
R e p la c e m e n t............................................................................................................
M irrors, p late a nd flo a t (d e co ra te d o r u n d e co ra ted ) ........................................
Fra m e d m irro rs ............................................................................................................
U n fra m ed m ir r o r s ........................................................................................................
A u to m o tive m irro rs .....................................................................................................
P ressed a nd b low n glassw are, m ade fro m g lass 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 ...........................................................
C o n su m e r g la s s w a r e .................................................................................................
M a ch ine m a d e .........................................................................................................
O th e r g lassw are, in clu din g scie ntific, laboratory, industrial, e tc .................
O th e r g la ss p ro du cts, m ade fro m g lass 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, leaded, and fa c e te d g lass a nd co lo re d g lass s la b s ....................
M u ltip le -glaze d , se ale d insulatin g g lass u n it s ..................................................
T e m p e re d g la s s ..........................................................................................................
F or a u to m o tive u s e ................................................................................................
O EM ........................................................................................................................
F or co n stru ctio n and a rch ite ctu ra l u s e ...........................................................
F o r o th e r u s e s .........................................................................................................
O th e r fla t g lass 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 .................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

Feb.
1 99 0 2

Mar.
1 9902

115.3
123.1
133.8
118.6
116.6

7.2
4.4
7.8
2.9
2.4

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

3 2 3 1-34 1 02
323 1-5
3231-521
3231-541
3231-571

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3

122.9
129.6

126.6
(3)
(3)
129.6

126.5
131.6

9.1
13.2

(3)
122.1

(3)
129.5

(3)
10.5

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

116.3
107.3
111.9
104.0
122.6
103.6
102.2
127.0
121.4

116.5
107.3
111.7
104.3
123.7
104.7
101.4
127.6
121.8

116.4

- .3

-.1

(3)
111.8
104.1
123.7
104.7
101.0
127.6
121.8

(3)
-3 .0
.1
2.6
2.2
-3 .2
.8
1.1

(3)
.1
-.2
0
0
-.4
0
0

1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

102.2
117.1

104.1
117.3

104.1
117.3

1.9
.2

0
0

0 6 /8 2

101.6

101.9

102.6

2.4

.7

3 2 4 1 -P

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

101.6
101.4

101.9
101.8

102.6
102.5

2.4
2.3

.7
.7

3241-3
3 24 1-32 2
3 24 1-32 3

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

100.3
97.8
98.2

100.6
97.0
99.7

101.3
97.1
99.4

3241-3231

0 6 /8 9

97.8

100.7

3 241-3232
3 241-324

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

98.8
101.1

3241-3241

0 6 /8 9

3 241-3242
3241-3243
3241-325

324
3241

S tructural cla y p ro du cts ...........................................................................................................

115.3
123.6
133.8
118.8

3231-8
3231-821
3231-871
3 23 1-88
3231-881
3 2 3 1-88 1 04
323 1-88 3
3 23 1-88 9
323 1-89 8
3 231-S M
3 2 3 1 -M
3 2 3 1 -S

H yd ra ulic c e m e n t ........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C em ent, 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 r e g io n .........................................................................................................
N o rth C e ntral r e g io n ..................................................................................................
E ast N o rth C e ntral d ivision, in clu din g 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 .......................................................................
W e st N orth C entral division, including p ortland ce m e nts and o th e r
ce m e nts (m asonry, lim e, e tc .......................................................................
S outh r e g io n .................................................................................................................
S outh A tlan tic division, in cluding p ortlan d ce m e nts and o th e r
ce m e nts (m asonry, lim e, etc.) ...................................................................
East S outh C e ntral division, in cluding portlan d cm e n ts and o th e r
ce m e nts (m asonry, e tc . ) ..............................................................................
W e s t S outh C entral division, in cluding 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 ..................................................................................................................

115.3
123.3
131.2
119.9
118.6

323 1-7
3231-711
323 1-71 1 03
3231-751

H yd ra ulic c e m e n t ........................................................................................................................

0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

(3)

0
-.4
0
-.2
(3)
-.1
(3)
(3)
-.1

(3)
(3)
(3)

.7
.1
-.3

100.0

(3)

-.7

98.5
100.7

98.7
103.1

(3)
(3)

.2
2.4

99.9

99.6

100.2

(3)

.6

0 6 /8 9

99.6

99.3

100.3

(3)

1.0

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

103.0
101.9

102.5
102.8

107.0
102.4

(3)
(3)

4.4
-.4

325

1 2 /8 4

112.6

113.0

113.6

2.0

.5

B rick and stru ctu ra l 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 re fr a c to r y .......................................................
B uilding o r co m m on, and face brick ...................................................................
Building o r co m m o n b rick ...................................................................................
Face b rick .................................................................................................................
O th e r b rick (paving, floor, and sew er) ...............................................................
S eco n da ry p ro 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

112.8
113.4
113.4
113.4
121.9
111.3
108.5

111.8
114.1
114.1
114.2
121.9
112.2
110.4

112.5
114.8
114.8
114.8
124.2
112.5
113.8

.8
2.5
2.5
2.4
1.5
2.7
4.9

.6
.6
.6
.5
1.9
.3
3.1

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 o sa ic ..........................................................................................................
U n g la z e d ....................................................................................................................
Q uarry tile .............................................................. .......................................................
U n g la z e d ....................................................................................................................
G la zed w a ll t i l e ............................................................................................................
O th e r tile in cl. paver, sp ecia l p urpo se, d e co ra tive thin w all, e tc ...............

3253
3253-P
3253-11
3253-112
325 3-12
3 25 3-12 2
3253-131
325 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

111.1
112.5
112.2
112.2
109.3
109.8
115.2
96.4
96.2

110.5
111.8
113.6
113.6
108.2
108.6
114.2
95.0
94.8

111.6
113.0
115.2
115.2
108.5
108.9
115.7
94.9
94.7

2.0
2.4
4.5
4.5
2.0
2.2
2.4
-1 .6
-1 .6

1.0
1.1
1.4
1.4
.3
.3
1.3
-.1
-.1

3255-P
3255-1
3255-111
3 25 5-11 3
3255-116
3 255-11612

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

108.6
108.2
109.3
105.0
110.0
116.3
119.5

110.9
109.7
110.7
102.4
112.4
127.0
133.1

111.1
110.0
111.1
103.7
112.6
127.0

2.9
2.2
1.8
-3 .4
2.4

.2
.3
.4
1.3
.2
0

(3)

(3)

3255-117
3255-2
3255-211
3 25 5-21 3

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

116.8
107.6
102.6
104.2

116.8
111.0
103.4
111.8

118.1
111.1
103.4
109.7

3 25 1 -P
3251-1
3251-111
3251-11101
3 251-11102
3 251-119
3 25 1 -SM

G la zed .........................................................................................................................
C lay re fra c to rie s ..........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B ricks a nd s h a p e s ..........................................................................................................
Firecla y (inclu d ing se m isilica) b rick a nd cla y e xce p t s u p e rd u ty ...............
High alum in a inc. high alum in a la dle 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 .............................................................................
2 300 d eg re es F to 2 799 d eg re es F ................................................................
Clay kiln furniture, ra d ian t h ea ter e lem ents, p o tte rs ’ supplies &
oth. m isc. sh aped ite m s ...................................................................................
U nshaped clay r e fr a c to r ie s .........................................................................................
R e fra cto ry b onding m ortars, w e t and dry, less tha n 5 0 % a lu m in a .........
P lastic re fra cto rie s a nd ra m m ing m ixes, le ss tha n 5 0 % a lu m in a ............

3255

See footnotes at end of table.




72

9.2

5.1
3.5
.8
7.1

(3)
1.1
.1
0
-1 .9

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co d e

Index
base
Nov.
19892

C lay re fra c to rie s — C ontinued
High alum in a p lastic re fra cto rie s a nd ram m im g m ixes, 5 0 % a lum ina
and o v e r ................................................................................................................
C a stab le re fra cto ries (hydraulic s e ttin g ) ................................................................
C a stab le re fra cto ries, less than 5 0% a lu m in a ................................................
H igh alum ina c a sta b le re fra cto ries .............................................. ............... .......
Insu la ting c a sta b le s (de nsity up to 105 Ib s ./c u .ft.) and insulating
g un ning m ix 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 ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

Feb.
1 9902

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

3255-214
3255-3
3255-311
3 25 5-31 2

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

112.5
104.3
101.9
104.9

115.5
104.7
101.9
104.9

116.7
105.1
103.7
104.9

3.4
2.0
2.9
,3

1.0
.4
1.8
0

3 25 5-31 3
3255-S M
3255-S

1 2 /8 5

107.3

108.9

108.0

2.5

-.8

1 2 /8 5

110.5

114.9

114.9

4.0

0

3259-P
3259-1
3259-2

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

110.6
112.3
115.3
105.4

110.6
112.3
115.3
105.4

110.6
112.3
115.3
105.4

1.2
1.4
.3
3.8

0
0
0
0

3259-298

1 2 /8 5

108.0

108.0

108.0

4.2

0

3 26 1 -P
3261-111
3261-121
3261-12101
3261-131

S tructu ra l cla y pro du cts, n .e .c ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
V itrified clay sew er pipe and fit t in g s .......................................................................
O th e r structural clay products, 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

P ottery and related p r o d u c ts ........................ .........................................................................

3 26

1 2 /8 4

114.4

115.5

115.8

2.9

.3

V itre ou s plum bing f ix tu r e s .......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................. ..............................................................
L ava tories, ch in a and e a r th e n w a re ........................................ ............................
W a te r c lo s e t b o w ls ................................................................................. ..................
S ip ho n j e t ..................................................................................................................
F lush t a n k s ...................................................................................................................
O th e r ch in a p lum bing fixtures in cl. o th e r w .c. bow ls, bidets,
drin kin g fou n ta in s, sinks, e tc ...........................................................................
C h in a a nd e arth e n w a re plum bing fixture a cce sso rie s and f it t in g s ..............
C h in a a nd e arth e nw a re plum bing fixture a cce sso rie s and fit t in g 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 ......................................................................................................

3261

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
107.9
108.1
108.5
110.8
106.9

111.5
,09 .2
108.8
110.1
111.5
108.6

111.8
109.5
108.5
110.9
112.8
108.6

2.3
2.2
1.3
3.1
2.9
1.8

.3
.3
-.3
.7
1.2
0

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

108.3
109.5
109.5

108.8
109.5
109.5

110.8
109.5
109.5

5.2
0
0

1.8
0
0

0 6 /8 5

123.9

123.9

124.2

3.1

.2

V itre o u s c h 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 ch in a and porcela in ta b le and kitch en u t e n s ils ..............................
T a b le w a re (fo r serving fo o d a nd drink) .............................................................
H o tel o r co m m e rcia l ta b le w a re ........................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................

3 262

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

124.3
123.7

128.5
127.9

128.7
128.2

4.6
4.8

.2
.2

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

123.7
118.0

127.9
119.7

128.2
120.0

4.8
3.4

.2
.3

P orcelain e lectrical s u p p lie s ...................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ........................................................................ ..................... .................
P orcelain, s te a tite and o th e r ce ra m ic e le ctrica l p ro d u c ts ...............................
All oth e r, inclu din g g uy strain in sulato rs a nd sp oo ls ....................................
Dry p ro ce ss e le ctrica l p o rce la in in cl. p arts fo r radio sets, spark
plugs, cle ats, e tc ..................................................................................................
S te a tite e le ctrica l p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................
Beryllia, titanate, and o th e r ce ra m ic electrical pro du cts n .e .c....................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ................................. .................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

3264

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

110.6
109.8
109.8
103.5

111.3
110.3
110.3
104.6

109.8
108.7
108.7
104.9

2.5
2.4
2.4
3.1

-1 .3
-1 .5
-1 .5
.3

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

108.4
106.2
110.1

(3)
106.3
(3)

(3)
106.5
112.8

(3)
3.8
2.5

(3)

1 2 /8 5

117.5

119.7

118.3

4.3

-1 .2

P ottery pro du cts, n.e.c., including fin e e arth e nw a re fo o d u te n s ils ...........................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A rt, d e co ra tive and n ove lty p o t t e r y ........ .................................................................
C hina and p orcelain ..................................................................................................
E arthenw are and ston e w are ..................................................................................
S to n ew are and fine earth e nw a re foo d utensils, h ousehold and
c o m m e rc ia l............................................................................................................
Ta blew a re .................................................................................................................... .
K itc h e n w a r e ............................... ..................................................................................
O the r pottery products, n .e .c.......................................................................................
All o th e r pottery products, incl. ch em ical ston e w are & porcelain,
n .e .c..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

3268
3268-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

118.4
120.3
121.1
128.7
115.2

118.6
120.5
117.3
122.6
113.1

121.0
123.1
117.3
122.6
113.2

3.1
3.3
-3.1
-4 .7
-1 .7

2.0
2.2
0
0
.1

3268-2
3268-211
3268-212
3268-3

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

115.5
105.1
132.6
128.2

119.6
109.6
136.1
128.2

119.3
109.3
136.0
141.6

6.2
6.0
6.8
9.9

-.3
-.3
-.1
10.5

3 26 8-31 5
3268-S M

1 2 /8 3

131.3

131.3

136.4

2.8

3.9

C o ncrete , gypsum , a nd p laste r p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................

327

1 2 /8 4

105.1

105.3

105.4

1.5

.1

C o n cre te b lo ck and b r ic k .........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C o n cre te b lo ck and co n cre te b r ic k ........................................................................ .
C o n cre te block: light, m edium , a nd norm al (excluding d e co ra tive and
p a v in g )....................................................................................................................
c o n c re te b lo ck a nd brick, e xc e p t d e co ra tive and 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 outh A tlan tic lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ....................................................................
S outh C entral 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 ht co n c re te block, fro m 105 lbs. but < 125 Ib s ./c f dry

3271
3 2 7 1 -P
3271-1

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

123.8
127.2
127.2

124.1
127.5
127.5

124.7
128.2
128.2

1.7
2.1
2.1

.5
.5
.5

3271-11
3271-111
3271-11101
3271-11102
3271-11103
3271-11104
3271-11105

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

128.1
127.2
102.4
103.0
101.1
102.3
104.0

128.3
126.7
100.1
102.6
101.6
101.6
106.0

128.7
127.0
100.4
102.6
101.5
102.7
105.7

1.7
.4
-2.1
.6
.5
.7
3.7

.3
.2
.3
0
-.1
1.1
-.3

3271-115

0 6/8 1

129.9

130.3

131.1

1.1

.6

w e ig ht .................................................................................................................

3261-151
3261-2
3261-211
3 2 6 1 -SM
3 2 6 1 -S

3262-P
3262-1
3262-11
3262-118
3262-SM

3264-P
3264-1
326 4-11 7
326 4-12 9
3264-141
3 26 4-19 8
3264-S M
3264-S

See footnotes at end of table.




73

(3)
.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 Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry, a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

C o n cre te b lo c k a nd b rick— C o ntin u ed
N o rth A tla n tic m e d ium w e ig h t b lo c k ...........................................................
N o rth C e ntral m edium w e ig h t b lo c k ............................................................
S ou th A tla n tic m e d ium w e ig h t b lo c k ...........................................................
W e stern m edium w e ig h t b lo c k ......................................................................
N orm al w e ig h t co n c re te block, 125 lbs. o r m o re /c f dry w e ig h t ..........
N o rth A tla n tic norm al w e ig h t b lo c k .............................................................
N o rth C e ntral norm al w e ig h t b lo ck .............................................................
S ou th A tla n tic norm al w e ig h t b lo c k .............................................................
S ou th C e ntral n orm al w e ig ht b lo c k .............................................................
W e stern norm al w e ig h t b lo ck .......................................................................
D e corative b lo c k (such as scre e n block, sp lit block, slum p block,
s hadow al block, etc.) .......................................................................................
C o ncrete b r ic k .............................................................................................................
Paving b lo c k 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 t s .................................................................................................
C o ntract 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 .......................................................................................................

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

105.5
101.5
100.8
101.8
128.4
104.6
102.6
115.4
102.0
100.7

105.6
102.2
99.3
104.2
129.5
104.8
103.1
117.6
102.5
102.5

105.6
102.2
102.1
104.2
129.9
1 05.0
103.2
119.0
102.5
102.3

0.6
1.0
.8
2.5
3.6
1.7
1.1
13.0
.8
2.1

0
0
2.8
0
.3
.2
.1
1.2
0
-.2

3271-121
3271-151
3271-161
327 1 -SM
327 1 -M
327 1 -XY9
327 1 -Z89
327 1 -S

R eady-m ixed c o n c r e te ...............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R eady-m ixed c o n c r e te ..................................................................................................
N o rth ea st region ready-m ixed co n c re te ............................................................
N ew E ngland ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ...............................................................
Mid A tlan tic ready-m ixed co n c re te ..................................................................
N o rth C entral region ready-m ixed c o n c r e te .....................................................
East N orth C entral ready-m ixed co n c re te ....................................................
W e s t N orth C entral ready-m ixed co ncrete ..................................................
S o u the rn re g ion 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 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 .................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk and o th e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

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

119.1
120.2
122.2

120.2
120.2
122.2

123.8
121.4
122.2

5.4
4.3
7.1

3.0
1.0
0

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

107.5
119.9
106.8
132.9

107.6
119.9
106.9
134.9

107.8
119.9
107.2
134.9

-.4
0
-.4
2.6

.2
0
.3
0

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /7 9

126.5
124.3
114.5
99.5
107.9

126.9
124.6
114.0
98.6
106.8

127.1
124.9
114.7
99.8
108.3

1.8
1.1
-.9
-1 .9
-1 .9

.2
.2
.6
1.2
1.4

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

130.5
137.1
115.7
105.6
143.6
144.5
134.5
117.9
139.4

130.5
138.5

130.5
138.4
115.7
107.9
145.4
144.5
135.1
118.3
139.5

0
1.9
.7
3.4
2.9
0
1.0
2.9
5.0

0
-.1

3272

3273

3272-P
3272-1
3272-16
3272-161
3 272-17
3272-171
3272-2
3 272-213
3272-223
3272-234
3272-261
3272-281
3272-3
3272-331
3272-SM
3272-S

(3)
107.9
145.4
144.5
135.5
117.9
139.2

(3)
0
0
0
-.3
.3
.2

1 2 /7 9

156.5

156.5

156.5

1.2

0

3273-P
3273-111
3273-11 1 A
3273-11101
3 273-11102
3 2 7 3 -1 11B
3 273-11103
3 27 3-11 1 04
3273-111C
3273-11105
3273-11106
3273-11107
3 2 7 3 -1 11D
327 3-11108
3273-11109
3273-SM
3273-M
3273-XY 9
3273-S

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

112.2
110.7
110.7
101.1
102.2
100.6
101.7
102.7
100.2
104.0
108.3
100.9
100.7
100.3
97.8
101.8

112.9
111.5
111.5
101.4
102.8
100.6
103.1
104.9
100.2
104.8
109.2
101.6
101.5
100.5
97.4
102.2

112.9
111.5
111.5
101.4
102.8
100.6
103.1
104.9
100.3
104.3
108.8
100.9
101.5
101.1
97.6
103.2

1.9
1.5
1.5
-.6
.7
-1 .3
.8
1.6
-.4
2.0
4.1
.2
.5
2.2
.7
3.1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.1
-.5
-.4
-.7
0
.6
.2
1.0

06/8 1
06/8 1
06/8 1

119.3
124.6
129.1

118.6
121.5
131.0

117.7
117.6
131.4

3.2
-1 0 .0
8.4

-.8
-3 .2
.3

3274-P
3274-111
3274-151

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

104.0
104.5
102.6
106.6

107.7
108.6
107.7
108.8

107.7
108.6
107.9
108.1

4.2
4.6
5.4
3.1

0
0
.2
-.6

3275-P
3275-225
3275-315

06/8 1
06/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

109.0
109.5
100.4
103.5

104.7
104.5
94.4
96.4

104.8
104.6
93.9
99.0

-3.1
-3 .6
-6 .3
-2 .4

.1
.1
-.5
2.7

1 2 /8 4

120.2

121.2

121.1

1.3

-.1

3 28 1 -P

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

120.2
119.7

121.2
120.7

121.1
120.6

1.3
1.3

-.1
-.1

3281-1
3281-113
3281-135
3281-198

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

111.5
93.4
119.1
102.4

113.4
94.0
121.5
103.5

113.1
94.0
121.1
102.9

2.3
.6
3.0
.3

-.3
0
-.3
-.6

3274
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Q u ic k lim e ...........................................................................................................................
H ydrated lim e ...................................................................................................................
G ypsum p r o d u c ts ........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
1 / 2 inch re g ula r gypsum b o a r d .................................................................................
T ype X g y p s u m b o a rd ....................................................................................................

3275

C ut ston e and ston e p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................

328

C ut ston e and ston e p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
D ressed d im e nsion granite, including gneiss, syenite, diorite, and cut

3281

See footnotes at end of table.




Mar.
1 99 0 2

3271-11501
3 27 1-11 5 02
327 1-11 5 03
3 27 1-11 5 05
3 27 1-11 7
3271-11701
3 27 1-11 7 02
3 27 1-11 7 03
3 27 1-11 7 04
3 271-11705

C o ncrete pro du cts .....................................................................................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
C o ncrete pipe ..................................................................................................................
C u lve rt and storm se w er p ip e ...............................................................................
R e in fo rc e d .................................................................................................................
S anitary se w er p ip e ...................................................................................................
R e in fo rc e d .................................................................................................................
P re cast co n c re te p r o d u c ts ..........................................................................................
S la bs and tile ..............................................................................................................
W all p a n e ls ...................................................................................................................
B urial va ults and b o x e s ............................................................................................
C o ncrete s e ptic t a n k s ..............................................................................................
O the r pre cast co n c re te p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................
P restressed co n c re te products, excluding p i p e ..................................................
S olid and h ollow co re d p a n e ls ..............................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

g r a n ite .........................................................................................................................
B uilding s t o n e ...............................................................................................................
M o num ental s t o n e .....................................................................................................
O the r g ra nite p ro du cts such as paving b locks and c u r b in g ......................

Feb.
1 9902

74

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Feb.
19902

Mar.
1 9902

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

112.4
112.4
141.6
148.0

(3)

(3)

329

1 2 /8 4

109.9

110.5

110.7

2.2

.2

3291

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

138.1
136.7
115.8
116.0
95.9
95.5
144.7
119.6
155.1
153.5
148.0
116.1
117.6

138.4
136.9
116.7
117.0
95.9
96.1
144.8
119.7
154.8
153.9

139.3
137.5
115.6
115.8
91.3
95.9
141.1
121.7
161.0
153.9

4.0
3.9
6.4
6.4
-4 .6
2.7
3.8
16.8
13.5
19.5

.7
.4
-.9
-1 .0
-4 .8
-.2
-2 .6
1.7
4.0
0

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
105.6

(3)
-3 .5

(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
131.5
113.6
128.4

153.6
109.5
108.7
167.4
109.8
162.8

158.0
111.9
115.1
179.9
110.9
165.1
112.3

3.7
3.9
6.4
8.0
3.1
1.5
3.5

(3)
(3)
145.3
133.5
116.0
128.4

(3)
(3)
4.0
1.5
.4
4.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
4.0
1.6
2.2
0

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

166.4
166.4

166.4
166.4

172.3
172.3

4.0
4.0

3.5
3.5

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

102.1
101.3
102.6

104.1
103.4
102.6

101.5
100.6
102.6

-3.1
-3 .4
.5

-2 .5
-2 .7
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

103.3
97.0

103.3
97.0

103.3
97.0

0
-4.1

0
0

1 2 /8 5

108.8

108.8

108.8

-.8

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

109.4
109.9
113.2
98.4
112.9
114.0
127.9
101.5
107.6
106.1
99.9

110.3
110.8
113.8
98.4
112.9
115.3
128.7
101.5
108.7
107.6
99.9

110.4
110.7
114.0
98.4
112.9
115.7
128.7
101.5
108.5
107.7

2.2
2.2
3.2
0
4.3
4.1
4.3
.5
1.6
1.9

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

(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
96.5
116.0
112.6
117.7
108.7

128.6
107.2
96.5
116.0

128.6
107.7
96.5
116.0

8.4
.5
-4 .0
1.8

(3)
117.7

(3)
117.7

(3)
1.6

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

107.9
104.1

109.7
105.0

109.7
106.0

1.7
2.1

0
1.0

3295-P
3295-1

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

109.5
111.9
111.9

109.9
112.4
112.4

111.6
113.7
113.7

2.3
2.2
2.2

1.5
1.2
1.2

3295-111
3295-131

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

106.3
103.6

106.3
104.2

106.3
104.2

1.9
.2

0
0

C u t s to n e and s to n e p ro d u cts— C o ntinued
D resse d d im e nsion lim estone, inclu din g d olo m ite , tra vertine , ca lcareo u s
tufa, and cu t lim e s to n e ........................................................................................
B uilding s t o n e ..............................................................................................................
D ressed d im ension m arble and o th e r s t o n e .......................................................
B uilding 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 sto n e ................................................................................................
Abrasives, a sbestos, and m iscellaneous n on m etallic m ineral
p ro du cts .................................................................................................................................
A brasive p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N o nm eta llic sized grains, pow ders, and flo u r a b r a s iv e s .................................
S yn th e tic n o n m e ta llic sized grains, p ow ders, a nd flo u r a b r a s iv e s ..........
S ilico n ca rb ide .........................................................................................................
A lu m in um o x id e ......................................................................................................
N o n m e ta llic abrasive p ro d u cts (including d iam on d abrasive s) .....................
Resinoid and sh ellac b o n d .....................................................................................
R e in fo rc e d .................................................................................................................
N o n o re in fo rc e d .......................................................................................................
V itrified bond ...............................................................................................................
D iam ond w h ee ls .........................................................................................................
O the r b o n d ...............................................................................................................
N o nm eta llic co ate d abrasive products, buffing w heels, polishing w heels,

3281-2
3281-213
3281-3
3 281-337
3281-33715

3 29 1 -P
3291-5
3 29 1 -5A
329 1-51 7
329 1-51 9
3291-6
3291-6A
3291-637
3291-642
3291-631
3291-671
3291-67102
3291-7
3291-71
3291-711
329 1-71 1 02
3 291-715
3 291-71501
3 291-72
3291-721
3 291-72 1 02
329 1-73 9
3291-8
3291-811
3291-831
3 29 1 -SM
3 29 1 -M
3 2 9 1 -Z89

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 elts ........................................................................................................................
P aper (all bon 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 er-clo th, vu lcan ize d clo th -fib e r co m b in a tio n s) ........
M e tal a b rasive s (including scouring p a d s ) ............................................................
S te e l and iron grit, shot, and s a n d ......................................................................
S te e l w o o l.....................................................................................................................
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 sales ..........................................................................................................................
A sb e sto s p r o d u c t s .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A sb e sto s frictio n m a te r ia ls ..........................................................................................
M o ld ed b ra ke linings c o nta ining asbe stos, inclu din g all n on w o ven
t y p e s ........................................................................................................................
A sb e sto s d isc b rake p a d s ......................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

3292

G aske ts, packing, and sealing d e v ic e s ..............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G a ske ts and g a ske ting m a te r ia ls .............................................................................
A sbe stos, co m p re sse d (all typ e s o f b in d e rs )...................................................
C o rk and co rk r u b b e r ................................................................................................
R u bb e r (e la s to m e ric ).................................................................................................
M e t a llic ...........................................................................................................................
O th e r n o n m e ta llic gaske ts, inclu din g flu o ro ca rb o n g a ske ts a nd sh ee ts
P acking and sealing d evice s .....................................................................................
P acking a nd seals, r u b b e r ......................................................................................
O il and gre ase seals, radial lip t y p e ...............................................................
Lip-type m olded packing, single and m ultiple units (flange, cup,
U-ring, V -ring, e t c . ) .........................................................................................
A ll o th e r m olded p acking and s e a ls ...............................................................
P lastics packing and seals, including o -rin g s ...................................................
Packing, e xcep t leather, rubber, m etal, and p la s tic s ....................................
C om pression packing fo r sealing, m oving and n on m oving p a r ts ........

3293

3292-P
3292-2
3 292-215
3292-221
3292-SM
3292-S

3293-P
3293-2
329 3-21 3
3293-221
3293-231
3293-251
329 3-29 8
3293-3
3293-311
3293-31121
3293-31131
3293-31139
3293-341
3293-362
3293-36261
3293-36 2 69
3293-371
3293-S M
3293-M
3293-S

A ll o th e r packin g and se als ................................................................................
A xia l m e ch an ica l s e a ls .............................................................................................
S e co 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 .................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ........................................................ .............................................
M ine ra ls a nd e arth s g ro un d o r t r e a t e d ..............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M inerals and e arth s ground o r tr e a te d ...................................................................
L ightw eight aggregate, expanded clay, slag, perlite, haydite, pum ice
and diato m a ceo u s e a r t h ..................................................................................
Slag, including crushed and g r o u n d ....................................................................

3295

See footnotes at end of table.




75

(3)
(3)
(3)
139.7
131.4
113.5
128.4

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

0.6
.6
0
0
(3)

0
0
0
0
(3)

2.9
2.2
5.9
7.5
1.0
1.4

(3)
0
.5
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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
P roduct
co de

Index
base
0
0

o

Is z
CD<

Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de




Mar.
1 9902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

(3)

(3)

3295-181

0 6 /8 5

102.3

(3)

(3)

329 5-18 4

0 6 /8 5

112.4

115.2

115.2

2.7

0

3 29 5-19 8
3295-S M
3295-S

M ine ra ls and e arth s g ro un d o r tre a te d — C ontin u ed
Natural graphite, g round, re fin ed o r b len d ed ...................................................
Clay, including gro un d cru d e fire clay, high alum in a clay, a nd silica
fire c la y ...................................................................................................................
O th e r m inerals and earth s, gro un d o r tre a te d , in cl. feldsp ar, ro o f
g ra nu le s and b a r it e ............................................................................................
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 ts ......................................................................................................
M ineral w o o l ................................................................................................... .............................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ......................... ......................................................................................
M ine ra l w o ol fo r stru ctu ra l in s u la tio n ......................................................................
L o o se fib e r and g ra nu la te d f i b e r ..........................................................................
M ine ra l w o ol fo r industrial, equ ip m e nt, and a p p lia n ce in s u la tio n ................
B la n ke ts (flexible) in clu din g fa b rica te d pieces, rolls, and b a t t s ................
F a ced a nd m e tal m e s h e d ...................................................................................
A cou stica l, in clu din g pads, boa rd s, p atch es, e tc .............................................
O th e r m ineral w o o l fo r industrial, equ ip m e nt, a nd a pp lia n ce
in s u la tio n ............... ..............................................................................................

Feb.
1 9902

0 6 /8 5

119.3

119.6

121.5

2.5

1.6

0 6 /8 5

100.5

(3)

(3)

(3)

3296-P
3296-1
3296-111
329 6-2
329 6-23 5
3 2 9 6 -23 5 36
3 296-283

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

108.4
108.2
94.7
90.8
132.5
149.3
143.8

108.3
108.0
94.5
84.2
132.4
149.3
143.8

108.3
108.0
94.0
85.1
133.8
149.3

(3)

(3)
(3)

2.0
2.0
2.5
-6 .2
1.2
2.8

329 6-29 8

12/8 1

124.3

124.3

124.3

-3 .9

329 6

76

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
0
0
-.5
1.1
1.1
0

(3)
(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 rce n t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
Nov.
1 9892

N o n cla y re fra c to rie s ...................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B ricks a nd s h a p e s ..........................................................................................................
M a g ne site a nd m a g n e site-chrom e b ricks a nd s h a p e s ................................
O ther, in clu din g basic pouring pit re fra c to rie s .............................................
M ullite b ricks and shapes, m ade pre do m in a ntly o f fuse d o r syn th e tic
m u llite .....................................................................................................................
E xtra-high alum ina bricks & shapes, m ade pre do m in a ntly o f fuse d and
syn th e tic a lu m in a s .............................................................................................
A ll o th e r b ricks and shapes, including d olom ite, dolo m ite -m ag ne site
and 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
nonhydraulic setting t y p e ....................................................................................
Basic castables, p lastics and ram m ing m ixes (w et and dry t y p e s ) ........
G un n ing m ixes, basic a nd o th e r ...............................................................................
O th e r non cla y re fra cto ry m aterials in lum p o r ground f o r m ...........................
All o th e r d om estic sh ipm en ts as re fra cto ry raw m a te r ia 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 ......................................................................................................

3297

N o n m e ta llic m ineral pro du cts, n .e .c......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S ta tua ry and 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 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 ......................................................................................................

329 9

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

3297-P
3297-1
329 7-11 2
3297-11213

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

108.5
108.7
107.6
104.2
104.7

109.8
110.1
109.2
106.4
107.6

110.5
110.8
110.2
108.4
109.6

1.8
1.9
2.2
4.0
4.7

0.6
.6
.9
1.9
1.9

3 297-115

1 2 /8 5

113.4

114.6

114.6

1.1

0

3297-116

1 2 /8 5

111.8

112.8

112.8

.9

0

3297-121

1 2 /8 5

118.0

118.0

118.0

1.3

0

3297-4
3297-411
3297-5
3297-6
329 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

119.1
117.4
105.5
106.8
104.3

119.1
117.4
107.5
106.8
104.3

119.1
117.4
107.5
106.8
104.3

.7
1.1
1.3
.5
0

0
0
0
0
0

1 2 /8 5

108.2

109.3

109.4

2.3

.1

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

106.4
104.1
111.1
101.6

109.4
107.5
111.8
102.1

109.4
107.5
111.8
102.2

2.5
3.0
3.0
-1 .2

0
0
0
.1

1 2 /8 5

125.1

125.1

125.1

-.2

0

3299-P
3299-2
3299-3
3299-S M
3299-S

P rim ary m e tal in d u s trie s ...........................................................................................................

33

1 2 /8 4

118.0

115.1

116.2

-3 .2

1.0

B la st fu rna ce s, stee l w orks, a nd rolling a nd fin ishing m ills ........................................

331

1 2 /8 4

108.3

106.7

106.5

-2 .0

-.2

B la st fu rn a ce s and stee l m i lls ...............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O pe n die o r sm ith fo rg in g s (ha m m e r o r press), f e r r o u s .................................
O pen die o r sm ith fo rg in g s (h a m m e r o r press), fe r r o u s ..............................
O th e r stee l m ill pro du cts, e xce p t w ire p ro d u cts ................................................
C o ke oven and b la st fu rn a ce p ro d u c ts ..................................................................
C o ke o ve n p r o d u c t s ..................................................................................................
C oke, e xce p t scre e nin g s and b r e e z e .............................................................
Fu rnace co ke ......................................................................................................
O th e r c o k e ............................................................................................................
S teel in go ts and se m ifin ish ed sh ap es and f o r m s ..............................................
S em ifinished pro du cts (excluding w ire rods), ca rb on ...................................
B illets, c a r b o n ..........................................................................................................
W ire rods, carbon ......................................................................................................
S em ifinished p ro du cts (excluding w ire rods), a l l o y .......................................
Billets, a llo y ..............................................................................................................
S em ifinished p ro du cts (excluding w ire rods), s ta in le s s ...............................
B illets, s ta in le s s ......................................................................................................
W ire rods, s ta in le s s ...................................................................................................
Tin m ill pro du cts, h.r. sh e e ts and strip (incl. m e tallic co a te d and
e le c tr ic a l) ...................................................................................................................
S heets, h.r., c a r b o n ...................................................................................................
S he e ts and strip, h ot d ipp e d g alvanized, c a r b o n ...........................................
S h e e ts and strip, e le c tro ly tic g alvanized, c a r b o n ...........................................
O th e r m e tallic co a te d sh e e ts and strip, ca rb on .............................................
Strip, h.r., ca rb on ........................................................................................................
B la c k p la te .....................................................................................................................
T in p la te ..........................................................................................................................
Tin fre e s t e e l ................................................................................................................
S heets, h.r., a llo y ........................................................................................................
Strip, h.r., s t a in le s s ....................................................................................................
H ot ro lle d bars, p la te s a nd stru ctu ra l s h a p e s .....................................................
P lates, ca rb o n .............................................................................................................
H eavy stru ctu ra l shapes, piling and piles, c a r b o n ..........................................
H e avy stru ctu ra l shapes, ca rb o n .....................................................................
Bars, h.r., ca rb o n ............................................... ........................................................
Bars, h.r., carb on , m e rch a n t q u a lity ................................................................
Bars, h.r., ca rb on , sp ecia l q u a lit y .....................................................................
Bars, lig h t stru ctu ra ls, ca rb o n ................................................................................
C o n cre te re in forcing bars, c a r b o n .......................................................................
Plates, a l l o y ..................................................................................................................
H eavy structural shapes, a llo y ..............................................................................
Bars, h.r. (including light 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 and structural shapes, s ta in le s s .............................................................
P lates, s ta in le s s ......................................................................................................
G rade 3 0 4 .............................................................................................................
O the r 300 s e r ie s .................................................................................................

3312
331 2-P
33 1 2-B
331 2-B 6 2
331 2-C
3312-1
3 3 1 2-1 A
3312-111
3312-11111
331 2-11 1 14
3312-2
3312-213
3312-21311
3312-219
3312-236
3312-23611
3 31 2-25 6
3312-25611
3 312-259

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

113.0
112.5
97.7

110.9
110.5
96.3
100.3
112.0
89.7
86.2
83.6
77.5

-1 .9
-2 .0
-1 .0

-.2
-.2
0
.0
1.0
-2 .8
-3 .7
-4 .9
-7.1

(3)
124.7

111.1
110.7
96.3
100.3
110.9
92.3
89.5
87.9
83.4
99.8
106.7
107.7
110.2
105.6
104.3
91.2
113.1

(3)
126.7

3312-3
3312-311
3 312-313
3 31 2-31 5
3 312-317
3 312-319
3 31 2-32 4
331 2-32 6
331 2-32 8
3312-331
3 312-359
331 2-4
331 2-41 2
331 2-41 5
3312-41511
331 2-42 2
3312-42211
331 2-42 2 12
331 2-42 4
3312-425
3312-431
3312-435
3312-441
3 312-448
3312-449
3312-45
3312-453
3312-45314
3312-45315

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

See footnotes at end of table.




77

(3)
110.6
89.5
85.9
87.5
82.7
(3)
109.8

(3)
5.4
.8
1.2
-3 .4
-5 .8

(3)
-1 .6
-2 .0
-5 .0
-6 .9
-2 5 .1

(3)
-.5
-.4
.6
0
-1 .6
-1 .8
0

(3)
(3)

(3)
106.2
107.3
110.9
105.6
102.6
89.6
113.1
100.0
126.0

(3)
-1 6 .9

(3)
(3)

123.2
112.1
134.4
115.1
119.4
112.6
146.1
137.4
140.0

121.4
111.1
126.0
114.8

121.9
111.6
125.8
114.9

.2
-2 .8
.4
-.2

(3)
109.2

(3)
109.2

(3)
-3 .7

(3)
139.2
144.4

(3)
142.8
143.3

(3)
8.5
8.1

(3)
(3)
109.6

(3)
92.2
105.7
98.8
94.7
94.6
105.5
103.1
107.8
104.5
110.2

(3)
92.2
104.7
96.5
89.0
89.0
105.5
103.1
107.8
104.8
109.9

(3)
(3)
-6 .5
(3)
(3)
-1 7 .3
-6 .2
-9 .5
-3.1
-8 .3
-5 .8

0
-.9
-2 .3
-6 .0
-5 .9
0
0
0
.3
-.3

(3)
(3)
114.2

(3)
(3)
114.3

(3)
(3)
-5 .3

(3)
(3)
.1

(3)
123.7
131.0
130.5
96.9
96.6

(3)
122.0
132.9
132.4
94.2
95.5

(3)
-.7

(3)
-1 .4
1.5
1.5
-2 .8
-1.1

(3)
110.2
107.9
107.2

(3)
(3)
102.5
109.7
111.0
108.5
110.4
113.8
101.3
106.0
117.3
109.0
124.0
(3)
142.1
(3)
(3)

(3)
-6 .3

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

.4
.5
-.2
.1
(3)
0
(3)
2.6
-.8
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rcen t ch an ge
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
P roduct
co de

Index
Nov.
19892

B la st furn a ce s and stee l m ills— C o ntinued
Bars, h.r., s t a in le s s ....................................................................................................
G ra de 304 .................................................................................................................
S te e l w ir e ...........................................................................................................................
C a rb on w ire ..................................................................................................................
Plain wire, c a r b o n ...................................................................................................
G alvan ize d wire, c a r b o n ......................................................................................
S ta in le ss w ir e ...........................................................................................................
S te e l pipe and t u b e s .....................................................................................................
Pipe and oil co u n try tub u lar g oods, ca rb on .....................................................
S ta n da rd pipe, c a r b o n ..........................................................................................
Oil co u n try tu b u la r goods, c a r b o n ....................................................................
C asing (O CTG ), ca rb on ...................................................................................
M e ch an ica l tubing, c a rb o n ......................................................................................
Pipe a nd tubing, a llo y ................................................................................................
Oil co u n try tu b u la r goo ds, a llo y ........................................................................
Casing (O CTG ), a llo 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 h e e ts and strip, c.r., c a r b o n .................................................................................
S heets, c.r., c a r b o n ................................................................................................
S he e ts and strip, c.r., s ta in le s s .............................................................................
S heets, c.r., s ta in le s s ............................................................................................
Strip, c.r., s ta in le s s .................................................................................................
G ra de 3 0 4 .............................................................................................................
C old fin ishe d bars ..........................................................................................................
Bars, c.f., stainle ss ....................................................................................................
G ra de 3 04 .................................................................................................................
O th e r 3 00 s e r ie 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 iscellan eo 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 ...........................................
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 ts ......................................................................................
S teel w ire p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................

3312-461
3 31 2-46 1 14
3 312-5
331 2-5A
3312-511
3 31 2-51 5
3312-551
331 2-6
331 2-6A
3312-611
331 2-61 9
3312-61911
3 31 2-6C
3312-6E
3312-633
3312-63311
331 2-7
3312-71
3312-711
3 31 2-75
3312-751
331 2-75 5
3 3 1 2-75 5 14
3312-8
3312-851
3 31 2-85 1 14
3 31 2-85 1 15
3 312-S M
3 3 1 2-M
3 312-X Y 9
3 3 1 2-S
3312-S S S
3 3 1 5-S

3 313-4
3313-451
3 31 3-46 9

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

3315

C old finishing o f steel sh apes - m fpm ................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S he e ts and strip, m e tallic co ated and e lectrical, c . r ........................................
C old rolled sh ee ts and s t r ip .......................................................................................
S heets and strip, c.r., c a r b o n ................................................................................
Strip, c.r., c a r b o n ....................................................................................................
S h e e ts and strip, c.r., a llo y .....................................................................................
Strip, c.r., a llo y ........................................................................................................
S he e ts and strip, c.r., s ta in le s s .............................................................................

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

3313

Ste e l w ire and re la ted p ro d u cts - m f p m ............................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u cts .................................................................................................................
N o n insu la ted fe rro u s w ire rope, ca ble and s tr a n d .............................................
W ire rope a nd c a b le ..................................................................................................
W ire stra nd and fo rm s
S teel nails and sp ikes
Ste e l w ire nails ...
B rig ht nails ......
G alvan ize d nails
O th e r n a ils .......
W ire sta p le s and tacks, cu t nails and sp ikes ..................................................
Ste e l w ire s t a p le s ...................................................................................................
S teel w ir e .................
C a rb on w ire ........
Plain wire, ca rb on
O th e r co a te d w ire, c a r o o n ..................................................................................
S ta in le ss w ir e ...........................................................................................................
F errous w ire clo th and o th e r w o ven w ire p r o d u c ts ...........................................
O th e r fa b rica te 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 fa b ric (co n cre te re in forcing m esh) .............................
O the r w ire p r o d u c ts ...................................................................................................
O th e r w ire pro du cts ...............................................................................................
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 ......................................................................................................

90.4
101.9
107.5
117.8
104.2

3313-P
3313-3

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 and p ro du cts m ade in e le ctric and o th e r furna ce s,
e xce p t b last fu rn a ce s ...........................................................................................
F e rro m o ly b d e n u m ......................................................................................................
O th e r ferro a llo ys .........................................................................................................
O th e r p ro d u cts m ade in e le ctric and o th e r furna ce s, e xce p t blast
furn a ce s .................................................................................................................

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

3316

331 3-49 8

134.1

Mar.
199 0 2

M ar. 1989

Feb. 1990

123.6
97.9
102.8
99.2
98.6

123.6
97.9
102.7
99.2
98.6

-11 .1
(3)
-1 .2
.8
.9

0
0
-.1
0
0

(3)
(3)
94.1
93.9

(3)
(3)
94.7
95.3

(3)
(3)
1.8
1.0

(3)
(3)
.6
1.5

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
119.0
99.7
120.2
97.3

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-.5

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-.1
-.2
-.2
0

(3)
116.7
98.3
95.6
100.8
95.6
96.7

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
118.9
99.5
120.0
97.3
96.4
116.7
98.3
96.7
100.8
95.6
96.7

(3)
(3)
107.7

(3)
(3)
107.7

(3)
(3)
-1 .0

(3)
(3)

(3)
103.5

(3)
103.5

(3)
.8

(3)

137.3
138.0
111.0

129.8
129.8
111.5

130.1
130.1
110.0

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

.2
.2
-1 .3

165.5
91.2
112.6

150.1
90.2
101.2

150.1
90.2
101.2

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

0
0
0

(3)
102.8
99.1
98.6
102.0
132.4
93.2
94.6
103.6
89.8
88.7
(3)
83.7
(3)
(3)
120.0
(3)
120.4
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
107.6
115.6
(3)
(3)

(3)
.2
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-1 2 .8
-1 7 .2
(3)
(3)

(3)
0
0
1.2
0
0
0

0
0

0 6 /8 3

106.5

107.9

108.0

-2 .0

.1

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

110.5
109.0
114.8
116.5

110.5
109.0
113.8
116.5
97.1
107.3
109.7

111.0
109.5
113.8
116.5
97.1
109.8
113.4

1.9
2.1
1.5
1.6

.5
.5
0
0
0
2.3
3.4

(3)
(3)
102.0
104.3
106.2
103.1
100.1
99.2
102.7
135.5
106.5
110.5
103.5
104.0
101.2
101.2

(3)
111.4
104.2
104.3
106.2
103.6
100.4
99.2
102.9
136.8
106.5
111.4
103.5
104.0
104.9
104.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
-2 .0
.3
1.1
1.8
2.4
-.8
.1

3 3 1 5-P
3315-1
3315-111
3315-151
331 5-2
331 5-2A
3315-211
331 5-21 3
331 5-21 8
331 5-2B
331 5-22 3
3315-5
331 5-5 A
3315-511
331 5-51 9
3315-551
3315-7
3 315-9
3 315-96
3315-961
3 315-98
3315-989
3315-SM
3 3 1 5-S

0 6 /8 2

127.2

127.2

127.2

.2

0

3316-P
3316-3
3316-7
3316-71
331 6-71 5
3 316-73
3316-735
3316-75

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

113.9
114.1

111.0
111.5
114.5
121.3
99.8
112.4
99.1
119.2
95.9

111.0
111.0
113.8
120.8
99.7
112.3
99.1
119.2
94.1

-6 .3
-6 .6

0
-.4
-.6
- .4
-.1
-.1
0
0
-1 .9

See footnotes at end of table.




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

C Tl
O
C C
O D
o cr

Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

78

(3)
107.7
109.3
108.5
(3)
(3)
106.6
106.2
103.9
99.8
99.3
102.5
140.7
(3)
108.2
103.5
104.0
(3)
(3)

(3)
122.9
(3)
112.8
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
2.7
5.4

(3)
5.8
4.8
4.6
(3)
(3)

(3)
-7 .3
(3)
-10.1
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
2.2
0
0
.5
.3
0
.2
1.0
0
.8
0
0
3.7
3.7

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 Mar. 1990 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
Nov.
1 9892

C old fin ishing o f steel sh ap es - m fp m — C ontin u ed
S heets, c.r., s ta in le s s ............................................................................................
G rade 304 .............................................................................................................
Strip, c.r., s ta in le s s .................................................................................................
G rade 304 .............................................................................................................

Mar.
19902

(3)
(3)
133.7
95.4
95.7
98.0
82.2

144.3
91.5
132.6
94.3
95.2
97.4
82.2

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-5 .8
-5.1
-1 0 .7

(3)
(3)
-0 .8
-1 .2
-.5
-.6
0
(3)

3316-751
331 6-75 1 14
331 6-75 5
3 31 6-75 5 14
3316-8
3316-811
3316-831
3316-S M

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

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
99.5
100.7
91.9
(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 3 1 7-P
3317-6
331 7-6 A
3317-611
3 31 7-61 2
331 7-6B
3317-621
3 31 7-62 2
3317-6C
3 317-623
3317-624
3317-627
3317-6E
3317-6F
3317-662
3317-6G
3317-664
3317-669
3317-SM
3 3 1 7-S

C old fin ishe d bars ..........................................................................................................
Bars, c.f., c a r b o n .........................................................................................................
Bars, c.f., a llo y .............................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S teel pipe and tub e s - m fp m ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Ste e l pipe and t u b e s .....................................................................................................
Pipe and oil co un try tu b u lar g oods, c a r b o n .....................................................
S ta n da rd pipe, c a r b o n ..........................................................................................
Line pipe, ca rb on ...................................................................................................
Pressure tubing, c a r b o n ...........................................................................................
P ressure tubing, se am less, c a r b o n ..................................................................
Pressure tubing, w e ld ed , c a r b o n ......................................................................
M e ch an ica l tubing, c a rb o n ......................................................................................
M e ch an ica l tubing, seam less, ca rb on ............................................................
M e ch an ica l tubing, w e ld ed , ca rb on ................................................................
Structural pipe and tubing, c a r b o n ...................................................................
Pipe and tubing, a llo y ...............................................................................................
Pressure tubing, s ta in le s s .......................................................................................
P ressure tubing, w elded, s ta in le s s ...................................................................
M echanical tubing, stainle ss ..................................................................................
M echanical tubing, w elded, s ta in le s s .............................................................
O the r pipe and tubing (including standard pipe), s ta in le s s ....................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Feb.
19902

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

111.6
111.1
111.1
115.2
115.2
96.7
114.0
102.5
124.9
109.9

111.4
111.1
111.1
116.4
118.6

111.1
110.9
110.9
116.4
118.6

-1 .0
-.4
-.4
2.4
4.0

(3)
114.5

(3)
114.5

(3)

(3)

(3)
125.6
109.3
75.5
117.5
120.7
105.1
93.2
104.6
129.4
144.3
137.9

(3)
2.1

(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
141.6

(3)
125.6
109.5
75.5
117.7
120.7
105.1
94.1
105.8
131.7
147.4
137.9

(3)
118.8

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

3317

(3)
118.1
(3)
105.1

2 .2
-.3

(3)

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

- .2

0

-.2

- .2

-1 .5
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-1 1 .4

0
0
-1 .0
-1.1
-1 .7
-2.1
0

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

-.2

.9

Iron and steel fo u n d r ie s ...........................................................................................................

332

1 2 /8 4

109.4

109.5

110.5

2.7

G ray iron fo u n d r ie s ....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C ast iron pressure and soil pipe and f ittin g s .......................................................
Pressure pipe and fittings, d uctile ir o n ...............................................................
Pressure pipe, ductile iron ..................................................................................
Pressure pipe fittings, ductile ir o n ....................................................................
Pressure pipe and fittings, gray iron ...................................................................
Pressure pipe fittings, gray ir o n ........................................................................
Soil pipe and fittings, gray i r o n .............................................................................
S oil 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 .......................................................................................................
All o th e r a uto m o tive uses ...................................................................................
M achinery u s e s ...........................................................................................................
All o th e r u s e s ..............................................................................................................
O the r gray iron c a s tin g s ..............................................................................................
M olds and stoo ls fo r heavy steel in gots ...........................................................
A uto m o tive uses .........................................................................................................
Passenger c a r s ........................................................................................................
All oth e r a utom otive uses ...................................................................................
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 t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

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

121.9
120.8
132.4
111.7
105.2

122.4
121.4
130.1
111.7
105.2
99.9
128.1
111.6
178.1
106.8
101.3
103.5
124.0
100.6
102.0
98.7
105.0
103.7
102.4
116.2
123.2
109.9
110.1

1.8
1.6

127.9
111.4
188.1
109.0
101.3
103.3
123.9
100.6
102.8
98.7
103.8
102.5
101.6
115.2
122.3
108.9
108.3

122.1
121.0
130.1
111.7
105.2
99.9
128.1
111.6
178.1
106.8
100.9
102.8
123.0
100.6
102.1
98.7
104.6
103.6
102.1
115.9
122.9
108.1
109.8

0
2.3
2.3
-3 .2
-3 .3
1.7
3.0
3.4
1.0
-.4
-.5
2.1
1.2
1.0
1.0
.8
6.5
2.9

1 2 /8 0

127.2

127.0

127.0

4.1

M a lle a ble iron fo u n d r ie s ...........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S ta n da rd m a lle a ble iron c a s tin g s ..................................
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 e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

3322

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

109.9
109.7
116.9

112.1
111.7
119.1

111.9
111.7
119.1

1.7
1.9
1.5

0 6 /8 1

111.4

114.1

113.0

.7

-1 .0

Ste e l in ve stm e n t fou n d rie s .....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C a rb on and low alloy stee l in ve stm e n t c a s tin g s ................................................
H igh a llo y stee l in ve stm e n t castings, inclu din g stainle ss s t e e l .........
S e co n da ry p ro du 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 t s ......................................................................................................

3324

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

161.7
158.5
147.4
161.0

159.4
157.7
147.6
160.0

167.6
166.6
147.6
170.9

8.5
9.1
4.5
10.0

5.1
5.6
0
6.8

0 6 /8 1

206.1

186.1

186.1

2 .2

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

116.9
119.1
114.4
107.7
118.1
129.1

117.8
120.1
115.4
107.7
119.6
130.0

117.9
120.3
115.4
107.7
119.6
129.9

1.6
1.8
1.3
1.1
1.4
.3

3 32 1 -P
3321-1
3321-111
3321-11101
3321-11102
3321-121
3321-12102
3321-131
3321-13101
3321-2
3321-222
3321-22201
3321-22202
3321-233
3321-239
3321-4
3321-429
3321-439
3321-43901
3321-43902
3 32 1-44 9
3 32 1-49 8
3 3 2 1 -SM
3321 -S

3322-P
3322-131
3322-S M
3322-S

3324-P
3 324-163
332 4-16 5
3324-S M
3324-S
3 325

Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C arbon steel castings, e xce 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 ca rb o n stee l castings, inclu din g ro lls fo r rolling m i lls ................
High alloy stee l ca sting s .............................................................................................

3325-P
3325-2
332 5-21 4
3325-219
3325-4

See footnotes at end of table.




79

99.9

-.7

-.2
-.1

.2
.3
0
0
.0
0
0
0
0
0
.4

.7
.8
0
-.1
0
.4
.1

.3
.3

.2

1.7

.3
0

- .2
0
0

0
.1

.2

0
0
0
-.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Steel foundries, n.e.c.—Continued
High alloy steel castings, including high manganese and stainless
ste e l...................................................................................................
Low alloy steel castings.............................................................................
Railway specialties and rolls for rolling mills .........................................
All other low alloy steel castings............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Primary smelting and refining of nonferrous metals............................................

333

Primary copper......................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Smelted co pp e r..........................................................................................
Refined copper...........................................................................................
Copper cathode.......................................................................................
Other refined copper...............................................................................

3331

Primary aluminum..................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Primary aluminum, except extrusion billet..................................................
Aluminum ingot, unalloyed...................................................................
Other primary aluminum, except extrusion b illet.................................
Aluminum extrusion billet ...........................................................................

3334

Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c...........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Other nonferrous m etals............................................................................
Other nonferrous metals, unalloyed.......................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3339

Secondary nonferrous metals ..............................................................................

Mar.
19902

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

130.1
124.2
125.4

131.0
125.3
125.5
123.6

130.9
126.0
125.2
124.6

06/81

100.0

100.2

100.2

.3

0

12/80

3325-431
3325-5
3325-551
3325-559
3325-SM
3325-S

Feb.
19902

126.2

114.0

123.7

-14.9

8.5

122.0

Mar. 1989

0.3
3.7
5.0
3.1

Feb. 1990

- 0.1
.6
-.2
.8

3331-P
3331-1
3331-2
3331-217
3331-226

06/80
06/80

154.6
150.0

136.1
134.6

153.9
144.1

-12.3
-16.5

13.1
7.1

06/80
06/80
12/87

140.4
142.7
91.1

133.7
141.0
78.3

148.4
153.3
92.3

-13.4
-12.3
-16.2

11.0

3334-P
3334-7
3334-71111
3334-71113
3334-8

06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80

130.5
133.8
133.4
141.7
104.1
133.9

115.0
117.5
117.0
123.7
(3)
118.6

114.0
116.5
116.9
126.6
(3)
<
3)

-31.5
-31.6
-30.4
-27.7
(3)
(3)

2.3
(3
)
(3
)

06/80
06/80
06/80
06/88

118.9
127.1
124.1
115.0

114.8

14.2
13.9

16.6
16.3

125.7
111.3

133.8
142.6
125.4
109.9

2.6

-.2

-3.3

-1.3

06/80

71.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

334

06/80

96.0

91.1

96.8

-10.4

6.3

Secondary nonferrous metals ..............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
C opper.........................................................................................................
Copper, unalloyed....................................................................................
Copper, alloyed........................................................................................
Brass ingot, alloyed .............................................................................
Lead ............................................................................................................
Lead, unalloyed........................................................................................
Antimonial lead.........................................................................................
Zinc .............................................................................................................
Zinc base alloys.......................................................................................
Precious m etals..........................................................................................
G o ld .........................................................................................................
Silver........................................................................................................
Other nonferrous metals ............................................................................
Aluminum.....................................................................................................
Ingot for die casting ................................................................................
Other aluminum.......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Sales of nonferrous scra p .......................................................................
Contract toll work ....................................................................................

3341

06/80
06/80
06/80
06/88
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/88
06/88
06/80
06/80
06/88
06/88

96.0
96.5
109.9
(3
)
128.8
107.8
107.0
124.2

91.1
91.9
105.0
(3)
124.5
104.2
105.3
122.7

96.8
97.8
114.9
113.7
128.7
107.7
127.4
147.7

6.3
6.4
9.4
(3
)
3.4
3.4

102.1

100.1

120.8

173.6
171.0
54.3
<
3)
81.7
80.5
109.9
75.7
82.7

147.1
144.9
57.6
(3)
81.3
71.6
99.4
67.9
74.9

160.6
158.2
54.7
(3)
77.0
71.1
104.3
71.0
75.8

-10.4
-9.4
- 2.8
-15.4
5.9
5.9
33.5
36.1
32.7
-25.7
-25.7
-3.0
(3)
-16.7
-22.5
-24.6
-27.4
-27.7

06/80
06/88
06/80

102.1

100.0

84.5
91.9

95.0
(3)
93.4

Rolling, drawing and extruding of nonferrous metals .........................................

335

12/84

136.5

130.6

131.7

-6.9

.8

Rolling, drawing and extruding of copper............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Copper and copper-base alloy w ire ...........................................................
Alloyed......................................................................................................
Bare.......................................................................................................
Copper and copper-base alloy rod, bar and shapes.................................
Unalloyed copper bars, shapes and non-electrical ro d .........................
R od........................................................................................................
Bars and shapes..................................................................................
Copper-base alloy rod, bar and shapes.................................................
R od........................................................................................................
Copper and copper-base alloy sheet, strip and p la te ...............................
Unalloyed copper flat products...............................................................
S trip .......................................................................................................
Copper-base alloy flat products..............................................................
S trip .......................................................................................................
Copper and copper-base alloy pipe and tu b e ...........................................
Copper-base alloy pipe and tube, non-plumbing....................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3351

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

140.8
145.9
139.0
(3
)
(3
)
155.4
140.9
138.8
149.3
170.7
164.8
151.7
151.3
146.7
151.7
150.2
133.3
134.1

149.5
154.7
152.5
135.2
144.0
156.9
143.6
138.5
162.3
171.3
164.9
162.2
163.0
158.5
161.7
160.1
146.4
143.7

- 8.1
- 8.8
- 8.0
-4.0
-4.1

6.2
6.0

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

151.4
157.6
146.9
136.1
145.0
168.7
157.0
157.3
157.2
182.0
176.5
158.9
158.4
154.1
159.0
157.3
148.3
143.1

- 10.2
-15.9
-17.1
-11.9
- 6.0
- 6.6
-9.0
- 10.8
- 10.6
-8.4
-8.3
-7.3
-9.8

12/80

112.6

107.8

115.3

-3.6

3339-P
3339-7
3339-791
3339-SM
3339-S

3341-P
3341-2
3341-211
3341-231
3341-23111
3341-3
3341-311
3341-321
3341-4
3341-411
3341-5
3341-515
3341-525
3341-6
3341-7
3341-715
3341-745
3341-SM
3341-M
3341-X16
3341-Y85

3351-P
3351-1
3351-131
3351-13114
3351-3
3351-311
3351-31115
3351-31118
3351-332
3351-33218
3351-4
3351-413
3351-41322
3351-435
3351-43526
3351-5
3351-538
3351-SM
3351-S

See footnotes at end of table.




80

1 2 /8 6

122.6

(3)
92.1

-16.0
(3)
- 1.2

8.7
17.9
-.9
-.9
-.1

21.0

20.4
20.7
9.2
9.2
-5.0
(3)
-5.3
-.7
4.9
4.6
1.2

5.3
(3)
-1.4

9.7
(3)
(3
)
1.0

1.9
-.2

8.7
.4
.1

6.9
7.7
8.0
6.6
6.6

9.8
7.2
7.0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
Nov.
19892

Aluminum sheet, plate, foil and welded tube products........................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Aluminum p la te ...........................................................................................
Heat-treatable..........................................................................................
Aluminum sheet............................... ...........................................................
Coiled, nonheat-treatable, bare ..............................................................
Coiled, nonheat-treatable, bare, all o th e rs .........................................
Aluminum foil ..............................................................................................
Plain aluminum foil (under .006 in.).........................................................

3353

Aluminum extruded products....................................................... ........................
Primary products............................................................................................
Extruded aluminum rod, bar, and other extruded shapes except tube.....
Extruded rod and bar with alloys other than 2000 and 7000 series.....
R od.......................................................................................................
B a r........................................................................................................
Other extruded shapes except tube, with alloys other than 2000 and
7000 series........................................................................ ...............
Other extruded shapes, circle size 1 to, not including 2 ....................
Other extruded shapes, circle size 2 to, not including3 .....................
Other extruded shapes, circle size 3 to, not including 4 ....................
Other extruded shapes, circle size 5 to, not including 6 ....................
Other extruded shapes, circle size 6 to, not including 1 0 ..................
Other extruded shapes, circle size 10 and o ver.................................
Other extruded shapes except tube, with alloys within 2000 and 7000
series.................................................................................................
Other extruded shapes, circle sizes 1 to, not including 5 ..................
Aluminum extruded p ip e .........................................................................
Extruded pipe with alloys other than 2000 and 7000 series .............
Aluminum extruded and drawn tube ..........................................................
Extruded tube, 6000 series .....................................................................
Drawn tube, 6000 series.........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3354

Aluminum rolling and drawing, n.e.c...................... ...............................................
Primary products................. ...........................................................................
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy wire and cable .................................

3355

Rolling, drawing and extruding of nonferrous metals, except copper and
aluminum........................................................................................................
Primary Products............................................................................................
Nickel and nickel-base alloy mill shapes...................................................
Rod, bar, and other nickel mill shapes, except w ire..............................
Titanium mill shapes..................................................................... .............
Forging and extrusion billet
Plate, sheet and strip ...
Other titanium mill shapes, except wire .................................................
Precious metal mill shapes
Gold mill shapes.........
Sheet and p la te ....................................................................................
Silver mill shapes.....................................................................................
Other silver mill shapes, except wire ..................................................
Other nonferrous metal mill shapes ..........................................................
Lead mill shapes ......................................................................................
Other lead mill shapes, except powder and w ire ...............................
Zirconium mill shapes, except w ire ........................................................
Other nonferrous metal wire ...................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.......................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating...............................................................
Primary products........................................................................................ .
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy bare wire and cable .........................
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy bare wire and cable......................
Copper & copper-base alloy wire & cable for electrical transmission,
incl. bare & tinned.............................. .................................................
Bare wire for electrical transmission.......................................................
Bare strand and cable for electrical transmission..................................
Other bare nonferrous metal w ire .............. ................................................
Fiber optic cable.........................................................................................
Fiber optic ca b le .....................................................................................
Electronic wire and cable...........................................................................
Coaxial cable, armored or unarmored ....................................................
Rigid and semirigid...................................................... ........................
Flexible .................................................................................................
Hook-up wire, shielded and nonshielded ...............................................
Less than 135 C temperature rating ...................................................
Multiconductor electronic wire and cable, shielded and nonshielded ....
Flat and ribbon cable...........................................................................

Mar.
19902

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

132.7
136.8
151.0
165.8
136.5
130.4
142.7

128.6
132.3
151.0
165.8
132.1
124.0
137.1

06/81

129.8

121.9

121.9

3354-P
3354-1
3354-115
3354-11511
3354-11512

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

131.4
133.0
133.9
137.9
121.7
151.1

127.5
127.8
128.7
131.6
115.0
145.2

3354-125
3354-12501
3354-12502
3354-12503
3354-12505
3354-12506
3354-12512

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

127.3
143.1
134.9
117.0
122.3
139.3
125.6

3354-128
3354-12801
3354-139
3354-13911
3354-2
3354-251
3354-253
3354-SM
3354-S

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

122.4
124.8
128.0
131.8
129.2
124.4
135.8

Mar. 1989

3355-P
3355-1

3356
3356-P
3356-1
3356-169
3356-2
3356-274
3356-275
3356-278
3356-3
3356-382
3356-38201
3356-384
3356-38413
3356-9
3356-954
3356-95412
3356-961
3356-992
3356-SM
3356-S
3357
3357-P
3357-A
3357-A11
3357-B
3357-B51
3357-B71
3357-C
3357-E
•
3357-E11
3357-1
3357-115
3357-11501
3357-11502
3357-123
3357-12302
3357-125
3357-12501

81

Feb. 1990

-6.5
- 6.1
4.1
5.7
-6.3

128.0
131.7
151.0
165.8
131.4
123.1
137.6

3353-P
3353-1
3353-113
3353-2
3353-231
3353-23115
3353-3
3353-351

See footnotes at end of table.




C Tl
D
C C
D D
o cr

Industry and product1

Industry
code

-0.5
-.5
0
0

- 11.6
- 12.6

-.5
-.7
.4

- 10.6

0

125.8
125.9
126.3
126.6
112.4
138.0

- 12.6
-15.0
-16.1
- 22.8
-25.7
-20.7

-1.3
-1.5
-1.9
-3.8
-2.3
-5.0

122.8

120.6

142.6
130.8

138.5
130.8
108.1
119.2
127.3
119.4

-15.7
-7.9
- 6.8
-21.7
-6.9
-21.3
- 11.6

- 1.8
-2.9

111.8

120.3
127.6
121.5
120.1

123.7
123.3
128.2
123.9
117.9
135.1

f

119.3
123.6
124.1
126.4
124.2
118.9
133.0

0

-3.3
-.9
-.2

-1.7

- 8.8
-3.1
-9.9
- 12.6
-9.5
-10.9
-4.7

-.7
-.1
.6

*'

-1.4
.2
.8

- 1.6

12/81

123.0

(3)

(3)

(3)

06/81
06/81
06/81

128.0
128.6

123.5
125.2
97.5

123.3
125.4
98.0

-12.5
-8.9
-17.9

-.2
.2

133.7
133.5
149.8
150.1
107.0
109.3
141.5
150.0
134.9
140.9
85.4
118.7
118.6
122.3

131.4
131.0
148.6
150.0
107.0
109.3
141.5
150.0
129.3
134.5
81.5
114.7
114.6
122.4

-4.4
-4.8

-1.7
-1.9

- 22.1
-27.5

-.8
-.1
0
0
0
0

102.6

(3)

.5

06/82
06/82
06/82
02/85
06/82
06/82
12/87
12/87
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
12/87
06/82

134.1
133.8
166.9
171.5
104.6
106.2
138.2
149.1
128.9
131.4
79.6
118.6
118.4
111.9
87.9
94.8
147.8

100.0

100.0

78.6
95.8
(3
)

78.6
95.8
(3)

-6.5
-6.5
2.5
(3)

06/82

135.8

134.8

134.8

1.0

0

12/82
12/82

153.7
156.3

143.9 •
146.3

146.2
148.8

-5.9
-5.9

1.6

1 2 /8 8

94.2

88.7

85.1

-27.1

-4.1

1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

89.8
89.2

81.9
85.3

87.1
89.3

- 12.2
-15.7

6.3
4.7

1 2 /8 8

99.9
138.1
149.6
105.1

98.4
137.8
149.7
105.2
101.6

117.3
108.0
145.5
105.5

114.4
107.0
146.1
105.9

-7.3
- 2.1
-.4
2.9
-6.5
-5.6
4.4
-2.9

-5.9
- 2.2
-2.3

101.6

92.6
134.7
146.3
105.0
95.3
117.0
113.2
140.2
105.9

- 6.2
2.3
5.8
-4.0

.8

0

12/82
12/82
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

12/82
1 2 /8 8

12/82
1 2 /8 8

121.0

11.1

(3)
4.1
12.0

-1.4
1.2
1.0

-5.7
-5.7
2.6

.

-4.2
-4.5
-4.6
-3.4
-3.4
.1
0
0
0

(3
)

1.7

-.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating—Continued
Multiconductor cable, excluding flat and ribbon .................................
Other electronic wire and cable..............................................................
Telephone and telegraph wire and c a b le ..................................................
Inside wiring ca b le ...................................................................................
Exchange area and toll telephone cable................................................
Thermoplastic insulated, polyethylene covered..................................
Other telephone and telegraph wire and cable......................................
Control and signal wire and c a b le .............................................................
Signal wire and cable..............................................................................
Control wire and cable, excluding elevator c a b le ..................................
Building wire and cable with underwriters’ labels......................................
Thermoset insulated (R, RH, RHH, RHW, etc.) .....................................
Thermoplastic insulated..........................................................................
Flame retardant nylon (THHN, THW N)...............................................
Moisture and heat resistant (THW)......................................................
Nonmetallic branch circuit underground feeder......................................
Other building wire and c a b le .................................................................
Apparatus wire and cordage.......................................................................
Flexible cordage.......................................................................................
Thermoplastic insulated........................................................................
Power supply cord ...............................................................................
Appliance fixture w ire ..............................................................................
Magnet wire ................................................................................................
Film coated, 44 to 7 AWG and larger, class 1 5 5 ..................................
Film coated, 44 to 7 AWG amd larger, class 1 8 0 .................................
Film coated, 44 to 7 AWG and larger, class 200 ..................................
Power wire and ca b le .................................................................................
Plastic and rubber insulated, under 601 v o lts ........................................
Portable cord and cable.......................................................................
Underground distribution cable............................................................
Thermoplastic and thermoset insulated c a b le ....................................
Plastic and rubber insulated, 601 volts and higher................................
Thermoplastic and thermoset insulated c a b le ....................................
Other power wire and cable....................................................................
Other insulated wire and c a b le ..................................................................
Automotive insulated wire and c a ble ......................................................
Airframe, shipboard, and ground support cable, except coaxial and
ignition...............................................................................................
Other insulated or covered wire and cable............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3357-12502
3357-198
3357-2
3357-246
3357-282
3357-28202
3357-298
3357-3
3357-311
3357-312
3357-4
3357-439
3357-441
3357-44101
3357-44103
3357-448
3357-458
3357-6
3357-612
3357-61202
3357-61204
3357-616
3357-7
3357-704
3357-705
3357-706
3357-8
3357-808
3357-80801
3357-80802
3357-80803
3357-831
3357-83103
3357-898
3357-9
3357-901
3357-903
3357-998
3357-SM
3357-S

1 2 /8 8

12/82
12/82
12/82
1 2 /8 8
1 0 /8 6

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
1 2 /8 8

12/82
1 2 /8 8

12/82
12/82

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

107.1
125.7
164.2
187.5

107.5
125.1
154.8
182.7

102.5
125.1
152.3
180.5
100.5
140.1
216.0
131.9
141.1
125.7
160.3
76.2
80.9
153.7
164.3
157.8
140.2
132.2
98.8

110.6

102.6

154.2
216.0
130.9
143.6
123.6
179.1
80.1
91.2
181.5
174.9
178.7
158.7
135.0

143.1
216.1
132.2
143.6
125.3
141.8
62.0
71.9
141.7
138.6
141.1
138.0
131.7
98.0
100.7
97.9

101.6
102.8
100.6

12/82
12/82
12/82

106.0
147.1
93.7
139.4
155.3
135.3
98.1
100.3
93.1
124.4
96.9
97.2
157.5
141.8
149.6

12/82
12/82

127.8
119.0

1 2 /8 8

12/82
12/82
12/82
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 0 /8 6
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

102.0

140.8
91.8
132.0
150.0
129.0
94.9
99.6
89.2
118.2
91.2
94.4
148.8
137.3
148.7
128.8
110.8

101.6

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

-3.5
-2.5
-4.5
-3.0
- 6.0
- 6.0
2.9

-4.7

2.8

-.7
4.2
-9.0
-9.9
-8.3
- 12.2
- 2.6
-9.6
-8.9

0

- 1.6
- 1.2
- 2.0
- 2.1
0
-.2

-1.7
.3
13.0
22.9
12.5
8.5
18.5
11.8
1.6

2.2

.4

- 6.2
-3.2
-2.4
- 1.6
-4.7
-1.3
- 8.1
- 2.1
-7.8
-5.5
- 6.6

.8

.9
1.5
3.0
5.3
2.9
5.6
4.8

99.4
105.1
148.2
94.5
139.4
157.2
128.0
93.6
93.8
83.7
124.8
91.7
95.4
142.6
143.7
155.8

- 11.2
- 1.2
-9.9
-5.7
- 8.1
-3.7
-3.5

129.2
117.9

-5.2

.3
6.4
-.5

.1

-.8

-1.4
-5.8
- 6.2
5.6
.5
1.1

-4.2
4.7
4.8

12/82

168.3

154.5

153.8

-7.2

Nonferrous foundries (castings)...........................................................................

336

12/84

120.1

120.2

120.1

1.4

-.1

Aluminum foundries..............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy die castings......................................
Motor vehicle die castings.......................................................................
Die castings for passenger cars .........................................................
Die castings for other motor vehicles.................................................
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy die castings, o th e r........................
Die castings for building and construction u se s.................................
Die castings for industrial machinery u se s .........................................
Die castings for electrical u se s...........................................................
Other die castings, n.e.c.......................................................................
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy sand castings...................................
Motor vehicle sand castings ...................................................................
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy sand castings, o th e r.....................
Other sand castings, n.e.c....................................................................
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy permanent and semi-permanent
mold castings........................................................................................
Motor vehicle permanent and semi-permanent mold castings .............
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy permanent and semi-permanent
mold castings, o th e r.........................................................................
Other permanent and semi-permanent mold castings, n.e.c...............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3361

125.9
124.8
128.4
127.6
128.2
122.5
129.5
138.3
127.7
124.5
118.0
126.2

125.9
125.1
129.1
124.7
125.2
119.7
134.3
154.2
127.7

0
0

122.2

121.6

134.7
126.6

133.4
127.6

125.5
124.9
128.8
124.2
124.7
119.7
134.4
154.4
127.9
122.7
116.7
125.4
121.7
133.4
127.4

-.3

3361-P
3361-1
3361-111
3361-11111
3361-11112
3361-115
3361-11511
3361-11512
3361-11513
3361-11514
3361-2
3361-211
3361-215
3361-21514

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
06/83
06/83

1.1

.1
.1
0
-.2

3361-3
3361-311

06/83
06/83

121.3
118.8

121.5
118.8

121.5
118.8

3.2
.4

0
0

3361-315
3361-31514
3361-SM
3361 -S

06/83
06/83

124.4
125.1

124.7
126.7

124.7
126.7

6.6
2.1

0
0

06/83

132.4

131.0

129.0

-.2

-1.5

Brass, bronze and copper foundries....................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Copper and copper-base alloy sand castings...........................................
Copper and copper-base alloy sand castings........................................
Other copper and copper-base alloy castings..........................................
Other copper and copper-base alloy castings, n.e.c...............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3362

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

128.2
127.0
125.3
125.3
138.2
136.6

128.4
127.2
125.6
125.6
138.2
136.6

128.7
127.6
126.1
126.1
138.2
136.6

3.4
3.7
3.0
3.0

.2

.3
.4
.4

6.1
6.2

0
0

06/83

133.6

133.6

133.6

1.8

0

Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c....................................................................................
Primary products............................................. ...............................................

3369

06/83
06/83

134.4
134.0

134.7
134.4

135.1
134.7

4.4
4.7

.3

3362-P
3362-1
3362-111
3362-2
3362-214
3362-SM
3362-S

3369-P

See footnotes at end of table.




82

122.6

117.2
125.3

-1.4
-4.8
-4.7
-5.1
2.8
10.0

4.2
- 8.1
-5.7
-.1

1.5
- 1.8

-.2
-.2

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

-.4

.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c.—Continued
Zinc and zinc-base alloy castings.......................................................... .
Zinc and zinc-base alloy die castings.....................................................
Motor vehicle die castings...................................................................
Other die castings, n.e.c.......................................................................
Other nonferrous castings, excluding aluminum and copper....................
Other nonferrous castings and cast products, n.e.c...............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3369-1
3369-151
3369-15111
3369-15112
3369-3
3369-391
3369-SM
3369-S

Feb.
19902

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

138.6
135.4
120.7
145.9
127.2

137.5
134.3

137.5
134.3

120.0

120.0

144.5
134.4

110.8

144.5
133.0
119.9

3.6
3.6
4.5
3.1
8.3

122.1

10.1

0
0
0
0
1.1
1.8

132.6

3.9

.9

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

06/83

131.6

131.4

Miscellaneous primary metal products.................................................................

339

06/85

116.0

115.8

116.0

.1

.2

Metal heat treating................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Metal heat treating services-South Central ...............................................
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Case hardening.......................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Metal heat treating services-Michigan.......................................................
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Case hardening.......................................................................................
Metal heat treating services-North Central................................................
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Case hardening.......................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Metal heat treating services-Pacific Coast ................................................
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Metal heat treating services-Southwest.....................................................
Case hardening.......................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

3398

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

105.6
106.0
107.3
112.9
103.8

106.6
107.1
108.5
114.4
104.8
101.5

2.3

100.8
100.8

106.6
107.1
108.5
114.4
104.8
101.5
100.8

100.8

101.3

101.3

101.3

102.0

102.0

102.0

106.0
109.9
103.2
108.3
114.5
106.9
106.2
107.7
117.3

107.2
110.4
103.9
105.5
109.3
116.0
106.9
106.2
(3)
117.3

107.2
110.4
103.6
106.4
109.3
116.0
106.9
106.2
107.7
117.3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.0
0
0
0

Primary metal products, n.e.c................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Metal powders, paste, and flakes..............................................................
Aluminum and aluminum base alloy.......................................................
Copper and copper-base alloy................................................................
Iron and s te e l..........................................................................................
Other nonferrous powders......................................................................
Other nonferrous paste and flakes, n.e.c...............................................
Other primary metal products.....................................................................
Other primary metal products, n.e.c.........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3399

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

129.4
127.4
130.4
157.2
130.7
118.2
125.4
102.9
111.7
111.7

127.5
125.0
127.9
150.9
119.0
121.7
123.3
104.2
109.8
109.9

127.8
125.2
128.1
150.9
123.1
121.7
123.0
104.2
109.9

- 2.1
- 2.6
-2.5
-3.5
-10.7
3.9
-3.2
1.3
-3.3
-3.8

06/85

147.5

149.4

150.7

1.6

3398-P
3398-3
3398-331
3398-332
3398-333
3398-4
3398-441
3398-442
3398-6
3398-661
3398-662
3398-663
3398-7
3398-771
3398-773
3398-8
3398-882
3398-883
3398-SM

3399-P
3399-1
3399-111
3399-133
3399-155
3399-166
3399-198
3399-2
3399-298
3399-SM
3399-S

102.6

110.1

2.0
2.8

5.1
1.0

.7
0
.0
0

1.5
1.2
1.0

3.1

-.3
.9

2.2

0
0
0
0

1.3
4.5
2.3
1.8
8.0

(3)
0

.2
.2
.2
0

3.4
0
-.2
0

.3
0

.9

Fabricated metal products, except machinery and transportation
equipment......................................................................................................

34

12/84

113.8

114.4

114.6

2.8

.2

Metal cans and shipping containers.....................................................................

341

12/84

105.4

105.4

106.6

4.3

1.1

Metal cans ............................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Steel c a n s ...................................................................................................
Steel cans, fo o d ......................................................................................
Fruit and fruit juice can .......................................................................
Vegetable and vegetable juice can .....................................................
Can, other foods (including soups)......................................................
Steel cans, general packaging (including pet food)...............................
Paint and varnish c a n ..........................................................................
Aerosol c a n ..........................................................................................
Can, other non-food.............................................................................
Aluminum cans ...........................................................................................
Aluminum cans, beverage .......................................................................
Soft drink can ......................................................................................
Beer c a n ...............................................................................................
Metal can components (steel and aluminum)...........................................
Metal can components (steel and aluminum)........................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3411

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

115.7
114.5
119.5
124.7
135.0
115.1
135.1
121.5
128.1
(3
)
129.9
108.6
108.4
111.5
105.7
108.5
108.5

117.3
116.2

4.9
5.1

120.1

2.6

125.6
135.0
115.1
137.4
121.7
128.3
(3)
129.9

2.9
2.5
1.9
4.1

1.4
1.5
.5
.7

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

115.6
114.4
118.0
123.7
134.8
112.9
135.1
119.1
126.7
(3)
129.0
110.5
110.4
114.6
106.1
103.9
103.9

06/81

141.3

141.3

141.3

3.9

0

Metal barrels, drums, and pails............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Steel p ails....................................................................................................
1 11 /4 in. dia.: full removable head........................................................
1 11 /4 inch diameter: tight head............................................................
Standard...............................................................................................
All other diameters..................................................................................
Steel shipping barrels and d rum s..............................................................
14-inch diameter, all gauges...................................................................

3412

06/83
06/83
06/83
08/83
06/83
06/83
09/83
06/83
04/84

115.1
116.1
126.4
138.7
(3)
(3)
(3)
113.5
(3)

113.6
117.0
127.9
140.9
(3)
(3)
125.7
114.5
103.2

113.6
116.9
127.9
140.9
110.7
110.7
(3)
114.4
103.2

-1.4

0
-.1
0
0

3411-P
3411-1
3411-1B
3411-117
3411-119
3411-131
3411-1C
3411-137
3411-139
3411-141
3411-2
3411-2A
3411-211
3411-213
3411-3
3411-311
3411-SM
3411-S

3412-P
3412-1
3412-121
3412-123
3412-12311
3412-129
3412-2
3412-221

See footnotes at end of table.




83

1 2 /8 6

111.6

111.5
116.6
105.8
108.4
108.4

2.1

.9
(3)
.7
7.7
7.8
10.4
3.6
9.3
9.3

.6

2.4
3.5
(3)
(3)
(3)
.1

(3
)

0
0

1.7
.2
.2

(3)
0
2.8

2.9
4.6
.1
-.1
-.1

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

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
Feb.
19902

3412-22115
3412-225
3412-227

04/84
06/83
06/83

(3)
113.3
105.4

104.0
115.6
106.2

104.0
116.1
106.2

(3)
2.4
1.0

0

3412-229

06/83

117.1

117.2

116.5

1.0

-.6

3412-231
3412-237
3412-23711
3412-SM
3412-S

01/90
08/83
09/83

106.9
111.8

(3)

(3)
113.1
113.1

(3)
113.0
113.1

0
0

< o
o Z
<£<

Industry and product1

Industry
code

Metal barrels, drums, and pails—Continued
Open head, full or partial .....................................................................
All exc. 14-in. dia.: 18 gauge & heavier: 50 gal. & over: tight head......
All exc. 14-in. dia.: 18 gauge & heavier: 50 gal: & over: open head ....
All exc. 14-in. dia.: 19 & 20 gauge (incl. 20/18): 50 gal. & over:
tight head................. .........................................................................
All exc. 14-in. dia.: 19 & 20 gauge (incl. 20/18): 50 gal. & over:
open head.........................................................................................
All except 14-in. dia.: lighter than 20 gauge..........................................
30 gallons and over............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products.......................................................... .........................

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

(3)
(3)
(3)

Feb. 1990

0

.4

(3)
-.1
0

06/83

105.5

105.5

105.5

-.4

0

342

12/84

113.8

115.4

115.7

4.6

.3

3421

Cutlery, hand tools, and general hardware .........................................................

118.3

3421-P
3421-1
3421-121
3421-141

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

121.4
124.9

121.4
124.9

118.4
128.4
131.4

122.1

122.1

3.7
5.0
5.3

128.6
137.3

128.6
137.3

10.6

4.1

0
0
0
0
.0

3421-153

12/83

125.3

131.0

131.0

5.2

0

3421-157
3421-159
3421-SM
3421-S

12/83
12/83

115.6
116.9

118.1
124.7

118.1
124.7

7.3
6.8

0
0

12/83

120.4

122.7

122.7

3.4

0

124.4
125.0
125.5
114.9
116.1
114.6
127.2
128.3
128.1
132.0
123.3
127.2
126.9
123.5
126.6
124.0
118.2
123.4
133.7
123.5
121.5
128.0
141.8

127.6
129.1
130.6

128.2
129.7
131.6

5.3

3423-P
3423-1
3423-111
3423-11112
3423-11113
3423-113
3423-11321
3423-11324
3423-11325
3423-11326
3423-11327
3423-114
3423-115
3423-116
3423-117
3423-2
3423-231
3423-283
3423-285
3423-298
3423-3
3423-311

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
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

6.1

.5
.5

120.8

120.8
122.8

06/83
06/83
06/83

Primary products............................................................................................
Cutlery, scissors, shears, trimmers, and snips..........................................
Kitchen cutlery, incl. knives, forks, and cleavers ...................................
Pocket knives & other folding blade knives...........................................
Scissors & shears, incl. hshld types, excl. barber, pinking &
tail, shears, etc............................................................................
Metal-cutting shears, incl. aviation & tinners’ snips, bx, & wire
fil. cutters..........................................................................................
All other scissors & shears, incl. hedge & grass shears & pruners......
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products........................... ........................................................
Hand and edge tools, n.e.c...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Mechanics’ hand service to o ls ............................................. .....................
Pliers........................................................................................................
Slip joint p lie rs......................................................................................
Solid joint p liers....................................................................................
Wrenches.................................................................................................
Sockets for hand-operated wrenches .................................................
Combination open-end and box wrenches.........................................
Torque wrenches..................................................................................
Adjustable wrenches, including pipe wrenches...................................
All other wrenches...............................................................................
Screwdrivers............................................................................................
Automotive jacks, mechanical, excluding hydraulic and pneumatic ___
Tools for automotive use, excluding ja cks.............................................
All other mechanics’ hand service tools ................................................
Edge tools, hand operated .........................................................................
Axes, adzes, and hatchets......................................................................
Chisels......................................................................................................
Professional and craftsmen’s edge hand to o ls ......................................
All other edge to o ls .................................................................................
Files, rasps, and file accessories and other hand to o ls ...........................
Shovels,spades, scoops, telegraph spoons, and scrapers....................
Heavy forged hammers, sledges (4 pounds and over), picks, pick
mattocks, and m auls........................................................................
Steel goods, including forks, hoes, rakes, weeders, etc.........................
Other hand tools, except edge to o ls ......................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3423

Hand saws and saw blades .................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Handsaws and handsaw blades.................................................................
Woodworking power saw blades................................................................
Circular saw blades........ ........................................................................
Solid to o th ............................................................................................
Inserted tooth .......................................................................................
All other woodworking power saw blades..............................................
Metalworking power saw blades.......... ...................................................
Circular saw blades, including separate inserted te e th .........................
Bandsaw blades.......................................................................................
Other metalworking power saw blades...................................................
All other power saw blades, including concrete, masonry, and abrasive
saw blades............................................................................................
All other power saw blades, including concrete, masonry, and
abrasive saw blades.........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3425

122.7
119.8
132.2
132.1
132.8
139.8
132.1
131.6
134.8
124.4
129.2
129.8
120.9
123.4
113.7
(3
)

119.8
133.9
133.1
133.9
141.1
136.0
131.6
134.8
124.5
129.2
130.4
120.9
123.4
11* .5
135.2

122.6

122.6

130.9
142.1

133.1
140.8
123.5

06/83
06/83
06/83

3425-P
3425-1
3425-2
3425-212
3425-21211
3425-21213
3425-219
3425-3
3425-331
3425-336
3425-339

7.1
9.4
7.8
9.7
6.5
5.3
5.7
6.9
10.3
8.4
7.8
5.2
5.0
7.1
3.9

.8
0
.1
0

1.3
.8
.8

.9
3.0
0
0
.1
0

.5
0
0

1.1

.7
(3)

131.0
142.1

(3)
9.5
6.4
5.2
6.4

133.1
141.0
126.5

133.1
141.0
126.7

(3)
5.2
4.9

0
0
.2

117.7
117.7
127.1

115.6
115.6
127.6

115.6
115.6
128.5

.7
.7
3.0

.7

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
07/83
06/83
06/83

117.9
119.2
125.5
108.2
105.7
110.4
93.8
(3)
127.5
101.7
130.7
(3)

120.4

120.9
122.5
128.1
110.9
106.7
110.4
96.2
113.0
131.7
101.7
137.0
128.2

4.1
4.4

128.1
110.9
106.7
110.4
96.2
(3)
128.9
101.7
132.4
(3)

3.7
4.9
4.4
(3)
5.4
4.6

3425-4

06/83

122.6

122.6

122.6

(3)

0

3425-411
3425-SM
3425-M
3425-S

06/83

122.6

122.6

122.6

(3)

0

06/83
06/83

117.5
109.4

123.0

117.6

112.2

112.2

(3)
4.6

3423-331
3423-341
3423-398
3423-SM
3423-M
3423-Z89
3423-S

See footnotes at end of table.




120.1

84

121.2

6.0

3.6
2.6
2.0

0
.1
0

0
0

.4
1.1
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
2.2
0

3.5
(3)

-4.4
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Hardware, n.e.c......................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Furniture hardware, excluding cabinet hardware....... ...............................
Drawer pulls and handles.......................................................................
Furniture casters......................................................................................
Other furniture hardware.........................................................................
Builders’ hardware......................................................................................
Doorlocks, locksets, and locktrim, except architectural trim sold
separately.........................................................................................
Cylindrical, except deadlocks and latches..........................................
Tubular, except deadlocks and latches ..............................................
Tubular and mortise deadlocks and latches.......................................
All other types ......................................................................................
Key blanks...............................................................................................
Screen and storm door hardware, including hydraulic and pneumatic
closers...............................................................................................
Door controls, closers, and checking devices........................................
Surface applied.....................................................................................
Hinges, excluding cabinet hinges, including spring hinges....................
Butt hinges: 3 1/2 inch x 3 1/2 inch, and under ...............................
Other hinges........................................................................................
Cabinet hardware.....................................................................................
Cabinet hinges.....................................................................................
Cabinet knobs, pulls, catches..............................................................
Other cabinet hardware, including drawer slides................................
Hangers, tracks, and related ite m s........................................................
Other builders’ hardware ........................................................................
Motor vehicle hardware..............................................................................
Other motor vehicle hardware................................................................
Other transportation equipment hardware, except motor vehicle
hardware...............................................................................................
Marine hardware......................................................................................
Aircraft hardware......................................................................................
Other hardware, n.e.c..................................................................................
Casters and wheels, for dollies and industrial handtrucks.....................
Trunk and luggage hardware, including locks .......................................
Other hardware.......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Heating equipment, except electric and warm air; and plumbing
fixtures............................................................................................................

3429

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

3429-P
3429-2
3429-214
3429-253
3429-298
3429-4

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

109.2
108.1
119.6
124.6
105.9
118.2
114.3

109.6
108.5
116.1
120.3
103.3
118.2
115.5

109.8
108.7
119.6
124.6
105.9
118.2
115.9

4.3
4.5
9.1
15.8
2.5
3.1
4.9

3429-421
3429-42111
3429-42112
3429-42114
3429-42116
3429-424

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

116.2
123.2
113.4
111.7
103.9
119.4

116.6
123.2
(3
)
114.4
104.5
119.4

118.6
126.8
114.7
114.8
104.5
119.4

5.4
7.2
4.5
4.2
2.5

3429-433
3429-442
3429-44211
3429-452
3429-45211
3429-45213
3429-461
3429-46111
3429-46113
3429-46114
3429-471
3429-498
3429-6
3429-698

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

107.3
113.2
113.1
107.5
114.9
115.8
129.1
134.8
117.5
124.1
110.7
113.3
102.5
97.6

1.5
8.5

3429-7
3429-711
3429-731
3429-8
3429-822
3429-832
3429-898
3429-SM
3429-S

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

128.6
126.1
120.3
104.3
107.6
115.8

06/85

.8

Feb. 1990

0.2
.2

3.0
3.6
2.5
0

.3
1.7
2.9
(3)
.3
0
0

107.8

106.0

120.6

120.6

116.8
108.5
116.6
117.4
129.1
134.8
117.5
124.1
112.7
115.7
102.7
99.1

116.8
108.5
116.6
117.4
129.1
134.8
117.5
124.1
112.7
115.4
102.5
97.9

112.2

131.3
(3)
(3
)
104.9
107.6
118.7
114.2

130.6
129.1
(3)
105.0
107.6
118.8
114.6

116.5

117.5

117.6

2.6

.1

.5

-1.7

5.5
2.5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2.0

-.3

6.2

4.2
11.5
4.2
9.9
21.0
6.0

4.1

-.2

1.8

- 1.2

5.0

-.5
(3)
(3)

6.2

(3)
3.2
.1

8.9
3.6

.1
0
.1

.4

343

12/84

123.9

125.4

126.0

5.3

Metal sanitary ware ..............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Drinking fountains........................................................................................
Sinks and sink/laundry tray combinations.................................................
Kitchen sinks (cast iron, steel, and stainless steel)...............................
Bathtubs ......................................................................................................
Cast iron bathtubs ...................................................................................
Miscellaneous metal sanitary w a re ............................................................
Urinals, including cast iron ......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

3431

12/80
12/80

136.3
139.1
113.0
160.3
151.7
131.1
135.7
109.8
118.6

137.3
138.8
115.5
160.2
151.6
129.1
137.0

2.8
2.6

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

135.5
137.8
113.0
159.7
150.6
128.8
135.0
109.8
118.6

112.0
121.0

2.8
2.8

Plumbing fixture fittings and brass goods............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Plumbing fixture fittings and brass goods..................................................
Bath and shower fittings.........................................................................
Bathtub and shower combination, other than single control .............
Other bath and shower fittings............................................................
Lavatory fittings.......................................................................................
Single control, 4 inch centerset..........................................................
Residential, 4 inch centerset, other than single control .....................
Sink fittings..............................................................................................
Single control deck-type faucet with spray.........................................
Single control deck-type faucet without spray....................................
Residential deck-type faucets, other than single control....................
Other sink fittings.................................................................................
Miscellaneous brass goods.....................................................................
Drains and overflows...........................................................................
Single, or single basin faucets ............................................................
Traps .....................................................................................................
Compression stops, including those with drains.................................
Lawn hose nozzles and lawn sprinklers .............................................
Water closet tank flushing controls.....................................................
Other miscellaneous items...................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3432

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
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

140.2
142.8
142.8
132.6
133.7
142.5
126.4
124.8
132.6
146.4
133.5
125.8
131.8
207.4
154.5
135.0
141.6
129.5
134.0
179.3
144.6
161.3

140.5
145.9
145.9
132.7
133.9
142.5
127.2
124.3
135.3
148.1
140.5
126.0
132.4
207.4
160.9
135.0
141.6
130.8
140.0
186.7
145.1
172.8

141.9
147.2
147.2
136.3
137.4
149.3
129.8
129.8
136.7
148.1
140.3
126.0
132.4
207.4
161.1
135.0
141.6
130.8
143.4
186.8
147.3
172.7

5.3
7.1
7.1
7.8
8.3

.9
.9
2.7

8.0

4.8

7.4
8.3

2.0

8.1

7.3
8.9

1.0
0
-.1
0
0
0
.1
0
0
0

12.0

2.4

6.7
7.4
9.1

1.5

Nonelectric heating equipment ............................................................................

3433

3431-P
3431-2
3431-4
3431-426
3431-7
3431-711
3431-9
3431-946
3431-SM

3432-P
3432-1
3432-101
3432-10113
3432-10117
3432-102
3432-10221
3432-10224
3432-103
3432-10334
3432-10335
3432-10336
3432-10339
3432-104
3432-10443
3432-10444
3432-10445
3432-10447
3432-10451
3432-10453
3432-10498
3432-SM
3432-S

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

3.5
3.2
2.6

1.7
1.9

5.0
8.8
2.8

5.0
5.5
7.8
6.6

-1.5
1.0
2.0
2.0

1.0

2.6

4.4

.1
-.1

85

06/83

140.0

148.8

153.1

10.8

2.9

06/80

See footnotes at end of table.




1 2 /8 6

.7
-.2
2.2
-.1
-.1

149.0

150.6

150.7

4.9

.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
base
C Tl
D
C C
O D
o cr

Industry and product1

Industry
code

Mar.
19902

3433-P
3433-3
3433-311
3433-313
3433-4
3433-416
3433-6
3433-611
3433-631
3433-63113
3433-661
3433-66193
3433-8
3433-811
3433-81101
3433-831
3433-83103
3433-871
3433-SM
3433-S
3433-SSS

06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/86
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/86

153.4
162.9
155.5
153.4
146.2
107.0
161.8
144.1
145.1
140.2
134.6
133.8

151.7
145.3
139.4
146.2
128.3
126.2
155.0
163.6
160.9
159.5
147.2
107.4
164.5
144.1
145.1
140.2
134.6
135.2

151.9
145.3
139.4
146.2
128.3
126.2
155.5
163.6
164.0
161.9
147.2
107.4
164.5
144.1
145.1
140.2
134.6
135.2

06/80
06/80

142.1
145.9

142.5
145.9

3441 -P
3441-1
3441-121
3441-12101
3441-12102
3441-122
3441-12201
3441-12202
3441-12207
3441-123
3441-12305
3441-127

Nov.
19892

Nonelectric heating equipment—Continued
Primary products............................................................................................
Cast iron heating boilers ............................................................................
Oil-fired cast iron heating boilers............................................................
Gas-fired cast iron heating boilers.........................................................
Domestic heating stoves............................................................................
Wood and coal domestic heating stoves, except sheet metal, airtight .
Other heating systems................................................................................
Radiators and convectors........................................................................
Floor and wall furnaces..........................................................................
Gas-fired wall furnaces.........................................................................
Other systems, n.e.c.................................................................................
Other heating systems, n.e.c................................................................
Parts for heating systems ..........................................................................
Gas burners and parts/attachments.......................................................
Gas burners under and equal to 400 M B H ........................................
Dual fuel burners and parts/attachments ............. .................................
Commercial/industrial dual fuel burners.............................................
Other parts, n.e.c......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

149.9
145.3
139.4
146.2
124.2

.7
.3
.5
13.3

142.5
145.9

2.1

0
0

120.2

Mar. 1989

5.3
3.1
3.0
3.1
-3.0
-5.6
5.4
(3)
5.5
5.5
4.5
4.8
9.1
1.8

Feb. 1990

0.1
0
0
0
0
0

.3
0

1.9
1.5
0
.0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2.5

Fabricated structural metal products....................................................................

344

12/84

117.3

117.2

117.3

1.6

.1

Fabricated structural m etal...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Fabricated structural metal for buildings....................................................
Iron and steel for industrial buildings......................................................
Industrial buildings and p lants.............................................................
Warehouses.........................................................................................
Iron and steel for commercial buildings .................................................
Office buildings (high-rise)....................................................................
Office buildings (low-rise).....................................................................
Other commercial buildings (low-rise) .................................................
Iron and steel for residential buildings....................................................
Residential buildings (low-rise)............................................................
Iron and steel for public utilities..............................................................
Iron and steel for other buildings (including rel., med., instit.,
and educational) ...............................................................................
Low-rise buildings.................................................................................
Fabricated structural metal for bridges, trestles, and viaducts.................
Iron, steel, and aluminum for highways..................................................
Other fabricated structural metal ...............................................................
Iron and steel for towers and supporting structures..............................
Iron and steel for offshore oil and gas platforms...................................
Iron and steel for other uses ..................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3441

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/87
06/87
06/87
06/82

119.3
119.8

118.2
118.7
118.4
121.4
125.7
97.0
104.0
99.6
103.2
116.3
(
3)
(
3)
104.3

1.1

123.3
127.8
97.3
105.7
102.4
104.2
117.6
105.3
108.5
106.0

118.4
118.8
118.3
121.4
125.7
97.0
104.1
99.6
103.6
116.3
(
3)
(
3)
103.5

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

06/87
06/87
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/87
06/87

128.4
109.0
116.2
116.3

127.7
(3)
(3)
(3)

127.7
107.6
114.7
114.8

120.0

120.1
120.1

06/82

Metal doors, sash and trim ...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Metal doors and frames, except storm d oo rs...........................................
Aluminum doors, all types .......................................................................
Aluminum residential doors..................................................................
Sliding glass patio doors ..................................................................
All other residential doors, including garage....................................
Aluminum commercial and institutional doors.....................................
All other commercial and institutional doors....................................
Iron and steel doors, all typ e s................................................................
Iron and steel industrial doors.............................................................
Iron and steel residential doors ..........................................................
Garage doors ....................................................................................
Insulated steel entrance doo rs........................................................
All other residential doors ................................................................
Iron and steel commercial and institutional doors..............................
Overhead and sliding d oo rs .............................................................
All other commercial and institutional doors....................................
Aluminum doorframes .............................................................................
Steel doorframes, 16 gauge and heavier...............................................
Metal window sash and frames, except storm sa sh .................................
Aluminum window sash and frames........................................................
Residential aluminum window sash and fram es.................................
Single and double-hung....................................................................
Horizontal sliding...............................................................................
All other residential window sash and frames.................................
Nonresidential aluminum window sash and frames ...........................
Single and double-hung....................................................................
Projected and awning .......................................................................
All other nonresidential window sash and frames ..........................

3442

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
06/83
06/83
06/83
08/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/88
06/83

3441-128
3441-12802
3441-2
3441-212
3441-3
3441-342
3441-353
3441-359
3441-SM
3441-S

3442-P
3442-1
3442-11
3442-112
3442-11216
3442-11218
3442-113
3442-11323
3442-12
3442-121
3442-122
3442-12227
3442-12229
3442-12231
3442-123
3442-12332
3442-12336
3442-142
3442-143
3442-2
3442-21
3442-211
3442-21121
3442-21124
3442-21129
3442-212
3442-21241
3442-21245
3442-21249

See footnotes at end of table.




86

120.1

1.4
.7
1.8
2.0

-.3
-1.7
-2.5
-2.5
1.3
(
3)
(3)
- 1.0

-.4
0

(
3)
(3)
.8

4.0

0

(3
)
(3)
(3)

120.1
120.1

1.0
1.1
1.0
2.6
1.1

(3)
116.1

(3)
116.1

(3)
1.3

(3)

133.5

132.7

130.9

-.3

-1.4

125.6
127.5
130.4
131.4
126.8
125.5
119.7
135.8
145.4
130.0
127.9
133.2
129.6
133.2
134.5
123.1
121.7
114.9
132.3

125.8
127.8
131.8
133.3
126.8
125.5
119.7
140.4
145.4
131.3
130.4
133.3
130.6
132.9
135.3
124.1
123.0
114.9
131.8

126.1
127.9
131.8
133.3
126.8
125.5
119.7
140.4
145.4
131.4
129.7
134.2
130.6
133.6
137.4
124.2
123.0
115.2
131.8

1.6
1.6
2.8

.2
.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.1

119.7
113.1
116.1

121.0

122.6

122.6

123.7
124.5

123.4
124.2

123.5
124.3

122.0

121.6
120.1

121.8
120.1

116.8
158.5
136.9
147.9

117.4
158.5
136.9
(
3)

100.2

100.2

100.2

132.2

132.2

132.2

120.3
117.8
158.5
136.9
147.9

3.4
-.5
-.5

-.1

9.1
9.4
2.9
3.6
2.1

0
0
0

-.5
.7

3.6

0

1.1

.5

3.4
3.2
2.9

1.6
.1
0

1.2

.3

-1.7

0
0
.1
.1
.2
0

2.8
.1
.2
1.0
1.1
1.2

.7
- 1.2
(
3)
-3.7
-.7

.5
0
0

(
3)
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Metal doors, sash and trim—Continued
Steel window sash and frames, all types...............................................
Steel window sash and frames, all ty p e s ...........................................
Metal molding and trim and storefronts.....................................................
Metal storefronts, sold complete at factory...........................................
Metal combination screen and storm sash and doors..............................
Metal storm sa sh .....................................................................................
Aluminum and steel combination screen and storm s a sh .....................
Aluminum and steel combination screen and storm doors ...................
Metal window and door screens and weatherstrip....................................
Metal screen doors..................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3442-22
3442-221
3442-3
3442-351
3442-4
3442-411
3442-412
3442-413
3442-5
3442-511
3442-SM
3442-M
3442-S

Fabricated plate w ork...........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Heat exchangers and steam condensers..................................................
Bare tube heat exchangers.....................................................................
Fin tube heat exchangers.......................................................................
Steam condensers...................................................................................
Fabricated steel p la te .................................................................................
Steel plate for trash containers and all other containers......................
Weldments............................................ ..................................................
Other fabricated steel plate.....................................................................
Steel power boilers (over 15 psi) and parts/attachments........................
Water tube boilers up to 100,000 Ibs./hr................................................
Gas cylinders..............................................................................................
Carbon steel gas cylinders......................................................................
All other types of gas cylinders..............................................................
Metal tanks made at plant, standard, pressure ........................................
Metal tanks made at plant, standard, non-pressure..................................
Bulk storage tanks, standard, non-pressure ..........................................
Carbon steel storage tanks, 6000 gal. and le s s .................................
Carbon steel storage tanks over 6000 gal...........................................
Custom tanks and vessels made at the plant ..........................................
Carbon steel customized tanks and vessels, non-LPG.........................
Carbon steel tanks & vessels, 3/4 inch & less wall thickness.......................
All other types of customized tanks and vessels, non-LPG..................
All other types of tanks & vessels, 3/4 inch & less wall thickness................
Custom tanks and vessels made at plant and field assembled...............
Petroleum storage tanks, field assembled.............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

3443

Sheet metal w o rk..................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Metal roofing and roof drainage equipment ..............................................
Metal roofing, steel, all types..................................................................
Roof drainage equipment including eave troughs, ste e l........................
Roof drainage equipment including eave troughs, aluminum................
Metal flooring and siding............................................................................
Metal siding, steel....................................................................................
Metal siding, aluminum, for residential use, including mobile homes....
Noninsulated ........................................................................................
Other sheet metal w ork..............................................................................
Cornices, skylights, ceiling domes, copings, and gravel stops..............
Stovepipe, furnace smokepipe, elbows, and ducts, s te e l......................
Air-conditioning ducts, including dust collecting ducts, ste e l.................
Restaurant, hotel, and kitchen sheet metal equipment, ste e l...............
Metal awnings, canopies, carports, and patios, prefabricated types,
aluminum...........................................................................................
Soffits, fascia, and shutters, aluminum...................................................
Other sheet metal work, steel.................................................................
Mail collection or storage boxes.........................................................
Precision sheet metal parts, not stamped................................ ..........
Other steel sheet metal w o rk ..............................................................
Other sheet metal work, aluminum ........................................................
Other sheet metal work of metals other than steel or aluminum.........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3444

Architectural and ornamental metalwork.............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Architectural and ornamental metalwork....................................................
Warm air or air conditioning grilles, registers and air diffusers.............
Iron and steel.......................................................................................
Aluminum..............................................................................................
Stairs .......................................................................................................
Industrial class.....................................................................................

3446

3443-P
3443-1
3443-111
3443-115
3443-151
3443-2
3443-245
3443-251
3443-299
3443-3
3443-31
3443-4
3443-412
3443-418
3443-5
3443-7
3443-71
3443-711
3443-713
3443-8
3443-802
3443-80201
3443-804
3443-80401
3443-9
3443-926
3443-SM

3444-P
3444-4
3444-411
3444-423
3444-429
3444-5
3444-516
344 4.5 17

3444-51702
3444-6
3444-611
3444-634
3444-637
3444-644
3444-646
3444-651
3444-662
3444-66201
3444-66203
3444-66209
3444-664
3444-698
3444-SM
3444-M
3444-S

3446-P
3446-1
3446-11
3446-111
3446-113
3446-13
3446-131

See footnotes at end of table.




87

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

112.9
112.9
138.0
153.4
126.3
134.7
124.6
125.8

(3)
(3)
138.0
153.4
125.2
134.7
122.5
125.2
121.3
114.0

(3)
(3
)
138.0
153.4
125.6
134.7
123.4
125.4

07/83
06/83

105.3
122.5

105.3

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80

138.8
140.0
166.9
181.4
148.3
162.1
126.7
114.8
143.2
113.7
113.3
150.9
127.1
116.4
130.1
120.4
128.9
124.3
128.6
124.4
140.5
131.8
148.8
129.7
142.7
129.4
116.4

110.0

110.8

(3)
126.8
116.0
129.9
137.3
130.1
125.2
128.6
126.8
149.1
131.8
148.8
129.7
142.7
129.4
116.2

(3)
127.1
116.4
130.0
130.4
131.5
127.3
130.9
128.9
149.1
131.8
148.8
129.7
142.7
129.4
116.2

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
01/84
12/82
12/82
12/82

129.3
126.6
120.4
108.0
165.0
117.4
118.6

128.7
126.7

129.0
127.1
121.3
109.5
164.9
117.5

-4.3

121.0

6.1

124.3
(3)
(3)
132.4

13.5
(3)
(3)
3.4

1 2 /8 6

03/80
1 2 /8 6

03/80
03/80
03/80
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

03/80
03/80

122.1

114.7

0
0

-.7

.3

0

0

.7

122.0

114.3

-1.7

.3

109.5

3.7

122.1

121.0

-.1

4.0
-.9

140.4
141.8
167.7
182.6
148.3
(3)
127.6
114.8
143.5
115.4

140.4
141.6
167.6
183.5
151.9
(3
)
127.5
114.6
143.5
115.4

3.7
3.5
1.5
3.3
4.0
(3)
1.9
.9

120.2

101.1

101.1

122.1
190.8

126.8

122.8
(3)

127.3
127.3
(3)

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/87
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

141.3
128.6
125.3
107.7
123.6
122.9
133.9
139.9

141.3
(3)
126.7
107.7
124.9
124.7
134.1
140.0

141.3
(3)
126.7
107.7
124.8
124.8
135.2
139.5

12/82
12/82

164.0
124.2

151.1
125.3

(3)
125.0

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
01/84

121.4

122.0
122.4

121.6
122.0
122.0
107.4
101.8
114.3

101.5
114.3
119.4
114.6

-.8

.2
.6

101.1

121.8
121.8
107.2

(3)
(3)

- .6
1.6

129.7
129.7
131.2
124.6

(3)
(3)
8.3

Feb. 1990

- 1.1

108.0
165.0
116.4
119.5
(3)
(3)
(3)
131.8

120.0

Mar. 1989

122.4
107.2
101.5
114.3
121.3
116.0

119.5
115.7

1.1

1.9
3.4
(3)
2.9
3.5

0
-.1
-.1

.5
2.4
(3)
-.1
-.2
0
0

.7
(3)
.2

.3

1.2

.1

8.7
4.1
4.5
7.1
3.6
7.3

-5.0

1.1
1.7

1.8

1.7

3.4

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1.1

.2

2.6

1.9
1.9
2.8
2.1

2.5
4.3
9.0
2.0

.8

6.2

9.1
(3)

.3

.9

-.1

1.4
.9

1.3
(3)
(3)
(3)
.5
0

.4
3.7
(3)

.6

(3)
4.2

0
1.0
1.2

5.7
3.8

1.8
1.5
1.2
1.2
-.8
4.5
2.8

(3)

-1.2

-1.6

0

(3)

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

-.2

(3)

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

.0

-1.5

-.3

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Architectural and ornamental metalwork—Continued
Commercial cla ss.................................................................................
Architectural class................................................................................
Railings.....................................................................................................
Steel, excluding stainless s te e l...........................................................
Iron and stainless s te e l........................................................................
Other metals, including combinations of metals and other materials .
Grating and grating treads.......................................................................
Steel grating and grating treads..........................................................
Aluminum grating and grating treads...................................................
Framing material for walls and ceilings ( load and non-load bearing
studs).................................................................................................
Scaffolding and shoring..........................................................................
Scaffolding ...........................................................................................
Other architectural and ornamental metalwork ......................................
Fences, gates and posts......................................................................
Window guards.....................................................................................
Other architectural and ornamental metalwork...................................
Iron and stainless steel.....................................................................
Steel, excluding stainless steel........................................................
Other metals......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Fabricated structural m etal......................................................................
Metal doors, sash and trim .....................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

3446-135
3446-137
3446-14
3446-143
3446-144
3446-149
3446-15
3446-151
3446-152
3446-16
3446-18
3446-181
3446-19
3446-192
3446-193
3446-199
3446-19912
3446-19913
3446-19914
3446-SM
3446-M
3446-S
3441-S
3442-S
3446-SSS

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

130.0
115.6

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

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

123.8
115.6
110.3
114.9

114.6

121.9
115.6
109.7
113.8

1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

100.0

100.0

100.0

0

96.4
131.1
132.1
119.3

96.2
130.6
132.1
114.6

96.1
130.2
132.1
(3)

-4.8
-1.7
(3)

(3)

(3)
1.4
1.4
4.7
2.4
24.3
1.3
3.7

(3)

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
1 2 /8 8

12/83
1 2 /8 8

110.1

0.5
(3)

- 6.2

1.2

-.4
-.7

4.8

0

0
-.1

-.3

-.2

0

120.7

(3
)

(3)

112.6
112.2

112.6
112.2

120.9
115.2
151.5
116.2
103.7
115.6
99.9

123.4
118.0
159.8
117.4
103.7
117.9

112.6
112.2
122.6

100.0

100.0

-1.7

0

100.0

102.1

2.1

123.1
133.8
(3)

4.0
7.9
(3)

122.6

-.8

(3)
-.5
-.4
(3)
-.9

2.9
3.0

-.1
-.1

117.5
156.8
116.8
103.7
116.8

2.2

0
0
-.6

-.4
-1.9
-.5
0

-.9

12/84
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

122.9
133.5
138.6
123.7

(3)
123.7
134.3
(3)
123.7

3448-P

12/81
12/81

114.4
113.7

115.4
114.5

115.3
114.4

3448-1
3448-115
3448-11512
3448-11514
3448-118
3448-2

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

111.0
111.1

111.1

1.9

-.3

102.9
109.4
105.7
118.6

111.4
111.4
105.0
109.0
107.4
120.4

111.3
105.0
108.9
105.8

2.2
2.6
2.0

.7

-.1
0
-.1

-1.5

120.6

5.1

.2

3448-215

12/81

122.6

122.4

121.0

9.3

-1.1

3448-221
3448-22117

12/81
12/87

118.1
110.1

119.3
110.4

118.5
109.7

.6
.2

-.6

3448-235
3448-23516
3448-23518

12/81
12/87
12/87

138.5
116.0

139.4
117.0

111.6

111.0

138.9
117.0
107.8

4.3
4.8
.5

-2.9

3448-254
3448-SM
3448-S

12/81

110.4

115.2

118.6

10.6

3.0

12/81

137.6

139.7

139.7

5.8

0

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

109.8
103.2
109.2

107.0
107.7

107.4
108.2

101.1

102.2

105.7

122.2

120.1

106.5
119.7

-3.8
-3.7
-3.4
- 1.8
-3.9

-.3

12/84

109.8

109.8

109.8

-.7

0

345

12/84

112.3

112.5

112.9

5.1

.4

Screw machine products.......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Automotive screw machine products.........................................................
Other screw machine products ..................................................................
Aircraft.......................................................................................................
Ordnance .................................................................................................
Household appliances, including radio and television...........................
Electric and electronic equipment
Machinery.................................................................................................
All other end uses, except automotive...................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3451

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

119.8
120.9
122.9
119.6
103.0
153.3
151.3
106.0
105.1
115.4
104.5

119.6
120.8

120.0
121.2

.3
.3

122.3
119.7
107.4
153.3
143.9
105.7
105.1
116.6
104.5

122.4
120.3
106.4
153.3
150.0
105.9
105.1
116.7
104.5

3.1
3.3
2.9
3.5
7.8
3.3
5.9

Bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, and washers..............................................................
Primary products...............................................
Externally threaded fasteners, except aircraft............................................
Mine roof b o lts .........................................................................................
Hex bolts, including heavy, tap, and joint ..............................................
Square and round bolts and plow numbers 3, 4, 6 , 7, and tra ck.........

3452

114.6
114.2
113.1
123.9
98.2

115.0
114.8
113.1
123.9
98.0

115.4
115.3
113.2
(
3)
97.5

112.1

112.1

112.1

Prefabricated metal buildings...............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Prefab, metal bldg. sys., excl. farm service bldgs., resid. bldgs., &
parts for prefab, b ld g s.........................................................................
Industrial and commercial........................................................................
Industrial...............................................................................................
Commercial ..........................................................................................
Institutional, medical, religious, public & educational.............................
Other prefabricated and portable metal buildings and parts.....................
Other farm service bldgs., steel and aluminum, excl. wood frame
b ldgs..................................................................................................
Small utility bldgs., incl. tool sheds, cabanas, storage houses,
etc., steel and aluminum ..................................................................
S teel......................................................................................................
Dwellings and other non-farm bldgs. incl. vacation homes, etc.; steel
and aluminum....................................................................................
Aluminum..............................................................................................
S teel......................................................................................................
Panels, parts, or sections for prefab, bldgs., not sold as a complete
unit, steel & aluminum ......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3448

Miscellaneous metal w ork.....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Bar joists and fabricated concrete reinforcing bars...................................
Fabricated concrete reinforcing b a rs ......................................................
Other miscellaneous metal building materials and curtain w a ll................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3449

Screw machine products, and bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, and
washers..........................................................................................................

3449-P
3449-4
3449-452
3449-5
3449-SM
3449-S

3451-P
3451-1
3451-2
3451-222
3451-223
3451-242
3451-252
3451-262
3451-298
3451-S

.........................................................

3452-P
3452-4
3452-411
3452-412
3452-413

See footnotes at end of table.




88

1 2 /8 8

12/83
12/83
12/83
06/82
06/82
06/82
11/82
06/82
06/82

110.2

.6

2.7
3.8
0
6.2
6.8
2.2

(
3)
1.6
-.1

-.7
-.4
0

.4
.
5
1.1
.8

.1

.5
-.9
0

4.2
.2
0
.1
0

.
3
.4
.1

(
3)
-.5
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, and washers—Continued
Studs ........................................................................... ............................
Flanged, self-locking set, lag, and wood screws ..................................
Cap screws............................................................... ............................
Machine screw s......................................................................................
Thread-forming tapping screws ..............................................................
Thread-cutting, self-drilling, and thread-rolling screws ..........................
Other externally threaded fasteners, except aircraft...............................
Internally threaded fasteners, except aircraft..............................................
Flanged, square, sheet metal, weld, wing, and cage nuts.....................
Hex nuts...................................................................................................
Locknuts: prevailing torque and free spinning.......................................
Other internally threaded fasteners, including all nonmetallic...............
Nonthreaded fasteners, except aircraft.......................................................
Solid rivets, all sizes................................................................................
Tubular, split, and blind rivets.................................................................
Pins, machine ty p e ..................................................................................
Washers, all ty p e s ...................................................................................
Other nonthreaded fasteners, including all nonmetallic........................
Aircraft/aerospace fasteners......................................................................
Bolts, all KSI tensile................................................................................
Screws, all types, and studs, all types ...................................................
Nuts, all types ........................................ ................................................
Washers, all typ e s...................................................................................
Pins, all typ e s..........................................................................................
Other formed fasteners..............................................................................
All other, including ordnance ..................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ......................................................................... .....
Secondary products....................................................................................

3452-421
3452-433
3452-436
3452-437
3452-441
3452-442
3452-469
3452-5
3452-501
3452-502
3452-511
3452-539
3452-6
3452-601
3452-603
3452-621
3452-631
3452-649
3452-7
3452-701
3452-712
3452-731
3452-761
3452-763
3452-8
3452-898
3452-SM
3452-M
3452-S

06/82
12/87
12/87
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
06/8?.
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
12/87
06/82
06/82
04/84

104.5
107.5
114.5
109.4

C TI
D
C (D
D
OO
"

Industry and product1

Industry
code

104.8
107.5
111.8

Mar.
19902

104.8
107.5
115.5
109.4
112.3
105.7
114.0
99.6
116.2
96.1
114.8
114.7
111.9

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

2.6
.6

0
0

4.1

3.3
-.4

104.3
114.0
99.5
116.2
96.1
114.8
114.3

109.8
112.3
106.0
114.2
99.5
116.2
96.1
114.8
114.3

110.6
102.0

111.6
102.0

108.9
111.3
104.5

114.7
110.9
103.7

114.7
1109
105.3

1.3
-4.9
5.3
6.4
1.3

120.0

120.0

120.0

0

137.2
127.0
168.8
119.1
(3)
159.5
106.4
107.4

139.9
131.0
(3)
126.5
(3)
159.5
107.0
108.2

141.6
133.8
168.8
131.0
(3)
159.5
108.0
109.7

31.8
15.9
63.2
23.1
(3)
33.1
2.3
2.5

(3)
3.6
(3)

122.6

111.6

101.2

-.2
1.0

1.7
- 1.0
2.2
1.8

3.1
.4
.8

0

-.3
-.2
.1
0
0
0

.3
.3
-.8
0
0

1.5
0
1.2
2.1

0

.9
1.4

06/82
06/82

112.9

119.2
113.3

119.1
113.3

-2.9
6.9

-.1
0

.4

Metal forgings and stampings............................. .................................................

346

12/84

107.7

108.8

109.2

2.6

Iron and steel forgings.........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Hot impression die impact, press and upset ferrous forgings ..................
Carbon ste e l............................................................................................
Alloy steel, except stainless and high-temperature ...............................
Stainless s te e l......................... ..................................................... ..........
High-temperature iron, nickel and cobalt-base allovs............................
Cold impression die impact, press and upset ferrous forgings.................
Carbon ste e l........... ................ ........................ ..... ...... ...........................
Seamless rolled-ring ferrous forgings........................................................
Open die or smith (hammer or press) ferrous forgings ............................
Carbon ste e l............................................................................................
Alloy steel, except stainless and high-temperature ...............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3462

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

107.0
108.1
109.0
111.3
107.9
124.6

107.1
108.3
109.2
111.4
108.1
(3)
(3)

107.6
108.9

1.0
1.1
2.0
2.0
1.8

120.8

120.8

129.3
107.5
96.6
96.3
97.1

129.3
108.7
96.6
96.3
97.1

129.3
108.7
96.6
96.3
97.1

12/83

96.7

95.9

95.9

.3

0

Nonferrous forgings..............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Hot impression die impact, press and upset nonferrous forgings............
Aluminum and aluminum a llo y ................................................................
Titanium and titanium alloy...................................... ...............................
Copper and copper a llo y ........................................................................
Cold impression die impact, press and upset nonferrous forgings..........
Aluminum and aluminum a llo y .............. .................. ...............................

3463

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

116.4
119.8
119.9
133.5
93.8
132.4
123.7
123.7

119.1
123.2

120.0

2.8

124.2
121.4
136.9
92.7
129.5
(3)
(3)

.8
.8

4.0
.7
-8.7
(3)
(3)

Automotive stampings............................................................. ................... ....... .
Primary products............................................................................ ................
Original equipment automotive stampings.................................................
Passenger car stampings .......................................................................
Body panels.........................................................................................
Chassis p a rts.......................................................................................
Truck and bus stampings.......................................................................
Body panels ..........................................................................................
Chassis p a rts.......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts........... .................... .........
Secondary products....................................................................................

3465

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

110.2

109.8
109.1
109.4
106.0
117.4
106.1
104.8
109.0

112.7
110.4
109.2
109.5
106.1
117.4
107.3
106.2
109.8

12/82

111.2

Metal crowns and closures...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Metal commercial closures(caps)...............................................................
Screw thread and lug type(nonvacuum).................................................
Tin mill products............................................................ ......................
Metal caps (vacuum)...............................................................................
Continuous thread................................................................................
Other metal closures, except crowns .........................................................
All other metal closures,(roll-ons,snips,tabs,etc.) ...................................
Soft drin k..............................................................................................

3466

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

115.5
115.3
116.7
116.9
116.9
116.4
103.0
108.1
108.0
108.0

3462-P
3462-5
3462-511
3462-513
3462-515
3462-517
3462-6
3462-611
3462-7
3462-8
3462-811
3462-813
3462-SM
3462-S

3463-P
3463-5
3463-521
3463-523
3463-525
3463-6
3463-621

3465-P
3465-1
3465-111
3465-11111
3465-11112
3465-113
3465-11313
3465-11314
3465-SM
3465-S

3466-P
3466-1
3466-103
3466-10331
3466-142
3466-14244
3466-3
3466-364
3466-36411

See footnotes at end of table.




89

100.0
120.8

121.8

136.5
92.7
138.0
(3)
(3)

110.0

113.0
108.1
(3)
(3)

112.8
110.6

109.4
109.5
106.0
117.4
109.4
109.1

(3)
(3)
- 1.1
-4.0
3.1
-3.9
-.2

-1.9

2.7
2.0

2.8
1.2
.6

.5
.6

.7
1.4
0

(3)
(3)
0
0
0
0
0
0

-.3
.3
0

- 6.2
(3)
(3)
.1
.2
.2
0
-.1
0
2.0

110.1

.5
.3
.7
3.3
3.9
1.9

137.7

137.7

24.1

0

115.6
115.4
118.0
119.5
119.5
116.5
104.2
102.4
102.3
102.3

115.6
115.4
117.9
119.4
119.4
116.5
104.2
102.4
102.3
102.3

1.9

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

2.1

4.2
7.0
7.0
1.8

4.4
-5.4
-5.5
-5.5

2.7
.3

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry
code

Industry and product1

Product

Index
Nov.
19892

Metal crowns and closures—Continued
Metal crowns.....................................................................................
Soft drink containers...................................................................... ........
Conventional type ...................................................................... ........

3466-4
3466-415
3466-41517

Metal stampings, n.e.c.................................................................................
Primary products.................................................................................. ........
Job stampings, except automotive ................................................... ........
Recreational vehicle stampings ( motor homes, travel trailers, etc. )
Motor and generator stampings..................................................... ........
Aviation stampings......................................................................... ........
Agricultural equipment stampings............... ................................. ........
Electrical equipment stampings, except refrigerator and laundry ........
Furniture stampings....................................................................... ........
Office machine stampings............................................................. ........
Radio, television and phonograph stampings.............................. ........
Stove, heater and air conditioner stampings............................... ........
Other industrial equipment stampings........................................... ........
Other job stampings....................................................................... ........
Stamped and spun utensils, cooking and kitchen, aluminum.........
Stamped and spun utensils, cooking and kitchen, except aluminum ......
Other utensils, including commercial, hospital and outdoor, stainless
ste e l...................................................................................................
Other stamped and spun utensils, cooking and kitchen, including
vitreous enamel.......................................................................
Other stamped and pressed metal end products............................ ........
Other stamped and pressed metal end products ........................ ........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................ ........
Secondary products..........................................................................

3469

Coating, engraving, and allied services ...................................................... ........

347

3469-P
3469-2
3469-201
3469-205
3469-211
3469-215
3469-225
3469-231
3469-241
3469-251
3469-271
3469-289
3469-298
3469-4
3469-5

..

..

Feb.
19902

Mar.
19902

12/83
12/83
12/83

114.6
115.2
113.0

119.4
119.6
117.3

119.9
120.5
118.2

06/84
06/84
06/84

119.9
119.5
118.9
104.9
101.4
111.9
118.2
112.5
106.4
117.2
105.8
115.7
128.8
118.9
142.2
113.0

120.0

120.4

119.7
119.7
104.9
101.4
119.6
119.4
111.9
106.4
118.3
105.8
115.7
128.4
119.4
142.2
114.1

120.2

1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
1 2 /8 8

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

120.5
104.9
101.4
119.8
119.4

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

5.4

0.4

6.2
6.2

.8
.8

3.0
3.4
2.9
4.9
1.4

.3
.4
.7

1.5

0
0
.2
0

112.2

0

.3

106.4
133.4
105.8
115.7
128.4
119.2
142.2
115.1

- 2.1
16.7
-.3

18.7
4.8

0
12.8
0
0
0
-.2
0

8.1

0

4.9
.8

.9

3469-515

10/84

133.8

132.4

132.4

-2.4

0

3469-598
3469-9
3469-998
3469-SM
3469-S

06/84
06/84
06/84

133.6
116.1
114.0

135.5
115.2
114.5

138.0
115.2
114.5

8.7
-.3
1.6

1.8
0
0

06/84

121.8

120.6

120.5

.3

-.1

12/84

116.5

116.9

117.1

1.6

.2

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
12/89
12/89

118.4
118.6
118.6
116.4
126.3
117.4
121.4
114.2
123.2
110.7
109.5
124.4
116.0
(3)
(3)

119.5
119.8
119.8
117.7
127.7
117.8
123.1
114.2
125.3
111.5

120.1

3.0

120.4
120.4
118.3
128.1
117.7
125.3
114.2
128.0
111.4

2.8
2.8
2.0

.5
.5
.5
.5
.3

110.0

110.0

.8

-.1
1.8
0
2.2
-.1
0

128.7
116.4
(3)
100.5

127.0
116.3

5.9

-1.3

100.0

100.3

(3)
(3)

12/84

115.0

116.1

116.1

7.3

0

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/89

114.4
115.3
115.3

113.9
114.5
114.5

113.7
114.3
114.3

.3
-.3
-.3

121.8

121.8

121.8

.1

-.2
-.2
- .2
0

146.1
121.4
(3)

146.7
119.5
99.3

148.6
119.7
(3)

-3.4
-.7
(3)

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/89

127.5
114.1
109.7
(3)
114.6
108.8
(3)

124.0
114.1
109.3
103.4
115.7
108.3

124.5
114.1
108.9

- 2.6
.9

.4

.2

102.1

100.0

100.0

(3)
2.5
.9
(3)

-.4
-1.3
.3
-.4

12/89
12/84

(3)
107.6

105.2
109.1

105.2
109.1

(3)
4.3

0
0

Metal plating and polishing..........................................................................
Primary products................................................................................... ........
Metal plating and polishing............................................................... ........
Electroplating-rack.......................................................................... ........
Electroplating-barrel........................................................................ ........
Engineering plating - hard chrome, hard nickel............................ ........
Anodizing ........................................................................................ ........
Hard coat anodizing.................................................................... ........
Other anodizing .......................................................................... ........
Mechanical surface preparation..................................................... .......
Polishing and buffing ..................................................................
Other surface finishing ............................................................... .......
Other plating including reel to reel continuous plating................. .......
Reel to reel continuous plating .................................................. ........
Other plating ............................................................................... ........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................
Secondary products.......................................................................... ........

3471

Metal coating and allied services...............................................................
Primary products ................................................................................... ........
Metal coating and allied services...................................................... ........
Etching and engraving metal nameplates..................................... ........
Other etching and engraving......................................................... ........
Galvanizing and other hot dip coating.......................................... ........
Sheet and strip galvanizing ......................................................... ........
After fabrication galvanizing, excluding all steel company
operations ............................................................................
Hot dip coating other than zinc.................................................. ........
Organic coatings............................................................................ ........
Coil coating ................................................................................. ........
Spray coating, including electrostatic coating........................... ........
All other organic coating............................................................ ........
All other metal coating or allied services...................................... ........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts................................ ........
Miscellaneous receipts ......................................................................
Secondary products.......................................................................... ........

3479

Ordnance and accessories, except vehicles and guided missiles............ ........

348

06/85

112.4

113.6

113.1

3.0

-.4

Small arms ammunition,30mm and under..................................................
Primary products ...................................................................................
Cartridges for small firearms (rifles and sidearms)..........................
Centerfire pistols, including cartridges interchangeable between
rifles and pistols.......................................................................
Shipped to government (Federal, State, and local) ..................
Ammunition components...................................................................
Wads, shot cases (primed or unprimed), bullets, bullet jackets, and
cases .................................................................................................

3482

111.0

112.6

111.8

113.5
104.0

115.2
104.0

114.3
102.5

5.5
6.3
3.6

-.7

3482-P
3482-1

06/85
06/85
06/85

-1.4

3482-114
3482-11441
3482-3

06/85
06/85
06/85

114.5
112.9
109.0

114.8
113.8

114.8
113.8

111.2

111.2

.5
1.4
7.9

0
0
0

3482-369

06/85

110.5

113.0

113.0

9.0

0

3471-P
3471-1
3471-101
3471-102
3471-103
3471-104
3471-10431
3471-10432
3471-105
3471-10541
3471-10543
3471-107
3471-10751
3471-10752
3471-SM
3471-S

..

..
..
..
..

3479-P
3479-1
3479-101
3479-102
3479-103
3479-10311
3479-10312
3479-10314
3479-104
3479-10421
3479-10422
3479-10423
3479-105
3479-SM
3479-M
3479-S

See footnotes at end of table.




90

116.0
107.9

4.5
1.6

4.9
- 1.1
6.3
1.3

1.8

-.1

(3)
-.2

1.3
.2

(3)

0

0

-.8

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Ammunition, except small arms, n.e.c...................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Artillery ammunition and component parts, over 30mm (or 1.18 inches) .
Complete rounds, loaded........................................................................
Artillery component parts........................................................................
Primers..................................................................................................
Fuses ....................................................................................................
Ammunition, except for small arms, n.e.c...................................................
Other ammunition and ammunition parts, n.e.c., except small arms ....

3483

Small arms, 30 mm and under.............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Pistols and revolvers...................................................................................
Centerfire pistols and revolvers..............................................................
Rimfire pistols and revolvers...................................................................
R ifle s...........................................................................................................
Centerfire rifles........................................................................................
Bolt repeater centerfire rifles...............................................................
Shotguns......................................................................................................
Repeating shotguns.................................................................................
Other small arm s........................................................................................
Other small a rm s.....................................................................................
Parts and attachments for small a rm s.......................................................
Parts and attachments for small arm s....................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products...................................................................................

3484

Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c..........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c., incl. rocket projectors, torpedo
tubes, and their parts ....................................... ..................................
Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c., and their p a rts ................................
Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c., and their parts - domestic sales ..
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products...................................................................................

3489

Miscellaneous fabricated metal products............................................................

349

Steel springs, except w ire....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Hot formed springs ....................................................................................
Hot formed coil springs...........................................................................
Locomotive, railroad car, and other helical springs............................
Hot formed leaf springs..........................................................................
Replacement leaf springs (including exports) for cars, buses, and
tru cks.............................................................................................
Original equipment leaf springs other than for passenger cars .........
Cold formed springs....................................................................................
Cold formed flat springs made of sheet and s trip .................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3493

Valves and pipe fittings........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Fluid power valves ......................................................................................
Hydraulic valves......................................................................................
Manually operated directional control valves......................................
Solenoid operated directional control valves ......................................
Other directional control valves ..........................................................
Flow control valves (including check valves)......................................
Servovalves and combination valves..................................................
Other hydraulic valves.........................................................................
Pneumatic valves.....................................................................................
Pressure control valves.......................................................................
Other pneumatic valves ......................................................................
Metal valves for piping systems and equipment, except plumbing and
heating valves......................................................................................
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 over).............................
Pop safety valves and relief valves (over 15 lb w.s.p.).........................
Ball valves, all metals, pressures, and types.........................................
Iron and steel ball valves.....................................................................
Brass and bronze ball va lve s..............................................................
Butterfly valves, all metals, pressures, and types..................................

3494

3483-P
3483-1
3483-111
3483-171
3483-17111
3483-17114
3483-3
3483-341

105.1
100.4
102.5

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
08/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

124.0
125.3
121.4
118.1
133.1
121.4
128.3
130.9
131.7
116.3
116.3
118.5
118.5

06/85

88.1

109.0
95.3
101.2

105.6
101.2
100.2

(3
)
(3
)
(3)
(3)
102.5
121.7

Mar.
19902

105.1
100.4
100.9
(3
)
102.3
(3)

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

0
-.1

-0.5

-.4
(3)
-1.9
(3
)

.7
(3)
(3)
(3
)
(3)
- 2.6

-.8

101.2

0

99.8
121.4

.3
7.2

126.3
127.5
124.1
121.5
133.1
127.4
126.0
129.7
131.8
132.6
120.7
120.7
121.5
121.5

125.4
125.6
124.1
121.5
133.1
122.3
120.7

4.5
4.2
2.4
2.9

126.7
127.4
114.2
114.2
121.5
121.5

2.8
2.8
- 1.8
- 1.8

-4.0
-4.2
-7.4
-3.9
-3.9
-5.4
-5.4

4.1
4.1

0
0

110.8

(3)

116.5

2.6

12/85
12/85

105.1
107.1

106.1
109.2

106.1
109.2

5.0
11.2

0
0

12/85
12/85
12/85

101.2
101.2
102.8

103.6
103.6
105.9

103.6
103.6
105.9

9.7
9.7
13.1

0
0
0

12/85

118.4

(3)

(3)

(3
)

12/84

118.5

119.5

119.5

2.7

0

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

112.5
111.5
110.5

113.3
112.3
111.7
112.9
124.1
108.2

2.0

2.4
2.9
4.5
5.4
1.3

-.2
-.1
.2
0
0

108.2

113.5
112.4
111.5
112.9
124.1
107.9

06/81
06/81

112.4
103.3

112.5
102.7

112.5
103.3

06/81

116.4

116.7

06/81
06/81

117.5
116.5

3494-P
3494-2
3494-212
3494-21201
3494-21202
3494-21203
3494-21205
3494-21206
3494-21207
3494-224
3494-22403
3494-22405

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

125.4
126.2
118.9
112.3
117.1
102.7
108.2
114.5
110.5
113.0
133.6
136.4
132.0

3494-3
3494-312
3494-31201
3494-31202
3494-31203
3494-31204
3494-31205
3494-31207
3494-349
3494-363
3494-36301
3494-36302
3494-367

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

120.3

3484-P
3484-2
3484-201
3484-202
3484-3
3484-301
3484-30122
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

3493-P
3493-1
3493-121
3493-12116
3493-131
3493-13151
3493-13158
3493-2
3493-271
3493-SM
3493-M
3493-S

See footnotes at end of table.




12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85

C Tl
O
C C
D D
o cr

Industry and product1

Industry
code

91

97.8
110.1

122.0

110.6
121.8

121.0

127.9
136.3
122.4
103.7
94.3
128.6
135.3
121.1

117.7
132.5
108.8

120.1

-.2

-.7
-1.5
0
0
0

.8

3.3
3.6
(3)

(3)

(3)

.1

.3

2.7

0
.6

115.2

-.3

-1.3

117.5
117.8

117.5
117.8

-5.5
1.3

0
0

127.0
128.1
118.4

127.9
129.0
119.8
113.7
119.6
103.5
109.0
116.9
(3)
113.0
133.6
136.4
132.0

5.4
5.9
2.7
2.4
5.2
1.5
1.3

.7
.7

111.6

114.8
102.7
108.2
114.5
(3)
113.0
133.6
(3
)
132.0
123.4
123.7
127.1
141.7
128.0
105.1
95.7
127.8
138.8
124.1
121.0

134.4
112.7

122.7
122.4
127.1
141.7
127.6
105.1
95.7
127.2
138.5
123.9
120.7
134.4
112.2

2.1

(3)

1.2

1.9
4.2
.8

.7
2.1

(3)
0

3.2
0

0
.0

(3
)

3.7

0

5.0
4.5
5.8
12.3
4.8
2.7

-.6
- 1.1
0
0

2.8

.3
4.1
5.4
5.8
3.9
5.6

-.3
0
0

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

-.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Index

Valves and pipe fittings—Continued
Iron butterfly valves, including ductile .................................................
Steel (cast and fabricated) butterfly valves.........................................
Plug valves, all metals, pressures, and types........................................
Iron plug valves, including ductile........................................................
Carbon steel plug valves......................................................................
Other alloy plug valves, including alloy steel ......................................
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 under..................
Automatic regulating and control valves....................................................
Pneumatic actuated control valve s........................................................
Self-contained direct actuated pressure regulator valves......................
Flow regulator valves for gas, vapors, or liquids....................................
Other regulator valves........................................... .................................
Solenoid valves ............. .............................................................................
Solenoid valves........................................................................................
Metal fittings, flanges, and unions for piping systems..............................
Forged carbon steel fittings, flanges, and unions..................................
Threaded type ......................................................................................
Stainless and alloy steel fittings, flanges, and unions...........................
Socket-weld and threaded ty 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 systems..........
Other hose connectors........................................................................
Parts and components for valves and pipe fittings (sold separately).......
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

3494-36701
3494-36702
3494-375
3494-37501
3494-37502
3494-37503
3494-398

107.8
117.0
126.7
119.2
119.0
(3)
117.5

107.8
116.0
125.4
119.2
119.0
146.8
118.9

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

117.6

118.8

119.9

110.0

112.1

112.1

126.7
135.6
124.7
117.4
123.3
128.4
128.4
149.1
123.4
122.5
109.2
95.8
(3)
131.8
104.6
114.9
118.0
113.3
114.4
132.4

127.9
136.9
126.8
123.8
130.3
130.3
151.0
130.2
122.5
109.2
(3)
(3)
134.6
105.6
115.5
119.3
113.6
116.2
132.4

128.2
136.9
126.6
123.4
123.8
130.9
130.9
154.3
124.0
122.5
109.2
95.8
(3)
138.7
105.6
118.8
119.3
118.6
116.2
132.4

12/82
12/82

96.4
130.5

96.4
131.9

96.4
132.7

5.2

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
12/82

113.3
113.7

114.2
113.9
122.9
120.3
104.2
125.0
(3)
112.7
119.5
131.1
119.0
106.7
108.0
10S.4

1.6
1.0

104.2
123.7
115.8
112.5
116.6
129.4
118.3
106.7
108.0
106.4

114.2
113.9
122.9
120.4
104.2
125.0
104.7
112.9
119.5
131.1
119.0
106.7
(3)
106.4

12/82

109.0

110.7

110.7

2.0

0

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
06/89
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
06/89
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
04/83
12/82
12/82
12/82

117.3
116.8
118.0

118.4
117.5
118.7
110.9
166.2
113.0
104.3
119.1
132.9

118.5
117.6
118.9

3.9
3.1
2.5

.1
.1
.2
-.1

117.0
114.7
(3)
138.2
117.8
109.8
110.7

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/84
12/84

3496

Metal foil and le a f.................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................

106.8
110.5
118.2
111.9
112.3
138.3
116.4

3495

Miscellaneous fabricated wire products...............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Noninsulated ferrous wire rope, cable and strand.....................................
Steel wire rope and cable .......................................................................
Composite strand, rope and cable.........................................................
Other steel wire strand ...........................................................................
Wire forms ...............................................................................................
Ferrous wire cloth and other ferrous woven wire products.......................
Industrial wire cloth..................................................................................
Other ferrous woven cloth and woven wire products............................
Steel fencing and fence gates ...................................................................
Chain link fencing ....................................................................................
Wire fence, woven and welded ............................................... ...............
Steel nails, spikes, brads, staples and tacks ................................... .........
Other ferrous fabricated wire products......................................................
Wire chain, other......................................................................................
Welded steel wire fabric (concrete reinforcing m esh)...........................
Wire garment hangers.............................................................................
Wire carts.................................................................................................
Wire cages...............................................................................................
Other ferrous wire products ....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales ............. ,.....................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

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

3494-4
3494-419
3494-5
3494-505
3494-531
3494-545
3494-548
3494-6
3494-655
3494-7
3494-723
3494-72302
3494-725
3494-72501
3494-72502
3494-785
3494-798
3494-8
3494-815
3494-841
3494-84104
3494-9
3494-SM
3494-M
3494-S

Wire springs..........................................................................................................
Primary products........ ...................................................................................
Precision mechanical springs .....................................................................
Compression type, shipments to O.E.M .................................................
Automotive............ ...............................................................................
Other machinery...................................................................................
Consumer goo d s..................................................................................
O ther..................................... a..............................................................
Compression type, other shipments.......................................................
Extension type.........................................................................................
Torsion typ e .............................................................................................
Other wire springs.......................................................................................
Other upholstery and furniture springs ...................................................
Other wire springs ...................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary Products....................................................................................

3497

3495-P
3495-2
3495-212
3495-21211
3495-21215
3495-21217
3495-21219
3495-214
3495-215
3495-217
3495-3
3495-319
3495-398
3495-SM
3495-S

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
3496-8
3496-849
3496-861
3496-871
3496-873
3496-875
3496-898
3496-SM
3496-M
3496-Z89
3496-S

3497-P

See footnotes at end of table.




cr

Nov.
19892

o

Product
code

C Tl
D
C (D
D

Industry and product1

Industry
code

92

122.6
121.2

110.8

162.0
113.3
103.8
119.1
133.1
111.6

122.5
120.9
101.1
112.2

120.0

111.8
122.8

120.9
102.3
112.4
117.9

2.6
8.2

9.4
11.9
10.2
6.1

1.2

.9

1.2

.5
.5

12.6

2.2

3.9

-4.8

2.1
0
0

0
0

11.0

(3)
(3
)
3.0

2.9
5.0

2.9

(3)

117.9
120.6

(3)
141.0
119.7
107.0

(3)
141.0
119.1
107.0

111.1

119.2
119.2
121.9
123.0
116.2

0

2.6

0

6.5
5.9

4.4
0
0

- 1.6

0
.6

2.2

1.3
.1
- .6
1.6

(3)
2.9
3.3
3.1
1.7
.6
1.1
1.1

0

112.1

0
.2
0
-.2
2.8
0

3.2
3.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.3
(3)
(3)
3.4
1.9
(3)

120.6

(3)

4.4
3.6
3.6
5.9
3.6
5.1

167.0
114.3
104.3
119.1
132.9
111.8

0
0

5.2

110.8

123.3
120.9
104.7

0

-.9
- 1.0

.4

3.3
(3)
(3)
(3)

0
0
0
-.1
0
0

(3
)
-.2
0
0
0
0

(3)
0

.5
1.2
0
0
0
0

.4
0

2.3
-.3
0
0

(3)
0

.8

-.5

111.1

(3
)
3.3

0
0

119.9
119.9
127.4

120.3
120.3
127.7

(3)
(3)
9.8

.3
.3

122.3
116.9

121.7
115.7

1.1
1.0

-.5
- 1.0

.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Industry
code

Industry and product1

Product
code

Index
Nov.
19892

Metal foil and leaf—Continued
Laminated aluminum foil rolls and sheets for flexible packaging uses ....
Polyethylene coated or laminated, foil and paper combination ... ........
Other foil and paper combinations............................................... ........
Non-food products .................................................................... ........
Converted unmounted aluminum foil for nonpackaging applications
Unmounted or coated (plain or printed)....................................... ........
Other metal foil and le a f.................................................................. ........
Other metal foil and leaf including composition ( combination of two
or more metals) ................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts............................... ........
Fabricated pipe and fabricated pipe fittings..............................................
Primary products..................................................................................
Iron and steel pipe, tube, and fittings..............................................
Iron and steel pipe and pipe fittings (including custom work for
contractors) ............................................................................
Petrochemical, papermill, and water sewage treatment..........
Other iron and steel pipe and fittings.......................................
Iron and steel tubing and fittings..................................................
Welded tubing............................................................................
Nonferrous pipe, tube, and fittings...................................................
Aluminum and aluminum base alloy pipe, tube, and fittings........
Copper and copper base alloy pipe, tube, and fittings ...............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...............................
Secondary products.........................................................................

3497-2
3497-215
3497-216
3497-21614
3497-3
3497-352
3497-4

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

109.2
113.3
108.2
114.4
120.9
114.2

109.2
(3)
108.3
114.1
114.1
124.4
117.5

3497-411
3497-SM

12/84

114.2

06/81
06/81
06/81

130.0
125.7

3498
3498-P
3498-1

........

3498-101
3498-10111
3498-10114
3498-102
3498-10203
3498-5
3498-501
3498-502
3498-SM
3498-S

........
........
........
.........
........
........
........

Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.................................................................
Primary products..................................................................................
Safes and vaults............................................................................... ........
Safes and chests.......................................................................... ........
All other bank and security vaults and equipment....................... ........
Metal strapping.................................................................................
Metal strapping ..............................................................................
All other fabricated metal products .................................................
Metal ladders................................................................................. ........
All other metal ladders.............................................................. ........
Permanent magnets, except ceramic ...........................................
Metal spools and reels ................................................................. ........
Other fabricated metal products................................................... ........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts.....................................................................
Secondary products.......................................................................... .........

3499

Machinery, except electrical...................................................................... .........

35

Engines and Turbines................................................................................. .........

351

Turbines and turbine generator s e ts .........................................................
Primary products..................................................................................
Steam, gas, and hydraulic turbine generator set units and parts .............
Mechanical drive steam, gas, and hydraulic turbines, nonlocomotive
steam engines and parts .....................................................................
Steam turbines, steam engines and parts ...................................
Steam turbines .......................................................................... ........
Gas turbines, except aircraft, and parts and accessories........... .........
Parts and accessories for gas turbines, except aircraft............
Secondary products.......................................................................... .........

3511

.

Internal combustion engines, n.e.c.............................................................
Primary products..................................................................................
Gasoline engines, under 11 h.p. (except auto)...............................
Gasoline engines, 11 h.p. and over (except auto) .........................
Gasoline engines, 11 - 60.9 h.p. (except a u to )........................... .........
Gasoline engines, 11 - 20.9 h .p ................................................ ........
Gasoline engines, 61 h.p. and over (except auto)....................... .........
Gasoline engines, 61 - 150.9 h .p .............................................. ........
Diesel, semidiesel, and dual fuel engines (except automotive)...... ........
Diesel, semidiesel and dual fuel, under 151 h .p ......................... ........
Diesel, semidiesel and dual fuel, 151 h.p. and o ver.................... ........
Diesel, semidiesel and dual fuel, 151 - 200.9 h .p .................... ........
Diesel, semidiesel and dual fuel, 201 - 250.9 h .p .................... ........
Diesel, semidiesel and dual fuel, 251 - 300.9 h .p .................... ........
Diesel, semidiesel and dual fuel, 301 - 350.9 h .p ....................
Diesel, semidiesel and dual fuel, 1501 h.p. and o v e r..............
Diesel, semidiesel, and dual fuel engines (automotive)..................
Outboard engines.............................................................................
Parts and accessories.....................................................................
Cylinder liners (sleeves)................................................................
Cylinder heads ..............................................................................

..
..
.
.

3499-P
3499-1
3499-101
3499-198
3499-3
3499-357
3499-4
3499-401
3499-40147
3499-455
3499-475
3499-498
3499-SM
3499-M
3499-S

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

Feb. 1990

107.2

1.3

110.2

1.8

106.8
114.1
113.8
123.7
119.2

-.5
1.7
1.6

-.3

3.4
-2.9

-.6

117.5

119.2

-2.9

1.4

129.6
125.3
120.7

125.5
123.3
120.2

-6.3
-4.6
-4.1

-3.2
- 1.6
-.4

115.2
98.4
120.4
127.6
123.6
147.0
122.7
137.6

-4.5
-5.1
-3.9
-3.6
-6.4
-7.8
- 8.0
-19.6

.1
.1
.1
- 1.1
- 1.8
- 8.1

157.2

115.1
98.3
120.3
129.0
125.9
159.9
(3)
157.4

(3)
- 12.6

04/82

111.3

111.3

111.3

1.1

0

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

115.9
113.9
116.8
127.2
104.1
(3)
(3)
113.9
(3)
(3)
108.0

117.3
115.6
118.8
(3)
104.2
(3)
(3)
115.5
(3)
(3)

117.3
115.2
118.7
(3)
104.1
(3)
(3)
115.5
130.7
127.2
107.9

3.1
3.5
5.8
(3)
3.8
(3)
(3)
3.7

121.2

-.8

06/81
1 2 /8 6

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
08/81

112.6

121.8

115.7
99.6
120.3
130.9
130.0
155.0
122.2

2.8

- 1.8
(3)
-1.4
0

1.4

0

-.3
-.1

(3)
-.1

(3)
(3)
0

3511-2
3511-21
3511-211
3511-23
3511-235
3511-S
3519
3519-P
3519-1
3519-2
3519-2A
3519-212
3519-2B
3519-222
3519-3
3519-3A
3519-3B
3519-319
3519-321
3519-323
3519-325
3519-333
3519-4
3519-5
3519-9
3519-904
3519-905

93

113.1

115.1

115.1

6.4
4.2

0
0

06/85
06/85

136.2
117.1

136.2
116.8

140.4
117.4

4.3

3.1
.5

112.1

113.2

113.3

3.3

.1

12/84

3511-P
3511-1

.6

121.2

110.6
121.2

(3)
(3)
-2.4

12/84

See footnotes at end of table.




Feb.
19902

112.4

114.2

114.8

6.7

.5

06/82
06/82
06/82

127.6
129.2
130.6

130.9
133.3
134.4

132.9
134.2
134.4

11.6

1.5
.7

06/82
06/82
06/82

134.9
139.8
129.2

139.3
146.9
135.1

140.5
147.0
135.2

10.1

.9

12.4
21.4

.1
.1

06/82
06/82

146.3
131.7

148.0
132.2

150.7
(3)

7.6
(3)

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

112.5
113.1

113.6
114.2

113.7
114.1

4.4
4.2

110.0

110.1
121.2

110.1
121.2

114.8
100.5
127.3
87.4
106.9
99.9
108.0
116.1
95.1
105.4
118.3
129.2
113.6
136.1
114.7
100.4
107.6

114.8
100.5
127.3
87.4
107.4
103.7
108.1
116.1
95.3
105.4
118.2
129.2
113.6
132.5
114.7

2.8
2.1
1.1

1 2 /8 8

02/83
1 2 /8 8

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
1 2 /8 8

12/82
12/82
12/82
02/83
12/82
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

120.9
114.8
100.5
126.5
88.3
106.5
103.1
107.2
116.1
96.1
103.8
117.2
129.0
110.2

129.3
114.8
101.8

104.2

2.3

13.0
23.5

.5
3.2
2.3
2.7
2.0

2.7
(3)
.7
3.1
4.3
2.1

4.7
(3)
4.2

100.6

.6

107.6

7.8

0

1.8

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

.5
3.8
.1
0
.2
0
-.1
0
0
- 2.6
0
.2
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Mar. 1990 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
base
Nov.
19892

Internal combustion engines, n.e.c.—Continued
Crankshafts, engine.................................................................................
Fuel injection systems, engine................................................................
Other parts and accessories...................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales ....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

3519-908
3519-916
3519-998
3519-SM
3519-M
3519-Z89
3519-S
3519-SSS

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

1 2 /8 8

12/82
1 2 /8 8

C Tl
D
C (D
D
o cr

Industry and product1

Industry
code

Mar.
19902

Mar. 1989

102.4
124.1
105.2

105.8
119.9
105.4

105.8
118.7
105.2

4.3
3.1
4.9

103.2
98.5

105.7
100.9

105.7
100.9

110.1

110.2

111.6

125.2

125.3

127.2

8.4
8.4
3.1
3.6

Feb. 1990

0

- 1.0
-.2
0
0

1.3
1.5

Farm and garden machinery and equipment......................................................

352

12/84

109.3

110.1

110.3

3.7

.2

Farm machinery and equipment..........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Commercial turf and grounds mowing equipment, including parts and
attachments .........................................................................................
Gang rotary cutting units, reel and rotary ..............................................
Parts and attachments for commercial turf and grounds mowing
equipment.........................................................................................
Commercial turf and grounds care equipment, except mowing, including
parts and attachments.........................................................................
Wheel tractors and atta