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Producer Price Indexes
Data fo r D ecem ber 1 9 9 0
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U .S .

D E P A R T M E N T

O F

L A B O R

Lynn Martin, Secretary
BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
Janet L. Norwood, Commissioner
OFFICE O PRICES AND LIVING CONDITIONS
F
K
enneth V. Dalton, Associate Commissioner
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February 1991




Producer Price Indexes
Data for December 1 9 9 0
C ontents
Page
Page

Price movements, December 1990 ..........................
Improvements in ppi sample ....................................
Price highlights, 1990 ..............................................
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..........
3. Producer price indexes for selected
stage-of-processing groupings,
seasonally adjusted.................................
4. Producer price indexes for the net
output of major industry groups............

12

13

16

17

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

192

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

1
4
5

193

9. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for selected telephone
services....................................................

194

10. Producer price indexes for material
inputs to construction industries............

195

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

196

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

197

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

18

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

198

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

146

Technical notes................................................

199







S c h e d u le d R e le a s e D a te s

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

Release date

Index month

Release date

January

February 15

April

May 10

February

March 15

May

June 15

March

April 11

June

July 12

Price Movements
December 1 9 9 0

The Producer Price Index for Finished Goods moved down
0.6 percent seasonally adjusted from November to December.
The December drop contrasted with a rise of 0.5 percent in
November and advances of more than 1 percent in each of
the 3 months before that. Prices received by domestic pro­
ducers of intermediate goods fell 0.9 percent after edging up
0.1 percent in the preceding month and climbing sharply from
August through October. Crude material prices decreased
5.4 percent, the second consecutive substantial decline after
surging in August, September, and October. (See table A.)
Indexes for energy products were sharply lower at each
of the three major stages of processing in December. Food
prices turned down considerably at the finished level and
showed little change at other stages of processing. Outside
the food and energy sectors, prices for finished goods con­
tinued to increase moderately, intermediate goods prices edged
down slightly, and basic industrial material prices dropped
substantially for the third consecutive month.
Before seasonal adjustment, the Producer Price Index for
Finished Goods moved down 0.8 percent in December to
close the year at 121.9 (1982 = 100).
From December 1989 to December 1990, the Finished
Goods Price Index rose 5.6 percent, following an advance
of 4.9 percent in 1989. Prices for finished energy goods surged
29.8 percent during the year after recording a 9.5-percent climb

in 1989. Consumer food price increases slowed, however,
from 5.2 percent in 1989 to 2.5 percent a year later. Prices
for finished goods other than foods and energy also
moderated to an increase of 3.5 percent in 1990 following
one of 4.2 percent in 1989. The Intermediate Goods Price
Index rose 4.3 percent in calendar 1990 after moving up 2.3
percent in the previous year. Crude material prices increased
6.0 percent in 1990 in the wake of a 7.1-percent advance
1 year before.
F in is h e d

g o o d s

The finished energy goods index moved down 4.8 percent
seasonally adjusted from November to December after inch­
ing up 0.1 percent in November and climbing 34.1 per­
cent during the 3'month period before that. Gasoline and
home heating oil prices both fell more than in November;
however, the natural gas index advanced substantially for
the second consecutive month. From December 1989 to
December 1990, the gasoline index rose 45.2 percent and
home heating oil prices advanced 28.1 percent, while the
natural gas index showed a net increase of 3.7 percent.
After moving up nearly 1 percent in each of the 2 preceding
months, the consumer foods index dropped 0.9 percent in
December. The downturn was led by lower prices for fresh

T a b le A . M o n th ly a n d an n u al p e rc e n t c h a n g e s in s e le c te d s ta g e -o f-p ro c e s s in g p ric e in d e x e s , s e a s o n a lly a d ju s te d 1
Finished goods
Month
Total

Foods

Energy

Except foods
and energy

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

Intermediate
goods

Crude
goods

1989:
December................................................................

0.6

0.7

1.4

0.4

4.9

0

1.5

1990:
January....................................................................
February..................................................................
March.......................................................................
April..........................................................................
M a y ................................. .........................................
J u n e.........................................................................
July...........................................................................
August .....................................................................
September ..............................................................
October ................................................... ................
November................................................................
December................................................................

1.9
0
-.2
-.2
.1
.2
.1
1.1
1.6
1.1
.5
-.6

2.3
.7
-.5
-.9
.3
-.4
.3
.6
-.8
.9
.8
-.9

13.7
-4.5
-2.7
-.7
-1.5
-1.6
0
8.7
14.1
8.0
.1
-4.8

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

5.9
5.1
4.5
3.7
3.1
3.1
3.6
5.2
5.9
6.4
7.0
5.6

1.2
-.8
.1
.1
.1
-.3
0
1.3
1.8
1.5
.1
-.9

2.2
.3
-1.3
-2.6
-.1
-2.6
.6
9.2
4.5
8.7
-6.2
-5.4

1 Data for August 1990 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

T a b le B. M o n th ly a n d a n n u a l p e rc e n t c h a n g e s in s e le c te d p ric e in d e x e s fo r in te rm e d ia te g o o d s a n d c ru d e g o o d s , s e a s o n a lly
a d ju s te d 1
Intermediate goods

Month
Foods

Energy

Except
foods
and energy

Crude 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.)

1989:
December.................................................................

-0.3

1.4

-0.2

2.3

2.2

2.1

-1.7

7.1

1990:
January.....................................................................
February...................................................................
M arch........................................................................
April...........................................................................
M a y ...........................................................................
J u n e ..........................................................................
July............................................................................
August ......................................................................
September ...............................................................
October ....................................................................
November.................................................................
December................................................................

.2
-.9
.4
1.1
1.2
-1.1
.4
0
-1.5
.4
-1.5
.2

9.3
-5.1
-1.4
-.6
-.8
-.6
-1.8
9.0
10.8
8.4
-.1
-5.5

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

2.5
1.4
.8
.4
.4
.4
.5
2.1
3.5
4.9
5.2
4.3

.7
.6
.9
-.6
-2.4
.4
.6
-1.1
-1.5
1.1
-1.7
-.1

4.8
.4
-4.8
-7.0
1.9
-6.8
.4
25.1
12.3
18.7
-10.3
-10.7

-.2
-.8
1.9
2.5
1.1
-.5
.7
1.9
-.4
-1.7
-2.3
-1.8

5.0
5.5
2.3
-1.3
-1.3
-2.8
-2.4
9.0
12.5
22.0
13.8
6.0

1
Data for August 1990 have been revised to reflect the availability of
late reports and corrections by respondents. For this reason, some of the

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

and dried vegetables, pork, and roasted coffee following
November increases. In addition, prices for fish, confec­
tionery end products, beef and veal, and fresh fruits rose less
than in the preceding month, and processed turkey prices
fell much more than in November. Prices for dairy products
declined for the fourth consecutive month. In contrast, prices
turned up after decreasing in November for eggs, processed
chickens, and pasta, and the processed fruits and vegetables
index fell considerably less than in the month before.
During 1990 as a whole, the sharpest advances among con­
sumer foods were registered for fish (15.9 percent), pork
(12.8 percent), and beef and veal (9.5 percent). In contrast,
egg prices were off nearly 12 percent over the year, and in­
dexes for fresh and dried vegetables and for processed
turkeys were both down 9.0 percent.
The Producer Price Index for consumer goods other than
foods and energy edged up 0.2 percent over the month, after
a rise of 0.6 percent a month earlier. The tobacco products
index, which jumped 3.7 percent in November, slowed to
0.4 percent in December. The passenger car index was un­
changed before seasonal adjustment in December following
a small rise in the previous month; after seasonal adjustment,
the increase slowed from 1.8 percent in November to 0.9
percent. After rising in November, prices for books, tires
and tubes, and home electronic equipment turned down, and
mobile homes and textile housefurnishings showed no
change. The women’s apparel index decreased considerably
more than in the preceding month. In contrast, price increases
accelerated in December for prescription drugs, cosmetics,
and light trucks, and household appliances and lawn and
garden equipment turned up after declining in November.
Household glassware prices edged down marginally follow­
ing a much larger decrease in the previous month.

During the last 12 months, the index for consumer goods
other than foods and energy rose 3.6 percent. The tobacco
products index climbed 12.8 percent, the fourth consecutive
annual increase in excess of 10 percent. Among the few other
large increases were those for newspapers, prescription
drugs, and books, up 9.0, 8.3, and 6.4 percent, respectively.
Substantial declines were rare in 1990, led by the drop of
7.7 percent for household glassware.
The capital equipment index moved up 0.4 percent in
December after a rise of 0.2 percent in the month before.
Higher prices were registered for cars and light trucks,
civilian aircraft, agricultural machinery, pumps and com­
pressors, construction machinery, and integrating and
measuring instruments. Prices declined, however, for heavy
trucks and aeronautical and nautical instruments. Prices for
most kinds of capital equipment rose moderately over the
year; one of the few exceptions was a rise of nearly 10 per­
cent for metal forming machine tools.




I n te rm e d ia te

g o o d s

After inching up 0.1 percent in November and advancing
about 1.5 percent per month in other recent months, the Pro­
ducer Price Index for Intermediate Materials, Supplies, and
Components dropped 0.9 percent, seasonally adjusted.
Energy prices dropped sharply after edging down in
November, and prices for nondurable manufacturing
materials turned down following sizable advances in each
of the 3 preceding months. Prices for durable manufactur­
ing materials declined as substantially as in the previous
month. Prices turned up, however, for foods and feeds
following November declines. (See table B.)
For the 12 months ending in December, the 4.3-percent
advance for intermediate materials was led by a 21.8-percent
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prices fell 8.6 percent, and softwood lumber and gypsum
products each decreased more than 5 percent.

jump in energy prices. Prices for nondurable manufactur­
ing materials, components for manufacturing, and construc­
tion materials also showed increases, while foods and feeds
prices declined during 1990.
The index for energy goods fell 5.5 percent in December,
following a 0.1-percent decline in the preceding month.
Prices turned down for residual fuel, liquefied petroleum gas,
and electric power after registering advances in November.
Prices dropped faster than in the previous month for jet fuels,
gasoline, and diesel fuel. For the 12 months ending in
December, most indexes for intermediate petroleum products
showed increases between 30 and 50 percent, while electric
power rose 3.8 percent for the year.
Prices for nondurable manufacturing materials turned
down 0.2 percent following increases of 1 percent or more
in each of the 3 preceding months. Petrochemical prices fell
after registering advances in September, October, and
November. Prices for paperboard, paint materials, fertilizer
materials, and leather also turned down following increases
in the previous month. Price advances slowed for synthetic
rubber, thermoplastic resins, and grey fabrics. In contrast,
prices turned up for finished fabrics after declining a month
earlier, and prices rose faster for synthetic fibers. Woodpulp prices fell less than in November or October. The
12-month increase of 3.8 percent for nondurable manufac­
turing materials was led by advances of about 20 percent for
both nitrogenates and paint materials; leading decreases in­
cluded woodpulp and paperboard (down 9.3 and 4.4 percent,
respectively).
Durable manufacturing material prices dropped 1.2 per­
cent, about the same as in November. Decreases were noted
for aluminum mill shapes, copper and brass mill shapes,
primary lead and copper, and aluminum extrusion billets.
The index for durable manufacturing materials edged down
0.1 percent during 1990 as prices for most items declined
moderately. One of the biggest drops was registered for
precious metals (19.6 percent), while increases included
prepared paint, primary aluminum and copper, and cement.
Prices for foods and feeds turned up 0.2 percent following
a 1.5-percent drop in November. Advances were registered
for prepared animal feeds, crude vegetable oils, condensed
and evaporated milk products, flour, and confectionery
materials following declines in the preceding month. Price
declines slowed for cheese. In contrast, pork prices turned
down after a November advance, beef and veal increases
slowed, and fluid milk products fell faster than in the previous
month. The 1990 decrease of 1.2 percent for foods and feeds
was led by prepared animal feeds, dairy products, and flour,
while prices for meats and crude vegetable oils advanced.
The index for construction materials inched up 0.1 per­
cent after moving down 0.1 percent in November. Higher
prices for plywood, softwood lumber, millwork, and wir­
ing devices outweighed decreases for nonferrous wire and
cable and metal job stampings. During the year 1990, con­
struction materials prices increased 1.5 percent. Although
prices for many items rose moderately over the year, plywood




Crude goods
The Producer Price Index for Crude Materials for Fur­
ther Processing fell 5.4 percent seasonally adjusted from
November to December in the wake of a 6.2-percent decline
in the prior month. Crude energy prices dropped more than
10 percent for the second consecutive month as crude
petroleum prices continued to fall. In contrast, the index for
crude foodstuffs and feedstuffs edged down after a more
substantial decline in the preceding month. Prices for basic in­
dustrial materials continued to drop substantially. (See table B.)
Rising for the fourth consecutive year, prices for materials
at the crude stage of processing climbed more slowly (6.0
percent) over the year than in 1989 (7.1 percent). Crude
foodstuff and feedstuff prices turned down 3.6 percent in
1990 after registering three successive annual increases. In
contrast, the energy goods index advanced nearly 20 per­
cent for the second consecutive year. The index for crude
nonfood materials less energy turned up 0.4 percent over
the last 12 months after moving down 3.6 percent in 1989.
In December, the index for crude energy materials drop­
ped 10.7 percent, topping November’s record decline for this
category. Crude petroleum prices fell considerably for the
second month after record and near-record increases only
a few months earlier. The crude petroleum index registered
a 32.9-percent over-the-year increase in the wake of a
35-percent jump in 1989. The natural gas index rose more
than in November.
Crude foodstuff and feedstuff prices inched down 0.1 per­
cent after a 1.7-percent decline in the preceding month. After
falling sharply the month before, soybean prices turned up
to register the fifth advance in the last 6 months. Corn prices
advanced after decreasing for 5 consecutive months. In ad­
dition, the index for live chickens moved up substantially,
and the fluid milk index fell less than in the prior month.
After increasing in the previous month, however, the indexes
for hay, fresh and dried vegetables, and wheat turned down.
In addition, increases in the indexes for cattle, unprocessed
fin fish, and fresh fruits slowed, and the hogs index fell much
more than in the preceding month. (The California freeze
occurred after the December pricing date for fresh fruits and
vegetables.) From December 1989 to December 1990, prices
for wheat, fluid milk, and hay were sharply lower, while
the unprocessed fin fish index soared.
Prices for crude materials other than food and energy
declined 1.8 percent after falling 2.3 percent in November.
The indexes for softwood logs, copper base scrap, and
aluminum base scrap also moved down less than in the prior
month. In addition, prices for wastepaper and raw cotton
turned up after November decreases. However, the indexes
for copper ores, cattle hides, leaf tobacco, and phosphates
receded after advancing in the month before. Prices for
uranium, radium, and vanadium ores fell dramatically after
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remaining unchanged in the 2 previous months. Prices also
declined faster than in November for iron and steel scrap
and for silver ores. During the last 12 months, raw cotton
prices climbed 12.4 percent, but indexes for silver ores,
wastepaper, and cattle hides each fell more than 10 percent.

rise in all of 1989. The petroleiim refining industry group in­
dex jumped nearly 40 percent from December 1989 to
December 1990, following a rise of about 14 percent a year
earlier. Most other manufacturing industry indexes showed
moderate annual increases; however, the primary metal in­
dustries and lumber and wood products industry groups each
declined slightly less than 1.0 percent.

Net output price indexes for mining, manufacturing,
and service industries

Mining. The index for total mining industries fell 5.0 percent
Manufacturing. The Producer Price Index for the net output

in December following a 4.4-percent decline in November.
In recent months, changes in this index closely mirrored price
movements for the petroleum refining industry index. Prices
fell sharply in December for both the metal mining (7.4 per­
cent) and the oil and gas extraction (6.5 percent) industry
groups. For all of 1990, the total mining industries index ad­
vanced about 13 percent, compared to about 10 percent in
1989.

of the domestic manufacturing sector turned down 0.8 per­
cent in December after inching up in November. (Net output
price indexes are not seasonally adjusted.) The December
reversal was dominated by the petroleum refining industry
group, which fell 8.9 percent; this index inched down 0.1 per­
cent in the previous month following 3 months of double-digit
advances. Other declines in December included the primary
metal industries industry group index, which fell 0.9 percent
after a drop of 1.1 percent in November, and the food and
kindred products group industry index, which fell 0.3 per­
cent for the second consecutive month. In contrast, the tobacco
products industry group index rose 2.5 percent, about the same
as a month earlier. Industry group indexes also increased in
December for chemicals and allied products and rubber and
miscellaneous plastic products.
For the calendar year ended in December 1990, the Pro­
ducer Price Index for the net output of the domestic manufac­
turing sector advanced 5.6 percent, compared to a 4.3-percent

Services. Among service industries, declines were noted for

the industry group indexes for domestic and foreign deep sea
transportation of freight, air courier services, travel agencies,
and scrap and waste materials. Each of these industries showed
annual increases of about 10 percent or more, except for the
scrap and waste materials industry, which rose only slightly.
In contrast, increases were registered in December for the
scheduled air transportation and for the radio and broadcasting
industry group indexes; these indexes were 23.7 and 6.4 per­
cent higher than a year earlier.

I m p r o v e m e n t s in t h e P P I S a m p l e
Energy. Among energy-producing industries, indexes for the

Two major improvements in the ppi sample will be im­
plemented on February 15, 1991, when the Bureau of Labor
Statistics releases Producer Price Index data for January 1991.

residential sector for electricity and natural gas utilities will
be introduced. Indexes for residential gas and electricity will
become part of the Finished Goods Price Index. The in­
termediate energy goods category will also be expanded to
include indexes for commercial gas, industrial gas, and
natural gas to electric utilities. The present series for com­
mercial and industrial power will continue to be published,
including regional data. The present index for natural gas
for pipe lines (commodity code 05-31) will be allocated en­
tirely to the crude energy goods category. Industry codes
1311 (Crude petroleum and natural gas) and 1321 (Natural
gas liquids) will continue to appear in table 5. Data for the
electric and natural gas utilities industry will also appear in
table 5 as industry code 4981.
For further information on the electronic computer industry
group, contact James Sinclair at (202) 272-5052; for
information on the improvements for gas and electric
utilities, contact Maria Caswell or Bryan Moser at (202)
272-5127.

Computers. Monthly indexes for electronic computers will
be introduced for the first time into the Producer Price In­
dex. BLS has been publishing experimental price indexes for
computers on a quarterly basis for the past 2 years; based
on experience gained during this period, the Bureau is now
prepared to integrate indexes for computers into the ppi
system. These data will appear as industry code 3571 in table
5 of this periodical and as commodity code 11-51 in table
6. These series will be allocated between the consumer goods
and the capital equipment portions of the Finished Goods
Price Index. Table 13, showing experimental price indexes
for computers, will be discontinued. For more information
on these experimental indexes, see “ New price index
for the computer industry” by James Sinclair and Brian
Catron, in the October 1990 issue of the Monthly Labor
Review.




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Price Highlights,

1 9 9 0

Craig Howell, William Thomas, Roger Burns, and Preston Castille
While prices for some materials derived from petroleum did
rise substantially, there was little evidence by the end of the
year that these cost pressures were being translated directly
into higher prices for finished products. Several factors may
have contributed to this departure from the previous pattern.
Perhaps the most important was the sluggish state of the
general economy that was developing even before the Kuwait
crisis and which became much more evident afterwards, leav­
ing producers unwilling or unable to raise prices. Other fac­
tors included lags in raising prices to reflect increased costs,
the possibility that the energy price surge might be quickly
reversed, and a relatively restrictive monetary policy that
the Federal Reserve Board eased only gradually.
The expansion since the last recession that ended in
November 1982 began to falter in the late 1980’s as severe
problems disrupted certain economic sectors and
geographical regions. Many of these problems intensified or
spread during 1990. For example, the residential construc­
tion market had already been in decline since peaking in the
mid-1980’s, partially from the impact of high mortgage in­
terest rates, unusually steep price advances for housing in
many areas for a decade or more, and the worsening finan­
cial crisis affecting the savings and loan industry. In 1990,
the problems confronting financial institutions became both
more serious and more widely known as estimates of the level
of the Federal assistance needed to rescue depositors kept
growing. Housing prices actually fell in some areas, caus­
ing many homeowners to rein in their spending and borrow­
ing habits. Weakness in the residential construction sector,
in turn, adversely affected markets for both building materials
and consumer goods such as furniture and appliances.
Other industries facing special problems in 1990 included
those in the defense sector, as the apparent end of the Cold
War clouded the outlook for development and procurement
of weapon systems. The domestic automotive industry suf­
fered another year of relatively weak sales. Some materialsproducing industries faced falling demand shortly after a
period of expanding productive capacity both in this coun­
try and abroad.
One problem that usually has developed as the economy
weakens which did not surface during 1990 was a bulge in
inventories of final products and/or production materials. The
adoption of new computer-assisted methods of inventory
management, combined with a willingness of producers to
trim prices selectively as needed to keep sales moving,
assisted in preventing an unwanted inventory buildup. Many

A sudden and steep jump in energy prices during the late
summer and autumn partially eclipsed a trend towards weaker
prices at the producer level for many other kinds of goods
in 1990.
From December 1989 to December 1990, the Producer
Price Index for Finished Goods moved up 5.6 percent, com­
pared with an advance of 4.9 percent in 1989. The 1990 in­
crease was the largest since 1981 when it was 7.1 percent.
At the intermediate stage of processing, prices received by
domestic producers rose 4.3 percent, nearly twice as much
as a year earlier. Crude material price increases slowed
somewhat, however, from 7.1 percent in 1989 to 6.0 percent.
For the year as a whole, the finished energy goods index
advanced 29.8 percent following a rise of 9.5 percent in
1989. Similarly, the intermediate energy goods was up 21.8
percent in 1990, vs. 10.6 percent a year earlier. The index
for crude energy goods rose 18.6 percent in 1990, not much
more than in 1989 when it rose 17.9 percent.
The runup in energy prices contrasted with the generally
lower levels of inflation in other sectors. The index of finished
goods other than energy slowed to a rise of 3.2 percent in
1990, following a 4.5-percent increase the year before. At
the intermediate level, prices for nonenergy goods moved up
less than 2 percent for the second consecutive year. Crude
material prices outside the energy sector, up 0.9 percent in
1989, fell 2.4 percent a year later.
The index for finished energy goods was quite volatile dur­
ing 1990. The year opened with a 13.7-percent jump in
January for this index, the result of a sharp increase in home
heating oil and gasoline prices associated with a severe cold
snap in much of the country at the end of 1989. The energy
index fell back for the rest of the first half of the year, reflect­
ing more than ample oil supplies. The index then surged 34.1
percent in the 3-month period ended in October in the aftermath of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in early August. After
stabilizing in November, prices for energy goods closed with
a December drop of nearly 5 percent as Saudi Arabia and
other nations produced enough oil to offset the loss of Iraqi
and Kuwaiti exports.
One of the major features distinguishing price behavior
in 1990 from episodes of rapid increases in energy prices
in the 1970’s was the apparently limited passthrough of
energy-related price increases in the rest of the economy.
The authors are economists in the Office of Prices and Living Condi­
tions, Bureau of Labor Statistics .




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producers were also quicker than usual to lay off employees
before output levels became excessive. At the same time,
the absence of an inventory excess eased pressure on pro­
ducers to institute wide-ranging and deep price cuts.
As had been the case throughout the 1980’s events affect­
ing import and exports of markets had a major effect on pro­
ducer price movements in 1990. The continued depreciation
of the U.S. dollar in international currency markets provid­
ed a significant impetus to export many American-made
goods, partially offsetting poor demand from domestic
buyers. The lower value of the American dollar also raised
prices of imports, providing some relief to domestic pro­
ducers which allowed them either to raise their own prices
or to capture a greater market share. The extent of foreign
competition nevertheless remained strong enough to en­
courage domestic producers to continue emphasizing costcutting steps, thereby alleviating inflationary pressures.

technologies to become less dependent on imported oil. This
trend was interrupted by the slump in crude oil prices since
the mid-1980’s due to persistent overproduction; illustrating
this effect, the United States imported about 46 percent of
its petroleum supplies in 1990, well above the post-1973 low
of 27 percent in 1985. But the momentum from earlier pro­
gress towards increased energy efficiency, coupled with cur­
tailed demand for oil in 1990, because of weakening
economies in this and some other countries, limited the poten­
tial adverse impact of the loss of Iraqi and Kuwaiti oil
supplies.
The primary effect from the boost in oil prices may have
been to depress consumer demand and business confidence
at a time of considerable uneasiness which predated the crises.
The sudden jump in petroleum prices drained purchasing
power from the domestic and world economy without an im­
mediate recirculation.

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Crude energy materials. The index for crude petroleum climbed
32.9 percent in 1990, a little less than its 35.0-perceent surge
in 1989 when increased restraints on oil production, imposed
by O
PEC in late 1988, boosted world prices early in 1989.
Crude petroleum prices rose 7.5 percent in January 1990 but
then declined 28.0 percent in the 6 months ended in July. This
index then surged more than 150 percent during the next 3
months (without compounding) before decreasing by almost
one-third in November and December of 1990. Domestic pro­
duction of crude oil was about 5 percent lower in 1990 than
in 1989; however, profits were up significantly.
The natural gas index moved up 3.7 percent, about as much
as in the previous year, but coal prices barely inched up. Warm
winter weather early in the year and ample domestic supplies
kept natural gas prices from rising more robustly, despite the
2-year surge in prtroleum prices. Coal prices were maintained
by increased demand, particularly from abroad and from steam
electric utilities. Electric utilities consumer about 85 percent
of all coal produced in this country. Exports, especially to
utilities in Canada, also increased. In 1990, total domestic coal
production reached more than 1 billion short tons for the first
time in any calendar year.

Energy indexes surged at all three stages of processing in
1990 in the aftermath of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in
August. The burst was concentrated in prices of petroleum
and petroleum products; other energy indexes such as natural
gas, electricity, and coal failed to follow suit.
Refined petroleum prices rose sharply at the beginning of
the year as demand for heating oil surged after much of the
country experienced record cold weather in late 1989. Home
heating oil supplies were already relatively low when the cold
snap set in. The immediate need for increased refining of
home heating oil lowered supplies of other refined petroleum
products. The coldest December in 60 years was followed
by the warmest January in 57 years. Energy prices retreated
for the rest of the first half of the year, as supplies were more
than ample to meet demand.
Indexes for energy goods then surged dramatically in the
aftermath of the invasion of Kuwait. This marked the third
time in the past 20 years that the world has experienced an
interruption in the flow of oil from the Persian Gulf. The
shutdown of Kuwaiti oil production capacity, followed by
the United Nations boycott of Iraqi oil, removed 8 percent
of world oil supply. At the time of the invasion, the United
States imported about 5 percent of its petroleum supplies from
Iraq and Kuwait.
Despite the turmoil in the Middle East, production rates
from the members of the Organization of Petroleum Expor­
ting Countries (O
PEC) were about the same at the end of the
year as they had been before the crisis. Some producers, par­
ticularly Saudi Arabia, boosted output significantly to make
up for curtailed Iraqi and Kuwaiti production.
The Middle East crisis was not as economically
devastating as might have been expected on the basis of
previous experience with such situations. After the oil price
surges of the 1970’s, there was a pronounced trend among
industrialized nations, for both political and economic
reasons, towards developing more energy-efficient




Intermediate energy goods. The increase for the intermediate

energy goods index more than doubled in 1990 (21.8 percent)
compared to 1989 (10.6 percent). Advances in 1990 for li­
quefied petroleum gas (76.5 percent), jet (49.5 percent),
gasoline (45.2 percent), and residual fuel (42.0 percent) out­
paced that of crude petroleum (32.9 percent), while the price
increase for diesel fuel virtually matched crude petroleum’s
gain. Global jet fuel prices increased more than those for crude
oil because of the loss of Kuwait’s refinery capacity (a major
source of jet fuel) and increased military demand.
In contrast, the increase for electric power remained modest
(3.8 percent vs. 3.2 in 1989). Less than 5 percent of total
electrical output is generated from oil; most is generated from
coal, nuclear, water, or natural gas sources, which have been
much less volatile in price than oil.
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in Ocober 1990, indexes for hogs and pork were both up
considerably—14.6 and 21.2 percent, respectively. Farmers
then counterseasonally sold a substantial number of hogs on
the market in November and December. Although this over­
supply drove prices down significantly in each of these 2
months, the effects were not transferred to the pork index by
yearend.
A modest decrease in cattle production helped drive cattle
prices up 6.5 percent in 1990. Favorable feed prices helped
keep this increase smaller than in 1989. The index for beef
and veal rose 9.5 percent, despite lower per capita consump­
tion. Most of the increases in the cattle and beef indexes oc­
curred in the second half of the year.
The index for unprocessed and packaged fish rose nearly
16 percent in 1990 in the wake of a 9.0-percent decline a year
earlier. This index rose rather steadily throughout 1990. The
upturn was led by a 70-percent surge in the index for un­
processed fin fish, reflecting considerably smaller catches than
in 1989.
After soaring more than 40 percent in both 1988 and 1989,
the eggs index fell 11.9 percent. Prices were down in each
of the first 3 quarters of 1990 before turning up in the final
quarter. Both table egg and hatching egg production increased
over the year. The supply of eggs in cartons was momen­
tarily constricted in the fall by restrictions placed on some
large Midwest flocks because of eggs infected with salmonella.
Sugar and confectionery. After a supply deficit and a
4.9-percent price increase in 1989, the raw cane sugar index
edged down 0.3 percent as supplies greatly increased. Similar­
ly, the index for refined sugar slowed from an increase of
more than 7 percent in 1989 to just 0.7 percent in 1990. Price
increases for confectionery materials and soft drinks also
moderated. However, the failure of the peanut and pecan crops
in Georgia contributed to a 5.0-percent advance in confec­
tionery end products, which moved up only 1.3 percent in 1989.

Finished energy goods. After advancing 9.5 percent in 1989,

the index for finished energy goods jumped 29.8 percent in
1990, mostly reflecting the passthrough of sharply higher
crude oil prices. Prices for gasoline jumped by almost onehalf in 1990, while prices for home heating oil increased 28.1
percent on the heels of a 33.9-percent surge a year before.
As previously noted, the natural gas index showed a net in­
crease of 3.7 percent.
Unlike prices for home heating oil and other refined
petroleum products, gasoline prices fell back only partially
after rising sharply in January 1990. As a result, mid-summer
margins were higher than they had been at the beginning of
the year. The gasoline index then surged from August to Oc­
tober, though not as much as indexes of other kinds of
petroleum products, before turning down again in November
and December. Because consumers react so sensitively to sud­
den increases in gasoline prices, refiners may have refrained
from fully passing through either the sharp increases or the
later decreases in crude oil costs. As it was, gasoline demand
fell slightly in 1990 in reaction to higher prices and a slump­
ing economy.
Foods
From December 1989 to December 1990, the Producer
Price Index for foods and related products decelerated at all
stages of processing. Prices for finished consumer foods climed
2.5 percent after a 5.2-percent gain in 1989. The indexes
for imtermediate foods and feeds dropped 1.2 percent after
remaining unchanged in the previous year. The crude
foodstuffs and feedstuffs index turned down 3.6 percent,
following a 2.8-percent increase.
Milk and dairy products. Much of the downturn in the crude

foodstuffs index was due to the drop of nearly 25 percent for
fluid milk, which advanced about 20 percent in 1989. Milk
production levels during the spring were so high that what
could not be sold quickly as fresh milk was used to make
storable dairy products such as cheese and butter. This led
to substantial price declines for these items. Dairy products
fell 7.6 percent compared to a 14.3-percent advance the year
before. Commercial stocks of nonfat dry milk rose to more
than twice their 1989 level by September, and 1990 prices
for condensed and evaporated milk and for natural and pro­
cessed cheese turned down markedly following steep increases
in the previous year (32.1 percent and 16.2 percent, respec­
tively). Although commercial stocks fell 42.5 percent over
the year, government stocks of butter rose a little over 5 per­
cent because buyers reacted to tight supplies in the fall, pushing
prices down over the year. (Government stocks accounted for
nearly 90 percent of total stocks as of September 1, 1990.)

Grains and oilseeds. Global production records sent grain

prices plummeting in 1990. Reduced demand from the Soviet
Union and China added to the sag in U.S. grain prices dur­
ing the year. Wheat exports were off by one-third from 1989
levels. Wheat prices fell 34.4 percent in 1990, by far the most
substantial decline since 1947 for this commodity. Low wheat
prices also held down flour prices over the year. Corn and
oat prices likewise sank in 1990 because of surpluses.
Soybean prices moved up 3.7 percent over the year after
a decline of nearly 25 percent in the preceding year and a
surge of more than 30 percent the year before that. Stockpiles
were higher than expected as 1990 began, which pushed prices
lower for the first half of the year; however, much leaner sup­
plies lifted prices by year-end. The index for shortening and
cooking oils turned up modestly in 1990.

Livestock, meat, and fish. Over the year, the hogs index turned

Fruits and vegetables. Although the December 1990 Califor­

down 8.2 percent after climbing 17.6 percent in the previous
12 months. Pork prices, however, moved up 12.8 percent
following a 20-percent rise in 1989. Anxiety over the im­
pact of a possible recession encouraged some livestock
farmers to keep herds relatively small. In the 12 months end




nia freeze occurred after the PPI pricing date, fresh fruit and
vegetable producers experienced a similar problem 12 months
earlier. The December 1989 freeze devastated citrus and
vegetable crops in Texas and Florida, resulting in enormous
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price increases in early 1990. Frozen fruit juice prices also
rose substantially, since most Florida citrus production is used
for juices. Fresh produce prices fell back by spring as Mex­
ican imports and California crops helped to pick up the slack.
For the year as whole, fresh fruit prices were up 8.8 per­
cent, but fresh vegetables were down 9.0 percent. The in­
dex for processed fruits and vegetables roughly reflected this
behavior, rising in the first half and then falling in the se­
cond to show almost no net change for the year.
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The index for finished consumer goods other than foods
and energy moved up 3.6 percent from December 1989 to
December 1990 after slightly larger increases in 1989 and
1988 (4.4 and 4.8 percent, respectively). In 1990, price in­
dexes for both durable and nondurable consumer goods also
rose a little less than in either of the 2 preceding years; con­
sumer durables were up 2.6 percent vs. 3.1 and 3.5 percent
in 1989 and 1988 respectively, and nondurables rose 4.2 per­
cent vs. 5.3 and 5.6 percent.
Only a handful of major consumer products climbed more
than 5 percent in 1990. These were led by tobacco products,
newspapers, prescription drugs, and books. In contrast,
prices for household glassware and flatware turned down
after substantial increases in 1989, and prices for sanitary
papers and appliances rose considerably less than the year
before.
The capital equipment index slowed slightly from an in­
crease of 3.8 percent in 1989 to a rise of 3.4 percent the
next year. As with consumer goods, few major items in this
category climbed more than 5 percent in 1990; these excep­
tions included metal forming machine tools, oil field and gas
field machinery, ships, and civilian aircraft. In addition,
heavy truck prices rose more in 1990 than in 1989. Outright
declines were rare; one of the few was a drop of 1.3 percent
for office and store machinery. Price slowdowns were the
most common pattern.
Transportation equipment. After climbing 4.6 percent in

1988 and slowing to a 2.4-percent rise a year later, the in­
dex for motor vehicles moved up 3.3 percent in 1990. In­
dexes for passenger cars and heavy trucks followed roughly
the same pattern as the total motor vehicles index; however,
the index for light trucks edged up only 0.4 percent in 1990
after a rise of 2.7 percent in 1989 and a 6.4-percent jump
a year before that.
The timing of price changes for passenger cars during 1990
was unusual. The year opened with a series of large incen­
tive programs designed to reduce the excessive inventories
left over from the end of 1989. Although inventories of un­
sold cars were successfully cut, this required severe produc­
tion cutbacks (including the permanent closure of some
plants), since demand was insufficient to absorb higher out­
put even with the incentive programs. By late summer, in­
ventories were low enough to allow producers to cut back




or eliminate the liquidation allowances normally given dealers
at the end of the model year. When 1991 models were in­
troduced in the autumn, prices immediately reflected the kind
of new incentive programs that are usually not instituted until
much later in the model year. Demand was still weak, with
purchases by business fleets one of the few relatively strong
areas.
By the end of 1990, new car sales were running at the
slowest pace since the 1982 recession. For the year as a
whole, new car production was more than 10 percent below
the 1989 output level. In general, however, consumer de­
mand for imports was relatively good for most of the year.
Demand for vans was adversely affected late in the year
because of the increase in gasoline prices. The slowing
economy led to a drop in shipments using trucks, limiting
the ability and need of truckers to replace their rigs on a nor­
mal schedule.
Among other types of transportation equipment, the ships
index climbed 6.2 percent, twice the rate of the previous year,
and civilian aircraft prices moved up 6.0 percent after an
increase of 5.4 percent in 1989. The index for railroad equip­
ment rose a little less in 1990 (4.1 percent) than the year
before (4.9 percent). Continued advances in labor-related
costs were a major factor in these increases.
Tobacco products. The index for tobacco products advanced

12.8 percent in 1990, the fourth consecutive annual ad­
vance of more than 10 percent. Manufacturers in this industry
continued their practice of boosting their selling prices twice
a year. However, the timing of these price hikes has been
shifting. A few years ago, tobacco product prices were
typically raised in January and July. More recently, the stan­
dard months for price changes have been December and June.
In 1990, the usual year-end price change was divided be­
tween November and December. Some producers may have
needed an earlier price boost in order to augment their cash
flow to meet their high interest payment requirements. This
might also have reflected an attempt to phase in gradually
the impact of the increase in Federal excise taxes on January
1, 1991. (Changes in excise taxes do not affect net revenues
received by producers and therefore are not included in the
ppi.) Strong export demand for tobacco products, partly
associated with the falling value of the dollar and a shortage
of cigarettes in some Communist countries, balanced relatively
stagnant domestic markets.
Textiles and footwear. Prices for most kinds of consumer tex­
tiles and footwear edged up even less in 1990 than they had
a year earlier. Indexes for women’s apparel, textile housefur­
nishings, men’s apparel, and leather footwear each rose less
than 2.5 percent over the year; each of these groupings slowed
by at least 1 percentage point compared with 1989. The only
major exception was the index for girls’ and children’s ap­
parel, which accelerated from 2.1 percent in 1989 to 4.3 per­
cent in 1990. Prices for most kinds of consumer textiles and
footwear either slowed down or decreased during the second

a year before. The 6.4-percent rise in the books index was
led by the 12.1-percent climb in the textbooks index, continu­
ing another well-established trend.
The index for tires and tubes edged up only 0.7 percent
over the year, as poor demand for motor vehicles outweighed
the impact of higher prices for synthetic rubber. The tire in­
dustry has experienced a period of capacity expansion even
as demand has stagnated. Unlike the auto industry, the tire
industry has generally avoided incentive programs to bolster
sales. The index for sanitary papers and health products slowed
dramatically from 12.7 percent in 1989 to 2.3 percent in 1990,
partly reflecting a downturn in material prices. The precious
metal jewelry index registered a slight gain (2.5 percent) in
the face of considerably lower prices for precious metals.

half, as sluggish demand limited the ability of domestic pro­
ducers to raise their prices. Imports continued to present
vigorous competition even though their prices often rose more
than those of their domestic counterparts. Capacity utiliza­
tion in the apparel industry declined from about 81 percent
at the start of the year to less than 75 percent at yearend, less
than the level reached in the 1982 recession.
Furniture and household durables. The poor state of residen­

tial and commercial construction markets in 1990 was reflected
in the performance of price indexes for furniture and
household durables. Demand for household durables typical­
ly fluctuates in line with the rate of new housing starts, since
new home buyers are the most likely to purchase these
products.
The increase in the household furniture index slowed from
3.3 percent in 1989 to 2.3 percent in 1990, as inventories held
by manufacturers climbed above 1989 levels. The index for
commercial furniture rose 3.0 percent as office vacancy rates
remained high and construction spending for new office
buildings fell considerably. Imports continued to capture much
of the furniture market, in part because the American dollar
did not decline with respect to currencies of many furnitureexporting countries such as Taiwan, Canada, and Mexico. At
the same time, furniture exports to Canada rose considerably
as tariffs were lowered or removed.
The index for appliances moved up 0.5 percent in 1990 after
registering a climb of 3.7 percent the year before. The floor
coverings index moved up 1.2 percent in 1990, only slightly
more than its 0.6-percent rise a year earlier. The index for
home electronic equipment, which dropped 4.3 percent in
1989, showed almost no net change in 1990; the falling value
of the U.S. dollar resulted in higher prices for imports, lessen­
ing the pressure on domestic producers to cut their own prices
to remain competitive. Prices for household glassware and
household flatware, both of which increased rapidly in 1989,
turned down, partly because of lower costs for material inputs.

Machinery. Prices for most kinds of machinery rose somewhat

less in 1990 than they had in the preceding year. Demand for
many kinds of machinery slowed down during 1990 as the
economy weakened; however, strong export demand often
compensated somewhat for a sluggish domestic market.
Although prices for many important materials used in the
manufacture of machinery, such as steel, declined during the
year and the rate of wage increases generally slowed down,
these influences were offset somewhat by the continued rapid
climb in health care costs borne by employers.
The agricultural machinery and equipment index slowed
down more than most other kinds, decelerating from a
5.2-percent climb in 1989 to a rise of just 1.6 percent in 1990.
Producers restrained price hikes despite good domestic de­
mand so that they could withstand competition from Japan
and Europe. This industry is marked by excess capacity both
here and abroad, creating an environment conducive to dis­
counting. More typical was the behavior of the construction
machinery and equipment index, increasing 4.0 percent in
1990 in the wake of a 4.8-percent advance the previous year.
In contrast, price increases for metal forming machine tools
more than doubled from the 1989 rise of 4.6 percent to 9.9
percent in 1990. Demand for machine tools was stimulated
by the need of some manufacturers in the auto industry and
elsewhere to retool so that their products would conform to
new environmental protection requirements. The aerospace
industry also continued to provide a healthy market for
machine tools. Export demand from Europe, especially
Eastern Europe, and North America was also exceptionally
good.
The oil field and gas field machinery index also increased
considerably more in 1990 (6.2 percent) than a year earlier
(2.4 percent). This index rose at a seasonally adjusted annual
rate of 1.6 percent during the first half but then vaulted at
a rate of 11.0 percent in the second half as the surge in
petroleum prices revived interest in exploration and drilling
activities after several years of stagnation.

Other consumer goods. The increase in the index for
newspaper circulation rates accelerated sharply to 9.0 percent
in 1990 following a rise of 1.9 percent the year before. A
drop in the volume of newspaper advertising because of the
weakening economy and increased competition from other
advertising forms such as direct mail and telemarketing in­
duced some publishers to raise circulation rates to make up
for the lost revenue. Advertising normally accounts for more
than three-fourths of all newspaper revenue. However, the
index for periodical circulation rose 3.9 percent in 1990, a
little less than in 1989, despite similar problems.
The 8.3-percent advance in the index for prescription
drugs in 1990, while somewhat less than its 1989 increase,
was consistent with the high rates recorded for this index in
most recent years. One of the major influences behind this
trend has been intense export demand that is insensitive to
price increases. The index for over-the-counter drugs,
however, slowed to 3.1 percent following a 4.1-percent rise




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materials excluding foods and energy moved up 1.9 percent
in 1990. The index edged up at a 0.8-percent rate during the
first half before accelerating to a 3.0-percent rate during the
latter 6 months of the year. Prices for nondurable manufac­
turing materials declined during 1989 and into early 1990 but
then turned up sharply during the latter half of the year. The
index for durable manufacturing materials inched down over
the year, and the construction materials index rose less than
in other recent years.
The development of excess capacity due to spreading
economic sluggishness imposed severe pricing strategy con­
straints on many material producers in 1990. A number of
industries, such as paper, chemicals, and textiles, were af­
fected by this problem because of recent expansions in capacity
both here and in other countries. This trend towards expan­
sion had been triggered in turn by the price increases ex­
perienced in the mid-1980’s when existing capacity proved
inadequate to meet strong demand.
The principal upward cost pressure on material prices in
1990 was exerted by crude oil. Although the spurt in petroleum
prices was quickly passed through to price hikes for oil-based
materials, the weak economy limited the willingness and ability
of downstream producers and ultimate buyers to accept these
increases. Which oil-induced material price increases would
be sustained and which might be eventually rolled back re­
mained an open question at the end of 1990.

Price increases slowed down for most textile products.
Prices for synthetic fibers edged up 0.8 percent in 1990, vs.
about 7 percent in both 1989 and 1988. The finished fabrics
index slowed to a rise of 1.3 percent, following advances of
about 4 percent in each of the 2 preceding years. However,
increases in both these indexes accelerated in the second half
of 1990 in response to higher petrochemical prices. After mov­
ing up 2.7 percent in 1989, the processed yarns and threads
index showed almost no net change in 1990; these prices turned
down in the latter half following increases for the 6 months
ended in June.
Durable manufacturing materials. The index for durable

manufacturing materials edged down 0.1 percent in 1990,
following a 3.2-percent drop in the preceding year. There was
relatively little change in this index in either the first or the
second quarter; then, a substantial advance in the third quarter
was offset by a marked decline in the fourth.
The steel mill products index fell 1.6 percent in 1990, in
contrast to its 1.2-percent increase in 1989 and its climb of
6.3 percent the year before that. Steel prices were especially
weak in the first half, in large part because of sluggish demand
from the automotive and construction markets. Prices for many
steel mill products, particularly sheet and strip, recovered for
a time in the summer when automakers stockpiled steel in an­
ticipation of a strike in the fall. These prices turned down dur­
ing the last quarter, however.
Nonferrous metal prices were quite volatile on a month- tomonth basis, as in other recent years. Prices for aluminum mill
shapes, copper and brass mill shapes, and primary aluminum,
copper, and lead showed little net change for the 12 months
ended in December 1990 following declines for the preceding
year. Aluminum prices fell during 1989 and early 1990 as de­
mand weakened from the construction, transportation, and
automotive industries. Price declines for aluminum products
ended in mid-1990 as export demand increased strongly and
purchases from domestic beverage can manufacturers advanced.
Copper prices rose with export demand and were spurred up­
ward by various production problems such as labor unrest, min­
ing accidents, and other supply disruptions.
In contrast, platinum prices dropped substantially, as in the
previous year, in response to weak demand from the automotive
industry. Zinc prices decreased considerably more than in the
preceding year. Silver prices showed substantial declines
throughout 1990, falling for the third consecutive year, as sup­
plies remained excessive in the face of poor industrial demand.
Gold prices also continued to drop, unbolstered by any renewal
of significant speculative demand.

Nondurable manufacturing materials. The index for non­

durable manufacturing materials rose 3.8 percent in 1990,
following a 0.8-percent decline in the preceding year. The
index jumped at an 8.6-percent rate in the latter half after drop­
ping at a 0.9-percent rate for the 6 months ended in June.
Petroleum-based materials began to register marked price in­
creases soon after crude oil prices soared in the wake of the
disturbances in the Middle East.
Prices for industrial chemicals and agricultural chemicals
jumped at double-digit rates for the 6 months ended in
December, following declines during the first half. Paint
material prices also rose at double-digit rates during the se­
cond half; they were rising, although not as rapidly, in early
1990 after falling in the latter half of 1989. Prices turned up
for plastic resins and materials and for inedible fats and oils
after falling during the first half and in the prior year. Syn­
thetic rubber prices, although showing a dip in mid-year, rose
during most of 1990, after falling in the previous year.
Paper prices increased 1.5 percent, more than in the
previous year but far less than the surge of 11.5 percent in
1988. Strengthened demand for writing papers nudged the
paper index up faster than in the previous year. Increased com­
petition within the paperboard industry prompted higher pro­
duction, resulting in a drop of 4.4 percent over the year;
however, paperboard prices turned up in the fourth quarter.
Woodpulp prices fell in every month but January for a total
decrease of 9.3 percent, in contrast to more than 4 years of
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Construction materials. The construction materials index rose

1.5 percent, less than either the 2.5-percent increase
registered in 1989 or the 5.6-percent advance of 1989. The
slowdown in prices was prompted by a substantial drop in
construction activity during 1990, particulary for residen­
tial construction; new housing starts fell 13 percent over the
year to the lowest level since the last recession. Price ad­
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year after slipping 15.6 percent in 1989 and climbing 3 con­
secutive years before that. The monthly price movements for
primary nonferrous metals closely paralleled those of nonfer­
rous scrap; this was not unusual since scrap metals (particularly
copper, aluminum, and lead) are major substitutes for the
raw feed of nonferrous smelters.
Gold ore prices declined during the first 6 months of the
year before turning up somewhat because of a marginal in­
crease in demand by some hedgers looking for a traditional
safe haven in case of a renewed bout of inflation. The inva­
sion of Kuwait and the subsequent surge in crude petroleum
prices boosted precious metal prices considerably less than
in similar past situations, as fears of recession swamped any
concern about resurgent inflation. Gold ores retreated 7.1
percent following a 1.9-percent decline in 1989, and silver
ores receded 16.8 percent after sinking 21.6 percent the year
before.

vances slowed for fabricated structural metal products,
fabricated ferrous wire products, other miscellaneous metal
products, millwork, metal valves, and wiring devices. Prices
turned down for softwood lumber and plywood due to over­
production, fewer housing starts, and bad weather. Gypsum
products continued to drop.
In contrast, price increases accelerated for concrete pro­
ducts, pushed by advances in cement costs in the Southern
States. These prices were pulled up by the rising price of
cement imports from Mexico, which rose when import duties
were imposed as a result of a government finding of unfair
competition. Prices also rose faster than in 1989 for asphalt
felts and coating, prompted by rising petroleum costs. Prices
for switchgear, plumbing fixtures, and heating equipment
continued to rise, and price declines slowed for nonferrous
wire and cable.
Basis industrial materials
The index for crude nonfood materials less energy moved
up at an 8.5-percent rate during the first half of 1990 before
turning down at a 7.3-percent rate in the second half as the
economy weakened. The net result was a marginal increase
of 0.4 percent for the year as a whole, following a 3.6-percent
drop in the preceding year. After diminishing considerably
in 1989, indexes turned up for iron and steel scrap, copper
base scrap, and uranium, radium, and vanadium ores. The
aluminum base scrap and copper ores indexes fell much less
than in 1989. In contrast, the index for cattle hides turned
down after a substantial advance the year before, and prices
for wastepaper, softwood logs, and gold ores dropped more
than in the preceding year. In addition, price increases for
pulpwood logs slowed in 1990, and the index for hardwood
logs was unchanged after rising in 1989. Raw cotton prices
advanced more than 10 percent for the second consecutive
year, although somewhat less than in 1989.

Cattle hides. The annual change in cattle hides index in each
of the last 4 years has ranged from increases of nearly 20
percent to declines of about 10 percent. In 1990 the index
turned down 10.3 percent. The erratic movements of the cat­
tle hides index can be attributed to its sensitivity to levels
of beef demand and cattle slaughter. Because cattle hides
represent a less important byproduct of cattle slaughter,
prices respond heavily to market conditions for beef.
Although hide demand by tanners does play a role, it is secon­
dary to retailer and consumer demand for meats.
Beef demand dropped late in the summer and fewer cattle
were slaughtered, lowering the market supply of hides. Tan­
ners were easily able to reduce their hide inventories and
related costs because of consumer reluctance to buy big-ticket
leather products. Consequently, prices receded as cattle hide
demand diminished and reduced the need for cattle slaughter.

Metal scrap and ores. The iron and steel scrap index climbed

Other basic industrial materials. The index for wastepaper
fell in 9 of the 12 months in 1990, with a total decline of
13.4 percent over the year. New mandatory recycling laws
pushed prices down for all wastepaper grades. (Recycling
had previously been mandatory solely for lower grades of
wastepaper). A decrease in pulp prices translated into a
decline in the market for high grade wastepaper, a pulp
substitute, and the recycled paper market did not grow
enough to accommodate the rising collection of wastepaper.
The raw cotton index advanced 12.4 percent after climb­
ing nearly 16 percent in 1989. This index surged at a rate
of 45.4 percent in the first 6 months of 1990 before falling
back somewhat in the second half. As in other recent years,
the increased consumer preference for natural fibers and the
fall of the dollar against other currencies again translated into
strong domestic and foreign demand for cotton.

at a 29.0-percent rate during the first half of the year but
declined at a 14.7-percent rate in the second half, further
illustrating the weakness of the economy as exacerbated by
the Persian Gulf crisis. The rebuilding of scrap inventories
moved carbon steel scrap prices up until late summer.
Stainless scrap price movement mirrored stainless steel de­
mand and nickel prices, peaking in August but declining
afterwards. The export market for ferrous scrap also slumped
after September. This reflected not only general economic
conditions abroad but also reduced demand from the Per­
sian Gulf region for Turkish and Indian steel products, which
are largely made from U.S. scrap. In addition, an abundance
of scrap made available by the dismantling of obsolete
Eastern European machinery, ships, and other equipment
displaced much American scrap from the European market.




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

Aug.
1990’

c o
o
o <

Unadjusted index

C 2
D

Grouping

Relative
importance
Dec.
19891

Unadjusted
percent change to
Dec. 1990 from :

Seasonally adjusted
percent change from:

Dec.
1990?

Dec.
1989

Nov.
1990

Sep.
to
Oct.

Oct.
to
Nov.

Nov.
to
Dec.

Finished goods........................................................................................
Finished consumer goods ................................................................
Finished consumer foods...............................................................
C ru d e..............................................................................................
Processed ......................................................................................
Finished consumer goods, excluding foods................................
Nondurable goods less foods ....................................................
Durable go od s...............................................................................
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

119.3
118.3
124.9
112.1
125.8
115.1
111.5
119.9
123.1
124.7
122.5

122.9
122.6
125.1
127.7
124.9
121.3
119.0
122.8
124.7
126.1
124.1

121.9
121.2
124.1
119.6
124.4
119.8
116.8
122.8
124.9
126.4
124.4

5.6
6.4
2.5
.3
2.6
8.5
11.2
2.6
3.4
3.4
3.4

-0.8
-1.1
-.8
-6.3
-.4
-1.2
-1.8
0
.2
.2
.2

1.1
1.5
.9
3.7
.7
1.8
2.9
-.7
-.2
.4
-.3

0.5
.6
.8
7.6
.3
.5
.4
.6
.2
.2
.2

-0.6
-.9
-.9
-6.5
-.5
-1.0
-1.5
.4
.4
.2
.6

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

114.4
118.7
120.4
116.7
121.4
119.1
123.0
85.7
87.4
84.6
127.5
119.4
122.1
118.0
102.5
120.2

117.8
120.1
116.0
121.3
121.5
119.7
123.4
99.9
100.4
99.7
128.2
120.1
123.2
118.6
100.5
121.2

116.7
119.8
116.4
121.0
120.2
119.9
123.5
94.0
94.9
93.4
128.3
120.3
123.3
118.7
100.7
121.3

4.3
2.0
.8
3.8
-.1
2.1
1.5
21.6
20.3
22.4
1.3
1.7
2.2
1.5
-5.5
2.4

-.9
-.2
.3
-.2
-1.1
.2
.1
-5.9
-5.5
-6.3
.1
.2
.1
.1
.2
.1

1.5
.4
-.3
1.3
0
.3
.3
8.3
7.5
8.8
.1
.3
.2
.3
1.8
.2

.1
.3
-.7
1.0
-1.0
.3
-.1
-.2
1.0
-.9
.5
.1
.4
0
-3.3
.3

-.9
-.1
.5
-.2
-1.2
.2
.1
-5.7
-5.4
-5.8
.4
.2
.2
0
-.8
.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

110.2
113.2
103.4
112.0
107.1
146.9
80.4
77.8
83.4

116.8
108.6
116.5
128.9
124.7
143.0
84.2
82.1
86.6

110.5
108.5
106.7
113.3
108.7
142.7
88.3
86.7
90.1

6.0
-3.6
13.1
16.8
18.2
.0
3.3
3.5
3.1

-5.4
-.1
-8.4
-12.1
-12.8
-.2
4.9
5.6
4.0

8.7
1.1
13.3
16.6
18.1
-1.1
0
-.1
.1

-6.2
-1.7
-8.5
-10.6
-11.8
-1.7
3.2
3.9
2.5

-5.4
-.1
-8.4
-11.8
-12.9
.1
4.9
5.6
4.0

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

6 74.122
7 94.893
7 5.107
9 56.211

117.4
114.4
114.9
102.9

122.1
118.2
111.3
116.4

121.1
117.0
111.6
106.3

6.7
4.6
-1.2
13.3

-.8
-1.0
.3
-8.7

1.2
1.6
.4
13.7

.4
.2
-1.5
-8.7

-.5
-1.0
.2
-8.7

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

6 9.202
6 90.798
6 65.352

74.2
126.3
127.5

89.4
127.6
128.7

84.1
127.5
128.4

29.8
3.2
3.1

-5.9
-.1
-.2

8.0
.2
.3

.1
.6
.7

-4.8
0
-.2

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

126.7
128.9
135.5

128.5
130.8
136.6

128.8
131.1
137.1

3.5
3.6
4.2

.2
.2
.4

0
0
.4

.5
.6
.7

.3
.2
.1

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

7 12.354
7 87.646
7 82.539

85.3
120.4
120.8

99.6
121.5
122.2

93.7
121.3
122.0

21.8
1.8
1.9

-5.9
-.2
-.2

8.4
.4
.4

-.1
.1
.2

-5.5
-.1
-.2

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

9 40.528
9 59.472
9 17.533

87.2
119.8
140.4

104.2
114.9
134.8

93.1
114.3
132.5

18.6
-2.4
.4

-10.7
-.5
-1.7

18.7
.2
-1.7

-10.3
-1.9
-2.3

-10.7
-.6
-1.8

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 August 1990 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.
'* Not seasonally adjusted.
4 Includes crude petroleum.




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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 Dec. 1 9 9 0
from:

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Commodity
code
Aug.
19901

Nov.
1990'

Dec.
19901

Seaso nally adjusted percent
change from:

Dec.
1989

Nov.
1990

Sep.
to
Oct.

Oct.
to
Nov.

Nov.
to
Dec.

Finished goods...................................................................................................

1 19 .3

12 2 .9

1 2 1 .9

5.6

-0 .8

1.1

0.5

-0 .6

Finished consumer goods.................................................................................

1 1 8 .3

12 2 .6

1 2 1 .2

6.4

- 1 .1

1.5

.6

-.9

Finished consumer foods............................................ ..................................

124 .9

125.1

124.1

2.5

-.8

.9

.8

-.9

Fresh fruits .....................................................................................................................................
Fresh and dried v e g e t a b le s ......................................................................................................
E g g s .................................................................................................................................................

0 1-11
0 1-13
0 1-7

120.7
9 8.0
114 .4

12 1.1
1 17 .0
125 .0

119 .5
95.7
124 .5

8.8
-9 .0
- 1 1 .9

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

-3 .5
3.7
9.5

1.2
12.3
- 3 .5

.1
- 1 8 .5
3.4

Bakery p ro d ucts............................................................................................................................
Milled r i c e .......................................................................................................................................
P asta products (June 19 8 5 = 100 )2 .........................................................................................
Beef and v e a l ................................................................................................................................
P o r k ..................................................................................................................................................
P rocessed young chickens .......................................................................................................
P rocessed turkeys2 .....................................................................................................................
F ish ....................................................
Dairy p ro d u c ts................................
P rocessed fruits and veg etab les2
Confectionery end p ro d u c ts......
Soft drinks2 .....................................
R oasted c o f f e e ..............................
Shortening and cooking oils .....................................................................................................

0 2-11
0 2 -13
0 2 -14 -0 2
0 2-21-01
0 2 -2 1-0 4
0 2-22 -03
02-22 -06
02-23
02-3
02-4
0 2 -5 5
0 2-62
0 2-63 -01
0 2 -7 6

1 4 1 .0
102 .9
119 .1
1 16 .2
12 6 .2
1 1 1 .5
112 .8
138 .9
120 .2
125 .8
13 9 .6
1 2 1 .6
1 1 4 .9
1 2 9 .4

142 .4
99.5
1 10 .4
1 1 9 .7
120 .7
100 .6
119 .4
157 .7
1 14 .9
1 20 .7
14 4 .4
12 2 .6
1 1 2 .8
1 1 9 .2

142 .6
99.6
1 13 .0
12 1 .2
1 18 .6
10 1 .3
100 .7
160 .2
1 12 .2
120 .2
1 4 4 .5
1 2 3 .0
1 1 0 .2
120 .4

3.0
-4 .4
-1 .1
9.5
12.8
- 1 .5
- 9 .0
15.9
-7 .6
-.2
5.0
2.7
-.7
3.6

.1
.1
2.4
1.3
- 1 .7
.7
- 1 5 .7
1.6
-2 .3
-.4
.1
.3
-2 .3
1.0

.5
-3 .8
4.0
5.1
8.2
-3 .4
5.1
-3 .9
- 1 .7
-.8
.4
.6
-2 .1
- 3 .2

.4
1.0
-3.1
2.0
3.7
-.3
- 1 .0
8.1
-2 .3
-2 .8
3.1
.2
.3
- 1 .8

.1
-2 .0
2.4
1.4
-3 .5
4.2
- 1 5 .7
1.0
- 2 .4
-.4
.1
.3
-2 .7
.1

1 15 .1

1 2 1 .3

119 .8

8.5

- 1 .2

1.8

.5

- 1 .0

Finished consumer goods excluding foods....................................................
Alcoholic b everages2 ..................................................................................................................

02-61

1 16 .8

117 .4

1 17 .0

2.1

-.3

.1

0

-.3

W om en’s apparel .........................................................................................................................
Men’s and b oys’ a p p a re l............................................................................................................
Girls’, children’s, and infants’ a p p a r e l...................................................................................
Textile housefurnishings2 ............................................................................................................

0 3-81-01
0 3 -8 1-0 2
0 3 -8 1-0 3
0 3-82

1 16 .7
120 .4
1 15 .7
1 10 .0

1 16 .5
120 .7
1 15 .5
110 .1

1 15 .3
120.4
1 15 .6
110 .1

.5
2.0
4.3
1.7

- 1 .0
-.2
.1
0

.5
-.1
.3
-.3

-.2
.2
.3
.5

- 1 .1
0
0
0

F o o tw ea r..........................................................................................................................................

04-3

126 .0

125 .8

126.1

2.4

.2

0

0

.2

Natural g as2 ...................................................................................................................................
G a so lin e ...........................................................................................................................................
Fuel oil No. 2 .................................................................................................................................

05-31
05-71
05-73 -02 -0 1

74.3
82.2
72.5

79.4
98.3
9 8.0

84.7
88.0
87.6

3.7
45.2
28.1

6.7
- 1 0 .5
- 1 0 .6

-.3
8.0
15.0

5.0
-2 .6
-7 .3

6.7
-7 .0
- 1 0 .7

Pharmaceutical preps, ethical (Prescription)........................................................................
Pharmaceutical preps, proprietary (O ver-counter)...............................................................
S o ap s and synthetic detergents2 ............................................................................................
Cosm etics and other toilet p rep a ra tio n s...............................................................................

06-35
0 6 -3 6
06-71
0 6-75

202.4
156 .5
1 17 .7
1 2 1 .7

205 .8
158 .4
118 .0
122.3

206 .9
158 .3
118 .1
122 .6

8.3
3.1
1.5
1.4

.5
-.1
.1
.2

.2
.1
.4
.7

.5
.4
0
.4

1.6
-.1
.1
.7

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

0 7 -12

96.6

98.1

97.8

.7

-.3

.5

1.2

-.5

Sanitary papers and health p ro d u cts.....................................................................................
N ewspaper circulation ................................................................................................................
Periodical circulation ...................................................................................................................
Book publishing2 ...........................................................................................................................

0 9-15 -01
0 9-31-01
0 9-32-01
09-33

136 .0
143.1
150 .5
154 .5

135 .9
149 .6
1 5 1 .5
158 .2

135 .6
149 .5
152 .0
157 .2

2.3
9.0
3.9
6.4

-.2
-.1
.3
-.6

1.0
3.4
.1
1.4

.1
.1
.3
.8

-.1
.1
.3
-.6

Household furniture......................................................................................................................
Floor c o v e rin g s .............................................................................................................................
Household appliances ................................................................................................................
Home electronic e q u ip m en t......................................................................................................
Household g la s s w a re ..................................................................................................................
Household flatware .....................................................................................................................
Lawn and garden equip., ex. tra c to rs ....................................................................................

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

125 .3
119 .2
1 10 .8
8 2.6
127 .3
123 .7
123 .6

126.4
1 18 .6
1 10 .9
82.9
127 .3
124.1
123 .3

126 .4
119 .1
1 10 .7
82.8
127 .3
124.1
123 .9

2.3
1.2
.5
-.2
-7 .7
-2 .3
1.5

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

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

0
.3
-.2
.2
-5 .7
.2
-.5

-.1
.6
.4
-.6
-.1
.3
.5

P assenger c a r s .............................................................................................................................

1 4 -11-0 1

116 .3

124.1

124.1

4.3

0

-2 .7

1.8

.9

Toys, gam es, and children’s v e h ic le s ....................................................................................
Sporting and athletic g o o d s ......................................................................................................
Tobacco p ro d u cts.........................................................................................................................
Mobile hom es2 ..............................................................................................................................
Jew elry, platinum, & karat gold2 ..............................................................................................
Costume jewelry and novelties2 ..............................................................................................

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

118 .3
1 12 .9
224.3
118 .0
124 .6
126 .5

1 18 .4
11 3 .0
230.4
1 19 .3
1 23 .5
126 .5

11 8 .3
113 .1
236 .4
1 19 .3
123.1
126 .5

1.8
1.6
12.8
2.9
2.5
2.7

-.1
.1
2.6
0
-.3
0

0
.4
.6
.3
.5
0

.3
-.3
3.7
1.0
-.2
0

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

123.1

124 .7

124 .9

3.4

.2

-.2

.2

.4

122 .3
122 .7
1 30 .0
130 .5
116 .7
1 19 .9
1 15 .5
129 .6
136 .5
125 .3
120.8
106 .2
109.8

1 2 1.3
122 .8
1 3 1 .9
1 3 1 .8
118 .6
120.4
1 15 .9
130 .9
137.1
125 .6
1 2 1 .7
106.1
1 1 1 .4

122 .0
123 .3
132 .6
1 3 1 .5
1 18 .7
1 21.1
1 16 .0
132 .0
137.1
125 .6
122 .9
106 .0
1 11 .1

1.6
4.0
4.8
9.9
3.2
4.0
2.3
4.9
5.2
2.1
3.7
.7
-.6

.6
.4
.5
-.2
.1
.6
.1
.8
0
0
1.0
-.1
-.3

-.3
.2
.6
.2
1.6
.1
.1
.2
.2
0
.4
.2
.8

.5
.1
1.0
.6
0
.1
0
.5
.2
-.2
.4
0
.5

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

Capital equipment.............................................................................................
Agricultural machinery and equipment ..................................................................................
Construction machinery and equ ip m en t................................................................................
Metal cutting machine t o o ls ......................................................................................................
Metal forming machine tools ....................................................................................................
Tools, dies, jigs, fixtures, and ind. molds2 ...........................................................................
Pumps, com pressors, and equipment ...................................................................................
Industrial material handling equipment2 ................................................................................
Textile machinery .........................................................................................................................
Paper industries machinery (June 1 9 8 2 - 1 0 0 ) 2 .................................................................
Printing trades machinery2 ........................................................................................................
Transformers and power reg u la to rs.......................................................................................
Communication & related equip. (Dec. 1 9 8 5 - 100 )2 .........................................................
X-ray and electrom edical equipment2 ....................................................................................

11-1
11-2
11-3 7
11-3 8
11-3 9
11-41
1 1-4 4
11-6 2
11-6 4
11-6 5
11-7 4
1 1-7 6
11-7 9 -0 5

See footnotes at end of table.




13

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 otherw ise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to Dec. 1 9 9 0
from:

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Commodity
code
Aug.
19901

Nov.
1990’

Dec.
19901

Seaso nally adjusted percent
change from:

Dec.
1989

Nov.
1990

Sep.
to
Oct.

Oct.
to
Nov.

Nov.
to
Dec.

Capital equipment—Continued
Oil field and g as field m achinery2 ...........................................................................................
Mining machinery and equipment ...........................................................................................
Office and store m achines and equipm ent2 ........................................................................

1 1-9 1
1 1 -9 2
1 1 -9 3

10 2 .0
1 2 1 .3
10 8 .9

106.1
122 .2
1 0 8 .9

106 .3
12 2 .2
109 .1

6.2
3.6
- 1 .3

0.2
0
.2

0
.2
.1

1.0
.2
.1

0.2
0
.2

Commercial fu rn itu re...................................................................................................................

12-2

133 .7

13 4 .6

134 .7

3.0

.1

.8

-.1

.1

Light motor t r u c k s ........................................................................................................................
Heavy motor tru c k s ......................................................................................................................
Truck trailers2 .................................................................................................................................
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 en t......................................................................................................................

14-11-05
14-11-06
1 4 -1 4
14 -2 1 -0 2
14-31
14-4

128 .1
1 1 9 .9
1 1 0 .5
1 1 6 .7
1 1 0 .6
1 1 8 .5

134 .5
12 3 .7
1 1 1 .8
1 1 7 .5
1 1 1 .8
1 2 0 .2

134 .3
123 .2
1 1 1 .9
1 1 8 .2
1 1 2 .0
120 .3

.4
3.7
1.6
6.0
6.2
4.1

-.1
-.4
.1
.6
.2
.1

.1
1.2
1.2
1.0
-.2
.3

.5
- .2
0
0
.1
.1

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

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

15-41

F lo u r.................................................................................................................................................
Refined sugar2 ...............................................................................................................................
Confectionery m a teria ls..............................................................................................................
Crude vegetable o i l s ...................................................................................................................
Prepared animal f e e d s ................................................................................................................

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

9 7.7

2.4

.2

-.1

.2

.2

1 1 6 .7

4.3

-.9

1.5

.1

-.9

1 1 1 .3

1 1 1 .6

- 1 .2

.3

.4

- 1 .5

.2

96.5
12 2 .6
1 06 .0
126 .4
107 .4

92.0
12 3 .0
99.4
105 .0
105 .8

92.6
122 .9
9 9.5
1 1 1 .2
106.1

- 1 8 .5
.7
2.2
13.6
-3 .8

.7
-.1
.1
5.9
.3

- 1 .3
.3
-5.1
-4 .6
1.1

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

.9
-.1
1.5
9.8
.3

114 .4

0 2 -12 -0 3
0 2-53
02-54
0 2-72
02-9

97.5
1 1 7 .8

1 1 4 .9

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

97.1
1 1 4 .4

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

1 18 .2

117 .0

4.6

- 1 .0

1.6

.2

- 1 .0

.3
.3
.6
-.3

1.1
.2
.3
.5

Synthetic fibers2 .............................................................................................................................
P ro cessed yarns and th r e a d s ...................................................................................................
Gray fa b ric s ....................................................................................................................................
Finished fa b ric s..............................................................................................................................

03-1
0 3-2
03-3
0 3-4

107.1
1 1 1 .3
1 1 7 .2
1 1 5 .8

10 6 .6
1 1 1 .1
1 17 .4
1 16 .3

107 .8
1 1 1 .3
118 .0
1 16 .5

.8
-.1
1.1
1.3

1.1
.2
•5
.2

-.9
-.1
-.6
.8

L ea th e r.............................................................................................................................................

04-2

177 .3

1 74 .9

174 .7

.4

-.1

- 1 .4

1.3

-.1

Liquefied petroleum g a s .............................................................................................................
Electric p o w e r ................................................................................................................................
Je t f u e ls ...........................................................................................................................................
No. 2 Diesel fu e l...........................................................................................................................
Residual fuel ..................................................................................................................................

05-32
05-4
0 5-72 -03
05-73 -03
05-74

67.6
122.1
64.5
72.9
4 5.8

1 19 .2
1 1 7 .6
109.1
100 .0
80.4

102 .9
116 .9
95.7
9 1.0
7 3.7

76.5
3.8
49.5
32.8
42.0

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

29.7
1.0
2 1.5
14.1
2 0.6

6.1
.3
-.6
-6 .0
12.5

- 1 9 .3
-.8
- 1 2 .5
- 8 .6
- 8 .0

Industrial c h e m ica ls......................................................................................................................
06-1
Prepared paint2 ..............................................................................................................................
06-21
Paint m a te ria ls ...............................................................................................................................
0 6-22
Medicinal and botanical chem icals2 ........................................................................................
06-31
Fats and oils, in ed ib le.................................................................................................................
06-4
Mixed fertilizers
06-51
Nitrogenates
06-52-01
Phosphates .
06-52 -02
Other agricultural chem icals .....................................................................................................
0 6-53
Plastic resins and m a te ria ls ......................................................................................................
06-6

1 10 .7
125 .2
13 2 .5
1 0 1 .5
8 3.0
103 .8
8 7.0
97.6
1 1 9 .5
122 .3

1 19 .3
126 .4
15 0 .8
104 .5
89.7
104 .6
1 0 1 .5
102.1
122 .3
12 8 .6

1 17 .5
126 .7
150.1
104 .6
92.4
104 .7
10 2 .2
100 .5
123.1
1 3 1 .2

5.3
3.9
2 1.0
4.0
1.9
3.5
19.5
3.5
5.3
6.4

- 1 .5
.2
-.5
.1
3.0
.1
.7
- 1 .6
.7
2.0

3.0
.5
1.0
1.1
4.8
-.1
6.7
5.8
.4
1.3

.7
.3
4.0
1.0
5.0
.9
2.6
.5
2.2
3.2

- 1 .5
.2
-.3
.1
1.5
-.3
-2 .5
-.5
1.1
2.9

Synthetic rubber ...........................................................................................................................
Plastic construction p ro d u c ts....................................................................................................
Unsupported plastic film, sheet, & other sh ap es 2 ...........................................................
Plastic parts and com ponents for manufacturing2 .............................................................

0 7 -11 -0 2
07-21
0 7-22
0 7-26

1 1 0 .8
1 1 5 .6
1 17 .8
1 12 .2

114 .3
1 17 .1
120 .2
1 12 .4

115 .0
1 1 7 .8
12 1 .3
1 13 .2

5.4
.7
1.3
-3 .2

.6
.6
.9
.7

2.1
.2
.9
-.3

1.5
-.8
1.1
-.2

.3
.6
.9
.7

Softwood lumber ..........................................................................................................................
Hardwood lu m b e r.........................................................................................................................
M illwork............................................................................................................................................
Plywood ...........................................................................................................................................

0 8 -11
0 8 -1 2
08-2
08-3

123 .9
1 3 1 .6
130 .5
1 12 .6

115 .5
1 30 .7
13 0 .8
10 5 .6

1 1 5 .8
130 .0
1 3 1 .0
106 .8

-5 .3
.4
1.8
-8 .6

.3
-.5
.2
1.1

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

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

1.3
-.5
.5
1.9

Woodpulp2 ......................................................................................................................................
P a p e r................................................................................................................................................
P ap e rb o a rd .....................................................................................................................................
Paper boxes and c o n ta in e rs .....................................................................................................
Building paper and b o a r d ...........................................................................................................
Commercial printing (June 19 8 2 - 1 00)2 ...............................................................................

0 9 -11
0 9 -13
0 9 -14
0 9 -15 -0 3
09-2
0 9-37

15 0 .2
129 .3
133 .4
129 .3
110 .3
128 .2

145 .7
130 .2
135 .0
129 .5
109 .2
129 .3

144 .7
129 .9
13 3 .9
129 .4
108 .8
12 9 .5

-9 .3
1.5
-4 .4
- 1 .3
-6 .9
2.3

-.7
-.2
-.8
-.1
-.4
.2

- 1 .9
.1
1.0
-.1
-.7
.2

-1 .1
0
1.3
.2
.3
.3

-.7
- .2
-.5
0
-.4
.2

Foundry and forge shop p ro d u cts...........................................................................................
Steel mill p ro d u cts........................................................................................................................
Primary nonferrous m e t a ls .........................................................................................................
Aluminum mill sh ap es2 ...............................................................................................................
Copper and brass mill s h a p e s ..................................................................................................
Nonferrous wire and c a b le ............................................................... .........................................
Metal c o n ta in e rs ...........................................................................................................................
H ard w are.........................................................................................................................................
Plumbing fixtures and brass fittin g s........................................................................................
Heating eq u ip m en t.......................................................................................................................
Fabricated structural metal products2 ....................................................................................

1 0 -15
10 -17
10-22
10-25-01
10-25 -02
10-26
10-3
10-4
10-5
10-6
10-7

117 .8
1 1 1 .9
138 .3
127 .3
182 .7
143 .4
114 .1
126 .2
144 .5
1 3 1 .8
122.1

117 .9
112 .1
136 .6
130 .3
174.1
143 .6
1 14 .0
126 .9
146 .4
133.1
122 .3

1 18 .1
1 12 .0
128 .0
128 .3
168 .2
140 .9
114 .1
127 .7
146 .9
133 .3
1 22 .3

2.5
- 1 .6
- 1 .8
-.8
-.4
- 1 .2
1.3
3.7
5.0
4.5
1.0

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

.1
-.7
1.0
3.3
-2.1
.7
-.1
-.2
.3
.9
.3

.3
.1
-7 .5
- 1 .7
-5 .5
- 5 .2
.2
.2
1.5
.2
0

.2
.4
- 4 .0
- 1 .5
- 3 .8
- 1 .4
.5
.6
.5
.4
0

Mechanical power transmission equipment2 .......................................................................
Air conditioning and refrigeration equipment2 .....................................................................
Metal valves, ex.fluid power (Dec. 1 9 8 2 - 1 00)2 ................................................................

11-4 5
11-4 8
1 1-4 9 -0 2

125 .7
122.3
125 .6

126 .6
122 .7
126 .5

12 6 .8
122 .8
127.1

3.2
2.7
2.9

.2
.1
.5

.3
-.2
.6

.2
.3
.1

.2
.1
.5

See footnotes at end of table.




14

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 otherwise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to Dec. 1 9 9 0
from:

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Commodity
code
Aug.
1990'

Nov.
1990’

Dec.
1990’

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from:

Dec.
1989

Nov.
1990

Sep.
to
Oct.

Oct.
to
Nov.

Nov.
to
Dec.

Intermediate materials less foods and feeds—Continued
Ball and roller bearings ..............................................................................................................
Wiring d e v ic e s ...............................................................................................................................
Motors, generators, motor generator sets
Switchgear, switchboard, etc., equipment*’ ..........................................................................
Electronic com ponents and a ccessories
Internal combustion e n g in e s ..................
Machine shop products2 .........................

11 -49-05
1 1-7 1
1 1-7 3
1 1-7 5
1 1-7 8
1 1-9 4
1 1-9 5

1 3 0 .9
132 .6
1 3 3 .0
1 24 .7
1 18 .1
1 2 1 .3
124 .4

130 .9
133 .4
132 .9
126 .2
1 18 .1
1 2 1 .5
125 .3

13 1 .1
13 3 .8
133 .3
12 6 .4
1 1 8 .4
1 2 1 .8
125 .0

4.3
2.1
2.1
4.5
- .3
3.8
1.6

0.2
.3
.3
.2
.3
.2
-.2

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

-0.1
.5
.2
.3
.5
.2
.3

0.5
.7
.2
.2
.1
.5
-.2

Flat g lass2 .......................................................................................................................................
Cem ent2 ..............................
Concrete p ro d u c ts ...........
Asphalt felts and coatings
Gypsum products2 ...........
G lass c o n ta in e rs ...........................................................................................................................

1 3 -11
13-22
13-3
13-6
13-7
13-8

10 6 .6
10 3 .7
1 1 3 .9
95.9
102 .4
120 .7

106 .8
10 4 .6
1 1 5 .0
1 0 0 .9
1 0 4 .8
1 2 1 .0

10 6 .7
10 4 .6
1 1 5 .2
1 0 1 .8
103 .4
1 2 1 .0

- 2 .2
1.9
2.9
4.8
-5 .5
4.6

-.1
0
.2
.9
- 1 .3
0

-.2
-.3
.3
2.4
.1
.3

.2
.3
.6
1.4
1.6
.2

-.1
0
.2
13
- 1 .3
.1

Motor vehicle parts .....................................................................................................................
Aircraft engines & engine parts (Dec. 1 9 8 5 = 100) 2 .......................................................
Aircraft parts & aux.equip.,nec (June 1 9 8 5 = 100) 2 .........................................................

1 4 -1 2
1 4-23
14-25

1 1 1 .1
1 1 3 .2
1 1 7 .4

1 1 1 .1
1 1 5 .9
1 1 9 .7

1 1 1 .2
1 1 6 .0
1 19 .4

.8
6.7
4.0

.1
.1
-.3

0
1.0
1.5

.1
1.1
.3

.1
.1
-.3

Photographic s u p p lie s .................................................................................................................

15-42

12 8 .3

129 .0

12 9 .0

3.0

0

.2

-.5

.2

Crude materials for further processing.............................................................

110 .2

116 .8

1 10 .5

6.0

-5.4

8.7

-6 .2

-5 .4

Crude foodstuffs and feedstuffs....................................................................

1 13 .2

108 .6

108 .5

-3 .6

-.1

1.1

- 1 .7

-.1

7 1.7
93.4
124 .9
8 1.4
1 05 .0
8 7.5
1 0 0 .6

-3 4 .4
-.8
6.5
- 8 .2
3.8
(3)
- 2 4 .7
3.7

-.1
3.9
1.5
-4 .9
4.9
(3)
- 4 .6
5.0

-3 .9
-2 .9
1.2
9.9
-9 .3
(3)
-8 .6
3.5

.1
-5.1
2.4
-4.1
-.2
(3)
-8 .0
- 1 2 .4

-3 .5
6.2
.7
- 1 0 .6
1 1.6
(3)
-4 .2
6.3

W h e a t...............................................................................................................................................
C o rn ..................................................................................................................................................
C a ttle ................................................
H o g s.................................................
Live chickensibroilers and fryers
Live tu rk e y s ...................................
Fluid milk ........................................................................................................................................
Soyb ean s ........................................................................................................................................

0 1-21
0 1-2 2 -0 2 -0 5
0 1-31
0 1-3 2
0 1-4 1 -0 2
01 4 2
0 1-6
0 1-8 3 -0 1 -3 1

74.6
100 .2
124.7
97.0
1 2 1 .8
10 5 .5
104 .8

71.8
89.9
123 .0
85.6
100.1
9 1.7
9 5.8

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

0 2 -5 2 -0 1-0 1

1 1 9 .6

1 1 9 .4

1 1 7 .2

- .3

- 1 .8

.8

-.1

- 1 .0

Crude nonfood materials...............................................................................

-

1 03 .4

1 1 6 .5

1 06 .7

13.1

-8 .4

13.3

-8 .5

-8 .4

Raw cotton2 ...................................................................................................................................
Leaf to b a c c o ..................................................................................................................................

0 1 -5 1 -0 1 -0 1
0 1-9 2 -0 1 -0 1

1 2 6 .0
93.1

1 1 5 .9
98.9

1 1 7 .9
9 8.9

12.4
5.5

1.7
0

- .2
-2 .7

- 1 .1
.9

1.7
-.1

Cattle h i d e s ....................................................................................................................................

0 4 -11

2 1 7 .0

2 0 3 .6

2 0 2 .5

- 1 0 .3

-.5

-2 .2

.7

- 2 .9

Coal2 .................................................................................................................................................
Natural g as2 ...................................................................................................................................
Crude petroleum 2 .........................................................................................................................

05-1
05-31
0 5-61

9 6.9
7 4.3
75.2

9 7.6
79.4
9 8.0

9 7.9
8 4.7
79.5

.7
3.7
3 2.9

.3
6 .7
- 1 8 .9

.9
- .3
2 9.5

-.6
5.0
-1 6 .1

.3
6 .7
- 1 8 .9

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

0 8-5

1 4 5 .2

1 3 9 .2

138 .7

- 1 .2

-.4

- 1 .2

-2 .5

-.4

W astep ap er2 ...................................................................................................................................

0 9 -12

1 3 0 .9

1 2 9 .0

1 3 1 .4

- 1 3 .4

1.9

0

-.8

1.9

Iron ore2 ..........................................................................................................................................
Iron and steel s c r a p ....................................................................................................................
Nonferrous metal ores (Dec. 1 9 8 3 - 1 0 0 ) 2 ..........................................................................
Copper b ase s c r a p .......................................................................................................................
Aluminum b ase scrap .................................................................................................................

1 0 -11
1 0 -1 2
10-21
10-23-01
10-23 -02

8 3.5
177 .4
106.1
192 .0
178 .3

8 3.5
1 6 1 .6
1 04 .7
177 .7
17 1 .7

8 3.5
1 5 8 .5
9 4.6
177 .8
16 1 .7

.8
4.9
-5 .3
8.9
-6 .4

0
- 1 .9
-9 .6
.1
-5 .8

0
-4 .2
-3 .7
-4 .4
3.7

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

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

Construction sand, gravel, and crushed s t o n e ....................................................................

13-21

125 .7

125 .9

126.1

2.3

.2

.1

.3

.4

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




3 Not available.

15

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

Year
and
month

1986:
January....
February....
March.......
April.........
May..........
June ........
July..........
August......
September
October....
November .
December.
1987:
January....
February....
March.......
April.........
M ay..........
June .........
July..........
August......
September
October....
November.
December.
1988:
January....
February....
March......
April.........
May..........
June ........
July..........
August.....
September
October....
November.
December
1989:
January...
February....
March......
April.........
May..........
June ........
July..........
August.....
September
October...
November
December
1990:
January...
February...
March......
April........
May.........
June ........
July.........
August.....
September
October....
November
December

Finished
goods

Finished
consum er
foods

Finished
consum er
goods
excluding
foods

Capital
juipment

Intermediate
m aterials

10 5 .6
1 0 4 .2
10 2 .9
1 0 2 .3
1 0 2 .8
10 2 .9
1 0 2 .2
10 2 .7
1 0 2 .8
10 3 .5
10 3 .5
10 3 .6

1 0 6 .0
1 0 4 .9
1 0 4 .8
1 0 4 .9
1 0 6 .0
1 0 6 .0
1 0 7 .5
109 .4
10 8 .9
10 9 .8
1 0 9 .8
109 .3

1 0 3 .9
1 0 1 .8
9 9.4
9 8.0
9 8.4
9 8.6
9 6.4
96.4
9 6.9
97.4
9 7.4
97.7

10 8 .5
10 8 .7
10 8 .9
10 9 .2
109 .3
10 9 .6
10 9 .7
109 .8
10 9 .9
1 1 0 .6
1 1 0 .9
1 1 0 .9

10 2 .4
1 0 1 .2
10 0 .0
9 9.0
98.7
98.6
97.9
98.0
9 8.5
98.3
98.4
98.5

9 6.9
96.1
95.9
9 5.5
95.6
95.1
9 5.5
96.9
9 6.9
96.4
9 6.6
96.7

10 2 .7
1 0 1 .5
10 0 .2
9 9.2
9 8.9
98.8
98.1
98.1
9 8 .6
98.4
98.5
98.6

94.3
9 0.5
88.1
8 5.5
8 6.4
8 6.0
8 6.4
8 6.5
8 6.5
8 7.4
8 7.8
8 7.0

93.6
9 1.8
90.9
88.7
9 1.0
90.5
9 3.5
9 6.0
94.7
9 6.0
9 6.2
9 4.8

95.2
89.2
85.1
8 2.0
8 1.5
8 1.1
78.4
75.8
77.1
77.7
78.2
78.3

10 4 .0
10 4 .3
1 0 4 .5
105 .1
1 0 5 .2
10 5 .4
1 0 5 .5
10 5 .7
10 6 .2
106 .1
106 .1
1 0 5 .9

108 .1
10 8 .6
10 8 .2
10 9 .5
1 1 0 .4
1 1 0 .2
1 10 .1
10 9 .3
1 1 0 .0
10 9 .9
1 1 0 .2
109 .1

9 9.0
9 9.4
1 0 0 .0
1 0 0 .3
1 0 0 .0
1 0 0 .4
1 0 0 .7
1 0 1 .4
1 0 1 .8
1 0 1 .7
1 0 1 .6
1 0 1 .7

1 1 1 .1
1 1 1 .0
1 1 1 .1
1 1 1 .4
1 1 1 .5
1 1 1 .4
1 1 1 .6
1 1 1 .9
11 2 .3
1 1 2 .0
112 .1
1 1 2 .2

9 9.0
9 9.7
9 9.9
10 0 .2
1 0 0 .8
1 0 1 .2
10 1 .8
1 0 2 .3
10 2 .6
103 .1
1 0 3 .6
10 3 .8

9 5.6
9 6.9
96.1
9 7.9
1 0 0 .2
9 9.8
99.7
9 9.4
1 0 0 .2
10 0 .8
1 0 1 .5
1 0 1 .8

9 9.2
9 9.9
100 .1
1 0 0 .4
1 0 0 .8
1 0 1 .3
1 0 1 .9
102 .4
102 .7
1 0 3 .3
10 3 .7
1 0 3 .9

8 9.2
90.1
9 0.6
9 2.5
9 3.7
9 4.4
9 5.6
96.5
9 5.9
9 5.8
95.2
94.9

9 2.4
9 3.4
9 3.4
97.3
9 8.9
9 8 .0
97.1
96.7
9 7.0
9 7.3
96.3
9 7.0

8 3.2
84.1
8 4.7
8 5.4
8 6.3
8 7.9
90.3
9 1.9
9 0.8
9 0.6
90.1
8 9.3

1 0 6 .4
1 0 6 .3
1 0 6 .6
1 0 7 .0
1 0 7 .2
1 0 7 .5
1 0 8 .2
1 0 8 .6
1 09 .1
1 0 9 .3
1 0 9 .7
1 1 0 .0

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

1 0 1 .6
1 0 1 .7
1 0 2 .0
1 0 2 .7
1 0 2 .8
1 0 2 .6
1 0 3 .3
1 0 3 .5
1 0 3 .6
1 0 3 .9
1 0 4 .4
1 0 4 .8

1 1 2 .7
1 1 3 .0
1 1 3 .2
1 1 3 .4
1 1 3 .6
1 1 4 .0
1 1 4 .4
1 1 4 .7
11 5 .5
1 1 5 .6
1 1 5 .8
1 1 6 .2

10 4 .3
10 4 .6
10 5 .0
10 5 .6
10 6 .2
107 .1
1 0 7 .8
108 .1
1 0 8 .5
108 .7
109 .1
10 9 .6

102 .8
10 3 .0
103 .2
104 .8
10 4 .5
1 1 0 .5
1 15 .3
1 1 4 .2
1 1 4 .6
1 1 4 .9
1 1 3 .5
1 1 2 .8

10 4 .4
10 4 .6
105 .1
10 5 .7
10 6 .3
10 6 .9
107 .4
10 7 .8
1 0 8 .2
1 0 8 .4
1 0 8 .8
1 0 9 .5

94.1
95.1
9 4.3
95.6
9 5.7
97.0
96.7
96.9
9 6.8
9 6.6
9 5.0
9 7.9

98.1
10 0 .7
10 0 .6
1 0 1 .3
1 0 1 .2
10 6 .3
1 0 8 .5
1 1 0 .2
1 1 2 .3
1 1 3 .4
1 0 9 .2
1 1 0 .9

8 7.3
87.4
86.3
87.8
88.1
8 7.0
8 5.2
8 4.5
8 3.0
8 2.0
82.1
8 5.5

1 1 1 .2
1 1 1 .9
1 1 2 .4
1 13 .1
1 1 3 .9
1 1 4 .0
1 1 3 .6
1 1 3 .3
1 14 .1
1 1 4 .7
1 1 4 .8
1 1 5 .5

1 1 7 .0
1 1 7 .9
1 1 8 .6
1 1 8 .0
1 1 8 .6
1 1 7 .9
1 18 .1
1 1 8 .5
118 .1
1 1 9 .7
12 0 .7
1 2 1 .6

1 0 6 .0
10 6 .9
1 07 .3
10 9 .0
1 1 0 .0
1 1 0 .2
1 0 9 .2
1 0 8 .2
10 9 .7
1 10 .1
10 9 .7
1 1 0 .4

1 1 6 .8
1 1 7 .3
1 1 7 .5
1 1 7 .4
1 18 .1
11 8 .8
1 1 8 .9
11 9 .3
120 .1
12 0 .0
120 .4
12 0 .7

1 1 0 .8
1 1 1 .2
1 1 1 .9
1 1 2 .5
1 1 2 .6
112 .3
1 12 .1
1 1 1 .8
1 1 2 .2
1 1 2 .4
1 1 2 .2
1 1 2 .2

1 1 5 .5
1 1 5 .4
1 1 6 .7
1 1 5 .4
1 1 3 .8
1 1 1 .6
1 1 3 .2
1 1 2 .8
1 1 2 .7
1 1 2 .5
1 1 3 .4
1 13 .1

1 1 0 .5
1 1 1 .0
1 1 1 .6
1 1 2 .3
1 1 2 .5
1 1 2 .4
1 1 2 .0
1 1 1 .8
1 1 2 .2
1 1 2 .4
1 12 .1
1 12 .1

1 0 1 .9
1 0 1 .8
10 3 .5
10 4 .5
10 4 .5
10 3 .3
10 3 .5
1 0 1 .1
1 0 2 .3
10 2 .6
1 0 3 .2
1 0 4 .7

1 1 3 .7
1 1 2 .6
1 1 4 .8
1 12 .1
1 1 0 .8
1 0 9 .6
1 0 8 .9
1 0 9 .7
1 0 9 .0
1 0 9 .0
1 1 1 .4
1 1 3 .9

90.1
90.7
9 2.0
95.1
9 5.9
94.7
9 5.5
9 1.3
9 3.6
94.1
93.5
94.4

1 1 7 .7
1 1 7 .7
1 1 7 .5
1 1 7 .3
1 1 7 .4
1 1 7 .6
1 1 7 .7
1 1 9 .0
1 2 0 .9
1 2 2 .2
1 2 2 .8
1 22 .1

12 4 .4
1 25 .3
1 2 4 .7
1 2 3 .6
1 2 4 .0
1 2 3 .5
1 2 3 .9
12 4 .7
1 2 3 .7
1 2 4 .8
125 .8
1 2 4 .7

1 1 3 .4
1 1 2 .7
1 1 2 .4
1 1 2 .3
1 1 2 .4
1 1 2 .7
1 1 2 .6
1 1 4 .6
1 1 8 .4
1 2 0 .5
1 2 1 .1
1 1 9 .9

12 0 .9
1 2 1 .4
1 2 1 .9
12 2 .0
122 .1
12 2 .6
12 3 .0
12 3 .4
12 4 .2
12 4 .0
124 .3
12 4 .8

1 1 3 .6
11 2 .7
1 1 2 .8
1 1 2 .9
1 1 3 .0
11 2 .7
11 2 .7
11 4 .2
1 1 6 .2
1 1 7 .9
1 1 8 .0
1 1 6 .9

1 1 3 .3
112 .3
1 1 2 .8
11 4 .0
11 5 .4
1 14 .1
1 1 4 .6
1 1 4 .6
1 1 2 .9
1 1 3 .3
1 1 1 .6
1 1 1 .8

1 1 3 .6
1 1 2 .8
1 1 2 .8
1 1 2 .8
1 1 2 .8
1 1 2 .7
1 1 2 .6
1 14 .1
11 6 .3
1 1 8 .2
118 .4
1 1 7 .2

1 0 7 .0
1 0 7 .3
1 0 5 .9
103 .1
1 0 3 .0
10 0 .3
1 0 0 .9
1 1 0 .2
1 1 5 .2
12 5 .2
11 7 .5
1 1 1 .2

1 1 4 .7
1 1 5 .4
1 1 6 .4
1 1 5 .7
1 1 2 .9
1 13 .3
1 1 4 .0
1 1 2 .7
1 1 1 .0
1 1 2 .2
1 1 0 .3
1 1 0 .2

9 7.5
9 7.5
94.8
9 0.9
92.4
8 7.9
88.4
10 3 .6
1 12 .4
12 7 .3
1 1 6 .5
10 6 .7

after original publication.

NOTE: Data for August 1 9 9 0 have been revised to reflect the availability of late
reports and corrections by respondents. All data are subject to revision 4 months




Intermediate
foods
and
feed s

16

Intermediate
m aterials
excluding
foods

Crude
m aterials

Crude
foodstuffs
and
feedstuffs

Crude
nonfood
materials

Table 4. Producer price indexes for the net output of major industry groups
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry
code

Industry1

Index
base
Aug.
19902

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

12/ 84

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

80.4

9 2.2

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

8 7.6

12.9

- 5 .0

Metal m ining............................................................................................................................................................

10

12/ 84

9 9.6

98.0

90.7

-3.1

-7 .4

Anthracite m inin g............................................................................................................................ .......................

11

12/85

104 .0

107 .8

107.8

4.5

0

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

12

12/ 85

96.1

96.7

96.9

1.4

.2

Oil and g as extractio n ..........................................................................................................................................

13

12/85

8 0.7

96.9

90.6

17.2

-6 .5

Mining and quarrying of non-metallic minerals, except fuels ...................................................................

14

12/84

1 13 .8

115 .1

114 .8

3.2

-.3

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

12/84

1 14 .6

1 18 .2

1 17 .2

5.6

-.8

Food and kindred p ro d u c ts................................................................................................................................

20

12/84

1 17 .2

1 16 .6

1 16 .2

2.2

-.3

Tobacco m a n u fa ctu re s........................................................................................................................................

21

12/ 84

186 .0

190 .2

195 .0

12.2

2.5

Textile mill p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................................................................................

22

12/84

1 1 1 .7

1 1 1 .8

1 1 1 .8

1.6

0

Apparel and other finished products m ade from fabrics and similar materials .................................

23

12/84

1 1 3 .8

1 1 4 .3

1 1 4 .3

2.4

0

Lumber and wood products, except furniture...............................................................................................

24

12/84

11 7 .2

115 .1

1 15 .2

-.8

.1

Furniture and fix tu re s............................................................................................................................................

25

12/84

1 19 .4

120 .2

120 .3

2.6

.1

Paper and allied products ...................................................................................................................................

26

12/84

12 1 .8

122 .6

122 .6

.8

0

Printing, publishing, and allied industries.........................................................................................................

27

12/84

130 .8

132 .7

132 .8

5.1

.1

Chem icals and allied p ro d u cts...........................................................................................................................

28

12/ 84

120 .6

123.7

124 .5

5.0

.6

Petroleum refining and related p ro d u c ts........................................................................................................

29

12/84

90.4

116 .7

106.3

39.9

-8 .9

Rubber and m iscellaneous plastic p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................

30

12/84

1 10 .9

112 .2

112 .8

2.1

.5

Leather and leather products ............................................................................................................................

31

12/84

123.2

122 .9

123.1

2.4

.2

Stone, clay, glass, and concrete p ro d u c ts.....................................................................................................

32

12/84

1 10 .0

1 10 .6

1 10 .6

1.8

0

Primary metal industries ......................................................................................................................................

33

12/84

117 .2

116 .6

11 5 .6

-.9

-.9

Fabricated metal products, except machinery and transportation e q u ip m en t...................................

34

12/ 84

1 15 .4

1 1 5 .8

1 1 6 .0

1.8

.2

Machinery, except e le ctric a l...............................................................................................................................

35

12/ 84

1 14 .1

1 1 4 .9

1 15 .1

2.6

.2

Electrical and electronic machinery, equipment, and supplies ...............................................................

36

12/84

109 .0

109.3

109.4

1.5

.1

Transportation equipm ent....................................................................................................................................

37

12/84

115 .1

118 .3

118 .4

3.3

.1

Measuring and controlling instruments; photographic, medical, optical goods; w atches, clocks ..

38

12/84

1 14 .8

1 15 .3

115 .5

2.8

.2
.1

39

12/85

115 .2

115 .7

115 .8

2.4

United S tates Postal Service .............................................................................................................................

43

06/89

100 .0

100 .0

100 .0

0

0

Pipe lines, except natural g a s ............................................................................................................................

46

12/86

96.2

96.2

96.2

1.9

0

M iscellaneous manufacturing in du stries.........................................................................................................

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

? Data for August 19 9 0 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. Data are not seasonally adjusted.
3 Not available.

1 Indexes in this table are derived from the net-output-weighted industry price
indexes shown in table 5. B ecause of differences in coverage and aggregation
m ethodology, they will generally not match the m ovem ents of similarly-titled indexes
which are derived from traditional commodity groupings shown in table 6.




17

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

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

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 19 8 9

Nov. 19 9 0

12/ 84

8 0.4

9 2.2

8 7.6

12.9

-5 .0

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

10

12/ 84

9 9 .6

9 8.0

90.7

-3.1

-7 .4

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

101

12/ 84

8 2.4

8 2.4

82.4

1.2

0

Iron o r e s ....................................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
O res, G reat Lakes a r e a ............................................................................................
P e lle ts .........................................................................................................................
Intra-company tra n s fe rs ....................................................................................
Market sa le s ........................................................................................................
Ores, all areas, excluding Great L a k e s ...............................................................
Other o r e s .................................................................................................................
Market sa le s .........................................................................................................

1011

12/ 84
12/ 84
12/ 84
12/ 84
12/ 89
02/ 90
12/84
12/84
12/ 89

82.4
8 4.2
8 1.3
78.8
100 .9
(3)
102 .7
1 1 0 .6
1 10 .6

8 2.4
8 4 .2
8 1 .3
7 8.8
100 .9
1 00 .0
1 02 .7
1 1 0 .6
1 10 .6

8 2.4
8 4.2
8 1.3
7 8.8
100 .9
100 .0
102 .7
1 10 .6
1 10 .6

1.2
1.2
.9
(3)
.9
(3)
(3)
(3)
10.6

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Copper o r e s .......................................................................................................... ..................

102

0 6/ 88

122.1

1 2 1 .6

1 1 0 .0

- 3 .9

-9 .5

Copper o r e s .............................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
C opper concentrates, copper precipitates, and crude copper o r e s ...........
C opper c o n c e n tra te s .............................................................................................

10 2 1
10 2 1-P
1 0 2 1-3
102 1-30 2

0 6/ 88
0 6/ 88
0 6/ 88
0 6/ 88

122 .1
12 4 .9
1 2 4 .9
1 2 3 .8

1 2 1 .6
1 2 5 .3
1 2 5 .3
1 2 6 .4

1 1 0 .0
1 1 2 .8
11 2 .8
11 2 .9

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

-9 .5
- 1 0 .0
- 1 0 .0
- 1 0 .7

1 0 1 1 -P
10 11-2
1011-21
1011-211
1011-212
1 0 1 1 -3
1 0 1 1 -3 2
1 0 1 1 -3 2 2

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

104

12/ 84

8 1 .6

77.9

76.2

- 9 .9

-2 .2

Gold o res ..................................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Gold mill bullion, including d o r e .............................................................................
Gold mill bullion, including d o r e .........................................................................

10 4 1
1 0 4 1-P
1 0 4 1 -4
1 0 4 1-4 0 1

06/ 85
06/ 85
0 6/ 85
0 6/ 85

1 1 1 .3
1 1 1 .3
1 1 3 .6
1 1 3 .6

1 1 1 .2
1 1 1 .2
1 1 3 .5
1 13 .5

1 1 1 .1
1 1 1 .1
1 1 3 .4
1 13 .4

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

-.1
-.1
-.1
-.1

Silver o r e s .................................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................

1044
1044-P

12/ 83
12/ 83

68.1
68.1

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

Metal mining s e r v ic e s ............................................................................................................

108

12/ 85

108 .7

108 .7

108 .7

.4

0

Metal mining s e r v ic e s ............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Prospect and test drilling......................................................................................

108 1

12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85

108 .7
10 9 .0
1 1 1 .9

108 .7
109 .0
1 1 1 .9

108 .7
109 .0
1 1 1 .9

.4
.5
0

0
0
0

M iscellaneous metal o r e s ....................................................................................................

109

12/ 85

74.2

7 1.5

58.2

11.5

-1 8 .6

Metal ores, n.e.c.......................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Metal ores, n.e.c...........................................................................................................
Other crude ores and concentrates, such a s antimony, rare-earth
metals, beryllium, and t in ..............................................................................

10 9 9
1099-P
1099-1

12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85

1 39 .4
13 9 .4
1 39 .4

134 .2
1 3 3 .9
133 .9

132 .9
13 2 .5
132 .5

7.6
7.3
(3)

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

1 0 9 9 -10 3

12/ 85

135 .3

12 4 .8

125 .6

2 7.0

.6

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

11

12/ 85

1 04 .0

107 .8

107 .8

4.5

0

A n th ra cite..................................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................. ...............
Prepared anthracite s h ip p e d ...................................................................................

1111
1111-P
1111-2

12/ 79
12/ 79
12/ 79

15 6 .6
1 5 6 .7
157 .3

162 .4
1 6 1 .6
16 3 .2

162 .4
1 6 1 .6
16 3 .2

4.4
2.9
4.5

0
0
0

1 2 1 1 -P
1 2 1 1 -A
1211-2
12 11-2 11
12 11-2 118
12 11-2 118 2
1211-2119
1211-21191
1211-21192
1 2 11-2 12
12 11-2 12 8
1211-212 81
12 11-2 12 9
1211-212 91
12 11-2 12 9 2
12 11-2 13
1211-213 8
12 11-2 13 8 2
12 11-2 13 9
1211-213 91
12 11-2 13 9 2
1 2 11-2 14
12 11-2 14 9
1211-214 91

1 08 1-P
1 0 8 1-8 0 3

(3)
(3)

Bituminous coal and lignite m in in g ...................................................................................

12

12/ 85

96.1

9 6.7

9 6.9

1.4

.2

Bituminous coal and lign ite..................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
P re p a re d ........................................................................................................................
Steam electric u tilitie s...........................................................................................
North A p p ala ch ia .................................................................................................
S p o t .....................................................................................................................
Su rface m in e .................................................................................................
Contract .............................................................................................................
Underground mine .....................................................................................
Surface m in e .................................................................................................
South A p p ala ch ia ................................................................................................
S p o t .....................................................................................................................
Underground mine .....................................................................................
Contract .............................................................................................................
Underground mine .....................................................................................
Surface m in e .................................................................................................
Midwest .................................................................................................................
S p o t .....................................................................................................................
Surface m in e .................................................................................................
Contract .............................................................................................................
Underground mine .....................................................................................
Surface m in e .................................................................................................
W e s t ........................................................................................................................
Contract .............................................................................................................
Underground mine .....................................................................................

1211

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

10 0 .0
10 0 .6
9 8.9
105 .1
1 0 1 .7
1 0 0 .3
1 0 9 .2
1 0 1 .5
94.9
99.8
100 .0
87.3
107 .5
102 .0
1 0 1 .7
103 .5
102 .8
87.8
69.5
104 .3
96.5
94.5
1 14 .9
1 15 .8
1 0 1 .8

1 0 0 .7
10 1 .2
9 9.7
1 0 5 .9
1 0 2 .6
10 2 .3
1 1 0 .0
102 .1
95.5
100 .5
10 0 .9
87.0
106 .6
103.1
103 .3
10 3 .8
1 0 1 .3
87.2
68.8
10 2 .7
96.8
92.5
1 17 .5
1 18 .4
99.5

10 0 .9
1 0 1 .9
99.6
107 .7
10 4 .0
10 2 .0
1 1 0 .2
10 3 .8
97.0
102 .2
10 1 .4
86.8
106 .4
103 .8
103.4
105 .3
10 1 .4
87.0
68.5
102 .9
97.2
92.6
1 22 .5
123 .5
99.7

1.3
1.0
1.1
2.7
3.5
3.2
5.3
3.5
3.0
4.4
1.4
4.0
7.2
1.1
-.9
3.3
.6
.7
-2 .6
.7
2.6
.1
4.6
4.8
.3

.2
.7
-.1
1.7
1.4
-.3
2
1.7
1.6
1.7
.5
-.2
-.2
.7
.1
1.4
.1
-.2
-.4
.2
.4
.1
4.3
4.3
.2

See footnotes at end of table.




18

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
1990?

Bituminous coal and lignite—Continued
Surface m in e ................................................................................................
Metallurgical/coke p ro d u c e r................................................................................
S p o t .........................................................................................................................
C o n tra c t...........
All other industrial
North Appalachia
S p o t ..............
Contract .......
South A p p a la c h ia ...............................................................................................
Spot ...
Contract
Midwest
Spot ...
Contract ............................................................................................................
W est
Spot
Export
Unprepared
For preparation at other establishm ents .........................................................
For use without preparation ................................................................................
Intracompany shipm ents ..........................................................................................

97.9
1211-214 92
12/ 86
1211-3
12/81
8 3.8
1211-316 8
10 4 .6
12/ 86
12 11-3 16 9
12/ 86
1 0 1 .2
1211-4
9 2.7
12/81
1211-411
85.1
12/81
82.6
12 11-4118
06/ 85
12 11-4 119
12/81
85.1
12/81
9 1.1
12 11-4 12
1211-412 8
12/ 84
8 4.8
12 11-4 12 9
12/81
9 3.6
12 11-4 13
1 05 .5
12/81
1 0 2 .7
12 11-4 13 8
06/ 85
1 03 .7
1211-413 9
12/81
12 11-4 14
05/ 84
8 7.0
12 11-4 14 8
12/ 86
10 4 .5
12 11-6
04/ 82
6 7.3
68.1
107 .1
1 2 1 1 -1
12/81
102 .9
1211-10 1
12/81
12 11-10 2
12/81
1 1 1 .5
1211-8
12/ 86
9 5.9

Bituminous coal and lignite mining s e r v ic e s ...................................................................
Primary s e r v ic e s ..............................................................................................................
Exploration and developm ent work ......................................................................
Drilling.........................................................................................................................
Other bituminous coal and lignite mining services ..........................................

1213

Oil and g as extraction ..........................................................................................................

1 0 1 .2
8 4.9
1 0 2 .6
103 .1
93.1
8 5.2
8 3.0
(3)
9 1.7
8 5.8
9 4.3
105 .5
1 0 2 .2
103 .7
8 7.6
108 .9
58.8
10 6 .6
1 0 1 .7
1 1 1 .4
9 6.5

Dec.
1990?

106 .5
84.1
10 2 .6
10 2 .0
9 3.2
85.1
8 2.8
(3)
9 2.0
8 5.5
94.6
105 .5
102 .2
103 .7
8 7.6
108 .9
- 1 2 .1
107.1
(3)
1 1 1 .5
100 .7

Dec. 19 8 9

5.9
3.3
-.2
4.0
2.0
1.4
6.6
0
4.8
3.6

Nov. 19 9 0

1.0
(3)
3.0
-.1

5.2
-.9
.0
- 1 .1
.1
-.1
-.2
(3)
.3
-.3
.3
0
0
0
0
0
- 1 3 .7
.5
( ’)
.1
4.4
-.7
-.7
0
0
-4 .4

5.0
-2 .0
-.5
-2 .2
-.1
1 1.7

1 0 7 .2
10 7 .2
109.1
10 7 .5
8 7.9

106 .5
106 .5
109 .1
107 .5
8 4.0

.8
.8
4.5
4.9
-7 .9

8 0.7

96.9

9 0.6

17.2

-6 .5

7 6.0

9 1.0

83.1

17.4

-8 .7

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

76.0
76.0
8 1.9
69.8
6 1.7
94.7

9 1.0
9 1.1
106 .7
74.6
67.3
97.0

83.1
83.2
8 6.6
79.5
7 1.8
103.1

17.4
17.5
33.0
3.7
2.1
7.1

-8 .7
-8 .7
- 1 8 .8
6.6
6.7
6.3

06/84

69.4

84.6

85.1

16.6

.6

06/ 84
06/84
06/ 84
06/84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
0 6/ 84
06/84

69.4
69.3
67.3
55.2
68 .8
6 9.0
78.3
55.2
64.1
60.2

8 4.6
8 4.6
122 .7
115 .3
152 .4
1 1 6 .0
1 2 1 .5
1 1 3 .0
1 1 8 .9
1 1 3 .6

85.1
85.0
106.1
100 .9
127 .9
98.9
1 0 0 .5
104 .8
107 .4
103 .6

16.6
16.6
82.0
66.5
4 3.6
70.8
59.5
8 3.9
95.6
72.7

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

12/85

9 5.9

98.4

99.5

8.0

1.1

138 1-P
13 8 1-7
1 3 8 1-7 0 1
1 3 8 1-9
1 3 8 1-9 0 1

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

9 1.3
9 1.0
92.7
92.7
90.7
90.6

93.3
93.0
96.2
96.2
92.5
92.3

94.3
94.0
108.1
108.1
9 1.3
9 1.2

6.4
6.3
30.1
30.1
2.2
2.2

1.1
1.1
12.4
12.4
- 1 .3
- 1 .2

1382-P
138 2-80 1
13 8 2 -8 0 1 0 1

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

70.1
6 8.9
68.9
6 9.6

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

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

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

( ’)
O
(3)
( ’)

1389-P
138 9-7
1 3 8 9 -7 3 6
13 8 9 -9
1389-901

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

104 .8
105 .4
102 .7
9 0.9
105 .9
109.9

106 .3
1 06 .6
104.1
(3)
107 .0
110.1

107.8
108 .2
104.1
(3)
109.0
(3)

8.5
8.5
3.2
(3)
9.5
(3)

1.4
1.5
0
(3)
1.9
( ’)

1 3 8 9 -9 0 2
1 3 8 9 -9 1 4

12/ 85
12/ 85

130 .3
99.5

1 3 1 .3
101.1

(3)
1 0 1 .3

(3)
6.3

(3)
.2

1389-915
1 3 8 9 -9 2 5
1 3 8 9 -9 3 6

12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85

97.9
94.8
9 6.8

(3)
100.8
9 9.7

1 00 .4
100 .1
99.1

2.6
1 1.0
5.0

( ’)
-.7
-.6

0 6/ 85
06/ 85
0 6/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85

1 0 7 .5
107 .5
109 .1
1 0 7 .6
9 1.4

13

12/ 85
06/ 84

1 2 13 -P
12 1 3 -1
12 13 -12
1 2 1 3 -3

Crude petroleum and natural g a s ......................................................................................

131

Crude petroleum and natural g a s .....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Crude p etro leu m .........................................................................................................
Natural g a s ...................................................................................................................
S a le s to interstate pipelines ...........................................................................
S a le s to intrastate pipelines ...........................................................................

1311

Natural gas liquids .................................................................................................................

132

Natural gas liquids .................................................................................................................
Primary products
Natural gas liquids......................................................................................................
Plant c o n d e n sa te ....................................................................................................
E th a n e ....
Natural gasoline
Propane .....................................................................................................................
B u ta n e ........................................................................................................................
G as mixtures ...........................................................................................................
Other natural g as liquids......................................................................................

1321

Oil and gas field services ....................................................................................................

1 38

Drilling oil and gas wells ......................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
O ffshore drilling ..........................................................................................................
Drilling oil, gas, dry and service w e lls ..............................................................
Onshore drilling...........................................................................................................
Drilling oil, gas, dry and service w e lls ..............................................................

1381

Oil and gas exploration s e rv ic e s ........................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Geophysical exploration ...........................................................................................
L a n d ............................................................................................................................

13 8 2

Oil and gas field services, n.e.c..........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Offshore field services, n.e.c....................................................................................
Other oil and gas field s e r v ic e s .........................................................................
Onshore field services, n.e.c....................................................................................
Cementing w e lls ......................................................................................................
Acidizing and other chemical treatm ent of wells, excluding hydraulic
fracturin g ............................................................................................................
Running, cutting, and pulling casing, tubes and r o d s .................................
Installing production equipment, such a s wellhead fittings, pumps,
and e n g in e s ......................................................................................................
Cleaning out, bailing out, or swabbing w e lls ..................................................
Other oil and g as field s e r v ic e s .........................................................................

13 8 9

1 3 1 1-P
1 3 1 1-1
1 3 1 1 -5
1 3 1 1-5 3 2 0 1
1 3 1 1 -5 3 2 0 2

132 1-P
1 3 2 1-2
1 3 2 1-2 1 1
132 1-215
1 3 2 1 -2 2 2
1 3 2 1-2 3 1
1 3 2 1 -2 3 2
1 3 2 1 -2 3 4
1 3 2 1-2 9 8

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

19

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Oil and g as field services, n.e.c.—Continued
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Drilling oil and g as w e l l s .......................................................................................

1389-SM
1 3 8 9 -S
138 1-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

12/ 85
12/ 85

9 6.0
9 4.9

1 0 1 .1
(3)

10 1.1
97.7

8.9
3.0

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 19 9 0

0
(3)

Mining and quarrying of non-metallic minerals, except f u e ls .......................

14

12/ 84

1 1 3 .8

1 15 .1

1 1 4 .8

3.2

-.3

Dimension stone .....................................................................................................................

141

06/ 85

1 1 3 .4

1 1 3 .9

1 14 .1

1.4

.2

Dimension stone .....................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Rough dimension lim e sto n e ....................................................................................
Rough dimension granite .........................................................................................
Other rough dimension s t o n e .................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

1411

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

1 1 3 .4
1 1 3 .6
1 2 1 .8
1 10 .8
1 10 .5

1 1 3 .9
1 1 3 .6
1 2 1 .8
1 10 .8
1 10 .5

114 .1
1 1 3 .6
12 1 .8
110 .8
1 10 .5

1.4
.9
2.2
.5
.5

.2
0
0
0
0

06/ 89

1 00 .7

109.1

113 .0

12.1

3.6

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

142

12/84

1 15 .7

1 16 .1

116 .3

2.0

.2

Crushed and broken lim e sto n e ..........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................
North Central region ........
East North Central division
W est North Central d ivision .................................................................................
Other r e g io n s .....................
South region ...................
South Atlantic division .......................................................................................
East South Central division ..............................................................................
W est South Central division ............................................................................
Northeast region .....................................................................................................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Seco ndary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

14 2 2

12/83
12/ 83
0 6/ 89
12/ 83
12/ 83
12/ 83
0 6/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
0 6/ 89
06/ 89

119 .1
120 .1
1 0 2 .7
1 2 1 .7
1 1 7 .3
1 2 1 .2
1 0 1 .0
1 0 1 .2
1 0 1 .7
100 .1
102 .9

1 19 .7
12 0 .6
103 .1
1 2 1 .9
1 1 8 .3
1 2 1 .6
1 0 1 .6
1 0 1 .5
10 2 .4
1 0 1 .1
10 2 .6

1 19 .9
120 .8
103 .4
1 2 1 .9
1 19 .1
1 2 1 .8
1 0 1 .7
1 0 1 .9
1 0 1 .8
1 0 1 .1
103.1

2.6
2.4
3.2
3.6
2.7
2.1
2.3
2.9
2.0
1.1
2.7

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

Crushed and broken granite, n.e.c............................................................... ......................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Granite and related rocks ........................................................................................
South Atlantic re g io n .............................................................................................
Other reg io n s............................................................................................................

14 2 3

Crushed and broken stone, n.e.c.......................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
T rap ro ck.....................................................................................................................
S a n d s to n e .................................................................................................................
Other, (slate, volcanic rock, e tc .) .......................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

1429

Sand and g ra v e l......................................................................................................................

144

Construction sand and gravel ............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Construction sand ......................................................................................................
Northeastern Region .............................................................................................
New England .......................................................................................................
Mid-Atlantic ...........................................................................................................
North Central Region ............................................................................................
East North Central .............................................................................................
W est North Central ............................................................................................
Southern R e g io n .....................................................................................................
South Atlantic ......................................................................................................
East South C e n tra l.............................................................................................
W est South C e n tra l............................................................................................
W estern Region ......................................................................................................
M ountain................................................................................................................
Pacific ..............
Construction gravel
N ortheastern Region .............................................................................................
New England .
Mid-Atlantic ...........................................................................................................
North Central Region ............................................................................................
East North Central .............................................................................................
W est North Central ............................................................................................
Southern R e g io n .....................................................................................................
South Atlantic ......................................................................................................
East South C e n tra l.............................................................................................
W est South C e n tra l............................................................................................
W estern Region ......................................................................................................
M ountain................................................................................................................
Pacific .....................................................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................

1442

1 4 1 1-P
1411-10 1
1 4 1 1-5 0 1
1 4 1 1 -9 0 1
1411-S M
1 4 1 1-S

142 2-P
142 2-1
14 2 2 -112
142 2-113
14 2 2 -2
142 2-21
1 4 2 2 -2 1 1
1 4 2 2 -2 1 2
1 4 2 2 -2 1 3
1 4 2 2 -2 2
1422-SM
14 2 2 -S

1429-P
1 4 2 9 -11111
142 9-11112
142 9-11114
1429-SM
1 4 2 9 -S

1442-P
144 2-3
1442-3A
144 2-31
144 2-32
1442-3B
144 2-33
1 44 2-34
1442-3C
144 2-35
14 4 2 -3 6
1 4 4 2 -3 7
1442-3D
144 2-38
1 4 4 2 -3 9
14 4 2 -5
144 2-5A
1 44 2-51
1 4 4 2 -5 2
1 442-5B
1 4 4 2 -5 3
1 4 4 2 -5 4
144 2-5C
1 4 4 2 -5 5
1 4 4 2 -5 6
1 4 4 2 -5 7
1442-5D
1 4 4 2 -5 8
1 4 4 2 -5 9
1442-SM

See footnotes at end of table.




20

102 .8

103 .2

103 .2

.6

0

12 5 .8
1 25 .9

125 .7
125 .7

125 .7
125 .7

4.5
4.4

0
0

12/83
12/83

129 .7
113 .8

12 9 .5
114 .1

129 .5
114 .0

6.0
- 1 .6

0
-.1

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

120 .8
1 2 1 .0
1 18 .8
108.1
1 39 .4

1 2 1 .5
1 2 1 .7
1 18 .5
107 .9
144 .7

1 2 1.7
1 2 1.9
1 17 .8
108 .0
144.7

- 1 .2
- 1 .4
- 5 .8
-.1
8.4

.2
.2
-.6
.1
0

12/83

1 1 9 .2

1 1 9 .2

1 1 9 .2

1.1

0

12/84

1423-P
1 4 2 3 -1 1 1
142 3-11101
14 2 3 -1110 2

12/83
12/ 83
12/83

120 .4

120 .3

120 .5

3.5

.2

06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
0 6/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
0 6/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82

127 .9
128 .5
1 3 1 .3
144 .0
172 .2
136.1
12 3 .9
128 .5
1 14 .6
1 2 1 .0
133 .6
103 .2
107.1
142 .3
9 0.5
15 6 .7
1 2 6 .2
1 3 9 .5
158 .1
1 2 6 .3
1 3 0 .7
1 3 4 .6
12 0 .5
1 2 0 .7
1 3 4 .2
1 0 7 .9
1 1 5 .9
1 1 7 .9
1 0 5 .7
1 2 3 .8

127 .6
12 8 .0
13 1 .3
143 .6
172 .2
135 .4
12 4 .2
12 9 .6
11 3 .4
1 2 2 .6
137.1
1 0 1 .6
108 .4
1 4 1 .0
9 0.5
1 5 4 .9
1 2 5 .2
1 3 5 .3
1 4 9 .2
12 4 .8
1 3 0 .4
134 .1
1 2 0 .5
1 2 0 .0
(3)
1 0 7 .9
1 1 4 .5
1 1 7 .6
1 0 5 .8
1 2 3 .3

127 .9
128 .3
13 1 .2
143 .6
172 .2
135 .4
124.4
129 .7
1 13 .6
122 .3
137.1
102 .9
107.4
140 .9
89.9
155 .0
12 5 .9
138 .9
15 8 .7
1 2 4 .9
130 .5
1 3 4 .2
120 .5
120 .3
134 .2
107 .9
1 15 .1
1 1 7 .9
106 .2
12 3 .6

3.2
3.1
3.9
.3
-.4
1.0
1.4
1.8
.4
6.8
4.8
.1
1 1.4
5.1
-.1
7.0
2.4
1.8
4.1
0
3.4
3.0
4.2
1.5
1.6
.7
1.7
2.8
.1
4.1

.2
.2
-.1
0
0
0
.2
.1
.2
-.2
0
1.3
-.9
-.1
-.7
.1
.6
2.7
6.4
.t
.1
.1
0
.3
(3)
0
.5
.3
.4
.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

Construction sand and gravel—Continued
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
Contract work and other m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

Nov.
199 0 2

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

1442-M
1442-X Y 9
1 4 4 2 -S

06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82

15 0 .8
137 .2
10 4 .6

1 5 0 .8
137 .2
10 9 .0

1 5 0 .8
13 7 .2
109 .0

7.9
7.9
3.8

0
0
0

1 446-P
1446-1
1 44 6-5
1 44 6-9
1 4 4 6 -9 0 1 0 1
1 4 4 6 -9 0 1 0 9

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

1 19 .4
1 19 .1
12 0 .0
13 0 .7
108.1
125 .0
127.1

1 19 .8
1 19 .5
120 .0
1 3 1 .9
108 .7
125 .0
128 .3

1 19 .8
1 19 .5
120 .0
1 3 1 .9
1 08 .7
125 .0
128 .2

5.4
5.5
8.3
3.1
2.9
6.7
2.7

0
0
0
0
0
0
-.1

1455-P
145 5-20 1

Industrial s a n d .........................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
G lass sand ...................................................................................................................
Molding s a n d ................................................................................................................
Other industrial sand, n.e.c.......................................................................................
Abrasive sand, including blast s a n d ..................................................................
Other industrial sand, n.e.c...................................................................................

14 4 6

Clay, ceramic, and refractory m inerals............................................................................

145

12/84

109 .7

110 .1

1 10 .2

1.3

.1

Kaolin and ball c l a y ...............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Prepared kaolin and ball c l a y ............. ...................................................................

14 5 5

06/ 84
06/ 84
06/84

1 1 1 .6
1 1 1 .7
1 1 1 .8

1 12 .0
1 12 .0
112 .1

1 1 1 .9
1 1 1 .9
1 12 .0

.2
.1
.1

-.1
-.1
-.1

Clay and related minerals, n. e. c .....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Bentonite .......................................................................................................................
Prepared b en to n ite .................................................................................................
Fire c l a y .........................................................................................................................
Crude fire c l a y .........................................................................................................
Prepared fire c la y ....................................................................................................
F eld sp a r.........................................................................................................................
Common clay and s h a le ...........................................................................................
C ru d e ..........................................................................................................................
P re p are d .....................................................................................................................
Other clay and related m in e ra ls.............................................................................
P re p are d .....................................................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

14 5 9

06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
12/84
12/ 84
06/ 90
06/84
06/84
06/ 84
06/84
06/84
06/ 84

1 19 .4
1 19 .0
95.7
95.4
98.7
1 18 .8
100 .0
1 19 .1
123 .2
129 .5
122 .5
1 16 .2
116 .4

1 19 .7
1 19 .4
95.9
95.5
9 8.9
1 18 .8
1 00 .3
119 .1
123 .3
129 .5
122 .6
1 17 .0
117 .2

120.1
1 19 .7
97.4
97.2
98.9
1 18 .8
100 .3
119 .1
123 .3
129 .5
122 .6
1 15 .9
1 16 .2

5.3
5.1
1.1
1.0
O
(3)
(3)
(3)
5.3
(3)
6.1
4.7
4.8

.3
.3
1.6
1.8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.9
-.9

06/84

125 .2

125 .2

12 5 .2

6 .9

0

Chemical and fertilizer mineral mining .............................................................................

147

12/84

106 .7

109 .9

108 .5

4 .9

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

1459-P
1459-1
1 4 5 9 -1 1 3
14 5 9 -2
1 4 5 9 -2 1 2
1 4 5 9 -2 1 3
14 5 9 -6
145 9-7
1 4 5 9 -7 1 1
145 9-72 1
145 9-9
14 5 9-92 1
1459-SM
14 5 9 -S

1474-P
147 4-20 1
147 4-30 1

1 19 .9
1 19 .7
114 .1
128 .4

1 1 7 .8
1 17 .6
1 1 1 .8
126.4

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

93.1
93.4
93.4
84.6
98.4
76.6

9 5.4
9 5.7
95.8
8 6.6
100 .3
77.0

93.3
9 3.6
93.6
84.7
98.1
77.0

4.5
4.6
4.7
4.2
11 .2
13.2

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

1479-P
1479-1
1 4 7 9 -12 2
147 9-3
14 7 9 -3 3 3
147 9-9

12/89
12/89
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/89

10 1 .9
10 1 .7
79.9
75.3
109 .0
9 6.6
103.4

107 .7
107 .9
80.2
75.5
1 12 .6
1 05 .6
103.4

109.1
109.4
80.2
75.5
1 14 .9
1 1 1 .3
103 .4

9.1
9.4
.4
.3
2.2
5.9
3.4

1.3
1.4
0
0
2.0
5.4
0

148 1-P
1 4 8 1-8 0 3
1 4 8 1-8 0 3 0 2
14 8 1-8 0 4

1475

Chemical and fertilizer mineral mining, n.e.c...................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
B a rite ..............................................................................................................................
Prepared b a rite ........................................................................................................
Rock salt .......................................................................................................................
Northern region rock s a l t .....................................................................................
Chemical and fertilizer mineral mining, n.e.c.......................................................

1 17 .5
1 17 .3
110 .1
127 .2

147 4

Phosphate rock .......................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
P rocessed phosphate r o c k .....................................................................................
W ashed or concentrated phosphate r o c k ......................................................
Dried phosphate r o c k ............................................................................................
6 6% and up to but not including 7 0% BPL................................................

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

1475-P
147 5-2
147 5-20 1
14 7 5 -2 0 6
14 7 5 -2 0 6 0 2

Potash, soda, and borate m in erals...................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
P rocessed or refined potassium salts ..................................................................
Natural sodium c a rb o n a te s .....................................................................................

3.4
3.4
2.7
3.2

1479

Non-metallic minerals (except fuels) s e rv ic e s ...............................................................

148

06/ 85

102.2

102 .2

102.9

0

.7

Non-metallic minerals (except fuels) s e rv ic e s ...............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Drilling ............................................................................................................................
Other drilling including b la stin g ..........................................................................
Open-pit or quarry mining for others ....................................................................

1481

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

102 .2
102 .9
108.4
108.4
79.9

102 .2
1 02 .9
108.4
108.4
C)

102 .9
103 .6
11 0 .5
1 10 .5
O

0
1.0
5.6
5.6
( ’)

.7
.7
1.9
1.9
<’)

M iscellaneous nonmetallic minerals, except f u e ls ........................................................

1 49

12/84

118 .4

1 19 .2

118 .7

1.3

-.4

Gypsum m ining........................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Crushed, ground, screened, or dried gypsum ...................................................

14 9 2
1492-P
149 2-20 1

12/84
12/84
12/84

107 .6
107 .6
107.8

107 .6
107 .6

5.6
5.6
5.9

0
0

C)

107 .6
107 .6
107.8

Talc, soapstone, and p yrophyllite.....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................

1496
1496-P

06/ 85
06/85

1 1 1 .9
1 1 1 .9

1 1 1 .9
1 1 1 .9

1 12 .2
1 12 .2

2.2
2.2

.3
.3

M iscellaneous nonmetallic m in e ra ls.................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
P e a t .................................................................................................................................
Other nonmetallic minerals, n .e.c...........................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary products ...................................................................................................

14 9 9

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

1 10 .5
1 10 .6
109.1
119 .5

1 1 1 .5
1 1 1 .6
113 .1
120 .0

1 10 .8
1 10 .9
113 .1
119 .8

.6
.8
3.7
3.2

-.6
-.6
0
-.2

06/ 85

109.5

110 .1

110 .1

.9

0

1499-P
149 9-50 1
14 9 9 -9 8 8
1499-SM
1 49 9-S

See footnotes at end of table.




21

( ’)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
b ase .
Aug.
199 0 2

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

12/84

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

1 1 4 .6

1 1 8 .2

1 1 7 .2

5.6

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

- 0 .8

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

20

12/84

117 .2

1 1 6 .6

1 16 .2

2.2

-.3

Meat p ro d u cts..........................................................................................................................

201

12/ 84

120 .0

120.1

1 19 .9

7.4

-.2

Meat packing p la n t s ..............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
M iscellaneous byproducts of meatpacking plants, except sausage
c a s in g s ...................................................................................................................
Edible tallow and stearin ......................................................................................
Beef, not canned or m ade into sausage ............................................................
W hole carc ass b e e f ................................................................................................
USDA choice beef c a r c a s s e s .........................................................................
Other USDA graded and ungraded beef c a r c a s s e s ................................
Primal and fabricated b eef c u t s .........................................................................
B o neless beef, including h am b u rger.................................................................
Variety m eats (edible o r g a n s ) .............................................................................
Pork, fresh and fr o z e n ..............................................................................................
W hole c arcass p o rk ................................................................................................
Primal and fabricated cuts (incl trim m ings)....................................................
Variety m eats (fresh edible o rg a n s ) ..................................................................
L a rd .................................................................................................................................
Lard, commercial sizes (over 3 lb s .) .................................................................
Pork, processed or cured (not canned or m ade into s a u s a g e )...................
Hams and picnics, except c a n n e d ....................................................................
Sliced b a c o n .............................................................................................................
S a u sa g e and similar products (not c a n n e d ) .......................................................
Fresh s a u s a g e ..........................................................................................................
Frankfurters or w ie n e r s .........................................................................................
Other sausage, sm oked or c o o k e d ...................................................................
Hides, skins, and pelts .............................................................................................
Cattle hides, except kip ........................................................................................
Other hides, skins, and pelts, except k i p ........................................................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R e s a le s ......................................................................................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2011

12/ 80
12/ 80

122.1
124.1

12 2 .6
123 .8

122 .7
12 3 .9

9.7
9.5

.1
.1

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

80.8
74.4
1 15 .0
12 2 .2
1 1 5 .6
12 0 .0
10 4 .3
1 0 3 .9
68.0
137 .9
155 .8
132 .3
133 .4
96.8
95.0
12 6 .5
12 3 .3
13 8 .4
13 0 .6
15 0 .3
12 7 .3
123 .1
18 8 .8
19 0 .5
9 4.2

83.0
76.4
118 .3
12 4 .8
12 5 .8
1 1 1 .7
1 10 .4
98.1
68.3
127 .3
13 6 .5
122 .7
1 19 .8
10 8 .6
10 6 .6
12 9 .6
1 3 2 .2
1 3 2 .6
12 8 .9
145 .1
12 6 .6
1 2 1 .0
17 7 .2
17 8 .8
9 0.3

8 6.0
79.2
1 1 9 .8
12 6 .0
126 .0
1 1 4 .2
1 12 .1
1 0 1.1
66.4
12 5 .0
(3)
1 2 1 .0
1 15 .5
108 .3
106 .3
12 7 .8
1 2 9 .3
1 3 1 .9
12 7 .5
142 .1
1 2 6 .7
1 1 9 .6
17 6 .2
17 7 .8
9 0.3

- 1 6 .2
- 8 .5
9.3
7.7
10.6
3.4
14.4
- 1 .7
5.2
14.4
(3)
15.0
42.8
7.9
7.8
1 1 .8
1 1 .5
14.1
12 .0
14.7
7.4
12 .3
- 1 0 .3
- 1 0 .2
3.1

3.6
3.7
1.3
1.0
.2
2.2
1.5
3.1
-2 .8
- 1 .8
(3)
- 1 .4
-3 .6
-.3
-.3
- 1 .4
-2 .2
-.5
- 1 .1
-2 .1
.1
- 1 .2
- .6
-.6
0

12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80

1 1 1 .1
1 1 0 .6
9 2.8

1 1 6 .5
1 1 6 .0
9 4.7

1 1 6 .4
1 1 5 .9
9 4.5

10 .2
10 .3
19 .2

-.1
-.1
-.2

S a u sa g e s and other prepared m e a ts ...............................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Portion control and m iscellaneous processed, frozen, or cooked m eats .
Frozen ground m eat p a t tie s ................................................................................
Frozen portion control other than ground m eat p a t tie s .............................
M iscellaneous p rocessed , frozen, or cooked m eats ...................................
Pork, p rocessed or cured, including frozen (not canned or m ade into
sausage) ................................................................................................................
Hams and picnics, except canned ....................................................................
Sliced b a c o n .............................................................................................................
Other sm oked p o r k .................................................................................................
Boiled ham, barbecued pork, and other cooked pork, except canned
m eats and s a u s a g e ........................................................................................
S a u sa g e s and similar products (not c a n n e d ) ....................................................
Fresh sausage, pork sausage, breakfast links, e tc.......................................
Dry and semidry sau sage (salami, cervelat, summer sausage,
pepperoni, pork roll, etc.) .............................................................................
Frankfurters and w ie n e r s ......................................................................................
Other sausage, sm oked or cooked (bologna, liverwurst, Polish
sausage, luncheon m eats, e t c .) ..................................................................
Canned m eats (except dog and cat food) containing 20-percent or more
m e a t ........................................................................................................................
Other canned m e a ts ..............................................................................................
Seco ndary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous re c e ip t s .............................................................................................
R e s a le s ......................................................................................................................
Seco ndary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2013
2 0 1 3-P
2 0 1 3-B
2 0 1 3 -B 1 1
2 0 1 3 -B 1 3
2 0 1 3 -B 1 9

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

1 1 5 .5
1 1 3 .3
12 4 .7
1 1 1 .8
1 1 3 .2
1 1 4 .3

1 1 5 .9
1 1 4 .6
12 4 .8
1 0 9 .7
1 1 3 .4
1 1 6 .3

1 1 6 .1
1 1 4 .3
1 2 6 .4
10 9 .6
1 1 8 .6
1 1 6 .6

8.2
9.0
6.3
- .6
14 .6
7.4

.2
-.3
1.3
-.1
4.6
.3

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

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

9 1.8
1 0 4 .3
7 8.4
1 1 3 .0

9 8.3
1 1 3 .8
8 3.3
1 1 5 .3

9 6.4
1 1 1 .8
8 2.2
1 0 9 .1

1 1 .4
12.1
16 .6
- 2 .8

- 1 .9
- 1 .8
- 1 .3
-5 .4

2 0 1 3 -6 6 1
2 0 1 3 -7
2 0 1 3 -7 1 1

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82

9 2 .8
1 2 1 .2
12 0 .0

9 4.8
1 1 9 .6
1 1 7 .8

9 2.6
1 19 .7
1 19 .5

3.0
9.4
13.2

- 2 .3
.1
1.4

2 0 1 3 -7 1 7
2 0 1 3 -7 2 1

12/ 82
12/ 82

1 2 1 .2
1 1 8 .8

1 1 9 .2
1 1 7 .5

1 1 8 .9
1 17 .5

8.4
8.8

-.3
0

Poultry dressing, poultry and egg p ro c e s s in g ...............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Young c h ic k e n .............................................................................................................
Bulk broilers/wet ice p a c k ...................................................................................
G rade A bulk whole broilers/wet ice p a c k .................................................
Other wet ice bulk broilers, including p a r t s ................................................
Tray pack b ro ile rs ...................................................................................................
Other broilers including fro z e n ............................................................................
T u rk e y s ....................................................................... ..................................................
Young turkeys ..........................................................................................................
Hens, whole, G rade A fr o z e n .........................................................................
Toms, whole, G rade A frozen ........................................................................
Other young turkey ............................................................................................

2018

2 0 1 1-P
2 0 1 1-C
2 0 1 1-C 41
2 0 1 1-1
2 0 11-112
2 011-112 0 2
20 11-112 05
2 0 11-117
2 011-13 1
2 011-15 1
2 0 1 1 -4
2 0 11-4 12
2 0 11-4 17
2 011-45 1
2011-5
2 0 11-5 17
2 011-6
2 011-63 1
2 011-64 1
2 011-7
2 0 11-7 11
2 011-72 1
2 011-73 5
2 0 11-9
2 011-912
2 0 11-9 9 7
2 0 11-S M
2 0 1 1-M
2 0 1 1-Z 89
2 0 1 1 -S

2 0 1 3 -7 3 5

12/ 82

12 3 .5

12 2 .2

1 2 1 .7

8.4

-.4

2 0 1 3 -8
2 0 1 3 -8 9 8
2 013-S M
2 0 1 3-M
2 013-Z 8 9
2 0 1 3 -S

12/ 82
12/ 82

1 1 0 .9
1 14 .9

1 1 1 .5
1 1 5 .6

1 10 .6
1 14 .7

6.8
6.9

-.8
-.8

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82

1 25 .4
124.1
12 8 .4

1 1 9 .9
1 18 .7
12 7 .8

12 3 .0
1 2 1 .8
12 8 .7

3.7
3.7
8.7

2.6
2.6
.7

2 0 1 8-P
2 0 18 -1
2 0 1 8 -1 3 3
2 0 1 8 -13 3 0 1
2 0 1 8 -1 3 3 9 8
2018-13 6
2 0 1 8 -1 3 9
2 0 1 8 -3
2 0 1 8 -3 2 3
2 0 1 8 -3 2 3 0 1
2 0 1 8 -3 2 3 0 2
2 018-32 3 98

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

1 19 .3
1 19 .9
1 1 9 .5
1 2 1 .4
1 22 .5
1 19 .9
1 0 8 .0
128.1
1 2 3 .0
1 2 4 .9
1 18 .1
1 2 1 .1
1 3 5 .8

1 14 .8
1 1 5 .0
10 7 .9
1 0 9 .6
10 7 .3
1 1 3 .0
9 6.2
1 16 .7
13 0 .3
13 2 .0
13 3 .0
1 2 1 .9
14 0 .6

1 1 2 .7
1 1 2 .8
10 8 .7
1 1 1 .8
1 1 0 .0
1 1 4 .6
95.0
1 14 .2
1 1 0 .2
1 1 2 .0
1 0 6 .8
1 0 1 .3
1 2 7 .6

- 1 .6
- 1 .7
-.9
1.9
-.5
5.4
-9 .8
-2 .8
- 9 .2
-9 .1
- 1 9 .3
- 7 .0
.5

- 1 .8
- 1 .9
.7
2.0
2.5
1.4
- 1 .2
-2 .1
- 1 5 .4
- 1 5 .2
- 1 9 .7
- 1 6 .9
- 9 .2

See footnotes at end of table.




22

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry

Product

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

Poultry dressing, poultry and egg p rocessing—Continued
P rocessed poultry and small gam e ......................................................................
Turkey, cooked or s m o k e d ..................................................................................
Chicken, cooked or sm o k e d ................................................................................
Liquid, dried and frozen e g g s .................................................................................
Dried whole e g g s ....................................................................................................
Frozen or liquid whole e g g s ................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2 0 1 8 -5
2 0 1 8 -5 2 1
2 0 1 8 -5 2 3
2 0 1 8 -9
2 018-915
2 0 1 8 -9 5 5
2018-SM
2 0 1 8 -S

Nov.
1990r

Dec.
1990?

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

126 .5
12 7 .0
12 0 .4
106 .5
93.5
9 4.6

12 5 .4
1 2 7 .3
1 1 8 .2
1 1 4 .5
103 .2
11 3 .5

124 .7
126 .5
11 8 .2
1 1 3 .0
10 3 .2
( ’)

- 1 .0
2.1
-4 .1
- 1 1 .4
- 1 2 .8

-0 .6
-.6
0
- 1 .3
0
O

12/81

1 1 5 .8

12 0 .0

120 .3

5.2

.3

Dec. 19 8 9

Nov. 19 9 0

Dairy products .........................................................................................................................

202

12/ 84

1 1 5 .6

1 1 1 .8

100.1

- 6 .8

-2 .4

Cream ery butter .....................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................................
Cream ery b u tte r..........................................................................................................
Bulk butter (> 3 lb s .) .................................................................................. .........
Butter, consum er p ackag es (< 3 lb s .) ............................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Condensed and evaporated m ilk .......................................................................

202 1

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

7 8.9
70.0
70.0
6 7 .9
73.5

74.9
70.5
70.5
68 .6
7 3.6

73.9
70.4
70.4
6 8.5
7 3.6

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

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

06/ 84
06/ 84

108 .7
107 .1

8 9.9
8 3.9

85.7
8 1.8

-3 0 .2
-3 4 .6

-4 .7
-2 .5

Natural and p rocessed c h e e s e ..........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Natural c h eese, except cottage c h e e se .............................................................
American-type c h e e s e ...........................................................................................
Cheddar c h e e s e ..................................................................................................
Other American-type c h e e s e ..........................................................................
Italian-type c h e e s e ..................................................................................................
Mozzarella c h e e s e .............................................................................................
Other Italian-type c h e e s e .................................................................................
Sw iss ch e ese ..........................................................................................................
Cream and neufchatel c h e e s e ............................................................................
Other natural cheese, except c o t t a g e .............................................................
P rocessed c h e ese and related p ro d u c ts ............................................................
Pro cessed c h e e s e ..................................................................................................
C h eese f o o d .............................................................................................................
C h eese s p re a d ........................................................................................................
Other related processed ch e ese p ro d u c ts.....................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c ie p ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R e s a le s .....................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Condensed and evaporated m ilk.......................................................................
Fluid m ilk........................................................................................................... .......

20 2 2

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

1 1 4 .8
1 2 0 .0
1 15 .8
1 13 .8
114 .4
1 12 .6
120.1
123.1
1 15 .5
1 2 1 .0
124 .7
112 .2
126 .0
1 2 1 .5
140 .3
122 .0
1 17 .5

10^.3
108 .2
100 .2
96.4
9 3.5
107 .6
100 .3
100.1
100 .8
118 .7
122 .4
108 .2
120 .0
115 .3
1 3 1 .2
1 2 1 .5
1 17 .5

103 .4
106 .4
99.1
95.9
92.9
107 .3
98.2
9 8.0
9 8.7
1 18 .4
120 .6
103 .7
117 .1
1 14 .8
1 19 .1
122 .5
1 15 .9

- 1 2 .4
- 1 2 .1
- 1 5 .9
- 1 7 .5
- 2 1 .7
- 1 .5
- 2 0 .3
-2 3 .3
- 1 5 .1
4.0
-3 .9
- 1 1 .3
-6 .3
-3 .7
- 1 7 .1
1.1
2.0

- 1 .8
- 1 ,7
- 1.1
-.5
-.6
-.3
-2.1
-2.1
-2.1
-.3
-1.5
-4 .2
-2 .4
-.4
- 9 .2
.8
-1 .4

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/ 81

116 .7
1 17 .0
8 1.0
137 .3
57.4
8 0.2

102 .6
102 .9
80.1
130 .3
6 2.9
7 8.3

100 .8
101.1
78.2
130 .3
62.9
75.2

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

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

C ondensed and evaporated m ilk ......................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Dry milk products .......................................................................................................
Other dry milk products, consum er-type p ackag es (3 lbs. or l e s s ) ........
Dry whey, bulk packaging (more than 3 l b s . ) ................................................
Dry whole milk, bulk packaging (more than 3 lb s .) ......................................
Nonfat dry milk, bulk packaging (more than 3 lb s .) .....................................
Other food-grade dry milk products, bulk packaging (more than 3 lbs.)
Feed-grade dry milk products, bulk packaging (more than 3 lbs.) .........
Canned milk products, consum er-type can .......................................................
Evaporated milk, consum er-type c a n ...............................................................
Condensed and evaporated milk products, shipped in bulk (barrels,
drums and tanks) ...............................................................................................
All other food-grade concentrated milk products, except ice cream
mixes, shipped in bulk ..................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................... ............................................................................
Cream ery b u t te r ......................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Fluid milk and related products .........................................................................

2023
2 023-P
2 02 3-1
2 0 2 3 -1 2 9
2 0 2 3 -1 3 9
2 0 2 3 -1 4 2
2 0 2 3 -1 4 3
2 0 2 3 -1 4 6
2 0 2 3 -15 1
2 0 2 3 -2
2 0 2 3 -2 1 2

12/ 83
12/ 83
12/ 83
02/ 84
12/ 83
12/ 83
12/ 83
12/ 83
12/ 83
12/ 83
12/83

1 2 3 .2
132 .2
1 2 7 .5
162 .5
1 0 1 .8
1 1 7 .0
1 2 3 .0
1 3 0 .3
97.6
1 4 2 .2
1 17 .0

1 1 5 .0
1 2 3 .2
11 5 .4
1 6 2 .5
1 0 1 .8
96.9
95.1
12 2 .8
1 0 0 .5
143 .4
117 .3

1 1 6 .6
12 5 .9
1 1 6 .9
170 .3
1 0 5 .7
95.1
9 4.2
122 .1
9 9.8
150.1
117 .3

- 9 .5
- 8 .0
- 1 4 .1
10.3
-4 6 .3
-2 5 .1
- 3 1 .3
,4
-2 7 .9
1 1.3
1.1

1.4
2.2
1.3
4.8
3.8
- 1 .9
-.9
-.6
-.7
4.7
0

202 3-3

12/83

136 .7

104.9

1 0 1 .2

-3 6 .9

-3 .5

2 0 2 3 -3 1 8
2023-SM
2 0 2 3 -S
2 0 2 1 -S
202 3-S S S
2 0 2 6 -S

12/ 83

1 3 6 .7

10 4 .9

1 0 1 .2

-3 6 .9

-3 .5

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

9 3.7
7 2.5
1 4 5 .5
93.9

8 9.6
7 2.6
1 4 0 .2
8 7.2

8 7.4
72.7
1 40 .3
8 2.9

- 1 6 .8
- 1 6 .9
1.1
- 2 3 .0

-2 .5
.1
.1
- 4 .9

Ice cream and frozen d e s s e r t s ..........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Ice cream and ices ....................................................................................................
Bulk ice cream and custard (3 gallons or m o re )..........................................
Bulk vanilla ice cream and custard (3 gallons or m o r e ) ..................... .
Other bulk ice cream and custard (3 gallons or more) ..........................
Consum er-size ice cream and custard (16 oz. to less than 3 g allo n s)..
Vanilla ice cream and custard in consum er size (16 oz. to less than
3 g allo n s).......................................................................................................
Other consum er-size ice cream and custard (16 oz. to less than 3
g a llo n s )..........................................................................................................
Novelty form s of frozen d esse rts (any frozen dairy-type d essert less
than 1 6 o u n c e s ) ..............................................................................................

2024
2024-P
202 4-1
202 4-114
202 4-114 01
2 0 2 4-114 98
2 02 4-115

0 6/ 83
0 6/ 83
06/ 83
0 6/ 83
06/ 83
0 6/ 83
06/ 83

1 2 1 .4
1 2 1 .4
1 2 1 .4
1 3 3 .3
1 1 0 .0
14 5 .3
1 1 7 .2

1 2 1 .1
1 2 0 .8
12 0 .8
1 3 3 .0
1 10 .3
14 4 .6
1 1 7 .0

1 2 1 .1
12 0 .9
12 0 .9
133.1
1 10 .3
14 4 .9
1 1 7 .0

- .6
.2
.2
.3
-6 .8
3.4
.7

0
.1
.1
.1
0
.2
0

2 0 2 4 -1 1 5 0 1

06/ 83

1 1 9 .6

1 1 9 .2

1 1 9 .2

1.8

0

2 0 2 4-115 98

06/ 83

1 1 5 .9

1 1 5 .9

1 1 5 .9

2

0

2 02 4-116

06/ 83

125 .7

1 2 3 .0

12 3 .7

-.9

.6

2 0 2 1 -P
2 0 2 1-1
2 02 1-113
2 02 1-115
2 0 2 1 -SM
2 0 2 1 -S
2 0 2 3 -S

2022-P
2 022-1
2 0 2 2 -10 2
2 0 2 2 -10 2 0 1
2 0 2 2 -10 2 11
2 0 2 2 -10 3
2 0 2 2 -10 3 0 1
2 0 2 2 -10 3 11
2 0 2 2 -10 5
2 0 2 2 -10 7
2 0 2 2 -1 1 1
202 2-2
2 0 2 2 -2 11
2 0 2 2 -2 1 3
2 0 2 2 -2 1 5
2 0 2 2 -2 1 9
2022-SM
2022-M
2022-Z 89
2 0 2 2 -S
2 0 2 2 -S S S
2 0 2 3 -S
2 0 2 6 -S

See footnotes at end of table.




23

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Ice cream and frozen d esse rts—Continued
W ater ices (16 oz. size or la rg e r)......................................................................
Consum er-size ice milk (16 oz. to le ss than 3 gallons) .............................
Consum er-size sherbet (16 oz. to less than 3 g allo n s)..............................
Seco ndary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Fluid m ilk ...................................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Packaged fluid milk and related p ro d u c ts...........................................................
Fluid whole milk, p a c k a g e d .................................................................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, Northeast re g io n ..........................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, North Central re g io n ....................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, Southern region ...........................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, W estern reg io n ..............................................
Lowfat milk, 0.5 - 2 .0 % butterfat, p a c k a g e d ..................................................
Skim milk, packaged .............................................................................................
Cream, heavy, with m ore than 3 0 % butterfat (whipping c re a m ).............
Sour cream and related p ro d u c ts......................................................................
Half and half and related products ...................................................................
Cottage c h e e se (including farm ers’ c h eese, pot c h e e s e and b ak ers’
ch eese) ..................................................................................................................
Cottage ch e ese , m anufactured and cream ed at the estab lish m e n t.......
Buttermilk, chocolate drinks and other flavored milk p ro d u c ts ....................
Y o g u rt.........................................................................................................................
Buttermilk and related p ro d u c ts.........................................................................
Flavored milk drinks (chocolate milk, chocolate drink) ..............................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esales ......................................................................................................................
Seco ndary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
C ream ery b u t te r ......................................................................................................
C h eese .......................................................................................................................
Condensed and evaporated m ilk.......................................................................
Ice cream and frozen d e s s e r t s ..........................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................

2026-P
2 02 6-2
2 0 2 6 -2 1 2
2 0 2 6 -2 1 2 0 0
2 0 2 6 -2 1 2 0 0
2 0 2 6 -2 1 2 0 0
2 0 2 6 -2 1 2 0 0
2 0 2 6 -2 2 3
2 0 2 6 -2 2 5
2 0 2 6 -2 3 2
2 0 2 6 -2 4 5
2 0 2 6 -2 5 2
2 0 2 6 -3
2 0 2 6 -3 1 3
20 2 6 -4
2 0 2 6 -4 3 2
2 02 6 -4 3 4
2 0 2 6 -4 3 5
2026-SM
2 0 2 6 -M
2026-Z 89
2 0 2 6 -S
2 0 2 1 -S
2 0 2 2 -S
2 0 2 3 -S
2 0 2 4 -S
2 0 2 6 -S S S

Canned and preserved fruits and v e g e ta b le s ...............................................................

2 03

Canned s p ec ialtie s.................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Canned soups, except frozen or s e a fo o d ...........................................................
Canned dry b e a n s ......................................................................................................
Beans with pork (13.1 oz to 18 o z ) ...................................................................
Other canned dry beans, including chili con carne (13.1 oz to 1 8 oz) ..
Other canned dry beans, including chili con carne (other s iz e s )............
Canned specialty f o o d s ............................................................................................
Spanish foods (Mexican rice, tortillas, e n c h ila d a s )......................................
Other canned specialties, including canned puddings (other than
canned m eats) .................................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Seco nd ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Canned fruits and v e g e t a b le s .............................................................................

2032

Canned fruits and veg etab les ............................................................................................
Primary p r o d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Canned fruits, except baby f o o d ...........................................................................
Apples ........................................................................................................................
Cherries, red p itte d .................................................................................................
Cherries, sw eet .......................................................................................................
Fruit pie m ix e s .................................................. .......................................................
Apple pie m ix .......................................................................................................
Cherry pie m ix ......................................................................................................
A p p le s a u c e ...............................................................................................................
Olives, ripe and green r i p e ..................................................................................
Peaches, including s p ic e d ...................................................................................
Pears, including spiced .........................................................................................
C anned vegetab les, except hominy and mushrooms .....................................
Fresh lima b e & n s ....................................................................................................
B eans, green and wax (including blue la k e ) ..................................................
Beans, green and wax (excluding blue lake) ............................................
C a r r o ts ........................................................................................................................
V egetable com bin ation s........................................................................................
Spinach .....................................................................................................................
Other leafy g r e e n s .................................................................................................
White p o ta to e s ........................................................................................................
S a u e rk ra u t.................................................................................................................
A s p a ra g u s .................................................................................................................
B eets ..........................................................................................................................
S w e et corn, whole k e r n e l....................................................................................

2033

2032-P
2 03 2-2
203 2-3
203 2 -3 7 3
2 0 3 2 -3 8 6
2 0 3 2 -3 9 1
2 0 3 2 -4
2 0 3 2 -4 9 3

Nov. 1 9 9 0

1 1 4 .3
1 0 4 .6
1 1 4 .9

1 1 5 .2
104.1
1 14 .9

1 1 5 .2
102 .4
114 .9

0.8
- 3 .5
4.1

0
- 1 .6
0

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

122 .2
1 1 9 .4
12 3 .0
12 2 .4
12 0 .6
120 .2
1 29 .2
1 16 .8
127.1
1 3 1 .4
(3)
1 0 9 .0
(3)

122.1
119 .1
122 .8
12 2 .0
1 19 .0
1 18 .1
12 7 .0
12 2 .9
127 .4
13 1.1
8 6.7
10 9 .8
1 1 9 .8

1 17 .2
114 .1
1 17 .3
1 16 .4
1 13 .9
1 1 1 .6
12 2 .2
1 16 .7
120 .9
126 .8
86.8
105 .4
1 15 .1

-3.1
- 3 .6
-3 .2
-3 .3
-6 .3
-6 .2
-.9
.3
-2 .1
-3 .5
- 1 5 .2
- 5 .8
- 4 .2

-4 .0
-4 .2
-4 .5
-4 .6
-4 .3
- 5 .5
- 3 .8
- 5 .0
-5.1
-3 .3
.1
- 4 .0
- 3 .9

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

13 6 .6
13 6 .6
12 4 .2
1 1 3 .7
126.1
128 .7

1 3 2 .6
1 3 2 .7
1 2 4 .5
1 1 5 .9
12 9 .6
1 26 .8

129 .1
12 9 .4
12 2 .0
1 1 5 .5
12 5 .6
123 .9

- 1 .1
-.7
.4
- 1 .0
3.8
-.1

- 2 .6
- 2 .5
- 2 .0
- .3
-3.1
- 2 .3

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

124 .8
124 .8
1 17 .2
77.1
1 1 0 .5
1 18 .7
1 18 .7
13 9 .6

1 26 .9
126 .9
1 1 6 .5
78.4
9 1.2
(3)
1 19 .2
1 40 .9

127 .4
127 .4
108 .4
78.2
91.1
97.1
1 1 9 .2
129 .4

2.7
2.7
-9 .1
- 1 1 .0
-2 0 .3
-2 2 .6
.3
- 1 .2

.4
.4
- 7 .0
-.3
-.1
(3)
0
-8 .2

120 .8

1 18 .4

1 18 .6

2.1

.2

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

13 3 .9
136 .4
15 0 .0
12 5 .9
138 .9
1 19 .1
1 1 4 .6
1 1 0 .7
14 0 .2

133.1
135 .4
1 49 .6
1 23 .6
13 4 .8
1 14 .7
1 1 5 .2
1 0 9 .3
1 4 1 .5

13 4 .6
137 .2
153 .2
124.1
136 .3
1 14 .7
1 1 5 .2
1 1 0 .6
1 4 0 .2

3.2
3.5
6.2
-.3
- 1 .9
-.9
2.2
.5
7.2

1.1
1.3
2.4
.4
1.1
0
0
1.2
-.9

2 0 3 2 -4 9 8
2032-SM
2 0 3 2 -S
203 2-S S S
2 03 3-S S S

12/ 82

1 1 5 .4

1 1 2 .5

1 1 3 .7

- 3 .5

1.1

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82

12 5 .9
1 1 8 .2
1 3 2 .8

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

1 2 6 .0
1 1 8 .6
13 2 .8

1.0
.9
1.1

.4
.8
.2

2 033-P
2 033-1
2 0 3 3 -1 1 2
2 0 3 3 -12 2
2 0 3 3 -12 4 j
2 0 3 3 -16 2 *
2 0 3 3 -1 6 2 6 1
2 0 3 3 -1 6 2 6 3
2 0 3 3 -17 1
2 0 3 3 -17 3
2 0 3 3 -17 4
2 0 3 3 -1 7 5
2 0 3 3 -2
2 0 3 3 -2 0 3
2 0 3 3 -2 0 7
2 0 3 3 -2 0 7 9 2
2 0 3 3 -2 1 5
2 0 3 3 -2 3 5
2 0 3 3 -2 5 5
2 0 3 3 -2 5 8
2 0 3 3 -2 7 5
2 0 3 3 -2 7 6
20 3 3 -2 9 1
2 0 3 3 -2 9 3
2 0 3 3 -2 9 4

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
12/81
06/81
12/ 87
12/ 87
0 6/81
06/81
06/81
06/ 81
0 6/81
06/81
06/81
12/ 87
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/ 87
06/81
06/81
12/ 87
06/81
06/81

12 9 .7
12 8 .5
127 .8
1 1 5 .0
146 .3
1 1 9 .0
1 0 5 .8
10 7 .8
1 0 1 .0
1 2 2 .5
1 1 3 .7
1 4 8 .7
1 2 3 .7
1 2 0 .2
1 3 7 .9
1 1 4 .6
1 0 6 .2
1 4 1 .7
132 .3
1 1 6 .7
1 0 0 .2
16 3 .9
1 5 4 .8
10 4 .5
138 .8
9 6.5

128 .1
1 2 7 .0
128 .3
117 .1
178 .8
1 19 .0
1 2 1 .9
1 1 4 .0
1 2 0 .7
1 3 0 .4
1 1 3 .6
14 2 .0
123 .1
1 2 0 .0
1 2 2 .8
1 1 4 .0
1 0 6 .5
1 4 1 .0
1 3 1 .5
1 1 8 .9
(3)
1 5 3 .5
(3)
1 0 4 .2
138 .1
9 8.3

1 2 7 .9
126 .7
128 .2
1 18 .0
178 .8
1 2 1 .0
122.1
1 1 4 .0
1 2 0 .9
1 3 2 .9
(3)
142 .0
1 1 7 .5
1 1 9 .5
1 2 2 .8
1 13 .3
10 6 .6
14 2 .4
1 3 1 .6
12 0 .2
(3)
150 .7
(3)
104 .2
13 4 .9
98.3

-.9
- 1 .0
.6
3.1
22.5
1.7
14.9
5.5
19.0
6.2
(3)
- 2 .9
- 1 1 .2
- 3 .2
- 1 4 .6
- 1 4 .9
- 1 1 .2
-.4
4.6
1.1
(3)
3.1
(3)
.6
.1
-.7

-.2
- .2
-.1
.8
0
1.7
.2
0
.2
1.9
(3)
0
-4 .5
-.4
0
- .6
.1
1.0
.1
1.1
(3)
- 1 .8
( ’)
0
-2 .3
0

See footnotes at end of table.




G01
G 02
G 03
G 04

Dec. 1 9 8 9

12/84

2026

Dec.
19902

06/ 83
06/ 83
06/ 83

2 0 2 4 -15 1
2 0 2 4 -18 4
2 0 2 4 -19 6
2024-SM

Nov.
19902

24

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products-Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product’

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Canned fruits and veg etab les—Continued
S w e et corn, cream s t y l e .......................................................................................
G reen p e a s ...............................................................................................................
T o m a to e s ..................................................................................................................
Other canned veg etab les ....................................................................................
Canned hominy and mushrooms ..........................................................................
M u sh ro o m s..............................................................................................................
Canned fruit juices, nectars, and c o n ce n tra tes.................................................
Apple ju ic e ................................................................................................................
Grape juice ...............................................................................................................
Pineapple ju ic e ........................................................................................................
Grapefruit ju ic e ........................................................................................................
Other whole fruit juices and mixtures of whole fruit ju ic e s .......................
Fresh fruit juice to be refrig e ra te d .....................................................................
Orange juice, single strength ..............................................................................
Canned vegetab le ju ic e s ..........................................................................................
Tomato ju ic e ................................ ............................................................................
Catsup and other tomato sauces, e tc...................................................................
Tomato sau ces .......................................................................................................
Tomato sauces, 7.1- 10 oz. s i z e ....................................................................
Tomato sauces, other s iz e s .............................................................................
C a ts u p ........................................................................................................................
Catsup, 14- 32 oz. size ....................................................................................
Tomato p a s t e ...........................................................................................................
Tomato paste, all other sizes (incl. b u lk )....................................................
Tomato pulp and puree ........................................................................................
Jam s, jellies and p reserves ...................... ..............................................................
Strawberry jam s and p r e s e r v e s .........................................................................
Other jam s and p r e s e rv e s ...................................................................................
Grape je lly .................................................................................................................
Other je llie s ...............................................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esales ......................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Canned specialties ................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Frozen fruits and v e g e ta b le s ...............................................................................

2 0 3 3 -2 9 5
2 0 3 3 -2 9 6
2 0 3 3 -2 9 7
2 0 3 3 -2 9 9
2 033-3
203 3-32 1
2033-4
2 0 3 3 -4 11
2 03 3-42 5
2 03 3-42 8
203 3-43 1
2 0 3 3 -4 7 2
2 03 3-49 1
2 0 3 3 -4 9 2
2 0 3 3-5
2 0 3 3 -5 1 5
2 03 3-6
2 0 3 3 -6 1 4
2 0 3 3 -6 1 4 1 3
2 0 3 3 -6 1 4 1 9
2 033-621
2 0 3 3 -6 2 1 2 2
2 03 3-66 2
2 0 3 3 -6 6 2 6 4
2 033-691
2 0 3 3-8
2 0 3 3 -8 11
2 0 3 3 -8 1 5
2 03 3-82 1
2 03 3-82 5
2033-SM
2033-M
2033-Z 89
2 03 3-S
2 0 3 2 -S
2 0 3 3 -S S S
2 03 7-S

Dried and dehydrated fruits, vegetab les and s o u p s ....................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Dried fruits and v e g e t a b le s .....................................................................................
Dried fruits ................................................................................................................
Raisins ...................................................................................................................
P ru n e s ....................................................................................................................
Other fruits ...........................................................................................................
Dried v e g e ta b le s .....................................................................................................
Potatoes (including flakes, granules, etc.) ..................................................
Onions ...................................................................................................................
Other v e g e ta b le s ................................................................................................
Dried s o u p s ..................................................................................................................
Dried soups ..............................................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary products ...................................................................................................

2034

Pickles, sauces and salad d re ssin g s................................... ............................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Pickles and other pickled p ro d u c ts .......................................................................
Ferm ented pickles .................................................................................................
Dill p ic k le s .............................................................................................................
Sw e et p ic k le s .......................................................................................................
Other finished pickled p ro d u c ts .........................................................................
Meat s a u c e s .................................................................................................................
Prepared mustard ...................................................................................................
Other s a u c e s ............................................................................................................
Mayonnaise, salad dressings and sandwich sp reads .....................................
Salad d re s s in g .........................................................................................:...............
M ayon n aise...............................................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Canned fruits and veg etab les ............................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................

2035

Frozen fruits and v e g e ta b le s ..............................................................................................
Primary p rod uction .........................................................................................................
Frozen fruits, juices and ad es ................................................................................
Other frozen berries including ra s p b e rrie s .....................................................
Frozen orange ju ic e ...............................................................................................
Frozen orange juice, over one g allo n ...........................................................
Frozen orange juice, 10.1 to 13 oz ..............................................................

2037

2 034-P
2034-X
2 034-1
2 0 3 4 -1 1 3
2 0 3 4 -1 1 5
2 0 3 4 -12 3
2 034-2
2 0 3 4 -2 1 3
2 03 4-23 7
2 034-241
2 034-3
2 03 4 -3 1 1
2034-SM
2 03 4-S

2035-P
203 5-2
2 0 3 5 -2 1 2
2 0 3 5 -2 1 2 1 1
203 5-212 15
2 0 3 5 -2 3 3
2 0 3 5-3
2 0 3 5 -3 1 1
2 0 3 5-35 1
2 03 5-4
2 0 3 5 -4 1 1
2 0 3 5 -4 2 3
2035-SM
2 0 3 5 -S
2 03 3-S
2 0 3 5 -S S S

2037-P
2 037-1
2 0 3 7 -16 4
2 0 3 7 -17 9
2 0 3 7 -17 9 0 1
2 0 3 7 -17 9 0 3

See footnotes at end of table.




25

Nov.
19902

Dec.
1990?

08/ 81
06/81
06/81
12/ 87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/ 81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/ 87
12/87
06/81
12/ 87
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

10 3 .9
1 1 5 .2
1 4 7 .8
1 0 5 .6
128 .6
127 .5
142 .2
125.1
1 3 1.1
138 .3
128 .7
1 3 0 .0
(3)
162 .1
1 3 7 .0
139 .7
125 .3
138 .2
107 .8
113 .1
122 .9
9 8.6
108 .4
106 .7
134 .0
13 3 .6
125 .7
130 .3
125 .6
150 .7

1 0 4 .7
1 1 5 .5
14 4 .4
1 0 7 .4
130 .4
12 9 .2
136 .2
127 .4
1 3 1 .6
140 .2
120 .7
1 3 0 .0
16 3 .8
14 5 .3
133 .2
133 .2
124.1
138.1
106 .7
11 3 .2
122.1
98.6
105 .9
103 .8
(3)
1 3 1 .9
137 .4
123.1
125 .5
145 .2

10 6 .2
1 1 6 .9
143 .7
1 0 7 .4
130 .3
129.1
136 .3
133 .3
133 .7
1 40 .2
1 20 .7
130 .1
1 5 9 .2
1 4 5 .3
1 3 2 .7
132 .6
123 .4
138 .8
106 .7
1 14 .0
122 .9
9 9.9
1 0 1 .5
9 9.5
132.1
132 .4
137 .4
130 .3
1 17 .5
144 .8

0.4
-4 .9
- 1 .3
2.1
5.7
5.6
2.0
8.9
7.8
6.6
-9 .9
3.7
(3)
-.5
-6 .1
-8 .0
-4 .0
7.1
- 1 .7
9.6
-3 .8
-2.1
- 1 8 .7
-2 0 .7
-4 .2
2.6
5.0
6.4
-.3
-.5

1.4
1.2
-.5
0
-.1
-.1
.1
4.6
1.6
0
0
.1
-2 .8
0
-.4
-.5
-.6
.5
0
.7
.7
1.3
-4 .2
-4.1
(3)
.4
0
5.8
-6 .4
-.3

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

9 1.4
90.4
147.1
130 .6
130 .7
180 .4

85.7
8 4.7
145.1
127 .6
134 .0
1 7 1 .9

8 5.7
8 4.7
145 .2
127 .6
135.4
170 .2

- 1 .8
- 1 .9
-.1
-.2
7.2
-7 .0

0
0
.1
0
1.0
- 1 .0

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

146 .8
148 .4
155 .6
1 0 1 .6
90.6
1 19 .6
1 14 .3
204 .2
277 .5
102 .6
103 .7
120 .2
120 .2

138 .2
139.1
143 .9
105 .3
(3)
1 3 1 .9
1 18 .7
178 .7
234 .3
(3)
(3)
120 .2
120 .2

139.1
139 .7
144 .0
105.4
(3)
1 3 1 .9
118 .7
178 .9
233.7
102 .6
(3)
122 .5
122 .5

3.0
2.6
2.6
2.5
(3)
10.3
4.4
2.6
.2
12.7
(3)
2.9
2.9

.7
.4
.1
.1
0
0
.1
-.3
(3)
(3)
1.9
1.9

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 19 9 0

(3)

12/82

124 .2

124 .3

129 .5

8.5

4.2

06/81
06/81
06/81
12/ 86
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

14 5 .6
1 4 1 .6
150 .3
128 .7
1 5 0 .6
1 6 3 .0
1 4 6 .9
1 5 0 .2
140 .5
155 .5
135 .2
139 .0
138 .4

146 .5
143 .0
15 2 .0
12 9 .0
15 0 .7
164.1
15 3 .8
15 2 .2
14 0 .5
1 5 8 .6
136 .2
139 .0
13 8 .0

14 6 .6
143.1
15 2 .0
129 .0
150 .7
164.1
153 .8
152 .2
140 .5
1 5 8 .6
136 .4
13 9 .0
13 8 .0

6.2
4.6
4.1
7.1
6.6
8.2
-5 .7
2.4
0
3.7
5.3
5.5
6.2

.1
.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.1
0
0

06/81
10/83
06/81

1 5 1 .9
132.4
154 .5

152 .2
133 .5
154 .7

15 2 .2
135 .7
154 .6

8.9
18.5
8.5

0
1.6
-.1

06/81
06/81
06/81
04/ 89
06/81
06/81
06/81

1 4 1 .0
1 3 4 .0
1 3 9 .2
108 .0
149 .7
154 .7
147.4

1 3 2 .3
1 2 4 .0
1 1 4 .9
1 10 .8
1 1 2 .6
1 08 .9
1 13 .6

130 .7
122 .7
1 1 2 .2
1 12 .2
109 .7
103.1
1 13 .2

1.6
.4
- 1 .6
10.9
-3 .2
-7 .9
-2 .9

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

.

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

Frozen fruits and veg etab les—Continued
Frozen grapefruit juice ..........................................................................................
Frozen grapefruit juice, 4.1 to 7 oz ..............................................................
Frozen grapefruit juice, all other s i z e s .........................................................
Frozen le m o n a d e ....................................................................................................
Frozen lem onade, 10.1 to 13 o z ....................................................................
Frozen grape ju ic e ..................................................................................................
Frozen grape juice, 10.1 to 13 o z ..................................................................
Other frozen fruit and berry juice, concentrated ..........................................
Frozen v e g e ta b le s ......................................................................................................
Frozen green b e a n s ..............................................................................................
Frozen brussels s p ro u ts ........................................................................................
Frozen c a r r o t s .........................................................................................................
Frozen cauliflo w er...................................................................................................
Frozen succotash ...................................................................................................
Other frozen co m bin atio n s..................................................................................
Frozen french fried p o ta to e s ...............................................................................
Frozen french fried potatoes, two lbs. and under ....................................
Frozen french fried potatoes, over two lbs..................................................
Other frozen potato p ro d u c ts..............................................................................
Frozen sw eet cut corn, yellow
Frozen sw eet cob corn, y e llo w ...........................................................................
Other frozen veg etab les .........
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts .....................
Canned fruits and veg etab les
All other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

2 0 3 7 -1 8 3
2 0 3 7 -1 8 3 0 1
2 0 3 7 -18 3 0 2
2 0 3 7 -18 9
2 0 3 7 -18 9 0 2
2 0 3 7 -19 1
2 0 3 7 -1 9 1 0 2
2 0 3 7 -19 5
203 7-2
2 0 3 7 -2 1 3
203 7-23 1
2 03 7 -2 3 3
2 0 3 7 -2 3 5
2 03 7 -2 4 3
2 0 3 7 -2 4 6
2 03 7 -2 4 8
2 03 7 -2 4 8 0 1
2 0 3 7 -2 4 8 0 2
2 0 3 7 -2 4 9
2 0 3 7 -2 5 3
2 0 3 7 -2 5 5
2 0 3 7 -2 9 8
2037-SM
2 0 3 7 -S
2 0 3 3 -S
2 03 7-S S S

t z
o
t o
o
o <

Industry and product1

Industry
code

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 19 9 0

07/81
07/81
07/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

1 4 4 .5
14 0 .5
145.1
128 .2
130 .4
1 17 .0
1 19 .2
129 .4
130.1
130 .0
113 .4
(3)
112 .4
1 18 .9
1 0 1 .9
138 .2
109 .3
144.1
1 1 2 .0
130 .9
1 4 1 .7
1 3 3 .0

1 3 6 .9
1 3 1 .0
138 .0
1 33 .7
136 .0
(3)
(3)
122 .8
1 3 1 .0
134 .8
1 13 .4
130 .9
112 .2
123 .8
104 .9
138 .0
1 1 0 .2
143 .7
1 1 1 .3
134 .6
(3)
1 3 1 .3

133.1
129 .6
133 .7
132.7
135 .0
119 .5
1 2 1 .8
118 .0
130 .9
132 .5
113 .4
(3)
112 .4
(3)
104 .9
138 .0
(3)
143 .7
115 .4
(3)
135.3
1 3 1 .5

-2 .3
- 1 .0
-2 .6
8.1
8.0
5.9
5.9
.3
1.8
-.4
6.8
(3)
1.1
(3)
2.7
4.5
(3)
3.8
3.8
(3)
-3 .6
5.6

-2 .8
-1.1
-3.1
-.7
-.7
(3)
(3)
-3 .9
-.1
- 1 .7
.0
(3)
.2
(3)
0
0
(3)
0
3.7
(3)
(3)
.2

06/81
06/81
06/81

12 8 .6
1 4 0 .8
1 1 7 .4

1 2 4 .7
133 .2
1 1 7 .6

1 1 9 .5
1 2 6 .2
1 1 4 .2

.1
- 1 .9
2.6

-4 .2
-5 .3
- 2 .9

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

1 2 9 .0
1 3 3 .5
1 3 6 .9
143 .1
1 2 7 .5
123 .7

12 8 .4
1 3 2 .3
1 3 6 .2
143 .1
12 7 .5
1 2 1 .6

1 2 9 .8
134 .1
1 3 6 .6
143 .1
128 .3
122 .9

3.4
3.7
3.6
5.5
1.2
.3

1.1
1.4
.3
0
.6
1.1

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

1 4 1 .6
137 .0
1 6 1 .0
11 4 .4
1 2 1 .6
1 2 2 .9
1 2 1 .6
1 2 4 .2

140 .4
1 34 .9
156 .9
1 1 3 .3
1 2 1 .6
12 2 .8
1 2 1 .4
12 4 .3

140 .5
137 .2
162 .4
113 .1
1 2 1 .6
12 5 .3
12 6 .4
' 12 4 .3

3.8
2.6
2.7
3.8
1.4
6.3
5.1
7.6

.1
1.7
3.5
-.2
0
2.0
4.1
0

12/ 82
12/ 82

1 2 6 .7
1 2 8 .3

1 3 1 .2
13 4 .8

1 3 1 .0
1 3 4 .5

5.3
5.9

-.2
-.2

Frozen s p e c ia ltie s ..................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Frozen pies and other baked goods ....................................................................
Frozen p i e s ...............................................................................................................
S w e et yea st goods incl. y ea st raised donuts, sw eet rolls,etc...................
Soft cakes(pounds,layers,sheet, fruit,cheese.etc.) .......................................
Other frozen baked goods(waffles, cookies,pastries,etc.)excl. bread
and r o l ls .............................................................................................................
Frozen dinners,beef,pork,poultry pies and nationality f o o d s .........................
Frozen dinners ........................................................................................................
Frozen pizza ......
Frozen nationality food .........................................................................................
Other frozen specialties
Frozen entrees ...
Other frozen s p e c ia ltie s ........................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................

2038

Grain mill p ro d u c ts.................................................................................................................

204

12/ 84

1 1 4 .7

1 1 3 .2

1 13 .1

- 1 .7

-.1

Flour and other grain mill products ..................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................
W heat flo u r..........................
B akers’ and institutional white bread-type flour shipped in b u lk .............
B akers’ and institutional wnite Dreaa-type fiour sm ppea in
containers .........................................................................................................
B akers’ and institutional soft w heat flour shipped in bulk ........................
B akers’ and institutional soft w heat flour shipped in c o n ta in e rs .............
Family white flour 25lb s or m ore (incl all-purpose for dom estic
d o n a tio n )............................................................................................................
Flour shipped for processing into other food p ro d u c ts ..............................
Other w heat mill p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................
W heat mill f e e d .......................................................................................................
Corn mill p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
W hole c o rn m e a l......................................................................................................
Corn grits and h om in y...........................................................................................
Other corn mill products (for human consumption) .....................................
Blended and prepared flo u r ....................................................................................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2 04 1
2 0 4 1 -P
2 0 4 1-1
2 04 1-111

06/ 83
0 6/ 83
0 6/ 83
0 6/ 83

9 7.3
9 6.2
9 3.4
9 0.7

94.3
93.1
8 9.3
8 7.3

9 4.0
92.8
8 9.9
88.1

- 1 5 .0
- 1 5 .6
- 1 8 .0
- 1 8 .4

-.3
-.3
.7
.9

2 0 4 1-113
2 0 4 1-115
204 1-117

06/ 83
0 6/ 83
06/ 83

9 2.9
8 9.7
93.1

8 4.8
86.3
8 9 .9

85.1
8 7.5
9 0.5

- 1 9 .7
-2 7 .9
- 2 6 .0

.4
1.4
.7

2 04 1-12 3
204 1-12 7
2 0 4 1 -2
2 04 1-213
2 0 4 1-3
2 0 4 1 -3 1 1
2 0 4 1-3 2 1
2 0 4 1-3 9 5
2 0 4 1-5
2 0 4 1 -SM
2 0 4 1-S

06/ 83
1 16 .1
1 1 6 .7
06/ 83
0 6/ 83
8 6.2
8 5.0
0 6/ 83
0 6/ 83
9 4.5
0 6/ 83
1 1 4 .5
0 6/ 83
9 1.5
0 6/ 83 ' 1 0 2 .4
0 6/ 83
1 2 4 .7

1 16 .1
1 1 5 .0
9 1.7
90.8
92.1
1 1 4 .5
9 0.9
1 0 1 .6
1 2 4 .7

1 16 .1
1 1 5 .3
8 3.4
8 2.7
92.3
1 1 4 .5
8 9.2
1 0 0 .9
124 .7

- 9 .2
- 1 6 .1
- 1 8 .8
- 1 9 .3
.2
2.9
- 1 .8
- 1 .2
4.1

0
.3
-9.1
-8 .9
.2
0
- 1 .9
-.7
0

0 6/ 83

1 4 2 .8

14 2 .4

142 .4

-.6

0

Cereal breakfast f o o d s .........................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
R eady to serv e cereal b reakfast fo o d s ...............................................................
Corn flakes and other corn breakfast fo o d s ..................................................
W heat flakes and other w heat breakfast f o o d s ...........................................
Oat breakfast fo o d s ...............................................................................................
Rice breakfast f o o d s .............................................................................................
Preparations of other grains and mixed grains,incl. baby c e r e a l s ..........
To be cooked before serving cereal breakfast f o o d s .....................................
Farina and other w heat fo o d s ............................................................................

2043

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

1 4 6 .6
1 5 8 .6
158 .3
157 .5
157 .2
158 .6
154.1
1 6 5 .6
1 5 9 .9
17 7 .0

14 8 .4
1 6 1 .2
1 6 1 .4
15 7 .6
1 6 1 .0
16 2 .6
158 .4
1 7 0 .5
1 5 9 .9
1 77 .0

1 4 8 .8
1 6 1 .8
162.1
157 .6
1 6 1 .0
167.1
158 .4
1 7 1 .7
(3)
(3)

6.1
5.5
5.4
2.0
7.8
5.4
5.7
6.4
(3)
(3)

.3
.4
.4
0
0
2.8
0
.7

2 038-P
2 03 8-1
2 0 3 8 -1 1 1
2 03 8-113
2 0 3 8 -1 1 4
2 0 3 8 -1 1 8
203 8-2
2 0 3 8 -2 2 5
2 0 3 8 -2 4 3
2 0 3 8 -2 4 5
2 0 3 8 -3
2 0 3 8 -3 1 3
2 0 3 8 -3 1 8
2038-SM
2 0 3 8 -S
2 03 8-S S S

2043-P
2043-1
2 0 4 3 -11 1
2 0 4 3 -1 1 2
2 0 4 3 -1 1 5
2 0 4 3 -1 1 7
2 04 3-119
20 4 3 -2
2 0 4 3 -2 5 2

See footnotes at end of table.




26

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(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product’

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
1 9 9 0 ;’

Rice m illing.......................................................................................................
Primary products ...................................................................................................... .
Head r i c e ......................................................................................................................
Long grain milled r i c e ............................................................................................
Packed in 100-pound bags or m o r e .............................................................
Packed in 3-pound containers or l e s s .........................................................
Packed in all other c o n ta in e rs........................................................................
Medium grain milled r i c e ...................................................................................
Packed in 100-pound bags or m o r e .............................................................
Packed in all other c o n ta in e rs........................................................................
Other milled rice and b yp ro d u cts..........................................................................
All other milled rice and byproducts ................................................................

2044

Blended and prepared flo u r................................................................................................
Primary products ............................................................................................................
Blended and prepared flour m ade chiefly from purchased flour ................
Flour mixes ...............................................................................................................
Cake mixes, less than 5 lbs............................................. ................................
Cake mixes, 5 lbs or m o r e ...............................................................................
Cookie, doughnut, other sw eet yeast mixtures, less than 5 lbs...........
Cookie, doughnut, other sw eet yeast mixtures, 5 lbs or more ............
Bread and bread-type roll mixes, 5 lbs or m o r e .......................................
Other prepared flour mixes, less than 5 lbs................................................
Other prepared flour mixes, 5 lbs or m o r e .................................................
Refrigerated d o u g h s ..............................................................................................
Refrigerated biscuit d o u g h ...............................................................................
Other refrigerated d o u g h s ................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Miscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esales .....................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Food preparations, n.e.c........................................................................................

2 04 5

W et corn milling .....................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Corn sw eeten ers ........................................................................................................
G lucose syrup .........................................................................................................
Type III (58 up to 98 dextrose equivalent) .................................................
High fructose corn syrup .....................................................................................
Manufactured starch ..................................................................................................
Corn s t a r c h ...............................................................................................................
Other starch (including potato, wheat, rice, etc.) .........................................
Dextrin (corn, tapioca and o th e r).......................................................................
Corn oil ..........................................................................................................................
W et p rocess corn b yp rod u cts.................................................................................
Corn gluten f e e d .....................................................................................................
Corn gluten meal ....................................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ............................................ .
Seco nd ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2046

Dog, cat, and other pet fo o d ..............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Dog and cat food .......................................................................................................
Dog f o o d ...................................................................................................................
Other canned dog f o o d ....................................................................................
Dry dog food (package size under 2 5 pounds) ........................................
Dry dog food (package size 2 5 pounds or o v e r ) ......................................
Semimoist dog food (package size over 1 p o u n d )..................................
Cat food ....................................................................................................................
Dry cat food (package size under 2 5 p o u n d s)..........................................
Fresh and frozen h o rs e m e a t....................................................... .......................
Other pet and specialty f o o d s ................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2047

Prepared animal feeds, n.e.c...............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................................................ ....................................
Poultry feeds, egg type, broiler and tu rk e y ........................................................
Starter-grower, com plete .....................................................................................
Layer-breeder, c o m p le te ......................................................................................
Broiler, c o m p le te .....................................................................................................
Layer-breeder, supplem ents and concentrates ............................................
Dairy cattle feed s, c o m p le te ..................
Dairy cattle feed, supplem ents and concentrates ...........................................
Swine feeds, c o m p le te .................................................................................... ........
Sw ine feed, supplem ents and con centrates .....................................................
Beef cattle feeds, c o m p le te ....................................................................................
Beef cattle feed, supplem ents and c o n c e n tra te s ............................................

2 04 8

2044-P
2044-1
2 0 4 4 -10 1
204 4-10 103
204 4-10 105
204 4-10 107
2 0 4 4 -10 3
2 0 4 4 -10 3 0 3
2 0 4 4 -10 3 0 7
2044-2
2 04 4-29 8

2045-P
2 0 4 5 -5
204 5-5A
2 0 4 5 -5 5 3
2 0 4 5 -5 5 4
2 04 5-56 1
2 0 4 5 -5 6 2
2 0 4 5 -5 6 7
2 04 5-56 8
2 04 5-56 9
2045-5B
2 045-571
2 04 5-57 9
2045-SM
2045-M
2 0 4 5 -2 8 9
2 04 5-S
2 0 4 5 -S S S
2 09 9-S

2046-P
2046-1
2 0 4 6 -10 1
204 6-10 105
2 0 4 6 -10 5
2046-3
2 046-301
2 04 6-30 3
2 04 6-30 5
2 046-5
2 046-7
2 04 6-70 1
2 04 6-70 3
2046-SM
2 0 4 6 -S

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

2048-P
2048-1
2 0 4 8 -11 1
204 8-115
2 04 8-116
204 8-117
2 0 4 8-2
2048-3
204 8-4
2048-5
2 048-6
2048-7

See footnotes at end of table.




27

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

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

93.9
93.5
96.9
99.1
9 0.8
1 14 .3
106 .8
9 8.8
8 8.6
117 .1
6 8.5
97.7

9 0.9
9 0.2
9 3.5
97.5
88.2
1 1 5 .6
105 .0
89.4
72.2
117 .1
66.2
94.5

9 1.0
90.4
93.7
97.7
88.6
1 1 5 .6
105.1
89.5
72.3
66.2
94.6

-1 6 .7
.9

.1

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

115 .0
114 .3
114 .3
1 14 .4
128 .3
127 .0
105 .8
105 .5
105 .6
124.7
76.7
1 13 .8
1 13 .8
107.4

115 .0
114 .3
1 14 .3
1 14 .4
12 8 .3
127 .0
105 .8
105 .5
1 05 .5
124.7
76.7
113 .8
1 13 .8
107.4

115 .0
114 .3
1 14 .3
1 1 4 .4
1 2 8 .3
1 2 7 .0
10 5 .8
10 5 .5
106 .4
124 .7
76.6
1 13 .8
113 .8
107.4

5.0
5.5
5.5
6.0
10.6
8.4
2.8
2.0
2.6
7.9
.1
3.8
4.3
1.0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.9
0
-.1
0
0
0

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

120.2
120.2
12 1 .0
123.7
117 .0

120.2
120.2
12 1 .6
124 .6
116 .9

120 .2
120.2
12 1 .2
123 .9
(:!)

.3
.3
2.3
.9
(3)

0
0
-.3
-.6
<’)

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

1 19 .3
120 .9
128 .6
139 .4
132 .9
130.6
124 .6
126 .0
124 .6
103 .8
92.5
116 .3
118 .9
14 1 .6

1 1 4 .0
1 15 .2
1 1 5 .7
125 .5
1 2 1 .2
112 .5
12 1 .6
122 .6
124 .6
104 .5
83.0
130.8
150.8
147 .0

1 1 3 .2
1 1 4 .5
1 1 5 .5
1 2 4 .5
1 1 8 .0
1 12 .3
1 18 .4
118 .7
127.4
104.3
84.8
1 3 1.3
153 .0
144.3

1.7
2.1
1.2
-.6
-8 .5
5.5
4.7
4.3
9.8
3.4
1 1.4
-4 .6
- 1 .8
-1 5 .1

-.7
-.6
-.2
-.8
-2 .6
-.2
-2 .6
-3 .2
2.2
-.2
2.2
.4
1.5
- 1 .8

06/ 85

107 .2

10 5 .0

1 0 3 .6

- 1 .5

- 1 .3

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

116 .1
1 1 8 .0
1 1 7 .8
1 1 9 .4
122 .2
119 .1
121.1
1 1 4 .6
1 1 3 .7
120 .2
1 0 1.3
1 2 1.7

1 1 5 .9
1 1 8 .5
1 1 8 .2
120.1
122 .2
120.4
122.1
1 1 4 .6
1 1 3 .6
1 2 1 .2
1 0 1.3
123 .8

1 1 5 .7
1 1 8 .8
1 1 8 .6
120 .4
122 .2
120.4
123.0
1 1 4 .6
1 1 3 .9
12 1 .2
1 0 1.3
123 .8

.1
2.5
2.6
3.3
8.2
.2
1.7
0
.4
2.5
- 1 .7
2.0

-.2
.3
.3
.2
0
0
.7
0
.3
0
0
0

12/85

95.5

88.8

83.9

-2 3 .7

-5 .5

12/ 80
12/ 80
12/80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/80

9 1.7
9 1.0
84.0
67.9
9 1.0
89.3
93.2
9 0.9
87.2
100 .9
97.5
1 10 .8
97.1

89.7
8 9.0
79.3
65.9
8 3.6
8 2.8
9 4.7
9 1.0
86.9
97.4
97.9
110 .5
97.9

89.6
88.9
80.0
65.9
84.1
84.1
93.8
89.0
87.3
97.0
97.8
1 10 .2
98.0

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

-.1
-.1
.9
0
.6
1.6
- 1 .0
- 2 .2
.5
-.4
-.1
-.3
.1

0

Dec. 19 8 9

-5.1
-4 .5
-3 .2
-.5
-2 .4
5.2
- 1 .5
- 1 1 .1
-2 3 .7

0

Nov. 19 9 0

0.1
.2
.2
.2
.5
.0
.1
.1
.1

C)
0

Table 5. Producer price Indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

P repared animal feed s, n.e.c.—Continued
Other poultry and livestock feeds, including duck, g ee se, horse, mule,
e tc .............................................................................................................................
Horse and mule, com plete f e e d ........................................................................
Other prepared animal f e e d s ..................................................................................
Grain, ground, rolled, pulverized, chopped, or crimped, excluding
c o rn m e a l............................................................................................................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esa le s ......................................................................................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 19 9 0

2 0 4 8 -8
2 0 4 8 -8 1 6
2 0 4 8 -9

Bakery products ......................................................................................................................

1 0 1 .3
1 1 1 .4
84.8

- 0 .8
-.9
- 1 6 .3

-0 .5
-.5
.4

12/ 80

54.4

5 5.0

55.5

.2

.9

12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80

8 9.8
89.5
10 3 .7

8 9 .0
8 8.7
10 2 .9

8 9.2
8 8.9
10 2 .9

.1
.1
- 1 .0

.2
.2
0

12/ 84

12 8 .7

13 0 .2

1 2 9 .9

3.3

-.2

06/ 80
159 .1
06/ 80
15 7 .9
06/ 80
15 9 .0
06/ 80
1 5 8 .5
06/ 80
1 5 7 .7
0 6/ 80
169 .7
0 6/ 80
1 6 9 .0
0 6/ 80
140.1
06/ 80
155 .1
06/ 80
1 6 7 .3
06/ 80
1 6 0 .5
0 6/ 80
1 5 8 .2
1 6 1 .4
0 6/ 80
06/ 80
1 6 8 .6
06/ 80
1 5 0 .6
06/ 80
1 5 1 .6
06/ 80
148 .3
06/ 80
1 5 2 .9
06/ 80
1 5 8 .0
14 7 .7
06/ 80
06/ 80
143 .3
06/ 80
17 0 .6
17 4 .9
06/ 80
06/ 80
1 6 1 .6
173 .7
06/80
06/ 80
182 .5
06/80
162 .4
1 49 .0
06/ 80

1 6 1 .6
16 0 .0
16 0 .6
15 9 .8
15 9 .0
1 7 1 .0
17 0 .0
13 9 .9
159 .3
16 9 .0
16 2 .9
15 9 .6
164 .3
17 3 .4
15 2 .2
15 3 .4
14 9 .9
(3)
1 6 0 .7
1 4 9 .6
14 6 .0
175 .8
1 8 1 .2
164 .5
176 .8
186 .5
164 .2
1 5 1 .8

1 6 0 .8
1 6 0 .2
16 0 .3
1 5 9 .6
15 8 .7
1 7 0 .8
1 7 0 .0
1 3 9 .3
159 .3
169 .4
1 6 2 .2
1 5 8 .8
164 .3
1 7 2 .2
1 5 2 .4
15 3 .6
15 0 .2
(3)
1 6 0 .9
1 5 1 .7
149 .0
175 .8
1 8 1 .2
164 .5
176 .8
186 .5
164 .2
154 .2

3.3
2.7
2.7
2.4
2.5
3.3
4.7
- 1 .1
3.7
1.7
3.4
2.8
2.9
5.3
1.1
1.1
-.1
(3)
3.9
4.5
3.8
3.5
3.1
4.7
3.4
2.7
4.4
3.4

-.5
.1
-.2
-.1
-.2
-.1
0
-.4
0
.2
-.4
-.5
0
-.7
.1
.1
.2
(3)
.1
1.4
2.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1.6

205 1

2052

Sugar and confectionery p ro d u c ts....................................................................................

1 0 1 .8
1 1 2 .0
8 4.5

205

Cookies and c ra c k e rs ............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Crackers, cracker sandwiches, and p re tz e ls .....................................................
C rackers .....................................................................................................................
Graham c ra c k e rs .................................................................................................
S a lt in e s ..................................................................................................................
Other c ra c k e rs .....................................................................................................
Cracker sa n d w ich e s...........................................................................................
P re tz e ls ..................................................................................................................
Cookies and ice cream c o n e s ................................................................................
Cookies ......................................................................................................................
Sandwich cookies ..............................................................................................
Marshmallow cookies ........................................................................................
All other cookies and w a fe r s ..........................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous r e c e ip t s .............................................................................................
R e s a le s ......................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................

1 0 4 .0
1 1 4 .9
8 4.2

2 0 4 8 -9 1 1
2048-SM
2048-M
204 8-Z 8 9
2 0 4 8 -S

Bread, cake, and related p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Primary products
Bread ............
White bread
White pan b r e a d ..................................................................................................
White pan bread, N o rth e ast........................................................................
White pan bread, North C e n tra l..................................................................
White pan bread, S o u t h ................................................................................
White pan bread, W e s t .................................................................................
White hearth b r e a d ............................................................................................
Other bread ..............................................................................................................
Dark w heat b r e a d ...............................................................................................
Rye b r e a d ..............................................................................................................
Other variety b r e a d ............................................................................................
Bread type rolls, stuffing, and c ru m b s ..................................................................
Bread type r o lls .......................................................................................................
Hamburger and w einer r o lls .............................................................................
Brown and serv e r o lls ........................................................................................
Other bread type r o lls ........................................................................................
Sw e et yeast g o o d s .....................................................................................................
Other sw eet yea st goods ....................................................................................
Soft c a k e s .....................................................................................................................
Snack c a k e s .............................................................................................................
Other soft c a k e s .....................................................................................................
Pies .................................................................................................................................
Snack p i e s ................................................................................................................
Other p i e s .................................................................................................................
Cake type d ou gh n u ts.................................................................................................
Seco ndary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip t s .................................................
Miscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esales ......................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Cookies and crackers ...........................................................................................

12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80

2 0 5 1 -P
2 0 5 1-1
2 0 5 1-1A
2 05 1-111
2 0 5 1-1110 1
205 1-11102
20 5 1-11103
205 1-11104
2 0 5 1-113
2 0 5 1 -1B
2 0 5 1-115
2 0 5 1-117
2 0 5 1-12 8
2 0 5 1-2
2 0 5 1 -2 3
2 0 5 1 -2 3 3
2 0 5 1 -2 3 5
2 0 5 1 -2 3 9
2 0 5 1-3
2 0 5 1-3 9 8
2 0 5 1-4
2 0 5 1 -4 1 3
2 0 5 1 -4 1 8
2 0 5 1-5
2 0 5 1 -5 1 3
2 0 5 1 -5 1 9
2 0 5 1-7
2 0 5 1 -SM
2 0 5 1 -M
2 05 1-Z 9 9
2 0 5 1-S
2 0 5 1 -S S S
2 0 5 2 -S

06/ 80
06/ 86
06/ 80
06/ 80
06/ 80

166 .7
13 4 .6
1 4 1 .0
143 .0
139 .9

1 7 1 .5
138 .5
1 4 1 .0
143 .0
139 .9

166 .4
134 .3
1 4 1 .0
143 .0
1 39 .9

6.9
6.8
1.7
.9
2.2

-3 .0
-3 .0
0
0
0

2 052-P
2052-1
2 0 5 2 -1 A
2 0 5 2 -12 3
2 0 5 2 -12 5
2 0 5 2 -19 8
2 0 5 2 -13 5
2 0 5 2 -15 1
2 05 2-2
2 052-2A
2 0 5 2 -2 1 3
2 0 5 2 -2 1 5
2 0 5 2 -2 3 7
2052-SM
2052-M
2 052-Z 89
2 0 5 2 -S
2 0 5 2 -S S S

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 42 .6
144.7
155.1
1 6 1 .3
139 .0
1 55 .6
168 .3
1 13 .6
12 0 .0
136 .8
135 .7
146.4
129 .2
1 3 1 .9

142 .9
145 .0
155 .2
1 6 1 .4
139 .0
155 .9
168 .4
1 1 3 .6
120 .2
137 .2
136.1
147.1
(3)
132 .5

143.3
145.4
155.5
1 6 1.7
139 .0
155 .9
168 .8
1 13 .6
120 .2
137 .7
136 .7
147 .0
126 .7
133.3

3.8
4.2
4.2
4.7
2.5
6.9
3.9
0
1.0
4.0
3.8
4.0
.6
4.0

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

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

132 .6
1 32 .6
1 16 .0
1 2 1 .9

132 .6
132 .6
1 18 .4
123 .0

132 .6
1 32 .6
1 18 .3
122 .9

.5
.5
2.4
1.7

0
0
-.1
-.1

206

12/84

1 12 .3

1 1 4 .8

115 .1

3.6

.3

Raw can e sugar m ills ............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Raw cane sugar .........................................................................................................

2061
2 0 6 1 -P
2 06 1-1

06/ 82
06/ 82
06/82

1 16 .0
1 16 .0
116 .4

1 15 .8
1 15 .8
116 .3

1 13 .7
1 13 .7
114 .1

-.4
-.4
-.3

-1 .8
- 1 .8
- 1 .9

C ane sugar refining................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Refined can e s u g a r ....................................................................................................
Granulated can e s u g a r..........................................................................................
Consum er u n its....................................................................................................
Commercial u n its ................................................................................................

2 06 2
2062-P
2062-1
2 0 6 2 -1 A
2 0 6 2 -1 1 2
2 0 6 2 -11 4

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

124 .4
124.4
124.4
129.3
127 .0
130 .5

124 .9
124 .9
124 .9
12 9 .6
127 .8
130.3

12 5 .0
125 .0
12 5 .0
129 .8
127 .8
130 .3

.8
.8
.8
1.1
.1
1.6

.1
.1
.1
.2
0
0

See footnotes at end of table.




28

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

B eet sugar processing ....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
B eet s u g a r .....................................................................................................................
Granulated b eet sugar ..........................................................................................
Individual services and consum er units ......................................................
Bulk shipm ents ........................................................................
Liquid sugar or syrup
S u cro se type ...
Other products and b yp ro d u cts.......................................................

2063

Confectionery products ........................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Chocolate and chocolate-type confectionery p ro d u c ts ..................................
C hocolate and chocolate-type confectionery products ..............................
N onchocolate-type confectionery products .......................................................
N onchocolate-type confectionery p ro d u c ts....................................................
Confectionery products, n.e.c...................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Miscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esales ......................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2 06 5

Chocolate and coco a p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Chocolate coatings ....................................................................................................
S w eet chocolate coatings ...................................................................................
Milk chocolate coatings ........................................................................................
Chocolate and chocolate-type confectionery p ro d u c ts...................................
Chocolate and chocolate-type confectionery products ..............................
Other chocolate and coco a p ro d u c ts...................................................................
Chocolate, s w e e te n e d ...........................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2 06 6

Chewing gum and gum b a s e ..............................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Chewing gum ..... .........................................................................................................
Nondietetic chewing gum ....................................................................................

2 06 7

2063-P
2 06 3-1
2 06 3-1X
2 0 6 3 -10 7
206 3-115
2 0 6 3 -15
2 0 6 3 -15 1
2063-2

2065-P
206 5-2
2 0 6 5 -2 1 1
2 0 6 5-3
2 0 6 5 -3 11
2 065-8
2065-SM
2065-M
2065-Z 89
2 06 5-S

Nov.
1990?

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 19 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

0 6/ 82
06/ 82
0 6/ 82
0 6/ 82
10/ 82
06/ 82
0 6/ 82
10/ 82
06/ 82

1 2 1 .2
1 2 1 .4
1 2 1 .1
120 .4
1 1 6 .9
1 1 5 .0
122 .1
1 1 1 .4
124 .7

1 19 .4
1 1 9 .5
1 1 9 .2
1 18 .5
112 .1
1 14 .9
122 .2
1 1 1 .8
123.1

1 1 8 .9
1 1 9 .0
1 1 8 .8
1 1 8 .0
112 .1
1 14 .1
122.1
1 10 .1
1 2 1 .4

- 1 .7
- 1 .7
- 2 .6
-2 .6
- 1 .1
0
- 1 .5
- 2 .9
7.6

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

06/83
06/ 83

122 .5
12 2 .8

127 .6
128 .7

128.1
129 .3

6.2
6.2

.4
.5

06/ 83

1 18 .7

1 1 8 .5

1 18 .7

.8

.2

06/83
06/83

125.1
127.4

125 .8
1 5 1 .0

126 .0
152.4

3.3
18.7

.2
.9

06/83
06/83
06/83

130.4
130.4
105 .5

130.4
130 .4
105 .5

130.4
130.4
105 .5

10.7
10.7
0

0
0
0

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

109.1
108 .9
94.2
77.0
9 1.8

109.2
109.1
94.9
78.6
9 1.8

1 10 .0
109.4
96.6
80.2
93.3

2.2
2.1
5.9
10.0
3.6

.7
.3
1.8
2.0
1.6

06/83
06/83
06/83

1 19 .5
107.4
96.1

119 .5
107.4
(3)

1 19 .6
107 .4
95.2

.8
1.8
2.8

.1
0
(3)

06/83

103 .6

O

109.1

5.3

(3)

2067-P
2067-1
2 0 6 7 -11 2

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

1 22 .9
1 2 1 .6
122 .5
122.5

124 .6
123.3
124 .3
124 .3

124 .6
123.3
124 .3
124.3

3.4
2.8
2.8
2.8

0
0
0
0

2074-P
2074-1
2 0 7 4 -11 1
2 074-2
2 0 7 4 -2 11
2074-3
2 07 4 -3 11
2074-4
2 0 7 4 -4 1 4
2 074-451

2066-P
2066-1
2 0 6 6 -1 1 2
2 0 6 6 -12 2
2 066-2
2 06 6 -2 11
2 066-8
2 06 6-82 1
2066-SM
2 0 6 6 -S

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

2 07

12/84

1 0 1.5

94.5

96.5

-.6

2.1

C ottonseed oil mill p ro d u c ts...............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Cottonseed oil, c ru d e ................................................................................................
Cottonseed oil, c ru d e ............................................................................................
Cottonseed oil, once refin e d ...................................................................................
Cottonseed oil, once re fin e d ...............................................................................
Cotton lin ters................................................................................................................
Cotton lin te rs ............................................................................................................
Cottonseed cake, meal, and other b yp ro d u cts.................................................
Cottonseed cake and meal .................................................................................
Cottonseed h u lls .....................................................................................................

2 07 4

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

118 .8
125.1
87.9
87.9
84.4
84.4
170 .6
170 .6
189 .8
183.4
2 38.3

1 10 .3
113 .8
79.2
79.2
77.4
77.4
140 .9
140 .9
175.7
177.2
184.5

108 .6
1 1 1 .6
77.4
77.4
78.8
78.8
140 .9
140 .9
169.2
168 .9
185.3

-3 .4
-6 .5
14.0
14.0
2 1.8
2 1.8
-3 3 .8
-3 3 .8
- 1 5 .8
- 1 3 .9
-2 4 .0

- 1 .5
- 1 .9
-2 .3
-2 .3
1.8
1.8
0
0
-3 .7
-4 .7
.4

Soybean oil mill p ro d u c ts.....................................................................................................
Primary products ............................................................................................................
Soyb ean oil ........................................... ......................................................................
Crude soybean o i l ...................................................................................................
Soyb ean oil, crude, not d eg u m m e d ..............................................................
S oyb ean cake, meal, and other b yp ro d u cts......................................................
Soybean byproducts, meal ..................................................................................

2 07 5

Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c........................................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Vegetable oils, other than corn, cottonseed, soybean, and linseed ..........

2076

Animal and marine fats and oils ........................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
G rease and inedible tallow .....................................................................................
Inedible tallow, including inedible animal s te a rin ..........................................
Inedible beef ta llo w ............................................................................................
Other inedible tallow and inedible animal s te a rin ....................................
G rease, other than wool g r e a s e ........................................................................
Feed and fertilizer b y-p rod u cts...............................................................................
M eat/bone meal .....................................................................................................
Meat meal and m eat and bone m e a l...........................................................
Feather meal ............................................................................................................
Animal and marine oil mill products, including f o o t s .......................................
Fish and marine animal oil ..................................................................................
Fish scrap and m e a l..............................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................

2077

2075-P
2075-1
2 0 7 5 -11
207 5-115
2 07 5-2
2 0 7 5 -2 1 1

12/ 79
12/79

87.6
83.9

78.3
74.8

8 1.7
77.9

.7
-2 .3

4.3
4.1

12/ 79
12/ 79
12/ 79
12/ 79

85.4
92.0
8 1.9
8 1.8

6 9.6
74.5
7 6.9
76.4

74.7
79.4
78.8
78.5

12.7
14.2
-9 .2
-9 .2

7.3
6.6
2.5
2.7

2076-P
207 6-2

12/85
12/ 85
12/ 85

1 5 1.4
124 .3
127 .8

125 .9
1 1 1 .7
109 .7

129 .3
1 14 .5
1 14 .1

-2.1
-7 .1
5.3

2.7
2.5
4.0

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

105 .3
95.4
8 8.6
87.2
86.7
8 8.3
96.4
1 0 1 .4
100 .5
99.2
8 4.6
99.2
9 9.8
98.8

1 1 1 .1
1 03 .2
9 6.6
96.0
95.4
97.2
100 .0
107 .6
10 8 .0
106 .6
99.4
1 1 1 .0
1 06 .5
1 14 .9

113 .1
105 .4
98.9
97.9
97.2
99.4
104 .4
109 .9
1 1 1 .9
1 10 .5
1 0 1 .3
1 12 .9
C)
1 14 .9

-4 .5
-.4
0
-1 .1
.1
- 3 .6
6.3
- 1 .5
-1 .1
-1 .1
-8 .5
2.3
C)
- 1 .4

1.8
2.1
2.4
2.0
1.9
2.3
4.4
2.1
3.6
3.7
1.9
1.7
C)
0

2077-P
2077-1
2 0 7 7 -11 1
2 07 7-11111
2 0 7 7 -11113
2 0 7 7 -1 1 3
2 07 7-2
2 0 7 7 -2 1 1
2 07 7-21111
2 0 7 7 -2 3 7
207 7-3
2 0 7 7-36 1
2 0 7 7 -3 6 6
2077-SM

See footnotes at end of table.




29

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—
-Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry

Product

Index
Aug.
199 0 2

Nov.
199 0 2

Dec.
19902

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/ 89
12/81

130 .1
1 3 1 .6
129 .7
109 .7
1 4 1 .7

12 0 .9
1 2 1 .3
1 18 .1
102 .3
128 .8

122.1
1 2 2 .6
119 .5
104 .7
132 .5

3.8
3.6
2.4
4.7
7.5

1.0
1.1
1.2
2.3
2.9

12/81
12/81
12/89
12/81
02/ 90
12/81
12/81

93.4
110 .1
1 12 .8
1 3 3 .6
1 18 .1
12 6 .3
1 3 6 .5

9 7.3
102 .9
100 .2
1 1 5 .7
10 6 .5
120 .1
1 3 1 .0

97.5
104 .4
100 .2
1 1 7 .5
1 0 1 .6
1 1 7 .7
1 3 1 .9

- 5 .2
-.9
.2
(3)
(3)
-3 .4
7.8

.2
1.5
0
1.6
-4 .6
-2 .0
.7

12/81

124.1

12 0 .4

1 2 1.1

3.9

.6

Dec. 19 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

Shortening and cooking o i l s ................................................................................................
Primary p r o d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Shortening and cooking oils ...................................................................................
Baking or frying f a t s ...............................................................................................
Baking or frying fats (shortening), 10 0 % vegetable o i l ...........................
Baking or frying fats (shortening), 10 0 % animal fats or blends of
vegetable and animal f a t s ........................................................................
Hydrogenated oils other than baking or frying f a t s ......................................
Salad or cooking o ils .............................................................................................
Salad or cooking oils, partially hydrogenated soybean oil ....................
Salad or cooking oils, other soybean o i l .......................................... ..........
All other salad or cooking o i ls ........................................................................
M arg arin e.......................................................................................................................
S econd ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2079

B e v e r a g e s .................................................................................................................................

208

12/ 84

1 1 1 .6

1 1 2 .3

1 1 2 .4

2.6

.1

Malt b e v e r a g e s ........................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................... .-r....................................
Canned beer ..........
Light beer in can s
Regular beer in can s
Bottled b eer ...........
Returnable bottles ..................................................................................................
Regular b eer in returnable b o tt le s ................................................................
Nonreturnable b o ttle s ............................................................................................
Light b eer in nonreturnable b o ttle s ...............................................................
Regular beer in nonreturnable b o ttle s ..........................................................
Barrels and kegs .........................................................................................................
Regular beer in barrels and k e g s ......................................................................
Other fermented malt b everages and b yp ro d u cts...........................................
Malt liq u o r.................................................................................................................

2082

0 6/ 82
0 6/ 82
0 6/ 82
0 6/ 82
06/ 82
0 6/ 82

1 1 4 .5
1 1 4 .5
12 0 .2
1 0 9 .6
1 2 1 .7
1 0 7 .9

1 1 4 .7
1 1 4 .7
12 0 .5
10 9 .6
12 2 .0
10 8 .0

1 1 4 .3
1 1 4 .3
11 9 .7
1 0 9 .6
1 2 1 .1
1 0 8 .0

.7
.7
.4
1.9
.2
3.7

-.3
-.3
-.7
0
-.7
0

2 079-P
2079-1
2 0 7 9 -11
2 0 7 9 -1 1 3
2 0 7 9 -1 1 5
2 0 7 9 -14 2
2 0 7 9 -15
2 0 7 9 -15 1
2 0 7 9 -1 5 2
2 0 7 9 -1 5 9
2 0 7 9 -2
2079-SM
2 0 7 9 -S

2 0 8 2 -P
2 08 2-1
2 0 8 2 -1 1 1
2 0 8 2 -112
2 0 8 2 -2
2 0 8 2 -2 1 1
2 0 8 2 -2 1112
2 0 8 2 -2 2 1
2 0 8 2 -2 2 1 1 1
2 0 8 2 -2 2 1 1 2
208 2-3
2 0 8 2 -3 1 2
2 0 8 2 -4
2 0 8 2 -4 1 1

0 6/ 82
0 6/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82

9 0.6
1 2 5 .5
127 .7
125 .2

9 0.9
12 5 .5
127 .7
12 5 .2

9 0.9
1 2 5 .5
127 .7
125 .2

5.3
2.7
3.3
2.5

0
0
0
0

06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82

108 .9
1 0 5 .0
10 8 .9

108 .9
10 5 .0
1 0 8 .9

108 .9
1 0 5 .0
1 0 8 .9

- 1 1 .8
1.5
1.6

0
0
0

2083-P
2 08 3-1
2 0 8 3 -12 1

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

1 1 2 .2
1 1 2 .2
1 1 2 .2
1 1 2 .2

10 5 .6
10 5 .6
10 5 .6
10 5 .6

10 5 .8
1 0 5 .8
10 5 .8
1 0 5 .8

- 1 1 .6
- 1 1 .6
- 1 1 .6
- 1 1 .6

.2
.2
.2
.2

i
Malt and malt b y p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Malt and malt b yp rod u cts.........................................................................................
Malt and malt b y p ro d u c ts.....................................................................................

2083

W ines, brandy and brandy spirits ......................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
G rape table wines
White wines
White varietal w in e s ...........................................................................................
White generic, sem i-generic, and proprietary w in e s ................................
Red wines
Red varietal w in e s ..............................................................................................
Red generic, semi-generic, and proprietary wines ...................................
R ose wines
R ose generic, semi-generic, and proprietary wines ................................
Other fruit and berry wines ......................................................................................
Other fruit and berry w in e s ..................................................................................
D essert w ines
D essert w ines
Sparkling wines, natural and c a rb o n a te d ............................................................
Sparkling wines, natural and carbonated ........................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Seco nd ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2084

Distilled spirits, except b ra n d y ............................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Distilled spirits, except brandy (bulk and b o ttle d )............................................
Bottled distilled spirits, except brandy .............................................................
W hiskey .................................................................................................................
American blended w h isk e y ..........................................................................
American blended whiskey - blend of w h isk ie s ................................
Am erican blended whiskey - blend of whiskey with neutral
spirits ......................................................................................................
Bourbon whiskey and rye w h is k e y ............................................................
Bourbon w h isk e y .........................................................................................
Other whiskey, except imports (corn, bourbon & blend, light,
etc.) .............................................................................................................
Distilled spirits, except w hiskey and b ra n d y ...............................................
Vodka .................................................................................................................
Gin .......................................................................................................................
C ordials/liqueurs.............................................................................................
Other distilled spirits, except im ports (spirit-based coolers,
bitters, etc.) ..............................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esa le s ................................................................................. ....................................

2085

2 084-P
2 08 4-1
2 0 8 4 -112
2 08 4-112 11
208 4-112 21
2 08 4-114
2 0 8 4 -1 1 4 1 1
2 0 8 4 -11 4 2 1
2 0 8 4 -1 1 6
208 4-116 21
2 0 8 4 -3
2 0 8 4 -3 1 1
2 0 8 4 -4
2 0 8 4 -4 1 1
2 0 8 4 -5
2 0 8 4 -5 1 1
2084-SM
2 0 8 4 -S

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

1 1 2 .8
1 1 4 .7
1 0 9 .2
1 0 5 .3
1 1 6 .2
1 0 1 .8
1 1 4 .0
146 .4
104 .0
10 8 .5
10 2 .0
1 1 1 .5
1 1 1 .5
1 0 6 .9
1 0 6 .9
1 0 2 .6
1 0 2 .6

1 1 4 .3
1 1 6 .0
10 9 .5
10 5 .9
1 1 6 .2
10 2 .7
1 1 4 .3
144.1
105.1
108 .5
10 2 .0
1 1 1 .5
1 1 1 .5
1 1 2 .6
1 1 2 .6
1 0 4 .5
1 0 4 .5

>114.5
1 1 6 .2
1 1 0 .2
1 0 7 .5
1 1 7 .9
10 4 .3
1 1 4 .3
14 4 .0
105.1
108 .5
1 0 2 .0
1 1 1 .5
1 1 1 .5
1 1 1 .7
1 1 1 .7
10 4 .5
1 0 4 .5

3.2
4.4
1.5
1.7
.6
2.3
-.3
-5 .1
1.7
4.4
3.6
0
0
6.0
6 .0
4 .3
4 .3

.2
.2
.6
1.5
1.5
1.6
0
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
-.8
-.8
0
0

12/ 83

127 .1

1 2 9 .5

1 2 9 .5

1.9

0

2085-P
2 0 8 5 -5
2 0 8 5 -5 2
2 0 8 5 -5 2 1
2 0 8 5 -5 2 11
208 5-52 111

06/ 83
06/ 83
06/ 90
06/ 83
06/ 90
06/ 90
06/ 83

1 2 1 .8
1 2 1 .2
1 0 1 .0
12 2 .8
100 .1
100.1
1 2 1 .6

1 2 3 .7
12 2 .8
1 0 2 .4
12 4 .8
1 0 1 .7
100.1
(3)

12 2 .8
1 2 1 .8
1 0 1 .5
124.1
1 0 1 .7
100.1
(3)

5.2
5.0
(3)
5 .6
(3)
(3)
(3)

-.7
-.8
-.9
- .6
0
0
(3)

2 08 5-52 112
2 0 8 5 -5 2 1 2
2 0 8 5 -5 2 1 2 1

06/ 83
06/ 83
06/ 90

10 7 .3
130 .1
10 0 .2

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

107 .3
132 .8
1 0 2 .2

2.0
7.5
(3)

(3)
-.1
-.1

2 0 8 5 -5 2 1 3
2 0 8 5 -5 2 2
2 0 8 5 -5 2 2 11
2 0 8 5 -5 2 2 2 1
2 0 8 5 -5 2 2 4 1

06/ 90
06/ 90
06/ 83
06/ 83
06/ 83

1 0 5 .8
1 0 2 .0
1 1 6 .5
12 2 .5
1 1 8 .3

1 0 7 .2
1 0 3 .7
1 1 6 .5
1 3 2 .0
1 1 8 .6

10 7 .2
1 0 2 .5
1 1 6 .7
122 .7
1 1 8 .4

(3)
(3)
5.7
1.3
3.1

0
- 1 .2
.2
- 7 .0
-.2

2 0 8 5 -5 2 2 6 1
2 085-SM
2085-M
2085-Z 89

0 6/ 90

10 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

(3)

0 8/ 83
08/ 83

1 1 4 .0
1 1 4 .7

1 1 6 .8
1 1 7 .5

1 1 6 .0
1 1 6 .7

4 .4
4.7

See footnotes at end of table.




30

0
-.7
-.7

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry
code

Industry and product1

Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
1990?

Bottled and canned soft d rin k s ....................................................................................
Primary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
Bottled and canned soft d rin k s ........................................................................
C anned carbonated soft drinks in 10 and 12 oz c a n s .........................
N on d ietetics....................................................................................................
Cola ...............................................................................................................
O range .........................................................................................................
Lemon, lime and lem on-lim e.................................................................
Ginger a l e ....................................................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a .......................................................................................................
Low c a lo rie ......................................................................................................
C o l a ...............................................................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a .......................................................................................................
10 to 12 oz bottled carbonated soft d rin k s...............................................
Nondietetics ....................................................................................................
Cola ...............................................................................................................
16 oz bottled carbonated soft d rin k s..........................................................
N ondietetic......................................................................................................
Cola ...............................................................................................................
Lemon, lime and lemon lim e .................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a .......................................................................................................
Low c a lo rie ......................................................................................................
C o la ...............................................................................................................
All other size bottled carbonated soft d rin k s ...........................................
N ondietetics....................................................................................................
C o la ...............................................................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated w ater and club
s o d a .......................................................................................................
Low C a lo rie .....................................................................................................
Cola ...............................................................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a .......................................................................................................
Fruit drinks, cocktails and ades containing no real fruit j u i c e ............
Soft drinks sold in b u lk .......................................................................................
Cola ......................................................................................................................
Other fla v o rs .......................................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................
M iscellaneous receipts .......................................................................................
R esales ................................................................................................................

2086

Flavoring extracts and sirups, n.e.c.................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................................
Flavoring extracts, emulsions and other liquid fla v o r s .................................
Natural extracts in containers of more than 8 o u n c e s .............................
Imitation e x tra c ts ...................................................................................................
Liquid b everage b ases, not for use by soft drink b o ttle rs ...........................
Cocktail m ix e s .......................................................................................................
Other fla v o r s ..........................................................................................................
Liquid b everage b ases, for use by soft drink b o ttle rs ..................................
Other liquid b everage b ase s containing kola extract or fla vorin g .........
Other fla v o r s ..........................................................................................................
Other flavoring agents, except chocolate sirups; flavoring pow ders and
t a b le t s ..................................................................................................................
Soft drinks (effervescen t and n oneffervescent) .........................................
Other flavoring pow ders and tablets; dry mix cocktails; flavoring
p a s t e .................................................................................................................
Flavoring sirups for fountain, ice cream, home beverage use, all
fla v o rs ...............................................................................................................
Fruit, crushed or whole, for fountain and ice cream u s e .........................
Food colorings ......................................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts ...............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................

2087

Miscellaneous food preparations and kindred products .

Dec.
19902

Dec. 19 8 9

3.1
2.8
3.1
1.2
1.8
2.0
0
5.1

Nov. 19 9 0

2 086-P
2 08 6-1
2 0 8 6 -11
2 0 8 6 -1 1 1
2 0 8 6 -1115 1
2 08 6-11152
2 08 6-11153
2 08 6-11155

06/81
06/81
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
0 6/ 89
06/ 89
0 6/ 89

1 2 6 .5
127 .4
103 .2
1 0 1 .0
1 0 1 .2
100 .5
97.9
107 .8
100 .0

1 2 7 .5
12 8 .3
10 3 .9
102 .9
103 .7
1 0 3 .5
104 .7
107 .7
8 8.6

12 7 .9
128 .7
104 .4
103 .0
103 .8
103 .2
105 .6
108 .4
88.6

(3)

208 6-11157
2 08 6-112
2 0 8 6-112 58

06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89

1 0 0 .0
100.1
9 9.2

10 3 .0
10 0 .0
100.1

10 3 .6
100.1
100 .2

1.2
- 1 .0
- 1 .5

.6
.1
.1

2 08 6-112 59
2 0 8 6 -13
2 0 8 6 -13 1
2 0 8 6 -13 111
2 0 8 6 -14
2 0 8 6 -14 1
2 0 8 6 -1 4 1 2 1
2 0 8 6-14 123

06/ 89
0 6/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89

1 0 1 .5
1 0 2 .4
102.1
1 0 1 .6
107 .7
109 .3
1 1 1 .9
105 .0

9 9.8
103 .8
103 .7
10 3 .0
10 5 .2
10 6 .2
10 7 .6
10 6 .8

99.8
104 .7
104 .7
103 .6
107.1
108 .4
1 1 0 .2
106 .8

-.4
3.9
3.7
4.5
5.2
4.5
4.4
6.0

0
.9
1.0
.6
1.8
2.1
2.4
0

2 0 8 6-14 127
2 0 8 6 -1 4 2
2 0 8 6 -1 4 2 2 8
2 0 8 6 -1 6
2 0 8 6 -16 1
2 0 8 6-16 142

06/ 89
06/ 89
0 6/ 89
0 6/ 89
0 6/ 89
06/ 89

98.8
97.9
9 6.2
103.1
1 0 2 .6
1 0 0 .9

98.5
9 8.9
9 8.4
10 4 .5
10 3 .7
103 .2

100 .7
99.7
93.1
104 .0
103 .3
103.1

5.4
10.4
9.4
3.6
3.5
3.4

2.2
.8
-5 .4
-.5
-.4
-.1

2 0 8 6-16 144
2 0 8 6 -1 6 2
2 0 8 6 -1 6 2 4 5

06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89

1 0 6 .0
10 5 .2
10 0 .7

1 0 4 .8
10 7 .7
1 0 0 .6

103 .7
107 .2
99.5

3.6
4.4
2.7

- 1 .0
-.5
- 1 .1

2 0 8 6 -1 6 2 4 7
2 0 8 6 -17 1
2 0 8 6-4
2 0 8 6 -4 1 1
2 0 8 6 -4 2 1
2 086-SM
2 0 8 6 -M
2 08 6-Z 8 9

06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89

1 1 2 .0
1 0 3 .9
10 5 .8
10 7 .5
102 .5

1 18 .4
10 2 .9
108.1
1 1 1 .0
10 2 .5

1 19 .0
10 2 .9
10 6 .9
108.1
104 .5

6.7
3.5
1.7
1.0
3.1

.5
0
- 1 .1
- 2 .6
2.0

06/81
06/81

1 2 2 .6
123 .7

1 24 .3
12 5 .4

124 .2
1 25 .3

4.9
4 .9

-.1
-.1

2087-P
2 08 7-1
2 08 7-115
2 0 8 7 -1 5 3
2 0 8 7 -2
2 0 8 7 -2 1 5
2 0 8 7 -2 2 5
2 0 8 7 -3
2 0 8 7 -3 1 3
2 0 8 7 -3 3 9

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

1 1 5 .5
117 .1
103.1
1 0 4 .9
102.1
1 18 .1
(3)
1 1 7 .9
1 2 6 .0
126 .4
12 3 .3

1 1 6 .2
1 1 7 .8
103.1
104 .9
102.1
1 1 7 .3
(3)
1 17 .8
1 2 6 .0
1 2 6 .5
123 .3

1 17 .7
1 1 9 .6
102 .7
104 .2
102.1
1 17 .5
(3)
118 .1
130 .3
130 .8
126 .9

3.3
3.7
-.2
-.4
0
6.5
(3)
7.0
4.2
4.1
3.7

1.3
1.5
-.4
-.7
0
.2
( ’)
.3
3.4
3.4
2.9

2 0 8 7 -4
2 0 8 7 -4 3 5

0.3
.3
.5
.1
.1
-.3
.9
.6
0

12/ 85
12/ 85

1 1 0 .0
10 4 .7

1 1 1 .8
109 .5

1 1 1 .7
109 .5

3.2
5.0

-.1
0

2 0 8 7 -4 3 6

.

12/ 85

1 1 3 .5

1 1 3 .8

1 13 .7

1.3

-.1

2 0 8 7 -4 5 9
2 0 8 7 -4 6 1
2 0 8 7 -4 7 1
2087-SM
2 0 8 7 -S

Canned and cured s e a fo o d s ............................................................................................. .
Primary p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................................
Canned and cured seafo o d s including soup (except fro z en )......................
Canned s a lm o n .....................................................................................................
Canned s a rd in e s ...................................................................................................
Canned c la m s ........................................................................................................
Other canned fish and seafood (except soups, stew s, and chow ders)
Canned seafo od soups, stew s and c h o w d e rs .............................................
Sm oked s a lm o n ....................................................................................................
Other sm oked f i s h ................................................................................................
Salted and pickled f is h ........................................................................................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...............................................
S econd ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................

12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85

1 1 2 .3
1 1 3 .2
90.4

1 1 1 .5
1 14 .3
90.4

1 1 1 .2
1 13 .7
90.4

1.7
1.0
- 2 .2

-.3
-.5
0

12/ 85

102 .3

10 2 .0

1 0 1 .8

- 1 .5

-.2

209

12/ 84

1 1 7 .7

1 1 8 .9

1 1 8 .5

4.2

-.3

2 09 1

12/ 84
12/ 84
12/ 84
12/ 84
12/ 84
12/ 84
12/ 84
02/ 85
12/ 84
12/ 84
12/ 84

126 .4
1 1 5 .4
1 1 5 .4
148.1
1 1 2 .5
10 4 .6
120 .3
8 0.0
122 .7
140 .8
123.1

1 1 9 .6
1 1 2 .3
1 1 2 .3
14 2 .2
9 9.7
1 0 4 .6
12 0 .3
8 0.0
12 2 .9
14 0 .8
1 1 5 .5

1 2 1 .5
1 1 2 .2
1 1 2 .2
1 4 1 .2
1 1 1 .0
105.1
1 13 .3
8 1.9
12 2 .9
140 .8
1 1 5 .5

- 3 .6
- 3 .9
- 3 .9
- 6 .9
(3)
(3)
.9
0
( ’)
4.1

1.6
-.1
-.1
-.7
1 1.3
.5
-5 .8
2.4
0
0
0

12/ 84

14 7 .4

13 4 .9

139 .7

(3)

3.6

2 0 9 1 -P
2 0 9 1-1
2 09 1-113
2 09 1-114
2 0 9 1-115
2 0 9 1-119
2 09 1-13 1
2 0 9 1 -1 5 1
2 09 1-17 1
2 09 1-18 2
2 0 9 1 -SM
2 0 9 1-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
1990?

31

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

13 5 .3
133 .1
1 5 6 .7
1 0 4 .0
1 1 1 .3
122 .0
11 3 .7

12/ 82
06/89
12/82

140 .9
134 .7
117 .1

147 .7
1 4 1 .3
124.1

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/88
06/81

122 .5
1 19 .2
1 19 .0
106.1
12 0 .2
100 .0
1 19 .5

06/81
06/81

2098-P

2 09 8

Food preparations, n.e.c........................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Chips (potato, corn, e tc .) ..........................................................................................
Potato chips and s tic k s .........................................................................................
Plain potato chips and s tic k s ..........................................................................
Flavored potato chips and s tic k s ..................................................................
Corn chips, curls, and related p ro d u cts...........................................................
Other chips, sticks, e tc ...........................................................................................
Sw eetening syrups and m o la s s e s .........................................................................
Sw eetening syrups and m olasses, containing corn syrup ........................
Sw eetening syrups and m olasses, not containing corn syrup .................
Tea in consum er p a c k a g e s ................................. ....................................................
C hocolate and c oco a products, except confectionary (mfpm) ....................
C hocolate syrups, with chocolate powder b a s e ...........................................
Other food preparations, n.e.c.................................................................................
S p i c e s .........................................................................................................................
Consum er size black and white pepper (under 1 lb.) .............................
Consum er size spices (under 1 lb.), except p e p p e r................................
Commercial size spices (1 lb. and over), except pepper ......................

1 3 6 .5
1 3 4 .5
1 5 8 .2
10 6 .9
1 1 1 .2
1 1 4 .6
13 0 .8
(3)
(3)
1 4 5 .3
1 1 9 .5
1 6 4 .0
15 6 .6
1 1 9 .4
1 0 2 .3
10 3 .2
120 .2
129 .2
1 1 4 .2
104 .8
10 4 .3
1 1 0 .6
100 .4
98.9
95.7
1 08 .8
99.4
(3)
107 .4
129 .9
102 .8

2097

Macaroni, spaghetti, and n o o d le s .....................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, and other macaroni products of all
types, except canned ........................................................................................
Macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, and other macaroni products of all
types, except c a n n e d ....................................................................................
Noodle products of all shapes, sizes, and types, except c a n n e d ..............
Noodle products of all sh ap es, sizes, and types, except canned ..........

1 2 9 .0
127 .1
15 5 .0
10 3 .4
1 0 9 .7
1 1 7 .4
1 2 1 .7
1 9 6 .3
1 1 7 .7
137 .4
1 0 9 .9
1 5 0 .0
14 4 .8
10 6 .5
102 .3
1 0 1 .5
118 .1
127 .0
10 5 .4
1 0 0 .2
9 1.4
105 .3
98.1
98.2
9 9.6
108.1
9 1.6
(3)
1 08 .6
93.0
95.9

2095

Manufactured ice ....................................................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Can or block i c e ..........................................................................................................
Cubed,crushed or other processed ice ...............................................................

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
06/ 89
06/ 89
12/ 82
06/ 89
12/ 82
06/ 89
12/ 82
06/ 89
12/ 82
12/ 82
06/ 89
0 6/ 89
0 6/ 89
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
02/83
12/ 82
06/ 89
06/ 89
06/ 89
08/89
08/ 89
06/ 89
06/89

2092

C o f f e e ........................................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
W hole bean and ground roasted coffee .............................................................
W hole bean, roasted c o f f e e ................................................................................
Ground, roasted c o f f e e .........................................................................................
Ground coffee mixtures ........................................................................................
Concentrated (instant) c o f f e e .................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Miscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R e s a le s ......................................................................................................................

Dec.
1990?

2097-P
2 097-1
209 7-2

Fresh or frozen packaged f i s h ...........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Fresh packaged fish and other seafood ..............................................................
Prepared fresh fish, excluding shellfish ...........................................................
Prepared fresh shellfish ........................................................................................
Crabm eat: blue and rock ................................................................................
Other crabm eat ...................................................................................................
O ysters ..................................................................................................................
C la m s ......................................................................................................................
Frozen packaged fish, excluding shellfish ..........................................................
Groundfish ................................................................................................................
Groundfish, fillets and s t e a k s .........................................................................
Groundfish, sticks and p o rtio n s......................................................................
Other g ro un d fish .................................................................................................
F lo u n d e r.....................................................................................................................
Other frozen f i s h .....................................................................................................
Other fillets and steak s ....................................................................................
Other frozen packaged fish .............................................................................
Frozen packaged shellfish and other seafood, including s o u p ....................
Frozen shrimp ..........................................................................................................
Shrimp, headless, raw .......................................................................................
Shrimp, peeled, r a w ...........................................................................................
Shrimp, peeled, c o o k e d ....................................................................................
Shrimp, b r e a d e d ..................................................................................................
Other 1 0 0 percent shrimp p ro d u cts..............................................................
Frozen crabs ............................................................................................................
Crab meat, blue and rock ................................................................................
Crab, king, sections ...........................................................................................
Other c r a b .............................................................................................................
Other frozen packaged sh ellfish ........................................................................
Other frozen s e a f o o d s ..........................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esales ......................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

Nov.
19902

2099

2 09 2-P
2 0 9 2 -2
2 09 2-2A
209 2-2B
2 0 9 2 -2 2 1
2 0 9 2 -2 2 2
2 0 9 2 -2 2 4
2 0 9 2 -2 2 5
2 0 9 2 -3
2 09 2-3A
2 0 9 2 -3 2 1
2 0 9 2 -3 2 2
2 0 9 2 -3 2 3
209 2-3B
2 0 9 2-3C
2 0 9 2 -3 2 6
2 0 9 2 -3 2 9
2 0 9 2 -4
2 09 2-4A
2 0 9 2 -4 2 1
2 0 9 2 -4 2 2
2 0 9 2 -4 2 3
2 0 9 2 -4 2 4
2 0 9 2 -4 2 5
2 092-4C
2 09 2-43 1
2 09 2-43 4
2 0 9 2 -4 3 5
2092-4D
2092-4E
2092-SM
2092-M
2092-Z 89
2 0 9 2 -S

2095-P
2095-1
2 0 9 5 -1 1 1
2 09 5-116
2 0 9 5 -12 1
209 5-2
2095-SM
2095-M
2095-Z 89

Nov. 1 9 9 0

9.8
8.2
2.4
4.1
1.6
- 1 5 .3
23.3
(3)
(3)
13.4
19.8
2 5.7
15.7
3 4.2
1.9
5.2
1 1 .0
1.6
7.4
6.8
9.8
9.9
5.8
3.6
-3 .8
7.4
- 1 5 .4
(3)
(3)
9.4
7.8

-0 .9
- 1 .0
-.9
-2 .7
.1
6.5
-1 3 .1
(3)
(3)
.8
2.2
2.3
1.7
4.9
0
- 1 .4
-.6
-2 .0
-2 .7
.1
- 1 .1
0
-.2
1.0
- 1 .8
-6 .2
5.2
(3)
(3)
- 9 .9
3.2

149 .7
143 .2
123 .9

34.9
34.8
1.6

1.4
1 .3
-.2

120 .6
117 .1
1 16 .4
105 .3
1 17 .3
9 9.9
118 .8

1 18 .4
114 .4
1 12 .8
104 .8
113 .3
99.9
118 .8

2.3
-.7
-.7
-2 .5
-.7
-.1
-.6

- 1 .8
-2 .3
-3.1
-.5
-3 .4
0
0

100 .8
100 .7

100 .8
100 .7

1 0 1 .7
1 0 1 .6

-.2
-.3

.9
.9

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

1 18 .7
1 1 2 .5
1 2 1 .6
107 .3

1 19 .0
112 .7
1 2 1 .6
107 .7

119 .3
1 13 .0
122 .2
107 .9

2.6
2.8
6.1
.9

.3
.3
.5
.2

06/ 85
06/ 85

1 17 .9
119 .1

109 .8
1 10 .5

112 .2
113 .0

- .8
- 1 .2

2.2
2.3

(3)
(3)
146 .4
122.1
1 67 .8
15 9 .3
125 .2
102 .3
1 0 1 .8
1 19 .5
126 .6
1 1 1 .1
1 0 4 .9
1 0 3 .2
1 1 0 .6
1 00 .2
99.9
94.0
102.1
104 .6
(3)
(3)
117 .0
106.1

2098-1

06/85

120 .7

109.1

1 16 .5

1.3

6.8

209 8-111
20 9 8 -2
2 0 9 8 -2 1 1

06/ 85
0 6/ 85
06/ 85

120 .7
1 1 3 .6
1 1 3 .6

109.1
1 1 5 .0
1 1 5 .0

116 .5
1 0 1 .4
1 0 1 .4

1.3
-9 .7
-9 .7

6.8
- 1 1 .8
- 1 1 .8

209 9-P
2 0 9 9 -2
2 0 9 9 -2 1 1
2 09 9-21112
2 09 9-21114
209 9-26 1
2 09 9 -2 9 8
2 099-3
2 0 9 9 -3 2 5
2 0 9 9 -3 2 7
2 0 9 9 -5
2 0 9 9-8
2 0 9 9 -8 9 4
2 0 9 9 -9
2 09 9 -9 3 1
2 0 9 9 -9 3 1 3 1
2 0 9 9 -9 3 1 3 8
2 0 9 9 -9 3 1 3 9

12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85
0 3/ 86
12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85

1 1 4 .4
1 1 4 .9
1 1 2 .9
1 1 5 .6
1 14 .3
12 1 .7
108 .3
1 15 .3
147 .0
152 .5
10 6 .0
107 .4
1 0 1 .6
10 5 .7
120 .1
1 1 4 .9
128 .2
128 .6
104 .7

1 1 6 .7
1 1 7 .4
1 1 4 .6
1 1 7 .7
1 16 .8
122.1
1 10 .0
1 15 .0
133 .3
1 3 5 .5
1 1 6 .9
1 0 7 .4
9 7.0
1 08 .7
126 .7
1 1 5 .6
12 8 .2
n
105.1

1 1 6 .9
1 17 .4
1 1 4 .5
1 17 .1
116 .4
120 .6
109 .6
1 19 .5
127 .3
128 .7
1 1 6 .8
107 .4
95.8
108 .7
127 .3
1 1 7 .5
12 8 .2
134.1
104 .5

4.5
4-7
5.0
4.0
4.1
3.3
7.5
2.3
-2 .5
- 1 .9
-7.1
3.7
-6 .6
4.9
6.3
-.3
-4 .8
9.3
-8 .3

.2
0
-.1
-.5
-.3
- 1 .2
-.4
3.9
-4 .5
-5 .0
-.1
0
- 1 .2
0
.5
1.6
0
C)
-.6

See footnotes at end of table.




Dec. 19 8 9

32

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products-Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product*

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

Food preparations, n.e.c.—Continued
Perishable prepared foods (sold in bulk or packages, not fro z e n ) .........
S a la d s (sold in bulk or packages, not frozen) ..........................................
Sandw iches, m ade from bread (sold in bulk or packages, not
fro z e n )............................................................................................................
Other perishable prepared foods (sold in bulk or packages, not
fro z e n )............................................................................................................
U npopped popcorn in consum er p a c k a g e s ...................................................
Other, other food preparations, n.e.c................................................................
Seco ndary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R e s a le s .....................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Canned fruits, vegetables, preserves, jams, and j e l lie s .............................
Dried and dehydrated fruits, vegetables, and soup m ix e s .........................
Pickled fruits and veg etables, vegetable sa u c es and seasonings, and
salad d re s s in g s ...............................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................

Nov.
1990?

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 19 8 9

Nov. 19 9 0

2 0 9 9 -9 6 1
2 0 9 9 -9 6 1 6 3

12/ 85
12/ 85

1 1 5 .5
1 1 6 .3

1 1 5 .8
1 1 7 .0

1 15 .8
1 1 6 .9

2.5
4.9

0
-.1

2 0 9 9 -9 6 1 6 5

12/ 85

106 .4

10 6 .4

106 .4

13.0

0

2 0 9 9 -9 6 1 6 8
2 0 9 9 -9 8 5
2 0 9 9 -9 9 8
2099-SM
2099-M
2099-Z 89
2 0 9 9 -S
2 0 3 3 -S
2 0 3 4 -S

12/ 85
12/ 85
12/ 85

1 17 .1
1 13 .1
115 .5

1 1 7 .4
1 1 5 .9
115 .7

1 17 .4
(3)
1 18 .4

- .3
(3)
6.5

0
(3)
2.3

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

10 6 .5
107 .3
1 14 .8
1 15 .6
119 .9

107 .6
108 .4
1 15 .3
1 15 .6
1 19 .9

107 .5
108 .4
116 .9
1 15 .6
1 19 .9

2.7
2.9
2.8
7.0
5.4

-.1
0
1.4
0
0

2 0 3 5 -S
2 0 9 9 -S S S

12/ 85
12/ 85

1 14 .3
1 14 .3

116 .7
114 .3

1 16 .8
1 16 .6

3.7
2.3

.1
2.0

Tobacco m anu factu res.........................................................................................................

21

12/84

186 .0

190.2

195 .0

12.2

2.5

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

2 11

12/82

200 .8

2 05.6

2 10 .9

12.7

2.6

C ig a re tte s ..................................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Filter t ip ..........................................................................................................................
81 to 95 mm lo n g ...................................................................................................
G reater than 9 5 m m ..............................................................................................

2 111

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

200 .8
203 .9
200 .4
198 .8
203 .9

205 .6
209 .2
205.1
204.3
208 .6

2 10 .9
2 14 .8
2 1 1 .0
2 09 .8
2 1 6 .6

12.7
13.4
13.5
13.7
15.2

2.6
2.7
2.9
2.7
3.8

C ig a rs.........................................................................................................................................

212

12/82

14 1 .9

143.8

144.1

9.2

.2

C ig a rs.........................................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts.............................................................................................................
Cigars and cigarillos (weighing 3 or more pounds per 1,0 0 0 c ig a rs).........
Cigarillos (weighing 3 to 1 0 pounds per 1 ,0 0 0 ) .............................................
Cigars (weighing m ore than 1 0 pounds per 1 ,0 0 0 ) ......................................

2 12 1
2 12 1-P
2 12 1-3
2 12 1-3 12
2 12 1-3 14

12/82
12/82
12/ 82
0 6/ 89
0 6/ 89

14 1 .9
14 1 .3
1 4 1 .3
108 .8
1 0 6 .3

143 .8
143.2
1 4 3 .2
11 3 .0
10 6 .6

144.1
1 43 .6
143 .6
1 1 2 .3
107 .2

9.2
8.9
8.9
12.3
7.3

.2
.3
.3
-.6
.6

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

Chewing and smoking tobacco and snuff ......................................................................

2 13

12/ 82

167 .0

168 .0

17 2 .9

7.5

2.9

Chewing and smoking tobacco and s n u f f ......................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Smoking to b a c c o ........................................................................................................
Loose leaf chewing to b a c c o ...................................................................................
Chewing tobacco other than loose leaf, including fine cut, plug, and
tw is t.........................................................................................................................
Snuff, dry and m o is t..................................................................................................

2 13 1
2 13 1-P
2 13 1-111
2 13 1-113

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

167 .0
1 7 1 .0
1 5 6 .2
1 6 1 .6

1 6 8 .0
172 .0
1 6 1 .8
1 6 1 .6

172 .9
177 .3
1 6 1 .8
173 .9

7.5
7.7
12.3
8.2

2.9
3.1
0
7.6

2 13 1-115
2 13 1-117

12/ 82
12/ 82

16 4 .2
203.1

164 .2
203.1

1 7 1 .6
203.1

8.1
4.6

4.5
0

T obacco stemming and redrying ......................................................................................

2 14

06/ 84

103 .4

105.1

10 5 .9

5.2

.8

T obacco stemming and redrying ......................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................................
Unstem m ed leaf tobacco redried before packing, including interplant
tra n s fe rs .................................................................................................................
Unstem m ed leaf tobacco redried before packing, including interplant
tr a n s fe r s .............................................................................................................
Tobacco stem m ed .....................................................................................................
Packed for sale a s s u c h ......................................................................................
Reconstituted tobacco (processed sh eet and h om ogenized)......................
Reconstituted tobacco (processed sh eet and h o m og en ized )..................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
Contract work and other m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .........................................
R esales .....................................................................................................................

2 14 1
2 14 1-P

06/ 84
06/ 84

103 .4
9 9.6

105.1
1 0 1 .5

105 .9
102.4

5.2
5.8

.8
.9

2 1 4 1 -1

06/ 84

1 0 7 .6

10 8 .5

107 .3

1.2

- 1 .1

2 14 1-12 1
2 14 1-2
2 14 1-2 1
2 14 1-3
2 1 4 1 -3 1 1
2 14 1-S M
2141-M
2 141-X Y 9
2 14 1-Z 8 9

06/ 84
06/ 84
06/84
06/ 89
06/ 89

1 0 7 .6
98.4
95.4
104 .4
104.4

10 8 .5
100 .4
(3)
10 5 .6
105 .6

107 .3
1 0 1 .4
9 6.9
105 .2
105.2

1.2
6.2
5.9
.2
.2

- 1 .1
1.0

11/ 84
11/ 84
06/ 89

122 .0
125 .0
100.2

122.1
125.0
100.3

122.3
125.7
100 .3

1.7
3.8
.2

.2
.6
0

Textile mill p ro d u cts...............................................................................................................

22

12/84

1 1 1 .7

1 1 1 .8

1 1 1 .8

1.6

0

Cotton broadwoven fa b ric ....................................................................................................

221

12/80

110 .2

109.3

108 .9

-.4

-.4

Cotton broadwoven fa b ric ....................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................................
Gray cotton broadwoven fabric, except interplant tr a n s f e r s ........................
Plain w eaves, except d u c k ..................................................................................
Sheeting, other than bed sheeting ...............................................................
Twill w eaves, except denim ................................................................................
Twill w eaves, except d e n im ............................................................................
Other w eaves, except pile fa b ric .......................................................................
Finished cotton broadwoven fabric, except interplant tra n s fe rs ..................
Twill w e a v e s .............................................................................................................
Blue indigo d en im ...............................................................................................
Pile fa b ric ..................................................................................................................

2 2 11

12/80
12/80
12/ 80
06/ 87
12/ 80

110 .2
110 .5
1 0 9 .6
108 .4
9 1.1

109.3
110 .3
1 1 1 .3
109 .2
9 2.8

108.9
110 .1
1 1 1 .6
10 9 .9
9 1.9

-.4
.5
2.6
3.3
.2

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

12/80
06/ 87
12/80
06/87
06/87
06/87

1 10 .0
1 1 5 .0
106 .6
102 .3
9 8.6
117 .1

115 .2
116 .3
103 .6
1 00 .5
98.6
116 .4

115 .2
116 .2
103 .3
10 1 .4
99.0
117 .4

3.7
1.0
-1.1
-4 .0
-3 .9
4.0

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

2 2 1 1-P
2 2 1 1 -A
2 2 11-A 1
2 2 1 1 -A 1 4
2 2 1 1-A 2
2 2 1 1-A21
2 2 11-A 3
2 2 1 1-B
2 2 11-B 2
2 2 1 1-B21
2 211-B 4

See footnotes at end of table.




33

C)
-.4
-.4

table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Dec.
1990?

12/ 80
12/ 80
06/ 87
06/ 87
12/ 80

9 1 .6
12 4 .9
1 1 0 .0
98.1
12 4 .6

(3)
123 .1
10 8 .4
1 0 0 .0
(3)

(3)
12 2 .2
10 7 .9
10 0 .0
(3)

(3)
- 1 .8
- 1 .6
-2 .4
(3)

(3)
-0 .7
-.5
0
(3)

12/ 80
12/ 80

1 0 7 .2
1 1 2 .5

1 0 2 .8
1 1 1 .5

1 0 1 .7
1 1 0 .6

-5 .0
-.5

-1 .1
-.8

06/81

1 1 5 .8

1 1 6 .4

1 1 6 .4

2 .0

0

2 2 2 1 -P
2 2 2 1-1
2 22 1-12
2 2 2 1 -1 2 1
2 22 1-12 2
2 22 1-12 2 3
2 22 1-12 2 4

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/ 81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

1 1 5 .8
1 1 4 .6
1 13 .1
1 1 2 .7
1 2 8 .0
1 0 9 .4
1 3 6 .3
9 3.5

1 1 6 .4
1 1 5 .4
1 1 3 .3
1 1 2 .9
1 2 8 .2
1 0 9 .5
135 .1
9 4.3

1 1 6 .4
1 1 5 .5
1 1 3 .9
1 1 3 .3
129 .0
1 0 9 .9
135 .1
95.8

2 .0
2.5
1.6
.3
-.8
.5
- 2 .5
-.7

0
.1
.5
.4
.6
.4
0
1.6

2 22 1-13
2 22 1-13 5
2 22 1-13 5 1
2 2 2 1-13 5 11
2 2 2 1-13 5 6
2 22 1-13 6
2 22 1-13 7
2 2 2 1-13 7 2
2 22 1-14 3
2 2 2 1 -2
2 2 2 1-2 1
2 22 1-212
2 22 1-213

06/81
06/ 87
06/ 87
06/81
06/ 87
06/ 87
06/ 87
06/ 87
04/ 85
06/81
0 6/ 87
0 6/ 87
0 6/ 87

1 1 2 .8
10 8 .9
1 1 0 .2
1 1 1 .3
1 1 6 .5
108 .4
10 3 .8
1 0 7 .3
1 1 6 .5
1 1 4 .5
1 0 8 .0
10 8 .9
10 9 .5

1 13 .1
10 8 .6
1 1 0 .2
1 1 1 .0
1 16 .1
1 0 9 .7
1 0 4 .3
1 0 7 .8
1 1 6 .8
1 1 5 .6
1 0 7 .7
1 0 7 .9
1 0 9 .6

1 1 3 .5
109 .3
1 1 0 .5
1 1 1 .2
1 1 6 .3
10 9 .6
1 0 4 .3
1 0 7 .8
1 18 .1
1 1 4 .8
1 0 7 .4
1 0 7 .8
1 0 9 .2

1.6
1.1
1.1
1.6
1.6
3.1
.3
.3
4 .7
1.8
.8
- 1 .0
1.7

.4
.6
.3
.2
.2
-.1
0
0
1.1
- .7
-.3
-.1
- .4

2 2 2 1 -2 2
2 2 2 1 -2 2 4
2 2 2 1 -2 2 4 2
2 2 2 1 -2 2 4 5
2 2 2 1 -2 2 5
2 2 2 1-2 3 1
2 2 2 1 -3
2 2 2 1 -SM
2 2 2 1 -S
2 2 1 1 -S
2 211A 341S
2 211B 13 1S
2 211B 3 3 1S
2 2 2 1 -S S S

Cotton broadwoven fabric—Continued
Corduroy............................................................................................
Cotton broadwoven fabric, finished products.........................................
towels and washcloths........................................................................
Bedspreads...........................................................................................
Other......................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts......................................
Secondary products.................................................................................
Man-made fiber and silk broadwoven fabric........................................

Nov.
199 0 2

06/ 87
0 6/ 87
0 6/ 87
0 6/ 87
0 6/ 87
06/ 87
0 6/81

1 1 2 .7
1 1 6 .6
10 9 .8
12 0 .5
1 0 8 .9
1 0 7 .4
1 1 3 .6

1 1 4 .6
1 1 8 .3
1 1 5 .4
1 1 9 .9
1 1 1 .6
108 .1
1 1 2 .6

1 1 3 .3
1 1 6 .2
1 1 5 .4
1 2 0 .2
1 1 1 .6
108 .1
1 1 2 .6

2.1
.6
6.7
2 .7
5.8
2.7
.9

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

06/81
0 6/ 87
06/ 87

12 4 .2
1 10 .1
10 0 .0

12 3 .2
1 10 .1
9 9.2

'1 2 2 .2
1 1 0 .2
9 9.9

- 1 .5
3.2
.9

- .8
.1
.7

2 2 1 1-B41
2 2 1 1-C
2 2 1 1 -C 1 1
2 2 1 1-C 31
2 2 1 1-C 61
22 11-S M
2 2 1 1 -S
2 2 2 1 -S

Synthetic fiber and silk broadwoven fabric.......................................................

222

Synthetic fiber and silk broadwoven fabric........................................................
Primary products.........................................................................................
Gray goods, except interplant transfers..................................................
Filament yarn fabric (85% + filament)................................................
Chiefly rayon and/or acetate............................................................
Other filament yarn fabric.................................................................
Chiefly nylon...................................................................................
Chiefly polyester............................................................................
Spun yarn fabric (85% + spun), except manmade fiber/wool blends
and silk fabric.................................................................................
Plain weaves......................................................................................
f*lain printcloth ...............................................................................
Chiefly polyester/cotton blends.................................................
Other plain weaves........................................................................
twill weaves.......................................................................................
Other weaves, except pile fabric ......................................................
Other ..............................................................................................
Spun/filament yarn fabric (less than 85% spun or filament)..............
Finished fabric, except interplant transfers.............................................
Filament yarn fabric (85% + filament)............................... ................
Chiefly polyester................................................................................
Chiefly other filaments.......................................................................
Spun yarn fabric (85% + spun), except manmade fiber/wool blends
and silk fabric.................................................................................
Plain weaves......................................................................................
Broadcloth, carded and combed...................................................
Other plain weaves.........................................................................
twill weaves.......................................................................................
Spun/filament yarn fabric (less than 85% spun or filament)..............
Fabricated textile products.......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.......................................
Secondary products.................................................................................
Cotton broadwoven fabric ....................................................................
Other Qrey cotton fabric ....................................................................

2 22 1

Finished cotton broadcloth ...............................................................
Other finished cotton fabrics............................................................
Other secondary products....................................................................
Wool weaving and finishing...............................................................................

2 23 1
2 2 3 1-P
2 2 3 1 -A
2 2 3 1 -3
2 2 3 1-3 16
2 23 1-316 11
2 2 3 1-3 16 12
2 2 3 1-4
2 23 1-418
2 23 1-418 12
2 2 3 1 -5
2 2 3 1 -SM
2 2 3 1 -S

06/ 87

1 0 3 .9

10 5 .3

1 0 7 .2

2.4

1.8

06/ 87

1 0 7 .0

1 0 6 .6

105 .1

-.4

- 1 .4

0 6/ 87

12 5 .9

12 3 .9

1 2 1 .4

- 6 .7

- 2 .0

1 1 8 .0

1 1 6 .8

1 1 6 .9

- 3 .0

.1

0 6/ 85
06/ 85
0 6/ 85
0 6/ 85
0 6/ 85
0 6/ 85
0 6/ 85
06/ 85
0 6/ 85
0 6/ 85
06/ 85

1 1 8 .0
1 1 6 .0
1 1 6 .5
1 1 4 .0
1 1 0 .9
1 1 1 .1
1 1 0 .8
12 4 .5
1 2 4 .5
12 4 .7
1 0 3 .2

1 1 6 .8
1 1 5 .0
1 1 6 .0
1 1 3 .6
1 1 0 .4
1 10 .1
1 1 0 .6
12 3 .8
12 3 .8
(3)
1 0 3 .2

1 1 6 .9
1 1 5 .0
1 1 6 .0
1 1 3 .6
1 1 0 .4
1 1 0 .2
1 1 0 .6
12 3 .7
12 3 .7
(3)
1 0 3 .2

- 3 .0
- 2 .9
- 3 .8
-5 .1
- 6 .4
-7 .3
- 5 .5
-.2
- .2
(3)
1.8

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

0 6/ 85

1 2 5 .6

12 3 .3

123 .3

-3 .3

0

1 1 2 .4

1 1 2 .3

1 1 2 .3

2.1

0

1 1 2 .4
1 1 2 .4
1 0 7 .3
1 1 0 .8
1 2 0 .0
1 0 7 .4
1 0 5 .2
1 2 3 .6
98.1

1 1 2 .3
1 1 2 .4
10 7 .2
1 1 2 .0
12 2 .5
10 8 .5
1 0 4 .6
1 1 9 .6
98.1

1 1 2 .3
1 1 2 .4
1 0 7 .2
1 1 2 .0
1 2 2 .5
1 0 8 .5
1 0 4 .6
(3)
(3)

2.1
1.9
2.0
5.6
8.5
.7
0
O
(3)

0
0
.0
0
0
0
0

Narrow fabric mills.............................................................................................

2 24

0 6/ 84

Narrow fabric mills.............................................................................................
Primary products.........................................................................................
Woven narrow fabric................................................................................
Elastic....................................................................................................
Other apparel....................................................................................
Other uses.........................................................................................
Nonelastic.............................................................................................
Woven labels.....................................................................................
tapes (wt. less than 15 oz./sq. yd.) ................................................

2 24 1

0 6/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84

2 2 4 1 -P
2 2 4 1-1
2 24 1-11
2 2 4 1-114
2 2 4 1-115
2 2 4 1-12
2 24 1-12 3
2 24 1-12 5

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov. 1 9 9 0

0 6/ 85

223

Wool weaving and finishing...............................................................................
Primary products..........................................................................................
finished fabrics.....................................................................................
Finished wool apparel fabrics...........................................................
Woolen...........................................................................................
Wholly wool.................................................................................
Chiefly wool ................................................................................
Finished wool non-apparel fabrics and felts.....................................
Other non-apparel fabrics and felts..............................................
Chiefly wool ................................................................................
Receipts for commission finishing or sponging of wool fabrics.............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.......................................
Secondary products.................................................................................

Dec. 19 8 9

34

<
3)
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products-—
Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product'

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Narrow fabric mills—Continued
Webbing (wt. 15 oz./sq. yd. or more) .........................................................
Apparel webbing .............................................................................................
Safety belt w eb b in g .......................................................................................
All other w eb b in g ............................................................................................
All other n o n e la s tic ............................................................................................
Braided narrow fa b ric ................................................................................................
Elastic b r a id s ...........................................................................................................
Nonelastic braids ....................................................................................................
S h oe and c orset laces .....................................................................................
Covered elastic yarn .................................................................................................
Covered elastic y a r n ..............................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................

2 2 4 1 -1 2 7
2 24 1-12 7 33
224 1-12 7 37
224 1-12 7 39
224 1-12 9
2 2 4 1-4
2 2 4 1-4 1 1
2 2 4 1 -4 2 2
2 2 4 1-4 2 2 2 1
2 2 4 1-5
2 2 4 1 -5 1 1
2241-S M
2 2 4 1-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
1990?

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

1 12 .3
1 1 2 .8
108 .6
1 1 1 .5
96.5
126 .0
1 2 9 .6
124 .7
1 1 9 .6

1 12 .3
( ’)
108 .6
1 1 1 .5
(3)
126 .0
(3)
124 .7
1 1 9 .6

1 12 .3
(3)
10 8 .6
1 1 1 .5
(3)
12 6 .0
(3)
124 .7
1 1 9 .6

1.4
(3)
3.5
.8
(3)
1.4
(3)
1.5
4.5

06/ 84

1 17 .4

1 17 .4

1 17 .4

2.4

0

06/ 84

1 14 .3

1 1 3 .0

1 13 .0

.2

0

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

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

Knitting mills ............................................................................................................................

225

12/ 84

11 0 .0

1 10 .0

109 .5

2.6

-.5

W om en’s hosiery knit on 3 0 0 n eed les or m o r e ............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................................
Finished seam less h o s ie r y ............... ......................................................................
Stockings and knee-highs, knit on 3 0 0 n eedles or more .........................
Knee-high ..............................................................................................................
F ull-length..............................................................................................................
P a n ty h o s e .................................................................................................................
Under 3 0 denier, sh eer ....................................................................................
3 0 denier and over, opaque ...........................................................................
Elastomer p a n ty h o s e .........................................................................................
Control t o p ........................................................................................................
Leg support ......................................................................................................
Other wom en’s finished hosiery, knit on 3 00 n eedles or more ..............
Unfinished seam less h o s ie r y ..................................................................................
Unfinished p a n ty h o s e ............................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Hosiery, n.e.c.............................................................................................................

225 1

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

10 8 .9
109 .3
109 .5
112 .4
1 1 0 .0
13 4 .9
108 .2
112 .1
107 .9
102 .3
109 .0
96.8
133 .8
(3)
(3)

1 0 9 .8
1 10 .2
110 .4
1 13 .3
1 1 1 .5
13 4 .9
10 9 .2
1 1 3 .8
107 .9
103.3
1 1 1 .2
96.9
133 .8
1 1 1 .4
1 1 7 .6

10 9 .8
1 10 .2
1 10 .4
1 1 3 .0
1 1 1 .0
1 3 4 .9
10 9 .2
1 1 3 .9
(3)
103 .3
1 1 1 .2
9 6.9
13 3 .8
(3)
(3)

3.4
3.7
3.7
3.5
3.8
2.5
4.1
5.3
(3)
3.1
4.9
1.6
(3)
(3)
(3)

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

06/ 90

100 .0

100 .0

100 .0

(3)

108.1

10 7 .9

2.3

-.2

Hosiery, n.e.c.............................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
M en’s finished h o s ie r y ..............................................................................................
Anklet .........................................................................................................................
N on-cushion.........................................................................................................
Natural fib e r s ....................................................................................................
M anmade f ib e r s ..............................................................................................
M id-calf/crew ...........................................................................................................
C u sh io n ..................................................................................................................
Natural fib e r s ....................................................................................................
M anmade f ib e r s ..............................................................................................
N on-cushion.........................................................................................................
Natural fib e r s ....................................................................................................
M anmade fib e r s ..............................................................................................
K n ee-h igh ..................................................................................................................
C u sh io n ..................................................................................................................
Natural fib e r s ....................................................................................................
M anmade fi b e r s ..............................................................................................
Other finished hosiery, knit on less than 3 0 0 needles, except w om en’s
stockings ...............................................................................................................
W om en’s, girls’ and b oys’ footsock .................................................................
W om en’s, girls’ and boys’ a n k le t.......................................................................
C u sh io n ..................................................................................................................
Natural fib e r s ....................................................................................................
N on-cushion.........................................................................................................
Natural fib e r s ....................................................................................................
Manmade f ib e r s ..............................................................................................
W om en’s, girls’, and boy’s knee-high s o c k s ..................................................
W om en’s knee-high socks--m anm ade fibers ............................................
Other wom en’s, girls’ and b oys’ finished hosiery, including leg
warmers, waist-highs, e tc ..............................................................................
Infants’ and children’s a n k le t.............................................................................
Natural fibers .......................................................................................................
Other infants’ and children’s finished h o siery ................................................
Unfinished hosiery, knit on less than 3 0 0 needles, except w om en’s
stockings ...............................................................................................................
Men's unfinished h o s ie ry .....................................................................................
Other unfinished hosiery, knit on less than 3 0 0 needles, except
wom en’s s to c k in g s.........................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................

2252

2.9
2.7
2.9
2.1
1.6
(3)
1.1
4.1
4.3
4.0
(3)
3.6
5.0
2.9
3 .0
2.4
3.2
1.9

0
0
0
0
0

Knit o u te r w e a r .........................................................................................................................

2253

2 2 5 1 -P
2 2 5 1-3
2 2 5 1-3 2 1
225 1-32 177
2 2 5 1-32 188
2 2 5 1-3 5 1
2 25 1-35 122
2 2 5 1-3 5 1 4 4
2 2 5 1 -3 5 1 6
2 2 5 1 -3 5 1 6 1
2 2 5 1 -3 5 1 6 2
2 2 5 1-3 6 1
2 2 5 1-5
2 25 1-517
2 2 5 1 -SM
2 2 5 1 -M
2 2 5 1 -S
2 2 5 2 -S

0

0

2252-P
2 2 5 2 -2 2
2 2 5 2 -2 2 2
2 2 5 2 -2 2 2 2
2 2 5 2 -2 2 2 2 1
2 2 5 2 -2 2 2 2 7
2 2 5 2 -2 2 3
2 2 5 2 -2 2 3 1
2 2 5 2 -2 2 3 11
2 2 5 2 -2 2 3 1 7
2 2 5 2 -2 2 3 2
2 2 5 2 -2 2 3 2 1
2 2 5 2 -2 2 3 2 7
2 2 5 2 -2 2 4
2 25 2 -2 2 4 1
2 2 5 2 -2 2 4 11
2 2 5 2 -2 2 4 1 7

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

109 .7
1 0 9 .2
10 9 .8
1 13 .3
1 1 3 .7
(3)
1 14 .1
1 1 0 .2
107 .7
107 .0
10 8 .4
11 4 .7
1 17 .7
1 1 3 .6
1 04 .8
1 0 1 .7
10 3 .6
100 .3

1 1 0 .5
1 1 0 .0
10 9 .9
113 .3
1 1 3 .7
(3)
114 .1
1 1 0 .4
107 .7
107 .0
108 .4
1 1 5 .2
1 1 8 .9
1 1 3 .6
104 .9
1 0 1 .8
10 3 .9
10 0 .3

1 1 0 .5
1 1 0 .0
1 0 9 .9
1 1 3 .3
1 1 3 .7
1 1 2 .7
1 14 .1
1 10 .4
107 .7
107 .0
108 .4
1 1 5 .2
1 1 8 .9
1 1 3 .6
1 0 4 .8
1 0 1 .8
1 0 3 .9
100 .3

2 2 5 2 -2 3
2 25 2-23 1
2 25 2-23 2
2 25 2-23 2 1
2 2 5 2 -2 3 2 11
2 25 2-23 2 2
2 2 5 2-23 2 21
2 25 2 -2 3 2 2 7
2 25 2-23 3
2 2 5 2-23 3 4

06/ 84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/ 90
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/ 90

1 1 0 .3
99.5
1 05 .7
100 .0
100 .0
1 10 .1
126 .5
104 .2
124.4
100 .0

1 1 2 .4
99.5
106 .2
102 .0
102 .0
109 .9
125 .9
104.2
130 .3
100 .0

1 1 2 .4
99.5
106 .3
102 .2
102 .2
109 .9
125 .9
104 .2
130 .3
100 .0

3.9
1.6
.2
(3)
(3)
-.7
1.5
- 1 .9
(3)
(3)

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

225 2-23 4
2 25 2-23 5
2 2 5 2 -2 3 5 11
2 25 2-23 8

06/84
06/ 84
0 6/ 84
0 6/ 84

103 .4
10 8 .8
1 10 .2
1 0 1 .8

103 .3
109.1
1 1 1 .0
102 .0

103 .3
109.1
1 1 1 .0
102 .0

-.1
2.0
1.6
8.2

0
0
0
0

225 2-24
225 2-24 2

06/84
0 6/ 84

105 .3
106 .5

105.3
10 6 .5

105 .3
106 .5

.5
.7

0
0

2 25 2-24 6
2252-SM
2 2 5 2 -S

06/84

104.1

104.1

104.1

06/ 84

107 .6

10 7 .6

10 7 .6

1.1

0

12/ 84

1 1 1 .4

1 1 0 .5

109.1

3.7

- 1 .3

See footnotes at end of table.




06/ 84

(3)
(3)

35

O

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

0

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

Index
Industry and product

1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Knit outerw ear—Continued
Primary p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................................
S w e a ters and sw eater v e s t s .................................................................................
Men’s and b oys’ ..................................................................................................
All wool and chiefly wool ..............................................................................
All manm ade and chiefly m a n m a d e ..........................................................
Other fib e r s ........................................................................................................
W om en’s, m isses’ and juniors’ ........................................................................
All manm ade and chiefly m a n m a d e ...........................................................
C o tt o n .................................................................................................................
Knit outerw ear sport shirts, including sw eat s h ir t s ........................................
Men’s and boys’ ..................................................................................................
Sw eatshirts and jerseys .................................................................................
Cotton sport shirts ..........................................................................................
All m anm ade and chiefly manm ade sport sh irts....................................
Other knit o u te r w e a r ..............................................................................................
W om en’s, m isses’ & juniors’ knit outerwear, excl. sw eaters, jackets,
jerseys & sport shirts .................................................................................
W om en’s, m isses’, and juniors’ knit o u te rw e a r......................................
Men’s and boys' knit outerwear, excluding sw eaters, jackets, jersey s
and sport s h ir t s ............................................................................................
Men’s and b oys’ tro u s e rs ..............................................................................
Men’s and b oys’ shirts, excluding sport s h ir t s .......................................
Men’s and boys’ other knit o u te rw ea r......................................................
Girls’, children’s and infants’ other knit o u te rw ea r....................................
Contract work on knitting and dyeing knit o u te rw ea r...................................
Contract work on knitting and dyeing knit o u te rw e a r..............................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip t s ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................

Dec.
19902

2253-P
2253-1
2253-12
2253-122
2253-124
2253-126
2253-14
2253-144
2253-146
2253-2
2253-22
2253-222
2253-223
2253-224
2253-3

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
06/90
12/84
12/84
06/90
12/84
12/84
06/90
06/90
12/84
12/84

112.2
115.6
122.6
123.7
117.8
100.1
108.6
108.2
99.4
117.2
117.9
100.1
(3>
117.8
102.4

111.3
112.2
118.2
123.7
112.7
94.9
105.7
104.6
97.9
117.3
118.0
100.7

109.8
107.2
117.9
123.7
115.0
90.8
94.3
89.1
95.6
117.3
117.9
100.4

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

102.7

102.6

2253-31
2253-319

12/84
12/84

104.6
102.8

104.6
102.8

104.6
102.8

2253-33
2253-333
2253-335
2253-338
2253-36
2253-9
2253-911
2253-SM
2253-S
2253-SSS

Knit underwear and nightwear m ills ..............................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................................
M en’s and b oys’ knit u n d e rw e a r........................................................................
Men’s and boys’ undershirts, except th e rm a l............................................
Undershirts, except athletic t y p e s ..............................................................
Men’s and boys’ shorts and b rie fs ................................................................
Shorts and briefs, except thermal underwear and union suits .........
W om en’s and children’s underw ear and n igh tw ear......................................
W om en's and children’s u n d e rw ea r..............................................................
W om en’s u n d e rw ea r.......................................................................................
Panties ............................................................................................................
W om en’s and children’s n ig h tw e a r...............................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ..............................................
Seco ndary p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................................

12/84
06/90
12/84
12/84
06/90

119.6
101.6
111.5
121.0
<
3>

120.5
100.9
111.2
122.3
100.0

12/84

125.0

12/84
06/90

2254-P
2254-A
2254-1
2254-122
2254-4
2254-411
2254-C
2254-2
2254-21
2254-213
2254-3
2254-SM
2254-S

Circular knit fa b ric s .............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................................
Gray fa b ric s ...............................................................................................................
Gray fabrics ...........................................................................................................
Finished underwear and nightwear fa b ric s .....................................................
Finished underwear and nightwear fa b ric s..................................................
Finished high pile fabrics .....................................................................................
Finished high pile fa b ric s ..................................................................................
Finished single knit outerw ear fa b ric s ..............................................................
Manmade and chiefly m anm ade fib e rs .........................................................
All other fib e rs ......................................................................................................
Finished rib knit outerw ear fabrics, excluding double knit and
in te rlo c k ..............................................................................................................
Manmade and chiefly m anm ade fib e rs .........................................................
All other fib e r s ......................................................................................................
Finished double knit outerw ear fabrics, including interlock and
eightlock fabrics ..............................................................................................
Manmade and chiefly m anm ade fib e rs .........................................................
All other finished circular knit fabrics ...............................................................
All other finished circular knit fa b ric s ............................................................
Contract work on gray and finished circular knit fabric ..............................
Contract knitting of gray fa b ric ........................................................................
Contract knitting/finishing.................................................................................
Seco ndary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Seco ndary p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................................

2257

W arp knit fa b ric s .................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................................
Gray g o o d s ................................................................................................................
Gray g o o d s ............................................................................................................
Finished underwear and nightwear fa b ric s .....................................................
Manmade and chiefly manm ade fib e rs ........................................................
Finished outerw ear fa b ric s ...................................................................................
Manmade and chiefly manm ade fib e rs ........................................................

2258

2257-P
2257-1
2257-111
2257-2
2257-211
2257-4
2257-411
2257-5
2257-511
2257-512
2257-6
2257-611
2257-612
2257-7
2257-711
2257-8
2257-811
2257-9
2257-911
2257-915
2257-SM
2257-S

2258-P
2258-1
2258-101
2258-2
2258-211
2258-3
2258-311

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

36

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

3.4
2.8
3.5
0
10.0
(3)

-1.3
-4.5
-.3
0
2.0
-4.3
- 10.8
-14.8
-2.3
0
-.1
-.3

(3)
(3)
(3)

6.3
3.8
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)

1.2

<
3)
-.1

0

0
0

120.2
100.9
110.7
121.9
100.0

4.2
<
3)
-3.2
5.4

-.2
0
-.4
-.3
0

124.8

124.9

2.4

.1

113.4
105.6

113.4
105.6

113.4
105.6

(3)

0
0

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
06/82
06/82
09/82
06/82

123.6
124.4
123.4
121.9
121.5
103.8
103.2
128.2
133.3
133.7
136.2
122.5

123.7
124.6
123.7
121.9
121.5
103.8
103.2
128.2
133.4
133.7
136.2
122.5

123.6
124.4
123.4
121.9
121.5
103.8
103.2
128.2
133.4
133.7

3.4
3.6
3.9
5.9
5.7

122.5

2.2

0

06/82

116.4

116.4

116.4

2.7

0

06/81
06/81

106.0
106.4

106.2
106.6

106.3
106.6

.4
.5

.1
0

06/81

110.3

110.6

110.6

.1

06/81

128.9

<
3)

126.3

-3.3

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

104.2
108.5
109.6
111.9

104.2
108.5
109.6
111.9

104.2
108.5
109.6
111.9

-.2
1.5
.8
2.8

0
0
0
0

06/87
06/87
06/87

109.1
103.8
113.6

109.7
104.7
113.8

109.7
104.7
113.7

2.6
3.1
(3)

0
0
-.1

- 2.6
-3.0

.2
.2

.8
1.7

.4
0
0
0

(3)

<
3)

(3)

(3>

(3)
(3)

2.6
2.9
3.6
(3)

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

0
(3)

06/81
06/81

95.6
93.4

96.9
94.7

97.1
94.9

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

105.9
111.2
104.6
112.3

105.9
111.2
104.6
112.3

106.3
111.2
104.6
112.3

06/81

108.6

108.6

108.6

0

0

06/81
06/81

112.2
111.7

112.4
111.8

112.4
112.1

.7

0

1.8

.3

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

112.7
110.9
124.6
115.2
113.2

112.7

113.8
111.1
124.9
115.6
113.5

5.4
1.7
1.9
.1
0

1.0
0
0
0
0

111.1
124.9
115.6
113.5

.4

2.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
199 0 ?

Warp knit fabrics—Continued
Other finished warp knit fabrics ............................................................................
O th e rs .........................................................................................................................
Contract work on gray and finished warp knit fa b ric .......................................
Contract knitting/finishing....................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................

2 258-4
2 25 8 -4 3 9
225 8-9
2 2 5 8 -9 1 5
2258-SM
2 2 5 8 -S
2 2 5 8 -S S S

Knitting mills n.e.c...................................................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Other knit end products ...........................................................................................
Other knit end products, n.e.c.............................................................................

2259
2259-P
225 9-2
2 2 5 9 -2 9 8

Nov.
19902

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 19 8 9

06/81
09/81
06/81
06/81

1 10 .8
1 20 .6
1 09 .6
1 09 .6

110 .7
1 20 .5
1 10 .2
1 10 .2

110 .7
120.5
110 .2
1 10 .2

-0 .9
-.9
1.9
1.9

0
.0
0
0

06/81
06/81

1 17 .5
128 .9

117 .5
128 .9

117 .1
127.4

1.4
4.1

-.3
- 1 .2

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

1 1 1 .7
1 1 1 .5
107.4
107.4

1 1 1 .7
1 1 1 .5
107.4
107.4

1 1 1 .7
1 1 1 .5
107.4
107.4

2.1
2.0
3.4
3.4

0
0
0
0

Nov. 19 9 0

Dyeing and finishing textiles, except wool fabrics and knit g o o d s .........................

226

12/ 84

117 .1

1 1 8 .2

1 18 .3

2.0

.1

Finished cotton broadw oven fabric ..................................................................................
Primary products ............................................................................................................
Non-commission finished fabric ............................................................................
Plain w eav es ...........................................................................................................
Other plain w e a v e s ............................................................................................
Commission finishing ................................................................................................
Commission finishing.............................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

226 1

06/ 84
06/ 84
06/84
06/87
06/87

114 .2
11 5 .9
1 15 .2
115 .7
120 .5

1 15 .0
1 16 .4
1 15 .6
1 16 .5
1 2 1 .6

1 15 .6
1 17 .2
116 .7
118 .7
122 .4

5.1
4.6
4.0
8.0
5.2

.5
.7
1.0
1.9
.7

02/ 86

117 .1

117 .7

117 .9

5.8

.2

06/84

1 0 1.7

103.4

103.3

6.7

-.1

Finished synthetic fiber and silk broadwoven fabric ...................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Non-commission finished fabric .............................................................................
Commission finishing ................................................................................................
Commission finishing.............................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2262

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

120 .9
123.1
127.3
1 15 .4

122.2
124.5
128.3
117 .3

122.3
124 .9
128.7
117 .8

1.5
1.8
.4
5.1

.1
.3
.3
.4

06/ 84

1 15 .0

1 16 .0

115 .1

.5

-.8

06/ 83
06/ 83
12/ 89
06/ 83
06/ 83
06/ 83
06/ 83
06/ 83
06/ 83
06/ 83
11/ 83
12/ 89
12/89
12/89
12/89
12/ 89

1 15 .7
1 1 7 .0
100 .3
1 1 6 .7
1 1 4 .6
135 .4
107 .6
106 .2
12 3 .6
1 19 .5
1 1 1 .1
102 .0
102.1
O
105.0
10 1 .4

1 1 6 .8
1 1 8 .2
1 0 1 .5
1 1 8 .2
1 18 .1
1 3 4 .8
107 .6
108 .9
12 3 .6
1 22 .7
1 12 .3
10 2 .0
102.1
1 0 1 .6
105 .6
10 1.4

1 16 .7
118 .1
1 0 1 .4
1 18 .0
1 17 .2
134 .9
(3)
108 .9
123 .3
122 .7
1 12 .4
102 .0
102.1
10 1 .6
105.5
1 0 1.4

1.4
1.5
1.4
1.4
9.7
4.8
O
n
.5
(3)

-.1
-.1
-.1
-.2
-.8
.1
( !)
0
-.2
0
.1
0
0
0
-.1
0

Finished yarn, raw stock, braided goods and narrow fabric, except knits and
wool ....................................................................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Non-commission finishing.........................................................................................
Dyed y a r n ........................
Chiefly carded cotton y a r n ...............................................................................
Chiefly com bed cotton yarn
Chiefly acrylic or modacrylic yarn ..................................................................
Polyester/cotton spun yarn .............................................................................
Other chiefly polyester spun yarn ..................................................................
Other dyed y a r n ...................................................................................................
Finished braided or w oven narrow fabric ........................................................
Commission finishing ................................................................................................
Chiefly carded cotton yarn ..................................................................................
Chiefly rayon or acetate y a r n .............................................................................
Bleached or dyed raw stock ...............................................................................
Other commission finishing .................................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary products ..................................................................................................

2 2 6 1 -P
2 2 6 1-7
2 2 6 1-7 2
2 2 6 1-7 2 5
2 2 6 1-9
2 2 6 1-9 1 1
2 2 6 1 -SM
2 2 6 1 -S

2 262-P
226 2-8
2 2 6 2 -9
2 2 6 2 -9 1 1
2262-SM
2 2 6 2 -S

2269
2 269-P
2269-A
2 2 6 9 -2
2 2 6 9 -2 2 1
2 2 6 9 -2 2 3
2 2 6 9 -2 3 2
2 2 6 9 -2 4 1
2 2 6 9 -2 4 3
2 2 6 9 -2 5 4
2 2 6 9 -7 7 1
2269-B
2 2 6 9 -9 2 1
2 26 9-92 2
2 26 9-92 3
2 26 9-92 9
2269-SM
2 26 9-S

C)
2.0
2.1
1.6
5.5
1.4

11/ 83

112 .3

112 .3

112 .3

.4

0

Floor covering m ills................................................................................................................

2 27

12/84

109.1

108.6

109 .2

1.5

.6

Carpet and rugs .....................................................................................................................
Primary products ............................................................................................................
W oven carpet and r u g s ............................................................................................
W oven carpet and rugs, including mats and art squares .........................
Tufted carpet and r u g s .............................................................................................
Bathm ats and sets and scatter rugs 6 X 9 or l e s s ......................................
Tufted broadloom ...................................................................................................
Nylon tufted b ro a d lo o m ....................................................................................
Other tufted b ro a d lo o m ....................................................................................
Automobile and aircraft carpeting .....................................................................
Other tufted carpet and rugs, including artificial g r a s s ...............................
Finishing o n ly ...........................................................................................................
Other carpet and rugs ..............................................................................................
Needle punched carpet and r u g s ............. ........................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip t s .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................

2 27 3

06/90
06/90
06/85
06/ 85
12/ 79
12/ 79
12/ 79
12/ 79
12/79
12/ 79
02/85
12/86
06/85
06/ 85

99.9
99.8
122 .2
122 .2
13 8 .5
149 .2
13 8 .9
146.8
105.5
122.2
117 .9
103.5
1 13 .0
110 .2

99.4
99.3
123.3
123 .3
1 37 .7
149 .5
137 .9
145.5
105.7
122.4
117 .9
104.0
113 .0
1 10 .2

100.0
99.9
123.5
123 .5
138 .5
148 .9
138 .7
146.3
108.7
122 .0
118 .1
105.0
114 .8
1 12 .6

( f)
(■
’)
5.4
5.4
1.4
-3 .4
1.8
2.0
.3

(')

.6
.6
.2
.2
.6
-.4
.6
.5
2.8
-.3
.2
1.0
1.6
2.2

06/ 90

104 .0

O

C)

f)

C)

Yarn and thread m ills ...........................................................................................................

228

12/84

109.7

109.7

109.6

1.7

-.1

Spun y a r n .................................................................................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................................
Carded cotton yarns .................................................................................................
Gray carded cotton yarns for sale to others .................................................
1 - 20 count .........................................................................................................

2281

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

106 .5
106.7
96.3
96.3
105 .6

106.1
106.3
9 4.5
94.2
104 .0

105.8
106 .0
94.3
94.0
103 .6

1.2
.9
-.6
-.7
.9

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

2273-P
2273-1
2 2 7 3 -1 1 1
2 27 3-2
2 2 7 3 -2 1 1
2 2 7 3 -2 3 3
2 27 3-23 3 01
2 2 7 3 -2 3 3 0 9
2 27 3-25 5
2 27 3-27 7
2 27 3-28 8
2273-3
2 27 3-32 1
2273-SM
2273-M

2 2 8 1 -P
228 1-1
228 1-113
2 28 1-113 1

I

See footnotes at end of table.




37

C)
(1
1.1
1.7

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products-Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

Spun yarn—Continued
Com bed cotton y a m s ................................................................................................
G ray com bed cotton yarns for sa le to others ...............................................
1 - 2 5 c o u n t ..........................................................................................................
2 6 count and o v e r ..............................................................................................
Rayon and/or acetate spun y a r n s ........................................................................
G ray rayon and/or acetate spun yarns for sale to o t h e r s ........................
Spun noncellulosic fiber, silk, and wool yarns ..................................................
Spun chiefly polyester y a r n s ...............................................................................
Gray spun chiefly p olyester yarns for sale to o t h e r s ..............................
1 0 0 % spun p o ly e s te r ....................................................................................
Blends, chiefly p o ly e s te r...............................................................................
5 0 -5 0 polyester/cotton b le n d ..................................................................
Spun noncellulosic fiber, silk, and wool yarns, excluding p o ly e s te r.......
Gray spun noncellulosic fiber, silk, and wool yarns for s a l e .................
1 0 0 % a cry lic .....................................................................................................
1 0 0 % nylon ......................................................................................................
Chiefly w o o l ......................................................................................................
Other spun noncellulosic fiber and silk yarns, including b le n d s .....
Finished spun noncellulosic fiber, silk, and wool y a r n s ..........................
Other spun noncellulosic fiber and silk y a r n s ........................................
Interplant transfers of gray spun y a r n ..................................................................
Texturing, throwing, and winding mill products: cotton, manm ade fibers, silk,
and w o o l............................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Thrown filament yarns, except te x tu re d ..............................................................
Machine knitting y a r n s ..........................................................................................
Other thrown y a r n s .................................................................................................
Textured, bulked, or crimped filament yarn (made from purchased yarn)
Nylon ..........................................................................................................................
Nylon (35 • 5 9 denier) .......................................................................................
Nylon (60 - 8 9 denier) .......................................................................................
Nylon (90 - 2 1 0 d e n ie r).....................................................................................
Nylon (10 0 0 - 1 4 9 9 d en ie r)..............................................................................
P o ly e s te r...................................................................................................................
P olyester (14 5 - 1 7 9 d e n ie r)............................................................................
All other textured filament y a r n s ........................................................................
Commission texturing, throwing, plying, etc. of filament y a r n s ....................
Commission texturing or throwing of filament y a r n s ....................................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Seco nd ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Thread m ills ..............................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Finished thread for u se in the h o m e ....................................................................
M anmade fiber thread and other thread .........................................................
Finished thread for industrial or m anufacturers’ u s e .......................................
M anmade fiber thread and other thread .........................................................
Spun p o ly e s te r.....................................................................................................
C o re s p u n ...............................................................................................................
Textured polyester and n y lo n .........................................................................
Filament polyester and nylon .........................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Seco ndary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

2 2 8 1 -2
2 2 8 1 -2 1 3
2 2 8 1-2 1 3 1
2 2 8 1 -2 1 3 3
2 2 8 1-3
2 28 1-313
2 2 8 1-4
2 2 8 1-4 1
2 28 1-413
2 2 8 1 -4 1 3 3
2 2 8 1 -4 1 3 5
2 2 8 1 -4 1 3 5 1
2 2 8 1 -4 2
2 2 8 1-4 2 3
2 2 8 1-4 2 3 1
2 2 8 1-4 2 3 3
2 2 8 1-4 2 3 4
2 2 8 1-4 2 3 5
2 2 8 1-4 2 7
2 2 8 1-4 2 7 3
2 2 8 1-6

2282
2282-P
2 2 8 2 -3
2 2 8 2 -3 3 2
2 2 8 2 -3 3 5
2 28 2-5
2 2 8 2 -5 1 5
2 2 8 2 -5 1 5 1 2
2 2 8 2 -5 1 5 1 3
2 2 8 2 -5 1 5 1 4
2 2 8 2 -5 1 5 1 6
2 2 8 2-55 1
2 2 8 2 -5 5 1 2 3
2 28 2-57 1
2 2 8 2 -9
2 2 8 2 -9 1 1
2282-SM
2 2 8 2 -S
2284
228 4-P
2 28 4-1
2 2 8 4 -1 5 7
2 28 4-2
2 2 8 4 -2 2 5
2 2 8 4 -2 2 5 0 1
2 2 8 4 -2 2 5 0 2
2 2 8 4 -2 2 5 0 3
2 2 8 4 -2 2 5 0 4
2284-SM
2 2 8 4 -S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

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

1 0 7 .0
107.1
100.1
1 12 .4
12 5 .6
12 5 .6
10 7 .5
10 8 .3
10 4 .5
1 1 1 .5
102 .8
103.1
1 0 7 .3
1 05 .3
10 5 .7
10 4 .6
10 1 .1
106 .8
1 1 1 .3
10 6 .2
104 .7

1 0 6 .4
106 .4
99.6
1 1 1 .6
127 .3
1 2 7 .3
10 7 .2
107 .1
1 0 2 .7
1 1 1 .4
10 0 .6
10 0 .6
1 0 7 .4
105 .2
105 .7
10 5 .8
98.2
10 2 .7
1 1 1 .8
10 6 .7
104 .7

1 0 6 .0
105 .9
98.8
1 1 1 .5
1 2 7 .0
1 2 7 .0
10 7 .0
1 0 6 .6
1 0 1 .9
1 10 .2
9 9.9
9 9.9
10 7 .2
104 .3
105.4
104 .4
98.2
1 0 1 .8
1 13 .2
108 .3
104.1

-0.1
-.2
-.9
1.0
2.0
2.0
-.2
- 2 .2
- 3 .6
- 2 .7
-3 .8
-4 .2
.6
-.2
.6
2.2
-7 .9
-7 .4
2.1
3.8
5.9

-0 .4
-.5
-.8
-.1
-.2
-.2
-.2
-.5
-.8
-1 .1
-.7
-.7
-.2
-.9
-.3
- 1 .3
0
-.9
1.3
1.5
-.6

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 88
12/ 82
12/ 82
02/ 83
12/ 82
12/ 82

120.1
1 19 .5
1 2 1 .6
1 2 1 .9
12 0 .9
1 2 1.1
1 1 7 .8
12 1.1
1 1 1 .2
1 12 .7
1 0 1 .0
126 .7
130 .3
1 1 0 .4
10 9 .4
1 1 3 .6

1 20 .5
1 1 9 .9
1 23 .7
12 2 .2
12 0 .9
1 2 1 .5
1 19 .7
12 1.1
1 1 1 .2
1 12 .7
1 03 .9
12 5 .2
128.1
1 1 0 .5
1 0 9 .4
1 1 3 .6

120 .9
120 .3
123 .8
122 .2
1 2 1 .2
12 1 .3
12 0 .0
12 1 .1
1 1 1 .2
1 12 .7
104 .3
124 .5
12 7 .0
110 .5
10 9 .4
1 1 3 .6

1.8
1.5
6.2
7.7
3.9
.5
5.4
7.6
9.2
8.5
4.6
-4 .7
-4 .7
-.2
-2 .1
- 3 .6

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

12/ 88

10 9 .0

109 .1

(3)

(3)

06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
0 6/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
12/ 88
06/ 84

1 2 1 .4
1 2 1 .2
1 1 4 .7
1 1 5 .5
1 2 3 .0
12 2 .2
1 1 6 .0
1 16 .8
1 1 7 .0
12 4 .2

1 2 2 .5
1 2 2 .3
1 1 4 .2
1 1 4 .9
124 .6
1 2 4 .5
1 18 .7
1 1 9 .6
1 1 7 .0
12 6 .2

122 .7
1 2 2 .5
1 1 4 .8
1 1 4 .9
124 .7
124 .7
1 18 .9
1 1 9 .5
1 17 .0
12 7 .0

3.6
3.6
.8
.1
4.7
5.1
5.3
5.2
5.8
2.9

.2
.2
.5
0
.1
.2
.2
-.1
0
.6

12/84

1 2 1 .7

1 2 1 .7

1 2 1 .7

1.2

0

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 19 9 0

(3)

M iscellaneous textile goods ................................................................................................

2 29

12/84

1 1 4 .5

1 15 .3

115 .8

1.7

.4

Felt goods, except w oven felt and h a t s .........................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
P ressed wool f e lt .........................................................................................................
Industrial f e l t .............................................................................................................
Punched or needled f e l t s .........................................................................................
W ool felts and man-m ade fiber f e lt s ................................................................

2291

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

10 9 .2
1 1 1 .9
12 8 .0
1 19 .1
10 5 .0
10 6 .5

1 09 .4
1 12 .2
12 8 .9
12 0 .0
10 5 .0
10 6 .5

1 14 .0
118 .1
150 .0
150 .3
104 .4
105 .2

3.7
4.7
15.4
17.4
-.9
-2 .0

4.2
5.3
16.4
25.3
-.6
- 1 .2

Lace g o o d s ...............................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Seco ndary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous r e c e ip t s .............................................................................................
Contract work and other m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .........................................

2292

12/ 85
12/ 85

12 3 .6
12 5 .6

124 .7
12 6 .9

124 .7
12 6 .9

4.8
5.3

0
0

12/ 85
12/ 85

1 10 .8
1 1 0 .8

1 1 0 .8
1 10 .8

1 10 .8
1 1 0 .8

0
0

0
0

Padding and upholstery filling ............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Padding and p a d s ...................................................................................................
All other p ad d in g .................................................................................................
Batting, wadding, and m attress f e lt s ................................................................
M ade from cotton linters, cotton w aste, and raw c o tto n .......................
M ade from all other fibers ...............................................................................
Upholstery filling......................................................................................................

2 29 3

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

10 9 .2
109 .7
10 4 .6
1 16 .4
1 16 .4
10 8 .2
124 .1
1 1 1 .0

1 10 .3
1 1 0 .9
10 4 .6
1 16 .4
1 1 8 .9
1 1 3 .4
124 .1
1 1 3 .4

110 .1
1 10 .7
10 4 .6
1 16 .4
1 1 8 .4
1 1 2 .6
12 3 .8
1 1 3 .4

1.3
1.5
0
.0
2.4
5.2
.1
5.0

-.2
-.2
0
.0
-.4
-.7
-.2
0

2 2 9 1 -P
2 2 9 1-1
2 29 1-111
2 2 9 1-2
2 2 9 1-2 4 7

2292-P
2292-SM
2292-M
2292-X Y 9

2293-P
2 2 9 3 -11
229 3-119
2 2 9 3 -13
2 2 9 3 -1 3 2
2 2 9 3 -1 3 4
2 2 9 3 -1 5 7

See footnotes at end of table.




38

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
"
"

"

Index
Industry and product'

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
1990"

Processed textile waste ................................................................................................
Primary products .....................................................................................................
Recovered fibers, processed mill waste, and related products..................
Fibers recovered from clips and rags (new and used).............................
Fibers recovered from mill waste, excluding fibers recovered from
clips and rags............................................................................................
Manmade fibers............................................................................................
Nylon ..........................................................................................................
All other manmade fibers, including combinations of fiber types ....

2294

Coated fabrics, not rubberized.....................................................................................
Primary products.....................................................................................................
Vinyl coated or laminated fabric.......................................................................
Lightweight fabric, 10 oz. & under/sq. yd. finished wt .............................
Mediumweight fabric, over 10 oz. to 16 oz./sq. yd. finished wt ............
Woven fabric b a s e .......................................................................................
Knitted fabric b a s e .......................................................................................
Heavyweight fabric, over 16 oz./sq. yd. finished w t .................................
Knitted fabric b a s e .......................................................................................
Nonwoven fabric b a s e .................................................................................
Polyurethane & other coated & laminated fabric..........................................
Polyurethane coated or laminated fabric.....................................................
Other coated or laminated fabric................................................................ .
Lightweight fabric, 10 oz. & under/sq. yd. finished w t ..........................
Woven fabric b ase....................................................................................
Mediumweight fabric, over 10 oz. to 16 oz./sq. yd. finished w t .........
Woven fabric b ase....................................................................................
Heavyweight fabric, over 16 oz./sq. yd. finished wt .............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Secondary products............................................................................................

2295

Tire cord and fabric .......................................................................................................
Primary products .....................................................................................................
Tire cord and fabric.............................................................................................
Nylon tire cord and fabric...............................................................................
Polyester tire cord and fabric........................................................................
Steel tire cord and fabric................................................................................

2296

Nonwoven fabrics and related products....................................................................
Primary products .....................................................................................................
Nonwoven fabrics................................................................................................
Spun bonded, dry laid, and others...............................................................
Under 0.8 ounces per square y a rd ...........................................................
0.8 ounces to 1.5 ounces per square yard ............................................
Over 1.5 ounces per square y a rd .............................................................
Secondary products............................................................................................

2297

Cordage and tw ine.........................................................................................................
Primary products .....................................................................................................
Hard fiber cordage and tw ine...........................................................................
Soft fiber cordage and twine, except cotton ..................................................
Manmade fiber cordage and twine...............................................................
Fish line, fish net, and fish netting (made in this establishment) .......
Rope ...............................................................................................................
Polypropylene............................................................................................
Nylon ..........................................................................................................
All other rope, including rope made with combinations of material
Twine, agricultural ........................................................................................
All other manmade fiber cordage and twine, including industrial
twine.........................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Secondary products ............................................................................................

2298

Textile goods, n.e.c.........................................................................................................
Primary products.....................................................................................................
Scouring and combing mill products ...............................................................
Other textile goods, n.e.c....................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................

2299




2294-P
2294-1
2294-114
2294-12
2294-127
2294-12713
2294-12714

2295-P
2295-2
2295-211
2295-222
2295-22222
2295-22224
2295-233
2295-23334
2295-23336
2295-3
2295-315
2295-322
2295-3222
2295-32222
2295-3223
2295-32232
2295-3224
2295-SM
2295-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
1990?

Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1990 from —
Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

12/85
12/85

141.8
147.8

142.7
148.8

143.0
149.1

4.9
5.4

0.2
.2

12/85

94.2

94.9

94.9

-.4

0

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

152.2
146.3
101.1
164.2

153.2
145.7
99.4
164.0

153.5
146.0
99.5
1678

5.6
2.7
-.8
9.6

.2
.2
.1
2.3

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

115.2
113.0
112.2
106.3
116.2
112.7
119.1
111.5
113.4
110.8
115.8
127.8
113.8
116.8
121.0
108.1
107.3
113.6

115.3
113.2
113.0
(3)
118.7
113.5
(3)
111.7
113.4
111.6
113.6
128.8
111.2
113.8
120.2
104.7
103.5
114.7

116.0
114.1
114.3
106.8
120.0
116.2
(3)
113.2
113.9
112.3
113.6
128.8
111.2
113.8
120.2
104.7
103.5
114.7

1.0
.8
.5
1.5
3.3
3.6
(3)
-1.0
-3.1
1.4
.9
3.1
.5
1.6
4.8
-3.1
-3.5
4.4

.6
.8
1.2
(3)
1.1
2.4
(3)
1.3
.4
.6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

06/85

112.5

112.5

112.5

2.9

0

2296-P
2296-1
2296-122
2296-133
2296-155

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

111.1
110.3
110.3
102.4
106.5
132.1

110.8
110.0
110.0
102.3
106.1
131.7

110.8
110.0
110.0
102.3
106.1
131.7

0
.1
.1
.7
1.0
(3)

0
0
0
0
0
0

2297-P
2297-1
2297-13
2297-131
2297-133
2297-135
2297-S

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
06/86

119.5
122.8
123.1
118.4
110.5
121.5
120.8
102.3

122.4
126.2
127.7
118.3
110.6
122.1
120.4
102.3

122.4
126.2
127.7
118.4
110.8
122.1
120.4
(3)

4.1
4.4
6.1
3.9
3.4
3.1
4.2
(3)

0
0
0
.1
.2
0
0
(3)

2298-P
2298-1
2298-2
2298-2A
2298-207
2298-208
2298-20811
2298-20812
2298-20815
2298-211

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

116.4
116.7
83.6
124.5
126.2
168.5
114.0
117.4
117.1
93.8
109.3

117.1
117.4
(3)
125.2
127.0
(3)
113.9
115.2
120.0
92.5
109.6

116.7
116.9
(3)
124.7
126.5
171.2
112.4
117.6
114.1
(3)
(3)

2.1
1.3
(3)
.3
.4
4.8
-3.0
-2.7
-3.6
(3)
(3)

-.3
-.4
(3)
-.4
-.4
( ’)
-1.3
2.1
-4.9
C)
( ’)

06/85

118.7

119.9

120.2

1.9

.3

06/85

105.0

105.0

(3)

(3)

(3)

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

113.0
114.0
118.3
107.3

111.7
112.4
114.5
108.2

111.3
111.9
113.4
108.2

-5.9
-7.4
-14.5
.9

-1.0
0

2298-212
2298-SM
2298-S

2299-P
2299-3
2299-5
2299-SM

39

-.4
-.4

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

Index
Index
base

Product
code

C >
O
C C
D
O CD

Industry and product1

Industry
code

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

Apparel and other finished products made from fabrics and similar
materials....................................................................................................................

23

12/84

113.8

114.3

114.3

2.4

0.0

Men’s and boys’ suits and co a ts.................................................................................

231

12/80

146.2

146.7

146.8

2.1

.1

Men’s and boys’ suits and co a ts.................................................................................
Primary products......................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ suits and coats, excluding contract w ork.........................
Men’s suits.........................................................................................................
Business suits...............................................................................................
Regular weight business suits ................................................................
All wool or wool blends.......................................................................
Light weight business suits ....................................................................
Fabrics except all wool or wool blends ............................................
All wool or wool blends.......................................................................
Men’s tailored dress and sport coats and jackets....................................
Business type dress and sport coats and jackets.................................
Fabrics except wool and co tto n............................................................
All wool or wool blen d s...........................................................................
Dress, sport coats and jackets, except business, incl. sep. ves ts.....
Receipts for contract work on men’s and boys’ suits and c o a ts ...............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Secondary products............................................................................................
Other secondary products..............................................................................
Men’s and boys’ separate trousers..............................................................

2311

12/80
12/80
12/86
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/86
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/86
12/80
12/80

146.2
146.5
118.2
149.6
150.8
149.4
123.2
154.1
(3)
149.8
142.0
141.4
137.1
125.5
144.1
154.4

146.7
147.1
118.4
149.6
150.8
149.4
123.2
154.1
(3)
149.8
142.5
141.9
137.8
125.7
144.7
157.0

146.8
147.3
118.5
150.0
151.2
149.9
123.6
154.1
(3)
149.6
142.3
141.7
137.5
125.6
144.7
157.0

2.1
2.2
2.0
3.1
3.2
2.3
2.3
5.3
(3)
3.8
1.1
1.3
.1
3.1
.4
3.2

.1
.1
.1
.3
.3
.3
.3

12/80
12/80
12/80

149.3
157.9
140.9

148.7
159.8
137.2

149.1
159.8
138.2

.9
2.9
-1.8

.3

Men’s, youths’ & boys’ furnishings, work clothing & allied garments...................

232

12/84

113.4

113.6

113.1

1.5

-.4

Men’s and boys’ shirts, except work shirts...............................................................
Primary products......................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ knit outerwear sport shirts, including sweatshirts..........
Men's knit outerwear sportshirts, including sweatshirts...........................
All cotton and chiefly cotton fibers...........................................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fibers ..............................................
Boys’ knit outerwear sport shirts, including sweatshirts...........................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fibers ..............................................
Men’s and boys’ dress and woven sport shirts, including uniform shirts ..
Men’s dress and business shirts and collars, including uniform shirts
All cotton and chiefly cotton fibers...........................................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fibers ..............................................
Men’s woven sport shirts................................................................................
All cotton and chiefly cotton fibers...........................................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fibers ..............................................
Boys’ dress and uniform shirts and collars.................................................
Boys’ woven sport shirts ................................................................................
Contract work on men’s and boys shirts........................................................
Contract work on men’s and boys’ shirts and collars..............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts .......................................................................................
R e sales..............................................................................................................
Secondary products............................................................................................

2321

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
09/83
06/83
06/83
09/83
06/83
06/83

114.4
114.5
110.3
108.8
114.4
102.3
114.4
118.5
116.8
124.0
118.8
125.1
111.2
116.9
108.2
108.3
100.3
113.8
113.8

114.8
114.9
110.3
108.4
115.3
101.3
115.1
119.2
117.4
124.5
120.0
125.1
112.6
119.2
109.0
108.3
100.3
114.7
114.7

114.8
114.9
110.4
108.6
115.0
101.7
115.0
119.1
117.3
124.3
119.6
125.1
112.5
119.2
108.9
108.3
100.3
114.6
114.6

2.8
2.4
2.2
3.3
3.4
3.2
-.7
-.7
2.4
2.0
3-1
1.3
4.3
2.8
5.4
.7
.4
2.4
2.4

-.1
-.1

06/83
06/83
06/83

105.7
104.1
117.6

107.0
105.6
117.7

107.0
105.6
117.9

7.0
7.9
3.4

.2

Men’s and boys’ underwear and nightwear ..............................................................
Primary products......................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ knit underwear......................................................................
Knit undershirts, except therm al...................................................................
Undershirts, except athletic typ e...............................................................
Knit shorts and briefs, except thermal.........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Secondary products............................................................................................

2322

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

119.0
115.9
117.4
120.0
119.4
117.6

119.0
115.9
117.4
120.0
119.4
117.6

119.0
115.9
117.4
120.0
119.4
117.6

3.0
3.4
2.8
5.3
5.8
1.3

0

06/82

144.7

144.7

144.7

4.7

0

Men’s and boys’ neckwear...........................................................................................
Primary products......................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ neckwear................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ neckties...............................................................................
All silk .............................................................................................................
All polyester..................................................................................................
Other fabrics, including blends..................................................................
Men’s and boys’ neckwear, n.e.c., including mufflers and scarfs......
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts.......................................................................................
Contract w o rk ...................................................................................................

2323

Men’s and boys’ separate trousers.............................................................................
Primary products......................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ dress and sport trousers and dress shorts .....................
Men’s dress and sports trousers, except uniform.....................................
All wool and chiefly wool, all fabric constructions.................................
All cotton and chiefly cotton, all fabric constructions...........................
All manmade and chiefly manmade, except manmade/wool blends .

2327

2311-P
2311-A
2311-1
2311-11
2311-113
2311-11347
2311-117
2311-11744
2311-11747
2311-3
2311-321
2311-32144
2311-32145
2311-322
2311-9
2311-SM
2311-S
2311-SSS
2327-S

2321-P
2321-2
2321-211
2321-21115
2321-21117
2321-225
2321-22527
2321-4
2321-417
2321-41718
2321-41721
2321-427
2321-42713
2321-42714
2321-437
2321-438
2321-9
2321-913
2321-SM
2321-M
2321-Z89
2321-S

2322-P
2322-A
2322-1
2322-122
2322-4
2322-SM
2322-S

0
0

0

.7

0
0

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

-.1
0

-.1
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

2323-P
2323-1
2323-12
2323-121
2323-127
2323-129
2323-149
2323-SM
2323-M
2323-Y93

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

120.7
120.8
120.8
121.3
147.1
116.4
102.5
113.4

121.0
121.0
121.0
121.6
147.8
116.4
102.5
113.3

121.1
121.1
121.1
121.7
148.0
116.4
102.5
113.3

2.3
2.1
2.1
2.3
3.6
1.5
.4
(3)

.1
.1
.1
.1
.1

12/83
01/90

125.4
100.0

126.2
100.9

127.2
101.8

(3)
(3)

.8
.9

2327-P
2327-1
2327-112
2327-1122
2327-1124
2327-1125

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

121.1
122.1
119.7
122.9
128.1
108.7
122.1

121.4
122.4
120.0
123.3
128.1
108.7
122.7

121.2
122.2
119.8
123.0
(3)
108.7
122.2

1.8
2.2
1.7
1.8
( ’)
.6
2.4

I
See footnotes at end of table.




0

(3)
-.1
-.1
-.1
-.2
-.1

40

0
0
0

-.2
-.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 Dec. 1990 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Men’s and boys’ separate trousers—Continued
Woven ........................................................................................................
Knit ..............................................................................................................
Manmade/wool blends (chiefly manmade), all fabric constructions ...
Men’s and boys’ dress shorts.......................................................................
Boys’ dress and sport trousers, including uniform....................................
Receipts for contract work on men’s and boys’ trousers ...........................
Receipts for contract work on men’s and boys’ trousers........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................................
Secondary products............................................................................................
Other secondary products..............................................................................
Men’s and boys’ work clothing.....................................................................
Men’s and boys’ work clothing ....................................................................................
Primary products.....................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ work shirts..............................................................................
Men’s and boys’ work shirts .........................................................................
Men’s and boys’ jeans, dungarees, and jean-cut casual slacks ........ .......
Men’s jeans, dungarees, and jean-cut casual slacks...............................
Denim .............................................................................................................
Boys’ jeans, dungarees, and jean-cut casual slacks................................
Denim ..............................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ other work clothing ..............................................................
Men’s other work clothing..............................................................................
Coveralls and other one piece work suits ...............................................
Work pants, excluding jeans and dungarees .........................................
Receipts for contract work on men’s and boys’ work clothing ..................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Secondary products............................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ separate trousers ............................................................
Other secondary products..............................................................................

2328

Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c.....................................................................................
Primary products.....................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ nontailored heavy jackets and coats, including uniform,
excluding ski jackets....................................................................................
Men’s heavy nontailored jackets and coats, including uniform..............
Chiefly cotton................................................................................................
Chiefly w ool...................................................................................................
Other fabrics .................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ swimwear, sweaters, and outerwear n.e.c........................
Swimwear and athletic shorts.......................................................................
Men’s and boys’ athletic shorts................................................................
Men’s and boys’ athletic uniforms sold as su c h .......................................
Men’s and boys’ outerwear, n.e.c..................................................................
Men’s light nontailored jackets, excluding uniform................................
Boys’ light nontailored jackets, excluding uniform.................................
Other men’s and boys’ outerwear, n.e.c...................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts .......................................................................................
Contract w o rk...................................................................................................
Secondary products............................................................................................

2329

Women's, misses’, and juniors’ outerwear................................... ............................

233

2328-P
2328-1
2328-111
2328-3
2328-351
2328-35126
2328-352
2328-35226
2328-4
2328-451
2328-45114
2328-45131
2328-9
2328-SM
2328-S
2327-S
2328-SSS

2329-P
2329-1
2329-121
2329-12101
2329-12102
2329-12103
2329-2
2329-22
2329-223
2329-23
2329-25
2329-255
2329-258
2329-259
2329-SM
2329-M
2323-Y93
2329-S

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

118.2
123.7
128.6
106.8

118.9
123.7
128.7
(3)
106.8

118.3
123.7
128.7
(3)
106.8

2.5
1.7
1.5
(3)
-.7

-0.5
0
0
(3)
0

12/81

132.3

132.3

132.3

3.6

0

12/81
12/81
12/81

127.5
128.5
125.5

127.5
128.5
125.5

127.5
128.5
125.5

2.0
2.3
1.5

0
0
0

12/81
12/81

114.9
115.8

114.8
115.9

113.4
114.6

.3
.5

-1.2
-1.1

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

119.3
113.9
114.6
119.8
111.9
113.2
120.2
119.4
115.3
124.3

119.4
113.8
114.5
119.6
111.8
113.1
120.2
119.4
115.3
124.3

119.3
111.9
111.9
119.7
111.9
113.2
120.2
119.4
115.3
124.3

.9
-.5
-1.6
.2
3.0
3.5
1.0
1.2
1.9
.8

-.1
-1.7
-2.3
.1
.1
.1
0
0
0
0

12/81
12/81
12/81

111.8
131.6
108.3

111.8
131.6
108.3

109.6

.6

-2.0

105.8

-.4

-2.3

12/83
12/83

115.7
116.9

116.0
116.9

116.0
116.8

1.2
2.3

0
-.1

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/89
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/89
12/83
12/83
05/90
12/83

115.1
118.0
102.6
103.8
123.2
118.5
121.3
119.8
101.9
116.2
116.3
100.0
115.5

115.1
117.9
102.6
(3)
123.1
118.5
121.0
119.1
101.9
116.4
116.5
100.0
116.0

114.9
117.7
102.6
103.8
122.7
118.5
121.0
119.1
102.0
116.3
116.3
100.0
116.2

1.9
2.1
3.8
2.3
2.6
5.3
1.3
2.0
.5
(3)
(3) '
-.6

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

12/83
12/83
12/83

115.0
114.3
116.3

115.8
113.7
117.5

116.3
114.3
117.2

-3.8
-5.5
1.8

.4
.5
-.3

114.5

115.6

116.0

3.2

.3

(3
)

(3)

Dec. 1989

(3
)

(3)

Nov. 1990

(3)

2331-P

127.0
126.7

128.2
128.1

128.9
129.0

3.5
3.9

06/86
04/84
04/84
04/84
06/84

113.3
104.7
102.6
163.5
107.1

114.9
104.7
102.6
163.5
107.1

115.0
104.9
102.6
(3)
107.1

4.3
6.6
6.2
( ’)
1.3

.1
.2
0
(3)
0

2331-7
2331-721
2331-72116
2331-72117
2331-723
2331-72316
2331-72317
2331-9
2331-SM
2331-S
2331-SSS
2339-S

06/83
06/83
06/86
06/83
06/83
06/85
06/83
06/83

142.8
141.9
100.7
144.1
143.5
( ’)
144.8
104.3

145.4
141.9
100.7
144.1
148.0
112.3
150.5
104.3

145.5
142.2
102.9
143.9
148.0
112.3
150.5
107.4

3.6
2.6
2.4
2.5
4.3
.2
5.4
2.5

.1
.2
2.2
-.1
0
0
0
3.0

06/83
06/83
06/83

117.5
121.4
112.4

117.5
121.4
112.4

117.5
121.4
112.4

1.6
2.4

.4

0
0
0

12/80
12/80
06/86

125.6
127.5
115.2

128.5
130.6
118.8

129.5
131.6
120.0

5.1
5.4
6.6

.8
.8
1.0

2331

Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ dresses....................................................................
Primary products.....................................................................................................
Dresses not made on a contract basis...........................................................

06/83
06/83

.5
.7

2331-A
2331-2
2331-243
2331-24311
2331-24315

Women’s, misses’, & juniors’ blouses, waists & shirts...........................................
Primary products .....................................................................................................
Women’s, misses’, & juniors’ blouses, waists & shirts, excluding
contract w o rk ................................................................................................
Women’s, npisses’, & juniors’ knit outerwear sport & sweat shirts........
Knit outerwear sport shirts.........................................................................
All cotton and chiefly cotton ..................................................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fibers..........................................
Women’s, misses’, & juniors’ blouses, waists, & shirts, except knit
sport & sweat shiris .................................................................................
Knit blouses, waists, & shirts.....................................................................
All cotton and chiefly cotton ..................................................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fibers..........................................
Woven blouses, waists, & shirts ...............................................................
All cotton and chiefly cotton..................................................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fibers..........................................
Contract work on women’s, misses’, & juniors’ blouses, waists, & shirts
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................................
Secondary products............................................................................................
Other secondary products.............................................................................
Women’s, misses’, & juniors’ outerwear, n.e.c............................................

2335
2335-P
2335-A

See footnotes at end of table.




Dec.
19902

12/84

2327-11251
2327-11252
2327-1127
2327-146
2327-157
2327-9
2327-911
2327-SM
2327-S
2327-SSS
2328-S

Nov.
19902

41

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

12/80
05/83
12/80
12/80

127.5
(3)
124.1
129.6

131.5
(3)
128.1
129.6

132.8
(3)
128.7
129.6

6.6
(3)
5.8
1.3

1.0
(3)
.5
0

12/82
12/82
06/86
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

113.6
114.5
109.3
114.9
122.9
109.9
108.7
109.0
123.3
108.3
108.9
95.1
127.9
127.9

113.5
114.4
109.3
(3)
(3)
(3)
108.6
108.9
123.1
108.1
108.7
94.6
127.2
127.2

113.2
114.1
109.1
(3)
(3)
(3)
108.2
108.9
123.1
107.1
107.7
(3)
126.4
126.4

2.6
1.7
2.7
(3)
(3)
(3)
1.5
2.0
4.3
.8
-.2
(3)
-2.1
-2.1

-.3
-.3
-.2
(3)
(3)
(3)
-.4
0
0
-.9
-.9
(3)
-.6
-.6

12/82
12/82
06/86
12/82

118.9
132.5
135.7
99.5

118.9
132.5
(3)
99.5

118.9
132.5
(3)
(3)

5.7
10.4
(3)
(3)

0
0
(3)
(3)

2339-P
2339-A
2339-2
2339-213
2339-4
2339-5
2339-541
2339-54101
2339-565
2339-5651
2339-56512
2339-5652
2339-56522
2339-7
2339-71
2339-715
2339-716
2339-719

06/83
06/83
06/86
06/86
06/86
12/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
08/83
08/83
06/84
10/83

104.0
105.9
105.5
105.0
105.0
126.7
96.2
94.9
94.9
96.7
115.6
116.8
82.2
73.0
110.8
110.1
107.6
109.3
115.0

104.7
106.7
106.3
105.0
105.0
130.5
96.3
94.9
94.9
96.9
115.9
116.8
82.2
73.0
112.7
110.1
107.6
109.3
(3)

105.1
107.0
106.8
105.0
105.0
135.3
96.3
94.9
94.9
96.9
115.9
116.8
82.2
(3)
112.7
110.1
107.6
109.3
115.0

.8
.5
.4
-4.1
-4.1
1.4
1.2
-1.4
-1.2
2.3
1.3
0
3.4
(3)
.1
.2
0
.2
0

.4
.3
.5
0
0
3.7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(3)
0
0
0
0
(3)

2339-9

06/83

117.8

118.7

118.6

.7

2339-911
2339-SM
2339-M
2339-Z89
2339-S
2331-S
2337-S
2339-SSS

06/83

117.8

118.7

118.6

.7

-.1

10/83
10/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

(3)
(3)
100.0
96.9
97.5
97.2

(3)
(3)
100.1
96.9
97.5
97.7

(3)
(3)
100.4
97.1
97.5
98.8

(3)
(3)
-.6
.4
-1.3
-1.5

(3)
(3)
.3
.2
.0
1.1

12/84

111.6

111.6

111.6

1.3

0

2341-P

06/82
06/82

114.4
116.6

114.3
116.6

114.3
116.6

1.8
1.7

0
0

2341-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

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
06/82
06/82
06/82

105.7
120.5
116.6
114.4
113.6
119.6
121.2
138.2
122.3
160.3
112.2
110.7
110.0
112.9
111.8
111.8
114.1

105.7
120.3
115.9
114.7
113.9
118.0
121.2
140.3
122.3
165.0
112.4
110.9
110.0
112.9
111.8
111.8
115.2

105.7
120.2
115.8
114.4
113.6
118.0
121.2
140.3
122.3
(3)
112.4
110.9
110.0
112.9
111.8
111.8
115.2

1.6
2.0
1.8
3.5
3.6
.9
1.0
2.6
0
(3)
1.4
1.3
1.1
1.3
0
0
3.0

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

Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ dresses—Continued
Unit priced dresses..................................................................................
Unit priced - chiefly cotton...................................................................
Unit priced - chiefly synthetic ..............................................................
Contract work on women’s and misses’ dresses......................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

2335-1
2335-121
2335-125
2335-9
2335-SM

Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ suits and coats..................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Coats, suits, and skirts, excluding contract w ork.......................................
Coats, except fur, all leather, and rain ...................................................
All wool and chiefly wool .....................................................................
S uits.........................................................................................................
Skirts and jackets ....................................................................................
Skirts, including uniform ......................................................................
W oven...............................................................................................
Jackets .................................................................................................
Separate tailored suit-type jackets, including uniform .....................
Woven............................................................................................
Contract work on women’s, misses’ and juniors’ suits and coats ...........
Contract work on women’s, misses’ and juniors’ suits and co ats........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Women’s, misses’ and juniors’ blouses, waists and sh irts....................
Other secondary products......................................................................
Women’s, misses’ and juniors’ outerwear, n.e.c.....................................

2337-P
2337-A
2337-1
2337-122
2337-2
2337-4
2337-41
2337-415
2337-42
2337-422
2337-42201
2337-9
2337-911
2337-SM
2337-S
2331-S
2337-SSS
2339-S

Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ outerwear, n.e.c.................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Non-commission women’s, misses’, and juniors’ outerwear, n.e.c............
Washable service apparel ......................................................................
Nurses’, maids', waitresses’, and similar uniforms.............................
Bathing suits...........................................................................................
Slacks......................................................................................................
Jean-cut casual slacks........................................................................
All cotton and chiefly co tto n ............................................................
Other slacks.........................................................................................
Knit fabric..........................................................................................
Fabric other than all cotton and chiefly cotton............................
Woven fabric ....................................................................................
Fabric other than all cotton and chiefly cotton............................
Other outerwear, n.e.c..............................................................................
Play garments and dungarees.............................................................
Dungarees ........................................................................................
Playshorts, pedal pushers, bermudas, and jamaicas......................
Other play garments, including playsuits, beachtops, and halters ...
Contract and commission work on women’s, misses’, and juniors’
outerwear, n.e.c....................................................................................
Contract and commission work on women’s, misses’, and juniors’
outerwear, n.e.c.......................................................................... ......
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ..............................................................................
Resales...................................................................................................
Secondary products...................................................................................
Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ blouses, waists, and shirts.................
Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ suits, skirts, and co a ts........................
Other secondary products......................................................................

2339

Women’s, misses’, children’s, and infants’ undergarments...............................
Women’s and children’s underwear and nightwear............................................
Primary products...........................................................................................
Women’s and children’s underwear and nightwear, excluding contract
work .....................................................................................................
Underwear ..............................................................................................
Women’s underwear...........................................................................
Slips, half slips, and petticoats.......................................................
Chiefly synthetic fibers .................................................................
Panties .............................................................................................
Other women’s underwear..............................................................
Girls’, children’s and infants’ underwear............................................
Panties .............................................................................................
Other girls’, children’s and infants’ underwear...............................
Nightwear................................................................................................
Women’s nightwear ............................................................................
Nightgowns.......................................................................................
Chiefly synthetic fibers .................................................................
Pajamas ...........................................................................................
Chiefly synthetic fibers .................................................................
Other women’s nightwear................................................................
See footnotes at end of table.




42

Dec. 1989

.

Nov. 1990

-1

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

Index
Industry and product’

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Women’s and children’s underwear and nightwear—Continued
Girls’, children’s and infants’ nightwear...................................................
Pajamas .....................................................................................................
Contract work on women’s and children’s underwear and nightwear......
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................................
Secondary products ............................................................................................

2341-32
2341-326
2341-9
2341-SM
2341-S

Brassieres and allied garments....................................................................................
Primary products.....................................................................................................
Brassieres and allied garments, excluding contract work ...........................
Brassieres.........................................................................................................
Bandeau ........................................................................................................
Regular strap.............................................................................................
Soft c u p ..................................................................................................
Underwire ...............................................................................................
Contour lined or padded strap...............................................................
Soft c u p ..................................................................................................
Strapless, convertible or other bandeau bras.....................................
Other bras, including long line ..................................................................
Girdles, corsets, combinations and accessories .......................................
Girdles, with or without openings..............................................................
Corsets, combinations, and accessories..................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Secondary products............................................................................................

2342

Hats, caps, and millinery...............................................................................................

235

Millinery ............................................................................................................................
Primary products......................................................................................................
Fur felt and wool fe lt.......................................................................................

2351

Hats and caps, except millinery...................................................................................
Primary products......................................................................................................
Hats and hat bodies, except cloth and millinery............................................
Finished straw hats, except harvest hats, men’s and boys’ ....................
Wool felt finished hats ....................................................................................
Fur felt finished hats .......................................................................................
Cloth hats and cap s............................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ woven cloth hats, except uniform .................................
Men’s and boys’ woven cloth caps, except uniform ................................
All other hats and caps, inc. harvest hats, women’s uniform hats and
caps, etc......................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................................
Secondary products............................................................................................

2352

2342-P
2342-A
2342-1
2342-14
2342-141
2342-14112
2342-14114
2342-142
2342-14212
2342-143
2342-15
2342-2
2342-211
2342-241
2342-SM
2342-S

06/82
06/82
06/82

Nov.
1990?

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 1989

121.0
112.6
121.3

121.4
( ’)
121.3

(3
)
(3
)

(3
)

121.7

0

2.5

Nov. 1990

(')
(;’>
0.3

06/82

91.8

91.4

91.4

.4

0

06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82

128.4
128.9
106.2
125.4
125.3
120.1
112.5

128.4
128.9
106.2
125.4
125.3
120.1
112.5

(3
)

(3
)
135.3
109.1
142.2
129.5
140.2
107.5
119.7

-.2
- 7
-.7
-1.9
-2.0
-4.3
1.3
-19.5
2.3
3.7
3.5
2.0
2.6
2.2
3.9

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

135.3
109.1
142.2
129.5
140.2
107.5
119.7

128.4
128.9
106.2
125.4
125.3
120.1
112.5
98.8
135.3
109.1
142.2
129.5
140.2
107.5
119.7

C)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

06/82

118.9

118.9

118.9

-.3

0

06/85

115.5

115.5

115.5

3.4

0

2351-P
2351-112

06/85
06/85
06/85

106.3
106.4
102.0

106.0
106.2
102.0

106.0
106.2

2.1
2.0

0
0

2352-P
2352-1
2352-115
2352-141
2352-183
2352-2
2352-212
2352-215

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

117.2
118.3
126.4
112.1
126.4
139.9
114.8
139.5
110.1

117.3
118.4
126.4

117.3
118.4
126.4

(3
)
(3)
(3)
115.0
(3)
110.1

(3
)
(3
)
(3)
115.0
(3)
110.1

.3

0

06/85

107.4

107.4

107.4

2.0

0

06/85

109.9

109.9

109.9

-2.4

0

2352-298
2352-SM
2352-S

(3
)

(3
)

( ’)

3.4
3.9
7.8

(3
)
(3)
(3)
2.0

(3
)

0
0
0
(3>
(3)

(3
)
0

0

Girls’, children’s, and infants’ outerwear....................................................................

236

12/84

111.3

111.2

111.4

3.5

.2

Girls’, children’s, and infants’ dresses, blouses, and shirts...................................
Primary products.....................................................................................................
Dresses, blouses, &shirts, except knit sport shirts & sweatshirts............
Dresses ..............................................................................................................
Girls’ dresses................................................................................................
Children’s dresses........................................................................................
All or chiefly manmade fiber fabric .......................................................
Infants’ dresses............................................................................................
Knit sport shirts & sweatshirts...........................................................................
Knit sport shirts................................................................................................
Children’s knit sport shirts .........................................................................
All or chiefly manmade fiber fabric .......................................................
Contract work on dresses, blouses & shirts...................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................................
Secondary products............................................................................................

2361

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

112.9
114.4
116.9
120.3
124.8
113.0
113.0
119.0
105.7
105.7
99.8
99.7
116.0

113.0
114.5
117.2
120.7
121.9
115.5
114.3
119.0
105.6
105.5
99.6
99.5
116.0

113.2
114.8
117.2
120.7
121.9
115.5
114.3
119.0
106.5
106.4
100.8

2.4
2.6
2.4

.3

Girls’, children's, & infants’ outerwear, n.e.c..............................................................
Primary products.....................................................................................................
Coats, snowsuits, coat-and-legging sets, suits, vests, &jackets................
Outerwear, n.e.c., except contract work .........................................................
Play garments...................................................................................................
Girls’ play garments.....................................................................................
Other girls’ play garments: shorts, playsuits, halter tops, etc...........
Children’s and infants’ play garments, except infants’ creepers and
rompers ..................................................................................................
Slacks................................
Jeans, dungarees, and shorts
Other fabric...................
All other play garments, except infanxs’ creepers ana rompers .....
Infants’ creepers and rom pers..................................................................
All or chiefly man-m ade..........................................................................
Other outerwear: skirts, swimsuits, headwear, neckwear, buntings,
robes, etc.....................................................................................................

2369

2361-P
2361-1
2361-12
2361-121
2361-123
2361-12335
2361-125
2361-2
2361-21
2361-215
2361-21543
2361-9
2361-SM
2361-S

0
0
0
0
0
0

3 .3

.7
6.0
2.1
1.9
3.8
3.8
1.4

(3
)

.9
.9
1.2
C)

1.1

0

12/84

108.3

108.5

108.5

1.6

0

2369-P
2369-2
2369-3
2369-34
2369-342
2369-3425

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/88

108.7
109.8
116.6
110.6
110.7
111.5

108.5
109.7
116.6
110.4
110.8
111.5

108.5
109.7
116.6
110.4
110.8
111.5

4.7
5.4
3.2
6.6
6.7
6.0

0
0
0
0
0
0

O

(3
)

(3
)

2369-345
2369-3451
2369-3452
2369-34522
2369-3453
2369-346
2369-34611

12/84
12/84
02/85
12/88
02/85
12/84
12/88

101.3
107.2
93.3
99.5
106.1
123.5

101.5

101.5

(3
)

(3
)

<)
3

93.8
100.1
106.1

93.8
100.1
106.1

21.4

O

(3
)
(3
)

(3
)
(3
)

0
(3
)

2369-39

12/84

108.3

108.3

108.3

See footnotes at end of table.




(3
)
116.0

.2

43

(3
)

(’)

5.3

0

0
0
0
0

0

-.4

8.6

V)

O
0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Girls’, children’s, & infants’ outerwear, n.e.c.—Continued
S kirts.....................................................................................................
Headwear, neckwear, buntings, robes, etc..........................................
Contract work on children’s outerwear, n.e.c.............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Girls’, children’s, and infants’ dresses, blouses, & shirts.......................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

2369-393
2369-398
2369-9
2369-SM
2369-S
2361-S
2369-SSS

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

12/84
12/84
12/84

96.2
114.1
103.3

96.2
(3)
103.3

96.2
(3)
103.3

12/84
12/84
12/84

102.0

105.4
99.6

101.5
105.4
98.9

101.5
105.4
98.9

4.0

Dec. 1989

8.9
(3)

Nov. 1990

0

(3)

.1

0

1.1
-.2

0
0
0

Fur goods..............................................................................................................

237

12/83

98.0

97.1

95.9

-5.4

- 1.2

Fur goods..............................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Fur products................................................................................................
M in k..........................................................................................................
Beaver, Rabbit, and Other Furs..............................................................

2371

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

98.0
100.7
100.7
100.4
106.2

97.1
99.9
99.9
98.8
107.6

95.9
98.6
98.6
97.6
107.0

-5.4
-5.5
-5.5
-6.9
(3)

- 1.2
-1.3
-1.3
- 1.2

Miscellaneous apparel and accessories..............................................................

238

06/85

116.0

116.2

116.3

4.2

.1

Fabric dress and work gloves..............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Work gloves and mittens ...........................................................................
All fa b ric...................................................................................................
Single canton flannel.......... .................................................................
Double canton flannel .........................................................................
Fleeced cotton jersey...........................................................................
Leather or plastic and fabric combinations............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2381

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

114.6

114.7
112.4
112.4
111.9
108.0
109.5
107.7
115.1

2.6

107.9
109.5
107.5
115.1

114.7
112.4
112.4
111.9
108.1
109.5
107.6
115.1

1.2

0
0
0
0
-.1
0
.1
0

06/85

123.9

123.9

123.8

1.9

-.1

Robes and dressing gowns, except children’s ....................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Women’s, misses’ and juniors’ robes and dressing gowns.......................
All other fabrics........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous reciepts..........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2384

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

107.4
106.6
105.6
105.3

107.4
106.4
105.4
105.1

107.5
106.3
105.2
104.9

1.2
.6

.5
.5

.1
-.1
-.2
-.2

Waterproof outer garments...................................................................................
Primary products................
Raincoats and raincapes
Men’s and boys’
Women’s, misses', and juniors’ ...........................................................
Other waterproof outer garments...........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2385

Leather and sheep lined clothing .........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Leather coats and jackets..........................................................................
Men’s and boys’ ......................................................................................
Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ ..............................................................
All other leather and sheep lined clothing.................................................

2386

Apparel belts..........................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Leather b e lts ...............................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ ......................................................................................
Belts other than leather..............................................................................
Women’s and children’s made for sale separately................................
Men’s and boys' ......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2387

Apparel and accessories, n.e.c.............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Burial garments........................................................................................
Academic caps and gowns and costumes, including theatrical............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2389

Miscellaneous fabricated textile products............................................................

239

Curtains and draperies.........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Curtains, except la c e ..................................................................................
Wholly or chiefly cotton fabrics ..............................................................
Wholly or chiefly manmade fiber fabrics, plastics, and other
materials............................................................................................
Chiefly polyester fabrics......................................................................

2391

2371-P
2371-1
2371-111
2371-115

2381-P
2381-2
2381-211
2381-21122
2381-21124
2381-21132
2381-251
2381-SM
2381-S

2384-P
2384-2
2384-203
2384-SM
2384-S

2385-P
2385-141
2385-14111
2385-14122
2385-198
2385-SM
2385-S

2386-P
2386-1A
2386-101
2386-102
2386-1B

2387-P
2387-1
2387-151
2387-2
2387-215
2387-251
2387-SM
2387-S

2.5
2.6
2.8

1.7
2.1

.7

06/85

108.9

110.4

109.6

2.8

-.7

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

115.9
116.5
115.4
116.2
114.9
118.9

115.9
116.5
115.4
116.2
(3
)
119.1

115.9
116.5
115.4
116.2
(3)
119.1

2.4
2.5
2.7
(3)
1.9

0
0
0
0

06/85

1.8

(3)
0

114.1

114.1

114.1

2.5

.0

126.4
12/85
12/85
124.5
125.1
12/85
12/85 * 132.3
12/85
117.6
111.3
12/85

126.4
124.5
125.1
132.3
117.6
111.3

126.4
124.5
125.1
132.3
117.6
111.3

2.7
1.9
1.7
2.9
.3
5.1

0
0
0
0
0
0

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

120.8

120.8

121.1

118.7
124.8
131.8
104.8
105.7
114.3

119.1
125.5
132.5
104.8
(3
)
(3
)

9.8
9.5
13.0
14.2
1.3
(3
)
(3)

.2

118.7
124.8
131.4
105.1
108.3
112.2

.3
.6

.5
0

(3)
(3
)

06/85

130.9

130.9

130.9

11.1

0

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

111.5
110.4
116.4
114.2

112.7
111.9
116.4
116.9

112.6

111.7
116.4
116.5

3.5
3.0
3.5
4.1

-.1
-.2
0
-.3

12/85
12/85

116.7
114.8

116.7
114.8

116.7
115.4

4.9
6.3

0
.5

12/84

111.2

111.6

11,1.8

2.5

.2

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

116.0
114.2
113.5
108.5

116.9
114.9
113.7
109.5

116.7
114.9
113.7
109.5

3.3

2391-P
2391-2
2391-211

-.2
0
0
0

2391-222
2391-22273

06/84
06/84

114.7
114.8

114.7
114.8

114.7
114.8

2389-P
2389-181
2389-191
2389-SM
2389-M
2389-S

See footnotes at end of table.




112.2
112.1
111.6

-.6

44

3.6
2.9
6.6
2.1

2.4

0
0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Curtains and draperies—Continued
Other materials, including plastics......................................................
Draperies........... .........................................................................................
Wholly or chiefly cotton fabrics ..............................................................
Wholly or chiefly manmade fiber fabrics, plastics, and other
materials............................................................................................
Chiefly rayon and acetate fabrics.......................................................
Nylon and other manmade fiber fabrics, excluding rayon, acetate,
and polyester.................................................................................
Chiefly polyester fabrics......................................................................
Other materials, including plastics......................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989'

Nov. 1990

2391-22274
2391-4
2391-411

100.4
115.7

110.6

111.6

111.6

2.2

0
0
0

06/84
06/84

116.0
115.4

117.0
116.6

117.0
116.6

4.6
5.9

0
0

06/89
06/84
12/84

104.0
116.2
109.1

105.9
116.8
109.9

105.9
116.8
109.9

2.4
3.7
1.9

0
0
0

06/84
06/84
07/84
06/84

132.2
123.6
148.3
117.7

135.5
125.7
(3)
117.7

133.6
124.7
150.7
117.7

1.1

-1.4

.4
3.5
1.5

(3)

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/88
06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/88
06/88
06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

108.4
107.5
106.8
103.8
99.7
111.9
97.2
108.9
90.4
109.7

108.9
107.9
106.5
100.5
111.9
97.2
109.8
90.0
109.7

109.1
108.0
107.1
103.8
100.4
113.0
96.8
109.6
90.3
109.7

- 1.6
3.3

.2
.1
.6
1.0
-.1
1.0

1.0

-.4

110.8

110.8

110.8

105.1
93.3
102.9

106.2
92.2
102.9

101.6

98.9

121.0

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

109.4
107.9

2393

2394

Pleating, Stitching, and Tucking...........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Embroideries, stamped art goods, other needlework, printing on
purchased fabric..................................................................................
Embroideries, including embroidered art needlework............................
Commission embroidering, printing, tucking, pleating, etc. for the
trade.....................................................................................................
Contract tucking, pleating, hemstitching, etc...........................................
Contract printing for the trade ................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products...................................................................................

100.4
115.7

2392

Canvas and related products...............................................................................
Primary products
Awnings ...
T e n ts.........
Camping tents
Other te n ts...............................................................................................
Commercial and other tents ................................................................
Tarpaulins and other covers......................................................................
F la t...........................................................................................................
Fitted ................................................................................................. ‘ ....
Other products............................................................................................
S a ils.........................................................................................................
Other products, including shades, air cushions, fuel containers, etc.
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products...................................................................................

100.4
114.7

2391-44472
2391-44473
2391-44474
2391-SM
2391-M
2391-XY9
2391-Z89
2391-S

Textile bags ..........................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Vegetable fiber bags...................................................................................
Cotton, including cotton canvas and open mesh cotton ......................
Burlap......................................................................................................
Other textile b ag s.......................................................................................
Wholly or chiefly manmade fiber fabrics ................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products...................................................................................

06/89
06/84
06/84

2391-444
2391-44471

House furnishings, n.e.c........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Bedspreads and bedsets ...........................................................................
Tailored, quilted.......................................................................................
Nontailored, except tu fte d ......................................................................
Sheets and pillowcases..............................................................................
Towels and washcloths..............................................................................
Other house furnishings .............................................................................
Comforters............................................................................................
Blankets................................................................................................
Crib siz e ............................................................................................
All other housefurnishings, except blankets and comforters.................
Shower/bath curtains, including plastic ..............................................
Mattress protectors..............................................................................
Other quilted, including wadded quilts and baby pads .......................
Bed pillows...........................................................................................
Fancy pillows and cushions.................................................................
Foam .............................................. ...................................................
Other materials .................................................................................
Mops and dusters ................................................................................
All other house furnishings ..................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...................................
Resales ....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2395

2392-P
2392-A
2392-A11
2392-A14
2392-2
2392-3
2392-4
2392-423
2392-482
2392-48286
2392-4C
2392-419
2392-431
2392-438
2392-451
2392-455
2392-45557
2392-45559
2392-477
2392-498
2392-SM
2392-M
2392-XY9
2392-Z89
2392-S

102.8

0.4
4.1

1.6
1.8

.5
2.0

-.8
0

1.9

-.2

1.6

.3

4.9
8.0

0
0

105.9
92.8
102.9

1.3
-.4

-.3
.7

1.0

101.6

101.6

.5

98.9
117.0
107.2

121.1

98.9
116.7
107.2
119.8
119.4
121.3

0
0
0

111.4
109.2
114.1
114.3

111.7
109.2
114.8
114.6

130.0
(3)
113.1
113.0

111.4
113.2
113.2
138.7
(3
)
113.1
113.0

114.3
115.2
139.3
103.0
113.1
113.0

12/85

104.1

104.1

104.1

.1

0

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

116.2
115.8
113.0
117.4
106.9
107.6
117.8
117.7
117.9
114.9
126.6
107.1

116.6
116.1
124.0
114.8

3.1
3.2
4.3
6.5
9.6

1.7
1.9
3.5
4.0
6.7

2.0
2.1

.5
.5
-3.5
3.4

0
0
0
0
0

116.9
108.8

118.6
118.3
128.4
119.4
128.7
106.9
107.6
117.8
117.7
117.9
111.3
115.7
108.4

-.7
- 1.0
-.4

12/85

137.4

138.4

140.7

5.8

1.7

12/85
12/85

120.9

121.0
122.1

120.9

2395-P

4.9
5.4

-.1
-.1

2395-1
2395-112

12/85
12/85

121.6

121.6

121.6

125.6

125.6

125.6

6.3
10.9

0
0

2395-9
2395-931
2395-941
2395-SM
2395-S

12/85
12/85
12/85

124.8
118.6
102.4

125.3
119.6
102.4

125.0
119.0
102.4

.4
.9

-.5

12/85

123.4

124.9

( ’)

2393-P
2393-1
2393-121
2393-131
2393-2
2393-241
2393-SM
2393-S
2394-P
2394-211
2394-3
2394-344
2394-366
2394-36637
2394-5
2394-533
2394-555
2394-8
2394-877
2394-898
2394-SM
2394-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

45

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

112.1

107.2
113.7
116.1

111.2

113.8
110.2

111.5
110.2

122.1

122.0

120.1

(3)

120.6

106.9
107.6
117.8
117.7
117.9
112.1

112.2

122.0

0

5.9
- 1.2
8.1

7.7

-.3
0
-.2

(3)

1.8

.2

2.9

.3

1.2

0
.6

5.0
-2.4
3.2
4.3
6.6

12.7
(3)
1.3

.3
.7
1.0
1.8

.4
(')
0
0

17

.3
0

-.2

0

O

0

0

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

Index
Industry and product1

industry

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Automotive trimmings, apparel findings, and related products...........................
Primary products ........................ ....................................................................
Men’s and boys’ suit and coat findings, and hat and cap trimmings......
Men’s and boys’ coat, suit, and trouser findings...................................
Automotive trimmings............................................................................. .
Other trimmings and findings......................................................................
Women’s and children’s apparel trimmings and findings.......................
Other trimmings and findings, including furniture trimmings..................
Bias bindings, except fused or sealed e dge..........................................
Printing and stamping on apparel, apparel accessories, and art goods ...
Printing on purchased textile products, including silk screen .................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products......................................;.............................................

2396

Schiffli machine embroideries ..............................................................................
Primary products .............................................................................................
Eyelet................................................................................ .......................
Novelties..................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2397

Fabricated textile products, n.e.c..........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Automobile seat covers ..........................................................................
Seat or safety belts, including shoulder harnesses, except leather......
Flags, banners, and similar em blems.....................................................
All other fabricated textile products, n.e.c...............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2399

2396-P
2396-1
2396-111
2396-2
2396-3
2396-311
2396-312
2396-333
2396-4
2396-441
2396-SM
2396-M
2396-S

2397-P
2397-113
2397-115
2397-SM
2397-M
2397-XY9
2397-S

2399-P
2399-115
2399-125
2399-141
2399-198
2399-SM
2399-M
2399-XY9
2399-S

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
06/90
12/85

107.7
107.5
120.7
123.9
106.9
105.4
106.4
90.9

12/83
12/83

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

107.8
107.6

107.8
107.5

121.2

121.2

1.3
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.4

124.5
106.9
105.5
106.8
90.9

124.5
106.9
105.5
106.8
90.9

122.2
100.0
111.0

122.2
100.2
111.2

122.2
100.1
111.1

(3)
120.8

(3)
121.9

(3>
121.9

(3)
3.0

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

126.3
128.1
128.9
127.5

128.0
130.1
133.0
127.8

128.3
130.3
133.5
127.8

2.5

06/85
06/85
06/85

102.9
102.9
117.8

102.9
102.9
117.8

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

105.3
105.3
115.5
96.9
116.9
106.9

12/85
12/85
12/85

98.6
97.1
111.4

.2
.8

(3)
<
3)
(3)
2.1

Nov. 1990

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

<
3)
0

2.6

.2
.2

3.6

.4

1.8

0

102.9
102.9
117.8

.9
.9
.5

0
0
0

105.3
105.3
115.0
96.5
116.9
107.7

105.5
105.7
119.3
96.5
116.9
107.7

3.3
3.8

.2

98.6
97.1
110.7

6.0

.4
3.7

5.7
3.8
1.7

0
0
0

95.4
94.0
111.5

-3.2
-3.2
2.9

-3.2
-3.2
.7

Lumber and wood products, except furniture......................................................

24

12/84

117.2

115.1

115.2

-.8

.1

Logging camps and logging contractors..............................................................

241

12/81

137.2

132.7

132.5

-.9

-.2

Logging camps and logging contractors..............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Softwood logs, bolts, and tim ber...............................................................
Douglas fir ................................................................................................
Sawlogs and b olts................................................................ ................
Veneer logs and b o lts .........................................................................
Softwood, except Douglas f i r ..................................................................
Southern yellow p in e ...........................................................................
Ponderosa pine ....................................................................................
Spruce...................................................................................................
Hemlock................................................................................................
Western red c e d a r...............................................................................
Other softwood log species, n.e.c........................................................
Hardwood logs, bolts, and tim ber..............................................................
Other hardwood log species, n.e.c..........................................................
Pulpwood.....................................................................................................
Softwood ..............................................................................................
Other roundwood products........................................................................
Other roundwood products, n.e.c.............................................................
Contract logging ............. ............................................................................
Contract iogging.......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

2411

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
06/82
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
06/82
06/82
12/81
12/81

137.2
135.6
154.4
156.6
153.4
175.0
153.0
71.7
224.6
155.3
169.7
225.4
158.9
124.1
106.1
89.0
84.6

132.5
130.5
145.9*
146.1
148.7
131.2
145.8
71.8
216.2
155.3
157.3
218.7
149.7
124.1
106.1
89.5
84.8
85.7
80.8
107.5
107.5

-.9

81.6
106.9
106.9

132.7
130.7
146.5
148.2
149.4
141.3
145.5
71.7
216.3
155.3
156.1
218.2
150.4
124.1
106.1
89.5
84.8
85.9
81.0
106.9
106.9

Sawmills and planing m ills....................................................................................

242

12/84

113.8

109.2

Sawmills and planing m ills....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................. ...............................
Hardwood lumber rough and dressed except siding.................................
Hardwood rough lum ber.........................................................................
O a k....................................................................... ................................
Red, no. 1 common .........................................................................
White .................................................................................................
Other O a k .........................................................................................
Poplar....................................................................................................
No. 1 common ..................................................................................
Hardwood other than Oak and Poplar................................................
G um ...................................................................................................
Maple, Beech and Ash .....................................................................
Other hardwoods..............................................................................
Hardwood, dressed lumber, including ceiling, framing, and matched
and shiplapped lumber.....................................................................

2421

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

104.7
105.4
131.3
128.5
144.1
153.1
130.4
143.7
115.1
104.2
115.7
114.4
109.4

114.9
114.4
109.6
109.9

147.2

147.1

2411-P
2411-1
2411-117
2411-11744
2411-11766
2411-13
2411-131
2411-132
2411-133
2411-135
2411-136
2411-137
2411-2
2411-221
2411-3
2411-31115
2411-4
2411-429
2411-9
2411-911
2411-SM

2421-P
2421-1
2421-12
2421-121
2421-12111
2421-12112
2421-12119
2421-122
2421-12211
2421-129
2421-1291
2421-1295
2421-1299

12/80

109.'9
110.9
133.1
130.1
145.5
154.6
131.4
145.8
118.6
109.2
117.3
114.4
116.0
109.9

2421-13

12/80

149.7

See footnotes at end of table.




86.8

46

12/86

112.6

-.6

-.2
-.2

- 1.8
- 6.0
-2.4
-24.4

-.4
-1.4
-.5
-7.1

1.2

.2
.1
0
0
.8
.2

4.1
5.0
6.5
-1.9
- 8.2
10.8
0
0
1.0
1.2

-.5

.2
2.8
2.8

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

109.2

-2.9

0

104.9
105.5
130.6
127.7
143.4
152.3
130.5
140.8
114.6

-3.8
-4.1
- 1.0
- 1.2

102.8

6.9

.2
.1

-.5
-.6

-.6
-.1
-.6

-.5
-.5

-3.3
-1.3
- 1.8
- 2.0

- 2.0
-.4
-1.3
-.7

.1

1.0

0

- 6.8
1.0

-2.7
.5

.5

-.1

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Sawmills and planing mills—Continued
O a k.............................................................................
Other hardwood species.....................................................................
Softwood lumber, rough and dressed, except siding................................
Softwood lumber, rough and dressed, Eastern species, except siding .
Rough softwood lumber, Eastern species..........................................
Boards - lumber less than 2 inches in nominal thickness..............
Light framing lumber 2 inch nominal thickness only ......................
Lumber and timbers over 2 inches in nominal thickness ...............
Dressed softwood lumber, Eastern species.......................................
Boards - lumber less than 2 inches in nominal thickness..............
Southern P ine................................................................................
Finish, c and better.......................................................................
Boards, no. 2 .................................................................................
Other Southern Pine Boards ........................................................
Light framing lumber 2 inch nominal thickness only ......................
Southern P ine................................................................................
Dimension, no. 1 ........................................................................
Dimension no. 2 .........................................................................
Other 2 inch Southern Pine lumber ..........................................
Lumber and timbers over 2 inch nominal thickness, Eastern
species.......................................................................................
Southern Pine ............................................................................

132.1
132.6
102.4
105.5
108.5
87.2
(3)
100.4
104.3
117.5
116.3
114.4
128.1
118.9
100.7
96.5
93.9
96.3
96.4

131.9
132.6
102.5
103.1
105.0
82.2
122.9
100.4
102.4
114.1

135.0
134.3
110.3
113.3

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

98.8
92.0
108.7
106.9

2421-4228
2421-4229
2421-423
2421-4231
2421-4239
2421-5
2421-577
2421-578
2421-7
2421-751
2421-8
2421-813
2421-817
2421-897
2421-9

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

104.0
118.1
138.3
127.1
147.3
94.5
107.9
76.5
106.6
103.6
116.7
128.8
110.5

92.8
102.7
132.1
108.0
152.4
95.5
109.2
77.1
106.5
103.5
114.8
124.3

111.2

111.7
123.1

2421-951
2421-SM
2421-S

Boards-lumber less than 2 inch nominal thickness........................
Douglas F ir .................................................................................
Other boards..............................................................................
Ponderosa P ine .............................................................................
No. 3 boards..................................................................................
Other boards..................................................................................
Redwood and Western Red Cedar ..............................................
Other boards, Western dressed softwood....................................
Lumber of 2 inches nominal thickness only ....................................
Douglas F ir.....................................................................................
Standard and b ette r...................................................................
Other 2 inch Douglas Fir lumber...............................................
Ponderosa Pine..........................................................................
White Fir .....................................................................................
Standard and better...................................................................
Other 2 inch White Fir lumber...................................................
Western Hemlock..........................................................................
Dimension, std. and btr..................................................................
Other 2 inch Western Hemlock lumber .......................................
Redwood 2 inch lum ber................................................................
Lodgepole, Sugar, and Western (Idaho) White Pine 2 inch
lumber.....................................................................................
Other Western softwood 2 inch lumber........................................
Lumber and timbers, over 2 inch nominal thickness.......................
Douglas Fir .................................................................................
Other Western softwood timbers ..............................................
Wood chips .................................................................................................
Short to n s ................................................................................................
Standard u n its.........................................................................................
Softwood cut stock ....................................................................................
Other industrial cut stock........................................................................
Softwood flooring, siding and other sawmill and planing mill products....
Woodsiding..............................................................................................
Railway crossties and mine ties .............................................................
Other sawmill products ...........................................................................
Contract or custom w ork............................................................................
Contract drying, planing, resawing or other manufacturing of lumber
owned by others...............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

08/85
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

2421-323
2421-32311
2421-4
2421-41
2421-411
2421-412
2421-413
2421-42
2421-421
2421-4211
2421-42119
2421-4212
2421-42121
2421-42129
2421-4216
2421-4219
2421-422
2421-4221
2421-42214
2421-42219
2421-4222
2421-4224
2421-42241
2421-42249
2421-4225
2421-42251
2421-42259
2421-4226

Lumber and timbers over 2 inches in nominal thickness ...............

12/86

103.7

12/80

105.3

2426-P
2426-1

06/84
06/84
06/84

117.9
118.0
107.6

2426-119
2426-141
2426-198

06/84
06/84
06/84

2426-2
2426-223

06/84
06/84

2426

See footnotes at end of table.




Dec.
1990?

2421-131
2421-139
2421-2
2421-3
2421-31
2421-311
2421-312
2421-313
2421-32
2421-321
2421-3211
2421-32111
2421-32113
2421-32119
2421-322
2421-3221
2421-32211
2421-32212
2421-32219

Rough softwood lumber, Western species.........................................
Boards - lumber less than 2 inches in nominal thickness..............

Hardwood dimension and flooring.......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Hardwood flooring......................................................................................
Oak specialty flooring, block, parquetry, plank, oak faced, backed
plywood and other o a k .....................................................................
Glued laminated truck trailer flooring and railroad car decking ............
Other hardwood flooring.........................................................................
Hardwood dim. stock, furn. parts, and vehicle stock, hardwood dim.
incl glu-lam excl. plywood..................................................................
Kiln dried rough or surfaced, dimension s to ck .....................................

Nov.
19902

47

12/86

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

110.8

(3
)
132.1
100.4
114.4
127.3
126.8
119.1
141.5
127.9
110.1

105.0
103.9
105.7
103.1

102.6

85.4
150.2
109.8
106.7
92.3
91.4
117.0
77.8
128.9
114.6
130.0
106.9
108.6
118.9
117.5
96.8
113.5
110.3
119.4
102.9
88.2

123.0
103.0

84.4
78.5
100.7
100.5
100.9
74.0
146.7
101.1

99.8
77.9
76.0
114.5
76.3
126.8
113.1
131.9
96.8
97.9
106.3
107.4
86.4
106.3
103.0

112.6

Nov. 199C

-0.5
1.4
- 6.0
-4.1
-4.6
(3)
(3
)
3.0
-3.8

- 0.2

-2
-.2

104.0
124.7
118.1
99.3
94.7
92.3
94.7
94.4

-3.3

84.3
78.5

-4.0
-3.9
-6.9
-7.7
-9.4

101.8

101.3
100.0

-1

1.5
-5.9
- 6.0
-6.5
- 6.1
-5.8

0
.1

-2.3
-3.2
-5.7
(3)
0

- 1.8
-2.9
-3.2
-9.1
-2.7
-.7
-1.4
-1.9
-1.7
-1.7
- 2.1
-.1
0
1.1
.8

-.9
4.5
- 1.2

85.0
116.0
79.9
128.3

- 10.6
-3.3
- 6.6
-4.9
- 12.1
- 12.6
-4.8
-9.2
- 2.8

111.1

6.1

- 1.8

131.7
97.2
98.7
109.3
106.5
88.5
106.7
104.6

2.3
-7.2
-4.7
- 2.8
-7.0

-.2

77.3
144.9
102.3
103.8
86.2

112.6

110.6

86.7
82.4
92.6
103.0

83.5
78.6
90.1
103.8

110.8

Dec. 1989

92.0
102.1

129.1
108.2
146.6
95.5
109.2
77.1
109.8
106.8
114.5
121.5
110.8
112.0

1.2

4.0
10.7
11.8

1.3
4.7
1.2

.4
.8
2.8
-.8

2.4
.4

- 12.8
-6.4
-5.8
-7.5
-14.4
- 11.0
-18.2

- 1.8
-3.7
-4.6
-2.7

1.0

.8

-9.6
-9.2
- 8.1
-13.1
-4.6
- 1.1
-.7
-1.5
6.9
7.0
1.2

4.1
.3

1.6

-.9
-.6

-2.3
.2

-3.8
0
0
0

3.1
3.2
-.3
-2.3
0

.3

123.1

1.1
-.6

103.7

103.7

-1.5

0

103.0

103.5

-2.5

.5

118.7
118.9
109.9

118.2
118.3
107.6

3.3
3.9
4.4

-.4
-.5
- 2.1

122.3
89.5
120.4

131.7
87.6
118.9

125.4
87.6
119.3

4.4
- 2.8
14.4

-4.8

121.3
108.1

121.6

121.6

108.8

108.8

3.8
4.2

0
0

122.4

0

0

.3

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

Index
Industry
code

Industry and product1

Product
code

Index
Aug.
19902

Hardwood dimension and flooring—Continued
Kiln dried, rough dimension stock...........................................
Kiln dried, surfaced dimension stock....................................... .
Semifabricated dimension sto ck................................................. ..........
Completely fabricated ready for assembly, including furniture parts,
except frames ...................................................................................
Wood frames for household furniture............................................ ..........
Wood furniture frames for household furniture..........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts............................. ........

106.0
109.0
110.7

4.5
-.1

0

06/84
06/84
06/84

141.5
119.7
119.7

141.5
121.6
121.6

141.5
121.3
121.3

6.3
3.4
3.4

0
-.2
-.2

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

159.8
160.6
164.3
145.0
172.0

160.1
161.0
164.7
136.6
176.0

155.2
155.5
158.1
129.5
169.6

4.5
4.6
5.5
-12.9
12.8

-3.1
-3.4
-4.0
-5.2
-3.6

12/84

115.0

112.9

113.1

- 1.8

.2

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

120.2

120.4
119.6
126.0
130.3
125.6
122.9
103.1

120.6

1.3

119.3
125.7
130.2
125.6
122.9
102.7

119.7
126.4
130.8
126.1
122.9
103.1

.2
.1

4.0
3.1
4.5
10.5
1.5

.3
.4
.4

2431-2
2431-215
2431-3
2431-315

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

125.5
120.4
96.8
96.3

125.5
120.4
94.7
93.0

125.5
120.4
95.5
94.3

1.9
1.5
-3.4
-5.1

0
0
.8

2431-4
2431-41
2431-411
2431-413
2431-419
2431-43
2431-431
2431-433
2431-435
2431-44
2431-44A
2431-445
2431-44B
2431-448
2431-5
2431-561
2431-575
2431-584
2431-585
2431-598

06/83
06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/88
01/84
06/83
06/83
06/88
06/88
06/83

122.6

123.2
114.4
(3
)
120.4
138.1
109.6
(3
)
117.1
107.9

123.0
115.1
144.0
120.4
138.1
108.8

3.0
5.4
6.5
3.5
5.7
2.4

102.1

-.2

116.3
107.9

2.5
1.3

110.6

110.6

110.0

108.9
121.6

109.0
120.4

108.3
119.1

1.1
.6
-.1

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83

127.3
122.3
123.8
108.6
123.6
120.9
119.1

126.7
126.7
(3)
(3)
124.2
120.9
120.5

126.7
126.0
(3)
108.6
124.6
123.5
120.4

3.5
3.5
(3)
2.3
2.9
2.7

2431-6
2431-62
2431-621
2431-622
2431-651
2431-8

06/83
06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

109.3
95.9
104.3
132.7
132.2
125.8

106.3
92.7
99.7
143.2
132.2
126.2

106.7
93.1

.4
.4
.5

143.2
132.2
127.0

-3.6
-4.8
-7.2
26.3
2.5
-1.9

2431-82
2431-821
2431-825
2431-831

06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83

103.5
125.0
125.1
120.3

103.5
125.0
125.2

103.5
125.0
125.2

.6
.2
.8

121.2

121.1

6.7

0
0
0
-.1

2431

Wood kitchen cabinets.............................................................................
Primary products................................................................................
Wood kitchen cabinets and cabinetwork, stock lin e .....................
W o o d ...........................................................................................
Plastic laminated.........................................................................

106.0
(3)
110.7

243

Millwork .....................................................................................................
Primary products................................................................................
Wood window u n its.........................................................................
Double h u n g ................................................................................
Casement..................................................................................... ..........
Horizontal sliding..........................................................................
All other, including single hung and skylights............................ ..........
Wood sash, incl. comb, screen and storm sash, and window screens,
excl. window u nits................................................................................
Wood sash; glazed...................................................................... ..........
Wood window and door frames and door frames shipped in door units ..
Door frames................................................................................. ..........
Wood doors, int. and ext., incl. those shipped with glazed sections and
in door u nits.........................................................................................
Panel type doors, including French doors.................................. ........
Douglas f i r ................................................................................ ........
Western pines..........................................................................
Other species .......................................................................... ........
Flush type doors, hollow co re ..................................................... ........
Softwood faces.........................................................................
Hardwood faces, including lauan, birch, oak, etc.................... ........
Hardboard faces....................................................................... ........
Flush type doors, solid c o re ........................................................ ........
Hardwood faces, including lauan, birch, oak, etc....................
Solid composition core ......................................................... ........
Non-hardwood faces................................................................ ...........
Softwood and other fa ce s....................................................
Other wood doors, incl. garage, screen, storm, combination, and louvre .
Garage doors, w ood.................................................................... ........
Screen doors and combination screen and storm doors, wood ...........
Bi-fold doors, wood ..................................................................... ........
Sliding patio doors, wood ........................................................... ........
Other wood doors, incl. storm, cabinet, toilet, grain, etc............ ........
Wood moldings (standard) except prefinished moldings made from
purchased moldings.............................................................................
Softwood m oldings..... ................................................................ ...........
...........
P in e ..........................
...........
Other softwood species
Hardwood, including lauan ......................................................... ...........
Other millwork products including stairwork and exterior millwork
Stairwork, including treaas, risers, oaiusiers, DracKeis, crooKS,
newels, rails, etc....................................................................
Softwood .................................................................................. ........
Hardwood................................................................................. ........
Exterior wood blinds and shutters, with or without hardware.... ........
Exterior millwork, including porch columns, porch rails, newels,
trellises, and entrances........................................................
Nonstandard wood moldings, carvings, and ornaments suitable for
arch, or furn. decorations.................................................................
Other millwork products, n.e.c., including interior m illwork........ ........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.............................
Miscellaneous receipts...................................................................
R esales........................................................................................ ........
Secondary products....................................................................... ........
Other secondary products..........................................................
Metal doors, sash, and trim .......................................................

106.0
108.2
110.9

2431-P
2431-1
2431-133
2431-137
2431-141
2431-145

Millwork, veneer, plywood, and structural wood members ..................... ..........

2434

2429-P
2429-111
2429-11101
2429-11103

....
....

114.0
142.3
120.0

136.3
108.1
102.1

115.2
107.6

100.2

0

1.2

1.2

0

(3
)

0
0

1.4
-.2
.6

(3
)
0
.0

-.7
(3)
-.7
0

-.5
-.6

- 1.1
0
-.6

(3)
(3)
.3
2.2
-.1

0
0
.6

2431-835

.......

08/83

131.1

134.0

134.0

2.2

0

2431-875
2431-898
2431-SM
2431-M
2431-Z89
2431-S
2431-SSS
3442-S

.......

06/83
06/83

126.2
141.4

122.7
143.7

126.2
143.8

-15.9
4.1

2.9

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

130.9
132.0

131.9
133.2

131.5
132.8

121.0

121.0

125.3
108.2

125.3
108.2

125.3
108.2

.4
.5
1.5
1.5

-.3
-.3

121.0

121.1
121.0

121.4

121.9

121.2
121.1

121.8
122.0

121.3
119.4

122.4
119.4

2434-P
2434-1
2434-111
2434-113

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov. 1990

06/84
06/84
06/84

2429

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

Dec. 1989

2426-229
2426-6
2426-611
2426-SM

Special product sawmills, n.e.c.................................................................
Primary products................................................................................
Red cedar shingles and shakes.................................................
Shingles....................................................................................
Shakes (handsplit and resawn, taper and straight split)........ ..........

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

Dec.
19902

2426-22311
2426-22313
2426-227

......

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

Nov.
19902

48

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

120.4
120.7
118.1

1.8

3.4
3.4
3.9
4.2
2.5

.1

0
0
0

.4
.5
.7
.9
0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Wood kitchen cabinets—Continued
Wood kitchen cabinets and cabinetwork, custom .....................................
W ood........................................................................................................
Plastic laminated......................................................................................
Vanities and other cabinetwork..................................................................
Stock lin e .................................................................................................
Custom.....................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products......................................................................

2434-2
2434-212
2434-214
2434-3
2434-316
2434-318
2434-SM
2434-M
2434-XY9
2434-S
2434-SSS

Hardwood veneer and plywood ...........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Hardwood plywood......................................................................................
Veneer core-technical and type 1, water p roo f......................................
Veneer core-type II, moisture resistant...................................................
Hardwood plywood type products..............................................................
Hardwood veneer panels........................................................................
Hardwood veneer, not reinforced or backed.............................................
O a k ..........................................................................................................
Other hardwoods.....................................................................................

2435

Softwood plywood.................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Specialty softwood plywood .......................................................................
Softwood veneer........................................................................................
Softwood plywood sheathing......................................................................
Western, inland and other non-southern softwood plywood sheathing .
CDX.......................................................................................................
Underlayerment ....................................................................................
Interior...............................................................................................
All other sheathing...............................................................................
Interior...............................................................................................
Southern softwood plywood sheathing...................................................
CDX.......................................................................................................
Sheathing, interior................................................................................
Sanded softwood plywood.........................................................................
Western, inland and other non-southern sanded softwood plywood
A-C, exterior.........................................................................................
Interior...................................................................................................
Southern sanded softwood plywood.......................................................
Interior...................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2436

Structural wood members, n.e.c............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Glued laminated lumber..........................................................................
Roof trusses............................................................................................
Other fabricated structural wood products.............................................
Floor trusses........................................................................................
Other fabricated structural wood products, except floor trusses ......

2439

Wood containers...................................................................................................

244

Nailed wood boxes and shook.............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Nailed or lock-corner wooden boxes.........................................................
Made from lumber for industrial and other u ses....................................
Made from veneer and plywood for fruits, vegetables, and industrial
and other u ses..................................................................................
Wooden box and crate sh oo k....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2441

Wood pallets and skids........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Pallets, wooden, fla t....................................................................................
Skids, wooden ............................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2448

Wood containers, n.e.c..........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Wirebound boxes made from lumber, veneer, and plywood.....................
Made from lum ber...................................................................................
Made from veneer and plywood.............................................................
For fruits and vegetables.....................................................................
Veneer and plywood containers, except boxes and crates ......................

2449

2435-P
2435-1
2435-101
2435-102
2435-3
2435-331
2435-4
2435-419
2435-429

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

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

120.6
120.6

120.2

120.7
118.6
125.7
124.0
127.9

120.4
120.9
118.8
125.7
124.0
127.9

2.8

120.3
125.4
124.0
127.3

12/89
12/89
06/84
06/84

(3)
(3)
124.3
134.3

(3
)
(3)
127.4
(3
)

100.0
100.0

0
0

125.6
(3)

5.6
(3
)

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

114.1
116.3
116.8

113.3
115.6
115.7

113.1
115.4
115.0

1.7

121.1

121.1

121.1

116.6
106.3
119.3
114.8
119.9
107.5

115.3
106.9
119.3
114.6
119.2
107.5

114.5
107.4
120.4
113.4
115.8
107.5

6.2
2.2

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

100.4
96.6
122.5
99.9
93.9
98.8
94.7

92.3
110.7
90.8
84.0
88.7
84.3

92.8
89.5
109.4
94.4
83.8
90.9
86.4

-12.4
-13.2
-11.7
- 12.0
-18.2
-12.5
-13.9

12/80

2.5
3.8
2.8

3.2
2.2

1.8
1.6

(3
)
1.2

3.9

.4
4.0

Nov. 1990

0.2
.2
.2
0
0
0

(3
)
(3)
-1.4
(3)
-.2
-.2
-.6
0

-.7
.5
.9
- 1.0
-2.9
0

.5
1.5

2436-P
2436-3
2436-4
2436-5
2436-511
2436-5111
2436-5112
2436-51126
2436-5113
2436-51132
2436-522
2436-52231
2436-52232
2436-6
2436-611
2436-61121
2436-61122
2436-622
2436-62201
2436-S

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
04/85
12/80

94.6
108.9
85.0
90.7
91.5
80.1
98.4
98.3
94.8
93.2
97.3
115.1
116.5

83.5
102.9
79.3
80.9
81.2
72.4
94.4
94.9
93.2
91.2
87.4
96.5
109.8

84.5
106.1
79.2
78.9
79.5
70.9
98.5
99.4
97.7
95.0
87.8
98.0
107.8

-14.4
-4.7
-14.2
- 22.6
-26.0
-15.3
- 1.6

2439-P
2439-131
2439-151
2439-198
2439-19815
2439-19825

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

115.4
114.9
112.3
114.2
123.9
119.6
132.3

114.4
113.9
108.1
114.0
122.9
119.7
129.1

114.1
113.6
107.9
113.6
123.0
119.7
129.6

-1.4
-1.3
1.9
- 2.0
-1.7
-2.5
0

.4

06/85

114.7

112.5

113.0

.3

.4

2.6

1.3
1.6
.6

2441-P
2441-1
2441-151
2441-165
2441-2
2441-SM
2441-S

2448-P
2448-162
2448-165
2448-SM
2448-S

2449-P
2449-1
2449-111
2449-112
2449-11211
2449-3

12/86

88.2

49

.6

3.6
1.4
- 21.0
-25.9
-7.9

114.6

114.8

111.1

111.2

107.0
109.2

107.4

116.3
113.0
108.0

110.0

110.6

2.7
.7
1.4

06/85
06/85

111.4
114.2

111.4
(3)

113.5
116.8

4.2

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

.6

- 1.2
4.0
-.2

2.5
2.5
1.2

3.1
-.1

-2.5
- 2.1
- 2.1
4.3
4.7
4.8
4.2
.5
1.6

- 1.8
-.3
-.3
-.2

-.4
.1
0

.5
1.9
C)

06/85

107.8

107.8

108.2

3.3

.4

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

114.6
110.9
110.7
110.9

110.6

107.7
106.5
110.9

110.9
108.0
106.9
110.9

-1.3
-1.5
- 2.2
1.3

.3
.3
.4

06/85

134.4

126.0

126.2

-.5

.2

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

117.9
118.8
110.4
112.3
109.5
108.4
129.1

119.2

119.4
120.4

4.1
4.3
3.7
3.9
3.6
4.8

.2
.2

120.1

112.3
112.9
111.9
112.7
129.1
....

See footnotes at end of table.




Dec. 1989

112.6

112.9
112.5
112.7
129.1

10.6

0

.3
0

.5
0
0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Wood containers, n.e.c.—Continued
Containers incl. pails, drums, tubs, fruit and vegetable baskets, and
hampers, etc......................................................................................
Slack and tight cooperage.........................................................................
Tight cooperage(hogsheads, barrels, & kegs for bourbon and other
whiskey) ............................................................................................
N ew .................................. ....................................................................

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

2449-312
2449-5

12/85
12/85

129.1
135.1

129.1
135.7

129.1
135.7

10.6

3.0

0
0

2449-513
2449-51311

12/85
12/85

136.0
136.0

136.7
136.7

136.7
136.7

3.2
3.2

0
0

Wood buildings and mobile homes ......................................................................

245

12/84

116.0

117.2

117.2

3.1

0

Mobile hom es........................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Mobile homes, residential ..........................................................................
Single section..........................................................................................
Width: 14’ and over .............................................................................
Length: 59’ and under.......................................................................
Length: greater than 69’ to 74’ ........................................................
Length: greater than 74’ ...................................................................
Multi-section ............................................................................................
Doublewide...........................................................................................
24’ single story doublewide..............................................................
Length: 49’ and under ...............................................................
Other doublewide..............................................................................

2451
2451-P
2451-1
2451-13
2451-1344
2451-13441
2451-13444
2451-13445
2451-14
2451-141
2451-1411
2451-14111
2451-1412

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
04/87

123.0
122.9
123.3

124.4
124.3
124.8
123.4
133.2

3.0
2.9
2.9

131.8

124.4
124.3
124.8
123.4
133.2

110.8

110.8

110.8

136.9
127.4
127.8
127.9
128.9
137.7
113.4

138.7
128.1
129.7
129.7
130.7
137.7
115.4

138.7
128.1
129.7
129.7
130.7
137.7
115.4

3.7
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.4

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Prefabricated wood buildings and components...................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Components not sold as complete u n its ...................................................
Residential (homes, townhouses, and apartments)...............................
Precut packages sold as complete u nits...................................................
Residential (homes, townhouses, and apartments)...............................
Nonresidential, including motels and hotels ..........................................
Panelized buildings sold as complete u nits...............................................
Residential...............................................................................................
Single family, including townhouses....................................................
Multifamily.............................................................................................
Nonresidential, including motels and hotels ................................ ..........
Modular buildings shipped with floors and walls, and usually ceilings
and ro o fs ..............................................................................................
Residential...............................................................................................

2452
2452-P
2452-1
2452-173
2452-2
2452-221
2452-223
2452-3
2452-334
2452-33433
2452-33435
2452-337

12/84
12/84
12/89
12/89
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

115.0
115.4

115.8
116.2

115.8
116.2

3.5
3.4

101.2
101.2

102.2
102.2

102.1
102.1

113.2
115.5
103.9

113.4
115.9
103.9
120.4

113.4
115.9
103.9
120.4

2.1
2.1
2.6
1.8

121.8

121.2
122.2

121.2
122.2

115.3
104.5

(3)
104.5

115.3
104.5

2452-4
2452-444

12/84
12/84

113.5
113.0

115.3
112.9

115.3
112.9

122.1

120.2

120.9

2.6
2.6
2.0

2.0

3.5

(3)
2.1

2.3
2.3
1.9

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

(3
)

1.8

0

5.5
1.5

0
0

Miscellaneous wood products..............................................................................

249

12/84

115.0

115.0

114.8

0

-.2

Wood preserving...................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Wood poles, piles, and posts owned and treated by same establishment
Not over 15 feet in length.......................................................................
Over 15 feet in length.............................................................................
Other wood products owned and treated by same establishment ..........
Railway crossties and mine tie s .............................................................
Lumber and wood siding, rough and worked.........................................
Other wood treated products..................................................................
Contract wood preserving........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products.............................................................................. .....

2491

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

111.9
112.3
115.1
101.9
117.8

111.5
111.9
119.1

111.4
111.9
119.3

2.4

100.1

100.1

109.9

123.1
107.4
116.8
97.7
113.7
108.3

123.3
107.2
116.8
97.5
113.9
108.3

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

06/85

150.7

148.2

(3)

(3)

(3)

Particleboard.........................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Particleboard, platen-type (mat formed).....................................................
Floor underlayment..................................................................................
Mobile home decking..............................................................................
Shelving....................................................................................................
Other industrial board..............................................................................
3/4-inch th ick........................................................................................
5/8-inch th ick........................................................................................
All other thicknesses...........................................................................
Other platen-type, including stepping, siding, etc....................................

2492
2492-P
2492-1
2492-103
2492-105
2492-107
2492-112
2492-11211
2492-11213
2492-11217
2492-119

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

111.2
111.2
111.2

108.7
108.7
108.7
101.7

106.7
106.7
106.6
96.6

-18.8
-18.8
-19.3
-45.4
- 1.1
-14.6
-7.7
-4.1
-19.4
- 6.6
(3
)

- 1.8
- 1.8
-1.9
-5.0

Wood products, n.e.c.............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Mirror and picture frames...........................................................................
Frames.....................................................................................................
Wood frames .......................................................................................
Finished moldings for mirrors and pictures............................................
Wood molding.......................................................................................
Framed pictures......................................................................................
Fabricated hardboard products from hardboard made at the
establishment.......................................................................................
Prefinished paneling, except laminated and tiled wallboard..................
Prefinished exterior siding....................................................................
Dimension and parts, including cut to size and molded products........

2499

2491-P
2491-2
2491-211
2491-213
2491-3
2491-311
2491-313
2491-319
2491-911
2491-SM
2491-S

111.3

7.5
-1.4
9.1
-.7
3.3
- 2.2
- 2.8
3.0

122.0

122.0

122.0

108.2
108.9
105.7
108.8

106.8
107.2
104.6
104.2

117.3

108.4
108.6
105.6
106.5
112.9
(3)

2499-P
2499-1
2499-111
2499-11111
2499-121
2499-12131
2499-131

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

117.8
116.1
133.1
124.4
127.4
146.1
151.8
145.6

118.3
116.4
133.2
123.9
128.0
148.0
155.7
145.6

118.4
116.5
133.2
123.9
128.0
148.0
155.7
(3)

2.3
1.7
2.3
2.7
4.7
3.2
6.4
(3
)

2499-6
2499-611
2499-61111
2499-623

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

97.3
96.6
97.6

96.7
96.4
97.3
100.5

96.9
96.7
97.6
101.3

0

.2

.4
-1.7

.3
.3

1.1

.8

See footnotes at end of table.




111.2

116.2
103.6
117.0

2.8

50

112.8

101.0

111.6

(3)

0

-1.5
-1.3
-.9
- 2.2
- 1.2
(3
)
.1
.1
0
0
0
0
0

(3)

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Wood products, n.e.c.—Continued
Panel stock; panels and siding not face finished...................................
Medium density fiberboard.........................................................................
Uncoated panel........................................................................................
Uncoated standard size panel.............................................................
Miscellaneous wood products, n.e.c...........................................................
Household type utensils of wood and wood parts thereof, n.e.c...........
Handtool handles.....................................................................................
Striking tool handles (axe, pick, etc.) ..................................................
Lifting and pulling tool handles (rake, spade, etc.) ............................
Broom, mop, and paint brush handles ...................................................
Dowels and dowel p in s...........................................................................
Wooden tools, tool bodies, and backs for brooms, mops, and brushes
Wooden reels for wire and ca ble ...........................................................
Misc. wooden goods, including wood turnings, except handles and
spools................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales ....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

98.6
93.4
92.5
91.8
120.3
124.6
106.2

96,7
93.4
92.4
92.0
121.3
125.3
106.6

96.6
92.6
91.3
90.2
121.4
125.5
106.6

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

-1.3
.7
- 1.0

- 0.1
-.9
- 1.2
- 2.0

2499-643
2499-7
2499-711
2499-71103
2499-9
2499-915
2499-951
2499-95151
2499-95153
2499-957
2499-962
2499-966
2499-985

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

102.6

102.6

102.6

.8
0

115.4
120.9
123.0
145.7
116.9

116.8
138.2
124.0
(3
)
116.9

116.8
139.7
124.0
145.7
116.9

2.4
16.0
2.3
2.5
.7

2499-998
2499-SM
2499-M
2499-Z89
2499-S
2499-SSS

06/84

122.2

122.5

122.5

3.5

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

156.4
156.4
119.4

(3)
(3)
125.7
124.7

156.4
156.4
125.5
124.5

8.9
8.9
7.8
7.7

120.8

-.6

2.3
3.0

.1
.2
0
0
0
1.1
0

(3
)
0
0

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

Furniture and fixtures............................................................................................

25

12/84

119.4

120.2

120.3

2.6

.1

Household furniture ..............................................................................................

251

12/84

117.5

118.3

118.4

2.3

.1

Wood household furniture, except upholstered...................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Wood living room, library, family room and den furniture ........................
Cabinets, except sewing machine cabinets...........................................
Chairs, except dining room (including rockers) ......................................
Tables, except card and telephone tables.............................................
Desks ........................................................................................................
Credenzas, bookcases, and bookshelves..............................................
Other nonupholstered living room furniture............................................
Wood dining room and kitchen furniture, except cabinets........................
Tables, dining room, 30 x 40 inches and greater..................................
Chairs, dining room..................................................................................
Buffets and servers, dining room ...........................................................
China and corner cabinets, dining room ................................................
Other dining room and kitchen furniture.................................................
Wood bedroom furniture ............................................................................
Beds, headboards and footboards.........................................................
Beds, except bunk beds ......................................................................
Headboards and headboard sets ........................................................
Bunk b e d s............................................................................................
Dressers, vanities and dressing tables...................................................
Wardrobes and wardrobe-type cabinets.................................................
Chests of drawers....................................................................................
Night tables and stands..........................................................................
Other nonupholstered bedroom furniture...............................................
Infants’ and children’s wood furniture .......................................................
Cribs, including springs sold as part of the c rib .....................................
Miscellaneous infants’ and children’s furniture.......................................
Unpainted, unassembled, knock-down, and outdoor furniture..................
Unassembled, knock-down, and outdoor furniture.................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales ....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................
Upholstered wood household furniture...................................................

2511

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
02/80
12/79
12/79
06/87

159.4
159.9
161.5
156.7
171.9
162.0
161.2
161.5
151.0
172.7
168.9
181.0
177.5
158.2
147.7
155.9
156.5
156.8
156.7
154.0
158.1
151.6
155.3
164.5
151.0
140.5
148.6
132.1
135.4
(3
)

160.7
161.4
164.4
168.5
175.1
164.9
161.2
161.5
151.4
174.4
169.7
182.4
182.2
160.0
148.8
156.3
156.3
156.8
156.3
154.0
158.5
151.6
155.7
166.8
151.0
142.6
(3
)
134.2
135.9
101.4

160.8
161.4
164.4
168.5
175.1
164.9
161.2
(3)
151.2
174.4
169.9
182.4
182.2
160.0
148.8
156.3
156.3
156.8
156.3
154.0
158.6
151.5
155.7
166.7
151.0
143.5
150.8
136.0
135.9
101.4

2.8

.1
0
0
.0
0
0
0

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

137.8
137.8
166.8
158.5
180.5

138.4
138.4
165.6
161.4
(3)

Upholstered wood household furniture................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Upholstered wood household furniture .............................................. ......
Sofas, davenports, settees, and loveseats............................................
Chiefly cotton.......................................................................................
Chiefly rayon........................................................................................
Chiefly olefin ........................................................................................
Chiefly nylon ........................................................................................
Chiefly polyester...................................................................................
Other fibers and blends, including coated fabric and v in y l................
Chairs, except reclining and rockers.......................................................
Chiefly cotton.......................................................................................
Chiefly rayon........................................................................................
Chiefly olefin ........................................................................................
Other fibers and blends, including coated fabric and vinyl ................
Sectional sofa pieces..............................................................................
Rockers, including swivel........................................................................

2512

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82

121.6

122.3
123.3
123.3
124.0
128.6
136.4

2511-P
2511-2
2511-219
2511-231
2511-241
2511-251
2511-271
2511-298
2511-3
2511-311
2511-331
2511-351
2511-371
2511-398
2511-5
2511-5A
2511-511
2511-513
2511-515
2511-521
2511-533
2511-535
2511-561
2511-598
2511-6
2511-611
2511-698
2511-7
2511-751
2511-SM
2511-M
2511-Z89
2511-S
2511-SSS
2512-S

2512-P
2512-1
2512-112
2512-11232
2512-11233
2512-11234
2512-11235
2512-11236
2512-11237
2512-132
2512-13242
2512-13243
2512-13244
2512-13245
2512-141
2512-145

See footnotes at end of table.




51

122.5
122.5
123.6
127.3
135.9
123.4
116.2
115.0
119.5
120.2

122.6

116.3
117.9
119.7
121.1
121.2

2.9
3.9
(3)
6.8

3.5
6.1

(3)
1.5
3.1
3.9
2.8

5.0
2.4
1.7
2.3
2.6

3.3
2.6

.5
2.7
1.4
2.6

3.6
-.3
5.5
6.1

4.9
.4

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

(3
)
1.3

.8

0
0

138.4
138.4
166.4
162.6
(3)

-1.3
-1.4
2.3
5.4
(3)

.5
.7
(3
)

122.6

1.7
1.7
1.7
1.4
2.7
.7
.3

123.7
123.7
124.2
128.6
136.6
122.9
116.5
117.8
119.8
121.2

119.7
124.9

127.2

121.5
127.2

112.2

112.0

112.0

125.9
111.3
99.5

126.1
110.5
106.3

126.3

.6

2.9
1.5
.3
2.0

2.7
-3.3

112.0

.2
2.8

106.0

6.7

0
0

.2

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

1.4
-.3

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry

Product

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Upholstered wood household furniture—Continued
Reclining chairs.......................................... ..... .......................................
Other upholstered wood household furniture ( ottomans, hassocks,
e tc ) ...................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

2512-154

06/82

124.1

124.4

125.4

1.7

0.8

2512-198
2512-SM
2512-S

06/82

137.5

138.6

139.1

4.7

.4

06/82

110.8

110.4

110.4

.8

0

2514-P
2514-1
2514-111
2514-115
2514-117
2514-198
2514-2
2514-251
2514-3
2514-31
2514-312
2514-314
2514-398
2514-4
2514-433
2514-437
2514-455
2514-489
2514-48922
2514-48933

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
07/84
07/84
07/84

115.2
114.6
129.3
125.2
131.2
125.2
158.6
95.0
103.4
112.6
114.6
113.4
120.1
121.8
107.6
124.9
110.6
117.8
103.0
106.7
116.5

115.8
115.4
128.3
126.5
135.9
129.0
136.7
99.7
108.5
115.2
118.6
117.2
125.2
123.8
108.0
(3)
(3
)
(3)
105.0
111.7
115.7

115.7
115.4
128.2
126.5
134.7
128.8
136.7
99.7
108.5
115.2
118.6
117.2
125.2
123.7
108.1
124.9
(3
)
(3)
105.0
111.1
115.7

2.9
2.5
1.7
(3)
4.7
(3
)
(3
)
4.9
4.9
2.3
3.5
3.3
(3)
2.1
3.1
(3)
(3
)
(3)
-4.4
(3)
-5.6

-.1
0
-.1
0
-.9
-.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.1
.1
(3)
(3)
(3)
0
-.5
0

08/84
06/84

96.5
99.0

99.2
(3
)

99.2
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)

06/84

115.0

112.8

112.9

1.4

.1

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

121.1
121.9
122.8
117.4
133.5
120.6
140.6
124.3
117.6
102.5
101.3
106.5
101.1
121.4

121.9
122.8
123.1
117.9
133.9
120.8
141.7
127.6
117.8
102.7
101.8
107.1
103.3
124.0

121.8
122.6
122.8
117.9
133.9
119.8
141.7
127.6
117.9
102.8
101.8
107.1
103.3
124.0

1.4
1.5
1.2
.9
2.0
.5
.7
2.5
1.1
.9
1.8
5.9
3.2
3.8

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

06/83
06/89
06/89

106.2
100.9
100.0

(3
)
100.9
100.0

107.9
100.9
100.0

-3.9
0
0

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

98.7
98.5
117.4
103.2
120.3
113.2

98.7
98.5
117.1
103.2
(3)
112.4

98.7
98.5
117.1
103.2
(3)
112.4

-1.5
-1.8
.7
3.2
<
3)
1.5

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

104.8
104.1
0
(3)
110.5

104.8
104.1
(3
)
(3
)
(3
)

104.8
104.1
109.9
(3)
110.5

1.6
1.3
(3
)
<)
3
4.1

(3
)
(3)
(3)

12/85 - 104.8
12/85
104.4
12/85
106.5

104.8
104.4
106.5

105.0
104.6
(3)

4.5
4.4
(3)

.2
.2
(3)

Metal household furniture.....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Metal household dining, dinette and breakfast furniture...........................
Tubular metal sets (tables and chairs) ...................................................
Tubular metal tables (not sold with a set) .............................................
Tubular metal chairs (not sold in a set) .................................................
Other metal dining, dinette, and breakfast furniture ..............................
Metal kitchen furniture................................................................................
Stools, padded and plain.........................................................................
Metal porch, lawn, outdoor and casual furniture .......................................
Tubular aluminum ....................................................................................
Chairs, rockers, benches, chaise lounges and settees......................
Other porch, lawn, outdoor and casual furniture................................
Other porch, lawn, outdoor, and casual furniture, inc. picnic ta b le s.....
Other metal household furniture ................................................................
Folding cots, rollable cots, army cots, and other metal b e d s...............
Metal bed frames.....................................................................................
Upholstered metal household furniture...................................................
Infants’ and children’s metal furniture ....................................................
Infants’ high chairs...............................................................................
Infants’ car seats..................................................................................
Other infants’ and children’s metal furniture (chairs, tables,
playpens, etc.) ...............................................................................
Other metal household furniture.............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2514

Mattresses and bedsprings ..................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Innerspring mattresses other than crib size ..............................................
Twin size innerspring mattresses...........................................................
Queen size innerspring mattresses.........................................................
Other size innerspring mattresses, except crib s iz e ..............................
Other mattresses, including crib mattresses and mattress inserts ..........
Foam core mattresses, other than crib s iz e ..........................................
Foundations.................................................................................................
Spring foundations...................................................................................
Foam foundations....................................................................................
Other foundations, including platform .....................................................
Dual purpose sleep furniture.......................................................................
Convertible so fa s.....................................................................................
All other dual purpose sleep furniture, including jackknife sofa beds
& chair b e d s......................................................................................
Conventional water beds............................................................................
Soft sided water b e d s.............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales ....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Wood household furniture .......................................................................
Upholstered wood household furniture...................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

2515

Wood TV and radio cabinets................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Other audio cabinets, incl. radio, phono and h i-fi..................................
TV cabinets & combinations, TV, hi-fi and radio....................................
Sewing machine cabinets........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

2517

Household furniture, n.e.c......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Other plastics and fibrous glass furn., exc. cabinets.............................

2519

Office furniture.......................................................................................................

252

12/84

123.7

125.1

125.3

4.2

.2

Wood office furniture............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Seating........................................................................................................
Secretarial ch airs.....................................................................................
General office and desk chairs (including executive office chairs) .......
Side and arm ch airs................................................................................
Lounge seating........................................................................................

2521

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

114.9
114.9
117.4
123.2
121.0
115.7
97.4

116.3
116.5
120.4
124.5
125.5
117.8
99.7

116.4
116.6
120.4
124.3
125.8
117.7
99.2

3.6
3.9
5.1
4.5
6.7
3.3
5.4

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

2514-48944
2514-498
2514-SM
2514-S

2515-P
2515-1
2515-112
2515-113
2515-114
2515-2
2515-215
2515-3
2515-315
2515-317
2515-319
2515-5
2515-512
2515-516
2515-8
2515-811
2515-SM
2515-M
2515-Z89
2515-S
2511-S
2512-S
2515-SSS

2517-P
2517-114
2517-115
2517-121
2517-SM

2519-P
2519-141

2521-P
2521-1
2521-111
2521-113
2521-114
2521-121

See footnotes at end of table.




52

0

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

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

Index
Industry and product’

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Wood office furniture—Continued
Desks and extensions .......................................... .....................................
Desks .......................................................................................................
Desk extensions......................................................................................
Storage units, files and tables....................................................................
Storage units ...........................................................................................
Credenzas ............................................................................................
Bookcases and other storage u nits.....................................................
F ile s.........................................................................................................
Horizontal/lateral, letter and legal........................................................
Tables......................................................................................................
Work/conference .................................................................................
Equipment supporting..........................................................................
Panel and modular systems furniture........................................................
Panel systems.........................................................................................
Panel supported systems.....................................................................
Panels, ceiling height and less than ceiling height.........................
Work surfaces............................................................................ ......
Panel attached...........................................................................
Modular systems.....................................................................................
Filing, storage and shelving components ...........................................
Other wood office furniture........................................................................
Other wood office furniture.....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2521-2
2521-221
2521-236
2521-4
2521-411
2521-41141
2521-41143
2521-422
2521-42247
2521-433
2521-43355
2521-43357
2521-5
2521-51
2521-512
2521-5123
2521-5124
2521-51247
2521-52
2521-528
2521-6
2521-611
2521-SM
2521-M
2521-Z89
2521-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

118.8
119.0
106.7
121.5
118.7
116.8
122.4
127.1
123.4
124.6
123.4
100.9
102.6
102.9
102.9
99.7
115.3
100.4
100.0
100.0

119.0
119.3
106.7
122.2
119.1
117.4
122.4
125.1
123.4
126.5
126.8
<
3)
105.6
106.6
106.6
106.7
115.3
100.4
100.0
100.0

119.5
119.8
106.7
122.2
119.1
117.4
122.4
125.1
123.4
126.4
126.7
(3
)
104.9
105.7
105.7
99.9
119.6
104.1
100.0
100.0

3.9
4.4
(3)
4.3
3.2
4.4
.9
(3
)
(3)
6.1
6.4
(3
)
3.0
4.1
4.1
2.7
(3)
(3)
(3
)
(3)

0.4
.4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.1
-.1
(3
)
-.7
-.8
-.8
-6.4
3.7
3.7
0
0

06/85

134.4

134.4

136.4

3.0

1.5

06/85
06/85
06/85

132.3
132.3
110.9

(3)
(3)
110.3

132.3
132.3
111.8

-.5
-.5
1.3

(3)
(3
)
1.4

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/87
12/87
12/87
12/79
12/79
12/87
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/87
12/79
12/79
12/87
12/79
12/87
12/79

169.7
171.6
164.0
111.9
112.9
112.7
153.6
171.4
113.8
170.4
160.9
170.0
109.7
176.3
152.8
121.4
146.3
122.7
181.1

171.7
174.0
170.0
116.4
112.9
119.3
166.7
166.4
110.5
171.1
161.2
170.6
110.6
179.1
154.2
123.5
160.2
124.3
182.9

172.0
174.4
170.0
116.4
112.9
119.3
166.7
166.4
110.5
169.7
158.1
170.6
110.5
180.7
154.2
125.0
160.2
125.9
182.9

4.5
4.8
5.5
5.5
1.9
6.3
8.9
13.7
13.7
1.3
.6
.9
3.5
4.9
6.1
5.1
7.5
5.1
2.9

.2
.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.8
-1.9
0
-.1
.9
0
1.2
0
1.3
0

12/79
12/79
12/79

156.5
154.2
155.0

158.5
156.2
153.2

158.5
156.2
153.3

1.3
1.3
1.9

0
0
.1

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/90
06/90

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

Nonwood office furniture.......................................................................................
Primary products................................................................................ ............
Office seating..............................................................................................
Chairs ......................................................................................................
Side and arm chairs.............................................................................
General office and desk chairs, except secretarial............................
Other chairs .........................................................................................
Desks and extensions ........................................................... ....................
Desks .......................................................................................................
Filing cabinets and cases...........................................................................
Vertical files, letter and legal....................................................................
Horizontal or lateral files, letter and legal................................................
Other files, including motorized, visible, and insulated..........................
Other nonwood office furniture...................................................................
Tables and stands...................................................................................
Systems furniture....................................................................................
Modular systems furniture....................................................................
Panel systems furniture.......................................................................
Miscellaneous nonwood office furniture, including bookcases..............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
R esales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2522

Public building and related furniture.....................................................................

253

12/84

118.4

118.2

118.8

1.2

.5

Public building and related furniture....................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
School furniture, except stone, concrete, and library furniture.................
Single pupil units.....................................................................................
Chairs, all purpose (nonfolding)..............................................................
Other school furniture designed specifically for use in schools............
Public building and related furniture, except school and restaurant........
Seats for public conveyances.................................................................
Church furniture ......................................................................................
Church pew s........................................................................................
Chairs and seats, excluding seats for public conveyances and
stadiums............................................................................................
Fixed .....................................................................................................
Other public building furniture.................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2531

12/84
12/84
12/84
06/87
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

118.4
117.6
115.0
108.9
118.2
120.0
119.0
111.3
122.5
123.4

118.2
117.3
114.9
110.3
117.2
119.4
118.6
111.6
122.9
123.8

118.8
118.0
118.0
114.2
123.8
121.5
118.6
111.5
122.7
123.6

1.2
1.2
5.9
(3
)
3.6
6.5
-.2
1.4
5.2
6.0

.5
.6
2.7
3.5
5.6
1.8
0
-.1
-.2
-.2

12/84
12/84
12/84

126.3
(3
)
114.4

126.3
(3)
114.4

126.3
120.6
114.4

.2
(3
)
.5

(3)

12/84

113.6

114.1

114.1

1.1

0

Partitions, shelving, lockers, and office and store fixtures..................................

254

12/84

121.3

121.8

122.0

2.3

.2

Wood partitions and fixtures.................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Wood partitions, shelving, and lockers .....................................................
Partitions (prefabricated, assembled, or knocked down) ......................
Shelving and lockers...............................................................................
Plastic laminated fixture to p s.....................................................................
Wood fixtures for stores, banks, offices, etc..............................................

2541

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
03/84
12/83
12/83

128.3
127.8
115.0
115.8
113.7
127.4
129.3

128.7
128.2
115.0
117.0
(3)
128.3
129.6

129.0
128.5
114.8
116.7
112.3
129.2
129.9

2.2
2.2
1.9
2.9
.8
2.9
2.1

.2
.2
-.2
-.3
(3)
.7
.2

2522-P
2522-1
2522-11
2522-112
2522-114
2522-115
2522-2
2522-224
2522-3
2522-311
2522-321
2522-328
2522-4
2522-411
2522-42
2522-421
2522-422
2522-498
2522-SM
2522-M
2522-Z89
2522-S

2531-P
2531-1
2531-131
2531-136
2531-198
2531-2
2531-211
2531-23
2531-231
2531-25
2531-251
2531-298
2531-SM
2531-S

2541-P
2541-1
2541-111
2541-141
2541-2
2541-3

See footnotes at end of table.




53

0
0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Dec.
19902

12/83
08/84
06/88
12/83
12/83
06/88
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

118.2
112.6
105.3
107.9
147.6
111.7
116.5
124.7
120.0
124.0
114.5

118.2
112.6
(3
)
107.9
148.5
111.7
117.0
127.0
124.0
124.0
114.7

118.6
112.9
106.2
108.0
148.5
111.7
116.9
127.3
124.6
124.0
115.3

1.4
1.3
.9
2.0
1.4
3.1
2.9
5.1
9.5
0
3.6

0.3
.3
(3)
.1
0
0
-.1
.2
.5
0
.5

01/84
06/88
12/83

130.9
112.5
133.0

<
3)
(3)
133.7

(3
)
(3)
133.6

(3)
(3)
3.6

(3)
(3)
-.1

2542-P
2542-1
2542-117
2542-119
2542-2
2542-23
2542-233

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
06/88
12/83
12/83
12/83

123.9
123.8
125.2
132.0
112.1
123.9
123.3
116.2

124.6
124.6
128.5
140.4
113.5
125.0
124.4
117.6

124.6
124.5
128.5
140.4
113.5
125.0
124.4
117.6

2.3
2.2
3.5
6.8
2.8
1.9
1.6
2.0

0
-.1
0
0
.0
0
0
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

12/83
12/83
12/83
02/84
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

120.3
126.5
123.7
118.8
122.2
126.1
123.3
123.4
118.8
127.7
125.0
129.3
125.0

120.3
127.3
124.0
(3)
(3)
126.5
123.4
123.5
118.8
127.8
125.0
129.3
125.0

120.3
127.3
124.0
(3)
122.2
126.5
123.3
123.4
118.8
127.8
(3)
129.1
125.0

.8
2.7
2.7
(3)
4.4
2.6
1.8
1.8
2.0
1.8
(3
)
1.2
0

0
0
0

2542-498
2542-SM
2542-M
2542-S

12/83

113.0

113.0

113.0

4.0

0

06/88
12/83

94.1
129.2

94.1
129.7

94.1
129.6

3.5
2.0

0
-.1

2591-P
2591-3
2591-3A
2591-311
2591-313
2591-4
2591-4A
2591-452
2591-459

Wood partitions and fixtures—Continued
Retail store fixtures, except food store: custom.....................................
Walls and wall fixtures.........................................................................
Center floor tables and gondolas ............. ..........................................
Other fixtures and displays..................................................................
Retail store fixtures, except food store: manufacturers’ standard........
Retail food store fixtures .........................................................................
Cabinets (floor or wall types)..................................................................
Counters and bank fixtures.....................................................................
Counters, except bank counters.........................................................
Bank fixtures, including bank counters ...............................................
Other wood fixtures, including window backs, telephone booths, etc. ..
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales.................................................................... ................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

Nov.
19902

2541-33A
2541-332
2541-333
2541-334
2541-337
2541-338
2541-341
2541-36
2541-361
2541-362
2541-398
2541-SM
2541-M
2541-Z89
2541-S

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

Metal partitions and fixtures.................................................................................
Primary products.............................................................................................
Metal partitions (prefabricated, assembled, or knocked dow n)................
Movable, except free standing................................................................
Other partitions, including free standing.................................................
Metal shelving and lockers.........................................................................
Metal shelving..........................................................................................
Commercial shelving for factories, stores, etc.....................................
Other shelving, including office shelving for correspondence,
computer tapes, etc........................................................................
Lockers.............................................................. ......................................
Metal storage racks and accessories.........................................................
Drive-in/drive-thru and gravity conveyor pallet storage racks...............
Portable stacking racks and frames........................................................
Stacker racks and other metal racks......................................................
Metal fixtures for stores, banks, offices, etc...............................................
Retail store fixtures, except food store ..................................................
Custom fixtures.....................................................................................
Manufacturers’ standard fixtures..........................................................
Retail food store fixtures .........................................................................
Cabinets (floor or wall type)....................................................................
Counters, except bank counters.............................................................
Other metal fixtures, including bank fixtures, bank counters,
clothing racks, etc..............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2542

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures.....................................................................

259

12/84

121.2

121.3

121.6

2.7

.2

Drapery hardware and blinds and shades...........................................................
Primary products................................................................. ...........................
Window shades and accessories...............................................................
Window shades........................................................................................
Plastic window shades .........................................................................
Other window shades including cloth and paper................................
Venetian b lin d s...........................................................................................
Complete Venetian blinds, vertical and horizontal..................................
Aluminum slat blinds............................................................................
All other Venetian blinds including wood and plastic.........................
Other shades and blinds n.e.c., curtain and drapery rods, poles and
other hardware .....................................................................................
Other shades and blinds, except canvas and other textile fabrics .......
Curtain and drapery rods, poles, and fixtures fabricated at plant.........
Carbon steel and all other materials...................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2591

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

123.3
120.6
111.8
111.8
111.7
111.8
106.5
112.4
110.2
130.7

123.2
120.5
111.4
111.4
111.7
111.0
106.5
112.4
110.1
130.9

123.8
121.1
111.4
111.4
111.7
111.1
106.5
112.4
110.1
130.9

3.3
3.7
3.1
3.1
4.6
1.4
4.0
2.7
1.7
10.9

.5
.5
0
0
0
.1
0
0
0
0

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

127.9
138.6
124.5
131.5

127.8
138.6
124.3
131.3

128.9
138.6
125.8
133.5

3.9
1.7
4.7
6.9

.9
0
1.2
1.7

Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Hospital b e d s..............................................................................................
Hospital beds ..........................................................................................
Restaurant, cafeteria and bar furniture ......................................................
Wood chairs and sto o ls..........................................................................
Metal chairs and stools...........................................................................
Booths, bars and back b ars....................................................................
Other restaurant, cafeteria and bar furniture.........................................
Other furniture and fixtures, n.e.c................................................................
Ship furniture...........................................................................................
Industrial furniture, including benches, stools, sorting tables and
cabinets.............................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2599

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

2591-5
2591-511
2591-517
2591-51711
2591-SM
2591-S

06/84

119.2

122.9

122.9

4.2

0

2599-P
2599-1
2599-101
2599-2
2599-241
2599-245
2599-247
2599-248
2599-3
2599-351

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

120.5
121.2
112.8
112.8
121.5
126.3
114.4
113.2
123.6
123.3
112.7

120.8
121.6
(3)
(3)
121.8
126.6
114.8
114.1
123.7
124.1
112.7

120.9
121.7
112.8
112.8
121.8
126.5
114.8
114.1
123.7
124.6
116.6

2.3
2.4
-2.5
-2.5
2.5
5.8
6.0
1.1
2.0
4.0
5.7

.1
.1
(3)
(3)
0
-.1
0
0
0
.4
3.5

12/85

117.8

117.8

117.8

5.4

0

12/85
12/85

120.7
115.8

120.7
115.8

120.7
115.8

0
2.4

0
0

2599-353
2599-SM
2599-M
2599-S

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
(3)

54

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

Paper and allied products.....................................................................................

26

12/84

121.8

122.6

122.6

0.8

0

Pulp m ills...............................................................................................................

261

12/82

153.0

148.5

147.1

-9.0

-.9

Pulp m ills...............................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Special alpha and dissolving woodpulp....................................................
Other pulp, including pulpmill byproducts, except tall o il..........................
Woodpulp.................................................................................................
Sulfate woodpulp, including soda .......................................................
Sulfate, bleached and semibleached (including so da )....................
Sulfate, softwood.......................................................................
Exports.......................................................................................
Intracompany shipments...............................................................
Domestic (market shipments only) ...............................................

2611

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

153.0
160.6
140.3
173.9
173.7

148.5
154.7
140.1
166.0
164.8

147.1
153.5
138.0
164.9
163.6

-9.0
-10.7
-3.1
-12.5
-15.1

-.9
-.8
-1.5
-.7
-.7

06/88
12/82
06/88
06/88
06/88

105.4
187.5
119.1
105.8
108.8

100.0
184.7
115.9
102.0
111.1

99.4
184.2
115.4
101.5
111.1

-14.8
-7.4
-6.3
-13.9
-3.0

-.6
-.3
-.4
-.5
.0

12/82
06/88
06/88
06/88

160.2
96.4
91.6
124.7

144.9
90.7
81.6
(3)

143.5
88.2
77.8
(3)

-23.0
-21.2
-30.8
(3)

-1.0
-2.8
-4.7
(3)

2611-P
2611-1
2611-2
2611-21
2611-213
2611-2134
2611-21341
2611-2134E
2611-21341
26112134M
2611-21342
2611-217
2611-21716
2611-25

Sulfate, hardwood.........................................................................
Sulfite and other woodpulp..................................................................
Sulfite, bleached and unbleached....................................................
Pulp, other than wood, and miscellaneous pulp mill byproducts..........
Paper mill products except building p ap e r..........................................................

262

06/81

134.4

135.5

134.6

.9

-.7

Paper mill products except building paper..........................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Tissue paper and sanitary paper sto ck......................................................
Sanitary papers, including stock, made in papermills............................
Toilet tissue and stock ........................................................................
Facial tissue and stock........................................................................
Napkins and napkin stock....................................................................
Towels and towel stock .......................................................................
Other sanitary papers, including sto ck................................................
Tissue paper............................................................................................
Newsprint.....................................................................................................
Newsprint.................................................................................................
Printing and writing grades.........................................................................
Groundwood paper, uncoated.................................................................
Publication and printing........................................................................
Clay coated printing and converting p aper............................................
Coated 1-side .......................................................................................
Coated 2-sides......................................................................................
No. 3 coated 2-sides........................................................................
No. 5 coated 2-sides........................................................................
Coated 2-sides except No. 3 and No. 5 .........................................
No. 4 coated 2-sides.....................................................................
All other clay coated 2-sides, including No.1 and No. 2 .............
Book paper, uncoated free sheet...........................................................
Chemical woodpulp writing paper, except body stock.......................
Unwatermarked b on d .......................................................................
Unwatermarked bond, No. 4 grade ..............................................
Unwatermarked bond, except No. 4 .............................................
Watermarked bon d ...........................................................................
Form bond, in rolls ...........................................................................
12 lb. form bond in ro lls................................................................
15 lb. form bond in ro lls................................................................
20 lb. form bond in ro lls................................................................
Form bond in rolls, except 12, 15 and 20 lb. grades ..................
Other writing papers, including manifold and carbonless base
stock & body stock for commun ...............................................
Publication and printing grade free sheet...........................................
Plain (including M.F., E.F., supercalendered, eggshell and
antique grades)..........................................................................
O ffset.................................................................................................
Cover and text papers.........................................................................
Other converting and miscellaneous free sheet, including body
stock for coating ...........................................................................
Envelope...........................................................................................
White wove envelopes....................................................... :.........
Kraft envelope paper (including unbleached, semi-bleached and
bleached kraft) .......................................................................
All other uncoated free sheet, n.e.c., including body stock for
coating .......................................................................................
Packaging and industrial grade papers.....................................................
Unbleached kraft packaging and industrial converting paper................
Wrapping ..............................................................................................
Shipping sack ......................................................................................
Bag and sack, other than shipping sack ............................................
Other unbleached kraft packaging and industrial converting paper....
Packaging and industrial converting paper, except unbleached kraft. ...
Wrapping ..............................................................................................

2621
2621-P
2621-A
2621-A4
2621-A41
2621-A42
2621-A43
2621-A44
2621-A49
2621-A8
2621-B
2621-1
2621-C
2621-2
2621-211
2621-3
2621-34
2621-36
2621-363
2621-365
2621-366
2621-36604
2621-36606
2621-4
2621-421
2621-4211
2621-42111
2621-42112
2621-4212
2621-4215
2621-42151
2621-42155
2621-42156
2621-42159

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
11/87
08/81
06/81
08/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
12/87
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
12/87
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81

134.4
135.0
140.6
139.3
120.8
128.4
122.3
143.6
107.0
165.5
127.4
127.4
113.1
124.4
123.1
138.0
155.4
136.3
138.0
128.7
137.6
110.5
108.0
129.2
127.2
115.6
128.3
112.8
142.1
113.9
113.9
119.5
110.8
127.3

135.5
136.0
140.6
139.3
120.6
128.4
121.3
144.6
106.9
165.5
127.5
127.5
114.3
125.0
123.9
138.1
156.4
136.3
138.0
128.7
137.7
110.5
108.2
131.9
130.8
119.3
131.6
117.4
142.1
119.2
(3
)
121.8
116.6
135.1

134.6
135.3
139.3
137.9
118.5
128.0
120.2
144.0
106.9
165.5
127.8
127.8
113.8
124.6
123.5
136.4
156.4
134.5
138.0
125.5
137.2
109.8
108.1
131.8
130.5
119.3
131.6
117.4
142.1
118.4
117.8
121.0
116.6
133.5

.9
1.4
.9
1.0
.9
4.5
1.4
.4
-.1
-.8
3.6
3.6
1.4
0
.1
-1.4
4.1
-1.8
.1
-3.5
-.3
-.5
-.1
3.7
5.1
5.5
7.7
2.5
.1
6.6
3.6
5.9
8.3
6.7

-.7
-.5
-.9
-1.0
-1.7
-.3
-.9
-.4
0
0
.2
.2
-.4
-.3
-.3
-1.2
0
-1.3
0
-2.5
-.4
-.6
-.1
-.1
-.2
0
0
0
0
-.7
(3
)
-.7
0
-1.2

2621-4217
2621-441

06/81
06/81

135.8
126.4

136.6
127.1

136.6
127.0

3.3
.9

0
-.1

2621-44111
2621-44122
2621-465

12/87
06/81
06/81

117.3
126.3
148.0

117.8
127.4
148.0

117.7
128.1
148.0

1.8
1.9
.6

-.1
.5
0

2621-481
2621-4811
2621-48111

12/87
12/87
12/87

118.2
118.2
118.1

122.0
122.3
122.5

122.4
122.7
123.1

4.9
5.1
5.8

.3
.3
.5

2621-48112

12/87

118.2

121.5

121.5

2.8

0

2621-4812
2621-D
2621-7
2621-711
2621-731
2621-751
2621-761
2621-8
2621-811

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

129.7
115.6
141.8
174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
136.0
139.1

129.7
116.7
144.8
174.9
(3
)
136.8
143.1
136.6
135.4

129.7
116.7
144.8
174.9
(3)
136.8
143.1
136.4
136.4

2.9
1.1
2.1
0
(3
)
0
0
.5
2.0

0
0
0
0

See footnotes at end of table.




55

(3)
0
0
-.1
.7

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Paper mill products except building paper—Continued
Bag and sack, other than shipping s a c k ............................................
Other packaging and industrial converting paper, except unbleached
kraft..................................................................................................
Glassine, greaseproof, and vegetable parchment..............................
Special industrial paper...........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Pulp mill products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................
Paperboard mill products........................................................................

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

2621-851

136.5

2.7

-0.3

123.9
147.4
138.3

123.9
147.2
138.3

0
.1
.4

0
-.1
0

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

125.1
110.1
171.7
125.0

126.4
107.9
171.9
130.6

123.4
107.2
171.9
124.2

-8.0
-11.4
.2
-7.5

-2.4
-.6
0
-4.9

12/82

143.9

145.5

144.4

-3.7

-.8

2631-P
2631-A

12/82
12/82
12/88

143.9
139.3
97.1

145.5
141.1
98.5

144.4
139.8
97.3

-3.7
-4.2
-5.6

-.8
-.9
-1.2

2631-1
2631-111
2631-11101
2631-11102

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

149.2
150.2
149.1
150.5

153.2
155.0
155.1
153.3

151.0
152.5
151.9
152.0

-6.3
-6.9
-6.5
-7.5

-1.4
-1.6
-2.1
-.8

2631-2
2631-211
2631-241

12/82
12/82
12/82

135.5
124.9
133.6

135.5
124.9
133.6

135.6
128.2
133.6

.1
-2.6
-.2

.1
2.6
0

2641

Bags, except textile bags......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Grocers’ and variety bags (paper) and wardrobe, shopping, and other
b a g s ......................................................................................................
Grocers’ bags and sacks, paper ............................................................
Grocers’ sacks, paper .........................................................................

136.9

123.9
147.0
138.4

2631

Paper coating and glazing....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Packaging paper and plastics film, coated and laminated........................
Single web paper, coated rolls and sheets.........................................
Single web film, coated rolls and sheets............................................
Multi-web paper/paper laminations .....................................................
Coated and laminated paper, n.e.c.............................................................
Printing paper coated at establishments other than where paper
was produced................................................................................
Coated one side (for labels and similar uses).................................
Gummed products................................................................................
Gummed sealing tape, paper base and reinforced base, used for
sealing and securing..................................................................
Gummed flat paper, including stock labels, unprinted ....................
Pressure sensitive products.................................................................
Single faced tape..............................................................................
Paper backing................................................................................
Cloth backing, except electrical....................................................
Reinforced and laminated ta p e .....................................................
Other backings, except rubber......................................................
Double faced ta p e ............................................................................
Unprinted pressure sensitive labels.................................................
Pressure sensitive base s to c k .........................................................
Base stock for labels.....................................................................
Pressure sensitive base stock for other than labels....................
Other coated and processed paper, n.e.c..........................................
Special coated paper and casein and similarly coated papers......
Other coated and processed paper, n.e.c........................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products......................................................................

133.7

06/81
06/81
06/81

263

Paperboard mills ...................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Paperboard, made from primarily virgin wood p u lp ...................................
Unbleached kraft packaging and industrial converting paperboard
(>80% virgin wood pulp).................................................................
Unbleached linerboard .........................................................................
42 lb. kraft linerboard........................................................................
Other unbleached linerboard............................................................
Bleached packaging and industrial converting paperboard (>80%
virgin wood pulp) ..............................................................................
Linerboard............................................................................................
Folding carton-type board....................................................................
Bleached paperboard for moist, liquid or oily foods, including milk
carton board ............................................................................. ....
Other bleached paperboard for packaging and other solid bleached
board..............................................................................................
Semichemical paperboard (>75% virgin wood pulp)............................
Corrugating medium.............................................................................
Recycled paperboard..................................................................................
Linerboard (<80% virgin fiber)...............................................................
Container chip and filler board ...............................................................
Folding carton board...............................................................................
Unlined chipboard................................................................................
Kraft-lined folding carton board...........................................................
White-lined folding carton board.........................................................
Clay-coated folding carton board.........................................................
Other recycled paperboard......................................................................

06/81

2621-861
2621-881
2621-9
2621-SM
2621-S
2611-S
2621-SSS
2631-S

Paperboard mills ...................................................................................................

2643

2631-26

12/88

114.5

114.5

114.5

.7

0

2631-28
2631-3
2631-321
2631-4
2631-411
2631-431
2631-44
2631-443
2631-444
2631-445
2631-446
2631-48

12/88

109.5

109.5

109.5

0

0

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/88
12/82
02/83
12/82
12/82
12/88

133.6
127.9
135.3
131.6
109.9
125.0
123.3
120.8
123.6
102.4

132.3
128.6
134.7
131.1
113.3
123.3
125.5
120.8
130.1
103.5

128.4
128.7
133.9
131.7
113.3
123.3
125.5
120.8
130.1
103.5

-13.3
.4
-6.1
1.0
7.3
-.5
0
0
12.3
2.7

-2.9
.1
-.6
.5
0
0
0
0
0
0

2641-P
2641-1
2641-5
2641-6
2641-9
2641-11

12/82
12/82
12/87
12/87
12/87
12/87
12/87

129.5
126.7
115.5
116.9
111.4
110.5
113.4

130.0
127.3 *
115.6
118.0
110.2
110.5
114.1

130.8
127.6
116.0
117.6
112.1
111.8
114.3

2.3
1.9
1.8
.9
1.5
2.2
2.0

.6
.2
.3
-.3
1.7
1.2
.2

2641-1
2641-113
2641-3

12/82
12/82
12/82

131.1
130.9
123.5

132.7
132.4
124.5

132.6
132.4
125.2

4.3
4.1
3.0

-.1
0
.6

2641-312
2641-331
2641-4
2641-4A
2641-413
2641-433
2641-453
2641-459
2641-46
2641-47
2641-48
2641-481
2641-485
2641-B
2641-B15
2641-B98
2641-SM
2641-S
2641-SSS

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/87
12/82
12/87
12/82
12/87
12/82
12/82
12/87
04/83
12/82
12/82
12/87
12/82

118.0
129.5
124.0
110.5
120.6
116.5
108.6
102.8
136.1
139.7
116.7
143.3
120.9
131.1
120.1
121.2

118.0
132.8
124.7
111.3
120.9
117.6
108.6
105.2
136.9
139.7
117.6
144.4
121.8
131.5
120.1
122.1

(3)
134.8
124.9
111.4
120.9
117.6
109.5
105.2
138.1
140.6
117.5
144.2
121.8
132.0
120.9
122.1

(3
)
4.1
1.6
1.0
.3
1.5
1.6
1.3
3.4
2.9
1.9
2.3
.8
1.9
1.9
1.9

(3
)
1.5
.2
.1
0
0
.8
0
.9
.6
-.1
-.1
0
.4
.7
0

12/82
12/87

136.3
109.6

136.4
109.8

139.1
112.2

3.6
3.9

2.0
2.2

2643-P

12/83
12/83

149.5
152.7

153.5
157.1

154.4
158.2

3.1
3.7

.6
.7

2643-1
2643-113
2643-1131

12/83
12/83
12/83

215.8
(3
)
0

223.4
(3
)
(3
)

219.1
(3)
(3)

3.5
(3)
(3
)

-1.9
(3)
(3)

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

56

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 1989

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

(3
)
(3)
(3
)
130.1
118.5

O
(3)
(3)
133.0
120.9

(3)
(3
)
(3
)
138.1
124.8

(3
)
(3
)
(3
)
11.5
2.9

(3
)
(3)
(3
)
3.8
3.2

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

129.8
130.1
88.3
87.9
155.0
142.7
157.1

135.8
136.6
(3
)
(3
)
160.0
142.7
163.0

136.3
137.1
(3
)
(3
)
160.9
145.3
163.6

4.0
4.3
(3)
(3)
5.2
5.3
5.2

.4
.4
(3
)
(3)
.6
1.8
.4

12/83
12/83

126.9
138.6

128.9
143.2

128.9
143.2

-.8
-5.0

.0
0

12/84

117.3

117.4

117.3

-.8

-.1

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

120.6
119.8
119.8
128.5
130.5
110.6
111.2
133.2
115.8

120.4
119.5
119.5
128.5
131.2
105.0
(3
)
134.3
116.5

120.8
120.0
120.0
132.4
131.2
105.0
(3
)
134.3
116.5

2.6
2.7
2.7
7.1
7.3
-3.8
(3
)
2.5
1.5

.3
.4
.4
3.0
0
0
(3
)
0
0

12/83

128.8

129.2

129.2

.7

0

2653-P
2653-1
2653-112
2653-11201
2653-11202
2653-11203
2653-11204
2653-113

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
06/87
06/87
06/87
06/87
03/80

138.1
138.6
137.2
137.4
109.6
115.3
102.2
102.0
137.5

137.5
138.0
136.6
136.8
109.2
115.2
99.6
101.9
140.3

137.2
137.7
136.3
136.6
109.2
115.2
97.9
101.9
140.3

-4.4
-4.5
-4.6
-7.3
-4.9
.3
-6.9
-10.9
-1.2

-.2
-.2
-.2
-.1
0
0
-1.7
0
0

2653-116
2653-118
2653-119

03/80
03/80
03/80

152.1
128.4
134.8

146.8
128.4
133.9

148.5
128.3
133.9

-3.6
-2.2
-3.3

1.2
-.1
0

2653-11901
2653-11902
2653-11903
2653-3

Bags, except textile bags—Continued
1/6 barrel..........................................................................................
Grocers’ bags, paper...........................................................................
Greater than 5 lb. but less than 13 l b .............................................
Shopping bags, all materials...................................................................
Polyethylene combinations, including polyethylene and foil combinations
Polyethylene combinations, including polyethylene and foil
combinations....................................................................................
Unsupported film .....................................................................................
Polyethylene.........................................................................................
Resale household bags, all materials (garbage, lunch, sandwich, etc.)
Film ......................................................................................................
Shipping sacks and multiwall bags, all materials, except te xtile ..............
Single and double w a ll............................................................................
Multiwall (three or more plies) ................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Miscellaneous plastics products.............................................................

Nov.
19902

06/87
06/87
06/87
03/80

113.5
112.9
105.1
139.7

111.7
112.9
104.4
139.4

112.1
112.9
104.3
139.8

-4.7
0
-3.4
-5.4

.4
0
-.1
.3

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

128.7
128.8
122.8
130.5
139.2
153.2
175.7
126.2
112.9
116.3
119.0

128.5
128.6
122.8
130.2
138.5
151.8
173.6
126.2
112.9
116.3
120.8

128.5
128.6
122.8
130.2
138.5
151.8
173.6
126.2
112.9
116.3
120.8

9.0
9.4
0
12.2
18.4
40.2
59.9
.8
3.1
2.8
1.9

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2643-11311
2643-1132
2643-11322
2643-151
2643-2
2643-2B
2643-2C
2643-261
2643-29
2643-295
2643-3
2643-311
2643-351
2643-SM
2643-S
3079-S

Paperboard containers and boxes.......................................................................

265

Setup paperboard boxes.......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Setup paperboard boxes (classified by end use) ......................................
Textiles, wearing apparel, and hosiery ...................................................
Department stores and other retail stores.............................................
Confections..............................................................................................
Cosmetics, including so ap .......................................................................
Stationery and office supplies.................................................................
All other end uses, n.e.c..........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2652

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes...................................................................

2653

2652-P
2652-1
2652-121
2652-131
2652-141
2652-151
2652-161
2652-198
2652-SM
2652-S

Primary products............................................................................................
Corrugated shipping containers..................................................................

For foods and beverages..................................................................
For canned and bottled foods and beverages....................................
For fresh fruits and vegetables...........................................................
For dry goo d s.......................................................................................
For all food and beverage uses not specified....................................
For paper and allied products.................................................................
For metal products and machinery, equipment and supplies, except
electrical............................................................................................
For electrical machinery, equipment, supplies and appliances.............
For all other uses not specified above...................................................
For chemicals and drugs, including paints, varnishes, cosmetics and
soaps .............................................................................................
For lumber and wood products, including furniture............................
For all other uses.................................................................................
Corrugated paperboard in sheets and rolls, lined and unlined.................
Fiber cans, drums and similar products...............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Paperboard fiber drums with metal, wood, plastic or paperboard ends ....
Fiber cans, tubes, and similar fiber products............................................
Cans, all fiber and composite.................................................................
Food products ......................................................................................
All other food products, excluding pet fo o d .....................................
Non-food products...............................................................................
All other non-food products, including pet fo o d ..............................
Cores and tu b e s ......................................................................................
Paperboard cortes, reels, spools, bobbins, and blocks.........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2655

Sanitary food containers.......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Milk and milk-type cartons, including juices and other beverages...........
Cups and liquid-tight containers.................................................................
Drinking cups and portion serving c u p s .................................................
Other sanitary food containers, boards, and trays, except folding...........
Pressed plates, dishes, spoons and similar products............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products......................................................................

2656

Folding paperboard boxes....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................

2657

2655-P
2655-1
2655-2
2655-221
2655-221A
2655-22113
2655-221B
2655-22117
2655-231
2655-271
2655-SM
2655-S

2656-P
2656-1
2656-2
2656-235
2656-5
2656-511
2656-SM
2656-S
2656-SSS

2657-P

See footnotes at end of table.




57

Nov. 1990

12/85

127.3

127.3

127.3

3.7

0

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

127.2
126.2
116.7
136.7
137.4
123.7
123.3

128.9
127.5
116.7
139.4
140.3
123.4
123.0

129.3
127.9
117.2
139.4
140.3
124.8
123.0

3.2
3.2
5.5
3.1
3.3
.7
-.7

.3
.3
.4
0
0
1.1
0

06/85
12/88

134.1
100.7

137.4
104.6

137.4
104.6

2.9
4.6

0
0

12/83
12/83

129.4
128.7

130.0
129.8

130.1
129.9

2.0
2.5

.1
.1

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Folding paperboard boxes—Continued
Folding paperboard boxes, except sanitary food containers, classified
by end u s e ...........................................................................................
Dry food and produce, incl. pet and animal food...................................
Bottled and canned beverages...............................................................
Bottled beverages................................................................................
Non-alcoholic beverages..................................................................
Alcoholic beverages.........................................................................
Canned beverages...............................................................................
Alcoholic beverages.........................................................................
Soaps and detergents.............................................................................
Tobacco ...................................................................................................
Hardware and household supplies.........................................................
Candy .......................................................................................................
Cosmetics and medicinal products ........................................................
Cosmetics.............................................................................................
Medicinal products...............................................................................
Paper goods or products, including book mailers..................................
Folding carry-out boxes and trays for retail fo o d ...................................
All other end uses, n.e.c..........................................................................
Folding sanitary containers for liquid, moist, oily or perishable foods
Bakery, fresh and frozen ....................................... .................................
Butter and ice cream packages and food pails......................................
Processed meat, margarine, lard and shortening ..................................
Other frozen fo o d s ..................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products................................................................................

2657-1
2657-114
2657-121
2657-1211
2657-12111
2657-12112
2657-1212
2657-12122
2657-131
2657-141
2657-151
2657-161
2657-171
2657-17101
2657-17102
2657-181
2657-195
2657-198
2657-2
2657-201
2657-202
2657-203
2657-204
2657-SM
2657-S

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

129.2
127.3
120.2
122.9
117.2
124.2
118.0
106.9
126.0
130.7
138.3
124.8
113.6
114.8
112.4
133.6
111.4
139.0
117.0
115.3
117.6
105.2
112.6

129.9
127.9
122.8
127.8
124.9
124.4
118.5
106.9
126.3
130.7
138.7
124.8
114.7
117.0
112.9
134.8
109.9
139.4
119.4
115.0
128.4
105.2
112.7

130.5
128.3
122.8
127.8
124.9
124.4
118.5
106.9
127.9
130.7
139.0
123.9
118.3
124.4
114.0
134.9
109.9
139.1
117.6
115.1
120.3
105.2
112.7

2.8
2.5
2.4
5.1
8.1
.8
-.2
.8
5.5
-.6
2.4
1.3
4.9
11.6
.6
5.3
1.7
2.1
1.0
.3
2.7
-1.6
1.7

0.5
.3
0
0
0
0
0
.0
1.3
0
.2
-.7
3.1
6.3
1.0
.1
0
-.2
-1.5
.1
-6.3
0
0
.4

2.4

2.6

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

114.4
115.2
106.8
96.9

114.4
115.3
106.9
95.8

117.4
118.6
106.7
95.3

2.4
2.7
0
-.8

2.6
2.9
-.2
-.5

12/84
12/84
12/89
12/84
12/89
12/84
12/89
12/89
12/84
12/89

121.1
120.8
99.7
120.6
101.1
120.1
101.2
101.0
131.3
101.0

121.4
121.2
100.0
123.2
101.4
120.1
102.3
101.0
131.4
102.5

121.4
121.2
99.9
123.3
101.3
120.1
102.1
101.0
131.4
102.5

.7
.3
-.1
2.4
1.3
1.4
2.1
1.0
7.4
2.5

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

12/89
12/84

101.5
123.6

101.5
123.6

101.5
123.6

1.5
.3

0
0

12/84
12/84
12/84

124.7
116.3
122.0

126.1
118.5
121.8

126.1
118.5
122.0

6.9
(3)
1.4

0
0
.2

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

130.4
131.1
120.2
103.2
106.1
133.8
123.5

130.6
131.5
120.2
103.2
106.2
135.6
121.9

130.7
131.8
120.2
103.2
106.2
137.8
124.5

2.8
3.0
2.6
(3)
.2
6.1
0

.1
.2
0
0
0
1.6
2.1

06/83

133.0

134.9

135.1

2.0

.1

12/84
12/84
12/84

114.4
114.3
114.3

117.2
117.2
117.2

117.3
117.2
117.2

3.6
3.7
3.7

.1
0
0

2676

2677

Stationery products...............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Stationery ....................................................................................................
Boxed stationery and portfolios..............................................................
Tablets and related products......................................................................
Legal p ad s...............................................................................................
Tablets and pads, except legal pads.....................................................
Notebooks................................................................................................
Looseleaf fillers (school and commercial types)....................................
Wrapped ream papers............................................................................

1.3

117.4

2675-P
2675-1
2675-111
2675-113
2675-11301
2675-11302
2675-11303
2675-199
2675-2

Envelopes.............................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Envelopes, all types....................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

130.3

114.4

2675

Sanitary Paper Products.......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Sanitary napkins and tam pons...................................................................
Sanitary napkins.......................................................................................
Disposable diapers (except incontinence pads) ........................................
Sanitary tissue health products (made from purchased stock) ................
Table napkins including plain creped and facial tissue ty p e .................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

129.8

114.4

2661

Die-cut paper and board.......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Die-cut paper and board office supplies....................................................
Index cards..............................................................................................
File folders...............................................................................................
Expanding file folders..........................................................................
Hanging fo lders....................................................................................
Other file folders, including file pockets and jackets.........................
Other office supplies, including report covers, excluding looseleaf......
Die-cut paper and board except office supplies........................................
Other, including fillers and flats for egg cases, bottle caps,
closures.............................................................................................
Pasted, lined, laminated, or surface coated paperboard..........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

129.8

12/85

266

Building paper and building board m ills...............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Board: asphalt, hardpressed, insulation, roofing, etc..................................
1/2 inch....................................................................................................

12/83

2661-P
2661-1
2661-111

Building paper and building board m ills...............................................................

2678

2675-299
2675-3
2675-SM
2675-M
2675-Z89
2675-S

2676-P
2676-1
2676-114
2676-3
2676-4
2676-42
2676-SM
2676-S
2676-SSS

2677-P
2677-1
2677-SM
2677-S

2678-P
2678-1
2678-111
2678-2
2678-252
2678-254
2678-257
2678-261
2678-265

See footnotes at end of table.




12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
02/84
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/88
12/83
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
12/88

Nov.
19902

58

12/84

125.0

126.8

128.7

(3)

1.5

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

121.8
124.8
114.4
(3
)
127.7
140.7
124.7
117.2
133.5
147.9

121.4
122.9
114.6
113.9
125.1
137.2
126.6
113.4
133.3
137.9

121.4
122.9
114.6
113.9
125.1
137.2
126.5
113.4
133.3
138.0

-2.0
-3.4
7.3
15.8
-6.1
(3)
-1.6
-7.2
-6.5
(3
)

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

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

06/85
06/85

144.4
109.2

131.9
109.2

131.9
109.2

(3
)
-3.7

0
0

06/85
06/90
06/85

104.7
100.0
107.4

105.5
104.8
106.6

105.5
104.8
106.6

1.5
(3)
.5

.0
0
0

2679-P
2679-1
2679-12
2679-123
2679-125
2679-2
2679-28
2679-282

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/85
06/90
06/85

111.4
110.8
103.5
101.4
100.8
100.0
119.0
100.0
121.6

111.3
110.6
103.0
100.5
100.8
97.5
119.1
100.0
121.7

111.5
111.0
103.7
101.9
100.8
101.6
119.0
100.0
121.7

.8
.9
1.7
2.5
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

.2
.4
.7
1.4
0
4.2
-.1
0
0

2679-296

06/90

(3)

(3)

100.0

(3)

(3)

2679-3
2679-31
2679-311
2679-317
2679-322
2679-4
2679-5
2679-51
2679-512
2679-53
2679-531
2679-541
2679-561
2679-569
2679-SM
2679-M
2679-Z89
2679-S

Stationery products-Continued
Other wrapped ream paper .................................................................
Other tablets and related products.........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Envelopes................................................................................................
Other secondary products......................................................................

Nov.
19902

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/90
06/85
06/90
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
07/85
06/85
06/85

111.0
114.2
115.1
99.6
100.0
114.2
100.0
133.8
132.1
99.3
100.2
104.3
124.9
117.3

110.7
113.7
114.0
102.7
100.0
115.8
99.6
133.8
(3)
97.9
98.8
105.0
123.9
116.6

110.8
113.8
114.2
102.7
100.0
116.6
99.8
133.8
(3
)
98.5
99.4
107.9
123.9
116.5

-.4
-1.4
-1.9
(3
)
(3)
5.1
(3
)
-1.0
(3)
(3)
(3
)
(3)
(3)
-.8

.1
.1
.2
0
0
.7
.2
0
(3)
.6
.6
2.8
0
-.1

06/85
06/85
06/85

130.0
130.0
107.1

130.0
130.0
107.4

130.0
130.0
107.2

(3)
(3)
1.0

0
0
-.2

132.7

132.8

5.1

.1

2678-26519
2678-269
2678-SM
2678-S
2677-S
2678-SSS

Converted paper and paperboard products, n.e.c................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Wallcoverings..............................................................................................
Paper wallcoverings.................................................................................
Dry strippable, nonwoven and nonwoven combinations ............. ......
Plastic coated or laminated to 1 mil of vinyl or m o re ........................
Gift wrap paper...........................................................................................
Retail counter items, all materials except fo il........................................
R olls.....................................................................................................
Gift wrapping paper for stores’ own used and shipped to
manufacturers ...................................................................................
Paper business machine supplies and other miscellaneous office
supplies.................................................................................................
Paper business machine supplies..........................................................
Rolls for adding and other business machines...................................
Other, including tapes, teletypes, etc...................................................
Miscellaneous paper and board office supples, n.e.c.............................
Pressed and molded pulp goods...............................................................
Other converted paper and paperboard products.....................................
Novelties, games, displays, and similar products...................................
Other novelties, games, displays, and similar products......................
Industrial paper and paperboard products.............................................
Cellulose insulation..............................................................................
Doilies, place mats and tray doilies........................................................
Paper wrapping products, n.e.c................................................................
Miscellaneous paper and paperboard products, n.e.c............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
R esales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2679

Printing, publishing, and allied industries.............................................................

27

12/84

130.8

Nov. 1990

Newspaper publishing ..........................................................................................

271

12/79

221.2

225.1

225.3

7.6

.1

Newspaper publishing ..........................................................................................
Primary products............................. ...............................................................
Circulation....................................................................................................
Subscriptions.......................... ................................................................
Through intermediary...........................................................................
Direct to reader....................................................................................
Single copy sales....................................................................................
Through intermediary...........................................................................
Direct to reader....................................................................................
Advertising...................................................................................................
Classified advertising ..............................................................................
Retail, manufacturing & other comm’l. advt'g, exc classifieds and
insertion of preprinted ads ...............................................................
National advertising .............................................................................
Local, regional and other advertising..................................................
Insertion of preprinted ads ......................................................................
Insertion of preprinted a d s...................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products......................................................................

2711

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

221.2
223.1
182.8
190.9
190.1
197.2
166.1
178.3
155.8
235.7
261.1

225.1
226.9
190.6
193.2
192.5
198.4
184.5
183.1
185.1
238.2
263.6

225.3
227.0
190.5
193.1
192.4
198.6
184.5
183.1
(3
)
238.4
263.4

7.6
7.4
8.7
6.3
6.7
4.3
14.0
8.5
(3
)
7.0
9.2

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

12/79
12/79
12/79
06/86
06/86

230.4
273.5
224.8
113.7
113.7

231.9
274.3
226.3
120.6
120.6

231.8
274.3
226.3
122.6
122.6

5.9
4.9
6.1
9.8
9.8

0
0
0
1.7
1.7

12/79
12/79

181.4
182.3

190.5
191.8

191.3
192.6

13.4
13.6

.4
.4

Periodical publishing.............................................................................................

272

12/79

205.4

207.2

209.0

5.7

.9

Periodical publishing...................................................................................... ......
Primary products............................................................................................
Advertising...................................................................................................
Farm periodicals .....................................................................................
General farm periodicals......................................................................
Specialized farm periodicals................................................................
Business periodicals................................................................................
Industrial periodicals............................................................................
Merchandising periodicals....................................................................
Professional periodicals.......................................................................
General periodicals..................................................................................
Women's periodicals............................................................................
General and special interest periodicals.............................................

2721

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

205.4
212.4
234.0
201.5
189.0
225.1
206.2
203.0
205.6
213.0
250.4
249.9
261.8

207.2
214.5
236.9
205.3
189.0
236.1
208.8
204.6
208.3
217.7
253.4
257.8
262.7

209.0
215.8
237.8
205.3
189.0
236.1
211.2
207.9
210.9
217.6
253.7
258.8
262.7

5.7
5.4
6.5
4.7
4.7
4.9
5.9
6.9
2.7
7.5
6.9
9.2
6.4

.9
.6
.4
0
0
0
1.1
1.6
1.2
0
.1
.4
0

2711-P
2711-6
2711-61
2711-611
2711-612
2711-62
2711-621
2711-622
2711-7
2711-71
2711-72
2711-721
2711-722
2711-73
2711-731
2711-SM
2711-S
2711-SSS

2721-P
2721-A
2721-2
2721-211
2721-215
2721-4
2721-411
2721-413
2721-415
2721-6
2721-643
2721-653

See footnotes at end of table.




59

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Periodical publishing—Continued
Special interest (primarily hobby, entertainment, outdoor sports
and auto) ....................................................................................
General interest (inc. general articles, pictures, fiction,
nonfiction, travel and hum or).....................................................
General news periodicals.....................................................................
Other periodicals......................................................................................
Other periodicals, n.e.c.........................................................................
Circulation....................................................................................................
Business periodicals................................................................................
Industrial periodicals............................................................................
Professional periodicals........................................................................
General periodicals..................................................................................
Women's periodicals............................................................................
Subscriptions.....................................................................................
Single copy sales..............................................................................
General and special interest periodicals.............................................
Subscriptions.....................................................................................
Special interest (primarily hobby, entertainment, outdoor
sports and auto)......................................................................
General interest (inc. general articles, pictures, fiction,
nonfiction, travel and humor) .................................................
Single copy sales..............................................................................
Special interest (primarily hobby, entertainment, outdoor
sports and auto)......................................................................
General news periodicals.....................................................................
Other periodicals......................................................................................
Religious periodicals .
Subscriptions........
Single copy sales...
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products........
Other secondary products
Book publishing........................................................................................




Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

2721-65311

06/86

130.6

131.4

131.4

5.1

0.0

2721-65312
2721 -663
2721-73
2721-737
2721-C
2721-3
2721-307
2721-317
2721-5
2721-54
2721-543
2721-545
2721-55
2721-553

06/86
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
02/80
12/79
12/79

131.0
218.9
168.0
170.5
187.8
211.1
177.7
212.6
185.9
173.6
154.0
194.4
201.1
218.5

131.0
(3)
167.9
170.5
189.0
211.8
177.7
213.9
187.2
173.6
154.0
194.4
203.5
222.7

131.0
218.9
168.2
170.8
190.6
219.3
177.7
214.3
187.6
173.6
154.0
194.4
204.2
222.6

8.7
4.1
-.9
-2.1
3.9
7.3
5.5
4.2
3.1
1.4
3.1
0
4.7
4.8

0
<
3>
.2
.2
.8
3.5
0
.2
.2
0
0
0
.3
0

2721-55311

06/86

127.1

127.6

127.4

6.5

-.2

2721-55312
2721-555

06/86
12/79

121.5
176.7

125.5
176.6

125.5
178.4

3.4
4.5

0
1.0

2721-55511
2721-56
2721-7A
2721-703
2721-71701
2721-71702
2721-SM
2721-S
2721-SSS
2731-S

06/86

123.2

123.2

124.9

2.7

1.4

12/79
12/79
06/86
02/86

157.0
176.3
110.9
124.2

157.2
177.3
110.9
121.7

157.5
177.9
110.9
121.8

2.9
2.1
5.2
-1.6

.2
.3
0
.1

12/79
12/79
12/79

162.2
240.8
150.2

162.2
240.8
150.2

168.6
243.8
156.9

10.5
7.6
11.0

3.9
1.2
4.5

60

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

273

12/84

133.1

136.3

135.4

5.9

-0.7

Book Publishing....................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Textbooks....................................................................................................
Elementary textbooks..............................................................................
Hardbound............................................................................................
High school textbooks.............................................................................
Hardbound............................................................................................
College textbooks....................................................................................
Hardbound............................................................................................
Paperbound..........................................................................................
Workbooks...............................................................................................
Elementary workbooks........................................................................
Technical, scientific and professional books.............................................
Law books ...............................................................................................
Hardbound........................................... ................................................
Medical b ooks.........................................................................................
Hardbound............................................................................................
Business and other technical, scientific and professional books..........
Hardbound............................................................................................
Paperbound..........................................................................................
Religious b oo ks..........................................................................................
Bibles and testaments ............................................................................
Other religious books, including hymnals and devotionals....................
Paperbound..........................................................................................
General, mass market, adult trade, juvenile, book club and mail order
bo .........................................................................................................
Book club books......................................................................................
Hardbound............................................................................................
Mass market, adult trade and juvenile books........................................
Mass market books, rack size.............................................................
Adult trade and juvenile books............................................................
Adult trade........................................................................................
Hardbound......................................................................................
Paperbound, including mass market other than rack size ..........
Juvenile books
...........................................................................
Hardbound.........
Paperbound
General reference books
Encyclopedias .............
Dictionaries and thesauruses..................................................................
O ther............................
Other books, excluding pamphlets ............................................................
Other books, n.e.c....................................................................................
Hardbound............................................................................................
Pamphlets (5-48 pages) .............................................................................
Other pamphlets.....................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2731

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

176.3
178.9
220.3
227.0
229.1
214.9
223.3
210.2
210.3
205.9
258.6
273.6
159.7
160.1
156.2
156.7
154.0
163.5
156.7
178.9
169.0
150.3
182.3
238.7

180.9
183.8
236.8
244.9
245.7
228.6
239.0
220.7
221.8
209.3
296.7
327.7
159.9
160.8
157.1
156.7
154.0
163.0
156.0
178.9
170.2
153.4
182.3
238.7

179.7
182.4
231.0
245.1
245.9
228.5
239.0
220.2
221.2
209.1
258.6
273.6
160.7
161.9
157.8
158.6
156.2
163.0
155.9
178.9
170.2
153.4
182.3
238.7

6.5
6.7
12.0
12.4
10.9
10.3
11.4
8.1
8.8
3.8
26.0
33.5
3.1
3.5
3.6
2.5
2.2
2.8
.2
7.2
2.9
2.9
3.0
3.0

-.7
-.8
-2.4
.1
.1
0
0
-.2
-.3
-.1
-12.8
-16.5
.5
.7
.4
1.2
1.4
0
-.1
0
0
0
0
0

12/80
08/84
08/84
06/88
12/80
06/88
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
04/81
04/81
04/81
12/80
06/88

157.5
131.1
129.0
114.0
183.5
109.7
140.4
133.7
154.1
150.1
147.3
154.8
153.2
153.1
150.7
167.6
123.2
120.5
123.6
153.6
103.0

154.8
133.6
132.3
110.5
166.6
110.4
141.5
135.0
154.7
150.1
147.3
154.8
158.2
161.6
(3)
167.6
123.2
120.5
123.6
154.6
104.0

155.4
133.7
132.0
111.2
162.4
113.1
145.4
141.1
154.8
152.1
150.3
154.8
162.3
164.7
(3)
170.8
123.2
120.5
123.6
154.6
104.0

2.8
5.5
5.4
2.5
-.9
4.4
4.6
4.9
4.0
3.9
2.5
6.3
6.2
7.2
(3)
2.5
1.9
0
0
5.6
3.2

.4
.1
-.2
.6
-2.5
2.4
2.8
4.5
.1
1.3
2.0
0
2.6
1.9
(3)
1.9
0
0
0
0
0

06/88
12/80

104.7
167.1

104.7
170.1

104.7
170.1

0
3.5

0
.0

Book printing.........................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Books, printing and binding, lithographic ...................................................
College textbooks....................................................................................
Hardbound............................................................................................
Technical, scientific, business, and professional books........................
Hardbound............................................................................................
Paperbound..........................................................................................
General consumer and trade books .......................................................
Hardbound............................................................................................
Paperbound..........................................................................................
All other books, n.e.c. including religious books, dictionaries,
atlases, etc.........................................................................................
Hardbound............................................................................................
Books, printing only or printing and binding, other than lithographic........
Printing and binding.................................................................................
Pamphlets, workbooks, and tests, printing only or printing and binding ...
Lithographic printing................................................................................
Workbooks and te sts...........................................................................
Printing and binding..........................................................................

2732

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

125.2
128.5
124.7
128.1
(3)
128.4
116.5
139.4
121.5
126.3
114.4

125.5
128.9
125.2
127.9
128.7
131.3
122.7
139.3
121.6
126.3
114.8

125.5
128.9
125.2
127.9
128.7
131.3
122.7
139.3
121.6
126.3
114.8

2.2
2.5
1.5
.3
(3)
2.7
4.9
1.0
.7
1.1
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

12/83
12/83

119.1
121.0

119.1
121.0

119.1
121.0

2.4
1.3

0
0

12/83

119.0

119.0

119.0

2.0

0

12/83
12/83
12/83

130.3
150.3
137.6

130.6
151.1
(3
)

130.4
150.6
138.0

1.3
3.5
3.5

-.2
-.3
(3
)

2731-P
2731-1
2731-1A
2731-111
2731-1B
2731-113
2731-1C
2731-115
2731-116
2731-12
2731-121
2731-3
2731-31
2731-315
2731-32
2731-325
2731-34
2731-345
2731-347
2731-4
2731-415
2731-44
2731-447
2731-5
2731-B
2731-B15
2731-56
2731-A
2731-D
2731-D4
2731-D41
2731-D47
2731-D5
2731-D51
2731-D53
2731-7
2731-721
2731-741
2731-749
2731-8
2731-8B
2731-815
2731-9
2731-959
2731-SM
2731-Z89
2731-S

2732-P
2732-2
2732-2B
2732-225
2732-2C
2732-228
2732-229
2732-2D
2732-232
2732-234
2732-2F
2732-242
2732-8
2732-82
2732-9
2732-91
2732-915
2732-91502

Miscellaneous publishing .....................................................................................

274

06/84

134.5

136.6

136.9

6.1

.2

Miscellaneous publishing .....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Catalogs and directories, publishing..........................................................
Directories................................................................................................
Telephone ............................................................................................

2741

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
09/84

134.5
135.2
127.4
128.4
137.3

136.6
137.3
129.8
130.9
140.2

136.9
137.5
130.1
131.2
140.5

6.1
6.1
5.5
5.6
5.6

.2
.1
.2
.2
.2

2741-P
2741-1
2741-11
2741-113

See footnotes at end of table.




61

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Miscellaneous publishing—Continued
Yellow pages advertising..................................................................
Other telephone directory advertising..............................................
Other directories, including business reference service.....................
Catalogs...................................................................................................
Business service publications.....................................................................
Business service newsletters, excluding publications cumulated in
looseleaf index fo rm .........................................................................
Other business service publications, looseleaf and hardbound............
Patterns, including clothing patterns..........................................................
Other miscellaneous publishing..................................................................
Shopper n e w s..........................................................................................
Micropublishing in microform, including original and republished
material .............................................................................................
Other miscellaneous publishing nec, including almanacs and racing
forms .................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

2741-1131
2741-1132
2741-115
2741-121
2741-2

103.5
(3)
114.4
101.5
135.2

105.8
(3)
114.2
101.5
136.1

106.0
(3)
114.4
101.5
136.2

6.0
(3)
4.8
1.5
7.2

0.2
(3)
.2
0
.1

02/88
06/84
08/84
06/84
06/84

104.8
143.8
123.9
146.0
164.2

104.8
144.9
123.9
146.9
164.7

105.3
144.9
123.9
146.8
164.7

(3
)
7.4
(3)
7.9
10.1

.5
0
0
-.1
0

2741-597

06/84

130.7

130.7

130.7

(3)

2741-599
2741-SM
2741-S

06/84

162.5

163.6

163.5

5.3

06/84

124.7

133.7

133.7

7.2

0

12/84

118.9

119.9

120.0

2.3

.1

2752-P
2752-1

06/82
06/82
06/82

128.3
128.3
124.8

129.6
129.7
124.8

129.6
129.7
124.8

2.8
2.7
1.8

0
0
0

2752-11
2752-112
2752-114
2752-2
2752-21
2752-212
2752-217
2752-3
2752-31
2752-312
2752-314
2752-32
2752-32A
2752-322
2752-32B
2752-324
2752-326
2752-4
2752-4A
2752-412
2752-4B
2752-416

12/88
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/88
08/82
06/82
06/82
12/88
06/82
06/82
12/88
06/82
12/88
06/82
12/88
12/88
06/82
12/88
12/88
06/82
12/88

103.8
123.8
124.5
122.7
104.4
118.0
141.1
124.4
105.3
137.6
116.3
104.0
124.2
104.4
128.0
107.3
99.1
127.9
107.7
116.7
123.7
105.2

103.9
123.8
124.6
122.8
104.5
118.0
142.4
128.5
109.6
140.8
121.9
105.4
124.8
104.9
132.1
107.3
103.7
129.7
109.5
120.7
124.5
106.2

103.9
123.8
124.6
123.1
104.9
118.5
142.4
128.5
109.6
141.9
121.6
105.4
124.8
104.9
132.2
107.3
103.8
129.4
109.5
120.7
124.1
105.8

1.9
-1.5
2.7
1.5
.8
.8
.9
4.3
5.1
5.7
4.8
2.3
2.7
2.3
1.5
3.5
.6
3.4
6.4
13.5
1.3
2.3

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

2752-4C
2752-421
2752-5
2752-51
2752-512
2752-514
2752-52
2752-52A
2752-522
2752-52B
2752-526
2752-53
2752-536

06/82
12/88
06/82
12/88
06/82
06/82
12/88

126.5
106.8
129.6
107.9
160.0
118.6
108.3

130.7
111.2
130.3
108.4
161.2
118.6
108.9

129.7
110.2
130.3
108.3
160.9
118.6
109.0

3.8
4.9
2.2
1.0
2.0
-.3
4.7

-.8
-.9
0
-.1
-.2
0
.1

12/88
06/82
12/88
06/82
12/88

107.1
133.5
109.7
100.4
101.5

107.5
134.4
110.4
100.4
101.5

107.5
134.6
110.6
100.4
101.5

3.9
5.5
5.5
.1
0

0
.1
.2
0
0

2752-55
2752-551
2752-553
2752-6
2752-644
2752-691
2752-696
2752-698
2752-699
2752-SM
2752-M
2752-XY9
2752-Z89
2752-S
2732-S
2752-SSS
2759-S
2759-6S
2761-S

12/88
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/88
12/88
12/88
06/82

107.8
125.9
138.1
132.2
139.1
108.5
108.0
107.3
167.9

108.6
127.0
138.8
134.4
141.1
109.0
110.0
110.6
167.9

108.7
127.2
138.7
134.5
142.5
109.4
110.0
110.5
167.9

3.7
3.8
3.8
*3.5
7.4
3.1
2.3
5.8
3.6

.1
.2
-.1
.1
1.0
.4
0
-.1
0

06/82
06/82
08/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/88
06/82

120.2
108.4
125.8
131.1
123.6
138.0
138.6
114.2
132.8

122.8
114.6
126.7
130.7
125.0
(3)
136.9
112.0
132.7

122.8
114.6
126.7
131.0
125.7
138.0
136.9
112.0
134.5

2.2
3.6
1.6
3.2
3.7
2.0
4.1
5.0
3.1

0
0
0
.2
.6
<
3)
0
0
1.4

275

Commercial printing, lithographic..........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Lithographic magazine and periodical printing...........................................
Magazines and periodicals (excluding magazine and comic
supplements for Sunday newspapers).............................................
Sheet-fed..............................................................................................
W eb-fed................................................................................................
Lithographic label and wrapper printing.....................................................
Printed custom and stock lab e ls............................................................
Sheet-fed flat printed labels (ex. pressure sensitive)..........................
Pressure sensitive labels (flat and ro lls).............................................
Lithographic catalog and directory printing................................................
Catalogs, including direct mail ................................................................
Sheet-fed..............................................................................................
W eb-fed.........
Directories.........
Telephone directories...........................................................................
Web-fed
Other directories
Sheet-fed ..
Web-fed.............................................................................................
Lithographic financial and legal printing.....................................................
SEC filing and prospectuses...................................................................
Sheet-fed..............................................................................................
Annual reports and other corporate finanicial printing ..........................
Sheet-fed..............................................................................................
Other financial and legal printing, (including insurance forms,
security certificates.etc.) ...................................................................
Sheet-fed..............................................................................................
Lithographic advertising printing.................................................................
Direct m ail................................................................................................
Sheet-fed..............................................................................................
W eb-fed................................................................................................
Display advertising...................................................................................
Posters, (including outdoor advertising, car cards) ............................
Sheet-fed ..........................................................................................
Counter and floor displays ..
Sheet-fed ........................
Preprinted newspaper inserts.
Web-fed sections ...............
Other advertising printing, (including brochures, pamphlets, catalog
sheet, etc.).........................................................................................
Sheet-fed..............................................................................................
W eb-fed................................................................................................
Other lithographic general job printing............................... .......................
Ticket, coupon, and food and beverage check printing........................
Business forms, except manifold............................................................
Quick printing ..........................................................................................
All other general commercial printing, n.e.c., sheet-fed........................
All other general commercial printing, n.e.c., web-fed ..........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Book printing ...........................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................
Commercial printing, n.e.c........................................................................
Letterpress general job printing ..........................................................
Manifold business form s.........................................................................

12/89
12/89
06/84
12/89
06/84

2741-213
2741-215
2741-4
2741-5
2741-521

Commercial printing..............................................................................................

2752

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

62

0
-.1

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry

Product

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Commercial printing, gravure................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Magazine and periodical printing, (gravure)...............................................
Labels and wrappers, printing (gravure).....................................................
Labels, custom and stock, excluding c lo th ............................................
Flat, except pressure sensitive............................................................
Advertising printing, (gravure).....................................................................
Other general job printing, (gravure)..........................................................
All other general commercial printing n.e.c. (gravure)...........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts......... ................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products......................................................................

2754

Commerical printing, n.e.c.....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Letterpress and screen printing .................................................................
Letterpress label and wrapper printing...................................................
Custom and stock labels, including bordered made of paper fo il......
Rolls pressure sensitive, letterpress (self-adhesive)........................
Printed rolls and sheets for packing purposes ...................................
Other general job printing.......................................................................
All other commercial printing n.e.c., including maps, atlases, etc.
Screen process printing, except textiles.................................................
Decalcomanias and labels...................................................................
Decalcomanias and pressure sensitives (self-adhesive), excluding
labels..........................................................................................
All other screen process, n.e.c.............................................................
Engraving.....................................................................................................
Engraving.................................................................................................
Security engraving................................................................................
Social engraving...................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Commercial printing, lithographic............................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

2759

Manifold business fo rm s......................................................................................
Manifold business fo rm s......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Unit set fo rm s.............................................................................................
Stock, including imprinted.......................................................................
Carbon..................................................................................................
Carbonless...........................................................................................
Custom printed........................................................................................
Carbon..................................................................................................
Carbonless...........................................................................................
Manifold books, including sales, and pegboard accounting systems ......
Pegboard accounting systems................................................................
Sales and other manifold books.............................................................
Custom .................................................................................................
Custom continuous forms, with or without carbon, marginally punched
or not ....................................................................................................
Self mailer................................................................................................
All other custom printed .........................................................................
One part ...............................................................................................
Multiple parts .......................................................................................
Carbon...............................................................................................
Carbonless........................................................................................
Stock continuous form s..............................................................................
Stock shelf form s.....................................................................................
One part ...............................................................................................
Multiple parts ...................................................... .................................
Carbon...............................................................................................
Carbonless........................................................................................
Stock format form s..................................................................................
Multiple parts .......................................................................................
All other stock form s...............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Lithographic commercial printing............................................................
Greeting card and publishing ...............................................................................

277

Greeting card publishing......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Publishers’ sales.........................................................................................
Seasonal greeting ca rds.........................................................................

2771

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

06/82
06/82
08/82
06/82
06/82
06/82

107.8
106.6
105.7
119.7
120.2
119.9

107.8
106.7
105.7
119.6
120.0
(3)

107.8
106.7
105.7
119.6
120.0
(3)

-1.7
-1.8
-1.4
.1
-.1
(3
)

06/82
06/82

127.3
123.1

128.9
123.1

128.9
123.1

3.7
2.3

0
0

06/82
06/82

117.4
116.7

117.4
116.7

117.4
116.7

-.8
.4

0
0

06/82
12/88
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/88

136.4
104.1
133.6
123.2
118.8
120.5
132.0
140.4
138.9
129.3
107.1

136.9
104.4
133.7
123.2
119.1
124.2
131.5
140.8
139.3
129.3
107.1

137.6
105.0
134.6
125.2
119.0
123.4
(3
)
140.8
139.3
129.3
107.1

2.3
2.2
2.2
3.5
.9
4.5
(3)
1.9
1.9
.9
1.6

.5
.6
.7
1.6
-.1
-.6
(3)
0
0
0
0

06/82
06/82
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

133.3
126.8
117.8
117.8
108.3
124.3

133.3
126.8
119.8
119.8
(3)
124.3

133.3
(3
)
119.8
119.8
(3)
124.3

.8
(3)
2.7
2.7
(3)
2.6

06/82
06/82
12/88

149.1
150.3
102.0

150.5
152.5
102.5

150.5
152.5
102.5

2.2
3.6
1.1

0
0
0

276

12/83

124.1

126.4

127.1

2.8

.6

2761

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

124.1
124.4
125.1
123.4
98.9
115.5
125.3
124.9
124.8
127.1
129.0
125.4
126.7

126.4
126.7
129.3
130.5
(3)
121.9
129.3
129.9
126.7
127.9
129.0
127.3
129.0

127.1
127.4
129.7
130.6
(3
)
121.5
129.7
130.2
127.3
127.9
129.0
127.3
129.0

2.8
2.9
3.6
4.3
(3)
3.8
3.7
3.5
4.2
3.1
3.4
2.6
1.8

.6
.6
.3
.1
(3)
-.3
.3
.2
.5
0
0
0
0

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
06/89
06/89
12/83

127.0
136.9
126.4
136.2
123.0
122.9
119.9
119.3
119.4
124.3
116.5
113.8
134.1
97.9
98.3
117.6

129.1
136.9
128.7
139.4
124.8
124.9
121.4
120.5
120.0
121.6
120.5
118.0
137.8
101.7
(3)
119.9

130.1
136.9
129.7
140.4
125.8
126.1
121.9
121.4
121.1
124.0
120.2
117.3
138.8
101.7
(3)
120.4

2.9
0
3.1
3.8
2.6
2.8
2.3
2.5
2.4
1.9
.9
4.9
4.8
(3)
-.1

-.6
.7
0
(3
)
.4

03/84
06/85
12/83
12/83

(3)
(3)
130.1
130.6

(3)
(3)
132.1
131.9

(3)
(3)
132.2
130.9

(3)
(3)
-.5
-2.7

(3)
(3)
.1
-.8

12/85

119.1

124.7

124.7

6.3

0

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

119.1
115.8
116.2
116.4

124.7
124.2
124.7
127.4

124.7
124.2
124.7
127.4

6.3
8.5
8.5
11.7

0
0
0
0

2754-P
2754-1
2754-2
2754-22
2754-221
2754-5
2754-6
2754-695
2754-SM
2754-S
2754-SSS

2759-P
2759-A
2759-2
2759-2A
2759-218
2759-2B
2759-6
2759-695
2759-7
2759-71
2759-711
2759-798
2759-B
2759-8
2759-811
2759-812
2759-SM
2759-S
2752-S
2759-SSS

2761-P
2761-2
2761-21
2761-213
2761-215
2761-25
2761-253
2761-255
2761-3
2761-31
2761-32
2761-323
2761-5
2761-55
2761-58
2761-581
2761-582
2761-5822
2761-5824
2761-7
2761-76
2761-761
2761-762
2761-7621
2761-7622
2761-77
2761-772
2761-78
2761-SM
2761-M
2761-Z89
2761-S
2752-S

2771-P
2771-1
2771-1A

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.,^
Dec.
1990%-, 19902
'I4

63

2.2

0
0
0
0
0
(3
)

0
(3)
0
0
(3)
0

.8

0
.8

.7
.8
1.0
.4
.7

.9
2.0
-.2

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Greeting card publishing—Continued
Counter ca rd s.......................................................................................
Packaged cards (including boxed cards)............................................
Non-seasonal greeting ca rd s..................................................................
Counter c a rd s ......................................................................................
Packaged cards (including boxed cards)............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2771-111
2771-112
2771-1B
2771-153
2771-155
2771-SM
2771-S

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

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

116.1
117.0
116.0
115.6
121.1

129.0
124.9
122.1
(3)
121.1

129.0
124.9
122.1
122.2
121.1

11.1
12.5
5.6
5.7
4.4

Nov. 1990

0
0
0
(3
)
0

0

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

129.4
129.0
135.7
131.6
(3
)

129.7
129.4
135.9
131.6
(3)

129.6
129.2
135.8
131.6
(3
)

4.3
4.8
5.8
3.9
(3)

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

06/85
06/85
07/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

135.7
135.0
136.5
123.8
123.4
116.7

135.7
135.0
136.5
129.0
(3)
117.1

135.7
135.0
136.5
126.3
128.8
116.9

5.5
5.6
5.7
8.4
12.9
2.5

0
0
0
-2.1
(3)
-.2

06/85
06/85
06/85

115.7
116.3
119.1

116.1
116.4
119.3

116.0
116.4
119.4

2.2
1.9
1.8

-.1
0
.1

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

190.8
122.5
132.8
115.5

190.8
122.5
132.8
115.5

190.8
122.5
(3)
115.5

2.5
1.7
(3)
2.6

2789-P

12/85
12/85

113.6
113.7

114.1
114.2

114.3
114.5

2.1
2.0

.2
.3

2789-1
2789-116

12/85
12/85

111.5
118.1

111.4
118.8

112.1
119.7

.8
1.4

.6
.8

2789-141
2789-2
2789-223
2789-225
2789-261

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

109.9
115.3
106.7
102.0
114.7

110.4
116.2
106.7
103.4
115.0

110.0
116.1
106.7
103.1
114.9

3.1
2.7
-.2
.1
1.5

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

2789-291
2789-SM
2789-S
2789-SSS

12/85

126.8

127.8

127.8

5.3

0

12/85
12/85

125.6
120.3

127.3
120.3

126.7
120.3

10.8
3.3

-.5
0

06/85

109.3

109.4

109.5

.8

.1

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

109.9
110.2
112.2
111.9
115.4
(3
)

109.9
110.1
112.1
111.8
114.6
102.6

110.0
110.2
112.2
111.9
115.2
103.2

.4
.3
.4
.4
1.6
.6

.1
.1
.1
.1
.5
.6

279
2791

2793

Lithographic platemaking services........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Lithographic plates......................................................................................
Diazo type plates prepared for printing ..................................................
All other lithographic plates.....................................................................
Lithographic platemaking services.............................................................
Color corrected process positives or negatives on film ........................
All other film ............................................................................................
Assembled flats for platemaking ............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Photoengraving ........................................................................................
Other secondary products......................................................................

0

3.8

2789

Photoengraving......................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Photoengraving plates made for others.....................................................
Magnesium ................................................................. .............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................
Lithographic platemaking services .........................................................

3.6

126.1

2782-233
2782-239
2782-23998
2782-SM
2782-M
2782-S
2648-S
2782-SSS

Typesetting.............................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Photographic typesetting, including phototypesetting and photolettering
With capability to integrate text and graphics ........................................
All other phototypesetting........................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

119.2

126.1

2782-141
2782-14111
2782-14112
2782-151
2782-15155
2782-2

Service industries for the printing trade...............................................................

119.2

125.8

2782

Bookbinding and related w ork..............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Edition, library, trade and other hardcover bookbinding of materials
printed elsewhere.................................................................................
Other books n.e.c. including dictionaries................................................
Library binding including prebinding, rebinding, and hardcover
binding of periodicals........................................................................
Other book and pamphlet binding and related w ork.................................
Soft cover binding of books (49 pages or m ore)...................................
Pamphlet and other soft cover binding ..................................................
Mechanical binding of products printed elsewhere................................
Miscellaneous bookbinding work and related service operations on
material printed elsewhere...............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

119.2

278

Blankbooks and looseleaf binders........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Blankbook making.......................................................................................
Columnar, ledger, and account books....................................................
Diaries and appointment books..............................................................
Checkbooks, inserts and refills, excluding continuous forms and die
c u t......................................................................................................
Letterpress process.............................................................................
Lithographic process................................. ...........................................
Miscellaneous blankbooks and paper ruling..........................................
Other miscellaneous blankbooks........................................................
Looseleaf binders and devices...................................................................
Looseleaf binders, ring and prong type, including looseleaf memo
books .................................................................................................
Miscellaneous looseleaf binders and devices ........................................
Other looseleaf binders and devices...................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Stationery products..................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

12/85
06/85

2782-P
2782-1
2782-111
2782-135

Blankbooks, looseleaf binders, and bookbinding and related w ork....................

2795

2791-P
2791-2
2791-211
2791-212
2791-S

0
0
(3)
0

06/85
2793-P
2793-1
2793-117
2793-SM
2793-S
2793-SSS
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-SSS

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

64

117.7

118.6

118.6

7.0

0

06/85
06/85

117.3
121.1

118.1
123.9

118.1
123.9

7.4
7.5

0
0

06/85
06/85
06/85

122.1
124.9
120.3

123.7
128.8
120.3

123.7
128.8
120.3

6.7
9.2
5.1

0
0
0

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

107.5
106.9
105.0
108.3
109.8
107.8
106.1
105.3
119.1

107.7
107.2
105.8
109.8
109.8
107.8
106.0
105.3
119.1

107.7
107.3
106.1
109.8
111.8
107.8
106.1
105.3
119.1

.9
.8
.8
.6
2.3
.8
.1
0
5.2

0
.1
.3
0
1.8
0
.1
0
0

12/85
12/85
12/85

110.3
106.0
113.2

110.3
106.0
113.2

110.3
106.0
113.2

1.8
0
2.9

0
0
0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Nov.
19902

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

Chemicals and allied products.............................................................................

28

12/84

120.6

123.7

124.5

5.0

0.6

Industrial inorganic chemicals ..............................................................................

281

12/84

117.2

117.7

117.3

1.5

-.3

Alkalies and chlorine ............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Chlorine.......................................................................................................
Liquid chlorine .........................................................................................
Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) ...............................................................
All other concentrations - liquid..............................................................
50 percent regular diaphragm grade...................................................
50 percent from mercury cell ..............................................................
Other alkalies..............................................................................................
Potassium hydroxide (caustic potash, KOH)..........................................
Liquid KOH (all form s).........................................................................

2812
2812-P
2812-1
2812-115
2812-3
2812-365
2812-36511
2812-36512
2812-4
2812-421
2812-42114

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/90

127.3
132.4
85.2
83.4
160.5
164.4
171.0
152.2
110.3
111.5
102.7

123.8
131.9
82.6
80.8
160.3
164.9
171.6
151.7
112.8
115.4
106.3

122.6
127.9
69.3
67.8
159.4
163.1
170.4
148.0
112.8
115.5
106.4

-2.9
-4.9
-34.5
-35.3
5.1
5.4
8.7
-2.6
(3)
(3)
(3)

-1.0
-3.0
-16.1
-16.1
-.6
-1.1
-.7
-2.4
0
.1
.1

Industrial gase s.....................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Acetylene....................................................................................................
Carbon dioxide............................................................................................
Other industrial gases.................................................................................

2813
2813-P
2813-2
2813-3
2813-7

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

129.2
128.4
134.2
(3)
138.5

130.1
129.6
138.8
(3)
(3
)

127.7
127.2
138.8
(3)
(3)

1.8
1.8
6.6
(3)
(3)

-1.8
-1.9
0
(3)
(3)

Inorganic pigments................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Titanium pigments......................................................................................
Chrome colors and other inorganic pigments...........................................
Iron oxide pigments.................................................................................
Cadmium sulfide pigments ......................................................................
Ceramic colors.........................................................................................
All other color pigments, incl. iron blues, pearl essence, and copper
oxides................................................................................................
Not containing lead........................................................................ .....
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................
Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c........................................................

2816
2816-P
2816-1
2816-3
2816-331
2816-389
2816-391

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/90

148.5
147.7
151.4
141.3
138.4
185.2
101.4

148.6
148.7
152.6
142.3
140.7
185.2
101.4

147.1
146.8
149.5
141.9
139.6
185.2
101.4

1.9
1.4
-1.5
6.9
10.3
(3)
(3)

-1.0
-1.3
-2.0
-.3
-.8
0
0

06/83
06/90

135.1
99.5

133.7
101.9

133.5
101.7

6.2
(3)

-.1
-.2

06/83
06/83
09/84

158.5
129.0
210.4

152.1
129.9
189.5

152.9
126.6
198.6

5.7
9.8
(3
)

.5
-2.5
4.8

Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Sulfuric acid (new and fortified)..................................................................
Oleum grades..........................................................................................
Other than oleum grades........................................................................
Other inorganic acids (ex. sulfuric, nitric and phosphoric) ........................
Hydrochloric acid .....................................................................................
Hydrofluoric acid (withdrawn from system) ............................................
Other inorganic acids, n.e.c., inc. boric, chromic, hydrocyanic, and
mixed (sulf. and nitric).......................................................................
Other aluminum compounds, n.e.c..............................................................
Aluminum hydroxide (trihydrate) .............................................................
Other aluminum compounds (in. sodium aluminate, light alum.
hydroxide, cryolite and alum, etc.) ...................................................
Potassium and sodium compounds (ex. bleaches, alkalies and alums)....
Sodium compounds (inc. sodium metal) ................................................
Sodium phosphates ............................. ................................................
Sodium tripolyphosphate (STPP)......................................................
Other selected sodium phosphates (mono, di, tri, and tetrabasic;
meta- and acid pyro)..................................................................
Sodium metal and other sodium compounds (inc. sod. borate,
flouride, hydrosulfide, e tc.)................................................. ...........
Potassium compounds, n.e.c....................................................................
Inorganic chemical catalytic preparations, n.e.c.........................................
Other industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.................................................
Selected alkali earth metal compounds, n.e.c.........................................
Barium and magnesium compounds (inc. bulk epsom salts).............
Selected metallic mineral compounds, n.e.c...........................................
Copper, iron and silver compounds, n.e.c............................................
Other inorganic chemicals, n.e.c..............................................................
Other, inc. reagent from tech. grades, industrial bleaches, gold &
titanium compounds.......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2819
2819-P
2819-3
2819-314
2819-331
2819-4
2819-44
2819-463

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
08/83

118.1
126.7
105.5
80.7
111.5
98.9
117.0
95.3

119.0
127.3
106.4
(3)
112.6
98.7
117.0
(3)

119.2
127.6
106.4
(3)
112.6
98.6
117.0
(3
)

2.0
1.8
3.5
(3)
3.7
1.8
.9
(3)

.2
.2

2819-498
2819-6
2819-625

12/82
12/82
12/82

98.7
133.2
164.7

98.6
133.1
164.7

98.4
127.7
148.3

2.6
-1.0
-10.4

-4.1
-10.0

2819-671
2819-7
2819-7A
2819-73
2819-738

06/87
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

131.0
113.2
108.6
90.1
83.5

(3
)
114.1
109.5
91.1
84.2

131.0
115.9
94.8
88.6

0
3.7
3.0
4.8
4.5

(3
)
1.6
1.5
4.1
5.2

2819-739

12/82

107.9

109.6

111.0

5.2

1.3

2819-788
2819-7B
2819-8
2819-9
2819-9A
2819-922
2819-9F
2819-984
2819-9G

12/82
12/82

120.5
137.4

119.2
138.5

119.1
141.7

1.1

-.1

6.5

2.3

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

115.6
114.4
131.7
120.4
145.3
136.5

116.1
(3
)
(3)
121.6
144.0
136.9

116.7
114.2
131.3
121.6
144.1
136.8

2.0

2.3
11.5
1.6

.5
(3
)
(3)
0

2819-998
2819-SM
2819-S

12/82

159.6

160.8

160.6

6.1

-.1

12/82

149.6

151.5

151.4

3.3

-.1

12/84

113.7

117.3

120.6

6.0

2.8

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/81
12/80

137.5
127.3
125.7
110.7
158.5

144.7
133.6
133.5
112.8
165.8

151.5
136.0
136.1
112.4
165.9

10.3
6.2
7.2
1.4
4.0

4.7
1.8

Plastic materials and synthetic resins, rubbers, and non-glass
fibers...............................................................................................................
Plastic materials and resins..................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Thermoplastic resins...................................................................................
Nylon resins
.................................................................
Polyester resins saturated......................................................................

2816-393
2816-397
2816-SM
2816-S
2816-SSS
2819-S

282
2821
2821-P
2821-3
2821-311
2821-321

See footnotes at end of table.




65

111.1

.6
.6

0
(3
)
0
-.1

0
(3)
-.2

.1
-.1

1.9
-.4
.1

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Plastic materials and resins—Continued
Low density polyethylene resins.............................................................
For film and sheeting............................................................................
For all other uses.................................................................................
High density polyethylene resins............................................................
For blow molding..................................................................................
For all other uses.................................................................................
Polypropylene resins ...............................................................................
For injection molding ...........................................................................
For fiber and filaments.........................................................................
Styrene plastics materials........................................................................
All other styrene plastic materials including styrene acrylonitrile
(SAN) .............................................................................................
Vinyl and vinylidene resins......................................................................
Polyvinyl chloride..................................................................................
Other engineering thermoplastic resins..................................................
Other non-engineering thermoplastic resins..........................................
Thermosetting resins....................................................................................
Alkyd resins.............................................................................................
Phenolic and other tar acid resins .........................................................
Phenolic molding compounds..............................................................
All other phenolic and other tar acid resins........................................
All other thermosetting resins............................ ....................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

2821-331
2821-33101
2821-33103
2821-341
2821-34101
2821-34102
2821-351
2821-35101
2821-35102
2821-361

138.6
129.4
(3
)
146.1
143.7
(3
)
130.8
139.7
134.7
138.0

7.5
8.1
(3)
4.8
10.2
(3)
4.5
3.5
12.2
8.7

4.4
8.4
(3)
6.8
11.1
(3)
2.3
1.4
3.5
-.7

04/82
12/80
12/80
12/81
12/80
12/80
12/86
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

127.0
113.8
110.5
97.5
133.4
134.5
112.4
151.0
137.4
154.4
132.3

143.7
120.4
116.9
98.2
140.7
134.3
120.0
146.0
137.4
148.2
132.9

144.7
121.5
118.0
98.2
140.5
135.7
120.0
152.1
141.3
154.9
132.9

7.1
10.3
10.3
-.2
6.0
1.7
8.1
-6.0
3.5
-7.9
4.4

.7
.9
.9
0
-.1
1.0
0
4.2
2.8
4.5
0

2823

Noncellulosic manmade fib e rs.............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Nylon fibers, exc producer textured ya rn ...................................................
Yarn, exc producer textured....................................................................
Staple, tow, and fiberfill ........... ...............................................................
Polyester fibers, exc producer textured ya rn .............................................
Yarn, exc producer textured....................................................................
Industrial...............................................................................................
Other, including high denier textile yarn .............................................
Staple, tow and fiberfill ...........................................................................
Staple....................................................................................................
Tow and fiberfill....................................................................................
Polyolefin fibers, exc producer textured y a rn ............................................
Yarn, exc producer textured....................................................................
Staple, tow, and fiberfill ...........................................................................
Other fibers, exc producer textured y a rn ...................................................
Producer textured y a rn ...............................................................................
Nylon ........................................................................................................
C arpet...................................................................................................
Other .....................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

132.8
119.4
155.7
136.8
129.3
147.8
127.9
137.8
130.1
139.0

2822

Cellulosic manmade fibers....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Rayon...........................................................................................................

124.9
112.1
147.0
130.5
127.2
138.7
119.8
127.7
116.6
128.1

2821-36104
2821-371
2821-37101
2821-381
2821-399
2821-4
2821-401
2821-421
2821-42101
2821-42102
2821-499
2821-SM
2821-S

Synthetic rubber....................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Styrene butadiene (SBR)............................................................................
Styrene butadiene - solid.........................................................................
Polybutadiene..............................................................................................
Other synthetic elastomers.........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................................

12/80
12/80
12/8C
12/80
12/80
12/86
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

2824

2822-P
2822-1
2822-111
2822-2
2822-8
2822-SM

2823-P
2823-2

12/80

187.9

199.3

228.0

24.3

14.4

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

112.5
112.9
99.4
102.7
94.0
117.5

115.3
116.4
103.8
107.2
97.0
119.4

115.8
117.1
104.3
107.8
97.3
120.8

4.1
5.4
6.0
6.2
6.7
3.2

.4
.6
.5
.6
.3
1.2

06/84
06/84
06/84

125.3
125.3
138.9

127.6
127.6
141.1

127.7
127.7
(3)

2.2
2.2
(3)

.1
.1
(3)

06/81
06/81
12/89
06/81
06/81
12/89
06/81
08/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/89
12/89 '
12/89
12/89
12/89
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/89

102.5
104.3
98.9
106.3
100.2
102.2
109.9
148.7
116.1
107.9
107.0
100.0
96.7
96.2
98.9
97.0
107.2
104.5
103.6
102.6

101.7
103.5
97.0
104.0
98.6
101.3
110.1
148.3
117.3
106.3
104.3
100.0
95.8
95.0
99.2
97.6
106.3
103.3
101.8
101.9

103.1
105.1
99.9
105.0
104.6
101.2
109.7
147.6
117.3
106.3
104.3
100.0
102.1
102.3
101.7
97.6
109.7
107.7
107.2
105.5

-.1
.8
-.1
-.4
.4
1.2
.5
(3)
1.3
1.4
2.7
0
2.1
2.3
1.7
-2.4
.8
(3
)
4.6
5.5

1.4
1.5
3.0
1.0
6.1
-.1
-.4
-.5
0
0
0
0
6.6
7.7
2.5
0
3.2
4.3
5.3
3.5

94.1

(3)

2824-P
2824-1
2824-112
2824-113
2824-3
2824-311
2824-31111
2824-31113
2824-331
2824-33111
2824-33112
2824-4
2824-411
2824-412
2824-5
2824-6
2824-612
2824-61211
2824-61212
2824-SM
2824-S

06/81

94.1

94.1

2831-P
2831-A
2831-A21
2831-A22
2831-A27
2831-1

0

Drugs .....................................................................................................................

283

12/84

147.4

149.1

150.0

6.3

.6

Biological products................................................................................................
Primary products......
Diagnostic substances
Reagents...........
Standards & controls...............................................................................
Microbiology, virology & serology products............................................
Blood and blood derivatives, for human use .............................................
Other blood derivatives or fractions, except those used for passive
immunization......................................................................................
Biological products for veterinary use, except diagnostics........................
Vaccines, bacterins, toxoids & other antigens for active immunization
Biological products for industrial & other uses .........................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2831

03/80
03/80
06/87
06/87
06/87
06/87
03/80

153.2
150.3
108.8
106.8
97.9
120.1
118.2

152.8
150.9
109.8
107.3
97.9
122.3
117.6

153.0
151.2
109.5
107.8
97.0
121.9
117.6

3.2
3.8
4.3
1.4
-10.5
20.1
.1

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

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/87

116.9
87.5
83.6
122.7

116.6
88.1
84.4
123.9

116.5
88.0
84.4
123.6

.6
.7
-1.6
-2.4

-.1
-.1
0
-.2

12/80
03/80

174.6
157.9

174.6
148.5

174.6
148.5

4.1
-1.7

0
0

Medicinal chemicals and botanical products (in b u lk)........................................

2833

06/82

104.5

107.0

108.1

4.2

1.0

2831-119
2831-8
2831-814
2831-9
2831-SM
2831-M
2831-S

See footnotes at end of table.




66

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Medicinal chemicals and botanical products (in bulk)—Continued
Primary products............................................................................................
Synthetic organic medicinal chemicals......................................................
Central stimulants and depressants.......................................................
Synthetic vitamins....................................................................................
All other synthetic organic medicinal chemicals ...:.................................
Other medicinals and botanicals................................................................
All other organic medicinals....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products......................................................................
Pharmaceutical preparations................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Pharmaceutical preparations, prescription.................................................
Analgesics................................................................................................
Narcotic analgesics ...
Non-narcotic analgesics
Aspirin, APC and related
Antiarthritics................
Anticonvulsants..........
Systemic antihistamines..........................................................................
Systemic anti-infectives...........................................................................
Broad and medium spectrum antibiotics.............................................
Cephalosporins .................................................................................
Erythromycins....................................................................................
Tetracyclines .....................................................................................
Other broad and medium spectrum antibiotics ...............................
Systemic penicillins..............................................................................
Urinary antibacterials...........................................................................
Bronchial therapy.....................................................................................
Cancer therapy products ........................................................................
Cardiovascular therapy
Antihypertensive drugs
Vasodilators .............
Other cardiovasculars
CNS stimulants/antiobesity preparations...............................................
Cough and cold preparations..................................................................
Dermatological preparations....................................................................
Acne preparations................................................................................
Fungicides.............................................. ..............................................
Topical anti-infectives..........................................................................
Antipruritics...........................................................................................
Diabetes therapy.....................................................................................
Diuretics ...................................................................................................
Hormones ................................................................................................
Muscle relaxants.....................................................................................
Nutrients and supplements......................................................................
Opthalmic and otic preparations.............................................................
Psychotherapeutics..................................................................................
Tranquilizers ...
Major tranquilizers ............................................................................
Minor tranquilizers
Antidepressants....................................................................................
Sedatives .........
Vitamins............
Adult multivitamins ...............................................................................
Miscellaneous prescription pharmaceutical preparations.......................
Pharmaceutical preparations, non-prescription .........................................
Analgesics, internal (except antiarthritics)..............................................
Non-aspirin (including effervesent) .....................................................
Antacids .................................
Antiseptics and antibacterials
Cough and cold preparations
Cough syrups, elixirs, expectorants, drops, lozenges, gums, troches
Decongestants......................................................................................
Other cough and cold preparations, inc. decongestant and
antihistamine mixtures...................................................................
Dermatologicals.......................................................................................
Antipruritics...........................................................................................
Other dermatologicals .........................................................................
External analgesics and counterirritants.................................................
Laxatives..................................................................................................
Nutrients and supplements.....................................................................
Vitamins....................................................................................................
Adult multivitamins ...............................................................................
B-complex ............................................................................................
Other vitamins......................................................................................
Miscellaneous non-prescription pharmaceutical preparations...............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

2833-P
2833-1
2833-131
2833-151
2833-161
2833-3
2833-398
2833-SM
2833-S
2833-SSS
2834
2834-P
2834-1
2834-102
2834-1021
2834-1022
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
2834-126
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
2834-14819
2834-198
2834-2
2834-201
2834-20102
2834-202
2834-206
2834-208
2834-20819
2834-20849
2834-20851
2834-209
2834-20905
2834-20909
2834-211
2834-216
2834-217
2834-221
2834-22101
2834-22102
2834-22109
2834-298
2834-SM

See footnotes at end of table.




67

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/90

100.7
99.5
62.7
140.4
93.7
106.4
100.0

103.9
102.1
64.3
150.0
93.7
112.3
99.9

103.9
102.2
64.6
150.0
93.7
112.4
100.1

4.1
3.4
(3
)
(3)
(3
)
7.7
(3
)

0
.1
.5
0
0
.1
.2

06/82
06/82

118.8
118.2

118.6
118.2

124.4
118.2

5.2
.7

4.9
0

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
08/81
10/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
08/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
12/87
12/87
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

204.8
210.1
228.2
295.2
272.3
305.8
365.9
163.3
269.8
309.3
173.8
160.7
200.0
109.6
186.5
101.1
169.2
261.3
277.1
366.1
244.7
242.4
213.1
248.6
445.5
249.3
282.5
132.4
227.8
104.4
265.8
165.9
211.3
179.3
253.2
230.0
302.1
355.4
137.7
119.3
154.1
143.7
525.1
178.8
212.5
229.4
167.6
204.7
164.6
166.4
151.9
183.9
157.0
216.9

207.1
212.7
232.2
301.1
253.2
317.6
377.9
165.8
286.6
316.8
180.5
167.6
214.9
113.9
187.7
100.4
169.2
281.9
286.1
370.0
245.9
242.4
213.2
251.2
(3
)
249.5
285.2
140.9
230.3
104.5
265.8
171.2
214.8
174.1
255.6
230.0
312.9
367.3
141.9
(3
)
156.7
149.4
525.1
190.1
230.3
229.7
169.7
218.5
(3)
165.7
151.9
184.5
160.0
216.0

208.3
214.3
233.4
301.1
253.2
317.6
377.9
151.9
291.7
316.8
179.8
166.7
212.0
113.9
190.4
100.5
169.2
280.9
286.0
369.6
249.0
243.6
226.3
251.2
451.1
249.4
285.2
140.9
230.3
104.5
265.8
171.2
213.2
190.7
255.6
(3
)
316.0
376.5
146.6
135.2
156.7
150.8
525.1
190.6
231.3
232.7
169.5
218.5
(3)
165.7
151.9
185.0
161.9
216.0

6.8
7.3
8.3
6.1
-6.3
8.7
9.0
5.9
13.8
11.4
4.8
3.0
6.7
4.4
5.7
-7.0
7.6
9.0
9.4
6.8
7.5
3.7
11.7
9.1
15.6
9.4
7.2
9.0
6.2
3.5
11.3
7.0
7.1
22.1
8.1
(3)
5.0
17.4
15.7
17.6
14.3
21.0
15.7
9.6
11.6
5.7
3.2
8.4
(3)
.1
.7
3.8
6.6
1.8

.6
.8
.5
0
0
0
0
-8.4
1.8
0
-.4
-.5
-1.3
0
1.4
.1
0
-.4
0
-.1
1.3
.5
6.1
0
(3)
0
0
0
0
0
0
.0
-.7
9.5
0
(3
)
1.0
2.5
3.3
(3)
0
.9
0
.3
.4
1.3
-.1
0
(3
)
0
0
.3
1.2
0

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

182.2
162.5
106.8
187.3
98.1
159.0
107.6
135.4
133.3
137.1
139.8
181.4

182.2
164.4
108.0
190.1
98.2
159.0
107.3
137.3
135.8
137.1
140.8
181.4

182.2
164.4
108.0
190.1
98.2
159.0
107.3
136.1
135.8
132.1
138.3
181.4

-.2
-1.7
1.5
-2.1
-10.1
6.1
.8
4.2
4.1
2.8
(3)
-.2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.9
0
-3.6
-1.8
0

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Soap, detergents, and cleaning preparations, perfumes, cosmetics and other
toilet preparations..........................................................................................

2834-M
2834-Z89
2834-S
2831-S
2834-SSS
2844-S

284

Soap and other detergents...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Soap and detergents, nonhousehold ........................................................
Acid-type cleaners................................................. .................................
Metal cleaners......................................................................................
Liquid metal cleaners........................................................................
Synthetic organic detergents, nonhousehold.........................................
Dry (powders) .......................................................................................
Dry (powders), anionic base ............................................................
Liquid.....................................................................................................
Liquid, anionic base..........................................................................
Liquid, nonionic or other b a s e .........................................................
Soaps, except specialty cleaners, nonhousehold..................................
Liquid.....................................................................................................
Other nonhousehold soap, including mechanics’ hand s o a p ............
Alkaline detergents, nonhousehold.........................................................
Machine dishwashing compounds.......................................................
D ry .....................................................................................................
Other liquid alkaline detergents ..........................................................
Dry alkaline detergent hard surface cleaners.....................................
Household detergents.................................................................................
Synthetic organic detergents, household...............................................
D ry.........................................................................................................
Heavy duty, phosphate based .........................................................
Heavy duty, phosphate fre e .............................................................
Liquid.....................................................................................................
Light d u ty ..........................................................................................
Heavy-duty.........................................................................................
Alkaline detergents, household...............................................................
Household soap, except specialty cleaners..............................................
Toilet soaps, excluding medicated soaps ..............................................
B ars.......................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
All other secondary products..................................................................
Polishes and sanitation g oods................................................................
Surfactants...............................................................................................

2841

Specialty cleaning, polishing and sanitation preparations...................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Household bleaches ...................................................................................
Liquid, less than 7% chlorine or equivalent oxidizing agent..................
Dry, less than 50% chlorine or equivalent oxidizing agent....................
Specialty cleaning and sanitation products...............................................
Glass window cleaning preparations.......................................................
Toilet bowl cleaners and drain pipe solvents........................................
Toilet bowl cleaners.............................................................................
Drain pipe solvents..............................................................................
Disinfectants for uses other than agricultural........................................
Deodorants, nonpersonal ........................................................................
Aerosol typ e ..........................................................................................
Other deodorants, nonpersonal ..........................................................
Household laundry aids ..........................................................................
Fabric softeners and rinses.................................................................
Other spec, deterg. incl. sweeping cmpds., waterless hand clnrs.,
ironing aids, and wall clnrs...............................................................
Polishing preparations and related products.............................................
Automobile body polishes and cleaners.................................................
Furniture polishes and cleaners..............................................................
Floor polish............................................ .................................................
Water emulsion.....................................................................................
Liquid (other than water emulsion)......................................................
Leather dressings and finishes, excluding shoe polish .........................
Related products, including metal polish and polishing cloths and
papers ...............................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales ....................................................................................................

2842

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

198.1
198.1
171.2
287.2
175.8
107.2

198.1
198.1
172.2
294.5
170.8
110.8

194.8
194.8
172.3
294.8
170.8
110.8

6.5
6.5
2.0
3.7
.8
3.6

-1.7
-1.7
.1
.1
0
0

115.7

116.4

116.9

2.1

.4

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

2841-P
2841-1
2841-1A
2841-17
2841-177
2841-1B
2841-1 BA
2841-141
2841-1BB
2841-145
2841-149
2841-1C
2841-114
2841-119
2841-1D
2841-1 DA
2841-123
2841-125
2841-126
2841-2
2841-2A
2841-2AA
2841-224
2841-226
2841-2AB
2841-231
2841-235
2841-21
2841-3
2841-311
2841-313
2841-SM
2841 -M
2841-S
2841-SSS
2842-S
2843-S

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/89
06/83
06/89
06/83
06/83
06/89
07/89
04/85
06/83
06/89
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
09/83
06/83
06/83
06/89
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/89

114.9
113.3
128.0
112.7
111.3
111.3
132.5
102.6
131.0
103.0
135.6
129.2
100.2
100.1
109.4
132.5
103.6
149.0
124.1
126.9
100.9
99.3
109.2
110.4
94.9
84.4
84.6
92.0
106.2
137.8
139.1
104.8

115.5
113.6
128.6
112.8
111.4
111.4
133.0
102.4
131.0
103.7
137.5
129.2
100.4
100.3
109.8
133.6
104.4
150.7
125.4
127.2
101.2
99.3
109.2
110.4
94.9
84.4
84.6
91.9
108.0
137.8
139.1
104.8

115.7
113.7
128.5
112.9
111.7
111.7
132.9
102.4
131.0
103.6
137.1
129.2
100.4
100.3
109.8
133.4
104.0
149.7
125.4
128.1
101.2
99.3
109.1
110.4
94.8
84.4
84.6
92.0
108.0
138.2
139.1
104.8

1.7
1.6
1.3
.1
.3
.3
2.1
2.4
2.7
1.9
1.3
2.8
.3
(3
)
.7
1.6
1.2
1.8
2.1
2.2
.3
0
0
0
.4
0
0
-.1
1.3
5.1
4.7
4.8

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

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

127.5
117.5
119.2
139.6
96.6

127.5
119.2
122.6
141.1
98.5

127.5
120.3
121.9
142.4
98.4

0
2.7
2.5
2.4
5.0

0
.9
-.6
.9
-.1

2842-P
2842-2
2842-243
2842-253
2842-3
2842-311
2842-331
2842-33111
2842-33121
2842-332
2842-38
2842-381
2842-385
2842-39
2842-394

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/89
06/89
06/83
06/83
11/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

118.8
120.7
122.4
121.3
132.5
120.5
111.6
123.3
95.5
107.5
125.1
122.1
124.2
116.1
123.2
123.2

119.5
121.2
122.4
121.3
132.5
121.2
116.1
123.9
96.1
107.5
126.4
122.1
124.2
116.1
123.2
123.2

120.3
122.3
124.1
123.1
132.5
121.6
116.1
125.7
95.9
112.6
127.9
117.8
108.6
116.2
123.2
123.2

3.2
3.2
3.3
2.8
9.0
2.6
6.7
3.8
2.5
6.4
4.6
.4
-11.7
5.4
-.2
-.2

.7
.9
1.4
1.5
0
.3
0
1.5
-.2
4.7
1.2
-3.5
-12.6
.1
0
0

2842-399
2842-4
2842-411
2842-415
2842-42
2842-421
2842-423
2842-463

06/89
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
07/83
06/89

103.1
119.5
113.2
121.4
114.2
111.8
125.6
95.9

103.3
120.1
113.2
(3
)
114.2
111.8
125.6
97.0

106.5
122.4
113.2
124.8
116.3
111.8
143.8
97.0

5.8
4.8
3.7
4.4
4.5
2.4
19.3
1.1

3.1
1.9
0
(3
)
1.8
0
14.5
0

2842-498
2842-SM
2842-M
2842-Z89

06/83

130.4

130.4

137.2

9.4

5.2

06/83
06/83

97.5
97.5

97.5
97.5

97.5
97.5

1.2
1.2

0
0

See footnotes at end of table.




Dec.
19902

12/84

Pharmaceutical preparations—Continued
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
R esales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Biological products ..................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................
Cosmetics and toiletries..........................................................................

Nov.
19902

68

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
1990?

Specialty cleaning, polishing and sanitation preparations—Continued
Secondary products...................................................................................
Soap and other detergents ....................................................................
All other secondary products.................................................................
Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.....................................................................

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

2842-S
2841-S
2842-SSS
2879-S

123.4
130.9
110.0
128.3

124.8
130.9
113.9
128.4

125.0
132.4
112.5
128.6

3.4
3.9
1.5
5.5

0.2
1.1
-1.2
.2

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
03/84
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
07/89
12/83
12/83

125.2
128.7
117.7
117.4
120.1
105.5
118.0
114.6
131.5
126.2
141.9
112.6
144.3
114.3
142.3
100.7
122.9
111.6

127.9
131.8
119.5
118.6
121.4
106.3
120.4
116.4
134.8
133.5
153.7
115.4
154.5
117.1
142.8
102.1
123.0
113.0

130.7
135.1
122.5
124.7
129.0
106.3
120.5
116.7
138.2
136.1
158.6
(3
)
154.8
117.1
148.3
(3
)
124.8
114.2

5.7
7.5
5.2
7.1
8.5
.8
3.3
1.8
7.7
12.8
18.9
(3)
11.4
2.8
6.3
(3
)
.8
-2.1

2.2
2.5
2.5
5.1
6.3
0
.1
.3
2.5
1.9
3.2
(3
)
.2
0
3.9
(3)
1.5
1.1

2844-P
2844-1
2844-156
2844-2
2844-2A
2844-211
2844-223
2844-232
2844-23201
2844-23202
2844-3
2844-3A
2844-321
2844-3B
2844-341
2844-36A
2844-363
2844-31
2844-31A
2844-316
2844-337
2844-351
2844-4
2844-421
2844-498
2844-5
2844-51
2844-51A
2844-511
2844-512
2844-513
2844-514
2844-51B
2844-516

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
12/86
12/86
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
12/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
12/86
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80

153.3
155.5
139.9
128.6
159.7
155.0
150.1
164.2
161.7
106.5
131.1
151.7
143.7
137.6
161.6
166.1
129.1
164.6
113.7
112.0
107.8
153.2
190.5
136.8
132.8
106.5
161.4
156.0
171.9
204.2
158.7
171.6
154.8
141.6
111.8

154.3
156.1
143.8
132.7
159.2
156.0
150.1
166.5
160.3
105.0
131.3
152.7
145.2
138.9
161.6
167.4
129.0
164.5
114.0
112.3
108.1
162.7
190.5
136.1
130.9
(3
)
162.2
158.0
172.3
203.8
155.0
177.0
154.8
145.1
(3)

154.6
156.4
141.4
131.0
160.0
157.5
152.6
166.5
160.7
105.4
131.3
152.7
145.2
138.9
161.6
167.4
129.0
164.5
114.0
112.3
108.1
162.7
190.5
137.8
133.8
(3)
162.6
159.0
174.2
203.8
158.9
177.0
159.1
145.2
111.8

1.6
1.3
2.2
2.9
-4.4
4.5
4.8
4.0
-8.9
-15.2
5.6
5.1
1.8
1.8
4.2
3.0
4.3
6.0
9.3
10.1
10.9
9.3
2.9
.6
.5
(3)
2.3
2.4
2.5
-.2
1.9
4.7
4.9
2.3
3.1

.2
.2
-1.7
-1.3
.5
1.0
1.7
0
.2
.4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1.2
2.2
(3)
.2
.6
1.1
.0
2.5
0
2.8
.1
(3)

2844-519
2844-52A
2844-521
2844-522

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80

131.2
168.7
139.8
154.1

131.6
169.3
139.9
154.1

133.4
169.2
139.9
154.1

-1.7
3.4
5.9
0

1.4
-.1
0
0

2844-523
2844-52B
2844-52C
2844-528
2844-53
2844-54
2844-543
2844-56
2844-561
2844-59
2844-SM
2844-M
2844-Z89
2844-S

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80

202.1
169.9
162.9
139.9
149.4
167.0
168.7

203.3
170.2
163.2
140.5
149.4
164.3
157.7

203.2
170.2
163.2
140.5
149.4
165.4
162.5

2.6
3.7
4.1
.5
1.2
4.9
-4.9

0
0
0
0
0
.7
3.0

03/80
12/80

(3
)
132.4

(3
)
136.1

(3
)
135.7

(3)
6.7

(3)
-.3

03/80
12/80
03/80

103.8
103.6
220.2

105.5
105.3
226.2

105.5
105.3
226.2

1.7
1.7
4.3

0
0
0

2843

Toilet preparations................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Shaving preparations..................................................................................
Aftershave preparations..........................................................................
Perfume, toilet water, and cologne............................................................
Perfume....................................................................................................
Perfume oil mixtures and blends.........................................................
Liquid and solid perfume.....................................................................
Cologne and toilet water.........................................................................
Cologne
Toilet water
Hair preparalions
Hair tonics and rinses.............................................................................
Hair tonics (including conditioners)......................................................
Hair dressings and sprays......................................................................
Hair dressings......................................................................................
Hair sprays...........................................................................................
Aerosol hair sprays...........................................................................
Shampoos................................................................................................
Synthetic organic detergent.................................................................
Liquid synthetic organic detergent ...................................................
Permanents - both home and commercial.............................................
Hair coloring preparations ......................................................................
Dentifrices ...................................................................................................
Toothpaste...............................................................................................
Other oral hygiene products............
Other cosmetics and toilet preparations
Creams and lotio n s.........................
Creams ........................................
Cleansing cream s.....................
Foundation creams...................
Lubricating creams, including hormone creams..............................
Other creams ...........................
Lotions and o ils ...........................
Cleansing lotions ..............................................................................
Other lotions & oils, including petroleum jellies but excluding
hair, aftershave & bath o ils ........................................................
Cosmetics..................................................
Lip preparations (lipstick, lip gloss, etc.)
Blushers (rouges), excluding lip rouge ...
Eye preparations (mascara, eye shadows, eye liners, eye creams,
e tc .)................................................................................................
Deodorants..............................................................................................
Underarm deodorants..........................................................................
Liquid, cream and roll-on deodorants..............................................
Manicure preparations.............................................................................
Powders...................................................................................................
Face powders......................................................................................
Bath oils and sa lts...................................................................................
Bath oils and s a lts ...............................................................................
Other cosmetics and toilet preparations ................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales...................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

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

2843-P
2843-1
2843-13
2843-131
2843-135
2843-16
2843-161
2843-5
2843-53
2843-535
2843-537
2843-539
2843-55
2843-57
2843-571
2843-579
2843-S

Surface-active agents...........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Textile and leather assistants and finishes ...............................................
Assistants................................................................................................
Textile ..................................................................................................
Leather.................................................................................................
Finishes...................................................................................................
Textile ..................................................................................................
Bulk surface-active agents (surfactants)....................................................
Anionic.....................................................................................................
Sulfonic acids.......................................................................................
Sulfuric acid esters ..............................................................................
Other anionic surfactants....................................................................
Cationic ...................................................................................................
Nonionic...................................................................................................
Carboxylic acid amides........................................................................
Other nonionic surfactants...................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2844

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
1990?

69

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

Paints and allied products ....................................................................................

285

06/83

125.4

126.6

127.4

4.2

0.6

Paints and Allied Products....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Architectural coatings, including architectural lacquers............................
Exterior.....................................................................................................
Solvent-type..........................................................................................
Paints and tinting bases, including barn and roof paints................
Stains, including shingle and shake.................................................
Water-type............................................................................................
Paints and tinting bases, including barn and roof paints................
Interior......................................................................................................
Solvent-type..........................................................................................
Semigloss, eggshell and satin paints and tinting bases .................
Water-type............................................................................................
Flat paints and tinting bases............................................................
Semigloss, eggshell and satin paints and tinting bases .................
Other interior water thinned coatings..............................................
Product finishes for original equipment manufacturers (OEM), excluding
marine coatings....................................................................................
Transportation finishes, except powdered and high-solids coatings.....
Automobile finishes..............................................................................
Other transportation equipment finishes, including aircraft and
railroad...........................................................................................
Wood finishes...........................................................................................
Wood furniture, cabinet, and fixture finishes.......................................
Wood and composition board flat stock finishes................................
Appliance, heating and air conditioner finishes......................................
Sheet, strip and coil coatings, including sidings, excluding
containers.........................................................................................
Container and closure finishes ...............................................................
Machinery and equipment finishes, including road building and farm
implement.........................................................................................
Metal furniture and fixture finishes.........................................................
High-solids finishes (over 62.5 percent solids).......................................
Other product finishes, except semi-manufactured (e.g. pigment
dispersions, and ink vehicles)..........................................................
Special purpose coatings, including all marine coatings..........................
Industrial maintenance paints (specially formulated)............................
Interior...................................................................................................
Exterior .................................................................................................
Automotive and machinery refinish coatings.........................................
Paints and enamels, except laquers ...................................................
Primers and undercoaters....................................................................
Lacquers...............................................................................................
Marine paints and enamels (shelf goods and specially formulated,
excluding spar varnish).....................................................................
Aerosol paints ..........................................................................................
Other special purpose coatings..............................................................
Miscellaneous allied paint products...........................................................
Thinners for dopes & lacquers & oleoresinous thinners, inc. mixtures
& proprietary thinners........................................................................
Misc. related products, inc. brush cleaners, nonpressure wood
preservatives, putty, etc.....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................

2851
2851-P
2851-1
2851-1A
2851-1AA
2851-112
2851-137
2851-1AB
2851-141
2851-1B
2851-1 BA
2851-169
2851-18
2851-181
2851-183
2851-188

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
12/88
06/83
06/83
12/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
12/88

125.4
124.1
131.0
125.3
130.8
106.7
134.0
120.6
110.5
136.3
133.8
138.4
137.5
138.9
133.5
115.9

126.6
125.2
132.2
126.4
132.8
108.6
134.2
121.0
111.0
137.4
133.9
138.5
139.1
141.2
133.8
117.4

127.4
125.5
132.9
126.9
132.7
108.3
134.2
122.0
112.0
138.3
134.4
140.2
140.1
142.8
134.1
117.4

4.2
3.9
3.7
4.2
3.4
3.0
6.0
48
4.6
3.2
2.1
4.3
3.7
4.2
2.8
4.6

.6
.2
.5
.4
-.1
-.3
0
.8
.9
.7
.4
1.2
.7
1.1
.2
0

2851-2
2851-2A
2851-222

06/83
06/83
06/83

113.7
119.5
118.2

114.3
117.6
115.4

114.4
118.1
115.9

2.7
1.3
0

.1
.4
.4

2851-225
2851-2B
2851-237
2851-239
2851-235

12/88
06/83
06/83
12/88
06/83

113.4
110.9
114.6
103.8
97.6

115.9
113.4
117.7
104.5
(3)

115.9
114.0
118.4
104.9
(3)

10.2
4.4
4.7
3.2
(3)

0
.5
.6
.4
(3)

2851-241
2851-243

06/83
06/83

113.0
108.3

111.8
108.4

113.1
108.4

2.8
2.8

1.2
0

2851-247
2851-249
2851-254

06/83
06/83
06/83

127.7
108.1
130.5

135.0
111.9
133.7

133.3
111.9
132.7

8.8
2.6
7.2

-1.3
0
-.7

2851-267
2851-3
2851-3A
2851-301
2851-305
2851-3BA
2851-314
2851-316
2851-327

12/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

103.6
125.7
126.6
132.8
123.2
131.9
130.4
146.2
127.3

103.6
128.0
130.3
138.0
126.2
132.8
130.7
146.2
131.0

103.6
127.8
130.7
137.9
126.8
132.7
130.6
146.2
130.8

.4
6.8
6.5
7.7
5.8
7.1
7.8
6.3
6.3

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

2851-315
2851-33
2851-398
2851-5

12/88
07/83
12/88
12/88

111.7
109.0
104.1
112.1

(3)
115.7
104.3
112.4

114.3
113.5
105.6
112.4

5.7
6.6
2.8
2.8

(3)
-1.9
1.2
0

2851-531

06/83

135.2

134.1

134.1

4.6

0

2851-598
2851-SM
2851 -M
2851-Z89
2851-S
2851SSSSS
2891-S

12/88

108.5

109.6

109.6

2.3

0

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

134.4
135.2
139.6
122.6

135.7
136.5
142.7
(3)

142.2
143.0
142.8
122.6

8.5
8.5
.7
-1.0

4.8
4.8
.1
(3)

12/88

101.1

103.5

103.5

-2.6

0

12/84

118.2

125.1

125.1

5.4

0

2861-P
2861-1
2861-2
2861-25
2861-252
2861-255
2861-29

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

116.1
110.4
114.4
107.1
118.7
119.8
118.8
83.0

116.5
110.8
114.4
107.6
118.7
119.8
118.8
83.7

118.0
112.3
114.4
109.5
121.6
119.8
121.7
84.8

3.4
3.4
-5.1
6.6
3.5
6.2
3.5
10.0

1.3
1.4
0
1.8
2.4
0
2.4
1.3

2861-298

06/84

90.1

90.1

89.9

2.7

-.2

2865-P
2865-1
2865-199

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

113.7
119.7
119.1
124.5

117.2
125.6
127.1
132.0

116.0
124.5
125.7
130.5

3.3
5.4
6.1
3.2

-1.0
-.9
-1.1
-1.1

Adhesives and sealants................................ ..........................................
Industrial organic chemicals.................................................................................

286

Gum and wood chemicals....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Softwood distillation products.....................................................................
Other gum and wood chemicals................................................................
Hardwood distillation products................................................................
Charcoal, excluding briquets................................................................
Charcoal briquets, including blends with lignite or other materials
Tall o ils .....................................................................................................
Other tall oil derivatives, including rosin acid salts, except tall
oil fatty acids .................................................................................

2861

Cyclic (coal tar) crudes and intermediates, organic dyes and
pigments.........................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Cyclic intermediates....................................................................................
Other cyclic intermediates......................................................................

2865

See footnotes at end of table.




70

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

03/83
12/82

149.3
118.6

175.0
122.6

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

134.8
128.4
137.7
126.2

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

2869-P
2869-3
2869-311
2869-31112
2869-331
2869-351
2869-35199
2869-5
2869-512
2869-51212
2869-599
2869-59912
2869-59913
2869-59999

Nov. 1990

161.3
122.7

-4.3
3.6

-7.8
.1

135.8
132.8
145.7
129.7

135.5
132.4
145.7
129.2

3.3
5.8
14.5
3.7

-.2
-.3
0
-.4

126.9
126.9
102.5
106.1

O
(3)
100.3
103.5

119.7
119.7
100.3
103.5

.8
.8
-1.6
5.8

(3)
(3)

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
07/87
12/82

123.0
106.8
88.6
95.6
111.8
120.0
67.0
66.5
113.8
95.8
115.8
117.5
123.3
94.8
112.7

131.7
111.9
91.6
96.8
111.8
124.3
70.3
69.8
128.8
103.8
119.9
141.5
153.4
128.2
125.6

131.7
113.1
93.3
103.1
118.7
124.3
70.3
69.8
127.5
96.8
109.5
144.3
163.0
146.3
118.7

6.5
3.3
6.9
13.5
6.6
5.7
2.8
2.8
14.5
9.8
6.9
21.6
24.2
67.4
8.8

0
1.1
1,9
6.5
6.2
0
0
0
-1.0
-6.7
-8.7
2.0
6.3
14.1
-5.5

2869-6

12/82

113.1

125.7

122.2

14.4

-2.8

2869-699
2869-7
2869-721
2869-722
2869-736
2869-738
2869-747
2869-754

12/82
12/82
06/87
07/87
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

112.0
107.5
160.0
111.2
228.7
100.3
99.0
98.6

112.1
111.6
<
3)
(3)
249.0
115.3
99.0
104.7

112.1
113.8
(3)
(3)
253.1
109.2
99.0
105.9

0
.9
(3)
(3)
-14.8
11.7
-6.8
12.3

0
2.0
<
3)
(3)
1.6
-5.3
0
1.1

2869-799
2869-SM
2869-M
2869-Z89
2869-S
2821-S
2865-S
2869-SSS

Cyclic (coal tar) crudes and intermediates, organic dyes and
pigments—Continued
Phenol...................................................................................................
Miscellaneous other cyclic intermediates............. ..............................
Synthetic organic dyes ............................... ...............................................
Synthetic organic d yes............................................................................
Synthetic organic pigments (lakes and toners).........................................
Phthalocyanine blue (Blue 15) ............................................................
Other synthetic organic pigments.......................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
R esales......................................... ..........................................................
Secondary products...................................................................................
Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c...........................................................

Dec. 1989

12/82

97.7

98.7

99.1

-3.5

.4

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

141.4
143.8
150.4
121.9
120.9
183.0

144.6
147.1
165.8
137.4
170.0
183.1

153.6
156.3
163.0
148.9
139.2
183.2

13.4
13.4
10.0
23.1
5.9
5.2

6.2
6.3
-1.7
8.4
-18.1
.1

2865-19915
2865-19999
2865-2
2865-299
2865-3
2865-31111
2865-31199
2865-SM
2865-M
2865-289
2865-S
2869-S

0
0

Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c........................................................................
Primary products........................................................................ ...................
Synthetic organic chemicals, n.e.c..............................................................
Flavor and perfume materials.................................................................
Chemical compounds, mixed...............................................................
Rubber processing chemicals.................................................................
Plasticizers...............................................................................................
Other plasticizers..................................................................................
Ethyl alcohol and other industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c.......................
Ethyl alcohol............................................................................................
Denatured (special or complete) ethyl a lcohol...................................
Other industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c.................................................
Ethylene................................................................................................
Propylene, chemical.............................................................................
Miscellaneous other industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c......................
Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products, excluding
u re a ......................................................................................................
Other miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products,
excluding u rea...................................................................................
Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals and chemical products
Acetic a c id ...............................................................................................
Acetone....................................................................................................
Ethylene oxide.........................................................................................
Formaldehyde..........................................................................................
Propylene glycol......................................................................................
Alcohols, synthetic, monohydric .............................................................
Other miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals and chemical
products............................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Plastic materials and resins....................................................................
Cyclic crudes and intermediates, organic dyes and pigments ..............
Other secondary products........................... ...........................................

2869

Agricultural chemicals...........................................................................................

287

12/84

107.7

112.9

112.9

7.3

0

Nitrogenous fertilizers...........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Synthetic ammonia, nitric acid and ammonium compounds.....................
Nitrate (100% NH4N03).........................................................................
Nitrate for fertilizer use
Solid nitrate .........
Explosive nitrate and other uses ........................................................
Nitrogen solutions and other ammonium compounds...........................
Nitrogen solutions, including mixtures containing urea (100% N).......
Anhydrous and aqua ammonia...............................................................
Anhydrous ammonia............................................................................
Urea.............................................................................................................
Fertilizer material of organic origin.............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2873

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/80
12/79
06/81
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
06/86

115.0
104.5
105.6
109.7
93.1
105.7
101.9
97.0
103.8
106.8
106.8
98.5
116.6

130.1
120.1
120.1
116.0
98.7
112.1
106.8
113.3
120.9
126.6
126.6
119.3
115.1

130.5
120.7
122.0
117.6
100.3
113.9
107.5
113.8
121.5
129.6
129.6
114.9
115.1

16.2
18.1
15.4
12.5
14.5
14.6
6.9
12.1
15.5
21.5
21.5
31.9
-1.3

.3
.5
1.6
1.4
1.6
1.6
.7
.4
.5
2.4
2.4
-3.7
0

12/79

164.8

171.5

171.5

5.2

0

Phosphatic fertilizers.............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Superphosphate and other phosphatic fertilizer materials .......................
Superphosphate......................................................................................
Triple superphosphates (42% P205 and above)................................
Ammonium phosphates and other phosphatic fertilizer materials........
Ammonium phosphates............................................................ ...........
Mixed fertilizers (produced from one or more materials made in the
same p la n t)....................................................................... ..................

2874
2874-P
2874-2
2874-2A
2874-241
2874-2B
2874-251

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

117.9
113.4
108.1
107.9
106.4
108.1
108.9

123.3
118.6
114.8
117.2
115.6
114.0
114.9

121.9
117.0
112.4
114.8
113.3
111.7
112.5

7.6
8.6
15.5
28.0
28.0
12.3
12.2

-1.1
-1 3
-2.1
-2.0
-2.0
-2.0
-2.1

2874-4

12/79

129.2

128.8

128.6

7.3

-.2

Fertilizers, mixing o n ly ..........................................................................................

2875

12/79

124.5

126.8

127.5

4.5

.6

2873-P
2873-1
2873-1A
2873-15A
2873-152
2873-153
2873-1B
2873-155
2873-13
2873-131
2873-2
2873-3
2873-SM
2873-S

See footnotes at end of table.




71

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
Aug.
19902

Fertilizers, mixing only—Continued
Primary products............................................................................................
Mixed fertilizers (made by plants which do not manufacture phosphatic
fertilizer materials)................................................................ ...............
Solid, b u lk ................................................................................................
Solid, bagged...........................................................................................
Fluid.........................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products...................................................................................

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

2875-P

12/79

122.3

123.7

123.9

2.3

0.2

2875-4
2875-411
2875-421
2875-431
2875-SM
2875-M
2875-Z89
2875-S

06/86
06/86
06/86
06/86

108.6
107.0
112.6
103.2

109.9
108.7
113.7
103.1

110.0
109.3
113.5
102.9

2.3
3.9
2.0
-1.6

.1
.6
-.2
-.2

12/79
12/79
12/79

130.4
130.1
138.7

135.0
134.7
149.6

137.8
137.5
149.1

10.6
10.5
16.3

2.1
2.1
-.3

2879-P

06/82
06/82

114.4
117.5

116.7
120.5

117.1
121.0

3.7
5.3

.3
.4

2879-5
2879-525
2879-52531
2879-52541
2879-52561

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/86

127.8
125.9
132.4
130.0
111.5

131.7
130.5
140.7
132.8
112.6

132.5
131.3
140.7
134.9
113.8

6.0
6.3
8.4
6.7
3.4

.6
.6
0
1.6
1.1

2879-6
2879-625
2879-62561
2879-62579

06/82
06/82
10/82
06/82

112.8
114.4
112.5
95.4

116.0
117.5
112.5
100.8

116.1
117.6
112.5
100.9

4.9
4.8
0
5.5

.1
.1
0
.1

2879-7
2879-725
2879-72579

06/82
06/82
06/82

102.2
108.0
(3)

105.1
111.4
109.1

103.9
109.9
107.7

3.8
3.6
(3)

-1.1
-1.3
-1.3

2879-8
2879-832

06/82
12/82

120.9
116.5

118.8
119.5

117.1
119.5

1.9
1.3

-1.4
0

2879-898
2879-SM
2879-S

Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c..................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Insecticidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or health
service u s e ...........................................................................................
Containing organic compounds ..............................................................
Carbamate preparations......................................................................
Organo-phosphate preparations..........................................................
Biological preparations........................................................................
Herbicidal praparations primarily for agricultural, garden or health
service u s e ..........................................................................................
Containing organic compounds .............................................................
Urea preparations................................................................................
Other organic preparations..................................................................
Fungicidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or health
service u s e ...........................................................................................
Containing organic compounds ..............................................................
Other organic preparations..................................................................
Other pesticidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or
health service u s e ...............................................................................
Rodenticides...........................................................................................
All other pesticidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden
or health service use........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products...................................................................................

06/82

116.3

113.9

112.0

3.1

-1.7

2879

Miscellaneous chemical products........................................................................
Adhesives and sealants.......................................................................................
Primary products...........................................................................................
Natural base glues and adhesives.............................................................
Vegetable adhesives..............................................................................
Dextrines .............................................................................................
Other natural base glues and adhesives, from natural gums, shellac,
silicate, lacquers, etc.........................................................................
Synthetic resin and rubber adhesives, including cellulose,
nitrocellulose, etc .................................................................................
Epoxy adhesives.....................................................................................
Vinyl type adhesives................................................................................
Polyvinyl acetate, latex type ...............................................................
Other vinyl polymer type adhesives....................................................
Acrylic adhesives....................................................................................
Polyester adhesives................................................................................
Hot melt adhesives, including nylon, polyolefin, and other hot melts ...
Adhesive films, all types, including pressure sensitive structural
and nonstructural.............................................................................
Rubber and synthetic resin combinations.............................................
Rubber cement, for sale as s u ch ..........................................................
Other synthetic resin and rubber adhesives, including cellulose,
nitrocellose, etc.................................................................................
Caulking compounds and sealants...........................................................
Synthetic base........................................................................................
General performance sealants (PVAC, butyl, vinyl, acrylic,
neoprene, etc.) .............................................................................
Special performance sealants (epoxy, urethane, polysulfide,
silicone, etc.).................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts........................................
Miscellaneous receipts..............................................................................
Resales ...................................................................................................
Secondary products...................................................................................
Paints, varnishes, lacquers, enamels, and allied products ...................
Other secondary products.....................................................................
Chemicals and chemical preparations, n.e.c..........................................

2891

Explosives ............................................................................................................
Primary products...........................................................................................
Explosives, propellants, and blasting accessories (not manufactured in
GOCOs)............................................................................. .................
Industrial explosives ...............................................................................

2892

2891-P
2891-3
2891-35
2891-351

06/82

98.6

98.6

98.6

-2.4

0

12/84

289

116.9

121.2

120.9

5.1

-.2

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

123.2
120.5
119.4
114.0
116.7

125.7
123.0
118.6
112.8
114.7

125.7
123.0
119.7
114.6
117.7

2.9
3.0
-1.2
2.5
4.7

0
0
.9
1.6
2.6

2891-398

12/83

107.0

(3
)

108.4

(3
)

(3)

2891-4
2891-411
2891-44
2891-441
2891-447
2891-453
2891-455
2891-465

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
01/84
12/83

121.3
133.5
122.6
133.6
109.3
121.7
115.8
122.0

124.7
133.0
128.3
140.8
112.3
122.3
116.5
124.2

124.5
133.0
128.1
139.6
113.6
122.2
116.6
126.1

3.1
.4
5.6
6.1
(3)
2.3
.7
4.8

-.2
0
-.2
-.9
1.2
-.1
.1
1.5

2891-471
2891-478
2891-48

06/90
12/83
12/83

99.8
115.8
124.2

(3)
121.7
125.0

101.9
120.2
125.0

(3
)
6.7
2.3

(3)
-1.2
0

2891-489
2891-5
2891-56

06/90
12/83
12/83

100.7
118.7
118.1

106.8
119.4
119.0

103.7
119.7
119.2

(3)
4.8
5.0

-2.9
.3
.2

2891-566

12/83

111.4

112.2

112.8

4.1

.5

2891-567
2891-SM
2891-M
2891-Z89
2891-S
2851 -S
2891-SSS
2899-S

12/83

123.6

124.6

124.4

4.8

-.2

12/83
12/83
12/83
01/84
12/83
02/84

175.7
176.2
120.2
120.0
118.2
(3)

178.0
178.4
122.3
123.0
119.8
132.2

179.7
180.2
122.2
122.6
119.8
132.2

3.0
3.0
(3)
(3)
3.3
2.5

1.0
1.0
-.1
-.3
0
0

2892-P

12/80
12/80

174.2
151.8

178.1
156.5

179.3
157.1

4.9
4.0

.7
.4

2892-1
2892-11

12/80
12/80

152.8
149.6

157.6
157.1

158.1
157.1

3.9
5.0

.3
0

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

72

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Explosives—Continued
Other industrial explosives...................................................................
Propellants...............................................................................................
Propellants ...........................................................................................
Blasting accessories................................................................................
Other blasting accessories (squibs, ignitors, fuse, nonelectric
blasting caps, n.e.c.).....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...................................
Contract work performed by government owned company operated
establishments (GOCOs) ..............................................................
Resales...................................................................................................

2892-127
2892-133
2892-136
2892-15

Dec.
19902

06/88

105.2

105.2

105.2

1.5

06/88
12/80

104.3
139.1

104.3
(3
)

104.3
142.7

1.9
3.4

(3)
(3)

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

0
0

2892-155
2892-SM
2892-M
2892-XY9

3.8

312.4
131.0

5.9
6.2

1.0
1.2

06/88
12/80

127.6
278.4

129.5
278.4

131.0
278.4

6.2
4.2

1.2
0

06/84
06/84
06/84
08/84
06/84
06/84
12/89
12/89
06/84
12/89
12/89
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
12/89
12/89
12/89
12/89
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

122.3
122.4
129.0
115.7
124.0
107.4
104.4
101.1
133.0
103.4
109.9
122.2
145.9
113.2
113.9
102.5
100.5
104.2
103.6
124.9
139.9
133.3
133.3

123.5
123.5
140.1
115.7
125.9
107.5
104.4
101.4
138.3
103.6
108.8
119.6
139.4
113.9
114.4
102.0
102.2
106.8
108.1
122.9
132.7
133.7
133.7

123.2
123.2
133.2
115.7
126.7
107.7
104.6
101.6
138.3
103.5
115.2
119.7
139.4
113.9
114.3
102.0
102.0
106.8
108.1
122.9
132.7
133.7
133.7

5.0
5.1
(3
)
(3
)
9.3
4.0
4.6
1.6
(3
)
3.5
15.2
(3)
(3)
2.6
2.0
2.0
2.0
6.8
8.1
1.6
(3
)
(3
)
(3
)

-.2
-.2
-4.9
0
.6
.2
.2
.2
0
-.1
5.9
.1
0
0
-.1
0
-.2
0
0
0
0
0
0

2899

Petroleum refining.................................................................................................

93.2

309.4
129.5

2895

Petroleum refining and related products..............................................................

(3)

305.4
127.6

2893-P
2893-1
2893-115
2893-2
2893-232
2893-23233
2893-23234
2893-235
2893-238
2893-245
2893-3
2893-343
2893-4
2893-481
2893-48182
2893-48183
2893-484
2893-48486
2893-5
2893-585
2893-M
2893-Z89

Chemicals and chemical preparations, n.e.c........................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Salt, evaporated and solar.........................................................................
Evaporated s a lt.......................................................................................
Fatty acids (produced for sale as such) ....................................................
Unsaturated fatty acids...........................................................................
Oleic acid, including white oleic and red o il.......................................
Gelatin, except ready to eat desserts.......................................................
Essential oils, fireworks and pyrotechnics, sizes, and chemical
preparations, n.e.c.................................................................................
Fireworks & pyrotechnics, incl. flares, jet fuel igniters, railroad
torpedoes, toy pistol c a p s ................................................................
Automotive chemicals.............................................................................
Antifreeze preparations .......................................................................
Other automotive chemicals, including battery acid, deicing fluid,
carbon remover solvents, etc.........................................................
Concrete curing and floor hardening materials ......................................
Oil treating compounds (non oil base)....................................................
Metal treating compounds (non oil base) for nitriding, pickling,
drawing, and cutting.........................................................................
Water treating compounds ....
Cooling tower compounds .
Boiler compounds .............
Other water treating compounds ........................................................
Plating compounds...............
Other industrial chemical preps., incl. fluxes, plastic wood preps.,
and embalming chemicals................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
R esales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Specialty cleaning, polishing, and sanitation preparations.....................
Industrial organic chemicals....................................................................
Other secondary products......................................................................

89.3

12/80
06/88

2893

Carbon black ........................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Carbon black...............................................................................................
West south central region ......................................................................

06/88

2892-Y66
2892-Z89

Printing ink ............................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Letterpress ink (black and color) ...............................................................
Packaging in k ..........................................................................................
Lithographic and offset ink (black and color)............................................
Publication in k .........................................................................................
Web ty p e ..............................................................................................
Sheet types..........................................................................................
Packaging in k ..........................................................................................
Web commercial type .............................................................................
Other lithographic and offset ink ............................................................
Gravure ink .
Packaging ink
Flexographic ink
Packaging ink
Solvent typ e s.......................................................................................
Water types..........................................................................................
Other flexographic in k .............................................................................
Water types..........................................................................................
Printing ink, n.e.c..........................................................................................
Screen process in k ..................................................................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales ....................................................................................................

2895-P
2895-111
2895-11101

12/83
12/83

82.3
82.3

89.8
89.8

89.4
89.4

10.4
10.4

-.4
-.4

12/83

77.2

84.3

83.9

11.0

-.5

2899-P
2899-1
2899-121
2899-2
2899-26
2899-261
2899-4

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90

111.5
113.0
106.5
106.6
93.1
114.7
114.7
101.8

117.1
120.2
106.9
106.7
(3
)
(3
)
(3
)
(3)

116.5
119.4
108.7
108.5
94.6
112.1
112.1
(3)

5.9
7.1
7.5
7.7
<)
3
(3)
(3)
(3)

-.5
-.7
1.7
1.7
(3
)
<)
3
<
3)
(3)

2899-5

06/85

116.1

124.5

123.4

7.6

-.9

2899-529
2899-53
2899-532

06/85
06/85
12/87

113.2
96.7
97.4

114.0
138.2
154.9

114.8
126.9
138.9

1.3
2.5
(3)

.7
-8.2
-10.3

2899-537
2899-545
2899-556

06/85
06/85
06/85

98.8
101.0
131.1

108.6
(3)
150.5

106.7
(3)
151.9

.2
(3)
25.6

-1.7
(3)
.9

2899-559
2899-57
2899-576
2899-577
2899-578
2899-591

06/85
06/85
06/90
06/85
06/85
06/85

113.4
108.2
100.1
116.0
101.4
129.7

114.6
109.7
103.8
119.9
101.4
131.1

117.8
109.7
103.8
119.9
101.4
130.5

6.9
1.7
(3
)
4.6
<
3)
0

2.8
0
0
0
0
-.5

2899-597
2899-SM
2899-M
2899-Z89
2899-S
2842-S
2869-S
2899-SSS

06/85

112.5

115.8

115.9

4.4

.1

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/85

100.9
108.0
106.1
100.6
99.8
106.8

100.9
108.0
105.7
100.6
97.6
108.1

100.9
108.0
106.0
100.6
98.0
108.6

(3)
1.8
1.0
(3)
(3)
3.7

0
0
.3
0
.4
.5

29

12/84

90.4

116.7

106.3

39.9

-8.9

291

06/85

89.0

116.3

105.3

42.5

-9.5

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

73

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Petroleum Refining ...............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Fuels ...........................................................................................................
Gasoline...................................................................................................
Finished motor gasoline.......................................................................
Leaded regular..................................................................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other resellers.............................
Direct sales to end users..............................................................
Premium grades................................................................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other resellers.............................
Direct sales to end users..............................................................
Unleaded regular ..............................................................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other resellers.............................
Direct sales to end users..............................................................
Jet fuel .....................................................................................................
Kerosene type jet fuel .........................................................................
Kerosene..................................................................................................
Light fuel o il.............................................................................................
Distillates..............................................................................................
#2 fuel oil to jobbers, retailers and other resellers .........................
#2 diesel fuel ....................................................................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other resellers.............................
Direct sales to end users..............................................................
Other distillates, n.e.c., including #1, #2 fuel direct sales,
and other distillates....................................................................
Heavy fuel oil (residual fuel)....................................................................
> 1% sulfur.........................................................................................
Sales to resellers, including other refiners.......................................
Direct sales to end users.................................................................
Not > 1% sulfur..................................................................................
Sales to resellers, including other refiners.......................................
Non-fuel products of petroleum refining ....................................................
Lubricating oils and greases, made in refineries ................................
Lubricating and similar o ils ...............................................................
Asphalt, made in refineries..................................................................
Paving grade .....................................................................................
Liquified refinery gases, including aliphatics (feedstock and other
uses), made in refineries...............................................................
Propane/propylene...........................................................................
Propylene .......................................................................................
Chemical grade .............................................................................
Butane/butylene ...............................................................................
Ethane/ethylene ...............................................................................
Ethylene.........................................................................................
Miscellaneous petroleum refinery products, n.e.c................................
Petroleum coke, made in refineries .................................................
Aromatics, made in refineries..........................................................

2911
2911-P
2911-1
2911-1
2911-13
2911-132
2911-1321
2911-1322
2911-133
2911-1331
2911-1332
2911-134
2911-1341
2911-1342
2911-2
2911-213
2911-3
2911-4
2911-41
2911-411
2911-413
2911-4131
2911-4132
2911-415
2911-5
2911-51
2911-511
2911-512
2911-52
2911-521
2911-11
2911-7
2911-721
2911-9
2911-921

116.3
116.3
116.6
111.3
111.4
114.0
113.8
121.8
115.4
115.4
117.9
109.1
109.1
109.0
135.3
140.1
117.0
125.4
125.4
125.6
125.1
124.9
125.5

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

86.0
60.8
57.0
64.8
49.1
65.1
76.8
83.6

06/85
06/85

105.3
105.6
104.5
99.7
99.7
103.5
103.4
105.7
105.4
105.4
107.0
96.6
96.6
97.3
118.8
120.9
102.2
113.2
113.2
112.2
113.9
113.2
115.2

42.5
42.9
41.4
45.1
45.1
47.0
47.1
39.3
40.0
40.0
39.7
47.3
47.3
47.6
49.6
47.1
24.3
31.2
31.2
28.1
32.9
32.9
33.0

-9.5
-9.2
-10.4
-10.4
-10.5
-9.2
-9.1
-13.2
-8.7
-8.7
-9.2
-11.5
-11.5
-10.7
-12.2
-13.7
-12.6
-9.7
-9.7
-10.7
-9.0
-9.4
-8.2

125.7
106.9
98.1
108.8
86.9
117.2
98.1
116.8

113.9
97.9
89.6
84.8
92.9
107.6
93.3
114.3

37.7
41.9
36.8
21.7
53.0
47.8
44.2
51.6

-9.4
-8.4
-8.7
-22.1
6.9
-8.2
-4.9
-2.1

98.9

118.7

120.5

25.3

1.5

61.3

63.4

69.2

51.1

9.1
-5.2
-4.9
1.5
-2.0

122.0
131.5
94.8
96.6

211.6
232.6
137.2
143.4

200.6
221.2
139.3
140.6

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

146.3
87.3
27.3
97.9
88.1
102.7

183.2
119.7
29.8
135.6
135.5
123.9

196.0
105.5
32.4
110.8
101.6
88.8

26.9
29.4
-28.2
30.5
1.6
27.0

7.0
-11.9
8.7
-18.3
-25.0
-28.3

93.3

98.4

98.5

5.0

.1

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

1Q0.9
101.5
86.4
81.6
108.4
78.9

105.3
105.7
106.1
86.3
109.6
83.7

105.2
105.4
104.6
85.3
109.6
83.7

4.3
3.7
16.4
8.7
1.4
12.3

-.1
-.3
-1.4
-1.2
0
0

06/81

119.2

124.6

125.8

7.9

1.0

2952-P
2952-1

06/84
06/84
06/84

97.5
98.1
113.0

105.0
103.3
116.4

105.1
103.9
116.4

6.2
5.1
3.0

.1
.6
0

2952-131
2952-2
2952-251
2952-255
2952-261
2952-298
2952-3

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

113.0
91.0
108.7
100.2
103.7
95.0
98.6

116.4
105.8
120.7
105.1
115.6
99.7
101.4

116.4
105.5
119.4
105.1
114.9
101.2
102.2

3.0
16.8
10.1
5.2
10.3
7.0
2.4

0
-.3
-1.1
0
-.6
1.5
.8

2952-311
2952-31101
2952-314
2952-325
2952-353
2952-SM
2952-S

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

113.3
116.9
105.0
84.7
100.8

113.7
117.5
107.4
91.5
(3)

113.7
117.5
107.8
91.8
103.5

1.5
.7
4.1
7.7
.9

0
0
.4
.3
(3
)

06/84

94.3

114.1

111.8

11.7

-2.0

2951

2952

2951-P
2951-111
2951-112
2951-113
2951-114
2951-SM
2951-S

See footnotes at end of table.




89.0
88.6
89.7
93.0
93.1
96.7
96.5
107.9
96.9
97.0
97.2
90.7
90.7
88.3
80.0
80.8
87.9
91.7
91.7
92.9
91.2
93.1
87.9

Nov. 1990

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

295

Asphalt felts and coatings....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Asphalt and tar saturated felts and boards, non-building.........................
Asphalt and tar products; except felts, coatings, and cements;
non-building .......................................................................................
Roofing asphalts and pitches, coatings, and cem ents.............................
Fibrated asphaltic roofing coatings........................................................
Nonfibrated asphaltic roofing coatings...................................................
Asphaltic roofing cem ents......................................................................
Other roofing asphalts and pitches, coatings, and cements.................
Prepared asphalt and tar roofing and siding products..............................
Smooth surface roll roofing including talc, mica, and other fine
materials............................................................................................
Smooth asphalt roll roofing, organic base ..........................................
Self-sealing strip shingles; 244lbs. or less, organic base ......................
Self sealing and regular strip asphalt shingles, fiberglass b a s e ...........
Saturated felts for built-up roofing system s...........................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

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

Dec. 1989

12/84

Benzene .................................................................................................

Toluene..........................................................................................

Paving mixtures and block....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Emulsified asphalt, including liquid additives .........................................
Other liquid asphalt & tar paving materials, including cut backs..........
Asphaltic (bituminous) concrete .................................................................
Other paving mixtures and blocks, including liquid additives....................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

Dec.
19902

87.1
93.0
61.0
62.0

2911-A
2911-A1
2911-A12
2911-A1201
2911-A2
2911-A3
2911-A32
2911-D
2911-D21
2911-D5
2911-D52
2911-D53

Paving and roofing materials................................................................................

Nov.
19902

74

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Nov.
19902

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

Miscellaneous products of petroleum and c o a l...................................................

299

12/84

121.9

137.0

136.7

16.3

-0.2

Lubricating oils and greases.................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Lubricating and similar o ils .........................................................................
Automotive...............................................................................................
Commercial..........................................................................................
Commercial motor o il.......................................................................
Other commercial o il........................................................................
Retail.....................................................................................................
Retail motor o il..................................................................................
Factory fill.............................................................................................
Other factory fill o il...........................................................................
Industrial...................................................................................................
General industrial o il............................................................................
Industrial metalworking o il....................................................................
Industrial engine o il..............................................................................
Lubricating greases.....................................................................................
Automotive greases.................................................................................
Industrial grease......................................................................................
Other greases..........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

2992

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
11/82
06/88
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/88
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/88

132.9
134.9
137.6
141.8
153.9
118.2
181.9
133.5
115.0
126.4
111.2
124.1
116.9
114.3
109.7
118.2
106.3
126.1
114.0

153.1
156.8
161.5
175.8
182.2
141.2
209.6
(3)
(3)
152.5
134.2
133.1
127.0
121.7
(3)
128.6
116.9
136.3
126.2

152.7
156.2
160.6
174.3
179.6
138.5
209.7
(3)
(3
)
142.7
125.6
132.9
127.0
121.2
(3)
129.7
118.4
137.0
127.2

19.1
21.3
22.9
28.4
22.8
23.2
21.8
(3
)
(3
)
15.0
15.0
14.1
12.7
7.3
(3
)
11.4
12.7
10.1
25.0

-.3
-.4
-.6
-.9
-1.4
-1.9
0
(3)
(3)
-6.4
-6.4
-.2
0
-.4
(3
)
.9
1.3
.5
.8

12/80

115.0

128.7

129.3

.3

.5

Petroleum and coal products, n.e.c......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Calcined petroleum coke (not made in refineries).....................................

2999

12/84
12/84
12/84

140.0
140.0
149.6

140.3
140.3
149.9

140.3
140.3
149.9

3.9
3.9
4.0

0
0
0

Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products................................................. ......

30

12/84

110.9

112.2

112.8

2.1

.5

Tires and inner tubes ...........................................................................................

301

06/81

102.8

104.6

104.3

1.3

-.3

Tires and inner tubes ...........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Passenger car pneumatic tire s ...................................................................
Radials .....................................................................................................
Highway standard service....................................................................
15 inch Rim diameter. Original equipment or replacement ............
All season. Original equipment or replacement..................................
Truck/bus tires, including off highway........................ ...............................
Radials ...................................... ..............................................................
Light highway truck. Original equipment or replacement....................
Medium/heavy highway truck. Original equipment or replacement ....
Non-radials...............................................................................................
Light highway truck. Original equipment or replacement....................
Medium/heavy highway truck. Original equipment or replacement ....
Other pneumatic and all solid tire s............................................................
Industrial, utility and garden tractor tires. Original equipment or
replacement......................................................................................
All other pneumatic, including bicycle. Original equipment or
replacement.......................................................................................
Industrial and highway - solid..................................................................
Tread rubber, tire sundries, and repair materials.......................................
Tread rubber............................................................................................
Other tire sundries and repair materials, n.e.c........................................

3011

104.3
99.9
96.0
97.5
97.2
100.5
104.2
96.4
81.3
88.2
80.5
99.7
108.7
86.9
123.0

1.3
1.1
-.3
-.3
-.8
-.3
1.2
1.2
.9
1.3
.1
1.7
.5
3.9
4.2

-.3
-.3
0
.1
.2
.0
.1
-.5
-1.0
0
-2.4
.1
0
.5
.2

2992-P
2992-1
2992-111
2992-1111
2992-11111
2992-11112
2992-1112
2992-11121
2992-1113
2992-11132
2992-121
2992-12111
2992-12113
2992-12114
2992-2
2992-231
2992-232
2992-234
2992-SM
2992-S

2999-P
2999-2

3011-P
3011-1
3011-112
3011-1121
3011-11213
3011-11222
3011-2
3011-212
3011-21211
3011-21221
3011-215
3011-21511
3011-21521
3011-3

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/88
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

102.8
98.4
95.6
96.8
96.7
102.3
102.5
93.8
79.4
85.5
79.6
96.4
106.2
82.3
118.7

104.6
100.2
96.0
97.4
97.0
100.5
104.1
96.9
82.1
88.2
82.5
99.6
108.7
86.5
122.8

3011-316

06/81

118.1

118.1

119.1

1.5

.8

3011-317
3011-333
3011-5
3011-511
3011-539

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

127.2
100.9
117.0
110.6
136.2

131.0
101.8
118.9
113.2
136.2

131.0
101.8
115.6
108.9
135.5

3.6
1.1
1.9
2.2
1.3

0
0
-2.8
-3.8
-.5

Rubber and plastic footwear ................................................................................

302

12/80

121.4

121.2

121.2

-.2

0

Rubber and plastic footwear................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Rubber, plastic, and other protective footwear.........................................
Rubber uppers.........................................................................................
Lumberman, pacs, rubbers, and other footwear having rubber
uppers...................................................................................- .......
Plastic uppers............................................................ ..............................
Non-protective footwear cemented, vulcanized, injection molded, etc. to
fabric upper..........................................................................................
Injection molded or other processes performed ....................................
Men’s ....................................................................................................
Women’s and misses' .........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3021
3021-P
3021-1
3021-1A

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/86

121.4
127.2
141.0
113.8

121.2
126.7
143.6
115.1

121.2
126.7
143.6
115.1

-.2
-.2
4.3
2.6

0
0
0
0

3021-142
3021-1B

12/86
12/86

116.6
112.6

118.9
115.6

118.9
115.6

2.9
6.4

0
0

3021-3
3021-303
3021-30321
3021-30341
3021-SM
3021-S

12/86
12/86
12/86
12/86

108.4
110.6
104.8
105.6

107.3
108.5
105.2
99.3

107.3
108.6
105.2
99.5

-1.4
-3.7
(3
)
(3)

0
.1
0
.2

12/80

98.2

100.1

100.1

-.1

0

Rubber and plastic hose and belting ...................................................................

304

12/81

122.9

123.4

127.2

4.9

3.1

Rubber and plastics hose and belting .................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Rubber and plastics belts and belting, fla t ................................................
Light weight conveyor and elevator.......................................................
Heavy duty conveyor and elevator.........................................................

3041

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

122.9
125.5
127.5
139.9
121.3

123.4
126.3
134.8
148.3
128.1

127.2
127.2
134.7
148.1
(3
)

4.9
3.4
9.6
9.2
(3
)

3.1
.7
-.1
-.1
( ’)

3041-P
3041-1
3041-103
3041-105

See footnotes at end of table.




75

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Rubber and plastics hose and belting—Continued
Rubber and plastics transmission belts and belting, other than flat
Industrial, except fractional...........................................................
Rubber hose, mandrel made, and all hydraulic ..............................
Textile, nonhydrauhc......................................................................
Wire, hydraulic...............................................................................
Wire, nonhydrauhc ........................................................................
Rubber hose, long length nonhydrauhc, except garden .................
Textile............................................................................................
All other rubber and plastics hose...................................................
Wrapped reinforced.......................................................................
Braided or loomed, helical reinforced..........................................
All other rubber hose ....................................................................
All other plastics hose ..................................................................
Nonhydrauhc ..............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...............................
Miscellaneous receipts .....................................................................
Resales.........................................................................................
Secondary products.........................................................................

3041-2
3041-231
3041-3
3041-314
3041-316
3041-318
3041-4
3041-451
3041-6
3041-63
3041-663
3041-674
3041-68
3041-684
3041-SM
3041-M
3041-Z89
3041-S

Molded, extruded and lathe cut mechanical rubber goods.......................
Primary products..................................................................................
Molded rubber mechanical goods....................................................
Automotive.....................................................................................
Transportation, other than automotive.........................................
Appliances, household and commercial.......................................
Other molded goods .....................................................................
Extruded rubber mechanical goods.................................................
Other tubing...................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...............................
Secondary products.........................................................................

3061

Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c...............................................................
Primary products..................................................................................
Industrial products, n.e.c....................................................................
Roll covering, including all industry rolls ......................................
All other roll coverings, including graphic a rts .........................
Other industrial rubber products...................................................
Rubber coated fabrics and rubber clothing.....................................
Rubber coated fabrics...................................................................
Rubber clothing.............................................................................
Other rubber clothing including bath and shower ca p s ...........
Other rubber goods..........................................................................
Hard rubber goods.........................................................................
Other hard rubber goods ..........................................................
Boats, pontoons, and life rafts......................................................
Other rubber goods.......................................................................
Sponge and foam rubber .................................................................
Chemically blown sponge.............................................................
Rubber floor and wall coverings ......................................................
Individual mats ..............................................................................
Automotive .................................................................................
Rubber druggist and medical sundries including household gloves
G loves...........................................................................................
Surgical.......................................................................................
Other rubber druggist and medical sundries................................
Reclaimed rubber.............................................................................
Ground vulcanized rubber ............................................................
Compounds or mixtures for sale or interplant transfer...................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts...............................
Miscellaneous receipts.....................................................................
Secondary products.........................................................................
Other secondary products............................................................

3069

Miscellaneous plastic products..................................................................
Miscellaneous plastic products..................................................................
Primary products..................................................................................
Plastic film and sheet, unsupported.............................................
Packaging...................................................................................
Building and construction..........................................................
O ther..........................................................................................
Plastic piping .................................................................................
Water .........................................................................................
Plastic bottles........................................... ....................................
Plastic foam products....................................................................
Transportation............................................................................
Packaging..................................................................................
Building and construction..........................................................
Furniture and furnishings...........................................................

3061-P
3061-A
3061-A11
3061-A12
3061 -A13
3061-A16
3061 -B
3061 -B14
3061-SM
3061-S

Dec.
19902

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

118.2
108.2
132.4
137.4
143.7
72.0
116.0
117.7
129.3
137.9
99.5
122.6
152.6
157.8

117.8
109.8
132.0
138.3
143.6
74.7
109.4
111.0
130.6
140.7
99.4
123.4
154.5
160.7

117.5
110.0
134.0
139.6
144.6
82.5
115.0
116.6
130.9
140.7
101.9
123.6
154.5
160.7

0.8
1.6
2.2
8.3
3.9
11.3
2.2
2.2
4.1
7.0
2.4
4.6
3.1
2.1

-0.3
.2
1.5
.9
.7
10.4
5.1
5.0
.2
0
2.5
.2
0
0

11/84
11/84
12/81

98.9
98.9
118.0

97.4
97.4
118.0

101.3
101.3
145.5

-1.6
-1.6
22.7

4.0
4.0
23.3

12/88
12/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

106.1
106.7
107.8
89.8
117.3
109.1
133.5
113.1
133.8

107.0
107.4
108.3
90.2
117.3
111.7
133.0
115.0
135.2

106.9
107.2
108.2
90.1
117.6
111.7
133.0
114.1
135.2

2.5
2.2
2.5
2.2
2.3
4.0
2.5
1.8
4.3

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

06/83

117.1

119.6

120.3

4.8

.6

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
09/85
06/83

114.7
114.5
123.6
120.8
121.8
136.5
113.9
109.1
119.1
112.2
120.1

115.0
114.7
123.6
120.8
121.8
133.7
114.1
109.1
119.5
112.2
120.1

116.1
116.2
126.5
125.0
123.7
139.0
114.1
109.1
119.5
112.2
120.1

3.0
3.2
4.5
5.0
3.6
5.2
3.5
2.6
4.5
1.6
.7

1.0
1.3
2.3
3.5
1.6
4.0
0
0
0
0
0

08/86
04/85
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
12/83
06/83

111.8
130.1
120.5
126.8
128.3
110.2
108.5
110.5
113.3

111.8
130.1
122.2
(3)
(3)
109.9
108.2
110.1
111.7

111.8
130.1
121.8
(3)
(3)
110.4
108.2
110.1
111.3

0
3.0
3.0
(3)
(3)
1.8
-.3
-.3
.5

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

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

3069-P
3069-C
3069-C12
3069-C 1203
3069-C39
3069-D
3069-DA
3069-DB
3069-D56
3069-E
3069-EA
3069-E 19
3069-E22
3069-E28
3069-3
3069-3B
3069-4
3069-4A
3069-423
3069-7
3069-7A
3069-761
3069-778
3069-8
3069-813 ’
3069-9
3069-SM
3069-M
3069-S
3069-SSS

12/88
06/83
06/83
12/88
06/83

94.0
115.5
92.8
101.4
108.5

90.0
115.4
92.8
101.4
109.0

89.9
115.0
92.8
101.4
112.1

-4.8
1.7
.1
.3
7.0

-.1
-.3
0
0
2.8

06/83
06/83
06/83

109.6
118.6
114.9

109.6
119.7
115.9

109.6
118.8
115.1

(3)
2.2
2.2

0
-.8
-.7

307

12/82

118.1

119.6

120.2

2.0

.5

3079
3079-P
3079-2
3079-201
3079-202
3079-207
3079-4
3079-424
3079-5
3079-7
3079-741
3079-742
3079-744
3079-745

12/82
12/82
12/82
06/87
06/87
06/87
12/82
06/87
12/82
06/87
12/82
12/82
01/83
12/82

118.1
118.3
112.7
110.8
110.7
110.2
102.3
95.3
116.1
106.3
105.5
102.6
119.4
115.5

119.6
119.9
115.6
114.9
111.0
112.7
105.6
(3)
117.0
108.7
105.5
104.7
120.1
122.6

120.2
120.5
116.3
114.5
112.2
114.9
105.6
(3)
118.7
109.4
105.5
107.4
(3)
122.6

2.0
2.0
2.5
2.5
1.3
3.0
2.8
(3)
.3
2.0
1.7
3.9
(3)
5.3

.5
.5
.6
-.3
1.1
2.0
0
(3)
1.5
.6
0
2.6
(3)
0

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

76

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Miscellaneous plastic products—Continued
Consumer and institutional ..................................................................
Molded plastic products, n. e. c .............................................................
Injection m olded...................................................................................
Compression/transfer molded.............................................................
C ast......................................................................................................
O ther....................................................................................................
Miscellaneous nonmolded plastic products, n. e. c ...............................
Unsupported rods, tubes, and other shapes......................................
Plastic shoe products ..........................................................................
Laminates.............................................................................................
Other laminates.................................................................................
Electrical and electronic......................................................................
Building and construction....................................................................
Other ....................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Resales ...................................................................................................
Secondary products...................................................................................

3079-746
3079-J
3079-J61
3079-J62
3079-J65
3079-J66
3079-K
3079-K81
3079-K88
3079-K91
3079-K9102
3079-K93
3079-K94
3079-K99
3079-SM
3079-M
3079-Z89
3079-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
1990?

12/82
06/87
06/87
06/87
06/87
06/87
06/87
12/82
06/84
12/82
06/87
12/82
06/87
06/87

114.4
114.1
113.5
119.7
110.1
119.0
114.0
133.1
118.6
118.3
135.6
112.5
122.6
112.9

115.2
114.9
114.2
123.0
112.9
118.9
115.0
135.4
118.6
118.3
135.6
113.2
122.6
114.4

115.6
115.4
114.9
124.3
112.9
118.9
115.1
134.9
118.8
(3)

12/82
12/82
12/82

123.8
126.7
112.1

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

114,8
124.0
114.3

1.9
3.2
3.1
10.0
3.2
.9
.3
-.6
4.1
(3
)
(3)
-16.2
1.6
2.1

0.3
.4
.6
1.1
0
0
.1
-.4
.2
(3)
(3)
1.4
1.1
-.1

125.9
126.7
112.1

125.9
126.7
112.4

.5
-1.6
-.1

0
0
.3

123.1

2.4

.2

Leather and leather products...............................................................................

31

12/84

123.2

122.9

H

Leather tanning and finishing...............................................................................

311

06/81

168.1

165.9

164.8

.1

-.7

Leather tanning and finishing...............................................................................
Primary products......................................... ..................................................
Finished cattle and kip leather...................................................................
Grains, except offal and welting leather.................................................
Bag, case, and strap leather...............................................................
Upholstery leather................................................................................
Upper leather, including p ate nt...........................................................
Dress and casual shoe, including all patent....................................
Other upper leather..........................................................................
Garment leather ...................................................................................
Other grains .........................................................................................
Finished sheep and lamb leather...............................................................
Garment leather.......................................................................................
Other finished leather, n.e.c........................................................................
Rough, crust, and wet blue not finished in the same establishment.......
Rough, crust, and other semifinished leather.........................................
Receipts for contract tanning done for others on their materials ............

3111

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

168.1
168.6
171.1
173.1
222.0
209.1
157.7
159.0
150.7
161.1
218.7
184.4
179.5
121.9
181.4
171.2
136.8

165.9
166.4
169.7
172.2
223.8
205.2
156.9
157.7
162.4
216.7
183.5
178.1
120.9
171.5
165.3
135.6

164.8
164.8
169.3
171.7
223.8
201.6
157.3
158.3
151.9
162.6
216.7
183.5
178.1
120.2
173.2
159.5
124.5

.1
0
1.1
1.1
5.6
.5
.4
1.2
-3.5
2.2
.8
-1.5
-2.3
-2.0
-2.6
-8.7
-3.5

-.7
-1.0
-.2
-.3
0
-1.8
.3
.4
(3
)
.1
0
0
0
-.6
1.0
-3.5
-8.2

Boot and shoe cut stock and findings.................................................................

313

12/84

120.2

120.8

120.7

2.3

-.1

Boot and shoe cut stock and findings.................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Outer soles and innersoles of leather.......................................................
Other leather cut stock...............................................................................
Non-leather stock and findings incl. heels.................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3131

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

120.2
122.1
131.9
123.9
117.1

120.8
122.7
131.9
125.7
117.5

120.7
122.6
131.9
125.7
117.4

2.3
2.9
4.8
2.2
3.0

-.1
-.1
0
0
-.1

12/84

105.7

106.0

106.0

-1.7

0

3111-P
3111-1
3111-1A
3111-134
3111-135
3111-137
3111-13711
3111-13712
3111-142
3111-147
3111-3
3111-331
3111-4
3111-5
3111-513
3111-9

3131-P
3131-116
3131-131
3131-191
3131-SM
3131-S

O

Footwear, except rubber.......................................................................................

314

12/84

122.6

122.4

122.7

2.4

.2

House slippers.......................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
House slippers, except slipper so cks........................................................
Leather house slippers............................................................................
Men’s ...................................................................................................
Women’s .......................... ...................................................................
House slippers, except leather...............................................................
Men’s ....................................................................................................
Women's ..............................................................................................

3142

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
07/85
06/85

126.9
127.8
128.0
155.3
152.1
164.8
115.1
101.8
115.7

120.8
123.4
123.5
155.3
152.1
164.8
108.5
108.7

123.5
123.9
124.0
155.3
152.1
164.8
109.2
(3
)
109.6

-.8
-1.0
-1.2
5.7
7.9
1.0
-5.5
(3
)
-5.5

2.2
.4
.4
0
0
0
.6
(3)
.8

Men’s footwear......................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Men’s leather upper footwear ....................................................................
Men’s leather upper dress and casual shoes .......................................
Men’s leather upper b o o ts ......................................................................
Men’s leather upper work shoes or b o o ts .............................................
Men’s plastic upper footwear ....................................................................
Men’s plastic upper b o o ts ......................................................................
Men’s other upper footwear ......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Resales ....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3143

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
02/85
03/81

142.2
142.2
144.7
142.8
141.8
152.5
120.1
123.8
119.2

143.2
143.0
145.6
144.4
142.3
152.5
120.1
123.8
119.9

143.7
143.5
146.2
145.2
142.4
153.1
120.1
123.8
119.9

4.3
4.1
4.4
6.3
3.7
2.2
.8
2.1
-1.1

.3
.3
.4
.6
.1
.4
0
0
0

11/83
12/80

110.4
143.1

113.5
143.6

114.2
143.6

9.9
1.8

.6
0

Women’s footwear................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Women’s leather upper footwear...............................................................

3144

12/80
12/80
12/80

117.4
116.0
117.8

116.6
115.3
118.2

116.6
115.3
118.2

1.0
1.4
2.6

0
0
0

3142-P
3142-1
3142-111
3142-11133
3142-11144
3142-122
3142-12233
3142-12244

3143-P
3143-1
3143-111
3143-112
3143-113
3143-2
3143-217
3143-3
3143-SM
3143-Z89
3143-S

3144-P
3144-1

See footnotes at end of table.




77

0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Women’s footwear—Continued
Women’s leather upper dress shoes......................................................
Women’s leather upper casual sh o e s....................................................
Women’s plastic upper footwear................................................................
Women’s plastic upper dress shoes.......................................................
Women’s plastic upper casual sh oe s.....................................................
Women’s other upper footwear..................................................................
Women’s other upper dress shoes.........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
R esales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Footwear, except rubber, n.e.c..............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Youths’ and boys’ footwear........................................................................
Misses’ footwear .........................................................................................
Misses’ leather upper footw ear..............................................................
Children’s footw ear.....................................................................................
Children’s leather upper footw ear..........................................................
Infants’ and babies’ footw ear.....................................................................
Infants’ and babies’ leather upper footw ear..........................................
Infants’ and babies’ nonleather upper footwear.....................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Men’s footw ear............... .......................................................................
Leather gloves and mittens..................................................................................

315

Leather gloves and mittens..................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
All leather dress and semidress gloves and mittens .................................
All leather work gloves and m ittens..........................................................
All grain, excluding welders.....................................................................
All split, excluding w elders......................................................................
Leather, except all grain and all split, including welders .......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3151

Luggage .................................................................................................................

316

Luggage .................................................................................................................
Primary products.............................................................................................
Hand luggage..............................................................................................
Hand luggage, all types except zippered...............................................
Framed, lock construction....................................................................
Zippered hand luggage...........................................................................
Luggage other than hand luggage.............................................................
Occupational luggage cases, sample, binocular, and camera cases....
Trunks, hand trunks and lockers............................................................
Briefcases and bags, school bags, envelopes, catalog cases, and
zippered ring binders.........................................................................
Attache ca s e s ..........................................................................................
Other luggage, including non-canvas knapsacks...................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3161

3149-P
3149-1
3149-2
3149-215
3149-3
3149-318
3149-4
3149-421
3149-422
3149-SM
3149-S
3143-S

3151-P
3151-2
3151-7
3151-781
3151-783
3151-789
3151-SM
3151-M
3151-S

3161-P
3161-1
3161-113
3161-11335
3161-114
3161-2
3161-253
3161-263
3161-273
3161-284
3161-298
3161-SM
3161-M
3161-Z89
3161-S

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/86

121.3
129.7
111.0
106.5
117.9
123.3
(3)

122.8
129.8
108.8
104.3
114.3
121.2
(3)

122.8
129.8
108.8
104.3
114.3
121.2
113.1

4.8
.8
-1.3
-.9
-3.5
3.7
(3)

12/80
12/80

123.9
146.3

115.2
146.4

115.2
146.4

-6.5
-2.5

0
0

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
05/80

138.3
138.9
145.3
117.2
119.3
149.2
155.0
147.5
151.5
132.5

138.6
138.9
145.3
117.3
119.4
149.3
155.1
147.2
150.7
133.5

138.7
138.9
145.3
117.4
119.6
149.3
155.1
147.4
151.0
133.5

1.8
1.6
0
3.3
.3
3.3
3.3
2.1
2.5
.8

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

12/79
12/80

141.4
120.0

142.0
120.5

142.5
121.5

2.7
5.7

.4
.8

118.2

118.3

118.3

4.8

0

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

118.2
122.6
123.0
122.5
123.1
126.5
117.6

118.3
122.6
123.0
122.5
123.1
126.9
117.3

118.3
122.6
123.0
122.5
123.1
126.9
117.3

4.8
4.0
4.9
3.7
2.8
10.8
.5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

06/85

108.7

109.5

109.5

1.3

.0

12/84

3149

Dec.
19902

06/85

3144-111
3144-112
3144-2
3144-216
3144-217
3144-3
3144-322
3144-SM
3144-Z89
3144-S

Nov.
19902

115.7

113.7

115.1

2.0

1.2

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

115.7
116.7
113.2
140.8
138.5
127.3
124.4
137.5
134.3

113.7
114.1
105.3
136.1
129.9
114.2
130.3
137.2
(3)

115.1
115.8
110.1
143.1
135.0
118.8
127.2
137.2
• 162.1

2.0
2.0
-.3
8.6
.8
-6.6
5.9
9.7
(3)

1.2
1.5
4.6
5.1
3.9
4.0
-2.4
0
(3
)

12/84
12/84
12/84

131.8
121.1
108.3

132.0
121.1
108.3

132.0
121.1
108.1

1.2
0
1.9

0
0
-.2

12/84
12/84
12/84

111.1
111.1
107.2

111.1
111.1
108.3

111.1
111.1
108.1

-1.2
-1.6
5.9

0
0
-.2

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

0
0
0
0
0
0
(3)

Handbags and other personal leather goods ......................................................

317

12/84

118.9

119.4

118.9

3.7

-.4

Women’s and children’s handbags and purses...................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Women’s and children’s handbags and purses........................................
All or chiefly lea th e r................................................................................
All or chiefly p la stic.................................................................................
Other materials, except precious metals................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3171

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

127.8
128.0
128.0
138.3
122.6
121.2

128.1
128.3
128.3
138.5
123.4
121.2

127.2
127.2
127.2
136.6
123.4
121.2

2.9
3.2
3.2
2.3
4.3
5.3

-.7
-.9
-.9
-1.4
0
0

Personal leather goods, except women’s handbags and purses........................
Primary products............................................................................................
Personal leather goods, except women’s handbags and purses.............
Billfolds, wallets, French purses and clutches.......................................
Billfolds, wallets, French purses and clutches, leather.......................
Billfolds and wallets..........................................................................
Clutches............................................................................................
Other personal goods, leather................................................................
Other personal goods, except leather....................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3172

3171-P
3171-5
3171-511
3171-551
3171-571
3171-SM
3171-S

3172-P
3172-5
3172-5A
3172-511
3172-51111
3172-51133
3172-596
3172-597
3172-SM
3172-S

See footnotes at end of table.




78

06/82

128.2

128.2

128.2

1.7

0

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/89
06/82

128.6
130.3
130.2
133.4
131.2
128.8
136.9
103.0
127.9

129.6
131.5
131.4
135.0
131.6
129.5
136.9
103.0
129.1

129.4
131.3
131.2
134.6
131.2
129.0
136.4
103.0
129.1

4.8
5.8
5.9
6.7
4.5
2.6
9.6
(3
)
6.9

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

06/82

116.3

116.9

116.9

2.5

0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Leather goods, n.e.c..............................................................................................
Leather goods, n.e.c..............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Saddlery and harness and accouterments................................................
Industrial leather belting/industrial leather products.................................
Industrial leather belting..........................................................................
Industrial leather products......................................................................
Dog collars, leashes and other household pet accessories made of
leather/leather-like material.................................................................
Other leather/leather-like goods................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Stone, clay, glass, and concrete products..........................................................

32

3199-P
3199-131
3199-191
3199-19111
3199-19112
3199-196
3199-197
3199-SM
3199-S

122.8

123.0

123.0

3.1

0

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

122.8
121.4
124.6
135.6
181.0
116.2

123.0
121.5
123.4
137.1
185.5
116.3

123.0
121.5
123.4
137.1
(3)
116.3

3.1
3.8
5.6
1.6
(3
)
-.2

0
0
0
0

06/85
06/85

108.9
117.1

109.3
117.2

(3
)
117.1

(3)
5.3

(3
)
-.1

06/85

115.0

116.0

116.0

3.8

0

12/84

3199

Dec.
19902

06/85

319

Nov.
19902

110.0

110.6

110.6

1.8

0

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

(3)
0

Flat glass...............................................................................................................

321

12/80

108.3

108.3

107.9

-3.4

-.4

Flat glass...............................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Other flat glass, made from glass produced in the same establishment..
Sheet(window), plate and float glass .........................................................
Over .244 inch.........................................................................................

3211

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

108.3
108.9
105.9
104.4
113.8

108.3
108.9
105.9
102.9
113.3

107.9
108.5
105.9
102.7
114.1

-3.4
-3.0
-1.0
-6.5
-2.0

-.4
-.4
0
-.2
.7

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown..............................................................

322

12/84

113.3

113.4

113.4

2.5

0

Glass containers ...................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Glass containers for domestic consumption .............................................
Narrow neck containers..........................................................................
Food.....................................................................................................
Non-alcoholic beverage........................................................................
Non-refillable.....................................................................................
Beer.......................................................................................................
Non-refillable .....................................................................................
Liquor....................................................................................................
W ine......................................................................................................
Wide mouth containers...........................................................................
Food.....................................................................................................

3221

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

118.9
119.1
119.1
119.2
112.4
116.4
116.9
124.1
125.2
116.7
125.1

119.2
119.5
119.5
119.3
112.4
116.4
116.9
124.1
125.2
116.7
126.0

119.2
119.5
119.5
119.3
112.4
116.4
116.9
124.1
125.2
(3
)
(3
)

4.6
4.5
4.5
4.8
3.9
5.3
5.3
4.7
4.8
(3)
(3)

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

06/82

119.6

120.7

120.7

3.4

0

Pressed and blown glass, n.e.c.............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Table, kitchen, art, and novelty glassware ................................................
Machine made table, kitchen, art, and novelty glassware.....................
Ornamental, decorative, and novelty glassware and smokers’
accessories....................................................................................
Handmade table, kitchen, art, and novelty glassware...........................
Stemware .............................................................................................
Tableware.............................................................................................
Other handmade, including ornamental, decorative, novelty and
smokers’ accessories....................................................................
Lighting and electronic glassware..............................................................
Bowls and enclosing globes and other glass parts for interior
lighting...............................................................................................
Glass fiber-textile ty p e ................................................................................
Other pressed and blown glassware.........................................................
Industrial and technical glassware .........................................................
Other glassware.......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3229
3229-P
3229-1
3229-12

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

116.0
116.7
114.5
112.1

115.9
116.6
114.5
(3)

115.9
116.6
114.5
(3)

-.8
-.8
-3.7
(3)

0
0
0

3229-128
3229-13
3229-132
3229-133

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

128.8
145.5
164.3
125.6

(3
)
145.6
164.3
125.6

<)
3
145.6
164.3
125.6

(3
)
6.7
8.0
4.3

3229-138
3229-2

06/83
06/83

130.6
116.1

131.5
116.4

131.5
116.4

3.9
4.5

0
0

3229-237
3229-3
3229-4
3229-425
3229-429
3229-SM
3229-S

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

133.8
113.6
133.0
131.5
104.9

134.3
112.8
133.0
131.5
(3
)

134.3
112.8
133.0
131.5
(3
)

5.3
-3.1
4.1
.5
(3)

0
0
0
0

Products of purchased glass................................................................................

323

Products of purchased glass................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Laminated glass, including plate, float, and sheet ....................................
For construction and architectural u se s.................................................
For automotive uses................................................................................
O E M .....................................................................................................
Replacement........................................................................................
Mirrors, plate and float (decorated or undecorated) .................................
Framed mirrors........................................................................................
Unframed m irrors.....................................................................................
Automotive mirrors...................................................................................
Pressed and blown glassware, made from glass purchased or
transferred from other establishments................................................
Consumer glassware...............................................................................
Machine m ade.....................................................................................
Other glassware, including scientific, laboratory, industrial, etc..............

3231

3211-P
3211-4
3211-5
3211-516

3221-P
3221-1
3221-11
3221-111
3221-115
3221-1155
3221-116
3221-1166
3221-117
3221-119
3221-13
3221-131

0
0
0

<)
3

06/83

105.1

105.1

105.1

0

0

06/83

116.8

117.5

117.4

-.9

-.1

3231-P
3231-3
3231-321
3231-341
3231-34101
3231-34102
3231-5
3231-521
3231-541
3231-571

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/87
06/87
06/87
06/87
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

116.8
116.8
104.4
87.7
106.3
103.2
115.6
126.6
142.4
120.0
116.6

117.5
117.6
104.3
87.3
106.2
103.1
115.6
127.6
144.9
120.5
116.4

117.4
117.5
104.3
87.3
106.2
103.1
(3
)
127.4
144.3
120.4
116.4

-.9
-1.1
-1.3
-8.9
.1
.1
(3
)
2.6
6.9
.6
-1.1

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

3231-7
3231-711
3231-71103
3231-751

06/83
06/83
06/87
06/83

119.7
114.9
99.7
130.2

120.5
(3
)
O
132.8

120.4
(3)
(3
)
132.3

-3.8
(3)
(3
)
2.1

-.1
<)
3
(3
)
-.4

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
(3)

79

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product

Index
Aug.
19902

Products of purchased glass—Continued
Other glass products, made from glass purchased or transferred from
other establishments............................................................................
Stained, leaded, and faceted glass and colored glass slabs................
Multiple-glazed, sealed insulating glass u n its ........................................
Tempered g la s s .......................................................................................
For automotive u s e ..............................................................................
OEM ..................................................................................................
For construction and architectural use................................................
For other u ses......................................................................................
Other flat glass products........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3231-8
3231-821
3231-871
3231-88
3231-881
3231-88104
3231-883
3231-889
3231-898
3231-SM
3231-M
3231-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/87
06/83
06/87
06/83
06/83
06/83

114.7
107.4
110.8
101.7
123.6
104.2
95.1
127.6
121.9

115.5
113.8
110.7
101.7
124.1
104.7
94.6
127.6
125.7

115.5
(3)
110.7
101.7
124.1
104.7
94.6
(3
)
125.7

-0.7
(3)
-1.1
-2.2
1.2
1.1
-7.4
(3)
3.5

12/83
06/83

104.1
119.7

(3)
119.7

(3)
119.7

(3)
2.3

Nov. 1990

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

Hydraulic cement ..................................................................................................

324

06/82

102.8

103.6

103.6

1.9

0

Hydraulic ce m en t..................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Cement, including portland cements and other cements (masonry, lime,
e tc .).......................................................................................................
Northeast region......................................................................................
North Central region................................................................................
East North Central division, including portland cements and other
cements (masonry, lime, etc..........................................................
West North Central division, including portland cements and other
cements (masonry, lime, etc..........................................................
South region............................................................................................
South Atlantic division, including portland cements and other
cements (masonry, lime, etc.) .......................................................
East South Central division, including portland cments and other
cements (masonry, etc.)................................................................
West South Central division, including portland cements and other
cements (masonry, lime, etc..........................................................
West region .............................................................................................

3241
3241-P

06/82
06/82

102.8
102.7

103.6
103.5

103.6
103.5

1.9
1.9

0
0

3241-3
3241-322
3241-323

06/89 . 101.5
06/89
93.9
06/89
99.8

102.3
93.4
100.4

102.4
92.0
100.8

2.0
-5.9
1.8

.1
-1.5
.4

3241-3231

06/89

99.9

100.1

101.1

1.5

1.0

3241-3232
3241-324

06/89
06/89

99.7
104.5

100.8
106.0

100.4
106.4

2.4
5.3

-.4
.4

3241-3241

06/89

101.7

100.6

100.7

.8

.1

3241-3242

06/89

101.2

100.5

101.7

2.3

1.2

3241-3243
3241-325

06/89
06/89

108.8
102.2

113.7
102.8

113.8
102.7

10.6
.7

.1
-.1

Structural clay products........................................................................................

325

12/84

114.5

114.6

115.0

2.3

.3

Brick and structural clay tile .................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Brick, except ceramic glazed and refractory.............................................
Building or common, and face brick .......................................................
Building or common brick ....................................................................
Face brick ............................................................................................
Other brick (paving, floor, and sewer) ....................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

3251

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

113.0
115.4
115.4
115.4
124.6
113.1
112.5

113.0
115.4
115.4
115.4
124.6
113.1
112.5

113.0
115.4
115.4
115.4
124.6
113.1
112.5

1.5
1.7
1.7
1.6
2.2
1.4
3.7

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Ceramic wall and floor tile ....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Ceramic mosaic .......................................................................................
Unglazed...............................................................................................
Quarry tile ................................................................................................
Unglazed...............................................................................................
Glazed wall tile .........................................................................................
Other tile incl. paver, special purpose, decorative thin wall, etc............
Glazed...................................................................................................

3253
3253-P
3253-11
3253-112
3253-12
3253-122
3253-131
3253-14
3253-141

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

113.0
114.6
115.8
115.8
110.2
110.8
117.3
97.3
97.0

112.6
114.1
116.4
116.4
109.3
109.7
116.8
97.2
97.0

114.0
115.6
117.4
117.4
111.4
112.1
118.2
97.2
97.0

2.0
2.0
1.2
1.2
3.3
3.7
1.9
.8
.8

1.2
1.3
.9
.9
1.9
2.2
1.2
0
0

Clay refractories....................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Bricks and shapes.......................................................................................
Fireclay (including semisilica) brick and clay except superduty............
High alumina inc. high alumina ladle brick, 50% alumina and o v e r.....
Insulating firebrick and shapes...............................................................
Clay kiln furniture, radiant heater elements, potters’ supplies &
oth. misc. shaped item s....................................................................
Unshaped clay refractories........................................................................
Refractory bonding mortars, wet and dry, less than 50% alumina.......
Plastic refractories and ramming mixes, less than 50% alum ina.........
High alumina plastic refractories and rammimg mixes, 50% alumina
and o ve r............................................................................................
Castable refractories (hydraulic setting).....................................................
Castable refractories, less than 50% alumina.......................................
High alumina castable refractories.........................................................
Insulating castables (density up to 105 Ibs./cu.ft.) and insulating
gunning m ixes...................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3255
3255-P
3255-1
3255-111
3255-113
3255-116

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

112.1
111.2
111.7
106.4
113.0
121.6

112.8
112.0
112.7
108.4
113.0
121.6

112.8
112.0
112.7
108.4
113.0
121.6

4.0
3.5
3.5
5.2
2.7
4.6

0
0
0
0
0
0

3255-117
3255-2
3255-211
3255-213

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

118.5
113.7
106.5
109.9

118.5
113.7
106.5
109.9

118.5
113.7
106.5
109.9

1.5
4.8
3.0
2.6

0
0
0
0

3255-214
3255-3
3255-311
3255-312

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

116.8
107.5
107.1
105.4

116.8
107.5
107.1
105.4

116.8
107.5
107.1
105.4

3.8
3.1
5.1
.5

0
0
0
0

3255-313
3255-SM
3255-S

12/85

113.3

113.3

5.6

12/85

115.1

115.4

115.7

4.7

.3

Structural clay products, n.e.c...............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................

3259

12/85
12/85

110.9
112.6

110.9
112.6

110.9
112.6

.3
.3

0
0

3251-P
3251-1
3251-111
3251-11101
3251-11102
3251-119
3251-SM

3259-P

See footnotes at end of table.




80

0

(3
)

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

Index
Industry and product'

Industry

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Structural clay products, n.e.c.—Continued
Vitrified clay sewer pipe and fittings..........................................................
Other structural clay products, n.e.c...........................................................
Other structural clay products incl. terra cotta, drain and flue
tile, conduit and adobe....................................................................

3259-1
3259-2

12/85
12/85

3259-298

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

115.3
106.5

115.3
106.5

115.3
106.5

Dec. 1989

0
1.0

Nov. 1990

0
0

12/85

108.0

108.0

108.0

0

0

Pottery and related products................................................................................

326

12/84

117.4

118.0

118.2

3.3

.2

Vitreous plumbing fixtures....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Lavatories, china and earthenware........................................................
Water closet bow ls.................................................................................
Siphon j e t .............................................................................................
Flush ta n ks..............................................................................................
Other china plumbing fixtures incl. other w.c. bowls, bidets,
drinking fountains, sinks, etc.............................................................
China and earthenware plumbing fixture accessories and fittings...........
China and earthenware plumbing fixture accessories and fittings........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3261

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

112.2
109.9
111.3
110.9
112.8
107.6

113.6
109.2
106.6
111.5
113.5
107.5

114.1
109.7
109.6
111.2
113.1
107.6

3.1
1.5
2.0
1.7
2.1
.6

.4
.5
2.8
-.3
-.4
.1

06/85
06/85
06/85

113.0
112.4
112.4

113.4
112.4
112.4

113.7
112.4
112.4

4.8
2.6
2.6

.3
0
0

06/85

124.2

123.4

123.6

-.2

.2

Vitreous china food utensils.................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Vitreous china and porcelain table and kitchen utensils..........................
Tableware (for serving food and drink) ..................................................
Hotel or commercial tableware ...........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

3262

12/83
12/83

129.1
128.3

129.7
129.0

129.7
129.0

4.3
4.3

.0
0

12/83
12/83

128.3
120.1

129.0
121.3

129.0
121.2

4.3
2.7

0
-.1

Porcelain electrical supplies.................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Porcelain, steatite and other ceramic electrical products.........................
All other, including guy strain insulators and spools .............................
Dry process electrical porcelain incl. parts for radio sets, spark
plugs, cleats, etc................................................................................
Steatite electrical products......................................................................
Beryllia, titanate, and other ceramic electrical products n.e.c................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3264

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

112.3
111.7
111.7
104.9

114.0
113.5
113.5
104.9

114.2
113.7
113.7
104.9

3.2
3.5
3.5
1.4

.2
.2
.2
0

12/85
12/85
12/85

(3)
107.4
112.0

<
3)
(3
)
(3)

111.3
107.4
(3)

2.7
1.1
(3)

12/85

118.2

119.6

120.1

2.2

.4

Pottery products, n.e.c., including fine earthenware food utensils......................
Primary products............................................................................................
Art, decorative and novelty pottery............................................................
Earthenware and stoneware...................................................................
Stoneware and fine earthenware food utensils, household and
commercial...........................................................................................
Tableware................................................................................................
Kitchenware.............................................................................................
Other pottery products, n.e.c.......................................................................
All other pottery products, incl. chemical stoneware & porcelain,
n.e.c....................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

3268
3268-P
3268-1
3268-131

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

123.3
125.7
119.0
116.1

123.2
125.6
119.0
116.1

122.9
125.4
119.0
116.1

3.8
4.2
-1.7
.8

-.2
-.2
0
0

3268-2
3268-211
3268-212
3268-3

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

121.1
111.7
136.7
147.5

120.9
111.4
136.7
147.5

120.1
110.1
(3)
147.8

4.0
4.8
(3)
15.3

-.7
-1.2
(3
)
.2

3268-315
3268-SM

12/83
12/83

149.2
(3
)

149.2
(3
)

149.8
(3
)

14.1
(3
)

.4
(3
)

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products.............................................................

327

12/84

106.2

107.2

107.2

1.9

0

Concrete block and brick......................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Concrete block and concrete brick............................................................
Concrete block: light, medium, and normal (excluding decorative and
paving)...............................................................................................
concrete block and brick, except decorative and paving...................
North Atlantic lightweight b lo c k .......................................................
North Central lightweight block........................................................
South Atlantic lightweight block.......................................................
South Central lightweight b lo ck.......................................................
Western lightweight block.................................................................
Medium weight concrete block, from 105 lbs. but < 125 Ibs./cf dry
weight ............................................................................................
North Atlantic medium weight b lo c k ................................................
North Central medium weight block.................................................
South Atlantic medium weight block................................................
Western medium weight block.........................................................
Normal weight concrete block, 125 lbs. or more/cf dry w eight........
North Atlantic normal weight b lo ck..................................................
North Central normal weight block ..................................................
South Atlantic normal weight block..................................................
South Central normal weight b lo ck..................................................
Western normal weight block ..........................................................
Decorative block (such as screen block, split block, slump block,
shadowal block, etc.) .......................................................................
Concrete b rick.........................................................................................

3271
3271 -P
3271-1

06/81
06/81
06/81

125.7
129.5
129.5

126.1
130.0
130.0

126.0
129.9
129.9

1.9
2.3
2.3

-.1
-.1
-.1

3271-11
3271-111
3271-11101
3271-11102
3271-11103
3271-11104
3271-11105

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

130.5
130.4
104.1
106.5
103.7
104.4
106.8

130.9
130.8
104.1
107.2
104.3
104.6
106.8

130.9
130.8
104.1
107.2
104.9
103.2
107.7

2.4
3.5
4.0
4.1
3.6
1.5
3.6

0
0
0
0
.6
-1.3
.8

3271-115
3271-11501
3271-11502
3271-11503
3271-11505
3271-117
3271-11701
3271-11702
3271-11703
3271-11704
3271-11705

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

130.1
104.7
102.4
99.5
104.3
130.9
106.2
105.3
118.0
102.9
102.8

130.6
104.4
102.4
102.0
104.3
131.5
106.2
105.3
120.4
102.9
102.8

130.4
104.4
102.5
101.1
104.3
131.3
106.2
105.3
119.8
102.9
102.8

.1
-1.0
.3
0
2.5
2.3
1.4
2.6
3.8
.9
2.1

-.2
0
.1
-.9
0
-.2
0
0
-.5
0
0

3271-121
3271-151

06/81
06/81

123.8
116.3

123.8
116.9

123.8
116.3

3.9
-3.2

0
-.5

3261-P
3261-111
3261-121
3261-12101
3261-131
3261-151
3261-2
3261-211
3261-SM
3261-S

3262-P
3262-1
3262-11
3262-118
3262-SM

3264-P
3264-1
3264-117
3264-129
3264-141
3264-198
3264-SM
3264-S

See footnotes at end of table.




81

(3)
(3)
(3)

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Concrete block and brick—Continued
Paving b lo cks..........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous receipts...................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3271-161
3271-SM
3271-M
3271-XY9
3271-289
3271-S

Concrete products................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Concrete pipe .............................................................................................
Culvert and storm sewer p ip e .................................................................
Reinforced............................................................................................
Sanitary sewer p ip e .................................................................................
Reinforced............................................................................................
Precast concrete products.........................................................................
Slabs and tile ..........................................................................................
Wall panels..............................................................................................
Burial vaults and boxes...........................................................................
Concrete septic ta n k s .............................................................................
Other precast concrete products............................................................
Prestressed concrete products, excluding p ip e .........................................
Solid and hollow cored panels................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3272

Ready-mixed concrete..........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Ready-mixed concrete................................................................................
Northeast region ready-mixed concrete .................................................
New England ready-mixed concrete....................................................
Mid Atlantic ready-mixed concrete ......................................................
North Central region ready-mixed concrete...........................................
East North Central ready-mixed concrete ..........................................
West North Central ready-mixed concrete .........................................
Southern region ready-mixed concrete...................................................
South Atlantic ready-mixed concrete...................................................
West South Central ready-mixed concrete..........................................
East South Central ready-mixed concrete..........................................
Western region ready-mixed concrete....................................................
Mountain ready-mixed concrete..........................................................
Pacific ready-mixed concrete...............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3273

L im e .......................................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Quicklime.....................................................................................................
Hydrated lim e ..............................................................................................

3274

Gypsum products..................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
112 inch regular gypsum board..................................................................
Type X gypsumboard..................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3275




3272-P
3272-1
3272-16
3272-161
3272-17
3272-171
3272-2
3272-213
3272-223
3272-234
3272-261
3272-281
3272-3
3272-331
3272-SM
3272-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

06/81

122.2

125.2

125.2

2.5

0

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

107.3
122.7
106.4
136.6

107.5
122.7
106.6
136.7

107.3
122.7
106.4
136.7

-.2
2.3
-.5
1.7

-.2
0
-.2
0

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/80
12/79

128.0
125.9
115.3
103.8
112.4

129.4
127.2
117.1
106.1
115.0

129.4
127.2
116.7
105.5
114.3

2.4
2.4
2.2
6.7
6.6

0
0
-.3
-.6
-.6

12/79
12/79
07/85
11/84
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

121.6
141.1
117.4
109.8
146.3
155.2
137.7
117.6
139.7

124.8
141.9
117.4
111.3
146.3
155.3
138.5
117.6
139.7

124.8
142.2
(3
)
111.3
147.2
155.3
138.9
117.6
139.7

-4.4
3.7
(3)
5.4
2.5
7.5
3.1
-.3
.2

0
.2
(3)
0
.6
0
.3
0
.0

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

12/79

156.5

162.7

162.7

4.0

0

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

114.7
113.3
113.3
100.6
101.3
100.2
101.7
103.3
99.0
108.3
110.1
107.5
105.0
102.7
99.6
104.6

115.8
114.4
114.4
102.2
102.8
101.8
103.1
103.8
101.8
109.2
110.2
108.8
106.8
103.6
100.6
105.3

116.2
114.9
114.9
102.3
103.0
101.9
103.6
105.6
100.4
110.0
110.7
109.9
107.4
T03.4
100.2
105.3

3.1
3.3
3.3
.9
.2
1.3
.9
1.2
.2
5.3
1.7
8.6
4.8
3.0
2.7
3.2

.3
.4
.4
.1
.2
.1
.5
1.7
-1.4
.7
.5
1.0
.6
-.2
-.4
0

06/81
06/81

118.8
133.0

119.9
133.0

119.9
132.4

.5
2.6

0
-.5

3274-P
3274-111
3274-151

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

107.8
108.7
108.1
108.1

107.7
108.6
107.8
108.3

108.0
109.0
107.8
108.2

3.8
4.3
5.1
1.5

.3
.4
0
-.1

3275-P
3275-225
3275-315
3275-S

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

100.2
100.8
90.9
94.6
86.3

101.7
102.7
92.7
95.9
(3)

99.9
101.2
90.5
95.1
80.3

-7.1
-5.9
-8.2
-6.3
<
3)

-1.8
-1.5
-2.4
-.8
(3)

3273-P
3273-111
3273-111A
3273-11101
3273-11102
3273-111B
3273-11103
3273-11104
3273-111C
3273-11105
3273-11106
3273-11107
3273-111D
3273-11108
3273-11109
3273-SM
3273-M
3273-S

82

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

12/84

123.0

124.1

124.1

3.2

0

12/84
12/84

123.0
122.6

124.1
123.8

124.1
123.8

3.2
3.5

0
0

3281-1
3281-113
3281-135
3281-198

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

114.8
94.9
122.8
106.5

115.1
94.9
123.2
106.5

115.1
94.9
123.2
106.5

3.3
1.7
3.5
4.6

0
0
0
0

3281-2
3281-213
3281-3
3281-337
3281-33715

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

119.2
119.2
141.6
148.0
112.8

124.9
124.9
141.9
148.6
(3
)

124.9
124.9
141.9
148.6
(3)

11.1
11.1
.2
.4
(3
)

0
0
0
0

3291 -P
3291-5
3291-5A
3291-517
3291-519
3291-6
3291-6A
3291-637
3291-642
3291-631
3291-671
3291-67102

328

Cut stone and stone products..............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Dressed dimension granite, including gneiss, syenite, diorite, and cut
granite...................................................................................................
Building stone..........................................................................................
Monumental sto n e ...................................................................................
Other granite products such as paving blocks and curbing..................
Dressed dimension limestone, including dolomite, travertine, calcareous
tufa, and cut limestone........................................................................
Building stone..........................................................................................
Dressed dimension marble and other stone .............................................
Building stone, monumental stone, and other marble products............
Monumental stone ...............................................................................

Dec.
19902

3281-P

Cut stone and stone products........................................................... ..................

Nov.
19902

3281

Abrasives, asbestos, and miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral
products .........................................................................................................

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

(3
)

329

12/84

111.8

112.6

112.3

2.1

-.3

Abrasive products.................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Nonmetallic sized grains, powders, and flour abrasives...........................
Synthetic nonmetallic sized grains, powders, and flour abrasives........
Silicon carbide......................................................................................
Aluminum o xid e ....................................................................................
Nonmetallic abrasive products (including diamond abrasives) .................
Resinoid and shellac bon d ......................................................................
Reinforced............................................................................................
Nonoreinforced.....................................................................................
Vitrified bond ...........................................................................................
Diamond wheels ......................................................................................
Other b on d ...........................................................................................
Nonmetallic coated abrasive products, buffing wheels, polishing wheels,
and lap s................................................................................................
Cloth (all bonds)......................................................................................
Glue bond.............................................................................................
Other shapes.....................................................................................
Resin and waterproof b o n d .................................................................
Belts ..................................................................................................
Paper (all bonds) ....................................................................................
Glue bond.............................................................................................
Other shapes....................................................................................
Other (including paper-cloth, vulcanized cloth-fiber combinations) .......
Metal abrasives (including scouring pads).................................................
Steel and iron grit, shot, and sand.........................................................
Steel w o o l................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales...................................................................................................

3291

12/80
12/80
06/87
06/87
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/87
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/87
12/80

142.5
140.1
116.2
115.8
91.2
95.9
145.7
123.3
162.1
156.8
144.3
118.9
123.7

142.7
140.0
116.2
115.8
91.2
95.9
145.1
123.9
162.1
158.1
(3)
114.9
(3)

142.6
139.8
115.2
114.8
91.2
95.9
145.0
123.5
162.1
157.2
(3
)
115.4
(3)

3.3
2.3
-.6
-1.2
-4.9
.4
.5
3.3
4.7
2.1
(3)
-.6
(3)

-.1
-.1
-.9
-.9
0
0
-.1
-.3
0
-.6
(3)
.4
(3)

12/80
06/87
06/87
12/80
06/87
12/80
06/87
06/87
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

160.6
114.3
113.9
175.4
114.4
169.5
114.3
111.4
171.1
145.2
134.9
115.9
130.8

160.6
114.3
113.9
175.4
114.4
169.5
(3)
(3)
(3)
145.1
135.4
117.5
131.0

160.7
114.3
113.9
175.4
114.4
169.5
114.3
(3)
(3
)
145.2
135.2
O
131.0

4.6
4.4
4.8
4.8
4.2
4.1
5.3
(3)
(3)
3.9
3.0
(3)
2.0

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

12/80
12/80

172.1
172.1

175.0
175.0

174.9
174.9

5.4
5.4

-.1
-.1

Asbestos products................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Asbestos friction materials.........................................................................
Molded brake linings containing asbestos, including all nonwoven
types..................................................................................................
Asbestos disc brake p a d s ......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products............

3292

12/85
12/85
12/85

100.6
99.7
102.4

101.8
101.1
102.4

100.9
100.0
102.4

-1.4
-1.5
-.2

-.9
-1.1
0

12/85
12/85

103.3
95.6

103.3
95.6

103.3
95.6

0
-1.4

0
0

12/85

107.6

107.6

107.6

-1.1

0

Gaskets, packing, and sealing devices................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Gaskets and gasketing materials...............................................................
Rubber (elastomeric)...............................................................................
M etallic.......................................................................................... ,.........
Other nonmetallic gaskets, including fluorocarbon gaskets and sheets
Packing and sealing devices .....................................................................
Packing and seals, rubber......................................................................
Oil and grease seals, radial lip ty p e ...................................................
Up-type molded packing, single and multiple units (flange, cup,
U-ring, V-ring, e tc .)........................................................................
All other molded packing and se als...................................................
Plastics packing and seals, including o-rings.........................................
Packing, except leather, rubber, metal, and plastics.............................
Compression packing for sealing, moving and nonmoving p arts......
All other packing and se als................................................................
Axial mechanical seals...........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ..............................................................................
Secondary products...................................................................................

3293

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

112.9
113.4
116.7
119.5
134.0
101.5
111.1
108.2
101.5

113.6
114.2
118.1
120.6
137.9
101.5
111.5
108.6
(3)

113.7
114.2
118.2
120.7
137.9
101.8
111.5
108.6
(3
)

3.6
3.5
4.1
4.9
7.8
.3
3.2
2.4
(3)

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

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

128.6
108.0
96.5
122.8
119.8
124.4
115.2

(3
)
108.0
96.8
123.7
(3)
125.7
(3
)

(3
)
108.0
96.8
123.7
0
125.7
115.2

(3)
.7
.3
4.7
(3
)
3.9
6.0

(3)

12/85
12/85

112.6
107.0

112.6
107.0

112.6
107.0

4.4
2.8

3291-7
3291-71
3291-711
3291-71102
3291-715
3291-71501
3291-72
3291-721
3291-72102
3291-739
3291-8
3291-811
3291-831
3291-SM
3291-M
3291-Z89

3292-P
3292-2
3292-215
3292-221
3292-SM
3292-S

3293-P
3293-2
3293-231
3293-251
3293-298
3293-3
3293-311
3293-31121
3293-31131
3293-31139
3293-341
3293-362
3293-36261
3293-36269
3293-371
3293-SM
3293-M
3293-S

See footnotes at end of table.




83

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

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Minerals and earths ground or treated................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Minerals and earths ground or treated.......................................................
Lightweight aggregate, expanded clay, slag, perlite, haydite, pumice
and diatomaceous e arth ...................................................................
Slag, including crushed and ground.......................................................
Clay, including ground crude fire clay, high alumina clay, and silica
fire clay..............................................................................................
Other minerals and earths, ground or treated, incl. feldspar, roof
granules and barite...........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3295

Mineral wool ..........................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Mineral wool for structural insulation.........................................................
Loose fiber and granulated fib e r............................................................
Other mineral wool for structural insulation, including insulating
b oard.................................................................................................
Mineral wool for industrial, equipment, and appliance insulation.............
Blankets (flexible) including fabricated pieces, rolls, and batts.............
Faced and metal meshed....................................................................
Molded insulation (such as special automotive, appliance, and
aerospace item s)..............................................................................
Acoustical, including pads, boards, patches, etc.....................................
Other mineral wool for industrial, equipment, and appliance
insulation...........................................................................................

3296

Nonclay refractories..............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Bricks and shapes.......................................................................................
Magnesite and magnesite-chrome bricks and shapes..........................
Other, including basic pouring pit refractories.....................................
Mullite bricks and shapes, made predominantly of fused or synthetic
m ullite................................................................................................
Extra-high alumina bricks & shapes, made predominantly of fused and
synthetic aluminas............................................................................
All other bricks and shapes, including dolomite, dolomite-magnesite
and carbon refractories............................................................... .....
Mortars.........................................................................................................
Plastic refractories & ramming mixes, wet & dry, and castables of
nonhydraulic setting type .....................................................................
Basic castables, plastics and ramming mixes (wet and dry types) ......
Gunning mixes, basic and other.................................................................
Other nonclay refractory materials in lump or ground fo rm ......................
All other domestic shipments as refractory raw materials.....................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3297

Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c......................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Statuary and art goods (factory made) ......................................................
Other nonmetallic mineral products...........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3299

Primary metal industries........................................................................................

33

Blast furnaces, steel works, and rolling and finishing m ills.................................

331

12/84

Blast furnaces and steel m ills..............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Open die or smith forgings (hammer or press), ferrous...........................
Open die or smith forgings (hammer or press), ferrous........................
Rails, wheels, and track accessories........................................................
Coke oven and blast furnace products......................................................
Coke oven products................................................................................
Coke, except screenings and breeze..................................................
Furnace c o k e ....................................................................................
Other co ke .........................................................................................
Steel ingots and semifinished shapes and form s......................................
Semifinished products (excluding wire rods), ca rbo n ............................
Billets, carbon.......................................................................................
Wire rods, ca rbo n ....................................................................................
Semifinished products (excluding wire rods), a llo y ................................
Billets, a llo y..........................................................................................
Semifinished products (excluding wire rods), stainless.........................
Billets, stainless........................ *.........................................................
Wire rods, stainless.................................................................................

3312

06/82
06/82
06/82
12/89
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/89
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/89
06/82

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

3295-P
3295-1

06/85
06/85
06/85

111.0
113.1
113.1

111.0
113.1
113.1

110.9
113.0
113.0

0.9
.6
.6

-0.1
-.1
-.1

3295-111
3295-131

06/85
06/85

106.9
101.2

110.1
100.7

109.0
100.8

2.5
-2.7

-1.0
.1

3295-184

06/85

115.2

115.2

115.2

2.5

0

3295-198
3295-SM
3295-S

06/85

121.7

121.1

121.1

1.2

0

06/85

105.8

<
3)

105.8

4.5

(3)

3296-P
3296-1
3296-111

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

108.8
108.6
95.9
86.1

110.9
110.8
98.7
86.2

109.7
109.6
96.9
85.5

1.1
1.2
2.2
.9

-1.1
-1.1
-1.8
-.8

3296-198
3296-2
3296-235
3296-23536

12/81
12/81
12/81
10/82

104.0
130.6
150.7
149.7

(3
)
131.3
150.8
150.1

(3
)
131.6
150.8
(3)

<
3)
-.8
1.0
<
3)

(3)
.2
0
(3
)

3296-245
3296-283

12/81
04/82

(3)
(3)

141.8
(3)

141.8
(3)

(3)
<
3)

<
3)

3296-298

12/81

118.8

118.8

118.8

-4.4

0

3297-P
3297-1
3297-112
3297-11213

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

111.1
111.5
111.0
109.7
110.1

111.2
111.5
111.0
109.7
110.1

111.4
111.8
111.4
109.7
110.1

2.7
2.9
3.5
5.3
5.2

.2
.3
.4
0
0

3297-115

12/85

114.6

114.6

114.6

1.1

0

0

3297-116

12/85

112.8

112.8

112.8

.9

0

3297-121
3297-2

12/85
12/85

118.7
132.6

118.8
132.6

118.8
132.6

.7
(3)

0
.0

3297-4
3297-411
3297-5
3297-6
3297-612
3297-SM
3297-S

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

121.7
120.5
107.2
106.8
104.3

(3)
(3)
107.2
107.0
104.6

121.7
120.5
107.2
107.0
104.6

2.2
2.6
1.6
.2
.3

12/85

109.4

109.2

109.2

.9

0

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

107.0
104.7
115.4
99.8

107.8
105.6
115.4
99.8

110.4
107.5
115.4
101.6

3.8
3.3
3.9
0

2.4
1.8
0
1.8

3299-P
3299-2
3299-3
3299-SM
3299-S

<
3)
<
3)
0
0
0

3312-P
3312-B
3312-B62
3312-C
3312-1
3312-1A
3312-111
3312-11111
3312-11114
3312-2
3312-213
3312-21311
3312-219
3312-236
3312-23611
3312-256
3312-25611
3312-259

84

12/85

125.1

125.1

133.7

6.9

6.9

12/84

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

117.2

116.6

115.6

-.9

-.9

106.3

106.3

106.2

-1.6

-.1

110.5
110.3
102.0
106.3
112.0
90.2
86.8
84.6
77.9
102.8
107.2
108.1
109.9
104.7
105.1
91.8
120.0
99.5
121.0

110.5
110.5
102.0
106.3
112.1
90.7
87.4
84.4
77.5
(3)
108.5
111.5
110.9
103.6
104.6
91.4
127.1
101.7
(3)

110.3
110.3
102.0
106.3
112.1
90.5
87.1
84.7
77.8
103.4
108.6
111.5
110.9
103.8
104.8
91.6
126.9
101.6
(3
)

-1.9
-1.5
6.3
6.3
1.4
1.1
1.4
-3.2
-5.9
3.4
-1.0
(3)
.6
-3.8
-2.0
<
3)
3.4
1.6
<
3)

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

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Blast furnaces and steel mills—Continued
Tin mill products, h.r. sheets and strip (incl. metallic coated and
electrical)....................................................................................
Sheets, h.r., carbon.......................................................................
Sheets and strip, hot dipped galvanized, carbon........................
Sheets and strip, electrolytic galvanized, carbon........................
Other metallic coated sheets and strip, carbon ..........................
Strip, h.r., carbon ..........................................................................
Tinplate .........................................................................................
Tin free steel .................................................................................
Strip, h.r., stainless.......................................................................
Hot rolled bars, plates and structural shapes .................................
Plates, carbon ...............................................................................
Heavy structural shapes, piling and piles, carbon.......................
Heavy structural shapes, carbon ..............................................
Bars, h.r., carbon ..........................................................................
Bars, h.r., carbon, merchant quality..........................................
Bars, h.r., carbon, special quality..............................................
Bars, light structurals, carbon ......................................................
Concrete reinforcing bars, carbon................................................
Plates, alloy ..................................................................................
Bars, h.r. (including light structurals), alloy...................................
Tool steel, other than high speed, a lloy......................................
Plates and structural shapes, stainless.......................................
Plates, stainless.........................................................................
Grade 3 0 4 ...............................................................................
Other 300 series....................................................................
Bars, h.r., stainless.......................................................................
Grade 304 .................................................................................
Steel w ire.........................................................................................
Carbon wire ..................................................................................
Plain wire, carbon......................................................................
Steel pipe and tubes........................................................................
Pipe and oil country tubular goods, carbon ................................
Oil country tubular goods, carbon............................................
Cold rolled sheets and strip (excl. metallic coated and electrical).
Sheets and strip, c.r., carbon.......................................................
Sheets, c.r., carbon...................................................................
Sheets and strip, c.r., stainless....................................................
Sheets, c.r., stainless................................................................
Grade 304 ..............................................................................
Strip, c.r., stainless....................................................................
Grade 304 ...
Cold finished bars
Bars, c.f., stainless
Grade 304 .....
Other 300 series
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..............................
Secondary products........................................................................
Steel wire products.......................................................................

3312-3
3312-311
3312-313
3312-315
3312-317
3312-319
3312-326
3312-328
3312-359
3312-4
3312-412
3312-415
3312-41511
3312-422
3312-42211
3312-42212
3312-424
3312-425
3312-431
3312-441
3312-449
3312-45
3312-453
3312-45314
3312-45315
3312-461
3312-46114
3312-5
3312-5 A
3312-511
3312-6
3312-6A
3312-619
3312-7
3312-71
3312-711
3312-75
3312-751
3312-75114
3312-755
3312-75514
3312-8
3312-851
3312-85114
3312-85115
3312-SM
3312-S
3315-S

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

121.0
110.2
125.1
114.9
119.8
107.0
143.3
143.6
94.8
105.3
95.0
90.5
90.5
109.5
106.7
112.2
108.7
110.3
98.4
109.1
122.2
139.9
139.8
95.5
96.2
117.9
93.2
102.3
98.7
98.1
92.0
92.3
(3
)
119.3
99.8
120.0
97.7
96.7
(3)
117.3
98.8
97.1
99.9
93.1
96.7

121.6
112.0
124.8
113.4
120.1
107.8
142.9
142.6
89.8
104.8
96.4
91.6
91.6
108.4
107.4
109.3
108.9
109.6
95.4
109.5
122.2
132.2
131.8
94.5
96.8
119.9
95.0
104.2
100.2
99.6
92.7
93.7
87.7
118.0
99.6
119.7
93.1
93.3
93.6
110.3
96.2
98.0
103.6
96.7
98.9

121.7
111.6
125.4
113.7
120.4
109.2
142.4
143.7
89.8
104.6
95.9
92.5
92.4
109.3
107.6
110.8
108.9
105.9
96.5
109.4
122.2
131.4
130.9
93.6
95.9
119.9
95.0
104.2
100.2
99.6
91.0
93.7
87.7
118.1
99.9
120.0
92.1
91.9
90.8
109.5
96.2
98.0
103.6
96.7
98.9

-0.8
-1.2
-3.1
-1.0
.2
-.5
3.9
2.9
-10.2
-3.9
-4.1
(3)
-9.3
1.5
.7
2.1
1.3
-6.5
-4.7
-6.7
-1.5
(3
)
-7.2
-6.4
-4.1
-5.0
-5.0
1.5
1.1
1.0
-2.4
-1.0
-2.3
-1.4
-.1
-.2
-7.9
-8.1
-9.2
(3
)
-3.8
-1.8
-.2
-3.3
-1.1

0.1
-.4
.5
.3
.2
1.3
-.3
.8
0
-.2
-.5
1.0
.9
.8
.2
1.4
0
-3.4
1.2
-.1
0
-.6
-.7
-1.0
-.9
0
0
0
0
0
-1.8
0
0
.1
.3
.3
-1.1
-1.5
-3.0
-.7
0
0
0
0
0

06/82
06/82

107.7
103.5

107.3
102.8

107.3
102.8

-.8
-1.3

0
0

06/83
06/83
06/83

131.4
131.6
114.4

128.1
128.3
112.7

128.5
128.8
112.2

-6.9
-7.1
.8

.3
.4
-.4

3313-4
3313-469

06/83
12/88

150.9
100.9

146.0
97.0

147.4
97.1

-11.5
-13.8

1.0
.1

3313-498

06/83

108.6

106.9

109.2

.5

2.2

3315-P
3315-1
3315-111
3315-151
3315-2
3315-2A
3315-213
3315-218
3315-2B
3315-223
3315-5
3315-5 A
3315-511
3315-515
3315-519
3315-551
3315-6
3315-7
3315-9

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/89
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/89
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82

111.2
110.0
118.7
123.3
97.5
110.7
113.1
114.9
102.2
108.2
110.9
102.4
99.7
98.7
97.0
103.6
135.8
122.1
106.2
111.1

112.3
111.1
123.4
129.8
97.9
110.8
113.1
114.9
102.2
108.3
111.0
102.9
99.7
98.7
96.4
103.9
138.1
121.9
107.2
111.0

112.2
110.9
123.3
129.8
97.6
110.8
113.1
114.9
102.2
108.3
111.0
102.7
99.5
98.5
96.3
103.9
138.1
121.7
106.2
110.8

1.1
1.2
7.4
11.4
-2.4
2.9
3.4
(3)
2.2
1.6
4.5
-1.2
-.3
-.8
(3)
1.4
-1.4
(3)
(3)
.5

-.1
-.2
-.1
0
-.3
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.2
-.2
-.2
-.1
0
0
-.2
-.9
-.2

3313

Steel wire and related products - mfpm ............................
Primary products.........................................................
Noninsulated ferrous wire rope, cable and strand ...
Wire rope and cable.............................................
Wire strand and forms .........................................
Steel nails and spikes..............................................
Steel wire nails......................................................
Galvanized nails ................................................
Other nails.........................................................
Wire staples and tacks, cut nails and spikes......
Steel wire staples..............................................
Steel w ire..................................................................
Carbon wire ..........................................................
Plain wire, carbon..............................................
Galvanized wire, carbon....................................
Other coated wire, carbon................................
Stainless w ire.....................................................
Steel fencing and fence gates ................................
Ferrous wire cloth and other woven wire products .
Other fabricated ferrous wire products....................

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/89
06/82
12/89
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/89
12/89
06/82
12/89
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/89
06/82
12/89
12/89
12/89
06/82
12/89
06/82
06/82
12/89
12/89

3313-P
3313-3

Electrometallurgical products .........................................................................
Primary products......................................................................................
Ferrosilicon............................................................................................
Other ferroalloys and products made in electric and other furnaces,
except blast furnaces ....................................................................
Other ferroalloys ...............................................................................
Other products made in electric and other furnaces, except blast
furnaces ......................................................................................

3315

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

85

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Steel wire and related products • mfpm—Continued
Welded steel wire fa b ric .........................................................................
Welded steel wire fabric (concrete reinforcing mesh) ........................
Other wire products.................................................................................
Other wire products.............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

3315-96
3315-961
3315-98
3315-989
3315-SM
3315-S

103.3
103.7
103.7
103.7

103.1
103.5
103.7
103.7

-0.4
-.5
3.7
3.7

-0.2
-.2
0
0

06/82

133.8

134.9

134.9

6.1

0

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/89
06/82
12/89
06/82
12/89
06/82
12/89
06/82
12/89
06/82
06/82
06/82

112.0
111.8
117.6
121.1
99.7
112.0
98.0
117.9
95.7
147.0
96.2
134.7
101.2
96.4
98.8
82.4

111.3
111.7
117.4
120.6
99.7
112.1
97.7
117.5
94.0
143.8
93.0
132.8
97.6
96.9
99.5
82.4

111.4
111.7
(3
)
120.4
99.7
112.1
98.9
119.0
92.8
140.9
90.4
132.0
96.1
97.4
100.1
82.4

-1.1
-1.4
(3)
-1.9
-.3
-.6
-1.1
(3)
-7.2
(3)
-9.6
(3)
-3.9
-.2
.7
-3.6

.1
0
(3)
-.2
0
0
1.2
1.3
-1.3
-2.0
-2.8
-.6
-1.5
.5
.6
0

3317-P
3317-6
3317-6A
3317-611
3317-6B
3317-622
3317-6C
3317-623
3317-624
3317-627
3317-6E
3317-6F
3317-661
3317-662
3317-6G
3317-664
3317-669

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

112.0
111.6
111.6
118.0
116.9
114.5
125.6
109.0
75.5
117.1
121.0
105.1
94.6
<)
3
108.4
133.3
149.2
137.9

111.9
111.6
111.6
118.6
118.6
114.5
125.6
109.4
75.8
117.5
121.0
105.1
93.2
(3
)
106.6
135.4
148.5
127.4

111.9
111.7
111.7
118.6
118.6
114.5
125.6
108.8
75.8
116.9
121.0
105.1
98.0
(3)
110.3
133.8
148.5
124.3

.3
.4
.4
3.0
3.0
.4
.6
-1.0
(3
)
-1.0
(3
)
0
<)
3
(3
)
(3
)
(3
)
(3
)
-11.3

0
.1
.1
0
0
0
0
-.5
0
-.5
0
0
5.2
(3)
3.5
-1.2
0
-2.4

3316

Steel pipe and tubes - mfpm................................................................................
Primary products.............................................. ..............................................
Steel pipe and tubes...................................................................................
Pipe and oil country tubular goods, carbon...........................................
Standard pipe, carbon..........................................................................
Pressure tubing, carbon............................................ ..............................
Pressure tubing, welded, carbon..........................................................
Mechanical tubing, carbon.......................................................................
Mechanical tubing, seamless, carbon.................................................
Mechanical tubing, welded, carbon.....................................................
Structural pipe and tubing, carbon.......................................................
Pipe and tubing, alloy..............................................................................
Pressure tubing, stainless........................................................................
Pressure tubing, seamless, stainless...................................................
Pressure tubing, welded, stainless.......................................................
Mechanical tubing, stainless...................................................................
Mechanical tubing, welded, stainless..................................................
Other pipe and tubing (including standard pipe), stainless................

103.5
104.0
103.7
103.7

3316-P
3316-3
3316-7
3316-71
3316-715
3316-73
3316-735
3316-75
3316-751
3316-75114
3316-755
3316-75514
3316-8
3316-811
3316-831

Cold finishing of steel shapes - m fp m .................................................................
Primary products.............................................................................................
Sheets and strip, metallic coated and electrical, c . r .................................
Cold rolled sheets and strip........................................................................
Sheets and strip, c.r., carbon..................................................................
Strip, c.r., carbon..................................................................................
Sheets and strip, c.r., alloy......................................................................
Strip, c.r., a llo y......................................................................................
Sheets and strip, c.r., stainless...............................................................
Sheets, c.r., stainless...........................................................................
Grade 3 04 .........................................................................................
Strip, c.r., stainless....................... .......................................................
Grade 3 0 4 .........................................................................................
Cold finished bars .......................................................................................
Bars, c.f., carbon......................................................................................
Bars, c.f., alloy..........................................................................................

06/82
06/82
12/89
12/89

3317

Iron and steel foundries........................................................................................

332

12/84

112.3

111.9

112.5

3.1

.5

Gray iron foundries...............................................................................................
Primary products.............................................................................................
Cast iron pressure and soil pipe and fittings.............................................
Pressure pipe and fittings, ductile iron....................................................
Pressure pipe, ductile iron ...................................................................
Pressure pipe fittings, ductile iro n ........................................................
Pressure pipe and fittings, gray iron .......................................................
Pressure pipe fittings, gray iron ...........................................................
Soil pipe and fittings, gray iro n ...............................................................
Soil pipe, gray iro n ...............................................................................
Other ductile iron castings.........................................................................
Automotive u s e s ......................................................................................
Passenger ca rs.....................................................................................
All other automotive u s e s ....................................................................
Machinery uses........................................................................................
All other u se s..........................................................................................
Other gray iron castings.............................................................................
Molds and stools for heavy steel ingots ................................................
Automotive u s e s ......................................................................................
Passenger ca rs.....................................................................................
All other automotive u s e s ....................................................................
Construction and utility u ses...................................................................
All other u s e s ..........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3321

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/86
06/86
12/80
06/86
12/80
06/86
06/86
06/86
12/80
12/80
06/86
06/86
06/86
12/80
06/86
12/80
12/80
06/86
06/86

124.3
123.3
131.1
111.7
105.2
100.0
133.7
116.5
177.9
103.8
101.8
103.6
124.3
100.5
102.4
100.1
107.0
104.9
105.0
119.0
126.9
111.8
111.4

123.3
122.8
128.0
111.7
105.2
(3)
135.4
117.9
163.0
102.5
102.0
104.1
124.5
101.8
102.9
100.1
106.9
104.9
104.3
119.1
123.5
113.8
111.6

124.2
123.5
129.3
111.7
105.2
100.0
136.8
119.1
167.4
103.3
102.0
104.1
124.5
101.8
102.8
100.1
107.5
104.9
105.2
119.2
127.0
114.4
111.7

2.1
2.5
-1.1
0
0
.1
7.0
6.9
-7.6
-3.9
.9
1.1
1.0
1.2
-.5
1.4
3.5
2.3
3.5
3.5
3.8
5.3
2.9

.7
.6
1.0
0
0
(3
)
1.0
1.0
2.7
.8
0
0
0
0
-.1
0
.6
0
.9
.1
2.8
.5
.1

12/80

128.1

128.1

133.0

4.6

3.8

Malleable iron foundries........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Standard malleable iron castings...............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3322

06/81
06/81
06/81

113.4
113.1
119.9

111.0
111.4
117.5

111.0
111.4
117.5

1.0
1.5
.5

0
0
0

06/81

115.3

108.3

108.3

-2.8

0

Steel investment foundries...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................

3324

06/81
06/81

169.7
168.7

171.9
171.1

171.7
171.0

7.9
8.6

-.1
-.1

3321-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
3321-449
3321-498
3321-SM
3321-S

3322-P
3322-131
3322-SM
3322-S

3324-P

See footnotes at end of table.




86

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Steel investment foundries—Continued
Carbon and low alloy steel investment castings.......................................
High alloy steel investment castings, including stainless steel.................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3324-163
3324-165
3324-SM
3324-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

06/81
06/81

146.1
173.8

146.1
176.8

146.1
176.6

-1.0
10.6

0
-.1

06/81

187.4

187.4

187.4

1.1

0

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

121.0
121.2
116.6
107.7
121.5
128.8

121.7
121.9
118.3
107.7
124.1
128.6

122.0
122.3
118.5
107.7
124.4
127.4

3.9
2.2
3.2
0
4.8
-1.8

.2
.3
.2
0
.2
-.9

06/81
06/81
06/81

129.8
127.5
127.2

129.6
126.5
127.2

128.4
128.2
128.2

-1.8
2.4
4.5

-.9
1.3
.8

Nov. 1990

Steel foundries, n.e.c.............................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Carbon steel castings, except investment.................................................
Railroad wheels and specialties.............................................................
All other carbon steel castings, including rolls for rolling mills .............
High alloy steel castings ............................................................................
High alloy steel castings, including high manganese and stainless
ste e l...................................................................................................
Low alloy steel castings.............................................................................
All other low alloy steel castings............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

3325

Primary smelting and refining of nonferrous metals............................................

333

12/80

128.0

123.6

116.8

-2.4

-5.5

Primary co pp e r.....................................................................................................
Primary products
Smelted copper
Refined copper
Copper cathode
Other refined copper...............................................................................

3331

06/80
06/80

162.6
156.5

150.6
148.4

142.1
139.6

.4
3.5

-5.6
-5.9

06/80
06/80
12/87

156.9
160.0
101.0

133.7
134.9
88.3

130.3
132.5
84.4

2.5
1.5
5.4

-2.5
-1.8
-4.4

Primary aluminum..................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Primary aluminum, except extrusion billet..................................................
Aluminum ingot, unalloyed...................................................................
Other primary aluminum, except extrusion b ille t.................................
Aluminum extrusion billet ...........................................................................

3334

06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80

122.4
125.6
125.3
137.0
100.4
124.6

131.2
134.3
133.2
138.1
100.4
139.4

124.4
127.2
127.2
138.2
104.4
124.0

-.8
-.9
-.5
1.5
3.0
-3.6

-5.2
-5.3
-4.5
.1
4.0
-11.0

Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c...........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Primary zinc.................................................................................................
Refined zinc.............................................................................................
Zinc slab, high grade...........................................................................
Other nonferrous metals ............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

3339

06/80
06/80
06/80
06/88
06/88
06/80

129.7
140.1
192.6
122.6
143.8
125.2

112.4
121.5
159.4
101.5
115.6
122.8

106.1
114.5
152.6
97.2
109.1
122.8

-7.6
-6.8
(3
)
(3)
(3)
-.8

-5.6
-5.8
-4.3
-4.2
-5.6
.0

Secondary nonferrous metals ..............................................................................

334

06/80

102.3

95.9

92.4

-2.0

-3.6

Secondary nonferrous metals ..............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
C opper........................................................................................................
Copper, alloyed.......................................................................................
Brass ingot, alloyed .............................................................................
L ea d ............................................................................................................
Lead, unalloyed.......................................................................................
Antimonial lead........................................................................................
Zinc .............................................................................................................
Zinc base alloys......................................................................................
Precious m etals..........................................................................................
Other nonferrous metals ............................................................................
Aluminum.....................................................................................................
Ingot for die casting ................................................................................
Other aluminum.......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...............................................................................
Sales of nonferrous scrap ......................................................................
Contract toll work ....................................................................................

3341

06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/88
06/88

102.3
102.6
120.9
134.0
112.2
122.5
147.1
121.8
176.5
173.8
56.6
78.4
113.7
78.3
78.0

95.9
95.2
(3
)
(3)
(3
)
104.9
124.2
104.7
147.5
145.3
51.3
73.9
106.6
71.7
76.8

92.4
91.3
114.4
<)
3
(3
)
99.1
118.4
94.9
144.3
142.1
50.1
72.0
102.6
69.0
75.7

-2.0
-3.3
7.6
(3
)
(3
)
-1.7
2.4
-2.2
-11.8
-11.8
-13.8
-2.3
-3.5
-5.0
-3.4

-3.6
-4.1
(3)
(3
)
(3
)
-5.5
-4.7
-9.4
-2.2
-2.2
-2.3
-2.6
-3.8
-3.8
-1.4

06/80
06/88
06/80

110.7
94.3
94.1

109.4
(3
)
91.0

109.2
(3)
90.4

6.2
(3)
-3.6

-.2
(3
)
-.7

3325-P
3325-2
3325-214
3325-219
3325-4
3325-431
3325-5
3325-559
3325-SM

3331-P
3331-1
3331-2
3331-217
3331-226

3334-P
3334-7
3334-71111
3334-71113
3334-8

3339-P
3339-3
3339-341
3339-34113
3339-7
3339-SM

3341-P
3341-2
3341-231
3341-23111
3341-3
3341-311
3341-321
3341-4
3341-411
3341-5
3341-6
3341-7
3341-715
3341-745
3341-SM
3341-M
3341-X16
3341-Y85

Rolling, drawing and extruding of nonferrous metals .........................................

335

12/84

133.9

133.6

131.3

-1.5

-1.7

Rolling, drawing and extruding of copper............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Copper and copper-base alloy w ire ...........................................................
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 pla te ...............................
Unalloyed copper flat products...............................................................
S trip......................................................................................................
Copper-base alloy flat products..............................................................
S trip......................................................................................................

3351

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/86
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

156.5
162.4
152.2
174.7
169.8
168.9
174.3
183.0
175.9
171.5
174.5
168.8
170.2
168.0

147.6
154.3
146.8
163.8
154.9
153.2
161.9
175.0
168.1
164.2
166.7
158.5
163.1
160.1

143.4
149.4
143.3
157.3
148.9
147.0
156.6
167.8
160.5
159.4
157.9
153.3
159.8
156.9

-.7
-.5
-1.4
-3.2
-1.3
-3.5
6.7
-4.4
-5.8
5.4
6.3
5.7
5.1
4.2

-2.8
-3.2
-2.4
-4.0
-3.9
-4.0
-3.3
-4.1
-4.5
-2.9
-5.3
-3.3
-2.0
-2.0

3351-P
3351-1
3351-3
3351-311
3351-31115
3351-31118
3351-332
3351-33218
3351-4
3351-413
3351-41322
3351-435
3351-43526

See footnotes at end of table.




87

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

12/80
12/80

145.4
143.6

138.7
132.7

134.8
131.0

-2.3
-7.8

-2.8
-1.3

12/80

118.5

106.7

105.7

-1.8

-.9

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

129.0
132.8
149.8
164.0
132.7
(3
)
124.8
140.3

131.4
135.3
152.3
167.7
135.2
(3
)
127.2
144.0

130.6
134.4
154.1
170.7
133.7
(3)
124.3
137.5

.3
.3
2.1
3.0
.1
(3)
-1.3
-2.3

-.6
-.7
1.2
1.8
-1.1
(3)
-2.3
-4.5

06/81

122.8

124.5

129.2

1.5

3.8

3354-P
3354-1
3354-115
3354-11511
3354-11512

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

127.8
128.1
128.9
131.4
121.0
139.5

131.1
132.0
133.2
135.5
122.1
146.3

128.6
129.0
129.7
130.5
117.9
140.5

-1.9
-2.2
-2.1
-4.1
-1.3
-6.1

-1.9
-2.3
-2.6
-3.7
-3.4
-4.0

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

122.5
138.6
129.8
111.1
119.9
127.3
122.8

127.7
143.6
135.9
120.0
122.6
134.7
124.9

124.4
140.6
134.2
114.5
121.0
131.1
121.4

-1.4
-1.4
-.5
-.3
-.2
-5.7
-2.4

-2.6
-2.1
-1.3
-4.6
-1.3
-2.7
-2.8

3354-128
3354-12801
3354-139
3354-13911
3354-2
3354-251
3354-253
3354-SM

Rolling, drawing and extruding of copper—Continued
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....................................................................................

Nov.
19902

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

121.3
124.3
125.0
125.8
124.4
119.5
132.0

123.1
125.1
129.0
125.2
126.6
121.2
135.3

122.8
125.0
123.7
121.7
126.1
120.6
(3)

1.0
.4
-1.6
-5.1
-2.2
-3.1
(3)

-.2
-.1
-4.1
-2.8
-.4
-.5
(3)

06/81
06/81
06/81

119.9
124.1
95.5

123.8
124.9
95.9

120.0
123.0
93.5

-5.1
-3.8
-8.9

-3.1
-1.5
-2.5

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

132.3
131.6
149.3
158.4
103.7
107.4
140.2
145.5
132.3
138.7
84.1
115.5
115.4
122.1
95.4
74.9
96.8
' 139.9

128.0
127.0
149.2
159.0
103.3
<
3)
(3)
143.8
(3)
(3
)
(3
)
(3)
(3
)
119.6
95.5
75.0
97.3
(3)

125.6
124.4
148.1
160.3
100.1
106.3
140.0
141.8
(3)
(3
)
(3)
(3
)
(3
)
119.2
94.5
74.3
97.5
136.5

-5.4
-6.0
-5.3
2.8
-4.3
.1
1.3
-4.7
(3
)
(3
)
(3)
(3)
(3
)
2.9
-7.5
-7.5
2.8
-2.3

-1.9
-2.0
-.7
.8
-3.1
(3
)
(3)
-1.4
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-.3
-1.0
-.9
.2
(3)

3351-5
3351-538
3351-SM
3351-S

Aluminum sheet, plate, foil and welded tube products........................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Aluminum p la te ...........................................................................................
Heat-treatable..........................................................................................
Aluminum sheet..........................................................................................
Flat, nonheat-treatable, bare...................................................................
Coiled, nonheat-treatable, bare ..............................................................
Coiled, nonheat-treatable, bare, all others .........................................
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 ve r.................................
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 tu b e ..........................................................
Extruded tube, 6000 series .....................................................................
Drawn tube, 6000 series.......... ...............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts..........................................

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 b ille t.....................................................................
Plate, sheet and s trip ..............................................................................
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 w ire ...................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating...............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy bare wire and c a b le ........................
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 c a b le .....................................................................................
Electronic wire and cable...........................................................................
Coaxial cable, armored or unarmored ....................................................

3353-P
3353-1
3353-113
3353-2
3353-224
3353-231
3353-23115
3353-3
3353-351

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

See footnotes at end of table.




88

06/82

139.8

137.8

137.8

1.5

0

12/82
12/82

149.4
152.3

150.0
153.1

146.9
150.0

-1.4
-1.2

-2.1
-2.0

12/88

87.6

99.1

94.6

-.9

-4.5

12/88
12/88

96.0
88.6

90.0
87.1

87.7
85.2

5.7
-3.2

-2.6
-2.2

12/88
12/82
12/82

97.2
135.4
146.8

97.4
135.3
147.5

97.1
136.6
154.0

-2.9
-1.1
3.2

-.3
1.0
4.4

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

Index
Industry
code

Industry and product1

Product

Index
Aug.
19902

Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating—Continued
Rigid and semirigid..................................................................
Flexible ....................................................................................
Hook-up wire, shielded and nonshielded .................................. ...........
135 C temperature rating or m ore......................................... ...........
Less than 135 C temperature rating ...................................... ...........
Multiconductor electronic wire and cable, shielded and nonshielded ....
Flat and ribbon cable.............................................................. ...........
Multiconductor cable, excluding flat and ribbon ....................
Other electronic wire and cable................................................. ...........
Telephone and telegraph wire and ca b le ..................................... ...........
Inside wiring ca ble .....................................................................
Exchange area and toll telephone cable...................................
Thermoplastic insulated, polyethylene covered .....................
Other telephone and telegraph wire and cable........................
Control and signal wire and ca b le ................................................
Signal wire and cable................................................................. ...........
Control wire and cable, excluding elevator cable ..................... ...........
Building wire and cable with underwriters’ labels........................ ...........
Thermoset insulated (R, RH, RHH, RHW, etc.) ....................... ...........
Thermoplastic insulated............................................................. ...........
Flame retardant nylon (THHN, THWN).................................. ...........
Moisture and heat resistant (THW)........................................ ...........
Nonmetallic branch circuit underground feeder........................ ...........
Other building wire and ca 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 155 ..................... ...........
Film coated, 44 to 7 AWG amd larger, class 180 .................... ........
Film coated, 44 to 7 AWG and larger, class 200 ..................... ........
Power wire and ca b le ....................................................................
Plastic and rubber insulated, under 601 volts ..........................
Portable cord and cable.........................................................
Underground distribution cable...............................................
Thermoplastic and thermoset insulated cable .......................
Plastic and rubber insulated, 601 volts and higher...................
Thermoplastic and thermoset insulated cable .......................
Other power wire and cable.......................................................
Other insulated wire and cable .....................................................
Automotive insulated wire and cable ........................................
Airframe, shipboard, and ground support cable, except coaxial and
ignition...............................................................................................
Other insulated or covered wire and cable ...............................
.
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts............................
Secondary products...................................................................... ............

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

3357-11501
3357-11502
3357-123
3357-12301
3357-12302
3357-125
3357-12501
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

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

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

105.5
95.5
115.7
91.4
105.8
142.0
105.9
104.1
126.4
158.1
181.8
104.9
146.2
219.3
133.0
143.7
126.2
162.1
77.6
80.4
153.8
161.6
163.3
144.3
135.8
98.0
102.2
100.0
108.3
153.8
97.1
146.1
163.4
127.7
94.1
93.7
81.7
128.2
89.8
93.8
151.1
147.5
162.9

106.3
95.5
117.2
93.4
105.9
140.2
105.9
102.5
126.4
167.1
183.3
112.8
157.2
219.3
132.7
144.3
125.6
162.9
74.8
81.2
155.4
163.7
166.3
145.6
133.3
98.6
103.1
100.4
107.0
146.5
93.5
139.3
154.7
124.5
92.1
96.3
78.2
121.8
87.8
90.0
141.9
141.8
155.1

112.3
97.2
117.3
93.2
106.3
135.7
105.9
98.7
124.3
165.8
182.4
111.9
156.0
219.3
132.4
144.3
(3)
150.9
71.1
74.7
143.3
149.8
152.4
141.3
130.2
97.9
100.8
100.1
104.4
144.7
92.9
136.1
153.1
121.8
90.5
94.4
77.9
119.2
85.1
88.8
142.0
138.6
150.2

6.9
-3.7
.5
1.5
-1.0
-7.3
.4
-8.4
-.3
3.3
-1.2
3.9
3.9
1.5
2.1
.5
(3)
-8.2
-5.5
-10.9
-13.2
-8.2
-5.3
-5.3
-2.7
-3.2
-.7
1.8
.9
3.4
2.3
3.0
3.4
-8.2
-6.0
-7.2
-14.5
.5
-11.0
-6.2
-5.3
.7
3.1

5.6
1.8
.1
-.2
.4
-3.2
0
-3.7
-1.7
-.8
-.5
-.8
-.8
0
-.2
0
(3)
-7.4
-4.9
-8.0
-7.8
-8.5
-8.4
-3.0
-2.3
-.7
-2.2
-.3
-2.4
-1.2
-.6
-2.3
-1.0
-2.2
-1.7
-2.0
-.4
-2.1
-3.1
-1.3
.1
-2.3
-3.2

3357-903
3357-998
3357-SM
3357-S

......

12/88
12/88
12/82
12/88
12/88
12/82
12/88
12/88
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/88
10/86
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/88
12/88
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/88
12/82
12/88
12/82
12/82
12/88
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/88
12/88
12/88
10/86
12/88
12/88
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

123.1
122.6

129.5
114.7

129.5
112.0

-.5
-.7

0
-2.4

12/82

155.3

152.9

144.9

-6.5

-5.2

Nonferrous foundries (castings)..............................................................

336

12/84

121.4

121.6

121.5

1.3

-.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, other ..........
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 ther.........................................................................
Other permanent and semi-permanent mold castings, n.e.c.
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts............................
Secondary products......................................................................

3361
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

126.0
124.7
126.1
118.3
117.8
123.3
135.4
150.2
133.0
124.6
118.5
131.2
130.9
136.3
132.0

125.4
124.4
126.0
118.1
117.7
121.7
135.3
150.0
132.7
124.8
118.9
129.4
131.9
130.8
132.0

125.7
124.8
126.5
118.2
117.8
122.2
136.4
152.0
133.5
125.5
118.7
129.2
(3
)
130.8
132.0

0
.2
-1.3
-7.4
-8.2
.4
5.9
10.8
4.8
1.5
.8
2.6
(3
)
-2.5
4.3

.2
,3
.4
.1
.1
.4
.8
1.3
.6
.6
-.2
-.2
(3
)
0
0

3361-3
3361-311

06/83
06/83

122.0
118.4

122.4
118.4

122.9
(3
)

1.3
(3
)

O

3361-315
3361-31514
3361-SM
3361-S

06/83
06/83

126.3
128.1

127.1
130.5

128.2
133.5

3.1
6.7

.9
2.3

06/83

134.6

131.8

131.8

0

0

Brass, bronze and copper foundries......................................................
Primary products...............................................................................
Copper and copper-base alloy sand castings..............................
Copper and copper-base alloy sand castings ..........................

3362

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

131.7
130.2
128.6
128.6

135.8
134.9
134.4
134.4

135.4
134.5
133.8
133.8

5.6
5.9
6.8
6.8

-.3
-.3
-.4
-.4

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

3362-P
3362-1
3362-111

See footnotes at end of table.




89

.4

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

Index
Product

Index
base
C >
D
C C
D
O CO

Industry and product1

Industry

Brass, bronze and copper foundries—Continued
Other copper and copper-base alloy castings..........................................
Other copper and copper-base alloy castings, n.e.c...............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3362-2
3362-214
3362-SM
3362-S

Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c....................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
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

Miscellaneous primary metal products.................................................................

339

Metal heat treating................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Metal heat treating services-New England (MA-RI-CT)............................
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Metal heat treating services-Middle Atlantic (NY-NJ-E.PA-MD)................
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Metal heat treating services-South Central (W.PA-OH-IN-KY)..................
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Case hardening........................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Metal heat treating services-Michigan........................................................
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Case hardening........................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Metal heat treating services-Southeast (VA-NC-SC-GA-AL-TN-FL).........
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Case hardening........................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Metal heat treating services-North Central (IL-WI-MN-MO-IA) .................
Harden and te m p e r.................................................................................
Case hardening........................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Metal heat treating services-Pacific Coast (CA-AZ-OR-WA).....................
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Other metal heat treating services.........................................................
Metal heat treating services-Southwest (TX-OK-AR-CO-LA-UT)..............
Harden and tem per.................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3398

Primary metal products, n.e.c................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Metal powders, paste, and fla kes..............................................................
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

3369-P
3369-1
3369-151
3369-15111
3369-15112
3369-3
3369-391
3369-SM
3369-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

06/83
06/83

141.7
140.1

144.2
142.5

144.2
142.5

4.3
4.3

0
0

06/83

138.4

139.6

139.6

4.5

0

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

138.6
137.8
141.8
138.5
119.0
152.4
134.3
121.2

138.5
137.5
141.3
138.0
(3)
151.1
134.3
121.3

137.2
135.7
139.0
135.8
119.7
147.3
134.3
121.3

2.2
1.5
.6
.6
-.6
1.3
5.6
9.5

-.9
-1.3
-1.6
-1.6
(3)
-2.5
0
0

3398-P
3398-1
3398-111
3398-113
3398-2
3398-221
3398-3
3398-331
3398-332
3398-333
3398-4
3398-441
3398-442
3398-443
3398-5
3398-551
3398-552
3398-553
3398-6
3398-661
3398-662
3398-663
3398-7
3398-771
3398-773
3398-8
3398-881
3398-SM
3398-S

3399-P
3399-1
3399-111
3399-133
3399-155
3399-166
3399-198
3399-2
3399-298
3399-SM
3399-S

06/83

138.0

139.6

140.9

7.2

.9

06/85

115.9

116.1

116.0

-.2

-.1

06/85
06/85
06/90
06/90
06/90
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
06/90
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

107.2
107.7
100.0
100.0
100.0
113.3
118.2
108.6
114.6
104.8
101.5
100.9
100.9
102.7
97.6
100.8
104.2
96.6
100.0
106.7
109.4
103.6
106.4
112.2
119.2
108.9
106.2
100.0

107.3
107.9
100.5
100.0
102.4
114.0
118.2
108.6
115.5
104.8
99.4
100.9
100.9
102.7
97.6
100.0
102.4
96.6
100.0
106.8
109.4
103.6
106.6
112.2
119.2
108.9
107.3
100.6

107.2
107.7
100.5
100.0
102.4
113.3
118.2
108.6
115.5
104.8
99.7
100.9
100.9
102.7
97.6
100.2
102.5
96.9
100.0
106.2
109.4
103.6
103.7
112.2
119.2
108.9
107.3
100.6

1.0
1.0
(3
)
(3
)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1.2
2.3
1.0
-1.1
.1
-.4
.7
(3)
(3)
(3
)
(3)
(3)
-.1
-.6
1.0
-.5
2.7
2.8
1.9
1.0
(3)

-.1
-.2
0
0
0
-.6
0
0
0
0
.3
0
0
0
0
.2
.1
.3
0
-.6
0
0
-2.7
0
0
0
0
0

06/85

103.1

103.1

103.1

(3)

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

126.9
124.5
127.1
144.8
126.1
121.7
122.9
104.3
110.9
110.9

127.3
125.1
127.7
148.9
124.4
122.0
122.6
104.2
111.6
111.6

127.2
124.6
126.9
147.0
121.5
122.0
122.2
104.3
112.8
113.1

-1.5
-2.0
-2.5
-6.5
-1.6
1.0
-2.2
1.4
1.3
1.6

-.1
-.4
-.6
-1.3
-2.3
0
-.3
.1
1.1
1.3

06/85

148.9

147.2

149.9

1.6

1.8

1.8

.2

0

Fabricated metal products, except machinery and transportation
equipment .......................................................................................................

34

12/84

115.4

115.8

116.0

Metal cans and shipping containers.....................................................................

341

12/84

106.0

105.9

105.9

.9

0

Metal c a n s ............................................................................................................
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 c a n s ...........................................................................................

3411

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/86
06/81
06/81

116.8
115.6
119.7
125.4
135.5
114.5
137.4
120.8
128.2
109.4
128.1
110.7

116.7
115.4
119.4
125.0
133.7
114.4
137.4
120.8
128.2
(3)
128.1
110.7

116.8
115.5
119.6
125.1
133.9
114.5
137.4
121.2
124.6
114.1
126.2
110.7

1.5
1.4
1.4
1.2
-.5
1.4
1.7
1.9
-1.7
(3)
-.2
1.3

.1
.1
.2
.1
.1
.1
0
.3
-2.8
(3)
-1.5
0

3411-P
3411-1
3411-1B
3411-117
3411-119
3411-131
3411-1C
3411-137
3411-139
3411-141
3411-2

See footnotes at end of table.




90

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Metal cans—Continued
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...................................................................................

3411-2A
3411-211
3411-213
3411-3
3411-311
3411-SM
3411-S

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

110.6
113.2
108.6
108.4
108.4

110.6
113.2
108.5
108.4
108.4

110.6
113.3
108.4
108.2
108.2

1.3
.7
2.2
2.8
2.8

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

06/81

143.2

(3)

143.2

1.3

(3)

06/83
06/83
06/83
08/83
06/83
06/83
09/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

110.3
115.7
128.3
140.9
110.7
110.7
129.4
112.3
111.0
106.1

110.7
115.8
128.3
140.9
(3)
(3)
129.4
112.5
111.0
106.1

110.5
115.6
128.1
140.9
109.4
109.4
130.2
112.2
111.0
106.1

-4.0
-.4
1.3
(3
)
(3
)
(3
)
(3
)
-1.1
-2.0
.7

-.2
-.2
-.2
0
(3
)
(3)
.6
-.3
0
0

06/83
08/83
09/83

115.8
108.1
107.2

115.8
111.1
110.5

115.8
107.9
107.2

-1.1
(3)
(3)

0
-2.9
-3.0

06/83

105.9

109.3

108.9

3.2

-.4

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

Metal barrels, drums, and pails............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Steel pails...................................................................................................
111/4 in. dia.: full removable head.......................................................
111/4 inch diameter: tight head............................................................
Standard...............................................................................................
All other diameters ..................................................................................
Steel shipping barrels and drums ..............................................................
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 except 14-in. dia.: lighter than 20 gauge..........................................
30 gallons and over............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3412

Cutlery, hand tools, and general hardware.........................................................

342

12/84

116.8

117.4

117.9

3.2

.4

3421
3421-P
3421-1
3421-121
3421-141

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

122.1
125.4
123.0
129.9
137.4

122.7
126.0
124.3
130.2
137.6

122.7
126.0
124.3
130.2
137.6

3.2
4.4
3.9
1.4
4.7

0
0
0
0
0

3421-153

12/83

131.0

136.7

136.7

5.2

0

3421-157
3421-159
3421-SM
3421 -S

12/83
12/83

118.1
124.7

118.5
129.8

118.5
129.8

2.5
4.3

0
0

3412-P
3412-1
3412-121
3412-123
3412-12311
3412-129
3412-2
3412-225
3412-227
3412-229
3412-237
3412-23711
3412-SM
3412-S

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 pliers
Solid joint pliers
Wrenches.........
Sockets for hand-operated wrencnes.................................................
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 mauls........................................................................
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.................................................................
Other hand saws ....................................................................................
Woodworking power saw blades................................................................
Circular saw blades.................................................................................
Solid to o th ............................................................................................

3425

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

126.9

126.9

126.9

5.4

0

129.7
131.0
132.8
120.8
122.8
119.8
134.6
135.0
134.6
141.1
136.0
131.8
134.8
128.0
135.5
130.9
121.4
123.7
114.5
134.9
126.0
132.8
147.7

130.3
131.7
133.3
121.7
123.4
120.9
134.9
135.4
134.8
141.1
136.0
132.2
136.2
129.5
136.8
131.0
121.4
123.7
114.5
134.9
126.0
134.6
148.2

131.3
133.0
135.3
124.1
123.4
124.9
137.2
138.3
137.3
141.1
138.8
136.1
140.1
129.5
136.8
132.2
122.4
123.7
115.0
134.9
128.9
134.5
148.0

4.6
5.3
6.6
7.6
6.3
8.4
6.9
7.8
7.2
6.9
6.2
7.0
10.4
4.8
8.1
3.0
1.8
.2
1.1
.1
5.4
4.7
4.4

.8
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
3.3
1.7
2.1
1.9
0
2.1
3.0
2.9
0
0
.9
.8
0
.4
0
2.3
-.1
-.1

3423-331
3423-341
3423-398
3423-SM
3423-M
3423-Z89
3423-S

06/83
06/83
06/83

133.1
147.4
127.5

137.8
148.1
129.3

137.8
148.0
129.3

3.5
5.1
4.1

0
-.1
0

06/83
06/83
06/83

117.7
117.7
131.6

117.7
117.7
131.5

117.7
117.7
131.6

0
0
3.5

0
0
.1

3425-P
3425-1
3425-149
3425-2
3425-212
3425-21211

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

121.8
123.6
131.9
(3
)
112.0
109.1
111.1

122.7
124.4
132.5
(3
)
113.2
111.2
114.5

122.7
124.5
132.5
131.8
113.2
111.3
114.5

4.1
4.4
5.6
(3)
4.6
5.3
3.7

0
.1
0
(3
)
0
.1
0

See footnotes at end of table.




12/83
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
06/83

91

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
Aug.
19902

Hand saws and saw blades—Continued
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....................................................................................
Hardware, n.e.c......................................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Furniture hardware, excluding cabinet hardware.......................................
Drawer pulls, handles and slides............................................................
Furniture casters......................................................................................
Other furniture hardware.........................................................................
Builders’ hardware.......................................................................................
Padlocks including pin/non-pin tumbler and combination types...........
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 including electronically and electrically operated.......
Protection plates, push plates, pulls, push pull bars, and lock trim,
n.e.c....................................................................................................
Key blanks...............................................................................................
Screen and storm door hardware, including hydraulic and pneumatic
closers...............................................................................................
Window hardware, including window lo cks............................................
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 ...............................
Butt hinges: over 3 1/2 inch x 3 1/2 inch, either dimension.............
Other hinges........................................................................................
Cabinet hardware.....................................................................................
Cabinet knobs, pulls, catches and locks ............................................
Other cabinet hardware, including drawer slides................................
Hangers, tracks, sliding and folding door hardware ..............................
Rim locks and other locking devices, n.e.c.............................................
Other builders’ hardware ........................................................................
Motor vehicle hardware..............................................................................
Door hardware including locks, door handles and hinges.....................
Other motor vehicle hardware................................................................
Other transportation equipment hardware, except motor vehicle
hardware...............................................................................................
Marine hardware......................................................................................
Other hardware, n.e.c..................................................................................
Casters and wheels, for dollies and industrial handtrucks.....................
Other hardware, including hose fittings and couplers...........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales............................................... ....................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Heating equipment, except electric and warm air; and plumbing
fixtures............................................................................................................

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

3425-21213
3425-219
3425-3
3425-331
3425-336
3425-339

06/83
06/83
06/83
07/83
06/83
06/83

101.0
113.0
132.0
102.5
137.0
128.8

101.0
113.5
132.4
104.0
137.0
128.3

101.3
113.5
132.4
104.0
137.0
128.3

8.0
<)
3
3.8
2.3
4.8
(3
)

0.3
0
0
0
0
0

3425-4

06/83

122.7

128.7

128.2

4.6

-.4

3425-411
3425-SM
3425-M
3425-S

06/83

122.7

128.7

128.2

4.6

-.4

06/83
06/83

117.9
111.9

117.9
113.7

117.9
113.7

.3
3.9

0
0

3429-P
3429-2
3429-214
3429-253
3429-298
3429-4
3429-415

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

110.8
109.7
120.7
125.9
107.5
118.2
116.8
108.2

111.5
110.3
120.7
(3
)
(3)
118.2
117.9
111.4

111.9
110.7
121.0
(3
)
(3
)
119.5
118.8
111.4

2.5
2.4
1.2
(3)
(3)
1.1
4.1
(3
)

.4
.4
.2
(3
)
(3)
1.1
.8
0

3429-421
3429-42111
3429-42112
3429-42114
3429-42116

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

120.0
126.8
115.3
117.2
105.8

121.7
132.4
115.3
118.2
105.8

123.3
133.6
115.5
118.5
106.5

5.8
8.4
1.1
6.4
2.0

1.3
.9
.2
.3
.7

3429-423
3429-424

06/85
06/85

99.3
122.8

99.9
122.8

99.9
122.8

(3
)
2.8

0
0

3429-433
3429-436
3429-442
3429-44211
3429-452
3429-45211
3429-45212
3429-45213
3429-461
3429-46113
3429-46114
3429-471
3429-491
3429-498
3429-6
3429-658
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
06/85
06/90
06/85

106.0
(3
)
120.6
116.8
107.5
116.6
96.6
118.1
133.0
120.0
128.8
112.7
129.4
115.7
103.3
100.8
100.6

109.1
118.2
121.0
117.3
107.2
116.6
95.7
118.6
133.1
120.3
129.0
114.8
129.5
116.9
103.6
101.2
101.0

108.3
118.2
122.5
119.6
109.6
117.4
99.9
119.0
133.8
120.5
130.4
114.8
130.0
116.8
103.6
101.2
101.0

1.3
(3
)
8.2
5.7
4.2
2.2
(3)
2.8
3.6
2.6
4.7
3.7
(3)
3.1
.9
(3)
2.5

-.7
0
1.2
2.0
2.2
.7
4.4
.3
.5
.2
1.1
0
.4
-.1
0
0
0

3429-7
3429-711
3429-8
3429-822
3429-898
3429-SM
3429-M
3429-Z89
3429-S

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

131.5
129.1
107.0
109.8
114.4

131.6
129.4
107.7
111.6
114.8

131.6
129.4
108.1
111.6
115.2

2.3
2.6
3.6
3.7
2.4

0
0
.4
0
.3

07/85
06/90
06/85

131.1
100.0
118.4

133.8
102.1
119.7

133.5
101.9
119.8

(3)
(3)
2.7

-.2
-.2
.1

3429

343

12/84

127.7

129.5

129.8

4.7

.2

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 are............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................

3431

12/80
12/80
12/86
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/86

140.4
142.0
115.5
165.9
156.1
132.2
138.7
113.1

139.6
142.3
(3
)
165.6
156.2
132.9
139.0
(3)

139.9
141.9
(3
)
163.4
154.5
133.4
140.4
(3
)

3.4
3.1
<
3)
2.7
2.9
3.6
4.0
(3
)

.2
-.3
(3
>
-1.3
-1.1
.4
1.0
(3
)

Plumbing fixture fittings and brass goods............................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Plumbing fixture fittings and brass goods..................................................
Bath and shower fittings.........................................................................
Single control bath and shower fittings, except thermostatic and
pressure balanced.........................................................................

3432
3432-P
3432-1
3432-101

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

142.6
148.2
148.2
138.3

145.9
151.7
151.7
138.3

146.9
152.4
152.4
138.5

4.8
6.7
6.7
4.4

.7
.5
.5
.1

3432-10111

06/83

130.9

130.9

130.9

(3
)

0

3431-P
3431-2
3431-4
3431-426
3431-7
3431-711
3431-9
3431-SM

See footnotes at end of table.




92

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Index
base

Product
code

Aug.
19902

Plumbing fixture fittings and brass goods—Continued
Bathtub and shower combination, other than single control .............
Lavatory fittings.......................................................................................
Residential, 4 inch centerset, other than single control.....................
Other combination fittings....................................................................
Sink fittings..............................................................................................
Single control deck-type faucet with spray.........................................
Residential deck-type faucets, other than single control....................
Other sink fittings.................................................................................
Miscellaneous brass goods....................................................................
Drains and overflows...........................................................................
Traps....................................................................................................
Lawn hose nozzles and lawn sprinklers.............................................
Water closet tank flushing controls.....................................................
Other miscellaneous items...................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Resales....................................................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................
Nonelectric heating equipment ............................................................................
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.......................................................................
Fabricated structural metal products....................................................................
Fabricated structural m etal...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Fabricated structural metal for buildings....................................................
Iron and steel for industrial buildings.....................................................
Industrial buildings and plants.............................................................
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 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....................................................................................
Metal doors, sash and trim ...................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Metal doors and frames, except storm d oo rs...........................................
Aluminum doors, all typ e s......................................................................
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.............................................................

. . ..

See footnotes at end of table.




93

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

.

78.5
100.0
154.5

79.6
101.4
165.0

(3)
(3)
17.9

1.4
1.4
6.8

153.2
154.7
147.8
141.8
148.8
128.6
126.6
159.2
166.6
165.4
163.5
149.5
109.4
168.2
149.7
152.2
145.7
137.1
136.9

155.2
157.1
147.8
141.8
148.8
131.9
126.6
159.8
166.6
165.4
163.5
151.0
110.7
173.4
149.7
152.2
145.7
137.1
145.6

155.2
157.1
147.8
141.8
148.8
132.0
126.8
159.8
166.6
165.4
163.5
151.0
110.7
173.4
149.7
152.2
145.7
137.1
145.6

4.0
4.7
1.7
1.7
1.8
6.3
5.5
4.1
2.3
6.4
6.6
3.2
3.4
6.8
3.9
4.9
1.2
1.9
8.8

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

144.2
148.1

144.2
148.1

144.2
148.1

1.5
1.5

0
0

118.2

118.5

118.5

1.1

0

118.7
119.4
119.3
122.7
127.2
97.0
103.4
98.8
101.7
116.2
(3
)
(3)

118.5
119.1
119.0
122.7
127.2
97.0
103.6
98.8
102.8
116.2
(3)
(3)

118.4
118.9
118.7
122.7
127.2
97.0
102.5
•96.5
102.8
116.2
(3)
(3)

-.7
-.8
-1.1
-.4
-.5
0
-3.0
-5.7
-1.7
-1.2
(3)
(3)

-.1
-.2
-.3
0
0
0
-1.1
-2.3
0
0
(3)
(3)

129.5
106.8
115.2
(3
)
120.3
119.3
113.4
116.6

127.9
106.8
111.0
(3
)
120.9
118.7
(3)
117.7

128.0
107.0
110.8
(3)
120.7
117.8
(3)
117.7

-.3
-1.8
-4.6
(3)
.6
-1.6
(3)
1.4

.1
.2
-.2
(3)
-.2
-.8
(3)
0

130.5

131.4

131.4

-1.6

0

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

3442-P
3442-1
3442-11
3442-112
3442-11216
3442-11218
3442-113
3442-11323
3442-12
3442-121

78.5
100.0
151.4

06/82

3442

1.4
0
0
0
.3
0
0
.8
.8
.4
5.1
0
.5
.6

06/87
06/87
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/87
06/87

3441-128
3441-12802
3441-2
3441-212
3441-3
3441-342
3441-353
3441-359
3441-SM
3441-S

4.6
4.0
5.4
(3
)
3.4
5.5
4.0
1.2
9.9
3.9
8.9
13.7
3.9
8.6

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/87
06/87
06/87

3441-P
3441-1
3441-121
3441-12101
3441-12102
3441-122
3441-12201
3441-12202
3441-12207
3441-123
3441-12305

139.8
131.2
139.7
135.4
151.4
140.9
137.1
209.8
169.8
140.3
141.0
203.9
150.3
175.0

12/84

3441

137.9
131.2
139.7
135.4
151.0
140.9
137.1
208.1
168.4
139.7
134.1
203.9
149.5
174.0

06/80
06/80

344

137.9
131.2
139.7
135.4
151.0
140.9
137.1
208.1
160.3
138.6
130.6
187.1
149.1
169.0

06/80
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

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

Dec. 1989

06/83
06/90
06/83

3433

Dec.
19902

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

3432-10113
3432-102
3432-10224
3432-10226
3432-103
3432-10334
3432-10336
3432-10339
3432-104
3432-10443
3432-10445
3432-10451
3432-10453
3432-10498
3432-SM
3432-M
3432-Z89
3432-S

Nov.
19902

126.3
128.2
131.8
132.2
126.1
124.3
121.4
138.7
143.8
132.2
130.4

126.6
128.6
132.1
132.4
125.4
123.5
121.0
140.3
144.0
132.5
131.1

126.8
128.9
132.6
133.5
127.2
125.7
121.0
140.3
144.0
132.5
131.1

1.0
1.1
1.7
1.6
.3
.2
1.1
3.3
-1.0
1.9
2.5

.2
.2
.4
.8
1.4
1.8
0
0
0
0
0

Nov. 1990

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Metal doors, sash and trim—Continued
Iron and steel residential doors ..........................................................
Garage d o o rs....................................................................................
Insulated steel entrance doo rs........................................................
All other residential d o o rs ............................ ...................................
Iron and steel commercial and institutional doors..............................
Overhead and sliding d o o rs.............................................................
All other commercial and institutional doors....................................
Aluminum doorframes.............. ...............................................................
Steel doorframes, 16 gauge and heavier............................................ .
Metal window sash and frames, except storm sash ..................................
Aluminum window sash and frames........................................................
Residential aluminum window sash and fram es.................................
Single and double-hung........................ ...........................................
Horizontal sliding...............................................................................
All other residential window sash and fram es.................................
Nonresidential aluminum window sash and fram es...........................
Single and double-hung............................... ....................................
Projected and awning ......................................................................
All other nonresidential window sash and fram es..........................
Steel window sash and frames, all types...............................................
Steel window sash and frames, all typ e s...........................................
Metal molding and trim and storefronts.....................................................
Metal storefronts, sold complete at factory...........................................
Metal combination screen and storm sash and doors............................ .
Aluminum and steel combination screen and storm sa 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....................................................................................

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

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

134.3
131.2
133.5
137.4
126.6
123.6
115.8
131.6
124.0
124.1
124.8
122.6
120.5
119.4
158.0
136.9
(3)
100.2
132.2
112.9
112.9
136.3
140.8
127.2
127.1
125.7
122.1
114.4

134.5
131.2
133.8
137.9
126.6
123.6
115.8
133.7
124.3
124.4
125.2
122.3
122.4
114.6
160.6
138.7
(3)
100.2
132.2
(3)
(3
)
136.3
140.8
128.2
127.4
127.4
122.1
118.1

07/83
06/83

108.3
121.6

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
12/86
03/80
12/86
03/80
03/80
12/86
12/86
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
12/86
12/86
03/80
03/80

3444-P
3444-4
3444-411
3444-423
3444-429
3444-5
3444-516
3444-517
3444-51702
3444-6
3444-611
3444-634
3444-637
3444-644
3444-646
3444-651
3444-662
3444-66203

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
3442-22
3442-221
3442-3
3442-351
3442-4
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........................................................................
Fabricated steel p la te .................................................................................
Steel plate for trpsh containers and all other containers.......................
Weldments...............................................................................................
Other fabricated steel plate.....................................................................
Steel power boilers (over 15 psi) and parts/attachments........................
Gas cylinders..............................................................................................
Carbon steel gas cylinders......................................................................
AH 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, s te 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, ste e l......................
Air-conditioning ducts, including dust collecting ducts, steel.................
Restaurant, hotel, and kitchen sheet metal equipment, s te e l...............
Metal awnings, canopies, carports, and patios, prefabricated types,
aluminum...........................................................................................
Soffits, fascia, and shutters, aluminum...................................................
Other sheet metal work, steel.................................................................
Precision sheet metal parts, not stamped..........................................

3444

3443-P
3443-1
3443-111
3443-115
3443-2
3443-245
3443-251
3443-299
3443-3
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

See footnotes at end of table.




94

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

134.4
131.2
133.8
137.7
126.6
123.6
115.8
133.7
124.3
124.8
125.6
122.8
122.6
115.7
161.1
138.7
(3)
100.2
132.2
(3
)
(3)
136.3
140.8
127.7
127.4
126.5
122.1
114.6

0.9
1.2
.5
2.4
2.8
1.6
.8
1.1
2.9
.9
.9
.7
1.9
-1.8
1.6
1.3
(3)
0
0
(3)
(3
)
-1.2
-8.2
1.1
2.2
.6
0
-.1

-0.1
0
0
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
.3
.3
.4
.2
1.0
.3
0
(3)
0
0
(3)
(3
)
0
0
-.4
0
-.7
0
-3.0

108.3
119.7

108.3
120.2

2.8
-1.6

0
.4

142.8
145.0
171.4
184.7
156.3
128.7
113.2
145.7
116.8
114.8
126.3
119.7
117.3
121.1
131.6
127.4
130.7
128.6
150.8
132.5
149.9
134.1
150.0
132.7
120.5

143.8
146.0
175.6
185.7
156.9
128.6
112.5
145.7
116.9
(3)
131.6
123.7
125.3
(3)
133.2
127.8
131.8
128.6
151.0
132.5
149.9
134.1
(3)
133.5
121.5

144.0
146.1
176.4
187.9
157.3
129.2
112.5
146.5
117.6
(3)
131.6
123.7
125.3
(3)
133.2
127.8
131.8
128.6
149.9
131.0
147.6
134.1
(3)
133.5
121.5

3.6
4.2
5.3
3.1
5.7
1.7
-2.0
2.1
3.1
(3)
3.5
6.3
-3.8
(3)
3.3
2.8
2.5
3.4
6.7
-.6
-.8
3.4
(3
)
3.2
4.4

.1
.1
.5
1.2
.3
.5
0
.5
.6
(3)
0
0
0
(3
)
0
0
0
0
-.7
-1.1
-1.5
0
(3)
0
0

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

129.7
127.9
119.4
109.1
168.3
107.9
118.1
122.6
126.0
126.0
134.5
99.1
127.7
128.2
194.0

130.2
128.2
119.7
109.5
168.3
107.9
117.8
122.6
125.3
125.3
135.0
99.1
127.7
129.0
(3)

130.2
128.4
120.9
111.1
168.3
109.0
118.1
122.6
125.9
125.9
135.1
99.1
128.6
126.0
(3
)

.9
1.5
.3
2.9
2.0
-7.5
-.5
2.2
-3.2
-3.2
3.2
-2.0
3.2
3.0
(3)

0
.2
1.0
1.5
0
1.0
.3
0
.5
.5
.1
0
.7
-2.3
(3)

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

141.3
117.1
132.1
133.6

141.3
117.1
133.1
134.8

141.3
118.8
133.3
135.1

0
(3)
6.0
9.0

0
1.5
.2
.2

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

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

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......................................................................................
Commercial class.................................................................................

Dec.
19902

12/82
12/82
12/82

126.4
132.4
142.6

127.3
132.9
143.2

127.6
134.2
142.9

3.4
-.4
2.1

0.2
1.0
-.2

12/82
12/82

150.0
126.0

152.8
126.5

149.6
127.2

-8.8
2.4

-2.1
.6

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
01/84
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/88
12/88
12/83
12/83

122.2
122.4
122.4
106.6
104.4
108.4
119.3
114.6
123.1
115.6
109.8
114.1
100.0
96.2
\ 30.4
132.1

123.0
123.4
123.4
106.6
104.4
108.4
119.7
114.9
124.5
115.6
109.8
113.9
89.2
107.1
131.1
132.1

123.0
123.3
123.3
106.6
104.4
108.4
119.7
114.9
124.2
(3)
108.9
114.0
89.2
103.6
130.7
132.1

1.4
1.3
1.3
-.6
2.9
-5.2
.3
.3
.3
(3)
-.9
-.2
-10.8
7.7
-.2
0

0
-.1
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
-.2
(3)
-.8
.1
0
-3.3
-.3
0

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/88
12/83
12/88

121.9
112.6
112.2
122.6
116.0
156.3
116.6
102.9
116.8
100.1

126.8
114.2
113.8
123.9
116.5
157.2
119.2
102.9
117.7
106.0

(3)
114.2
113.8
124.7
116.5
157.2
121.2
115.0
117.5
104.3

(3)
1.4
1.4
3.1
1.1
3.8
4.1
11.8
1.1
4.1

0
0
.6
0
0
1.7
11.8
-.2
-1.6

12/84
12/83
12/83
12/83

102.1
125.6
133.8
123.4

(3)
124.8
133.0
122.1

(3)
125.0
(3)
122.5

(3)
1.2
(3)
-1.0

(3)
.2
(3)
.3

12/81
12/81

115.1
113.5

116.1
114.6

116.4
115.0

1.7

3448-P

.3
.3

3448-1
3448-115
3448-11512
3448-11514
3448-118
3448-2

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

109.7
109.8
101.2
108.3
104.9
120.8

111.0
111.4
100.5
110.7
104.2
121.5

111.0
111.4
100.5
110.7
104.2
122.8

3448-215

12/81

120.6

123.7

3448-221
3448-22117

12/81
12/87

120.6
109.7

3448-235
3448-23516
3448-23518

12/81
12/87
12/87

3448-254
3448-SM
3448-S

Sheet metal work—Continued
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....................................................................................

Nov.
19902

3444-66209
3444-664
3444-698
3444-SM
3444-M
3444-S
3446
3446-P
3446-1
3446-11
3446-111
3446-113
3446-13
3446-131
3446-135
3446-137
3446-14
3446-143
3446-144
3446-149
3446-15
3446-151

Railings.....................................................................................................
Iron and stainless s te e l........................................................................
Other metals, including combinations of metals and other materials .

Dec. 1989

Nov. 199C

Framing material for wails and ceilings ( load and non-load bearing
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
3446-SSS

Other architectural and ornamental metalwork ......................................
Fences, gates and posts......................................................................
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......................................................................
Other secondary products.......................................................................
Prefabricated metal buildings...............................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Prefab, metal bldg. sys., excl. farm service bldgs., resid. bldgs., &
parts for prefab, bld 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 work
..........................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Bar joists and fabricated concrete reinforcing bars...................................
Short span open-web joists.....................................................................
All long span jo is ts ..................................................................................
Fabricated concrete reinforcing b a rs ......................................................
Other miscellaneous metal building materials and curtain w a ll................
Expanded metal lath ...............................................................................
Metal plaster base accessories, including corner beads, screeds,
grounds, etc
..................................................................................
Custom roll form products .........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3449

Screw machine products, and bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, and
washers..........................................................................................................

3449-P
3449-4
3449-443
3449-447
3449-452
3449-5
3449-511
3449-532
3449-6
3449-SM
3449-S

345

|

See footnotes at end of table.




95

1.1

(3)

0
0
0
0
0

-.1
.2

-2.4
1.1

-1.7
3.5

1.1

122.7

.2

-.8

120.8
110.0

124.8
113.7

5.8
3.5

3.3
3.4

140.1
118.3
107.0

140.6
118.3
110.2

140.6
118.3
(3)

1.5
2.0
(3)

(3)

12/81

115.3

115.5

115.7

4.6

.2

12/81

152.9

152.9

152.9

11.1

0

12/84
12/84
12/84
11/86
09/86
12/84
12/84
12/84

109.0
108.6
102.2
98.6
81.7
108.9
119.4
116.2

107.8
107.3
100.2
95.1
79.6
107.0
119.1
116.2

107.3
106.9
99.2
94.8
79.6
105.7
119.1
116.2

-2.2

-.5
-.4
-1.0
-.3
0
-1.2
0
0

12/84
06/90

133.5
101.1

131.9
100.5

131.9
100.9

(3)
(3)

12/84

114.7

112.7

111.5

1.5

-1.1

12/84

113.7

113.9

114.2

1.7

.3

-2.0
-3.3
(3
)
(3)
-1.9
-1.9
(3
)

0
0

0
.4

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry

Product

Index
base
Aug.
19902

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....................................................................................
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.........
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 type ..................................................................................
Washers, all typ e s...................................................................................
Other nonthreaded fasteners, including all nonmetallic........................
Aircraft/aerospace fasteners......................................................................
Bolts, all KSI tensile................................................................................
Nuts, all ty p e s ..........................................................................................
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

Metal forgings and stampings..............................................................................

346

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 ste e l..........................................................................................
Seamless rolled-ring ferrous forgings........................................................
Carbon s te e l............................................................................................
Open die or smith (hammer or press) ferrous forgings............................
Carbon s te e l............................................................................................
Alloy steel, except stainless and high-temperature ...............................
Stainless s te e l.........................................................................................
Other ferrous forgings.................................................................................
Other ferrous forgings.............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3462

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 ........................................................................
Open die or smith (hammer or press) nonferrous forgings......................
Aluminum and aluminum a llo y ................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3463

Automotive stampings..........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Original equipment automotive stampings.................................................

3465

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
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
3452-731
3452-761
3452-763
3452-8
3452-898
3452-SM
3452-M
3452-S

3462-P
3462-5
3462-511
3462-513
3462-515
3462-7
3462-711
3462-8
3462-811
3462-813
3462-815
3462-9
3462-911
3462-SM
3462-S

3463-P
3463-5
3463-521
3463-523
3463-525
3463-8
3463-821
3463-SM
3463-S

3465-P
3465-1

See footnotes at end of table.




96

Dec.
19902

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/88
12/83
12/83
12/83

120.9
122.1
124.3
120.6
107.0
153.3
150.0
106.6
105.1
117.1
104.5

121.8
122.8
124.0
122.0
109.7
157.4
150.8
108.8
107.0
117.3
106.1

122.0
123.0
124.2
122.2
109.7
157.4
150.8
109.0
106.9
117.8
106.1

06/82
06/82
06/82
11/82
06/82
06/82
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
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
06/82
04/84

116.2
116.2
113.9
123.4
98.1
112.2
103.9
108.3
121.1
108.3
114.0
105.9
115.3
98.5
118.2
93.2
114.6
116.0
112.0
101.2
115.0
109.8
106.1
120.0
144.9
137.9
139.4
145.1
169.0
108.7
109.7

116.1
115.8
113.8
123.4
98.1
112.5
103.3
114.9
114.2
108.3
114.9
105.8
115.5
98.1
119.1
93.2
115.1
113.8
110.1
101.2
115.0
109.8
105.9
114.1
145.5
139.2
140.6
145.1
169.0
109.0
110.0

116.5
116.3
113.9
123.4
97.7
112.4
103.4
115.7
115.8
108.3
115.5
106.1
115.7
100.8
119.1
97.9 .
115.1
114.4
110.1
101.2
115.0
109.8
106.0
114.1
145.5
139.2
140.6
(3
)
(3
)
109.0
110.0

06/82
06/82

119.4
113.6

122.9
113.7

12/84

3451

Nov.
19902

109.6

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
02/84
02/84

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

1.7
1.6
.7
2.2
5.6
2.7
-.1
2.5
1.7
2.3
1.5

0.2
.2
.2
.2
0
0
0
.2
-.1
.4
0

1.7
1.8
.7
-.4
-.3
.3
-1.1
7.6
.3
-1.0
3.5
1.7
1.5
1.3
2.5
1.9
.3
-.1
-.5
-.8
5.6
-1.3
1.1
-4.9
6.0
9.6
18.1
(3
)
<
3)
2.4
2.4

.3
.4
.1
0
-.4
-.1
.1
.7
1.4
0
.5
.3
.2
2.8
0
5.0
0
.5
0
0
0
0
.1
0
0
0
0
(3)
(3
)
0
0

122.7
113.7

.1
.6

-.2
0

109.6

109.6

1.7

0

107.8
109.1
110.4
112.6
108.8
120.1
106.8
112.7
96.9
96.3
97.5
92.6
95.1
95.1

106.8
108.3
110.4
112.7
108.6
121.0
107.8
118.2
96.3
95.3
96.9
(3
)
95.1
95.1

106.8
108.3
110.4
112.7
108.6
(3)
107.7
118.1
96.3
95.5
96.9
(3
)
95.1
95.1

-.2
.2
1.3
1.3
.6
(3)
.2
(3
)
-.3
-.8
-.2
(3)
(3
)
(3
)

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

12/83

95.7

93.0

93.0

-3.8

0

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

120.8
125.2
124.8
136.7
96.1
133.4
146.2
(3
)

123.4
127.4
126.5
137.6
98.9
132.0
(3)
(3)

123.0
126.8
126.5
137.6
98.9
131.7
146.4
(3)

5.9
6.0
4.9
2.0
5.5
.4
(3)
(3)

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

12/83

102.9

107.3

107.3

(3)

0

12/82
12/82
12/82

112.6
110.4
109.4

112.6
110.3
109.4

112.6
110.3
109.4

2.2
.4
.3

0
0
0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

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

109.3
105.9
117.3
110.8
111.2
110.0
118.6
119.7

109.3
105.9
117.2
110.8
111.2
109.9
118.6
119.7

109.3
105.9
117.2
110.7
111.2
109.7
118.6
119.7

-0.1
-.1
-.2
4.0
5.8
.5
(3
)
(3
)

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

12/82

137.8

137.8

137.8

23.9

0

3466-P
3466-1
3466-103
3466-10331
3466-142
3466-14244
3466-3
3466-364
3466-36411
3466-4
3466-415
3466-41517

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

119.9
120.0
126.1
124.4
124.4
127.7
105.3
102.4
102.3
102.3
120.5
121.8
119.4

119.9
120.0
126.1
124.4
124.4
127.7
105.3
102.4
102.3
102.3
120.3
121.4
119.1

120.2
119.9
126.1
124.4
124.4
127.7
105.3
102.4
102.3
102.3
120.2
121.1
118.8

4.1
4.0
8.1
6.4
6.4
9.7
2.2
-5.2
-5.2
-5.2
4.6
4.8
4.8

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

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
3469-414
3469-5

06/84
06/84
06/84
12/88
12/88
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
12/88
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

121.4
121.3
122.6
104.9
83.7
124.1
119.4
112.8
106.4
137.2
115.0
114.5
131.6
122.2
141.9
148.4
115.1

121.4
121.5
122.9
104.9
83.7
124.4
119.4
113.6
106.6
137.2
115.0
(3)
131.6
122.6
141.9
148.4
115.1

121.3
121.2
122.7
104.9
83.7
124.4
119.4
113.6
106.6
137.2
115.0
114.8
129.3
122.7
141.9
(3)
115.1

.9
1.1
2.5
0
-17.5
11.2
0
1.5
.2
3.9
8.7
-.8
.4
3.3
-.2
(3)
2.2

-.1
-.2
-.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(3)
-1.7
.1
0
(3)
0

3469-515

10/84

132.4

132.4

132.4

.8

0

3469-598
3469-9
3469-998
3469-SM
3469-S

Automotive stampings—Continued
Passenger car stampings.......................................................................
Body panels.........................................................................................
Chassis p a rts.......................................................................................
Truck and bus stampings .......................................................................
Body panels.........................................................................................
Chassis p a rts .......................................................................................
Service part automotive stampings............................................................
Passenger car stampings .......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

Nov.
19902

06/84
06/84
06/84

138.0
115.0
114.8

(3)
115.0
114.8

(3)
114.6
115.0

(3)
-1.3
.9

(3)
-.3
.2

06/84

121.3

120.3

120.7

-.9

.3

12/84

118.4

118.8

118.8

1.9

0

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

121.4
121.7
121.7
119.9
128.4
123.9
124.8
114.6
127.2
111.1
109.7
127.2
116.3
100.0
100.1

121.8
122.1
122.1
120.3
128.6
125.2
125.3
115.7
127.6
111.2
109.8
127.2
116.3
100.0
100.1

122.1
122.5
122.5
121.0
128.9
124.9
125.7
115.5
128.1
111.2
109.8
127.2
116.3
100.0
100.1

3.0
3.1
3.1
3.9
2.0
6.4
2.9
1.1
3.1
.5
.3
2.3
0
0
.1

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

12/84

117.6

117.7

117.5

2.2

-.2

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/89

114.9
115.5
115.5
121.8
151.5
120.6
99.0

115.2
115.9
115.9
(3
)
152.8
120.2
99.0

115.0
115.7
115.7
121.8
152.2
119.9
99.0

.6
.4
.4
0
4.2
-.7
-1.0

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

3465-111
3465-11111
3465-11112
3465-113
3465-11313
3465-11314
3465-3
3465-311
3465-SM
3465-S

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 drink..............................................................................................
Metal crowns...............................................................................................
Sort drink containers...............................................................................
Conventional type ................................................................................

3466

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...................
Bakeware, pantryware and miscellaneous household utensils .............
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

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

3479

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

See footnotes at end of table.




97

Nov. 1990

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Dec.
19902

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/89

128.0
115.6
110.2
105.1
116.6
108.5
103.2

127.4
119.0
110.8
105.8
116.8
109.6
103.4

126.5
119.0
110.7
104.6
116.8
110.2
103.9

0.2
4.3
.6
(3)
1.3
1.3
3.9

-0.7
0
-.1
-1.1
0
.5
.5

12/89
12/84

105.2
109.5

105.2
109.5

(3)
109.5

(3)
1.8

(3)

06/85

112.4

113.9

114.2

1.3

.3

3482-P
3482-1

06/85
06/85
06/85

109.1
111.0
104.3

109.1
111.0
104.3

109.7
111.8
104.3

-1.1
-1.4
.3

.5
.7
0

3482-114
3482-11441
3482-3

06/85
06/85
06/85

115.0
114.3
108.5

115.0
114.3
108.8

115.0
114.3
111.1

.4
1.2
2.0

0
0
2.1

3482-369

06/85

110.4

110.4

112.7

2.1

2.1

3483-P
3483-1
3483-111
3483-171
3483-17111
3483-17114
3483-3
3483-341

Metal coating and allied services—Continued
After fabrication galvanizing, excluding all steel company
operations ......................................................................................
Hot dip coating other than zin c ...........................................................
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....................................................................................

Nov.
19902

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

105.7
101.5
106.1
(3
)
106.9
(3
)
106.4
95.8
118.6

105.2
100.6
106.5
(3)
108.1
(3
)
109.9
93.5
118.6

105.2
100.6
106.5
(3
)
108.1
(3
)
109.9
93.5
118.6

.6
1.0
5.6
(3)
5.7
(3)
8.6
-4.7
6.5

0
0
0

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

126.3
127.2
124.1
121.5
133.1
129.3
127.0
129.1
127.3
128.1
115.2
115.2
121.5
121.5

134.5
136.6
124.1
121.5
133.1
127.8
126.6
132.5
134.6
135.4
115.2
115.2
121.5
121.5

135.4
136.6
124.1
121.5
(3
)
127.8
126.6
132.5
(3
)
(3
)
115.2
115.2
121.5
121.5

8.5
8.2
2.2
2.9
(3)
1.7
2.3
3.3
(3
)
(3)
-.9
-.9
2.4
2.4

.7
0
0
0
(3)
0
0
0
(3
)
(3
)
0
0
0
0

06/85

116.2

(3)

122.7

10.7

(3
)

12/85
12/85

103.2
114.6

103.1
114.5

103.1
114.5

-2.8
4.9

0
0

12/85
12/85
12/85

109.6
109.6
114.0

109.5
109.5
113.9

109.5
109.5
113.9

5.8
5.8
7.6

0
0
0

3479-10312
3479-10314
3479-104
3479-10421
3479-10422
3479-10423
3479-105
3479-SM
3479-M
3479-S

Ordnance and accessories, except vehicles and guided missiles......................

348

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

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 ifles............................................................................................................
Centerfire rifles.........................................................................................
Bolt repeater centerfire rifles...............................................................
Shotguns......................................................................................................
Repeating shotguns
Other small arms ...
Other small arms
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.........................................

3489

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

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

0

(3)
0
(3)
0
0
0

Miscellaneous fabricated metal products............................................................

349

12/84

120.9

121.6

122.1

2.5

.4

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 strip .................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts.........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...............................................................................
Secondary products....................................................................................

3493

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

114.1
113.1
112.5
113.4
125.2
109.4

114.7
113.3
112.7
113.4
125.2
109.8

114.7
113.3
112.7
113.4
125.2
109.8

1.2
.7
.9
.4
.9
1.4

0
0
0
0
.0
0

06/81
06/81

113.7
104.4

113.7
105.2

113.7
105.2

1.2
1.6

0
0

Valves and pipe fittings........................................................................................
Primary products............................................................................................
Fluid power valves ......................................................................................

3494

3493-P
3493-1
3493-121
3493-12116
3493-131
3493-13151
3493-13158
3493-2
3493-271
3493-SM
3493-M
3493-S

06/81

115.8

116.3

116.0

-.3

-.3

06/81
06/81

118.3
118.3

118.3
120.8

118.3
120.8

.5
3.7

0
0

3494-P
3494-2

12/82
12/82
12/82

130.2
131.2
121.9

131.3
132.5
123.3

132.6
133.9
124.4

5.2
5.4
4.6

1.0
1.1
.9

See footnotes at end of table.




98

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base

Wire springs.........................................................................................................
Primary products...........................................................................................
Precision mechanical springs ....................................................................
Compression type, shipments to O.E.M ................................................
Automotive ..........................................................................................
Other machinery..................................................................................
Consumer goo d s.................................................................................
Other ....................................................................................................
Compression type, other shipments.......................................................
Extension typ e ........................................................................................
Torsion type............................................................................................
Other wire springs......................................................................................
Other upholstery and furniture springs ..................................................
Other wire springs ..................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts........................................
Secondary Products...................................................................................
Miscellaneous fabricated wire products..............................................................
Primary products...........................................................................................
Noninsulated ferrous wire rope, cable and strand....................................
Steel wire rope and cable ......................................................................
Composite strand, rope and ca ble ........................................................
Other steel wire strand ..........................................................................

3494-212
3494-21201
3494-21202
3494-21203
3494-21205
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

114 4
120.2
104.1
110.9
116.9
113.0
138.8
136.5
135.2

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
3494-36701
3494-36702
3494-375
3494-37501
3494-37502
3494-37503
3494-398

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

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
3494-785
3494-798
3494-8
3494-815
3494-841
3494-84104
3494-9
3494-SM
3494-M
3494-S
3495
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
3496-P
3496-1
3496-111
3496-121
3496-135

See footnotes at end of table.




99

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05

Valves and pipe fittings—Continued
Hydraulic valves.....................................................................................
Manually operated directional control valves.....................................
Solenoid operated directional control valves .....................................
Other directional control valves .........................................................
Flow control valves (including check 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 ( 1 2 5 lb w.s.p. and o ver)............................
Pop safety valves and relief valves (over 1 5 lb w.s.p.)........................
Ball valves, all metals, pressures, and types........................................
Iron and steel ball valves....................................................................
Brass and bronze ball va lves.............................................................
Butterfly valves, all metals, pressures, and types.................................
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 1 5 lb w.s.p. and under.................
Automatic regulating and control valves...................................................
Pneumatic actuated control valves ........................................................
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 type .........................................................
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 ...................................................................................

2

Aug.
19902

116.2
122.9
(3)

110.3
116.9
120.6
139.1

Dec.
1990?

Dec. 1989

117.8
122.2
118.1
110.9
120.0
120.6
139.1

4.9
4.4
15.0
2.5
4.8
6.7
4.1
(3)

Nov. 1990

1.4
-.6
(3)

.5
2.7
0
0

(3)

(3)

136.1

136.1

3.1

0

123.5
122.8
140.8
143.2
133.4
107.2
95.7
132.8
138.5
125.5
122.0
137.3
114.3
108.7
119.0
130.3
135.1
120.2
146.8
117.7

123.8
122.7
129.0
143.2
133.7
106.9
95.7
138.2
138.5
125.6
122.1
137.3
114.9
110.0
119.0
130.3
135.1
120.2
146.8
118.2

124.7
124.1
140.8
143.2
133.7
107.1
95.7
138.2
138.5
125.6
122.1
137.3
114.9
110.0
119.0
133.0
139.0
123.4
146.8
119.2

2.6
2.5
11.7
5.1
8.6
3.2
.2
6.6
2.4
2.2
2.3
2.2
5.0
2.3
7.2
2.9
3.3
2.4
3.4
1.5

.7
1.1
9.1
0
0
.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2.1
2.9
2.7
0
.8

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

121.7
115.3
129.3
137.0
128.7
124.6
124.6
131.6
131.6
160.3
127.4
129.1
113.7
95.8
145.6
102.0
120.6
119.4
121.3
118.3
138.1

136.8
115.3
129.3
137.0
128.7
124.6
124.6

136.8
115.3
129.3
137.0
128.7
124.6
124.7

16.3
4.8
1.7
.1
3.2
6.1
1.1

0
0
0
0
0
0
.1

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

161.5
130.5
129.1
113.7
95.8
149.0
103.6
122.2
119.4
123.7
118.9
138.1

166.7
130.5
129.1
113.7
95.8
149.2
104.2
122.2
119.4
123.7
118.9
138.7

11.3
4.2
5.4
4.1
0
10.8
-1.3
6.0
.1
9.2
3.9
4.8

3.2
0
0
0
0
.1
.6
0
0
0
0
.4

12/82
12/82

98.8
135.2

98.8
135.4

99.7
135.7

3.4
3.6

.9
.2

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/8 2
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

114.5
114.2
123.8
121.7
105.9
125.0
106.4
114.6
120.9
131.2
118.4
106.6
108.0
105.6

114.9
114.6
124.4
122.4
105.9
125.0
107.4
115.1
120.9
132.5
118.4
106.6
108.0
105.6

114.9
114.5
124.4
122.4
105.9
125.0

1.2
.5
1.1
.9
1.6
1.1

.0
-.1
0
0
0
0

12/82

111.3

111.8

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

119.1
118.6
121.4
115.9
166.6
117.4

121.2
120.5
122.3
117.4
166.6
117.1

(3)

115.1
120.9
132.2
118.6
106.6
108.0
(3)

(3)

2.1
1.2
1.9
0
0
0
(3)

(3)

, (3)

0
0
-.2
.2
0
0
(3)

111.8

1.0

0

121.1
120.4
122.2
117.2
166.6
117.2

2.6
2.8
3.3
5.8
2.8
2.7

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

0
.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Index
base
o<P

Product
code

Nov.
19902

06/ 89
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
06/ 89
12/ 82
12/82
04/83
12/82
12/82
12/ 82

1 0 4 .9
12 0 .3
1 3 4 .6
1 1 2 .5
1 2 3 .5
122 .7
102 .0
1 1 1 .0
1 18 .9
144 .8
1 2 1 .5
112 .4
1 1 1 .7

10 5 .6
1 2 1 .0
1 3 5 .8
1 1 2 .5
123 .4
12 2 .7
1 0 1 .7
124.1
1 1 9 .5
14 4 .8
123 .4
1 1 1 .8
1 1 2 .3

105 .6
1 2 1 .0
1 3 5 .8
1 1 2 .5
122 .4
12 0 .9
102 .3
124.1
119 .6
144 .8
123 .4
116 .0
1 1 2 .0

1.2
1.6
2.0
.8
-.3
0
0
10.5
2.1
4.8
4.4
5.6
1.1

0
0
0
0
-.8
- 1 .5
.6
0
.1
0
0
3.8
-.3

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82

1 1 3 .4
1 1 3 .4
1 2 7 .8

1 1 3 .8
1 1 3 .8
1 3 3 .5

1 1 3 .7
1 13 .7
13 3 .4

- 4 .9
- 4 .9
5.0

-.1
-.1
-.1

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

123 .1
1 1 5 .6
106 .1
1 1 0 .2
1 0 7 .0
1 1 4 .7
1 1 3 .8
12 3 .7
125 .8

123 .5
1 1 5 .0
106 .2
1 1 0 .2
1 0 7 .3
1 1 5 .6
1 1 3 .8
12 3 .7
1 1 8 .0

124 .7
1 1 5 .3
106 .2
(3)
10 7 .3
1 1 5 .6
(3)
(3)
(3)

-.5
- .9
- 2 .7
(3)
- .8
1.0
(3)
(3)
(3)

1.0
.3
0
(3)
0
0
(3)
(3)
(3)

12/ 84

125 .8

1 1 8 .0

(3)

(3)

(3)

06/81
06/81
06/81

127.1
125 .8
1 2 1 .6

125 .3
125 .3
1 2 1 .6

1 24 .7
124 .5
120 .7

-3 .9
-.7
-.6

-.5
-.6
-.7

06/81
12/ 86
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
08/81

116 .3
9 9.6
1 2 1 .3
129 .4
126 .6
157 .5
122 .7
14 8 .0

1 16 .3
9 9.5
1 2 1 .4
129 .4
126 .6
153 .3
(3)
(3)

116 .3
99.5
1 2 1 .4
127 .2
122 .9
153 .3
(3)
(3)

1.0
1.2
.9
-2 .8
- 5 .5
- 1 .1
(3)
(3)

0
0
0
- 1 .7
- 2 .9
0
(3)
(3)

04/ 82

1 1 5 .9

1 1 5 .9

1 1 5 .9

4.1

0

06/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85
0 6/ 85
0 6/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85

1 1 7 .8
1 1 5 .7
1 1 8 .0
1 3 1 .0
<
3)
104 .1
(3)
(3)
1 1 5 .8
129 .8
126 .6
107 .9
122 .6
1 15 .4

1 1 8 .3
1 1 5 .9
1 1 8 .0
1 3 1 .0
1 2 6 .6
104.1
(3)
(3)
1 1 6 .0
1 2 4 .5
124 .9
107 .3
12 4 .6
1 15 .7

1 18 .1
1 1 5 .7
1 1 8 .5
(3)
12 8 .5
104 .1
(3)
(3)
1 1 5 .9
12 4 .5
124 .9
10 7 .6
12 4 .6
1 15 .6

1.6
1.2
1.5
(3)
(3)
0
(3)
(3)
1.1
(3)
(3)
-.4
2.8
1.3

- .2
-.2
.4
(3)
1.5
0
(3)
(3)
-.1
0
0
.3
0
-.1

06/ 85
06/ 85
06/ 85

140 .4
127 .0
1 18 .0

142.1
128 .5
120.1

142.1
128 .5
119 .8

4.3
(3)
2.7

0
0
-.2

C >
O

Industry and product1

Industry
code

M iscellaneous fabricated wire products—Continued
Wire form s ............................................................. ..................................................
Ferrous wire cloth and other ferrous w oven wire p ro d u c ts ...........................
Industrial wire c lo th .................................................................................................
Other ferrous w oven cloth and w oven wire p ro d u c ts .................................
S tee l fencing and fen ce gates ...............................................................................
Chain link fencing ...................................................................................................
Wire fence, w oven and w elded .........................................................................
Steel nails, spikes, brads, staples and tacks ....................................................
Other ferrous fabricated wire p ro d u cts................................................................
Wire garm ent h a n g e rs ...........................................................................................
Wire c a r t s ...................................................................................................................
Wire c a g e s ................................................................................................................
Other ferrous wire products ................................................................................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esa le s ......................................................................................................................
Second ary p r o d u c ts ...................................................................................................

3 4 9 6 -14 1
3 4 9 6-4
3 4 9 6 -4 6 1
3 4 9 6 -4 9 8
3 4 9 6 -6
3 4 9 6 -6 1 3
3 49 6-62 1
3 49 6-7
3 496-8
349 6-87 1
3 49 6-87 3
3 4 9 6 -8 7 5
3 4 9 6 -8 9 8
3496-SM
3496-M
3 496-Z 89
3 4 9 6 -S

Dec.
1990‘

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

Metal foil and l e a f ..................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Laminated aluminum foil rolls and sh eets for flexible packaging u ses ....
P olyethylene coated or laminated, foil and paper combination ..............
Other foil and paper com bin ation s....................................................................
Non-food products .............................................................................................
Converted unmounted aluminum foil for nonpackaging a p p lica tio n s.........
Unmounted or coated (plain or printed) ..........................................................
Other metal foil and leaf ..........................................................................................
Other metal foil and leaf including composition ( combination of two
or m ore m etals) ...............................................................................................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................

3497

Fabricated pipe and fabricated pipe fittin g s...................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Iron and steel pipe, tube, and fittings...................................................................
Iron and steel pipe and pipe fittings (including custom work for
contractors) ......................................................................................................
Petrochemical, papermill, and water sew age treatm ent .......................
Other iron and steel pipe and fittin gs...........................................................
Iron and steel tubing and fittin g s.......................................................................
W elded tu b in g ......................................................................................................
N onferrous pipe, tube, and fittings........................................................................
Aluminum and aluminum b ase alloy pipe, tube, and fittings.....................
Copper and copper b ase alloy pipe, tube, and fittings ..............................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Seco nd ary p r o d u c ts ...................................................................................................

3 49 8

Fabricated metal products, n .e.c.........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
S a fe s and v a u lts ..........................................................................................................
S a fe s and c h e s t s ....................................................................................................
S a fe deposit b o x e s .................................................................................................
All other bank and security vaults and e q u ip m en t.......................................
Metal stra p p in g ............................................................................................................
Metal strapping .......................................................................................................
All other fabricated metal products ......................................................................
Metal la d d e r s ............................................................................................................
All other metal la d d e r s .....................................................................................
Perm anent magnets, except ceramic ..............................................................
Metal spools and reels .........................................................................................
Other fabricated metal p ro d u c ts ........................................................................
Seco ndary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous re c e ip t s .............................................................................................
‘R esa les ......................................................................................................................
Seco nd ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

3499

Machinery, except e le c tric a l...............................................................................................

35

12/84

114 .1

1 14 .9

115 .1

2.6

.2

Engines and T urb in es............................................................................................................

351

12/84

1 17 .2

118 .4

1 18 .6

5.1

.2

Turbines and turbine generator s e t s ................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Steam , gas, and hydraulic turbine generator set units and p a r t s ................
Mechanical drive steam , gas, and hydraulic turbines, nonlocomotive
steam engines and parts .................................................................................
Steam turbines, steam engines and parts .....................................................
Steam turbines ....................................................................................................
G as turbines, except aircraft, and parts and a c c e s s o rie s ..........................
Parts and a ccesso ries for gas turbines, except aircraft...........................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

3511

06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82

134 .4
13 6 .0
13 4 .6

138 .3
140 .8
140 .3

138 .3
140 .8
140 .3

8.4
9.0
7.4

0
0
0

06/ 82
06/ 82
06/ 82

14 3 .0
147 .7
136 .4

147 .7
1 5 1 .0
142.4

147 .7
1 5 1 .0
(3)

9.5
8.0
(3)

06/ 82
06/ 82

155 .5
132 .2

162 .6
132 .2

162 .6
132 .2

11.1
.4

3 497-P
3 4 9 7 -2
3 4 9 7 -2 1 5
3 4 9 7 -2 1 6
3 4 9 7-216 14
34 9 7 -3
3 4 9 7 -3 5 2
3 4 9 7 -4
3 4 9 7 -4 1 1
3497-SM

3498-P
3498-1
3 4 9 8 -10 1
3 4 9 8 -10 111
3 49 8-10 114
3 4 9 8 -10 2
3 4 9 8 -10 2 0 3
3 49 8-5
3 4 9 8 -5 0 1
3 4 9 8 -5 0 2
3498-SM
3 4 9 8 -S

3 499-P
3 49 9-1
3 4 9 9 -10 1
3 4 9 9 -14 1
3 4 9 9 -1 9 8
3 4 9 9 -3
3 4 9 9 -3 5 7
3 4 9 9-4
3 4 9 9 -4 0 1
3 4 9 9 -4 0 1 4 7
3 49 9 -4 5 5
3 4 9 9 -4 7 5
3 49 9-49 8
3499-SM
3499-M
3499-Z 89
3 4 9 9 -S

3 5 1 1-P
3 5 1 1-1
3 5 1 1 -2
3 5 1 1-2 1
3511-211
3 5 1 1 -2 3
3 5 1 1 -2 3 5
3 5 1 1-S

See footnotes at end of table.




100

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 Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry

Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

Internal combustion engines, n.e.c....................................................................... .............
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................................
G asoline engines, under 11 h.p. (except a u t o ) .................................................
G asoline engines, 11 h.p. and over (except auto) ..........................................
Gasoline engines, 11 - 6 0 .9 h.p. (except a u t o ) ............................................
Gasoline engines, 11 - 2 0.9 h .p .....................................................................
Gasoline engines, 61 h.p. and over (except a u to ).......................................
Gasoline engines, 61 - 1 5 0 .9 h .p ..................................................................
Diesel, sem idiesel, and dual fuel engines (except auto m o tive)...................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, under 151 h . p ..........................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 15 1 h.p. and o v e r ...................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 151 - 2 0 0 .9 h . p ...................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 2 01 - 2 5 0 .9 h.p ...................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 2 51 - 3 0 0 .9 h . p ....................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 3 01 - 3 5 0 .9 h . p .................................. .
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 15 0 1 h.p. and o v e r .............................
Diesel, semidiesel, and dual fuel engines (autom otive).................................
Outboard e n g in e s .......................................................................................................
P arts and a c c e s s o r ie s ..............................................................................................
Cylinder liners ( s le e v e s ) ........................................................................................
Cylinder heads ........................................................................................................
Crankshafts, e n g in e .............................................................................................. .
Cam shafts, e n g in e ..................................................................................................
Other parts and a c c e s s o r ie s ...............................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous r e c e ip t s .............................................................................................
R e s a le s .....................................................................................................................
Second ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 88
02/83
12/88
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 88
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
02/ 83
12/ 82
12/ 88
12/ 88
12/ 88
12/ 88
12/ 88

1 1 6 .6
1 1 7 .6
1 1 3 .8
1 25 .4
1 17 .4
102 .7
133.1
89.5
1 0 8 .4
10 5 .4
10 9 .0
1 16 .1
9 5.5
106 .4
1 1 8 .2
13 2 .6
1 1 3 .8
1 3 1 .3
122 .3
1 0 1 .5
1 08 .0
1 0 8 .0
1 1 5 .3
1 0 9 .6

1 1 6 .8
1 1 7 .8
1 1 2 .9
124 .7
1 17 .2
102 .5
132 .0
89.5
109 .1
1 0 6 .9
109 .7
1 16 .1
9 6.2
1 0 6 .4
1 1 8 .9
133 .4
1 1 3 .8
(3)
122 .6
102 .2
110 .1
1 0 8 .0
1 1 5 .3
109 .7

1 1 7 .0
1 18 .1
1 1 2 .9
125 .0
1 17 .2
1 02 .5
132 .5
89.5
10 9 .2
10 6 .9
10 9 .8
1 16 .1
96.2
106 .4
1 1 8 .9
133 .7
1 1 3 .8
13 5 .5
12 2 .7
102.1
1 10 .0
1 0 8 .5
1 1 5 .3
109 .7

3.5
3.7
2.6
3.3
2.1
2.0
4.5
2.2
2.5
4.0
2.4
0
.1
2.5
1.5
3.6
3.3
4.8
4.9
.4
5.6
6.1
(3)
4.7

0.2
.3
0
.2
0
0
.4
0
.1
0
.1
0
0
0
0
.2
0
(3)
.1
-.1
-.1
.5
0
0

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

10 6 .2
1 0 1 .4
1 1 1 .6
12 7 .2

1 0 6 .7
1 0 1 .9
1 1 1 .9
1 2 7 .6

10 6 .7
1 0 1 .9
1 1 1 .9
1 2 7 .5

5.5
5.6
1.6
1.8

0
0
0
-.1

12/84

1 1 1 .8

1 12 .0

112 .4

2.5

.4

3523-P

12/ 82
12/ 82

1 17 .6
118 .1

1 17 .9
1 18 .5

118 .3
1 18 .9

2.6
2.9

.3
.3

3523-A
3 5 2 3-A 15

12/ 82
12/ 82

119 .1
130 .7

119 .2
1 3 1 .9

1 19 .2
1 3 1 .9

4.2
3.1

0
0

3523-A 31

12/ 82

103 .4

103 .4

(3)

3523-B

12/ 82

13 1 .4

13 1 .4

1 3 1 .4

1.9

0

3 523-1

12/82

1 18 .4

11 8 .4

1 1 8 .6

1.4

.2

3 5 2 3 -1 A
3 5 2 3 -10 9

12/ 82
12/ 82

1 2 1 .3
124 .0

12 1 .3
124 .0

1 2 1 .3
124 .0

1.2
.8

0
0

3 5 2 3 -1 B
3 5 2 3 -13 5

12/ 82
12/82

108 .4
101.1

108 .4
10 1.1

108 .4
10 1.1

1.4
.7

.0
0

3 5 2 3 -18 7

12/ 82

120 .6

(3)

124 .6

4.4

3 523-2
3523-2B
3 52 3-22
3 523-221
3 52 3-22 4
3 52 3-25 6
3523-2C
3523-3
3523-3A
3523-3B
3 52 3-35 7
352 3-4
3523-4A
3523-4B
3 52 3-5
3523-5A

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/82
12/82
12/ 82
12/87
12/82
12/82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82

1 24 .3
122 .5
118 .4
94.6
104 .5
1 14 .6
122 .0
1 16 .9
1 18 .0
1 17 .8
1 10 .9
1 1 6 .7
1 1 7 .8
113 .8
1 16 .4
1 12 .9

12 5 .6
122 .3
1 18 .4
9 4.6
104 .5
109 .0
126 .5
117 .4
1 15 .9
1 2 1 .5
1 1 1 .5
1 1 6 .9
1 1 8 .3
1 1 3 .8
1 1 9 .2
116 .3

125 .5
122.1
1 18 .1
94.6
103 .7
109 .0
126 .5
118 .1
116 .8
1 2 1 .8
1 1 1 .5
1 2 1 .7
(3)
1 1 3 .5
1 2 0 .2
116 .1

3.3
2.5
1.5
.7
3.1
-2 .7
4.9
5.6
5.7
4.5
5.4
4.8
(3)
-.1
4.2
3.6

-.1
-.2
-.3
0
-.8
0
0
.6
.8
.2
0
4.1
(3)
-.3
.8
-.2

3 52 3-56 3
3 5 2 3 -5 1 1

12/82
12/ 82

116 .2
11 9 .2

1 2 1 .0
122 .2

120 .7
1 2 3 .5

4.9
4 .9

-.2
1.1

3 5 2 3 -5 8 2
3 5 2 3-6
3 5 2 3 -6 5 5
3 523-7
3 5 2 3 -7 6 6
3 52 3-8
3 523-8A
3 5 2 3 -8 0 6

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

1 1 5 .0
1 19 .3
11 8 .3
1 18 .4
1 0 9 .9
1 1 9 .2
1 2 9 .0
129 .3

(3)
1 19 .3
1 1 8 .3
119 .3
1 1 1 .6
1 1 8 .6
126 .3
(3)

1 1 7 .6
1 1 9 .3
1 1 8 .3
1 1 9 .4
1 1 2 .0
1 1 8 .6
1 2 5 .6
1 1 9 .3

1.5
5.3
5.5
.3
.8
2.2
3.2
5.3

352

Farm machinery and eq u ip m en t........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts.............................................................................................................
Commercial turf and grounds mowing equipment, including parts and
attachm ents .........................................................................................................
Gang rotary cutting units, reel and rotary ......................................................
Parts and attachm ents for commercial turf and grounds mowing
eq u ip m en t.........................................................................................................
Commercial turf and grounds care equipment, except mowing, including
parts and a ttach m en ts......................................................................................
W heel tractors and attachm ents, except: contractors’ type, lawn and
garden, and motor tille rs ..................................................................................
Two-wheel drive farm type tractors, including front-wheel assist
t y p e s ...................................................................................................................
1 2 0 to 1 3 9 pto h o rs e p o w e r............................................................................
Four-wheel drive farm type tractors, including tractors with equal
size tires, front and r e a r ...............................................................................
2 5 0 pto horsepow er and o v e r ........................................................................
Attachm ents for wheel tractors, farm type and nonfarm (industrial)
t y p e .................................................................................................................
Farm dairy m achines, sprayers and dusters, farm elevato rs and farm
blowers ..................................................................................................................
Sprayers and d u s t e r s ............................................................................................
Power sprayers, field and row crop types ..................................................
Tractor mounted .............................................................................................
Other than tractor mounted ........................................................................
Other s p ra y e r s .....................................................................................................
Farm elevato rs and b lo w e rs ................................................................................
Planting, seeding, and fertilizing m ach inery.......................................................
Planting and seeding m ach inery........................................................................
Fertilizing m ach inery..............................................................................................
Manure spreaders, conveyor type ................................................................
Harrows, rollers, pulverizers, stalk cutters, and similar equipm ent.............
Stalk shredders and cutters and rotary m o w e rs ..........................................
Harrows and combination tillage e q u ip m en t..................................................
Harvesting machinery ...............................................................................................
Field forage h a r v e s te r s ......................................... ...............................................
Field forage harvesters, shear-bar, self-propelled types and pull
t y p e s ...............................................................................................................
Combines (harvester-threshers), except peanut co m b in e s.......................
Other harvesting machinery, including picker-shellers and cotton
s trip p e rs ............................................................................................................
Haying m a ch in e ry .......................................................................................................
Hay balers, all t y p e s ..............................................................................................
Plows and listers, excluding turf and grounds m achinery .............................
Chisel plows, deep tilla g e ................................................................. ..................
Farm machinery and equipment, n.e.c., excluding p a r t s ...............................
C u ltiv ato rs.................................................................................................................
Corn and cotton type cultivators (shank and sw eep ty p e ) ....................

Dec.
19902

3519

Farm and garden machinery and eq u ip m en t................................................................

Nov.
19902

3 52 3

3 5 1 9-P
3 5 19 -1
3 5 19 -2
3 519-2A
3 5 1 9 -2 1 2
3 519-2B
3 5 1 9 -2 2 2
3 5 1 9 -3
3 5 19 -3 A
3 519-3B
3 519-319
3 5 1 9 -3 2 1
3 5 1 9 -3 2 3
3 5 1 9 -3 2 5
3 5 1 9 -3 3 3
3 5 1 9 -4
3 5 1 9 -5
3 5 19 -9
3 5 1 9 -9 0 4
3 5 1 9 -9 0 5
3 5 1 9 -9 0 8
3 5 1 9 -9 0 9
3 5 1 9 -9 9 8
3519-S M
3519-M
3 519-Z 8 9
3 5 1 9-S
3 5 19 -S S S

See footnotes at end of table.




101

Dec. 1 9 8 9

(3)

Nov. 1 9 9 0

(3)

(3)

(3)
0
0
1
.4
0
-.6
(’)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
19902

Farm machinery and equipm ent—Continued
Field cultivators ....................................... ...........................................................
Machines for preparing crops for m arket or u s e ..........................................
Feed grinders, feed mixers, and burr m ills .................................................
Farm poultry eq u ip m en t........................................................................................
Barn and barnyard equipment ...........................................................................
Self-propelled irrigation s y s t e m s ........................................................................
Self-propelled irrigation system s, center-pivot ..........................................
Hog e q u ip m en t.........................................................................................................
Farm w agons and other farm transportation equ ip m en t............................
Other farm transportation equipment ...........................................................
Parts for farm machinery and equipment, excl. comm, turf and grounds
equip .......................................................................................................................
Farm machinery and equipment parts sold to original equipment mfrs .
Farm machinery and equipment parts sold for replacem ent and repair
Parts for sprayers and d u s t e r s .......................................................................
Parts for harvesting m achinery.......................................................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esales ......................................................................................................................
Seco ndary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Construction machinery and equipment ..........................................................
Lawn and garden equ ip m en t...............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Consum er nonriding lawn, garden, and snow equ ip m en t..............................
Lawn m o w e rs ...........................................................................................................
Rotary, push type, gasoline engine p o w e re d .............................................
Rotary, self-propelled, gasoline engine p o w e re d ......................................
Reel, all t y p e s ......................................................................................................
Sn ow throwers (snow blowers), except attachm ent ty p e s ........................
Single stage ..........................................................................................................
Dual s t a g e .............................................................................................................
P ow ered lawn edg ers/ trim m ers.........................................................................
Fixed blade, gasoline engine or electric p o w e re d ....................................
Other consum er nonriding lawn, garden, and snow equ ip m en t..............
Yard vacuum s and blow ers .............................................................................
All other equipment, incl. pow ered hedge trimmers, 2 wheel walking
tractors, and lawn sw eep ers ...................................................................
Parts and attachm ents for consum er nonriding lawn, garden, and snow
eq u ip m en t..............................................................................................................
A tta ch m en ts..............................................................................................................
Parts ...........................................................................................................................
Consum er riding lawn, garden, and snow e q u ip m en t.....................................
G arden tr a c t o r s .......................................................................................................
Under 16 .0 h p ......................................................................................................
16 .0 hp and o v e r .................................................................................................
Lawn tractors and riding m ow ers ......................................................................
Front engine lawn tractors and riding m ow ers .........................................
10.0 hp and over ............................................................................................
R ear engine lawn tractors and riding m owers ..........................................
6 .0 hp and over ..............................................................................................
Parts and attachm ents for consum er riding lawn, garden, and snow
equ ip m en t..............................................................................................................
Attachm ents
Parts
Seco ndary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Construction, mining, and m aterials handling machinery and
equipment .........................................................................................................................
Construction m ach inery......................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Off hwy w heel tractors .............................................................................................
Off hwy wheel tractors, including w heeled log skidders and
rubber-tired dozers .........................................................................................
Tracklaying tra c to rs ....................................................................................................
Parts/ attach, for tracklaying tractors, off-hwy wheel tractors,
tractor shovel loaders ........................................................................................
Parts/ attach, for tracklaying tractors, off-hwy wheel tractors,
tractor shovel loaders ...................................................................................
Power cranes, excavators, and draglines, incl. parts/ a tta c h ......................
C ran es ........................................................................................................................
Cable operated c r a n e s .....................................................................................
Hydraulic c r a n e s .................................................................................................
E x c a v a to rs ................................................................................................................
Hydraulic operated e x c a v a to rs .......................................................................
Front end attachm ents for power cranes, draglines, and excavators ....

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1 9 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

3 5 2 3 -8 1 6
3523-8B
3 5 2 3 -8 2 6
3 523-8C
3523-8D
3523-8E
3 5 2 3 -8 9 3
3 523-8P
3523-8W
3 523-W 78

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

132 .7
1 1 5 .5
(3)
108 .7
1 2 1 .4
1 1 0 .5
1 1 0 .0
1 23 .6
134 .4
1 15 .8

1 3 1 .9
1 15 .4
1 1 7 .9
1 1 1 .1
1 2 1 .4
108 .8
10 8 .3
123 .6
134 .4
1 15 .8

1 3 1 .9
1 1 5 .5
1 1 9 .0
1 1 1 .1
1 2 1 .4
109.1
10 8 .6
123 .6
134 .0
1 15 .2

2.8
3.4
3.2
5.7
2.1
-1 .3
- 1 .4
4.0
2.4
.2

0
.1
.9
0
0
.3
.3
0
-.3
-.5

3 52 3-9
3 523-9A
3 523-9B
3 52 3-95 1
3 5 2 3 -9 9 4
3523-SM
3523-M
3523-Z 89
3 5 2 3 -S
3 5 2 3 -S S S
3 5 3 1 -S

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

1 1 7 .8
1 15 .8
1 15 .2
1 15 .8
10 9 .6

1 1 6 .6
1 15 .8
1 1 2 .5
1 1 5 .8
10 9 .6

116 .7
1 15 .8
1 12 .5
1 15 .8
109 .6

2.3
2.9
1.4
3.1
.7

.1
0
0
0
0

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

109 .5
109 .0
1 1 2 .8
108 .7
1 1 6 .2

109.1
108 .6
1 12 .9
1 08 .8
1 16 .3

107.1
106 .0
112 .9
108 .8
116 .3

-2 .9
-3 .6
.8
- 1 .9
5.3

- 1 .8
-2 .4
0
0
0

3 524-P
3 52 4-1
3 5 2 4 -11
3 5 2 4 -1 1 1
3 5 2 4 -112
3 52 4-113
3 5 2 4 -1 4
3 5 2 4 -14 1
3 5 2 4 -1 4 2
3 5 2 4 -15
3 5 2 4 -15 4
3 5 2 4 -1 9
3 5 2 4 -19 3

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
0 6/ 83
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82

1 17 .1
118 .1
1 1 3 .2
1 1 2 .6
1 1 3 .4
109 .3
1 1 1 .9
108 .7
1 1 5 .3
10 4 .4
1 1 5 .5
126 .0
12 4 .4
1 1 8 .4

1 17 .2
1 18 .0
1 13 .1
1 1 0 .7
1 1 3 .5
1 0 4 .0
1 2 1 .5
10 8 .9
(3)
1 0 4 .8
(3)
(3)
12 5 .8
(3)

1 17 .6
1 18 .4
1 1 3 .3
1 1 1 .3
1 1 3 .5
1 0 5 .6
1 2 1 .5
1 1 0 .0
1 1 8 .7
10 4 .8
1 17 .0
1 34 .2
12 5 .8
(3)

1.8
1.5
1.1
- .5
.4
-2 .4
10.4
1.6
3.2
.8
3.4
7.2
5.9
(3)

.3
.3
.2
.5
0
1.5
0
1.0
(3)
0

3 5 2 4 -1 9 4

12/ 82

12 7 .0

128 .3

128 .3

4.6

0

3 5 2 4 -3
3 5 2 4 -3 1 1
3 5 2 4 -3 1 2
3 5 2 4 -4
3 52 4-41
3 5 2 4 -4 1 6
3 5 2 4 -4 1 7
3 5 2 4 -4 2
3 52 4-42 1
3 5 2 4 -4 2 1 1 3
3 52 4-42 2
3 5 2 4 -4 2 2 13

12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 87
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/ 82
12/82

12 6 .5
13 0 .8
12 4 .5
1 3 1 .0
1 3 6 .2
1 0 9 .5
13 8 .9
1 2 8 .5
128 .5
123 .2

1 2 7 .0
1 3 4 .0
(3)
1 3 0 .6
1 3 6 .8
1 1 1 .2
13 8 .6
1 2 7 .7
127 .7
122 .3

12 6 .9
133 .5
(3)
1 3 1 .8
136 .8
1 1 1 .2
13 8 .6
129 .4
128 .0
122 .6

.2
4.1

-.1
-.4

(3)
3.0
2.6
3.1
2.4
3.1
2.3
1.2

(3)
.9
0
0
0
1.3
.2
.2

12/ 82

128 .4

127 .7

132 .0

4.6

3.4

12/82
12/ 82
10/83

102 .6
123 .9
82.9

102 .2
123 .9
8 2.3

102 .2
123 .9
82.3

.3
1.3
-.7

0
0
0

12/82

10 8 .9

1 12 .0

110 .7

4.2

- 1 .2

12/84

114 .1

1 15 .6

115 .8

4.1

.2

12/ 80
12/80

13 8 .9
136 .2

13 9 .0
136.3

139.4
136 .8

3.6
4.0

■3
.4

3 5 3 1-10 1
3 5 3 1-2

12/80
12/ 80

136 .2
14 0 .6

136 .2
142.1

136 .2
142.1

2.6

4.4

0
0

3 5 3 1-3

12/80

132 .2

1 3 1 .8

132.4

7.3

.5

3 5 3 1-3 0 5
3 5 3 1-4
3 53 1-4 A
3 53 1-41103
3 53 1-41104
3 5 3 1 -4 1 1
3 53 1-41102
3 5 3 1-4 8 1

12/80
12/ 80
06/ 86
12/ 80
12/ 80
0 6/ 86
12/ 80
12/ 80

132 .2
14 4 .5
1 2 3 .3
1 6 2 .6
1 5 4 .6
1 1 4 .5
14 5 .2
1 3 3 .9

13 1 .8
1 4 4 .5
12 3 .3
1 6 2 .6
154 .6
1 14 .5
145 .2
136.1

132.4
145 .1
12 4 .0
1 62 .6
154 .6
1 1 4 .5
14 5 .2
137 .5

7.3
3.5
3.9
2.3
5.1
2.2
3.0
1.0

.5

3 52 4

3 52 4-5
3 5 2 4 -5 1 7
3 52 4-52 1
3524-SM
3 5 2 4 -S

3 53
3531
3 5 3 1 -P
3 53 1-1

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

102

(3)
(3)
0
(3)

.4
.6
0
0
0
0
1.0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
b ase
Aug.
199 0 2

Construction m achinery—Continued
Parts for pow er cran es, draglines, and e x c a v a to rs ......................................
Mixers, pavers, and related equip, excl. parts ..................................................
Concrete e q u ip m en t..............................................................................................
Mixers ....................................................................................................................
Bituminous e q u ip m en t...........................................................................................
Other bituminous equip, incl. reclaim ers/planers and stab, mixers ....
Tractor shovel loaders excluding parts/ a tta c h m e n ts.....................................
W heel ty p e ................................................................................................................
W heel shovel loader, 4 w heel dr., up to 3 1 /2 cu. yd. c a p a c ity .........
Skid steer, 4 w heel drive .................................................................................
Scrap ers, graders, rollers, off-hwy trucks/haulers, and attach, for
m ounting................................................................................................................
Rollers, all typ es incl. self-propelled vibratory c o m p a c to rs .......................
Construction machinery for mounting on tractors, shovel loaders, etc.
All other m achinery for mounting incl. forklifts, logging arches,
sideboom s, pipehandlers, e tc ...................................................................
M iscellaneous constr. mach./equip., incl. other constr. machinery parts
Parts/ attachm ents for constr. mach./ equip, excl. cran es, draglines,
shovels, tra c to rs ..............................................................................................
Sold for replacement/repair ...........................................................................
M iscellaneous construction machinery and equ ip m en t..............................
Continuous ditchers/ trenchers, self-p ro p elled .........................................
Portable crushing, screening, or washing plants and combinations ...
Snow clearing attachm ents for mounting ...................................................
Other excavating and road construction m ach inery................................
All other m iscellaneous construction m ach inery.......................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
Miscellaneous r e c e ip t s .............................................................................................
R e s a le s .....................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................




Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

Dec. 19 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

3 5 3 1 -4 8 5
3 5 3 1-6
3 5 3 1 -6 1 1
3 53 1-61101
3 5 3 1 -6 2 2
3 5 3 1 -6 2 2 0 4
3 5 3 1-7
3 5 3 1 -7 1 1
3 53 1-71101
3 53 1-71104

12/ 80
12/ 80
0 6/ 86
0 6/ 86
0 6/ 86
0 6/ 86
12/ 80
06/ 86
12/ 80
0 6/ 86

136 .6
1 2 1 .7
1 1 2 .0
1 1 3 .7
1 0 9 .5
1 1 5 .7
1 4 6 .6
1 1 5 .3
1 5 2 .6
9 9.3

136 .6
122 .1
1 1 2 .0
1 1 3 .7
110 .1
1 1 8 .6
14 6 .6
1 1 5 .3
15 2 .7
9 9.3

13 6 .6
125 .4
1 1 2 .0
1 1 3 .7
1 1 5 .0
120 .0
14 6 .6
1 1 5 .3
152 .7
99.3

4.3
4.0
2.2
2.8
5.0
3.7
2.9
2.9
3.7
.5

0
2.7
0
0
4.5
1.2
0
0
0
0

3 5 3 1-8
3 5 3 1-8 3 1
3 5 3 1-8 4 1

12/ 80
12/ 80
0 6/ 86

1 3 0 .6
149 .7
1 1 2 .6

13 0 .8
149 .7
(3)

1 3 0 .8
14 9 .2
1 1 2 .6

3.5
1.4
1.6

0
-.3
(3)

3 53 1-84 166
3 5 3 1-9

06/ 86
12/ 80

1 0 6 .8
12 5 .9

(3)
126 .0

(3)
1 2 7 .0

(3)
3.0

(3)
.8

3 5 3 1 -9A
3 5 3 1-9 8 6 11
3 5 3 1-9 1 1
3 53 1-91102
3 53 1-91105
3 53 1-91106
3 53 1-91107
3 53 1-91108
3 5 3 1 -SM
3 5 3 1-M
3 5 3 1 -Z89
3 5 3 1-S
3 5 3 1 -S S S

06/ 86
12/ 80
06/ 86
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
06/ 86

1 0 6 .7
1 15 .0
10 7 .0
150.1
14 3 .0
127 .8
1 0 1 .8
108.1

1 0 6 .7
1 15 .0
107 .0
150.1
(3)
127 .9
1 0 1 .8
108.1

107.1
1 15 .7
108 .5
150.1
(3)
127 .9
1 0 1 .8
1 12 .0

2.8
2.4
3.3
1.8
(3)
3.3
(3)
5.3

.4
.6
1.4
0
(3)
0
0
3.6

12/ 80
08/ 84
12/ 80
06/ 86

174 .2
129.1
15 1 .5
1 00 .7

1 74 .2
129.1
1 5 1.5
100 .7

174 .9
129 .7
1 5 1 .5
100 .7

2.6
2.7
2.2
2.5

.4
.5
0
0

103

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products-Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to Dec. 1 9 9 0 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
base
C >
O
C c
O
0 (0

Industry and product’

Industry
code

Mining machinery and e q u ip m en t.....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Underground mining m ach inery..............................................................................
Crushing, pulverizing, and screening m a ch in e ry ...............................................
Crushers, stationary types, including skid-mounted (gyratory, impact,
jaw, and ro ll).....................................................................................................
Drills and other mining machinery, except p a r t s ...............................................
All other mining machinery and equipment, including impact breakers .
Parts and attachm ents for mining machinery and equipm ent......................
Parts and attachm ents for mining m achinery sold separately,
excluding drill b i t s ...........................................................................................
All other mining drill b i t s .......................................................................................
Second ary products and m iscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R e s a le s ......................................................................................................................
Seco nd ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Construction machinery ........................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................

3 53 2

Oilfield and gasfield m achinery and e q u ip m en t............................................................
Primary p r o d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Rotary oilfield and gasfield drilling machinery and e q u ip m en t.....................
Rotary drilling surface e q u ip m en t......................................................................
Elevators, spiders, slips, hooks, links, c o n n e c to r s ...................................
O ther rotary drilling surface machinery and equipment including
kelly joints .....................................................................................................
Rotary drilling subsurface e q u ip m en t...............................................................
Bits ..........................................................................................................................
Tungsten-carbide insert b it s ........................................................................
Steel-toothed bits ...........................................................................................
Other subsurface drilling equ ip m en t.............................................................
Other subsurface drilling equipment including su bsea drilling
r is e r s ............................................................................................................
Other oilfield and gasfield drilling machinery and equipment and parts ....
Oilfield and gasfield production machinery and equ ip m en t...........................
On-land and offshore bottom support w ellhead equipment .....................
Casing and tubing h ead s and supports ......................................................
Rodlifting machinery and equipment - su rface and s u b s u r fa c e ..............
Sucker r o d s ...........................................................................................................
Perm anent packers and a c c e s s o r ie s ...............................................................
Separating, metering, and treating equipment for oil and gas (located
on well s i t e ) ......................................................................................................
Parts for oil and g as field production machinery and tools, sold
s e p a r a t e ly ..........................................................................................................
Other oil and g as field production machinery and tools ............................
Drilling r ig s .....................................................................................................................
Oilfield and gasfield derricks and well surveying m ach in ery ........................
Seco nd ary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip t s .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
Other m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ..............................................................................
R esa le s ......................................................................................................................
Seco nd ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
V alves and fittings ..................................................................................................
Other secon d ary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Pumps and pumping equipment ........................................................................

3533

E levators and moving stairw ays ........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Elevators and moving stairways, parts and attachm ents ..............................
G eared electric p assenger elevators, except residence lifts ....................
Hydraulic p assen g er e le v a to rs ............................................................................
Freight e le v a to r s .....................................................................................................
Hydraulic freight elevato rs ...............................................................................
Other non-farm elevators, incl. sidewalk elev., dumb waiters, man
lifts, resid en ce lifts, etc ...................................................................................
Parts and attachm ents for elevato rs and moving stairw ays (sold
s e p a ra te ly ) ........................................................................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................

3534

C onveyors and conveying equipment ..............................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................................
Unit handling con veyors and conveying system s, except hoists and farm
e le v a to r s ................................................................................................................
Gravity con veyors (skate w heel and ro lle r)....................................................
Trolley conveyors (overhead s y s t e m s ) ............................................................
Light to medium d u t y ........................................................................................
Pow ered con veyors (belt and ro lle r) ................................................................
Light to medium d u t y .........................................................................................
Heavy d u t y ............................................................................................................
All other conveyors, such a s p a lle t..................................................................

3535

Dec.
19902

Dec. 19 8 9

Nov. 1 9 9 0

3 532-P
3 53 2-5
3 532-7

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

128 .4
130 .5
140 .6
143 .0

12 9 .4
13 1 .4
1 40 .6
144 .8

12 9 .5
13 1 .4
140 .6
143 .7

3.8
3.5
2.7
5.0

0.1
0
0
-.8

3 5 3 2 -7 2 7
3 53 2-8
3 5 3 2 -8 9 8
3 5 3 2 -9

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

14 7 .3
128 .2
128 .2
12 1 .1

150.1
12 9 .4
133.1
12 2 .4

150.1
13 1 .2
132 .8
12 2 .4

4.1
6.9
8.7
3.4

0
1.4
-.2
0

3 5 3 2 -9 7 5
3 5 3 2 -9 9 1
3532-SM
3532-M
353 2-Z 8 9
3 5 3 2 -S
3 5 3 1 -S
3 53 2-S S S

06/ 81
12/ 87

124 .1
1 1 5 .2

12 4 .8
1 1 5 .2

124 .8
1 1 5 .2

2.4
9 .8

0
0

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

1 2 1 .1
1 2 5 .8
1 1 8 .0
1 1 6 .2
1 1 6 .9

1 2 1 .1
1 2 5 .8
1 2 0 .2
1 1 9 .0
1 1 8 .9

1 2 1 .9
1 2 6 .6
12 0 .3
1 1 9 .0
1 1 8 .9

5.3
5.2
3.1
2.7
3.3

.7
.6
.1
0
0

3 53 3-P
3 53 3-1
3 5 3 3 -11
3 53 3-115

12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 86
12/ 86
12/ 80

1 3 0 .5
1 2 5 .6
1 1 4 .6
109 .1
1 4 5 .6

134 .9
1 3 1 .6
1 2 1 .2
1 2 1 .5
1 4 5 .6

13 5 .0
1 3 1 .8
1 2 1 .2
1 2 1 .3
1 4 5 .6

5.8
6.8
8.3
13 .8
3.3

.1
.2
0
- .2
0

3 5 3 3 -12 1
3 5 3 3 -1 4
3 5 3 3 -14 1
3 5 3 3 -14 1 0 1
3 5 3 3 -1 4 1 0 2
3 5 3 3 -14 9

12/ 86
12/ 86
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 86

120 .1
1 19 .6
16 3 .5
1 62 .6
1 7 1 .2
104.1

124 .8
12 0 .9
16 6 .9

124 .8
12 1.1
16 6 .9
1 65 .7
177 .4
103 .0

5.2
3.9
8.0
7.1
1 1.6
2.5

0
.2
0

3 5 3 3 -1 4 9 0 3
3 53 3-2
3 53 3-3
35 3 3 -3 1
3 5 3 3 -3 1 3
3 5 3 3 -3 5
3 5 3 3 -3 5 7
3 5 3 3 -3 6 2

12/ 86
12/ 86
12/80
12/ 80
12/ 86
12/ 80
12/ 80
12/ 80

1 04 .7
10 2 .8
1 19 .5
12 7 .9
1 1 4 .9
1 0 3 .6
8 3.3
115 .9

1 08 .9
1 14 .5
1 22 .6
1 3 1 .0
1 2 0 .8
1 1 0 .3
8 6.4
1 1 9 .6

1 10 .7

10.7

(3)

( 3)

3 53 3-37 1

12/ 80

120 .0

1 20 .4

120 .9

2.2

.4

353 3 -3 8 2
3 5 3 3 -3 9 8
3 53 3-5
3 5 3 3 -9
3533-SM
3533-M
353 3-X 98
3 53 3-Z 8 9
3 5 3 3 -S
3 4 9 4 -S
3 5 3 3 -S S S
3 5 6 1 -S

12/ 86
12/ 86
12/86
12/ 86

104 .3
10 9 .5
100 .5
90.5

1 05 .0
1 1 1 .1
104 .4
9 0.5

105 .0
1 13 .1
104.4
(3)

.7
7.2
3.9
( 3)

0
1.8
0
(3)

12/ 80
12/ 80
09/ 86
12/ 80
12/ 86
12/ 80
12/ 80

1 6 7 .4
1 4 3 .8
(3)
1 2 4 .9
1 1 9 .9
124 .4
1 15 .7

163 .8
1 4 3 .8
(3)
1 2 8 .3
1 2 5 .5
124 .4
12 4 .5

16 3 .8
14 3 .8
(3)
12 7 .6
1 2 5 .5
124 .4
1 2 1 .5

3.1
3.3
(3)
2.2
8.7
- 1 .0
4.2

-.5
0
0
-2 .4

3 534-P
3 534-1
3 5 3 4 -1 0 5
3 53 4-112
3 53 4-114
3 53 4-114 15

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/ 81
06/81
06/81
06/81

122 .0
1 2 1 .0
1 19 .4
1 1 2 .5
115.5
15 4 .5
1 1 4 .3

1 2 1 .5
120 .4
1 18 .9
111.5
1 1 5 .3
1 5 4 .3
1 1 4 .2

1 2 1 .5
120 .4
1 1 8 .9
111.5
1 1 5 .3
15 4 .5
1 1 4 .3

0
.2
0
-.4
.2
.5
2.3

0
0
0
0
0
.1
.1

353 4-19 6

06/ 81

13 3 .3

1 3 3 .3

133 .3

.6

0

3 5 3 4 -1 9 7
3534-M

06/81
06/81

14 6 .4
12 2 .2

146 .4
1 2 2 .2

14 6 .4

353 5-P

06/ 84
06/ 84

1 17 .1
1 1 5 .6

1 1 7 .3
1 1 5 .7

1 1 7 .4
1 1 5 .9

3.4
2.5

3 5 3 5 -3
3 5 3 5 -3 11
3 5 3 5 -3 1 2
3 53 5-312 11
3 5 3 5 -3 1 4
3 5 3 5 -3 1 4 11
3 5 3 5 -3 1 4 1 2
3 5 3 5 -3 1 7

06/ 84
06/ 84
06/ 84
12/ 88
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

1 1 1 .2
109 .4
1 1 8 .9
1 12 .1
107 .9
108 .8
106 .9
115 .4

1 1 1 .3
110 .1

1 1 1 .3
110 .1
1 18 .9
1 12 .1
108 .0
109 .0
106 .9
115 .6

2.3
1.3
9.2
9.2
.7
.4
1.3
.3

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

104

( 3)
( 3)

1 0 1 .9

( 3)
(3)

10 8 .0
10 9 .0
1 06 .9
1 15 .6

123 .2
1 3 1 .0
12 0 .8
1 1 0 .3
86.4
( 3)

( 3)

4.9
2.5
5.4
6.5
3.7
( 3)

(3)
<3)

1.1
1.7
( 3)

.5
0
0
0
0
( 3)

0
0
( 3)

1.7
( 3)

0
( 3)

.1
.2
0
0
( 3)
( 3)

0
0
0
0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
f g
< Oi

Conveyors and conveying equipment—Continued
Parts and accessories for unit handling conveyors and conveying
systems (sold separately) ...........................................................
Bulk m
aterial handling conveyors and conveying systems, except hoists
and farm elevators....................................................................
Conveyors and elevators...............................................................
Belt conveyors and systems.......................................................
Screw conveyors.......................................................................
Bucket elevators........................................................................
Portable conveyors, except farm.................................................
Vibrating conveyors....................................................................
A other conveyors and elevators, such as apron, flight, and drag ...
ll
Unloading and reclaim systems..................................................
ing
Loading and storing systems.........................................................
Parts and access, for bulk m
aterial handling conveyors and conveying
system sold separately............................................................
s,
Belt conveyor idlers......................................................................
All other parts, attachments, and accessories, sold separately...........
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts....................................
Secondary products.........................................................................

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

3535-4

128.6

128.6

0.8

0

06/84
06/84
06/84
08/84
06/84
06/84
09/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

115.3
115.8
119.4
110.4
112.8
102.3
96.7
116.2
116.3
105.2

115.4
115.8
119.4
110.4
112.8
102.3
96.7
116.2

115.6
116.0
119.4
110.4
114.7
102.3
97.8
116.2
117.6

2.3
2.4
2.5
1.5
2.2
0
2.2
5.6
1.1

.2
.2
0
0
1.7
0
1.1
0

06/84
06/84
06/84

125.3
122.8
126.8

125.5
122.8
127.2

126.0
122.8
127.8

4.0
.7
5.5

06/84

130.8

130.8

130.8

7.6

0

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
12/84
12/84
12/84

111.2
112.4
114.0
124.2
120.7
108.1
111.9
113.4
110.2
111.5
111.5
102.9
111.8
118.9
111.0
109.3

111.5
112.7
114.3
124.2
120.7
109.1
112.1
113.4
110.5
111.9
111.9
103.7
111.8
121.2
111.0
109.3

111.5
112.8
114.5
125.0
121.8
108.0
112.4
114.3
110.5
111.9
111.9
103.6
111.8
(3
)
111.0
109.3

1.9
1.6
1.2
3.9
2.5
-.1
1.0
.8
1.9
1.8
1.8
1.9
1.6

0
.1
.2
.6
.9
-1.0
.3
.8
0
0
0
-.1
0

12/84

103.8

103.8

12/84

105.1

105.1

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/86
12/86

135.2
134.2
129.6
128.4
128.1
121.7
129.7
149.7
126.1
125.0
153.6
148.2
102.7
117.6

135.8
134.9
130.4
128.3
128.0
121.5
129.7
149.7
126.0
125.5
(3
)
(3
)
102.9
117.9

136.2
135.2
130.7
128.3
127.9
121.3
129.7

2.6
2.4
2.2
1.2
1.1
1.9
.8
O
2.9
1.0

12/86
12/86
12/79

130.3
109.1
127.4

131.0
109.7
127.4

127.4

1.4

0

3541-P
3541-1
3541-2
3541-2B
3541-261
3541-26152
3541-4

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
08/83
08/83
06/83

126.6
125.4
114.2
117.2
115.1

128.2
127.2
114.3
(3
)

128.8
127.8
114.3
(3
)

4.5
4.7
6.2
(3
)

.5
.5
0

137.6

140.5

(3
)
(3
)
144.0

3541-4A

06/83

143.6

143.6

143.6

2.1

0

2.1

.0

3536

3537

Machine tools, metal cutting types.............................................................
Prim products................................................................................
ary
Boring machines.............................................................................
D
rilling machines.............................................................................
A drilling machines valued at $2500 each or more.........................
ll
Multiple spindle drilling machines................................................
Adjustable joint and fixed center types.....................................
Grinding, polishing, buffing, honing, and lapping machines...................
A grinding, polishing, buffing, honing, and lapping machines valued
ll
under $2500 ..........................................................................
All grinding, polishing, buffing, honing, and lapping machines
valued under $2500 each.....................................................
All grinding, polishing, buffing, honing, and lapping machines valued
at $2500 each or more............................................................
External cylindrical grinding machines..........................................
Plain, including angular wheel types..........................................
Internal cylindrical grinding m
achines, including centerless plain
and chucking type................................................................
Surface grinding machines, all types............................................

127.8

3535-6
3535-611
3535-613
3535-SM
3535-S

Industrial trucks and tractors.....................................................................
Prim products................................................................................
ary
Industrial trucks and tractors, m
otorized and hand powered.................
Internal com
bustion trucks and tractors..........................................
Internal com
bustion trucks..........................................................
Internal com
bustion trucks under 6000 lb. capacity....................
Internal com
bustion trucks. 6000 - 14,999 lb. capacity ...............
Internal com
bustion trucks, over 14,999 lb. capacity...................
Motorized handtrucks....................................................................
Operator-riding electric trucks........................................................
Handlift trucks, handtrucks. trailers, and dollies................................
Other handtrucks. trailers, and dollies ..........................................
All other industrial trucks and tractors.............................................
Parts, attachments, and accessories for industrial trucks and tractors...
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts....................................
Miscellaneous receipts.....................................................................
Resales......................................................................................
Secondary products.........................................................................

06/84

3535-5
3535-511
3535-51111
3535-51112
3535-51113
3535-51115
3535-51117
3535-51118
3535-512
3535-513

Hoists, cranes and monorails.....................................................................
Prim products................................................................................
ary
Hoists............................................f...............................................
.
Hand chain hoists, ratchet lever, and wire rope pullers.....................
Electric chain hoists (roller and link)...............................................
Electric wire rope hoists ................................................................
Other hoists.................................................................................
Parts and attachments for hoists (sold separately)...........................
Overhead traveling cranes and m
onorail systems................................
Cranes, except construction power cranes......................................
Electric overhead traveling cranes ...............................................
Single top running bridge type..................................................
Double top running bridge type................................................
Under running bridge type........................................................
Other overhead traveling cranes..................................................
Monorail systems..........................................................................
Parts and attachments for cranes and m
onorail system (sold
s
separately).............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts....................................
Secondary products.........................................................................

3541

3536-P
3536-1
3536-111
3536-113
3536-116
3536-138
3536-145
3536-2
3536-21
3536-212
3536-21207
3536-21208
3536-21209
3536-216
3536-25
3536-26
3536-SM
3536-S
3537-P
3537-1
3537-1A
3537-13
3537-136
3537-137
3537-138
3537-111
3537-123
3537-16
3537-165
3537-197
3537-3
3537-SM
3537-M
3537-Z89
3537-S

( 3>
<3)

( 3>

(3
)

<3)

(3
)
<3>

<3)

<3)

<3)

<3>
<3)

.4
0
.5

( 3>

.7
(3
)

0
0

103.8

2.5

0

105.1

4.0

0

<3)

126.0
125.6
(3
)
<3)

102.8
117.9

.3
Z

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

0
.1

<3>

<3>

<3)

<3>

3.2
3.1

-.1
0

( 3)

<3)

<3)

<3)

( 3>

( 3>

<3>

<3)

<3)

<3>

<3)

<3)

<3)

( 3>

7.1

2.5

3541-401

06/83

143.6

143.6

143.6

3541-4B
3541-409
3541-40911

06/83
06/83
06/88

137.3
145.5
122.9

140.4
151.7
129.1

143.9
158.6
143.5

7.2
10.7
18.4

2.5
4.5
11.2

3541-423
3541-431

06/83
06/88

134.7
111.5

135.9
112.2

135.9
112.2

2.1
3.8

0
0

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

105

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Aug.
19902

Machine tools, metal cutting types—Continued
Tool and cutter grinding machines...............................................
All other grinding m
achines, n.e.c., including thread grinding
machines............................................................................
Turning machines (lathes), all types...................................................
Horizontal numerically controlled turning m
achines, valued at $2500
each or more..........................................................................
Horizontal spindle num
erically controlled turning m
achines, small...
Vertical num
erically controlled turning m
achines, valued at $2500
each or more..........................................................................
Vertical spindle turning machines................................................
Non-num
erically controlled turning machines...................................
A lathes (turning m
ll
achines) valued at $2500 each or more...........
M
illing machines..............................................................................
All m
illing m
achines valued at $2500 each or more .........................
Other metal cutting type machine tools..............................................
Machining centers.........................................................................
D m bore, horizontal (automatic tool change)........................
rill, ill,
Y - axis travel less than 27 inches ...........................................
Y - axis travel 27 inches through 40 inches...............................
Y - axis travel over 40 inches...................................................
Station type machines...................................................................
Dial or rotary, trunnion and center column....................................
Transfer...................................................................................
Other metal cutting m
achine tools..................................................
A other m cutting m
ll
etal
achine tools, n.e.c. valued at $2500 each
or more...............................................................................
Sawing and cutoff machines....................................................
Miscellaneous metal cutting machine tools................................
Parts for metal cutting type m
achine tools, sold separately, and
rebuilt m
achine tools .................................................................
Parts for metal cutting type m
achine tools, sold separately...............
Secondary products and m
iscellaneous receipts....................................
Miscellaneous receipts.....................................................................
Contract work and other m
iscellaneous receipts..............................
Resales.......................................................................................
Secondary products.........................................................................

Dec.
19902

Dec. 1989

Nov. 1990

3541-452

122.5

125.5

2.4

2.4

135.8
113.8

136.5
116.2

138.9
116.6

4.0
5.2

1.8
.3

06/83
06/83

105.0
99.1

105.3
100.7

105.3
100.8

3.4
3.3

0
.1

3541-528
3541-52824
3541-59
3541-59B
3541-6
3541-6B
3541-7
3541-71
3541-716
3541-71611
3541-71613
3541-71615
3541-732
3541-73231
3541-73235
3541-79

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

108.2
105.6
122.1
122.4
119.5
119.5
134.2
116.5
120.7
131.2
107.1
122.1
145.9
120.3
150.2
123.4

109.3
106.7

111.3
108.6

6.3
6.3

1.8
1.8

121.1
121.1
135.3
119.1
121.4
133.1
107.1
122.4
147.2
120.5
151.6
121.5

121.1
121.1
135.5
118.0
121.8
135.7
107.1
121.2
147.3
120.5
151.7
123.8

3541-79B
3541-794
3541-797

06/83
06/83
06/83

124.0
125.5
140.6

121.9
120.6
140.6

3541-9
3541-911
3541-SM
3541-M
3541-XY9
3541-Z89
3541-S

06/83
06/83

122.6
121.9

06/83
06/88
06/83
06/83

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

6.5
6.5
2.9
3.1
3.3
6.4
0
2.7
2.1
.9
2.1
6.1

0
0
.1
-.9
.3
2.0
0
-1.0
.1
0
.1
1.9

124.3
125.5
140.6

6.4
6.3
3.8

2.0
4.1
0

125.2
124.6

125.7
125.1

5.5
6.0

.4
.4

140.4
141.1
120.8
126.6

142.9
141.1
126.1
127.0

142.9
141.1
126.1
127.0

5.5
4.6
6.6
2.7

0
0
0
0

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/86
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

138.3
142.0
119.1
118.2
110.5
148.2
152.1
166.3
126.8
139.5

139.5
143.5
119.1
118.2

8.4
9.9
.6
1.6
2.1
19.8
27.6
18.4
2.8
3.5

-.2
-.3
-.8
0

<
3)

139.2
143.1
118.1
118.2
110.5
148.2
152.1
166.3
126.8
139.5

06/81
06/81

146.8
147.2

149.3
149.7

148.9
149.3

6.3
7.3

-.3
-.3

06/81

125.3

125.3

125.3

0

0

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

110.0
109.8
109.8
109.9
111.5

112.7
112.7
112.7
112.1
116.2

112.8
112.7
112.7
112.1
116.4

2.6
2.6
2.6
2.9
1.8

.1
0
0
0
.2

12/84

111.8

111.8

111.8

.5

0

3544-P
3544-1
3544-11

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

124.0
125.5
128.3
149.7

126.2
127.9
130.6
149.7

126.3
128.0
130.8
149.9

3.2
3.6
4.2
6.2

.1
.1
.2
.1

3544-117
3544-12
3544-1E
3544-122
3544-1F
3544-127
3544-128

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/86

129.8
121.8
132.8
132.3
111.4
107.6
102.0

129.8
125.5
142.9

130.5
125.6
142.9

5.0
3.7
7.7

.5
.1
0

3544-129
3544-1K

06/81
12/86

113.9
106.4

3544-179
3544-19

06/81
10/82

125.9
114.8

3542

3543

Special tools, dies, jigs, fixtures and industrial molds....................................
Prim products................................................................................
ary
Special tools, dies, jigs and fixtures ..................................................
Jigs and fixtures, all types.............................................................
A other jigs and fixtures (holding, positioning, layout,
ll
assem
bly), under 1,000 pounds.............................................
Dies, metal cutting only ................................................................
Form and drawing dies...........................................................
ing
Form and drawing dies, 500 pounds weight and under...........
ing
Stamping dies, including lam
ination and blanking dies...................
Stamping dies, progressive type, high-speed steel......................
Stamping dies, progressive type, other steel including carbide.....
A other stam
ll
ping type dies (punch, trim notch, perforate,
,
etc.) ................................................................................
Components and parts for dies...................................................
Other components and parts for dies, including standard punches,
springs, etc.......................................................................
Other specially designed tooling, prototypes, and models.................

122.5

06/83
06/83

3541-519
3541-51911

Industrial patterns ....................................................................................
Prim products................................................................................
ary
Industrial patterns, except shoe patterns............................................
Foundry patterns..........................................................................
A other industrial patterns, except shoe patterns............................
ll
Secondary products and m
iscellaneous receipts....................................
Secondary products.........................................................................

07/83

3541-492
3541-5

Metal form machine tools......................................................................
ing
Prim products................................................................................
ary
Punching, shearing, bending, and form machines............................
ing
Bending and form machinery.....................................................
ing
Other bending and form m
ing achines including folders..................
Presses, except forging....................................................................
Mechanical presses......................................................................
Open back inclinable-gap type....................................................
Vertical, straight-sided and arch frame.........................................
Hydraulic presses .........................................................................
Rebuilt metal form m
ing achine tools and parts for m
etal form
ing
machine tools ...........................................................................
Parts for metal form machine tools.............................................
ing
Secondary products and m
iscellaneous receipts....................................
Secondary products.........................................................................

3544

3542-P
3542-1
3542-131
3542-13118
3542-2
3542-211
3542-21111
3542-21112
3542-212
3542-4
3542-413
3542-SM
3542-S
3543-P
3543-1
3543-115
3543-198
3543-SM
3543-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Nov.
19902

106

(3)

148.2
152.1
166.3
126.8

(3)

(3)

(3)

3.4
.6
1.2

(3)

0
0
0
0

(3)

(3)
.3

114.2
107.6
103.2

114.5
108.2
103.2

118.6

118.6

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)
1.7

(3)

(3)

114.8

114.8

.6
0

5.2

0

0

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

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
A
ug.
19902

Special tools, dies, jigs, fixtures and industrial m
olds—Continued
Industrial m
olds ..............................................................................
Metal industrial m
olds for casting metal..........................................
Metal diecasting molds...............................................................
Metal industrial m
olds for m
olding rubber, including tire molds..........
Metal industrial m
olds for m
olding plastic........................................
Metal injection m
olds for plastic..................................................
All other industrial molds..............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts....................................
Secondary products........................................................................
Other secondary products.............................................................
Machine tool accessories.........................................................................
Prim products................................................................................
ary
Sm cutting tools for m
all
achine tools and m
etalworking machinery.......
Twist drills, gun drills, combined drills, countersinks and
counterbores .........................................................................
Twist drills ................................................................................
Carbon steel and high speed steel...........................................
1/2 inch and under diameter, straight shank...........................
Over 112 inch diameter, taper shank......................................
Over 1/2 inch diameter, straight shank..................................
Carbide, solid and tipped, excluding blanks and tips sold
separately and masonry drills.............................................
Gun drills, combined drills, countersinks and counterbores.............
Counterbores, including spot facers, etc., but excluding pilots
for interchangeable pilot types...........................................
Reamers, all types, excluding gun reamers......................................
High speed steel, including blades sold separately........................
Carbide, solid and tipped, excluding tips and blanks sold
separately...........................................................................
End m and m
ills
illing cutters..........................................................
End m solid and tipped, die sinking, contour, router, tracer,
ills,
hollow m etc....................................................................
ills,
High speed steel.....................................................................
Carbide, solid and tipped, excluding blades sold separately.........
Inserted blade type cutters, all types, complete.............................
Indexible or throwaway insert...................................................
Single and double point tools and circular form tools........................
Circular form tools, including sem
ifinished blanks..........................
Single and double point tools......................................................
Other materials ......................................................................
Threading tools............................................................................
Taps, excluding taps in threading sets and screw plates and
inserted chaser types...........................................................
High speed steel....................................................................
Ground thread ....................................................................
Dies, w two or more thread-form edges integral with the body .
ith
ing
Blanks, tips, and inserts................................................................
Molded blanks and tips, including carbide, cast alloy, and ceramic ...
Inserts, indexible, and throwaway types .......................................
Carbide.................................................................................
Utility ground.......................................................................
Precision ground .................................................................
Pressed to size, including inserts with center holes and w
ith
m
olded chip breakers.....................................................
Other types of cutting tools for m
achine tools, including rotary
burrs, files and spade drills......................................................
Carbon steel .............................................................................
High speed steel.......................................................................
Carbide, solid and tipped, excluding tips and blanks sold
separately...........................................................................
Precision m
easuring tools (inspection, quality control, tool room and
,
m
achinists’ tools) ......................................................................
Dial indicators..............................................................................
Other m
achinists’ precision tools, incl. dividers and surface texture
m
easuring m
achines ...............................................................
Other attachments and accessories for m
achine tools and m
etalworking
machinery.................................................................................
Tool holders.................................................................................
Turning tool holders (m
echanically clam
ping for inserts and bits),
except box tools..................................................................
Boring bars and heads...............................................................
Special tooling and attachments for screw and autom m
atic achines
Other tool holders, including other chucks, drill heads, tool
posts, turrets, sleeves, etc.....................................................
W holding devices...................................................................
ork
Other work holding and positioning devices, including vises,
m
andrels, clam stops, etc..................................................
ps,
Other attachments and accessories and tool room specialties...........

Nov.
19902

Dec.
19902

06/81
06/81
06/81

119.9
120.4
122.0

122.5
122.4
123.9

122.4
123.1
124.7

2.5
3.4
3.3

-0.1
.6
.6

06/81
06/81
12/86

116.3
116.2
107.0

119.2
119.4
107.2

119.2
119.4
107.2

2.4
2.6
2.7

0
0
0

06/81
06/81

112.2
108.8

112.3
109.0

112.6
109.3

-.3
-1.0

.3
.3

3545-P
3545-1

06/83
06/83
06/83

115.6
114.4
111.2

116.7
115.6
112.3

117.5
116.0
112.4

2.8
2.5
1.5

.7
.3