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Producer Price
Indexes
U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics




ransportation

Manufacturing

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Robert B. Reich, Secretary
BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
Katharine G. Abraham, Commissioner

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August 1995




Data for July 1995

Producer Price Indexes
Data for July 1995
Editors: William D. Thomas, Jerry L. Matheny, Scott Sager
Production assistant: Dorothy Williams

Contents
Page

Price movements, July 1995............................................
Resampling of industries....................................... ..........
New Producer Price Index for telecommunications.....

Page

1
4
5

10. Producer price indexes for materials
inputs to construction industries........................ 205
11. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for the net output of industry
by stage of process............................................... 206

Tables:
1. Producer price indexes and percent
changes by stage of processing...........................

6

2. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for selected commodity groupings
by stage of processing..........................................

7

3. Producer price indexes for selected
stage-of-processing groupings,
seasonally adjusted............ ..................................
4. Producer price indexes for the net
output of major industry groups........................
5. Producer price indexes for the net
output of selected industries and
their products.........................................................

13. Industry and industry-classified product
indexes recoded, effective July 1995............. .

208

10

14. New industry and industry-classified product
indexes introduced into the Producer Price
Index, effective July 1995................................... 209

n

15. Industry and industry-classified product indexes
deleted from the Producer Price Index,
effective July 1995................................................ 210

12

16. Commodity price indexes deleted from
the Producer Price Index, effective
July 1995................................................................ 214

6. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for commodity groupings
and individuals item s........................................... 158
7. Producer price indexes by durability
of product.............................................................. 202
8. Producer price indexes for special
commodity groupings..........................................203
9. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for selected telephone
services...................................................................204




12. Producer price indexes and percent changes
for net material inputs to industry stage of
process and final demand..................................... 207

17. Commodity price indexes based on the
movement of corresponding industry-based
product price indexes, effective
July 1995............................................................... 215
18. New commodity price indexes based on the
movement of corresponding industry-based
product price indexes, effective
July 1995 ............................................................... 216
19. Commodity grouping price indexes introduced,
effective July 1995 ............................................... 217
Technical notes................................................ ............... 218




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

Release date

Index month

Release date

August

September 12

November

December 12

September

October 12

December

January 11

October

November 9

Price Movements
July 1995

Finished goods

The Producer Price Index for Finished Goods was un­
changed, after seasonal adjustment, from June to July. The
Finished Goods Price Index declined slightly in June and
showed no change in May. Prices received by domestic pro­
ducers of intermediate goods also were unchanged in July;
this index inched up 0.1 percent in June. Crude material
prices declined 0.8 percent in July after increasing 0.7 per­
cent in the previous month. (See table A.)
Among finished goods in July, increases for consumer
nondurable goods other than energy and for capital equip­
ment were offset by declines for finished energy goods and
for consumer durable goods. The index for finished goods
other than foods and energy increased 0.2 percent in July,
about the same as in recent months.
Before seasonal adjustment, the Producer Price Index for
Finished Goods moved up 0.1 percent in July to 128.3
(1982=100). From July 1994 to July 1995, the Finished
Goods Price Index rose 1.8 percent. During this same pe­
riod, consumer food prices also rose 1.8 percent. The fin­
ished energy goods index increased 0.5 percent, and prices
for finished goods other than foods and energy advanced
2.1 percent. The Intermediate Goods Price Index advanced
6.1 percent during the 12 months ended in July 1995, and
prices for crude goods moved down 0.3 percent.

The Producer Price Index for finished consumer foods in­
creased 1.2 percent, seasonally adjusted, in July after fall­
ing in each of the previous 4 months. Prices turned up after
falling a month earlier for fresh fruits and melons, finfish
and shellfish, shortening and cooking oils, and dairy prod­
ucts. Prices rose more rapidly in July than in June for pork,
processed young chickens and turkeys, and eggs for fresh
use. Soft drink prices increased 0.8 percent after showing
no change a month earlier. The index for fresh and dry veg­
etables fell much less in July (2.2 percent) than in June (16.6
percent). Prices for pasta products were unchanged after fall­
ing 5.5 percent a month earlier. By contrast, prices turned
down after rising in June for roasted coffee. The index for
beef and veal continued to increase, but somewhat less rap­
idly in July (3.2 percent) than in June (3.8 percent). Price
increases slowed markedly for milled rice.
The Producer Price Index for finished energy goods moved
down 2.5 percent in July after declining 1.0 percent in June.
Gasoline prices fell more in July (10.1 percent) than in June
(3.1 percent), following increases in May (2.0 percent) and
April (6.1 percent). Price declines for home heating oil slowed
from 5.8 percent in June to 2.2 percent in July. Prices turned
up after falling a month earlier for residential natural gas.

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

Energy

Except foods
and energy

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

Month
Total

Foods

Intermediate
goods

Crude
goods

1994:
J u ly ..................................................................................
August ............................................................................
September ........... .........................................................
October ..........................................................................
N ovem ber......................................................................
D ecem ber............................................. .........................

0.2
.6
-.3
-.4
.6
.3

0.4
.2
-.2
-.1
1.0
1.3

0.9
2.3
-2 .4
-1 .3
2.2
-.9

0.1
.2
.1
-.4
.2
.2

0.6
1.9
1.5
1.0
1.3
1.7

0.3
.7
.4
.3
.8
.4

-0 .4
0
-2 .4
-.6
.6
.5

1995:
J an uary...........................................................................
F e b ru a ry .........................................................................
M a rc h ..............................................................................
A p ril.................................................................................
M a y .............................................. ...................................
J u n e ................................................................................
J u ly ...................................................................................

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

-.5
.3
-.1
-.3
-.6
-.3
1.2

2.5
.3
0
1.8
-.2
-1 .0
-2 .5

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

1.7
1.7
1.8
2.1
2.2
2.1
1.8

1.3
.7
.4
.6
.2
.1
0

.3
1.6
-1 .3
2.1
-.8
.7
-.8

Some percent changes shown here and elsewhere in T r ic e Movements
July 1995” may differ from those previously reported because indexes for
March 1995 have been recalculated to incorporate late reports and correc-




tions by respondents. All indexes are subject to revision 4 months after original
publication.

1

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

Month
Foods

Energy

Except
foods
and energy

1994:
J u ly .................................................... ...............................
August ............................................................................
September .....................................................................
O c to b e r........................................... ..............................
N ovem ber.......................................................................
D ecem ber.......................................................................

-2 .3
.3
.5
-.9
0
-.5

1.0
1.6
-1 .7
-1 .7
2.0
.1

0.3
.6
.8
.7
.8
.5

1995:
January ............................................................................
F e b ru a ry .........................................................................
M a rc h ................................. .............................................
A p ril..................................................................................
M a y ......................................................................... ........
J u n e ................................................................................
J u ly ...................................................................................

.4
-.1
.4
-1 .0
-1 .0
1.0
1.5

1.3
.6
.6
1.1
.6
-1 .3
-2 .4

1.2
.8
.4
.6
.2
.2
.3

1
Some percent changes shown here and elsewhere in'"Price Movements
July 1995” m ay differ from those previously reported because indexes for
March 1995 have been recalculated to incorporate late reports and correc-

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

Foods

Energy

1.8
2.5
2.8
3.0
3.9
4.4

-2 .3
-1.1
-.2
-1.1
.9
-.1

0.3
0
-6.6
-1.0

5.4
5.8
6.2
6.7
6.9
6.5
6.1

0
1.3
-2 .4
-1 .0
-3 .0
4.0
4.1

-1 .8
0.1

-1 .4
2.5
- 1 .4
6.4
1.4
-2 .7
- 5 .4

Except
foods
and energy

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

2.2
1.7
.8
.6
3.4
2.2

0.7
1.3
-1 .3
-4 .5
-3 .0
-.5

3.0
1.1
.9
.8
-.3
.6
-1 .8

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

tions by respondents. All indexes are subject to revision 4 months after original
publication.

percent in the previous month. Prices for plywood, wiring
devices, plastic construction products, and for air condi­
tioning and refrigeration equipment also advanced after de­
clining in June. Indexes for millwork and nonfluid power
metal valves rose more than in the preceding month. By
contrast, the index for heating equipment turned down 0.1
percent after rising 0.6 percent in the prior month, and prices
for gypsum products fell more than in June.
The rise in the intermediate foods and feeds index accel­
erated to 1.5 percent in July from 1.0 percent a month ear­
lier. The index for fluid milk products turned up 2.2 percent
after falling 2.8 percent in June. Prices for both condensed
and evaporated milk and for miscellaneous meats also in­
creased after declining in the previous month. Indexes for
pork and flour rose more than they had in the prior month.
By contrast, the confectionery materials index declined 3.6
percent in July after falling 0.4 percent a month earlier.
Prices for crude vegetable oils turned down after rising in
June, and the beef and veal index rose less than it had in the
previous month.
Price increases for nondurable manufacturing materials
slowed to 0.3 percent in July from 0.7 percent in the previ­
ous month. The July rise in this index is the smallest in­
crease in 17 months. The index for woodpulp rose 2.4 per­
cent after surging almost 16 percent in June. Paperboard
prices also increased less than in the previous month. In­
dexes for nitrogenates and gray fabric turned down after
rising a month earlier. In addition, plastic resin and mate­
rial prices fell more than in the prior month. Conversely,
the index for miscellaneous basic organic chemicals turned
up 1.6 percent after falling 0.2 percent in June. Prices for
both synthetic fibers and for alkalies and chlorine also in­
creased after declining a month earlier.
The index for durable manufacturing materials turned up
4.3 percent after falling 3.5 percent a month earlier. Prices

The index for consumer goods other than foods and en­
ergy increased 0.2 percent for the second consecutive month.
The largest increases were for books, newspapers, soaps and
detergents, and sanitary papers. By contrast, prices declined
for passenger cars (0.7 percent), light trucks (0.3 percent),
and household flatware (0.7 percent).
The capital equipment index inched up 0.1 percent in July
following a 0.2-percent rise in both May and June. Increases
were registered for civilian aircraft, agricultural machinery,
oil field and gas field machinery, machine tools, and heavy
motor trucks. These advances slightly outweighed declines
for paper industries machinery and light trucks.

Intermediate goods
The Producer Price Index for Intermediate Materials, Sup­
plies, and Components was unchanged, seasonally adjusted,
in July, after rising 0.1 percent in June. Excluding food and
energy prices, this index increased 0.3 percent, after rising
0.2 percent in both of the previous 2 months. Price declines
for energy goods were offset by increases for construction
materials, foods and feeds, as well as for both durable and
nondurable manufacturing materials. (See table B.)
The index for intermediate energy goods declined 2.4 per­
cent in July after falling 1.3 percent a month earlier. The
index for gasoline fell 10.1 percent after declining 3.1 per­
cent in June. Prices for diesel fuel and liquefied petroleum
gas also fell more than in the previous month. Indexes for
residual fuel and both industrial and commercial natural gas
turned down after rising the month before. By contrast, the
index for industrial electric power turned up 0.3 percent
after falling 2.0 percent in June; commercial electric power
prices fell less than they had a month earlier.
The index for construction materials rose 0.6 percent in
July after declining 0.1 percent a month earlier. The index
for softwood lumber turned up 6.8 percent after falling 0.8




Crude goods

2

for flat glass, building paper and board, and for cold rolled
steel sheet and strip also rose after declining in the previous
month. The index for aluminum mill shapes fell less than a
month earlier. The index for hot rolled steel sheet and strip,
however, turned down 0.3 percent in July after rising 1.2
percent in the previous month. Prices for aluminum also
fell after increasing in the previous month, and the index
for copper and brass mill shapes rose less than in June.

Crude goods
The Producer Price Index for Crude Materials for Further
Processing declined 0.8 percent in July, seasonally adjusted,
after rising 0.7 percent in the previous month. Prices for
crude energy materials fell more rapidly in July than in June.
The index for basic industrial materials turned down 1.8
percent in July after rising 0.6 percent in the prior month.
Prices for crude foodstuffs and feedstuffs rose about 4 per­
cent for the second consecutive month. (See table B.)
In July, the index for crude energy materials was down
5.4 percent following a 2.7-percent decline last month.
Prices for crude petroleum dropped 9.3 percent in July com­
pared with a decline of 4.6 percent during the prior month.
The index for natural gas also fell more than in June. By
contrast, coal prices inched up 0.2 percent, following a de­
crease of 1.2 percent a month earlier.
The index for crude nonfood materials less energy turned
down 1.8 percent in July after moving up 0.6 percent the
previous month. Following significant price increases last
month, prices for raw cotton; hardwood logs, bolts, and
timber; and for pulpwood logs, bolts, and timber all turned
down in July. In addition, prices for softwood logs, bolts,
and timber and for wastepaper fell faster in July than in
June. The index for iron ores, however, rose 10.7 percent in
July after showing no change a month earlier. Prices for
copper ores increased more than in the previous month, and
the cattle hides index turned up after falling in June.
After advancing 4.0 percent in June, the index for crude
foodstuffs and feedstuffs rose another 4.1 percent in July.
Price increases for slaughter hogs, wheat, Irish potatoes for
processing, and unprocessed finfish outweighed declines for
fresh vegetables except potatoes, hay, fluid milk, and slaugh­
ter cattle.




Net output price indexes for mining, manufactur­
ing, and other industries
Mining. The Producer Price Index for the net output of total
domestic mining industries decreased 3.6 percent in July
after falling 2.3 percent in the previous month. (Net output
price indexes are not seasonally adjusted.) Prices for the oil
and gas extraction industry group fell more in July (5.6 per­
cent) than in June (2.9 percent). The index for die anthra­
cite mining industry group was unchanged after increasing
in the previous month. However, the index for the bitumi­
nous coal and lignite mining industry group turned up
slightly in July after declining in June. Prices rose much
more rapidly than in the previous month for the metal min­
ing industry group.
Manufacturing. The Producer Price Index for total domes­
tic manufacturing industries inched down 0.1 percent in July
after showing no change in June. In July, a 5.4-percent de­
cline was registered for the petroleum refining industry
group; this index decreased 1.5 percent in June. Prices in­
creased, however, for food and kindred products, lumber
and wood products, paper and allied products, and for print­
ing and publishing industry groups.

Other. Among other industries, prices for waste paper col­
lection fell 10.2 percent in July after falling about half as
much in June. Prices also declined more than in the previ­
ous month for tugging and towing services. Prices turned
down after rising in June for scheduled air cargo transporta­
tion and deep sea domestic transportation of freight. Price
increases slowed markedly for electric power utilities and
nonferrous metal scrap collection. By contrast, prices turned
up after falling a month earlier for passenger car rental and
freight transportation arrangement. Prices rose after show­
ing no change in the previous month for medical laborato­
ries and local trucking without storage. Price increases ac­
celerated for Mississippi River transportation of freight,
scheduled air passenger transportation, and for truck rental
and leasing. Prices fell less in July than in June for travel
agencies.

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Resampling of Industries

Thirty-four new or resampled industries are being intro­
duced into the PPI this month effective with this issue.
Among the newly introduced series are data for account­
ing, auditing, and bookkeeping services and for advertising
services. In addition, an index for the telephone communi­
cations services industry is also being introduced. Indexes
for selected telephone services that are published in table 9
of this report will be discontinued effective next month with
the publishing o f data for August 1995. The newly intro­
duced indexes for telephone communications (SIC 4813)
are not continuous with the previously published indexes for
selected telephone services. The newly introduced indexes
are comprised o f an entirely revised and updated sample;
the coverage is much more comprehensive. For more de­
tailed information, see the article, “New Producer Price In­
dex for the Telecommunications Industry” on page 5 of this
issue. The new indexes for the products of the telephone
communications industry appear in table 5.
Under the resampling procedure, the list of producers
sampled for an industry is updated to reflect more accu­
rately the current structure, membership, technology, or prod­
uct mix of an industry. The Bureau of Labor Statistics pub­
lished the first results of this systematic process in July 1986.
Subsequent efforts have been completed at 6-month inter­
vals.

Standard
Industrial
Classification
(SIC) code

Standard
Industrial
Classification
(SIC) code

3554
3555
3586

2022
2033
2075
2258
2323
2341
2342
2421

2436
2512
2522
2652
2731
2819
2865
2869
2992
3011
3052
3131
3221
3441
3493
3495
3545

Softwood veneer and plywood
Wood household furniture
Office furniture, except wood
Setup paperboard boxes
Book publishing or publishing and printing
Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.
Cyclic organic crudes and intermediates,
and organic dyes and pigments
Inorganic chemicals, n.e.c,
Lubricating oils and greases
Tires and inner tubes
Rubber and plastics hose and belting
Boot and shoe cut stock and findings
Glass containers
Fabricated structural metal
Steel springs, except wire
Wire springs
Cutting tools, machine tool accessories, and
machinists’ precision measuring devices
Paper industries machinery
Printing trades machinery and equipment
Measuring and dispensing pumps

Industry
3624
3641
3713
4813

Natural, processed, and imitation cheese
Canned fruits, vegetables, preserves, jams,
and jellies
Soybean oil mills
Lace and warp knit fabric mills
Men’s and boys’ neckwear
Women’s, m isses’, children’s, and infants’
underwear and nightwear
Brassieres, girdles, and allied garments
Sawmills and planing mills




Industry

7311
8721

Carbon and graphite products
Electric lamp bulbs and tubes
Truck and bus bodies
Telephone communications, except
radiotelephone
Advertising agencies
Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping services

For information on specific additions, deletions, and re­
codes of indexes that are effective this month, see tables 13
through 19.

4

New Producer Price Index
for the Telecommunications Industry

Rod Meaney
dential sector by inclusion of the full range of residence
customer options, such as Call Waiting® and call forward­
ing, and long distance calling plans.
The new indexes are not strictly comparable to the “se­
lected telephone services” indexes in table 9 and should not
be considered continuous price series. The old series cap­
tured only undiscounted list prices, while the new indexes
reflect net transaction prices that include the various dis­
count plans offered by companies.
Sampled telephone companies will provide prices in one
of two ways. The first involves the updating of prices for a
sample of actual telephone bills where the call characteris­
tics are held constant and prices are estimated in successive
months. The second involves obtaining the average price
per minute for all calls made each month for narrowly de­
fined product lines. Weights for the industry service lines
have been fixed for the index base period of June 1995.
BLS will continually update the sample of items within each
service line for any new calling plans that companies intro­
duce and make appropriate adjustments in the item weights.
In this way, BLS intends to maintain the representativeness
of the pricing sample over time.
The new PPI series for telephone services differs in many
ways from the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for telephone
services. The PPI measures prices for the entire output of an
industry, including business services and other miscellaneous
receipts. The CPI only measures those services offered to
household consumers. The PPI measures the average price
change for goods and services marketed across the entire
United States; the CPI measures price change only for items
purchased by urban consumers. And finally, the CPI includes
Federal and local excise, utility, and sales taxes while the
PPI excludes them.
July is the last month that the selected telephone services
indexes in table 9 will be available. Final indexes, incorpo­
rating late reports and corrections by respondents, for April,
May, June, and July of 1995 will be published in the Novvember 1995 issue of this report.
For further information, please contact Rod Meaney at
(202) 606-7694.

Effective in July, the selected telephone services price
indexes found in table 9 are being replaced by a more com­
prehensive industry net output index in table 5. The new
index, SIC 4813—telephone communications—incorporates
significant improvements in the coverage of services of­
fered and in the types of prices paid to producers. Publica­
tion of the new price index for the telecommunications in­
dustry is part of an ongoing program initiative to expand
Producer Price Index (PPI) coverage of the service sector of
the U.S. economy.
Some of the telephone communications service lines for
which price indexes will be available are:
Residence local service
Business local service
Coin local service
Residence switched toll service
Business switched access toll service, outbound
Business switched access toll service, inbound
Business special access switched toll service, out
bound
Business special access switched toll service, in
bound
Private line service
Directory advertising
Unlike the previous series, the new industry-based index
includes representation of all business services offered by
establishments in the telephone communications industry.
Examples of business services included in this index for the
first time are Centrex and PBX access lines along with the
full range of customer options, such as remote call forward­
ing and voice mail, plus nonrecurring charges such as in­
stallation fees and move charges. The indexes will also in­
clude a full representation of business long distance calling
plans, private line services, and directory advertising. The
new SIC 4813 index will also expand coverage in the resiRod Meaney is the industry analyst for telecommunications in the Divi­
sion of Industrial Prices and Price Indexes, Bureau of Labor Statistics.




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Table 1. Producer price indexes and percent changes by stage of processing
(1 9 8 2 = 1 0 0 )

Grouping

Relative
importance
Dec.
19941

Finished g o o d s ........................................................................... ....................
Finished consumer g o o d s .................................................................. ....
Finished consumer fo o d s ......................................................................
C r u d e ......................................................................................................
Processed ..............................................................................................
Finished consumer goods, excluding fo o d s ...................................
Nondurable goods less foods ..................................... ....................
Durable g o o d s ......................................................................................
Capital e quipm en t......................................................................................
Manufacturing in dustries............. .........................................................
Nonmanufacturing industries...............................................................

100.000

Intermediate materials, supplies and com ponents.............................
Materials and components for m anufacturing..................................
Materials for food m anufacturing.......................................................
Materials for nondurable manufacturing ..........................................
Materials for durable m anufacturing........................................... ......
Components for m anufacturing........... ...............................................
Materials and components for construction.......................................
Processed fuels and lubricants..............................................................
Manufacturing industries....................................................... ...............
Nonmanufacturing industries...............................................................
C ontain ers.....................................................................................................
Supplies.........................................................................................................
Manufacturing industries.............. ........................................................
Nonmanufacturing industries...............................................................
F e e d s ........................................................ ..............................................
Other supplies.......................................................................................

100.000

Crude materials for further processing...................................................
Foodstuffs and feed stu ffs.................................................................. .....
Nonfood m a te ria ls .....................................................................................
Nonfood materials except fuel3 ...........................................................
Manufacturing3 ......................................................................................
C onstruction..........................................................................................
Crude fuel4 ..................... ..........................................................................
Manufacturing industries ...................................................................
Nonmanufacturing industries ............................................................

100.000

76.521
22.785
1.749
21.036
53.736
35.843
17.893
23.479
6.074
17.404

49.659
3.210
15.705
11.851
18.893
14.139
12.570
5.160
7.411
3.609
20.023
7.508
12.515
1.182
11.334

40.088
59.912
41.842
36.339
5.504
18.069
3.891
14.178

Unadjusted
percent change to
Julyl 995 from :

Unadjusted index

Mar.
19952

June
19952

127.1
124.7
128.7
118.6
129.4
122.9
117.3
132.4
136.2
135.1
136.4

128.2
126.0
127.4

124.0
129.9
119.0
133.2
136.6
126.1
141.7
82.7

86.1
80.5
145.9
130.6
135.8
127.8
97.4
132.1

July
19952

128.6
125.2

128.3
126.0
128.5
109.9
129.9
124.8

120.8

120.2

132.3
136.6
135.8
136.8

132.1
136.7
135.9
136.9

125.9
131.0
117.2
137.4
136.1
126.3
142.0
87.9
90.9
85.9
150.6
131.8
137.3
128.9
98.3
133.2

126.0
131.5
119.3
137.8
136.4
126.5
142.6
86.5
89.6
84.4
150.8
132.5
137.8
129.6
99.7
133.8

103.4

101.9
104.7
96.2
104.9
96.5

110.8

102.3
103.2
97.8
107.9
99.4
204.7
71.0
71.5
71.8

109.8
101.3
206.6
74.0
74.1
74.8

102.2
100.2

July
1994

1.8
1.8
1.8
3.4
1.7
1.9
2.3
.9
1.9
1.9
1.9

6.1
8.1
2.7
16.7
9.0
1.7
4.6
.7
.7

.6
17.6
4.4
5.8
3.6
-6 .3
4.7
-.3

1.1
-1.1

1.8
1.9

201.2

2.1

71.9
72.4
72.7

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

June
1995

0.1
0
.9

-.8
1.0
-.3
- .5

Seasonally adjusted
percent change from:
Apr.
to
May

0
0
-.6
-5 .9

-.2
.2
.3

May
to
June
-0.1

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

-.1
-.3

-.2
.1
.1
.1

.1
.2
.1
.2

.2
.2
.2
.2

.1

.2
.2

.1
.2
.8

.4

1.8
.3

.2
.2
.4
-1 .6
-1 .4
-1 .7

.1
.5
.4
.5
1.4
.5
-1 .5
2.4
-4 .0
-4 .5
-4 .7
-2 .6
-2 .8
-2 .3
-2 .8

-.7

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

.6
1.4

.2
.2
.1
-1 .8

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

.7

-.2
0
-.1

-.5

1.2
-.6
-.8
-.1
.1
.1
.2
0
.3
1.7
.3
.3

.2
.6
-2 .4
-2.1
-2 .6

1.1

.1

.4
.4
.4
1.4
.4

.5
.4

.7
4.0
-1 .5
-1 .5
-1 .7

.1

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

1.2

0
-.1
1.2

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

1.5
1.5

June
to
July

.6
1.4
.5

-.8
4.1
-3 .8
-4 .5
-4 .6
-2 .6
-2 .4
-2.1
-2 .6

Special groupings
Finished goods, excluding fo o d s ............................................................
Intermediate materials less foods and fe e d s ............ .........................
Intermediate foods and fe e d s .................................................................
Crude materials less agricultural products3 7 ......................................

577.215
695.525
64.475
857.845

126.6
124.5

128.4
126.6

112.6

111.6

96.1

98.7

128.1
126.7
113.5
94.8

Finished energy g o o d s ......................................................................... .....
Finished goods less energ y......................................................................
Finished consumer goods less e n e rg y ............................................. ...

5 13.533
586.467
562.988

76.8
136.2
136.3

81.5
136.3
136.2

80.0
136.7
136.7

Finished goods less foods and e n e rg y .................................................
Finished consumer goods less foods and e n e rg y ............................
Consumer nondurable goods less foods and e n e rg y ......................

563.682
540.203
522.310

139.2
141.1
147.1

139.8
141.8
148.5

140.0
142.0
149.0

Intermediate energy g o o d s .......................................................................
Intermediate materials less energy .......................................................
Intermediate materials less foods and e n e rg y ...................................

6 12.712
687.288
682.813

82.6
133.1
134.4

87.7
134.3
135.7

86.3
134.8
136.1

Crude energy materials3 ............................................................................
Crude materials less e n e rg y .....................................................................
Crude nonfood materials less energy4 ..................................................

834.885
865.115
825.027

69.1
123.1
179.1

71.6
122.7
180.4

67.7
123.6
176.7

-.2
.1

.1
-2 .0

1.7
-4 .0

.2
.3
-1 .0

-1 .8
-1 .0

-1 .8
.3
.4

-.2
.1
0

2.1
2.2

.1
.1

.3
.4

3.3

.3

.6

.6
7.1
7.4

-1 .6
.4
.3

-10.1
5.6
13.6

-5 .4
.7
-2.1

.5

0
0
1.0

1.0

2.0
2.1

3 Includes crude petroleum.
4 Excludes crude petroleum.
5 Percent of total finished goods.
6 Percent of total intermediate materials.
7 Formerly titled “Crude materials for

1 Comprehensive relative importance figures are initially computed after
the publication of December indexes and are recalculated after final
December indexes are available. The first-published and final December
relative importances initially appear, respectively, in the release tables
containing January and May data.
2 The indexes for March 1995 have been recalculated to incorporate
late reports and corrections by respondents. All indexes are subject to
revision four months after original publication.




1.8
6.5

.1
0

-.3

0
1.5
-3 .8
-2 .5
.4

.6

.2
.2

.2
.2

.3

.4

.6
.1
.2

-1 .3

-2 .4
.4
.3

1.4
-2 .0
-.3

-2 .7

.2
.2
2.6
.6

-5 .4
1.7
-1 .8

further processing, excluding
crude foodstuffs and feedstuffs, plant and animal fibers, oilseeds, and leaf
tobacco.”
8 Percent of total crude materials.

6

Table 2. Producer price indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing
(1982=100 unless otherwise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to July 1995
from:

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Commodity
code
Mar.

1995*

June
19951

July
19951

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from:

July
1994

June
1995

Apr.
to
May

May
to
June

June
to
July

1.8

0
.1

0

-0.1

0

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

127.1

128.2

128.3

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

124.7

126.0

126.0

1.8

0

0

-.2

-1
.

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

128.7

127.4

128.5

1.8

.
9

-.6

-.3

1.2

Fresh f u t and melons2 .........................................
ris
Fresh and dry vegetables2 .......................................
Eggs for fresh use (Dec. 1991-100)2 ...............................

01-11
01-13
01-71-07

75.5
156.9
80.7

83.6
132.5
75.0

86.8
129.6
80.6

2.7
7.7
9.4

3.8
-2.2
7.5

29.8
-14.1
-13.0

-13.5
-16.6
3.7

3.8
-2.2
7.5

Bakery products2 ......................................... .....
Milled ric 2...................................................
e
Pasta products (June 1985-100)2 ...................... . ........
...
Beef and veal.................................................
Pork.. .......................................................
Processed young chickens.......................................
Processed turkeys...................... .......................
Finfish and shellfish............................................
Dairy products.................................................
Processed f u t and vegetables...................................
ris
Confectionery end products2 ......................................
Soft drinks...... .............................................
Roasted coffee.......................................... ......
Shortening and cooking o l 2 ......................................
is

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

162.5
99.1
127.4
107.3
97.7
108.2
100.6
174.6
118.3
121.3
158.7
133.8
148.7
145.0

163.4
114.3
122.2
99.7
97.7
109.2
101.1
164.0
117.1
122.0
160.2
132.9
148.8
136.6

163.7
115.4
122.2
100.7
105.2
113.6
102.6
168.7
118.1
122.6
161.0
133.3
147.2
143.5

2
.1
8.3
-7.6
4.1
2.5
-2.1
-6.1
6.0
.
9
.
6
1.9
5.2
-3.9
8.3

.
2
1.0
0
1.0
7.7
4.0
1.5
2.9
.
9
.
5
.
5
.
3
-1.1
5
.1

.
4
3.0
3.7
-1.1
-1.1
-3.3
1.2
-5.8
-1.0
.
7
-.2
.
2
-2.1
-2.2

.
1
12.3
-5.5
3.8
1.9
2.7
.
6
-.2
-.5
.
3
.
4
0
.
3
-1.7

.
2
1.0
0
3.2
7.4
4.3
1.5
6.0
.
3
.
4
.
5
.
8
-1.8
5.1

122.9

125.2

124.8

1.9

-.3

.
2

-1
.

-.6

Finished consumer goods excluding foods..........................................................

Alcoholic beverages............................................

02-61

127.5

128.7

128.8

3.7

.1

1.0

.
5

0

Women’ apparel2 ............ .................................
s
Men’ and boys’apparel.........................................
s
Girls’ children’, and infants’apparel2 ...............................
,
s
Textile housefumishings2.........................................

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

120.2
129.9
120.9
119.1

119.3
130.0
121.6
119.3

119.6
130.3
121.8
119.6

-.3
1.3
.
7
2.2

.
3
.
2
.
2
.
3

-.2
-1
.
.
8
-.5

-.4
.
1
.
4
0

.
3
.3
.
2
.
3

Footwear....................................................

04-3

138.7

138.8

138.9

2.7

.
1

.
4

.
1

-1
.

Residential elect c power (Dec. 1990— 100)..........................
ri
Residential gas (Dec. 1990-100)..................................
Gasoline....................................................
Fuel o l No. 2 .......... .......................................
i

05-41
05-51
05-71
05-73-02-01

109.6
105.5
61.6
54.0

114.7
103.9
72.0
55.6

115.5
103.7
66.5
54.3

.
7
-.2
-7.6
-2.3

-.8
-2.1
2.0
9.3

.
3
-.4
-3.1
-5.8

.
2
.
5
-10.1
-2.2

Pharmaceutical preps, ethical (Prescription)...........................
Pharmaceutical preps,proprietary (Over-counter)........................
Soaps and synthetic detergents2
................................
Cosmetics and other t i e preparations2.............................
olt

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

253.3
186.2
123.0
129.7

255.3
186.8
122.1
130.1

256.3
186.8
123.4
130.1

.
4
0
11
.
0

-.2
-.3
0
.
6

.
4
.
2
.
1
-.2

.6
-1
.
11
.
0

Tires, tubes, tread, etc2 .........................................

07-12

99.8

101.0

101.5

2.6

.
5

-.6

1.6

.
5

Sanitary papers and health products2 ...............................
Newspaper circulation..........................................
Periodical circulation............................................
Book publishing2 ...............................................

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

138.1
179.6
174.9
181.0

144.6
182.5
175.6
181.6

146.0
185.0
175.8
185.6

10.3
5.0
2.2
6.7

1.0
1.4
.
1
2.2

2.0
1.5
.6
.
3

2.0
.
7
.
4
.
3

1.0
1.6
.
2
2.2

Household furniture............................................
Floor coverings2...............................................
Household appliances2 ..........................................
Home electronic equipment2......................................
Household glassware2 ..........................................
Household flatware2 ............................................
Lawn and garden equip., ex. tractors2 .............................. ..
.

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

140.7
122.7
112.1
79.5
153.4
138.5
130.0

141.9
122.5
112.7
79.8
153.6
139.1
130.0

142.1
122.7
112.4
79.6
154.0
138.1
130.2

2.9
.
7
-.4
-.5
2.7
1.8
1-4

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

.
5
1.4
.
5
0
.
1
-1
.
-1
.

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

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

Passenger cars...............................................

14-11-01

134.5

133.2

132.2

-1.4

-.8

-.3

.
4

-.7

Toys, games, and children’ vehicles.............................. ..
s
..
Sporting and athletic goods2 ......................................
Tobacco products2 .............................................
Mobile homes2 ................... ............................
Jewelry, platinum, & karat gold2....................................
Costume jewelry and novelties2 ....................................

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

124.0
121.4
228.1
144.7
127.6
135.4

124.8
122.1
233.7
145.8
127.5
135.4

124.7
122.5
233.4
145.8
128.1
135.2

1.7
2.0
3.9
6.3
.
6
.
6

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

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

.
4
.
2
0
.
6
.
1
0

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

136.2

136.6

136.7

1.9

.
1

140.7
136.1
146.4
144.7
133.1
138.6
124.6
53.7
146.1
149.1
133.2
127.3

140.4
136.6
147.4
145.1
133.5
139.1
125.2
52.7
146.5
154.5
134.1
129.3

142.5
136.8
148.3
145.9
133.5
138.9
125.5
52.7
146.5
149.5
134.3
129.4

4.2
2.4
3.6
2.6
1.4
2.7
2.5
-9.1
1.2
1.3
2.5
3.3

1.5
.
1
.
6
.
6
0
-1
.
.
2
0
0 .
-3.2
.
1
.
1

Capital equipm ent.......................................................................................................

Agricultural machinery and equipment2 ..............................
Construction machinery and equipment..............................
Metal cutting machine tools2 ......................................
Metal forming machine tools2 ............... ................ ......
Tools, dies, j g , f t r s and i d molds2 ............................
i s ix u e ,
n.
Pumps, compressors, and equipment............................ ..
.
I ustrial material handling equipment2 ..............................
nd
Electronic computers (Dec. 1990— 100)2 .............................
Textile machinery2 ..............................................
Paper industries machinery (June 1982— 100)2 ...... ...................
Printing trades machinery2 .......................................
Transformers and power regulators2 ................................

11-1
11-2
11-37
11-38
11-39
11-41
11-44
11-51
11-62
11-64
11-65
11-74

See footnotes at end of table.




7

1.9
-3.7
0
-4.1 '
2.8
1.5
1.6
2.4

.
2

.
2

.
1

-.2
.
3
.
8
.
2
.
2
.
4
.
1
-2.4
.
1
.
1
.
2
.
2

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

1.5
-1
.
.6
.6
0
-.
1
.
2
0
0
-3.2
.
1
.
1

-.6

0
3.2
.
1
i.a

Table 2. Producer price indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing—Continued
(1982=100 unless otherwise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to July 1995
from:

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Commodity
code
Mar.
19951

June
19951

July
19951

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from:

July
1994

June
1995

Apr.
to
May

May
to
June

June
to
July

Capital equipment—Continued

Communication & related equip. (Dec. 1985-100)2.....................
X-ray and eiectromedical equipment2............. ...................
Oil f e d and gas f e d machinery2 ........ ..........................
il
il
Mining machinery and equipment2 .................. ...............
Office and store machines and equipment2 ............. .............

11-76
11-79-05
11-91
11-92
11-93

112.1
111.9
113.2
134.7
111.2

111.9
111.4
113.7
135.1
112.0

112.2
111.8
114.7
135.3
112.0

1.0
-.4
3.7
3.7
1.0

0.3
.
4
.
9
.
1
0

-0.1
-1
.
0
-.1
.
4

-0.1
-.5
.
4
.
1
.
3

0.3
.4
.
9
.
1
0

Commercial furniture2 ....... ....................................

12-2

146.6

148.0

148.0

1-6

0

.
1

.
2

0

Light motor trucks.............................................
Heavy motor trucks.............................................
Truck trailers.................... ...................... .......
................
C il n a c a t (Dec. 1985— 100)..................^
iv ia ir r f
Ships (Dec. 1985-100).........................................
Railroad equipment2.... ............... .........................

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

159.1
142.9
131.3
139.8
133.1
133.2

159.0
145.9
132.1
140.6'
133.1
135.0

158.1
146.2
132.1
142.4
133.1
135.6

.
5
5.0
9.6
5.2
1.4
5.0

-.6
.
2
0
1.3
0
.4

0
11
.
.
4
.
9
.
2
.
3

.
1
1.2
.
5
.
4
.
3
.
4

-.3
.
3
.
1
1.5
.
2
.
4

Intermediate materials, supplies, and com ponents............ ........................ ...............

124.0

125.9

126.0

6.1

.
1

.
2

.
1

0

Intermediate foods and fe e d s ...................................................... .............................

112.6

111.6

113.5

.1

1.7

-1.0

1.0

1.5

109.9
120.6
109.2
139.8
103.9

120.5
118.7
109.2
127.8
104.8

127.3
118.6
109.1
125.1
106.0

23.7
.
3
-8.0
11
.
-5.4

5.6
—¿
1
-1
.
-2.1
1.
1

3.5
.
3
.
3
—3.0
-1.4

4.5
-1
.
-.4
1.4
1.0

5.6
-1
.
—3.6
-2.1
1.
1

Flour2.......................................................
Refined sugar2 ................ .
...............................
Confectionery materials..........................................
Crude vegetable o l 2........... ................ ........ .........
is
Prepared animal feeds2 . .......................................
.

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

124.5

126.6

126.7

6.5

.
1

.
3

0

0

Synthetic f
ibers2.......................... .....................
Processed yams and threads2 .....................................
Gray fabrics2 ............................... .................
Finished fabrics...............................................
I
ndustrial t x i e products2 ..... ....... ............................
etl

03-1
03-2
03-3
03-4
03-83-03

106.4
112.0
120.7
121.0
118.1

108.6
112.5
122.1
121.6
118.8

109.6
112.4
121.4
122.1
118.6

4.8
3.0
4.4
2.5
1.5

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

-1
.
-.2
.5
.
4
0

-.4
.
3
.
4
.
1
.
4

.
9
-1
.
-.6
.
5
-.2

Leather2 .... ....................................... .........

04-2

195.2

195.3

193.9

7.3

-.7

.
6

-2.3

-.7

Liquefied petroleum gas............................ .............
Commercial electric power... :
...................................
Ind
ustrial electric power..................... ....................
Commercial natural gas (Dec. 1990— 100)2 ..... ......................
I
ndustrial natural gas (Dec. 1990— 100)2 .......................... -..
Natural gas to electric u i i i s (Dec. 1990-100)2.....................u.
tlte
..
Jet fuels........... .........................................
No. 2 Diesel fuel............. .................................
Residual fuel.............. ..................... ..............

05-32
05-42
05-43
05-52
05-53
05-54
05-72-03
05-73-03
05-74

65.5
127.7
128.3
99.9
93.6
93.8
52.2
55.0
54.8

65.8
138.9
135.5
94.5
89.5
82.7
54.3
58.9
61.2

64.5
139.6
136.6
93.8
88.2
82.4
53.8
54.2
56.8

10.4
2.8
1.6
-6.6
-9.3
-1.8
-1.3
-3.9
10.7

-2.0
.
5
.
8
-.7
-1.5
-.4
-.9
-8.0
-7.2

.
3
.
6
1.3
-4.0
-2.7
-9.1
2.9
6.1
.
7

-.3
-.8
-2.0
.
4
.
3
-.4
-1.9
-1.4
6.6

-3.8
-.4
.
3
-.7
-1.5
-.4
-2.1
-7.3
-6.8

I
ndustrial chemicals2 ............................................
Prepared paint........................ ....... .................
Paint materials2.......... .
....................................
Medicinal and botanical chemicals2.................................
Fats and o l , inedible2 ..........................................
is
Mixed f ti i e s
er l z r ................................................
Nitrogenates..................................................
Phosphates2 ................. .................................
Other agricultural chemicals......................................
Plastic resins and materials2................... .............. .....
•
.

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

128.5
140.6
135.8
128.2
124.1
111.3
135.8
109.1
144.0
146.1

131.4
142.2
141.1
128.4
121.5
112.9
135.0
107.3
143.7
149.8

132.2
142.9
141.4
128.4
125.9
112.0
127.5
104.6
144.2
147.9

17.1
5.6
7.2
2.3
18.1
4.7
13.2
7.6
2.7
23.7

.6
.5
.2
0
3.6
-.8
-5.6
-2.5
.
3
-1.3

.
9
.
3
1.8
0
-2.6
.
2
.
1
-1.0
-.7
.
5

-.5
.
4
.
8
0
2
.1
.
4
.
4
-2.8
.6
-.7

.
6
.
4
.
2
0
3.6
-.2
-4.4
-2.5
.
7
-1.3

Synthetic rubber2 ...............................................
Plastic construction products2 .....................................
Unsupported p
lastic f l , sheet, & other shapes2 .......................
im
Plastic parts and components for manufacturing2 .......................

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

124.7
132.9
135.2
114.6

127.1
135.5
137.1
115.6

127.8
135.8
136.5
115.7

17.8
11.4
12.7
2.2

.
6
.
2
-.4
.
1

.
2
1.4
0
.
2

.
3
-1
.
1.5
-.2

.
6
.
2
-.4
.
1

Softwood lumber................ ...............................
Hardwood lumber2.............................................
Millwork ................................... ...................
Plywood2 .....................................................

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

185.4
170.0
163.8
164.5

173.5
167.2
163.5
159.6

178.5
166.2
163.8
166.5

-7.3
-1.5
1.4
8.3

2.9
-.6
.
2
4.3

-.6
-.6
.
2
1.0

-.8
-.5
.
5
-3.5

6.8
-.6
.
6
4.3

Woodpulp2 ....................................................
Paper2 ......................................................
,
Paperboard2 ..................................................
Paper boxes and containers2 .....................................
Building paper and board2 ........................................
Commercial printing (June 1982— 100)2 ..............................

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

168.4
150.6
172.3
157.3
147.3
142.4

189.9
160.8
188.4
166.0
141.5
144.0

194.4
164.4
188.9
166.6
142.8
145.5

71.3
33.1
37.1
24.1
-.3
6.7

2.4
2.2
.
3
.
4
.
9
1.0

-.7
1.0
2.5
2.4
-.7
.
4

15.8
2.4
1.6
2.0
-3.0
.
2

2.4
2.2
.
3
.
4
.
9
1.0

Foundry and forge shop products.................. .. .............
.
Steel m l products2 ............ ....................... .........
il
Primary nonferrous metals2 ...................... .................
Aluminum m l shapes2 ...................... .
il
...................
Copper and brass m l shapes2 ................. ..... ....... ........
il
Nonferrous wire and cable2 . ....................................
.
Metal containers2..... ....................... ........... .......
Hardware..... .......... ....... .
.............................
Plumbing fixtures and brass fittings.............................. ...
Heating equipment.......................... ...................

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

128.4
121.0
151.9
165.1
198.2
150.8
117.8
140.4
165.7
147.0

128.9
121.7
145.0
162.4
195.7
152.0
118.3
141.3
166.6
147.7

129.0
121.6
146.9
160.0
198.2
153.0
118.0
141.5
166.6
147.8

4.1
7.2
25.2
25.3
15.6
9.6
10.4
2.8
4.3
3.6

.
1
.1
1.3
-1.5
1.3
.
7
-.3
.
1
0
.
1

.
3
.
4
-2.7
.
4
-4.9
-.9
0
.
1

.
4
.
3
-.5
-2.3
3.7
.
7
.
2
.
4
.
2
.
6

Intermediate materials less foods and fe e d s ..........................................................

See footnotes at end of table.




8

0

.
1
-.1

1.3
-1.5
1.3
.
7
-.3
.
2
.
5
-1
.

Table 2. Producer price indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing—Continued
(1982= 100 unless otherwise indicated)
Unadjusted percent
change to July 1995
from:

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Commodity
code
Mar.
19951

June
19951

July
19951

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from:

July
1994

June
1995

Apr.
to
May

May
to
June

June
to
July

Intermediate materials less foods and feeds— Continued
Fabricated structural metal p ro d u c ts ................................................................................
Fabricated ferrous wire products (June 1982—100)2 ....................................................
Other misc. metal products2 ..............................................................................................

10-7
10-88
10-89

133.6
125.4
124.6

135.1
126.0
125.0

135.7
125.9
125.3

6.5
2.9
2.1

0.4
-.1
.2

-0.1
.2
.2

0.4
.4
0

0.4
-.1
.2

Mechanical power transmission equ ipm ent....................................................................
Air conditioning and refrigeration equ ipm ent..................................................................
Metal valves, ex.fluid power (Dec. 1982—10 0 )..............................................................
Ball and roller bearings2 ......................................................................................................
Wiring d e vice s.......................................................................................................................
Motors, generators, motor generator s e t s ......................................................................
Switchgear, switchboard, etc., equipm ent.......................................................................
Electronic components and accessories2 .......................................................................
Internal combustion e n g in e s..............................................................................................
Machine shop products2 ......................................................................................................

11-45
11-48
11-49-02
11-49-05
11-71
11-73
11-75
11-78
11-94
11-95

145.2
129.8
143.3
150.5
146.0
142.8
140.3
114.3
135.0
130.8

146.7
129.9
144.6
150.7
145.8
143.5
139.7
113.4
135.1
131.5

147.6
130.1
146.0
152.0
147.0
144.0
140.3
112.7
134.9
131.7

5.2
2.4
3.8
4.4
3.9
2.6
2.9
-4.0
1.7
1.5

.6
.2
1.0
.9
.8
.3
.4
-.6
-.1
.2

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

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

1.0
.3
.9
.9
1.0
.3
.6
-.6
-.4
.2

Flat glass2 ..............................................................................................................................
C e m e n t...................................................................................................................................
Concrete pro d u cts....... ........................................................................................................
Asphalt felts and coatin gs..................................................................................................
Gypsum products2 ................................................................................................................
Glass containers2 .................................................................................................................

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

114.4
124.0
128.5
97.7
157.6
130.1

112.3
129.4
129.4
100.0
157.9
130.7

112.8
129.6
129.6
100.2
154.9
131.0

1.3
7.6
3.9
5.3
10.8
2.4

.4
.2
.2
.2
-1.9
.2

.2
-.2
.3
.3
-2.1
.3

-2.9
.5
.2
-.3
-1.2
-.3

.4
.6
.2
0
-1.9
.2

Motor vehicle p a r ts ..... ........................................................................................................
Aircraft engines & engine parts (Dec. 1 9 8 5 = 1 0 0 )........................................................
Aircraft parts & aux.equip.,nec (June 1985—100)2 ......... .............................................

14-12
14-23
14-25

115.9
131.7
136.2

115.8
132.0
136.3

115.8
133.5
135.8

1.1
2.4
1.1

0
1.1
-.4

.3
0
-.1

.2
.6
-.7

-.2
1.4
-.4

Photographic supplies2 ........................................................................................................
Medical/surgical/personal aid de vice s.............................................................................

15-42
15-6

125.1
140.9

126.3
141.2

130.3
141.4

4.9
.5

3.2
.1

-.4
0

.6
.7

3.2
.4

102.3

103.4

101.9

-.3

-1.5

-.8

.7

-.8

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

103.2

102.2

104.7

1.1

2.4

-3.0

4.0

4.1

W h e a t......................................................................................................................................
C o rn .........................................................................................................................................
Slaughter c a ttle .....................................................................................................................
Slaughter h o g s ......................................................................................................................
Slaughter bro ile rs/frye rs.....................................................................................................
Slaughter tu rke ys................................................................. ................................................
Fluid m ilk ...............................................................................................................................
S o ybeans.......... ....................................................................................................................

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

101.1
96.6
106.5
64.8
117.0
105.2
92.8
96.5

114.7
108.5
96.8
69.7
125.9
111.6
90.5
98.0

124.6
112.9
94.2
78.3
136.6
115.4
90.1
103.9

34.0
20.5
-7.4
11.9
-.1
-3.3
-.9
-1.8

8.6
4.1
-2.7
12.3
8.5
3.4
-.4
6.0

6.3
1.6
-5.0
-4.0
-8.6
-5.0
-1.8
-6.3

8.5
5.4
5.1
13.4
19.8
3.1
-.5
.2

15.5
10.9
-.3
15.2
1.9
2.1
-1.4
10.4

Cane sugar,raw2 ...................................................................................................................

02-52-01-01

117.3

120.2

125.1

5.9

4.1

.2

1.2

4.1

97.8

100.2

96.2

-1.1

-4.0

.7

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

-1.5

-3.8

Raw c o tto n ........................................ ..................................................................................
Leaf to b a c c o ........................................................... ..............................................................

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

181.4
100.2

179.9
-

164.4
-

43.2
(3)

-8.6
(3)

-8.4
(3)

9.8
(3)

-5.7
(3)

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

04-11

232.0

216.6

217.6

7.6

.5

5.9

-5.6

.4

Coal2 .......................................................................................................................................
Natural gas (to pipelines)2 ..................................................................................................
Crude petroleum2 .................................................................................................................

05-1
05-31
05-61

96.9
65.3
50.6

94.3
68.9
53.5

94.5
66.2
48.5

-1.2
-10.4
-13.7

.2
-3.9
-9.3

-2.3
3.2
2.4

-1.2
-3.0
-4.6

.2
-3.9
-9.3

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

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

08-5

225.9

230.0

220.2

2.2

-4.3

0

.3

-4.3

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

09-12

465.0

507.7

451.7

60.1

-11.0

6.9

-5.4

-11.0

Iron ore2 ..................................................................................................................................
Iron and steel scrap2 .................................................................................... ......................
Nonferrous metal ores (Dec. 1983—100)2 .....................................................................
Copper base scrap2 .............................................................................................................
Aluminum base s c ra p ................................. ............................. ..........................................

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

93.5
201.3
100.1
182.0
220.1

84.5
200.8
102.4
195.3
207.7

93.5
200.9
104.5
201.4
207.2

13.2
13.8
22.1
23.4
17.1

10.7
0
2.1
3.1
-.2

0
-.2
-4.8
-3.0
-.2

0
.7
-.4
6.2
-1.2

10.7
0
2.1
3.1
-2.6

Construction sand, gravel, and crushed s to n e ...............................................................

13-21

141.2

142.2

142.5

3.2

.2

.6

.3

.3

i The indexes for March 1995 have been recalculated to incorporate late reports
and corrections by respondents. All indexes are subject to revision 4 months after original publication.




2 Not seasonally adjusted,
3 Not available,

9

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

1991:
Ja n u a ry ...............................
February..............................
M a rc h ..................................
A p r il.....................................
M a y ......................................
June ....................................
J u ly ......................................
A u g u s t.................................
S e ptem ber..........................
O c to b e r...............................
N o vem b er...........................
D e cem b er...........................
1992:
J a n u a ry ...............................
February..............................
M a rc h ..................................
A p ril.....................................
M a y ......................................
June ....................................
J u ly ......................................
A u g u s t.................................
S eptem ber..........................
O c to b e r...... !.......................
N o vem b er...........................
D e cem b er...........................
1993:
J a n u a ry ...............................
February..............................
M a rc h ..................................
A p r il.....................................
M a y ............................ ..........
June ....................................
J u ly ......................................
A u g u s t.................................
S e ptem ber..........................
O c to b e r.......................... .....
N o vem b er...........................
D e cem b er...........................
1994:
J a n u a ry ...............................
February..............................
M a rc h ..................................
A p r il.....................................
M a y ......................................
June ....................................
J u ly ......................................
A u g u s t.................................
S eptem ber..........................
O c to b e r...............................
N o vem b er...........................
D e cem b er...........................
1995:
J a n u a ry ...............................
February..............................
M a rc h ..................................
A p r il.....................................
M a y ......................................
June .....................................
J u ly ......................................

Finished
goods

Finished
consumer
foods

Finished
consumer
goods
excluding
foods

122.7
121.9
121.4
121.4
121.7
121.4
121.1
121.3
121.5
121.9
122.3
122.1

125.1
124.9
125.2
125.3
125.3
124.7
124.2
123.0
122.7
123.0
123.4
122.7

120.5
119.0
118.0
117.9
118.2
117.9
117.5
118.4
118.7
119.1
119.7
119.5

125.7
125.9
126.0
126.0
126.4
126.6
126.7
126.8
127.1
127.6
127.8
128.0

116.8
115.9
114.7
114.3
114.1
114.0
113.6
113.8
114.0
113.9
114.0
113.9

110.7
111.7
112.1
112.0
110.4
110.4
108.8
110.8
110.9
112.0
111.8
111.6

117.1
116.2
114.9
114.4
114.3
114.2
113.8
113.9
114.1
114.0
114.1
114.1

112.3
103.9
100.5
100.6
100.8
99.5
99.6
99.8
98.5
101.1
100.5
97.4

108.4
107.7
108.2
107.7
105.5
105.6
104.6
102.8
104.1
104.6
104.0
102.8

109.5
. 97.4
92.1
92.6
94.0
92.1
92.7
93.9
91.4
94.9
94.4
90.4

122.1
122.4
122.6
122.7
123.1
123.4
123.2
123.3
123.6
124.0
124.0
124.0

122.9
123.7
123.2
122.6
122.5
122.7
122.7
123.2
123.4
123.9
123.8
124.7

119.3
119.6
119.8
120.2
121.0
121.4
121.1
120.9
121.3
121.7
121.7
121.3

128.3
128.4
128.6
128.9
129.0
129.0
129.1
129.4
129.4
129.7
129.9
130.1

113.6
113.9
114.0
114.2
114.6
115.1
115.0
115.0
115.2
115.1
115.0
115.1

111.1
111.6
111.2
110.7
111.3
112.0
110.3
109.7
110.4
109.9
110.0
111.0

113.7
114.1
114.1
114.4
114.8
115.3
115.3
115.3
115.4
115.4
115.3
115.3

96.4
98.6
97.0
98.3
100.0
101.7
101.9
101.3
103.0
103.3
102.7
100.8

104.4
106.2
105.2
103.8
105.5
105.8
105.0
104.2
104.4
106.2
105.2
105.8

87.6
89.9
88.0
91.0
92.6
95.2
96.1
95.4
98.1
97.4
97.2
93.7

124.6
124.9
125.1
125.7
125.7
125.1
124.9
123.9
124.1
124.1
124.4
124.3

124.7
124.8
124.7
126.2
126.3
125.1
124.9
125.2
125.6
125.5
127.1
127.7

122.2
122.6
122.9
123.4
123.2
122.7
122.2
120.3
120.3
120.5
120.2
119.8

130.5
130.8
130.9
131.1
131.1
131.1
131.5
131.7
131.8
131.7
132.2
132.4

115.6
116.1
116.4
116.7
116.4
116.3
116.1
116.1
116.2
116.3
116.5
116.3

111.3
110.6
110.2
111.3
111.5
110.9
113.2
113.7
113.0
114.0
115.2
117.1

115.9
116.4
116.7
117.0
116.6
116.6
116.3
116.3
116.4
116.5
116.6
116.3

100.7
101.3
101.5
103.3
105.4
104.1
102.0
101.4
101.5
104.3
103.3
101.0

106.2
105.7
106.1
108.5
109.3
105.8
107.6
108.9
109.1
108.6
113.0
113.2

93.4
94.6
94.7
96.1
98.8
99.0
94.4
92.7
92.7
97.5
93.2
89.4

124.9
125.2
125.2
125.2
125.1
125.2
125.5
126.2
125.8
125.3
126.1
126.5

127.4
127.0
127.4
126.8
126.1
125.6
126.1
126.4
126.2
126.1
127.3
129.0

120.6
121.3
121.1
121.2
121.2
121.4
121.7
122.7
122.0
121.4
122.2
122.2

132.9
133.1
133.3
133.7
134.1
134.3
134.4
134.7
135.0
134.3
134.5
134.9

116.7
117.1
117.2
117.2
117.4
117.8
118.2
119.0
119.5
119.9
120.9
121.4

117.3
118.1
117.7
117.2
116.3
115.3
112.6
112.9
113.5
112.5
112.5
111.9

116.6
117.0
117.2
117.2
117.4
118.0
118.5
119.3
119.8
120.3
121.4
121.9

102.3
101.7
102.9
103.5
101.9
103.0
102.6
102.6
100.1
99.5
100.1
100.6

112.3
112.6
111.8
111.2
106.9
106.4
103.9
102.8
102.6
101.5
102.4
102.3

91.9
90.9
93.3
94.6
94.7
96.8
97.8
98.5
94.7
94.4
94.7
95.6

127.1
127.3
127.5
127.9
127.9
127.8
127.8

128.3
128.7
128.6
128.2
127.4
127.0
128.5

123.2
123.4
123.6
124.4
124.7
124.6
123.9

135.5
135.7
135.9
136.1
136.4
136.7
136.9

123.0
123.9
124.4
125.1
125.4
125.5
125.5

112.3
112.2
112.6
111.5
110.4
111.5
113.2

123.5
124.5
125.0
125.8
126.2
126.2
126.2

100.9
102.5
101.2
103.3
102.5
103.2
102.4

102.3
103.6
101.1
100.1
97.1
101.0
105.1

96.0
97.8
97.4
101.3
102.0
100.5
96.7

*

Capital
equipment

Intermediate
materials

Intermediate
foods
and
feeds

Intermediate
materials
excluding
foods

Crude
materials

Crude
foodstuffs
and
feedstuffs

Crude
nonfood
materials

* The Indexes for March 1995 have been recalculated to Incorporate late reports and cor-

1 All seasonally adjusted indexes are subject to change up to 5 years after original
publication due to the recalculation of seasonal factors each January.




rections by respondents.

10

Table 4. Producer price indexes for the net output of major industry groups
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry
code

Industry1

Index
base
Mar.
19952

July
19952

12/84

Tota l m ining in d u strie s .............................................................................................................................

June
19952

70.7

72.6

July 1994

June 1995

70.0

-5.8

-3.6

Metal m in in g ..................................................................................................................................................

10

12/84

103.7

99.4

103.4

21.8

4.0

Coal mining .................................................... ...............................................................................................

12

12/85

93.7

91.0

91.0

-1.2

0

Oil and gas extra ctio n ...................................................................................................................... ...........

13

12/85

65.7

69.1

65.2

-9.9

-5.6

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

14

12/84

123.6

123.3

123.7

2.7

.3

12/84

123.4

124.5

124.4

2.9

-.1

12/84

121.1

120.4

121.4

1.4

.8

T ota l m anufactu ring in d u s trie s ..............................................................................................................
Food and kindred p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................................................

20

Tobacco m anufactures................................................................................................................................

21

12/84

190.6

195.3

195.1

3.9

-.1

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

22

12/84

115.7

116.5

116.7

2.7

.2

Apparel and other finished products made from fabrics and similar m a te ria ls ...............................

23

12/84

120.6

120.4

120.5

.6

.1

Lumber and wood products, except furn itu re .........................................................................................

24

12/84

155.5

153.1

154.1

.9

.7

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

25

12/84

132.1

133.4

133.4

2.5

0

Paper and allied p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................................................

26

12/84

141.4

148.2

149.6

22.5

.9

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

27

12/84

156.4

157.9

159.4

6.7

.9

Chemicals and allied p roducts...................................................................................................................

28

12/84

141.4

144.2

144.7

12.0

.3

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

29

12/84

75.3

83.1

78.6

.8

-5.4

Rubber and miscellaneous plastic p ro d u c ts ...................................................................... ....................

30

12/84

122.5

124.1

124.2

6.4

.1

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

31

12/84

133.8

134.2

134.2

3.0

0

Stone, clay, glass, and concrete products..............................................................................................

32

12/84

123.8

124.5

124.5

3.7

0

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

33

12/84

129.1

128.9

128.7

10.0

-.2

Fabricated metal products, except machinery and transportation equ ip m e n t.......................... .......

34

12/84

124.1

124.9

125.1

4.0

.2

Machinery, except e lectrica l.......................................................................................................................

35

12/84

118.7

119.3

119.3

1.4

0

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

36

12/84

113.1

113.2

113.2

.4

0

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

37

12/84

132.0

131.9

131.7

1.2

-.2

Measuring and controlling instruments; photographic, medical, optical goods; watches, c lo c k s ..

38

12/84

123.4

124.1

124.6

1.9

.4

Miscellaneous manufacturing in dustries..................................................................................................

39

12/85

125.4

125.8

126.1

2.1

.2

42

06/93

104.4

104.4

104.7

2.5

.3

S ervices in d u strie s ....................................................................................................................................
Motor freight transportation and warehousing........................................................................................
United States Postal S e rv ic e ............................................................................................. .......................

43

06/89

132.1

132.1

132.3

10.4

.2

Water transportation ...................................................................................................................................

44

12/92

102.6

102.6

103.5

4.0

.9

Transportation by a i r ....................................................................................................................................

45

12/92

110.1

114.2

115.6

6.1

1.2

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

46

12/86

110.9

110.7

110.7

8.2

0

2

1 Indexes in this table are derived from the net-output-weighted industry price indexes
shown in table 5. Because of differences in coverage and aggregation methodolgy, they
will generally not match the movements of sim ilarly-titled Indexes which are derived from
traditional commodity groupings shown in table 6.




The indexes for March 1995 have been recalculated to incorporate late reports and
corrections by respondents. All indexes are subject to revision 4 months after original
publication. Data are not seasonally adjusted.
Not available.

3

11

Mar.
19952

June
19952

C C
O _________
C C
D
C
N)'<

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

12/84

70.7

72.6

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

T otal m ining in d u s trie s ................................................................................................

Index
base

Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —
July 1994

June 1995

70.0

-5.8

-3.6

Metal m in in g .....................................................................................................................

10

12/84

103.7

99.4

103.4

21.8

4.0

Iron ores ........................................................................ ...................................................

101

12/84

92.8

83.8

92.7

13.0

10.6

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

1011
1011-P
1011-2
1011-21
1011-211
1011-3
1011-32
1011-322

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

92.8
95.0
92.5
89.7
117.2
94.4
121.4
121.4

83.8
85.4
82.8
80.3
102.7
94.4
121.4
121.4

92.7
94.9
92.5
89.7
117.2
94.4
121.4
121.4

13.0
13.7
14.3
14.3
17.0
0
0
0

10.6
11.1
11.7
11.7
14.1
0
0
0

1021-P
1021-3
1021-302

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

102

06/88

166.2

152.4

160.5

38.8

5.3

Copper o r e s .....................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Copper concentrates, copper precipitates, and crude copper o re s ..........
Copper conce ntrates........................... ............................................................

1021

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

166.2
153.9
153.9
155.2

152.4
148.7
148.7
152.7

160.5
158.3
158.3
160.0

38.8
34.6
34.6
34.5

5.3
6.5
6.5
4.8

Lead and zinc o r e s .........................................................................................................

103

12/85

100.1

99.2

99.3

9.6

.1

Lead and zinc o r e s .........................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Lead and zinc concentrates ..............................................................................
Lead conce ntrates............................................................................................
Zinc con ce n tra te s......... ...................................................................................

1031

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

100.1
100.1
100.1
114.2
104.4

99.2
99.2
99.2
119.4
100.7

99.3
99.3
99.3
117.8
101.6

9.6
9.6
9.6
17.0
6.3

.1
.1
.1
-1.3
■9

Gold and silver ores .......................................................................................................

104

12/84

75.5

78.1

77.7

-•6

-.5

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

1041

06/85
06/85
06/85

114.5
114.5
118.1

116.5
116.5
120.2

116.5
116.5
120.2

-.3
-.3
.3

0
0
0

Metal mining s e rvice s.....................................................................................................

108

12/85

111.4

111.4

111.4

0

0

Metal mining s e rvice s....................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................................................. ....................................
Prospect and test d rillin g ................................................................................
Other metal mining services...........................................................................

1081
1081-P
1081-803
1081-809

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/91

111.4
111.6
114.1
104.0

111.4
111.6
114.1
104.0

111.4
111.6
114.1
104.0

0
-.1
.8
-.8

0
0
0
0

1031-P
1031-2
1031-214
1031-215

1041-P
1041-4

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

109

12/85

33.4

33.6

33.5

.9

-.3

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

1099
1099-P
1099-1

12/85
12/85
12/85

118.6
117.3
117.3

120.1
118.9
118.9

119.0
117.7
117.7

5.6
5.7
5.7

-.9
-1.0
-1.0

1099-103

12/85

118.6

121.2

121.6

4 -7

3

Coal m in in g ................................. .....................................................................................

12

12/85

93.7

91.0

91.0

-1.2

0

Bituminous coal and lig n ite ...........................................................................................

121

12/93

99.6

96.7

96.8

-1.1

.1

Bituminous coal and lig n ite ...........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................... ................
P re p a re d .......... .....................................................................................................
Steam electric utilities ................................ ..................... ...............................
North A ppalachia................................................... .......................................
S p o t ................................................................ ............................................
Underground mine ................................................................................
Surface m in e ...................................................... ....................................
C o n tra c t......................................................... ............................................
Underground mine ................................................................................
Surface m in e ....................................................... .............. ....................
South A p pa la ch ia ......................... ................................................................
S p o t .............................................................................................................
Underground mine ...... .........................................................................
C o n tra c t......................................................................................................
Underground mine ...................... .........................................................
Surface m in e ........................................................................... ...............
Midwest ..........................................................................................................
C o n tra c t....................................................................................... ..............
Underground mine .......................................... ......................................
Surface m in e ........................... ...............................................................
W est ...„..... ................................................................ .....................................
S p o t ...........................................- ........................................ .......................
Surface m in e .................................................... ......................................
C o n tra c t......................................................................................................

1211

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

97.5
100.1
93.7
101.7
97.4
89.4

94.7
97.1
94.3
101.6
97.0
87.3
(3)
91.0
98.5
84.5
107.6
88.4
86.4
99.2
88.5
94.6
82.2
98.8
99.0
87.4
88.6
120.8
84.8
77.0
121.0

94.7
97.2
94.9
102.2
96.4
87.7
98.0
89.3
97.8
83.1
107.3
88.9
87.3
99.2
88.9
95.1
82.6
99.4
99.7
87.5
89.8
121.9
83.9
77.7
122.3

-1.1
-1.1
-.4
-1.3
-2.3
-4.4
(3)
-8.4
-1.9
-3.8
-.8
-2.0
.7
-2.3
-2.5
-1.0
-3.7
-5.8
-5.4
-1.7
-8.6
2.4
2.1
-2.9
2.4

0
.1
.6
.6
-.6
.5

1211-P
1211-A
1211-2
1211-211
1211-2118
1211-21181
1211-21182
1211-2119
1211-21191
1211-21192
1211-212
1211-2128
1211-21281
1211-2129
1211-21291
1211-21292
1211-213
1211-2139
1211-21391
1211-21392
1211-214
1211-2148
1211-21482
1211-2149

See footnotes at end of table.




12

(3)
92.5
98.6
84.5
107.8
88.4
86.4
99.5
88.4
95.6
81.4
100.4
100.2
87.2
91.0
119.8
81.2
74.5
120.4

(3)
-1.9
-.7
-1.7
-.3
.6
1.0
0
.5
.5
,5
.6
.7
.1
1.4
.9
-1.1
.9
1.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Product
code

Industry
code

Industry and product1

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Bituminous coal and lignite—Continued
Underground mine ...........................................
Surface m in e .....................................................
M etallurgical/coke produce r.....................................
S p o t............................................................................
C o n tra c t.....................................................................
All other in du stria l.......................................................
North A p palachia.....................................................
S p o t .................................................... ...................
C o n tra c t.................................................................
South A p p a la ch ia ....................................................
S p o t ........................................................................
C o n tra c t.................................................................
M id w e s t.....................................................................
C o n tra c t.................................................................
W e s t...........................................................................
C o n tra c t.................................................................
Residential and co m m e rc ia l......................................
E x p o rt............................................................................
U n p re p a re d ......................................................................
For preparation at other establishm ents......... ......
For use without p re p a ra tio n .....................................
Intracompany sh ip m e n ts ...............................................

1211-21491
1211-21492
1211-3
1211-3168
1211-3169
1211-4
1211-411
1211-4118
1211-4119
1211-412
1211-4128
1211-4129
1211-413
1211-4139
1211-414
1211-4149
1211-5
1211-6
1211-1
1211-101
1211-102
1211-8

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

12/86
12/86
12/81
12/86
12/86
12/81
12/81
06/85
12/81
12/81
12/84
12/81
12/81
12/81
0 5/84
05/84
12/86
04/82
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/86

1231-P
1231-1
1231-114
1231-2
1231-207

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

June
19952

July
19952

90.2
105.7
76.9
100.8
91.9
84.1
89.5
77.6
91.6
81.2
72.3
84.8
88.3
83.6
85.7
85.4
91.4
57.3
97.2
97.4
100.0
118.7

93.5
103.9
79.4

92.8
106.5
82.8

3.7
1.7
8.0

-0.7
2.5
4.3

(3)
95.5
85.2
89.3
77.0
91.4
80.4

(3)
100.5
85.3
89.1
77.0
91.2
80.4
68.2
84.8
93.0
89.0
86.2
85.8
91.6
61.0
101.2
98.3
108.5
99.5

(3)
9.4
-1.0
-.2
-.8
-.2
-5.7
-11.1
-4.5
3.4
3.6
.8
.7
-1.4
7.2
-1.9
-6.8
5.4
-3.2

(3)
5.2
.1
-.2
0
-.2
0
0
.1
.2
.5
.5
3.5
0
2.5
0
6.0
-2.6

(3)
84.8
92.9
88.8
85.8
85.4
88.5
61.0
98.7
98.3
102.4
102.2

July 1994

June 1995

(3)

Anthracite m in in g ............................... ....................................... ...................................

123

12/93

99.0

97.6

97.6

-1.2

0

Anthracite m in in g ......................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .................................................................
Unprepared anthracite s h ip p e d ...................................
For preparation at other establishm ents................ ...................................
Prepared anthracite s h ip p e d .........................................
Mechanically cleaned by wet-washing, pneumatic, or other methods ...

1231

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/93
12/79
12/93

160.2
159.2
151.5
100.0
160.5
98.7

157.8
156.9
151.5
100.0
157.3
96.8

157.8
156.9
151.5
100.0
157.3
96.8

-1.3
-1.3
0
0
-1.7
-1.6

0
0
0
0
0
0

Coal mining s e rv ic e s ................................................................. .... ..................... ..........

124

06/91

97.6

97.6

97.6

.1

0

Coal Mining S e rvice s .................................................................
Primary s e rvice s.................................................................. ....................................
Exploration and development work ............................
D rilling............................................................................
Production work not for own a c c o u n t........................ ....................................
Strip mining c o a l.........................................................
Other coal mining s e rv ic e s ........................................... ....................................
Other coal mining s e rvice s........................................

1241

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

104.9
104.8
110.4
115.0
109.7
109.8

104.9
104.8
110.4
115.0
109.7
109.8

104.9
104.8
110.4
115.0
109.7
109.8

0
.1
.3
4.4
-.1
-.1

0
0
0
0
0
0

06/85

76.0

75.9

76.0

0

.1

Oil and gas e x tra c tio n ............................................................... ....................................

13

12/85

65.7

69.1

65.2

-9.9

-5.6

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

131

06/84

58.2

61.5

57.5

-11.9

-6.5

Crude petroleum and natural g a s ...........................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................................................ ....................................
Crude p etroleu m ............................................................. ....................................
Natural g a s ....................................................................... ....................................
Sales to interstate p ip e lin e s .................................. ....................................
Sales to intrastate p ip e lin e s .................................. ....................................

1311

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

58.2
58.1
55.1
61.3
54.3
82.9

61.5
61.4
58.3
64.8
58.5
83.9

57.5
57.4
52.8
62.2
55.4
83.2

-11.9
-12.0
-13.7
-10.4
-11.6
-7.2

-6.5
-6.5
-9.4
-4.0
-5.3
-.8

Natural gas liq u id s ..................................................................... ....................................

132

06/84

62.9

66.1

63.3

-6.5

-4.2

Natural gas liq u id s .....................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................ . ....................................
Natural gas liq u id s.......................................................... ....................................
Plant con d e n sa te ........................................................ ....................................
E th a n e ......... ................................................................. ....................................
Natural g a s o lin e .......................................................... ....................................
P ropa ne......................................................................... ....................................
B u ta n e ........................................................................... ....................................
Gas mixtures ................................................................ ....................................
Other natural gas liq u id s ................................ ........... ....................................

1321

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

62.9
62.8
66.9
54.8
74.9
61.6
65.7
67.6
58.5
79.4

66.1
66.0
67.2

63.3
63.2
65.7

(3)
(3)
64.8
67.3
65.5
61.4

-4.2
-4.2
-2.2
(3)
(3)
-2.9
8.0
-8.4
-5.5

(3)

(3)
66.6
62.9
72.7
60.0
58.0
78.3

-6.5
-6.5
11.0
(3)
-3.9
11.3
16.7
17.2
-2.0
23.5

Oil and gas field s e rv ic e s ........................................................ ....................................

138

12/85

103.6

103.8

103.7

.6

-.1

Drilling oil and gas w e lls ..........................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................................................
Offshore drilling .............................................................. ....................................
Drilling oil, gas, dry, and service w e lls .................... ............... .....................
Reworking w e lls .......................................................... .......... ................ .........
Onshore d rillin g ...................... ......................................... ...... .............................
Drilling oil, gas, dry, and service w e lls .................... ....................................

1381
1381-P
1381-7
1381-701
1381-704
1381-9
1381-901

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/92
12/85
12/85

103.0
102.7
125.5
121.8
144.6
96.0
96.6

102.8
102.5
125.7
122.0
144.6
95.6
96.1

102.9
102.6
125.6
121.8
144.6
95.8
96.4

.7
.7
-4.2
-3.9
-5.5
3.1
3.9

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

Oil and gas exploration services.............................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................................................ ....................................

1382
1382-P

12/85
12/85

103.8
102.0

103.8
102.0

102.9
101.1

2.9
2.8

-.9
-.9

1241 -P
1241-1
1241-12
1241-2
1241-211
1241-3
1241-301

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

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

See footnotes at end of table.




13

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
Mar.
19952

Oil and gas exploration services—Continued
Geophysical e xp lo ra tio n ..........................
L a n d ..........................................................
M a rin e ......................................................

June
19952

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

1382-801
1382-80101
1382-80102

12/85
12/85
12/85

104.2
121.4
58.7

104.2
121.4
58.7

103.3
121.4
54.6

3.3
6.7
-16.8

-0.9
0
-7.0

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

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

105.1
105.0
122.3
106.7
102.5

105.6
105.6

.2
.1
0
.0
.1

.1
0

(3)
(3)
103.1

105.7
105.6
122.3
106.7
103.2

1389-902
1389-904
1389-911
1389-914

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

103.8
82.7
112.3
106.2

(3)
77.5

(3)
77.7

(3)
-4.0

(3)
106.2

(3)
106.2

(3)

1389-915
1389-936
1389-SM
1389-M
1389-S

12/85
12/85

103.1
105.7

(3)
105.7

103.1
105.7

0
.1

11/94
12/85

(3)
103.9

103.9

(3)
105.1

(3)
1.2

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 se rv ic e s ............................................. .....................
Onshore field services, n.e.c. ..........................................................................
Acidizing and other chemical treatment of wells, excluding hydraulic
fra c tu rin g ........................ .......................................... ......................... .....
Well surveying and well logging .................................................................
Hydraulic fra ctu rin g ........................................................................................
Running, cutting, and pulling casing, tubes and ro d s ................... ......
Installing production equipment, such as wellhead fittings, pumps,
and e n g in e s ............................ .................................................................
Other oil and gas field s e rvice s...................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................... .........................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................

1389

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

14

12/84

Dimension s to n e ............................................................................

141

06/85

126.0

126.1

126.2

Dimension stone ...................................................... .........
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................................
Rough dimension lim estone..................................
Rough dimension g ra n ite ......................................
Other rough dimension s to n e ........................ ......
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts .
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...............................................

1411

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

126.0
125.8
152.0
117.3
118.3

126.1
125.8
152.0
117.3
118.3

126.2
125.9
152.0
117.3
118.9

1.4
1.0
0
.7
2.9

06/89

118.6

119.7

119.7

7.7

12/84

129.7

130.5

130.9

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

130.1
131.4
115.2
129.8
142.4
131.4
109.6
107.7
111.0
112.8
110.7

131.2
132.6
115.9
130.5
143.2
132.8
108.3
113.1
116.7
111.1

131.2
132.6
115.8
130.4
143.2
132.8
111.2
108.4
112.7
116.6
111.1

12/83

110.6

111.3

111.3

12/83
12/83

154.0
154.2

153.9
154.1

12/83
12/83

163.9
121.0

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

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

Crushed and broken stone, including riprap .
Crushed and broken lim e sto n e .......................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................................
North Central re g io n ..............................................
East North Central divisio n...............................
W est North Central divisio n...............................
Other re g io n s ..........................................................
South re g io n ........................................................
South Atlantic d iv is io n ....................................
East South Central divisio n...........................
W est South Central division ............. .........
Northeast region
...... .........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts .
Secondary p ro d u c ts....... ................ .............. ........

1423

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

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

Crushed and broken stone, n.e.c. .................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................................
T ra p ro c k ................................................................
S a ndsto ne ............................................................
Other, (slate, volcanic rock, e tc .).....................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts .
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...............................................

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

Sand and g ra v e l.

144

Construction sand and gravel .
Primary p ro d u c ts ................
Construction s a n d .........
Northeastern Region ...
New England ...........
M id -A tla n tic ..............
North Central Region .
East North Central ...
W est North Central .
Southern R e g io n .........
South A tla n tic ..........
East South C e n tra l..
W est South C e n tra l.
W estern R e g io n ..........

1442
1442-P
1442-3
1442-3A
1442-31
1442-32
1442-3B
1442-33
1442-34
1442-3C
1442-35
1442-36
1442-37
1442-3D

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)

0
(3)

(3)
1.2

123.3

14

1.9
1.9
3.0
2.3
4.1
1.5
1.8
1.5
2.3
2.3
1.6

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

154.3
154.6

5.8
5.8

.3
.3

164.0
120.2

164.6
119.9

6.9
.6

.4
-.2

133.6
133.8
124.3
134.7
156.6

134.6
134.9
124.3
134.7
162.3

136.2
136.6
127.3
134.7
161.9

6.2
6.6
5.8
6.3
8.4

1.2
1.3
2.4
0
-.2

12/83

130.2

130.5

130.5

1.0

12/84

1422

Crushed and broken granite, n.e.c.
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................
Granite and related r o c k s ....
South Atlantic re g io n .........
Other regio ns..... .................

(3)
(3)

136.7

137.5

137.7

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

145.7
146.7
150.9
150.4
184.5
139.3
140.9
139.7
142.3
150.0
157.7
139.7
133.7
162.7

146.6
147.7
151.4
151.3
184.5
140.9
140.1
139.7
140.1
152.4
159.1
140.3
137.1
162.7

146.8
147.8
151.3
151.3
184.5
140.9
140.1
139.7
140.1
152.2
158.5
142.1
136.3
162.6

111.2

2.8
2.7
2.1
.9
.7
1.1
1.6
1.8
1.2
2.5
5.5
1.9
.4
2.6

.1
.1
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.1
-.4
1.3
-.6
-.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Construction sand and gravel— Continued
M ountain.........................................................................................................
P a c ific .............................................................................................................
Construction gravel ..................................................... ........................................
Northeastern R e g io n .......................................................................................
New England .................................................................................................
Mid-Atlantic ...... ................... .........................................................................
North Central Region ......................................................................................
East North Central .......................................................................................
West North C e n tra l......................................................................................
Southern R e g io n .......................... ....................................................................
South Atlantic ...............................................................................................
East South C e n tra l.......................................................................................
W est South C e n tra l......................................................................................
Western R e g io n ................................................................................................
M ountain.........................................................................................................
P a c ific .......................................................................................... ..................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ............................................................ ..........................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Industrial s a n d .................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........ ..................................................... .......................................
Glass s a n d ......................................................................... .................................
Molding s a n d .........................................................................................................
Other industrial sand, n.e.c. ...............................................................................
Abrasive sand, including blast s a n d ....... .....................................................
Other industrial sand, n.e.c..................................... ........................................

1446

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

145

Kaolin and ball c la y ................................................................................... ....................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Prepared kaolin and ball clay ............................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

1455

Clay and related minerals, n. e. c ................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
B e n to n ite ...............................................................................................................
Prepared b e n to n ite ..........................................................................................
Fire c la y ..................................................................................... ...........................
Crude fire c la y ..................................................................................................
Prepared fire c la y .............................................................................................
Feldspar........................................................... .....................................................
Common clay and s h a le ........................................ .............................. .............
C ru d e ..................................................................................... ............. ...............
P repared.................................. ..................... ........................ ...................... .....
Other clay and related m in e ra ls.................................... ...................................
Prepared............................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

1459

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

1455-P
1455-201
1455-S

1459-P
1459-1
1459-113
1459-2
1459-212
1459-213
1459-6
1459-7
1459-711
1459-721
1459-9
1459-921
1459-SM
1459-S

July
19952

July 1994

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

109.6
175.7
143.1
145.3
166.9
130.3
142.9
149.7
126.8
138.8
164.2
114.6
130.3
140.2
156.3
129.8

109.3
175.9
144.5
152.2
167.2
140.9
144.1
151.6
126.8
139.3
164.2
114.5
131.4
140.2
156.3
129.9

109.3
175.7
144.8
152.1
167.1
140.9
144.0
151.5
126.8
140.7
164.2
114.8
134.1
140.2
156.3
129.8

1.2
3.1
3.3
4.7
.1
8.1
2.4
3.6
0
5.5
10.6
.3
3.2
1.9
5.0
-.2

0
-.1
.2
-.1
-.1
0
-.1
-.1
0
1.0
0
.3
2.1
0
0
-.1

06/82
06/82
06/82

164.8
149.8
114.0

164.8
149.8
114.0

164.8
149.8
115.4

4.8
4.8
3.2

0
0
1.2

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

132.9
132.8
133.6
147.9
120.1
140.8
144.5

133.0
132.9
133.4
147.9
120.4
140.8
145.1

133.3
133.2
133.6
149.6
120.4
140.8
145.1

2.3
2.4
2.0
2.6
2.7
1.0
4.0

.2
.2
.1
1.1
0
0
0

12/84

1442-38
1442-39
1442-5
1442-5A
1442-51
1442-52
1442-5B
1442-53
1442-54
1442-5C
1442-55
1442-56
1442-57
1442-5D
1442-58
1442-59
1442-SM
1442-M
1442-XY9
1442-S

June
19952

115.2

115.0

115.3

2.2

.3

06/84
06/84
06/84
08/84

115.5
115.5
115.4
115,8

114.8
114.8
114.7
115.8

114.9
114.9
114.8
115.8

1.9
1.9
1.9
0

.1
.1
.1
0

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

128.1
127.9
99.0
97.8
106.0
126.9
107.6
134.6
129.5
132.0
129.0
130,7
130.9

128.5
128.3
99.0
97.8
106.3
128.7
107.6
137.5
129.5
133.0
129.0
131.1
131.4

129.2
129.1
100.5
99.5
106.3
128.7
107.6
137.5
129.5
133.0
129.0
131.4
131.7

2.8
2.9
2.8
2.2
1.9
1.4
2.1
5.3
1.2
.8
1.3
3.5
3.4

.5
.6
1.5
1.7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.2
.2

06/84

129.8

129.8

129.8

0

0

June 1995

Chemical and fertilizer mineral m in in g .......................................................................

147

12/84

105.9

102.5

103.3

1.0

.8

Potash, soda, and borate minerals ..............................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................... ............... ................................................. .........
Processed or refined potassium s a lts .............................................................
Natural sodium ca rb o n a te s.................................. .............................................
Natural sodium sulfate ................................................................. ......................
Boron com poun ds...............................................................................................

1474
1474-P
1474-201
1474-301
1474-303
1474-402

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
04/85
12/84

114.2
114.1
115.1
113.0
104.3
118.5

110.6
110.4
116.1
112.5
104.1
108.0

114.0
113.9
114.8
116.0
102.2
114.2

1.1
1.1
-1.3
3.6
.4
-1.0

3.1
3.2
-1.1
3.1
-1.8
5.7

Phosphate r o c k ...............................................................................................................
Primary products ................ ................................................ .....................................
Processed phosphate r o c k ................................................................................

1475
1475-P
1475-2

12/82
12/82
12/82

101.4
101.7
101.9

97.1
97.4
97.4

95.3
95.6
95.6

-.4
-.3
-.3

-1.9
-1.8
-1.8

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

1479
1479-P
1479-1
1479-122
1479-3
1479-333
1479-9

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

96.3
94.0
100.6
94.8
148.8
147.3
114.1

94.8
92.3
89.2
84.0
148.7

94.8
92.3
89.2
84.0
148.8
147.3
114.1

2.8
3.1
-6.4
-6.4
2.2
3.7
0

0
0
0
0
.1

1481-P
1481-803
1481-80302

(3)
114.1

(3)
0

Non-metallic minerals (except fuels) services...........................................................

148

06/85

100.0

100.0

100.0

5.3

0

Non-metallic minerals (except fuels) services...........................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
D rillin g ..................................... ..............................................................................
Other drilling including blasting ...................................... ................................

1481

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

100.0
99.3
108.7
108.2

100.0
99.3
108.7
108.2

100.0
99.3
108.7
108.2

5.4
3.9
.7
-.3

0
0
0
0

See footnotes at end of table.




15

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals, except fu e ls ....................................................

1499
1499-P
1499-5
1499-8
1499-822
1499-9
1499-907
1499-998
1499-SM
1499-S

Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Other nonmetallic m in e ra ls ........................ .............................................. .........

Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................... .............................................................

July
19952

12/84

149

June
19952

135.2

136.3

136.3

2.9

0

0 6/85
06/85
06/85
07/91
07/91
06/91
06/91
06/85

126.0
126.4
116.4
111.4
111.4
105.6
103.3
131.6

127.1
127.5
116.4
111.5
111.5
107.8
112.9
132.6

127.1
127.5
116.4
111.2
111.2
108.1
112.9
133.0

3.0
3.0
.6
1.7
1.7
3.4
9.3
2.9

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

06/85

117.2

117.2

117.2

1.9

0

July 1994

June 199!

12/84

123.4

124.5

124.4

2.9

-.1

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

20

12/84

121.1

120.4

121.4

1.4

.8

Meat p roducts...................................................................................................................

201

12/84

110.6

107.2

109.4

.7

2.1

Meat packing p la n ts .......................................................................................................

2011

12/80
12/80

109.0
109.6

104.1
104.2

107.0
107.5

2.4
3.0

2.8
3.2

12/80
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
12/80

127.9
117.7
105.8
112.9
111.9
103.8
98.4
78.2
71.6
102.9
100.0
108.5
102.6
120.6
110.9
129.3
104.3
104.1
201.8
203.7
97.3

121.8
112.2
96.8
101.1
101.3
91.4
93.2
70.7
65.7
105.9
102.9
103.9
95.8
118.9
111.6
131.1
103.9
105.3
188.5
190.2
97.3

110.4
101.6
97.8
102.4
102.7
92.3
94.3
68.2
68.9
118.1
115.7
105.2
93.6
125.5
112.9
131.7
104.6
106.8
189.2
191.0
85.5

15.5
15.5
2.0
-.3
3.1
-5.2
7.6
-12.6
17.8
7.0
6.5
-2.8
-6.7
2.3
.2
1.3
-1.0
.4
7.4
7.5
-7.1

-9.4
-9.4
1.0
1.3
1.4
1.0
1.2
-3.5
4.9
11.5
12.4
1.3
-2.3
5.6
1.2
.5
.7
1.4
.4
.4
-12.1

12/80

89.0

87.5

89.3

-.3

2.1

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

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

108.0
106.1
118.1
96.3
111.3
113.9

106.9
104.0
112.4
88.4
112.4
106.8

108.1
105.5
113.9
89.2
114.7
108.1

0
-.8
-3.0
-5.5
.7
-3.7

1.1
1.4
1.3
.9
2.0
1.2

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

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

81.6
92.9
69.3
104.7

80.1
90.2
69.3
102.6

81.9
90.4
73.2
107.4

-.4
-1.5
1.7
-.2

2.2
.2
5.6
4.7

2013-661
2013-7
2013-711

12/82
12/82
12/82

85.4
113.8
115.5

83.0
112.7
114.8 !

85.0
114.3
117.2

.4
-.1
-1.0

2.4
1.4
2.1

2013-717
2013-721

12/82
12/82

109.1
111.6

108.4
110.6

109.5
112.4

-.8
1.7

1.0
1.6

2013-735

12/82

115.3

113.9

115.0

-.7

1.0

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

12/82
12/82

111.6
115.7

110.5
114.5

111.4
115.5

-.6
-.7

.8
.9

12/82
12/82
12/82

116.2
115.0
120.5

121.5
120.3
121.7

120.0
118.9
122.9

4.7
4.9
2.0

-1.2
-1.2
1.0

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/90
12/81
12/81

116.0
116.1
116.2
106.8
120.6
111.1

116.7
116.8
117.2
107.9
121.2
115.0

120.1
120.3
122.0
112.3
126.6
117.3

-2.3
-2.4
-2.1
-1.9
-2.4
-5.6

2.9
3.0
4.1
4.1
4.5
2.0

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

2011-P
Miscellaneous byproducts of meatpacking plants, except sausage
2011-C
2011-C41
2011-1
2011-112
2011-11202
2011-11205
2011-117
2011-131
2011-151
2011-4
2011-417
2011-6
2011-631
2011-641
2011-7
2011-711
2011-721
2011-735
2011-9
2011-912
2011-997
2011-SM
2011-S

Edible tallow and stearin ............................... ................................................

Other USDA graded and ungraded beef carcasses..............................

Primal and fabricated cuts (incl trim m in gs)..... ...........................................
Pork processed or cured (not canned or made into sausa ge)..................
Hams and picnics, except c a n n e d .................................... ...........................
Sliced b a c o n ......................................................................................................
Sausage and similar products (not canned) ..................................................
Fresh sausage...................................................................................................
Frankfurters or w ie n e rs ........................................................... .......................
Other sausage smoked or c o o k e d ..............................................................
Hides, skins, and pelts .......................................................................................
Cattle hides, except kip ...................................................................................
Other hides skins and pelts except k i p ....................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Sausages and other prepared m e a ts ..........................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................... ..................
Portion control and miscellaneous processed, frozen, or cooked meats .
Frozen ground meat p a ttie s ...........................................................................
Frozen portion control other than ground meat p a ttie s ..... .............. ....
Miscellaneous processed frozen or cooked meats ............................... .
Pork, processed or cured, including frozen (not canned or made into
sausage) .........................................................................................................
Hams and picnics, except c a n n e d ........................ .......................................
Sliced b a c o n ......................................................................................................
Other smoked p o rk ..........................................................................................
Boiled ham, barbecued pork, and other cooked pork, except canned
meats and sa u sa g e ..................................................................................
Sausages and similar products (not c a n n e d )...... .......................................
Fresh sausage pork sausage breakfast links, etc....................................
Dry and semidry sausage (salami, cervelat, summer sausage,
pepperoni pork roll e tc ) .
.............................................................
Frankfurters and w ie n e rs .................................. .............................................
Other sausage, smoked or cooked (bologna, liverwurst, Polish
sausage luncheon meats e t c )....
..................................................
Canned meats (except dog and cat food) containing 20-percent or more
meat
.................................................... ............. ..........................................
Other canned m e a ts........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts
..
.........................................................................
Resales ............................................................................................................
Secondary products
...
..... ...................................................................

2013

Poultry slaughtering and processing .........................................................................
Primary poducts .......................................................................................................
Young c h ic k e n s ....................................................................................................
B roilers/fryers....................................................................................................
Wet ice pack b ro ile rs ...................................................................................
Grade A bulk whole broilers ....... ...........................................................

2015
2015-P
2015-1
2015-13
2015-133
2015-13301

See footnotes at end of table.




16

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Poultry slaughtering and processing—Continued
Other wet ice pack b ro ile rs ..... ........................................ ......................
Dry ice (C02) pack b ro ile rs ........................................................................
Tray pack broilers (consumer packaged) ................................................
Other broilers (incl. frozen, whole and p a rts )..........................................
T u rk e y s ................................... .............. ......................... ......................................
Young turkeys ...................................................................................................
Hens, Grade A w h o le ..................................................................................
Toms, Grade A whole .................................................................................
Other young turkeys (parts, ground tu rk e y )............................................
Other poultry and small game (incl. h e n s /fo w l).............................................
Chickens: hens/fowl (breeders/egg producers)........................................
Processed poultry and small game .................................................................
Poultry, cooked or sm o k e d ....... .....................................................................
Turkey, cooked or s m o k e d .........................................................................
Chicken, cooked or s m o k e d .......................................................................
Poultry frankfurters, w e in e rs......................................................... .................
Poultry luncheon meats ..................................................................................
Liquid, dried and frozen e g g s ............................................................................
Liquid or frozen eggs ............................. ........................................................
Liquid or frozen egg w h ite s ....................................................... ................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

June
19952

July
19952

July 1994

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/90
12/81
12/81
12/90
12/81
12/81
12/90
12/90
12/81
12/90
12/81
12/81

125.5
124.9
96.1
122.6
110.0
111.8
104.6
107.7
127.0
89.2
131.2
123.8
98.1
127.5
114.1
91.8
106.1
93.1
79.8
198.6
132.8

125.3
125.3
98.6
125.7
110.6
112.3
109.1
113.4
126.6
94.9
142.6
124.3
99.3
128.1
116.0
91.4
104.0
85.3
72.5
196.1
132.8

131.5
132.6
101.9
127.2
112.2
114.0
111.1
115.2
128.3
98.1
149.5
124.2
99.1
128.6
115.4
92.3
103.9
90.7
78.8
198.3
132.8

-1.6
-.9
-1.5
-.1
-6.1
-6.1
-.9
-2.0
-7.2
6.6
8.9
-2.1
-1.6
-1.4
-1.7
-4.9
-3.1
-3.3
-.9
-.4
2.4

4.9
5.8
3.3
1.2
1.4
1.5
1.8
1.6
1.3
3.4
4.8
-.1
-.2
.4
-.5
1.0
-.1
6.3
8.7
1.1
0

12/84

114.6

113.7

114.3

.6

.5

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

62.1
50.9
50.9
48.9
54.1

61.1
50.9
50.9
48.9
54.1

64.1
55.2
55.2
52.5
59.2

6.7
11.1
11.1
9.4
12.5

4.9
8.4
8.4
7.4
9.4

06/84
0 6/84
06/84

97.3
70.1
95.9

93.8
70.1
91.4

94.1
70.1
91.8

1.0
1.2
.9

.3
0
.4

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

109.4
114.0
107.0
103.7
105.3
98.5
110.2
111.5
108.4
121.6
113.4
114.2
124.3
119.2
139.2
124.4
110.6

108.4
112.5
105.1
100.6
101.4
98.3
110.9
111.1
110.7
121.4
111.9
112.1
123.6
119.0
137.6
122.8
109.9

108.7
112.9
105.7
100.7
101.6
98.2
111.3
111.5
110.9
125.2

.9
1.1
.7
-.7
-1.0
.6
3.6
3.0
4.4
3.6

.3
.4
.6
.1
.2
-.1
.4
.4
.2
3.1

(3)
113.4
123.7

(3)
-.9
1.7

(3)
1.2
.1

(3)
(3)
121.7

(3)
(3)
-3.2

(3)
(3)
-.9

(3)

(3)

(3)

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

108.8
109.1
77.2
128.5

(3)
(3)
76.9
128.2
74.2
69.4

(3)
(3)
-1.5

(3)
(3)
-.4

- .2

-.2

68.6

107.3
107.6
77.2
128.5
75.6
69.4

-2.8
-1.6

-1.9
0

2023-P
2023-5

12/83
12/83
12/83

130.0
144.7
133.0

129.8
144.7
133.6

130.2
144.3
133.7

.9
.8
.5

.3
-.3
.1

2023-5A

06/92

105.9

105.9

106.3

.1

.4

2023-5B
2023-542
2023-543
2023-545

06/92
12/83
12/83
12/83

93.1
98.0
112.1
111.3

93.8
96.8
112.0
115.7

93.6
97.1
112.0
113.2

.6
.4
.6
-.4

-.2
.3
0
-2.2

2023-549
2023-551
2023-6
2023-612
2023-7
2023-719
2023-9
2023-SM
2023-M

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
06/92

123.7
146.1
170.1
110.3
130.9
130.8
106.5

129.1
147.7
170.2

2.8
-.9
.9
-7.1
-1.4
-1.4
2.7

-.1
-.5
0

(3)
125.1
125.0
108.3

129.0
147.0
170.2
110.4
123.1
123.0
107.9

(3)
-1.6
-1.6
-.4

12/83

117.1

117.0

118.7

1.7

1.5

2015-13398
2015-134
2015-136
2015-139
2015-3
2015-323
2015-32301
2015-32302
2015-32398
2015-4
2015-411
2015-5
2015-52
2015-521
2015-523
2015-533
2015-534
2015-9
2015-95
2015-951
2015-S

Dairy p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................

202

Creamery butter ............................................................................................ .................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Creamery b u tte r........................................................................ ..........................
Bulk butter (over 3 pounds) ......................................................... .................
Consumer butter (3 pounds or less) .............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ............................ .................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............ ...............................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................
Dry, condensed, and evaporated m ilk .........................................................

2021

Natural and processed c h e e s e ....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................................... ....................... .......................................
Natural cheese, except cottage cheese ................................. .......................
American-type che e s e .....................................................................................
Cheddar c h e e s e ...........................................................................................
Other American-type c h e e s e ................................... ..................................
Italian-type ch e e se ............................... .............. ..................... .......................
Mozzarella c h e e s e .......... ............................................................................
Other Italian-type c h e e s e ............................................................................
Swiss cheese ...................................................................................................
Cream and Neufchatel c h e e s e ....................
Other natural cheese, except c o tta g e ........
Processed cheese and related products .......
Processed c h e e s e ........... ..............................
Cheese fo o d ...................................... ..............
Cheese s p re a d ................................... .............
Other related processed cheese products ..
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts
Miscellaneous receipts ......................................
R e s a le s ........................... ........................ ........
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............ .............................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ......... ...................
Dry, condensed, and evaporated m ilk .........................................................
Fluid m ilk ......................... ..................................................................................

2022

Dry, condensed, and evaporated milk p ro d u c ts .......................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................. ....................................................................
Dry milk products, except substitutes............................................. ................
Dry milk products, except substitutes, shipped in consumer-type
packages (3 lbs. or le s s ) ........................................................................
Dry milk products, except substitutes, shipped in bulk (more than 3
lb s .) ..............................................................................................................
Dry whole milk (food grade) shipped in bulk (more than 3 lb s .) ........
Nonfat dry milk (food grade) shipped in bulk (more than 3 lbs.) .......
Dry whey (food grade) shipped in bulk (more than 3 lb s .)...................
Other food grade dry milk products shipped in bulk (more than 3
lbs.) ..........................................................................................................
Feed grade dry milk products shipped in bulk (more than 3 lbs.) .....
Canned milk products (consumer-type cans), except substitutes ..............
Evaporated milk, consumer-type c a n s .........................................................
Concentrated milk products, shipped in bulk, except substitutes .............
All other food grade concentrated milk products, shipped in b u lk ........
Dairy product substitutes ...... .............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts ........................................................................ ...............

2023

2021-P
2021-1
2021-113
2021-115
2021 -SM
2021 -S
2021-SS
2023-S

2022-P
2022-3
2022-302
2022-30201
2022-30211
2022-303
2022-30301
2022-30311
2022-305
2022-307
2022-311
2022-4
2022-411
2022-413
2022-415
2022-419
2022-SM
2022-M
2022-Z89
2022-S
2022-SS
2023-S
2026-S

See footnotes at end of table.




17

77.7

June 1995

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Ice cream and frozen d e s s e rts ............................ ........................................................

July
19952

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

115.7
81.7
50.0
82.7

115.6
80.4
50.3
83.3

117.2
83.6
55.6
84.7

1.6
1.2
11.4
-2.8

1.4
4.0
10.5
1.7

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/92
06/92
06/92
06/83
0 6/83
0 6/92
06/92
06/83
04/90
06/92

125.5
126.0
126.0
138.9
117.7
102.2
98.4
103.0
129.9
133.5
102.3
135.8
119.7
101.5
102.9

125.7
126.3
126.3
138.9
118.0
102.3
98.7
102.8
130.8
134.0
103.9

125.6
126.3
126.3
138.9
117.9
102.2
98.6
103.2
130.8
133.9
103.6

.7
.9
.9
1.1
.3
-.4
.6
.8
2.2
3.2
8.6

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

(3)
119.7
101.7
103.1

(3)
119.7
101.7
103.1

(3)
1.2
.6
.8

(3)

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/92

124.2
124.2
120.2
115.8
101.1

124.2
124.2
119.2
116.6
100.2

122.7
122.7
119.9
116.6
100.2

-.2
-.2
-.6
-.2
-1.3

-1.2
-1.2
.6
0
0

2026-P
2026-1
2026-2
2026-212
2026-21201
2026-21202
2026-21203
2026-21204
2026-223
2026-22301
2026-22302
2026-22303
2026-22304
2026-225
2026-243
2026-245
2026-252
2026-263

12/82
12/82
12/91
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/91
12/91
12/91
12/91
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

122.2
119.0
86.6
123.2
119.3
122.1
111.8
119.5
131.6
134.1
99.1
101.8
104.2
107.7
140.1
110.1
104.7
109.7
106.6

120.9
117.8
81.2
122.9
118.9
121.0
111.3
119.7
131.0
133.6
97.5
100.9
104.8
108.1
139.1
112.9
104.7
111.6
107.0

121.7
118.9
86.7
122.9
118.9
121.0
111.0
120.1
131.0
133.5
97.2
100.7
105.0
108.2
138.9
112.9
104.7
111.6
107.1

.1
-.2
7.6
-2.0
-1.3
-1.8
-.9
-.2
-5.3
-1.8
-4.9
-1.9
-.2
-1.2
-6.7
-.8
-3.1
5.2
2.9

.7
.9
6.8
0
0
0
-.3
.3
0
-.1
-.3
-.2
.2
.1
-.1
0
0
0
.1

2026-3
2026-313
2026-5
2026-7
2026-714
2026-8
2026-815

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/91
12/91
12/91
12/91

153.7
152.6
121.8
102.2
101.9
104.1
104.1

151.6
150.5
122.3
102.0
101.7
103.8
103.8

151.6
150.5
127.4
102.0
101.7
103.6
103.8

5.7
5.8
4.7
1.7
3.7
-1.8
-1 .2

0
0
4.2
0
0
-.2
0

2026-819
2026-SM
2026-M
2026-Z89
2026-S
2024-S
2026-SS

Dry, condensed, and evaporated milk products—Continued
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Creamery b u tte r ................................................................................................

June
19952

12/91

105.6

105.1

104.7

-2.1

-.4

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

147.5
147.5
102.2
127.0
130.1

142.1
142.1
103.5
127.9
130.5

142.4
142.4
102.8
127.9
130.3

.2
.2
1.8
1.3
-.3

.2
.2
-.7
0
-.2

2023-Z89
2023-S
2021-S
2026-S
2024
2024-P
2024-1
2024-114
2024-115
2024-11502
2024-11503
2024-117
2024-151
2024-184
2024-18401
2024-18402
2024-196
2024-197
2024-19701
2024-SM
2024-M
2024-Z89
2024-S
2024-SS
2026-S

Bulk ice cream and custard (3 gallons or m o re )........................................
Consumer-size ice cream and custard (16 oz. to less than 3 gallo n s)..
Regular and e c o n o m y .................................................................................
Novelty forms (ice cream and custard) .......................................................
W ater ic e s ..........................................................................................................
Consumer-size ice milk (16 oz. to less than 3 g a llo n s )...........................
Superpremium and prem ium ......................................................................
Regular and e c o n o m y ........................ .........................................................
Other frozen dairy d e s s e rts ............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................................................................................
R e s a le s ......... .....................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

2026

Packaged fluid milk and related pro d u c ts .......................................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged (including U .H .T .)...........................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, Northeast r e g io n ........................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, North Central re g io n .................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, Southern region ........................................
Fluid whole milk, packaged, Western re g io n ...........................................
Lowfat milk, 0.5 - 2.0% butterfat, packaged (including U.H.T.)...............
Lowfat milk, packaged, Northeast region ................................................
Lowfat milk packaged, North Central re g io n ..........................................
Lowfat milk, packaged, Southern re g io n ..................................................
Lowfat milk packaged, Western re g io n ...................................................
Skim milk, packaged (including U .H .T .).......................................................
Cream, light, with less than 36% butterfat (coffee cre a m )......................
Sour cream, unflavored...................................................................................
Half and h a lf......................................................................................................
Whipped topping with a butterfat b a s e ........................................................
Cottage cheese (including farmers’ cheese, pot cheese and bakers’
ch e e se )................................................................... ....................... ................
Cottage cheese, manufactured and creamed at the establishm ent......
Yogurt, except frozen .................................................. ........... ...........................
Products which substitute for fluid milk products ..........................................
Coffee w h ite n e rs..............................................................................................
Other packaged milk products, n.e.c........................ ........................................
Flavored milks (chocolate milk, etc.) ...........................................................
Other milk products (eggnog, buttermilk, acidophilus milk,
reconstituted milk, e tc .).................... .......................... ............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................... .............................................................
Ice cream and frozen d e s s e rts ......................................................................
Other secondary products ........................................ .................... .................

July 1994

June 1991

0
0
0

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

203

12/84

124.4

124.7

125.4

1.1

.6

Canned specialties.............................................. ............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Canned baby foods except cereal and b is c u its ............................................
Vegetables ........................... .............................................................................
Canned soups, except frozen or s e a fo o d .......................................................
Canned dry beans including baked ........ ........................ ............................
Beans with p o r k ................................................................................................
Beans with pork (7 1 to 18.0 o u n c e s )......................................................
Beans with sauce, vegetarian s ty le ..............................................................
Beans with sauce, vegetarian style (other sizes) ..................................
Other canned dry beans, including chile con cam e with less than
20% m e a t......................................................... .................. ......................
Other canned dry beans, 13.1 to 18 o u n c e s ........................ .................
Other canned beans, all other s iz e s ........................................................

2032
2032-P
2032-1
2032-131
2032-2
2032-3
2032-37
2032-373
2032-38
2032-384

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
06/91
12/82
06/91
06/91

153.4
160.4
189.4
210.3
197.5
115.8
91.1
115.1
103.2
103.3

153.7
160.7
189.4
210.3
197.7
116.6
91.1
115.1
103.2

153.8
160.9
189.4
210.3
198.3
116.6
91.1
115.2
103.2

2.5
2.7
3.5
4.7
3.7
2.0
1.9
1.2
1.9

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

(3)

(3)

2032-39
2032-392
2032-393

06/91
12/82
12/82

94.9
102.0
119.7

96.7
102.0
124.6

96.7
102.0
124.6

See footnotes at end of table.




18

(3)
2.1
.1
4.5

(3)
0
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Canned specialties—Continued
Canned specialty fo o d s ................................................................. ....................
Spanish foods (Mexican rice, tortillas, ench ila das)...................................
Other canned specialties, including gravy and puddings (other than
meats) .........................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................... ....................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................... ................. .......................................
Other secondary products ..................... .........................................................
Canned fruits and v e g e ta b le s............ ..........................................................
Canned fruits, vegetables, preserves, jams, and je llie s ...........................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................................................ .....................................
Canned fruits, except baby fo o d ......................................................................
Apples .......
Cherries, sweet
Fruit pie mixes
Apple pie mix
Cherry pie mix
Applesauce
Peaches, including s p ic e d ..............................................................................
Pears, including spiced ..... ................. ...........................................................
Other canned fru it............................................................................................
Canned vegetables, except hominy and mushrooms ..................................
Fresh lima b e a n s .............................................................................................
Beans, green and wax (including blue la k e ) ....................... .......................
C a rro ts..................................................... ..........................................................
Vegetable com binations..................................................................................
Pumpkin and squash (including pie mix) .....................................................
Spinach .......................................................... ...................................................
White p o ta to e s ....................................... ..................................................... ....
Sauerkraut...................................................................... ...................................
A sparagus..........................................................................................................
Beets ..................................................................................................................
Sweet corn, whole k e rn e l................................................................... ...........
Sweet corn, cream style ......................... .......................................................
Green p e a s .......................................................................................................
T o m a to e s......................................................................................... .................
Other canned vegetables ...............................................................................
Canned hominy and mushrooms .....................................................................
M ushroom s.......................................................................................................
Canned or fresh fruit juices, nectars, and conce ntrates..............................
Canned fruit juices, nectars, and con ce n tra te s.........................................
Apple juice, single s tre n g th ........................................................................
Orange juice, single s tre n g th ............................... ......................................
Grape juice, single s tre n g th .......................................................................
Pineapple juice, single stre n g th ............................. ...................................
Grapefruit juice, single strength ....................................... ......................
Other single strength fruit juices and mixtures of fruit ju ic e s ..............
Fruit juice, concentrated, hot p a c k ...........................................................
Fresh fruit juices and nectars .................................. .....................................
Fresh orange juice, single s tre n g th ..........................................................
Other fresh fruit juices and n e c ta rs .... .....................................................
Canned vegetable ju ic e s ...... ............. ...............................................................
Tomato ju ic e ......................................................................................................
Catsup and other tomato sauces, etc. .............................................................
Tomato sauces ................................................................................................
Tomato sauces, 7.1 10 oz. size .............................................................
Tomato sauces, other s iz e s ........................................................................
C a ts u p .............................. .................................................................................
Catsup, 1 4 - 3 2 oz. s iz e ..............................................................................
Catsup, all other s iz e s ..................................................... ...........................
Spaghetti, pizza, and marinara sauces (less than 20 percent m e a t) ....
Chili s a u c e ........................................................................................................
Tomato p a s te ....................................................................................................
Tomato paste, all other sizes (incl b u lk )..................................................
Tomato pulp and puree ....................................................... £........................
Jams, jellies and preserves ...............................................................................
Pure strawberry jams and preserves ...........................................................
Other pure jams and p re serves....................................................................
Pure grape je lly ................................................................................................
Other pure jellies .............................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................................................... .......................
Canned s p e c ia ltie s .... ......................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................... .......................
Frozen fruits and vege tables..........................................................................
Bottled and canned soft d rin k s .....................................................................

July
19952

119.2
156.9

119.0
156.9

2032-4
2032-493

12/82
12/82

118.6
155.8

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

12/82

122.6

124.1

12/82
12/82
12/82

132.4
128.5
135.4

132.6
128.8
135.8

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/81
06/81
12/87
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
10/88
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
08/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/95
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/95
06/95
06/95
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/87
12/87
06/81
12/87
12/87
06/95
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

129.5
128.3
134.4
127.1
136.9
125.4
121.4
122.4
136.1
156.5
113.1

131.0
129.9
133.5
127.1
134.3
122.2
121.4
118.0
136.1
156.8
100.9

(3)
115.5
131.8
108.5
142.1
133.2

(3)
120.5
131.8
115.0
142.1
133.7

(3)
116.6
144.3
165.2
101.4
169.7
90.7
92.5
102.1
135.3
115.7
134.3
133.1
135.6

(3)
116.6
142.8
165.2
102.5
169.7
95.5
98.9
117.1
138.6
118.2
132.8
131.6
135.7
100.0
139.2
141.4
140.6
131.5
120.7
120.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
137.7
135.3
128.2
144.9
98.4
122.4
123.2
101.3
(3)
(3)
(3)
114.9
115.1
113.8
137.3
128.8
152.0
116.2
144.8

(3)
100.0
100.0
100.0
139.8
137.4
129.5
146.1
(3)
119.7
125.5
103.2

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/95

94.0
92.9
148.3
138.7
146.4
157.2

100.6
99.4
148.3
138.8
146.7
156.6
100.0

2033
2033-P
2033-1
2033-112
2033-124
2033-162
2033-16261
2033-16263
2033-171
2033-174
2033-175
2033-198
2033-2
2033-203
2033-207
2033-215
2033-235
2033-253
2033-255
2033-275
2033-276
2033-291
2033-293
2033-294
2033-295
2033-296
2033-297
2033-299
2033-3
2033-321
2033-4
2033-4A
2033-411
2033-415
2033-425
2033-428
2033-431
2033-472
2033-494
2033-4B
2033-496
2033-498
2033-5
2033-515
2033-6
2033-614
2033-61413
2033-61419
2033-621
2033-62122
2033-62123
2033-631
2033-651
2033-662
2033-66264
2033-691
2033-8
2033-811
2033-815
2033-821
2033-825
2033-SM
2033-M
2033-Z89
2033-S
2032-S
2033-SSS
2037-S
2086-S

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

19

(3)
139.2
141.0
136.7
131.5
120.7
121.4

(3)

(3)
100.0
(3)
114.9
115.1
114.2
138.0
147.1
137.2
120.4
145.4

July 1994

June 1995

0.8
-.3

-0.2
0

123.5

1.1

-.5

132.5
128.9
135.4

1.7
2.9
.6

-.1
.1
-.3

132.4
131.0
135.6
127.8

.5
.2
1.8
6.9

1.1
.8
1.6
.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
136.5
161.1
104.3
98.1
122.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
5.8
3.3
-19.4

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
.3
2.7
3.4

(3)
-3.1

(3)
1.2

(3)
116.2
142.0
133.7
151.4

(3)
-5.4
-.2
-3.8

(3)
1.0
-.1
0

(3)
(3)
-1.4
.5
-5.1
-11.6
-6.1
-12.6
2.3
-1.8
3.6
-3.7
-3.7
1.4

(3)
(3)
.1
-1.8
.1
-3.1
5.8
0
.9
-.4
1.4
.1
.1
.1
0
-.2
0
0

(3)
142.9
162.3
102.6
164.4
101.0
98.9
118.1
138.0
119.9
132.9
131.7
135.8
100.0
138.9
141.4
140.6

(3)
.4
3.8
2.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
148.1
100.1
100.0
100.2
139.8
137.4
130.7
146.0
113.2
(3)
125.5
103.2
113.7
103.0
173.0
114.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-1.6
-1.6
2.6
-2.7
-1.0
(3)
7.0
7.8

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

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.1

(3)
3.0
(3)
0

(3)
(3)
139.0
147.1
137.2
124.4

(3)
(3)
.1
1.3
-8.0
7.6

(3)
(3
)
.7
0
0
3.3

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)
0
0

108.5

9.2

7.9

(3)
148.7
141.0
146.7

(3)
1.0
3.4
2.9

(3)
.3
1.6
0

(3)
100.3

(3)

(3)
.3

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Product
code

Index
base
C C
D _
C C
D
U v<l

Industry and product1

Industry
code

Mar.
19952

Dried and dehydrated fruits, vegetables, and s o u p s ...........................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ..................................................... ...........................................
Dried fruits and v e g e ta b le s...........................................................................
Dried fruits ....................................................................................................
R a is in s ............................................................. .........................................
P rune s........................................................................................................
Other fruits and fruit flo u rs ....................................................................
Dried v e g e ta b le s..........................................................................................
Potatoes (including flakes, granules, slices, dices, e tc .)..... ............
Consumer sized: 1 lb. or le s s ...........................................................
Commercial size: over 1 l b .................................................. ..............
Onions .......................................................................................................
Vegetable powders, meals, and flo u r s ................................... ............
Other ve g e ta b le s.....................................................................................
Dried s o u p s ......... ............................................................................................
Dried soups ..................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................
Pickled fruits and vegetables, vegetable sauces and seasonings, and salad
dre ssin g s................................................................................................ ..............
Primary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................
Pickles and other pickled p ro d u c ts .............................................................
Finished pickles and other pickled pro d u cts..........................................
Dill pickles (processed, natural, or kosher) .......................................
Sour p ic k le s .............................................................................................
Sweet p ic k le s ............................................................................................
Refrigerated pickles (including overnight, half sour, artificially
acidified, etc.) .................................................. ............ ....................
Other finished pickled products (including mixes, gherkins, relish,
onions, etc.) .......................................................................................
Prepared meat sauces (except tom a to-based ).........................................
Prepared m u s ta rd ................................................... .................... ...............
Other sauces (including worchestershire, soy, pepper, horseradish,
seafood, e t c .) ................................. ......................................... ............
Mayonnaise, salad dressings and sandwich s p re a d s .............................
Thick, spoon type salad dressings (regular or low c a lo rie )................
Mayonnaise (regular or low c a lo rie )........................ ................. ..............
Pourable salad dressings (regular or low c a lo rie )................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........ ......................... ...................... ................ .............
Canned fruits and v e g e ta b le s ...................................................................
Other secondary products .........................................................................
Frozen fruits and vege tables...................................................................................
Primary productio n.................................... .........................................................
Frozen fruits, juices, ades, drinks, and c o c k ta ils ....... ..............................
Frozen fru its ........ .............. ..........................................................................
Frozen fruit and berry juices, co n c e n tra te d ...........................................
Frozen orange ju ic e ......... ......................................................................
Consumer and institutional s iz e s ......................................................
6.1 oz. to 12 o z ................................................... ............................
12.1 oz. to 24 o z ..............................................................................
B u lk ....................................................................................... .................
Frozen grapefruit ju ic e ............................................................................
Frozen grapefruit juice, all other s iz e s .............................................
Frozen grape ju ic e ..................................................................................
Frozen grape juice, 10.1 to 13 o z ....................................................
Frozen fruit ades, drinks, and cocktails, conce ntrated ........................
Frozen le m o n a d e ..................................................... ..............................
Citrus p u lp ................................................................................................
Frozen vege tables............................................................................... ...........
Frozen green beans, regular and french c u t .... ................................
Frozen lima beans; baby, emerald, and fo rd h o o k ................................
Frozen b ro c c o li.............................................................. ............................
Frozen c a rro ts .............................................................................................
Frozen cauliflow er........................................... ...........................................
Frozen green p e a s ..... ...............................................................................
Frozen spinach............................................................................................
Frozen vegetable combinations (succotash, peas & carrots/onions,
mixed vegetables, e tc .) ............................. ......................... ...............
Frozen french fried p o ta to e s ....................................................................
Frozen french fried potatoes, two lbs and u n d e r .............................
Frozen french fried potatoes, over two lbs.........................................
Other frozen potato products (patties, puffs, e tc .) ...............................
Frozen sweet cut corn, y e llo w ....... .........................................................
Frozen sweet cob corn, y e llo w .............................. .................................
Other frozen v e g e ta b le s .......................................................... .................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...... .................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................
Canned fruits and v e g e ta b le s ..................................................................
All other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................

June
19952

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
06/91
06/91
12/82
06/91
12/82
12/82
12/82

136.9
136.1
138.7
114.5
97.7
153.1
121.8
155.3
190.5
103.1
92.5
103.5
106.7
105.7
126.0
126.0

137.7
136.8
140.5
117.0
100.5
157.9
122.6
155.2
188.4
102.9
91.0
103.7
106.7
106.2
122.9
122.9

138.9
138.0
142.2
119.0
(3)
155.2
122.6
155.7
191.4
102.9
93.2
103.8
106.7
105.9
122.7
122.7

0.6
.4
1.1
2.1

0.9
.9
1.2
1.7

(3)
-.1
-.8
-.4
1.0
.1
1.4
-3.2
.9
-.1
-1.9
-1.9

(3)
-1.7
0
.3
1.6
0
2.4
.1
0
-.3
-.2
-.2

12/82

135.2

136.7

136.9

1.7

.1

2035-P
2035-2
2035-A
2035-221
2035-223
2035-225

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/94
06/81
06/94
06/81

156.6
162.1
175.7
103.1
177.2
100.8
178.7

155.6
160.8
171.2
99.9
170.2
(3)
167.7

156.3
161.4
173.1
100.7
172.3
(3)
170.8

2.1
1.0
3.3
1.6
3.1
(3)
-4.8

.4
.4
1.1
.8
1.2
(3)
1.8

2035-229

06/94

102.9

103.0

103.0

3.0

0

2035-233
2035-3
2035-311

06/81
06/81
06/81

174.4
150.6
150.4

172.5
150.7
150.4

171.7
150.7
150.4

3.7
.4

-.5
0
0

2035-351
2035-4
2035-411
2035-423
2035-439
2035-SM
2035-S
2033-S
2035-SSS

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

150.8
156.8
162.1
161.0
156.8

151.0
156.5
161.6
160.5
157.4

151.0
156.7
161.6
160.4
158.5

.4'
0
1.4
-.1
1.1

0
.1
0
-.1
.7

06/81
10/83
06/81

150.3
146.7
153.6

150.1
146.7
153.2

151.4
153.1
153.2

6.5
10.2
(3)

.9
4.4
0

06/81
06/81
06/81
12/90
12/90
06/81
12/90
12/90
12/90
12/90
07/81
07/81
06/81
06/81
12/90
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

134.3
127.2
113.3
110.5
98.2
100.2
95.6
93.4
98.3
83.3
114.9
114.4
113.1
115.2
109.1
127.3
129.8
137.6
116.3
153.7
117.1
131.2
115.0
138.0
143.6

134.1
127.0
115.0
103.5
98.9
101.3
94.9
93.4
95.2
87.6
114.1
113.5
(3)
(3)
126.9
(3)
(3)
136.1
115.7
151.4
121.5
131.2
117.3
137.8
147.6

134.0
126.9
115.6
106.5
99.1
101.6
95.6
93.4
98.3
87.0
114.4
113.9
113.1
115.2
127.3
(3)
(3)
135.5
114.3
151.4
119.7
131.2
117.3
137.8
148.7

1.5
1.0
8.1
.2
5.8
8.9
9.3
9.4
9.5
8.1
-5.3
-5.8
-1.0
-.9
38.1
(3)
(3)
-2.7
-3.5
-2.6
4.4
1.2
2.2
-5.1
4.6

-.1
-.1
.5
2.9
.2
.3
.7
0
3.3
-.7
.3
.4
(3)
(3)
.3
(3)
(3)
-.4
-1.2
0
-1.5
0
0
0
.7

12/90
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

101.7
149.6
123.8
155.0
119.8
134.3
143.5
144.1

101.5
145.3
109.5
152.3
121.5
134.8
141.4
143.4

101.1
144.4
107.0
151.7
122.0
133.4
140.0
143.5

-.8
-4.6
-18.5
-2.6
-1.3
-4.6
-4.4
-.2

-.4
-.6
-2.3
-.4
.4
-1.0
-1.0
.1

06/81
06/81
06/81

114.4
117.0
118.0

114.9

114.4
117.4
117.3

1.1
1.7
0

(3)
-.5

2034
2034-P
2034-A
2034-1
2034-113
2034-115
2034-123
2034-2
2034-213
2034-21311
2034-21312
2034-237
2034-238
2034-241
2034-B
2034-3
2034-SM
2034-S

2035

2037
2037-P
2037-1
2037-1A
2037-1B
2037-179
2037-1791
2037-17912
2037-17913
2037-1792
2037-183
2037-18302
2037-191
2037-19102
2037-1C
2037-189
2037-197
2037-2
2037-213
2037-221
2037-225
2037-233
2037-235
2037-241
2037-242
2037-245
2037-248
2037-24801
2037-24802
2037-249
2037-253
2037-255
2037-298
2037-SM
2037-S
2033-S
2037-SSS

See footnotes at end of table.




20

(3)
117.9

July 1994

(3)

June 1995

-.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

June
19952

July
19952

12/82
12/82
12/82
06/91
12/82

132.4
136.1
134.3
99.5
148.2

131.7
135.3
133.3
98.7
145.0

133.0
136.9
135.2
101.3
149.4

0.2
.3
-.3
.2
.3

1.0
1.2
1.4
2.6
3.0

'12/82
12/82
12/82
06/91
06/91
06/91
06/91
06/91
06/91

129.8
123.9
112.0
103.7
102.6
108.4
105.5
107.9
104.5

129.8
122.8
111.5
100.4
102.6
108.4
105.5
107.9
104.5

132.8
122.8
111.0
101.8
102.6
108.4
105.5
107.9
104.5

.1
-.7
-.7
-1.7
.1
2.7
1.5
0
2.1

2.3
0
-.4
1.4
0
0
0
0
0

12/82

133.6

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

July 1994

June 1995

Frozen sp e cia ltie s...........................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Frozen dinners; beef, pork, and poultry pies; and nationality foods ..........
Frozen dinners, entrees and side dishes (including rice d is h e s )...... .
Frozen d in n e rs...............................................................................................
Frozen entrees and side dishes (excluding rice dishes and
nationality fo o d s ) ............................................................. .....................
Frozen nationality foods
............
Frozen p izza.....
............
............
Frozen Mexican food
Frozen Italian food, excluding p iz z a .........................................................
Other frozen specialties .....................................................................................
Other frozen specialties, n.e.c........................................................................
Frozen waffles, pancakes, and French t o a s t..........................................
Other frozen specialties, except seafood, including soups, etc...........
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..... ........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................. ...........................................................

2038

Grain mill pro d u cts................................ .........................................................................

204

12/84

121.9

124.0

125.5

.6

1.2

Flour and other grain mill p ro d u c ts ...................................................... ......................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Wheat flour, except flour mixes .......................................................................
Baker’s and institutional flo u r ............................................................ ............
White bread-type flo u r .................................................................................
Bakers’ and institutional white bread-type flour shipped in b u lk .....
Bakers’ and institutional white bread-type flour shipped in
co n ta in e rs ...........................................................................................
Soft wheat flo u r ............................................................................................
Bakers’ and institutional soft wheat flour shipped in b u lk ................
Family f lo u r .......................................................................................... .............
Family flour, < 25 pounds, incl. all-purpose for domestic donation ...
Family white flour > = 25 pounds, incl. all-purpose for domestic
do n a tio n ....................................... ..........................................................
Flour shipped to blenders and other pro c e s s o rs ......................................
Flour shipped to blenders and other processors for use in food
p roducts..................................................................................................
Other wheat flo u r .............................................................................................
Whole wheat f lo u r ........................................................................................
Durum flour and sem olina...........................................................................
Self-rising flour, all sizes .............................................................................
Other wheat mill p ro d u cts....................................... ..........................................
Wheat mill fe e d .... ............................................................................................
Other wheat mill products, including wheat germ, wheat bran, etc........
Corn mill products ............................................................................ ...................
Whole co rn m e a l...............................................................................................
Degermed c o rn m e a l.... ......................................... ..........................................
Corn grits and flakes, for brewer’s use .......................................................
Hominy feed, cornmeal and other by-products of dry corn m illin g ........
Corn f lo u r ..........................................................................................................
Blended and prepared f lo u r ...............................................................................
Biscuit m ixe s..... .............. .................................................................................
Biscuit mixes, less than 5 p o u n d s ............................................................
Other prepared flour mixes ............................................................................
Other prepared flour mixes, less than 5 pounds ....................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...........................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................... .............................................................
R e s a le s ................................................... ...........................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2041
2041-P
2041-1
2041-1B
2041-1B1
2041-111

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/92
06/92
06/83

106.1
105.0
107.9
94.8
94.4
103.9

111.7
111.3
118.6
108.1
108.7
120.3

117.5
117.3
125.2
115.8
116.7
131.8

15.5
16.7
24.2
28.1
29.4
34.2

5.2
5.4
5.6
7.1
7.4
9.6

2041-113
2041-1B2
2041-115
2041-1C
2041-121

06/83
06/92
06/83
06/92
06/83

103.0
96.3
117.2
91.3
107.5

114.6
105.7
130.5
91.3
107.5

(3)
111.9
140.0
91.3
107.5

(3)
22.7
25.8
6.4
8.6

(3)
5.9
7.3
0
0

2041-123
2041-1D

06/83

133.2

133.2

133.2

-.1

0

2041-129
2041-1E
2041-131
2041-151
2041-171
2041-2
2041-213
2041-219
2041-3
2041-311
2041-315
2041-323
2041-365
2041-393
2041-5
2041-5C
2041-556
2041-5E
2041-568
2041-SM
2041-M
2041-Z89
2041-S

06/83
06/92
06/83
08/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/92
06/83

98.2
115.6
131.6
100.1
122.3
74.0
71.5
113.3
94.6
115.3
99.7
101.2
68.2
98.5
133.7

101.5
118.3
141.1

109.9
118.9
141.1

19.5
14.0
9.5

8.3
.5
0

(3)
122.3
56.1
52.5
107.8
99.3
120.5
105.9
107.7
72.5
100.9
133.7

(3)
122.3
61.3
58.0
110.9
103.0
122.5
109.6
112.7
77.2
104.3
136.6

(3)
3.8
-16.5
-18.7
2.9
3.2
4.5
-.2
4.4
13.7
.2
2.3

0
9.3
10.5
2.9
3.7
1.7
3.5
4.6
6.5
3.4
2.2

06/83
06/92
10/83

167.5
106.7
117.9

167.5
106.7
117.9

174.0
110.5
122.1

3.9
4.0
4.1

3.9
3.6
3.6

06/92
06/92
06/83

100.3
100.2
142.7

100.3
100.2
124.7

100.3
100.2
151.3

0
0
14.8

0
0
21.3

Cereal breakfast fo o d s ............................................................................................... ...
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Ready to serve cereal breakfast fo o d s ...........................................................
Corn flakes and other corn breakfast fo o d s .... ...................... ...................
Wheat flakes and other wheat breakfast fo o d s ........................................
Oat breakfast fo o d s ...... ................ ............................................. ....................
Preparations of other grains and mixed grains, excluding infant
c e re a ls..................................................................................... ...................
To be cooked before serving cereal breakfast fo o d s ..................................
Rolled oats and oatmeal ........................................................ .......................
Instant hot cereals, all types of g ra in ..............................................................

2043
2043-P
2043-1
2043-111
2043-112
2043-115

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

168.2
178.8
178.2
175.0
172.0
185.8

168.8
179.7
178.6
175.0
173.0
186.8

168.6
179.4
178.7
175.2
172.9
186.9

2.6
-.3
-.7
.1
-2.7
.6

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

2043-119
2043-2
2043-253
2043-3

12/83
12/83
12/92
12/92

183.7
180.8
103.2
108.5

183.7
(3)
(3)
115.1

183.7
180.8
103.2
110.2

-.1
2.0
2.1
4.2

(3)
(3)
-4.3

Rice m illin g.......... ............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................... ............
Head r ic e ................................................ ..............................................................
Long grain milled r ic e ......................................................................................
Packed in 100-pound bags or m o re .........................................................
Packed in all other containers...................................................................
Medium grain milled rice .................................................................................
Packed in 100-pound bags or m o re .........................................................

2044
2044-P
2044-1
2044-101
2044-10103
2044-10107
2044-103
2044-10303

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

92.2
89.8
93.8
96.5
88.6
93.5
94.0
82.2

105.5
103.4
108.6
116.0
108.3
109.5
99.2
88.1

106.5
104.5
109.4
116.2
107.5
111.4
101.7
91.0

7.6
8.1
8.3
15.6
15.6
14.1
-7.7
-9.8

.9
1.1
.7
.2
-.7
1.7
2.5
3.3

2038-P
2038-2
2038-22
2038-223
2038-226
2038-25
2038-252
2038-253
2038-255
2038-4
2038-46
2038-463
2038-469
2038-SM
2038-S

See footnotes at end of table.




21

(3)

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Rice milling—Continued
Packed in all other containers..... ........... .................. ................................
Other milled rice and bypro d u c ts ......................................................................
All other milled rice and b y p ro d u c ts ............................................................

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

2044-10307
2044-2
2044-298

126.1
71.6
105.8

-5.4
4.8
9.8

1.7
3.3
2.3

06/85
06/85

115.4
113.2

115.5
113.4

115.7
113.4

.3
-.5

.2
0

06/85
06/85
06/92
06/85
06/85
06/92
06/85
06/92
06/85
06/92
06/85
06/85
06/92
06/85
06/92
06/92
06/92

113.2
111.5
105.1
111.4
125.8
101.5
139.9
102.3
126.5
102.6
131.7
81.1
109.4
121.9
103.9
104.6
103.2

113.4
111.5
105.2
111.6
125.8
101.5
139.9
102.3
126.7
102.8
131.7
81.8
108.6
121.9
104.8
105.7
103.7

113.4
111.5
105.2
111.6
125.8
101.5
140.0
102.6
127.5
102.8
131.6
81.8
108.6
121.9
104.8
105.7
103.7

-.5
1.5
1.2
-.1
2.1
.1
.1
.7
1.8
.8
.2
1.9
-.6
-5.9
1.0
1.1
.8

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

06/85

127.7

127.7

129.3

2.1

1.3

2046-P
2046-1
2046-101
2046-10103
2046-10105
2046-105
2046-3
2046-301
2046-303
2046-7
2046-701
2046-703

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

124.2
124.7
127.4
140.0
149.2
126.5
117.8
138.4
141.5
127.0
113.1
122.5
134.1

123.6
125.0
127.5
140.0
149.2
126.5
117.8
142.7
146.6
128.0
108.7
122.4
120.0

124.6
126.2
127.5
140.0
149.2
126.5
117.9
144.0
147.7
129.3
114.2

-7.2
-8.2
-12.1
-8.9
-8.0
-10.4
-13.6
1.8
1.1

(3)
126.3

(3)
-19.2

.8
1.0
0
0
0
0
.1
.9
.8
1.0
5.1
(3)
5.3

2046-705

06/85

84.9

80.1

80.8

-11.4

.9

2047-P
2047-3
2047-321
2047-323

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

123.1
124.0
129.7
138.4
136.4

124.0
125.0
131.1
143.2
136.4

123.9
124.9
131.0
141.5
136.4

-.7
-.8
.1
4.3
0

-.1
-.1
-.1
-1.2
0

06/91
06/91
12/85
12/85
12/85
06/91

99.5
108.8
114.2
127.8
129.6
93.7

100.0
110.6
114.2
(3)
129.6
93.6

100.1
110.4
114.2
127.8
129.6
93.6

-2.3
1.1
-3.0
0
0
-6.2

.1
-.2
0

12/85

110.0

109.8

109.8

3.8

0

12/80
12/80
06/91
06/91
12/85
12/85
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/91
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/91
12/80
12/80

93.6
90.6
99.9
101.5
136.0
83.1
83.0
67.1
92.6
85.7
103.8
85.3
88.0
86.3
111.6
98.4
100.4
98.6
110.2
117.1
99.7

95.2
92.2
101.0
101.5
137.1
85.2
86.4
70.0
95.5
89.8
106.1
84.9
89.3
87.6
113.0
100.5
99.4
97.9
108.1
115.5
99.3

97.0
93.1
102.2

-2.3
-3.4
-3.7

1.9
1.0
1.2

(3)
141.4
85.4
87.5
70.3
96.7
91.0
107.5
86.8
89.2
87.4
113.0
101.6
99.4
97.8
108.1
118.7
100.5

(3)
-13.4
-4.6
-3.7
-5.0
-3.1
-4.3
-5.7
-4.8
-4.6
-6.0
1.8
-3.2
-5.5
-7.2
.3
-3.3
-1.6

(3)
3.1
.2
1.3
.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
2.2
-.1
-.2
0
1.1
0
-.1
0
2.8
1.2

2047

Prepared animal feeds, n.e.c.........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Specialty f e e d s ....................................................... .............................................
Fresh and frozen meat of horses and other animals for pet fo o d s ......
Bird feed (wild, tame, pigeon, game) ............................................................
Other specialty f e e d s ........................... ............... ...........................................
Chicken and turkey feed, supplements, concentrates, and p re m ix e s ......
Starter-grower complete chicken fe e d .........................................................
Layer-breeder complete chicken f e e d .........................................................
Broiler complete chicken f e e d .......................................................................
Layer-breeder chicken supplements and conce ntrates............................
Complete dairy cattle fe e d s ...............................................................................
Dairy cattle feed supplements, concentrates, and p re m ix e s ......................
Dairy feed supplements and conce ntrates...... ...........................................
Dairy cattle feed premixes (feed b a s e )........................................................
Complete swine fe e d s ........................................................................................
Swine feed supplements, concentrates, and prem ixes................................
Swine feed supplements and conc e n tra te s ................................................
Swine feed premixes (feed b a s e )..................................................................
Complete beef cattle feeds .......................... ....................................................
Beef cattle feed supplements, concentrates, and premixes ................ .......

124.0
69.3
103.4

2046

Dog and cat f o o d ........................................................................................ ...................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Dog fo o d .................................................................................................................
Canned ration-type dog f o o d .........................................................................
Other canned dog fo o d ..................... ................... ..........................................
Dry and semimoist dog food shipped in packages less than 25
pounds ........................................................................................................
Dry and semimoist dog food shipped in packages 25 pounds or more
Cat f o o d ...... ..........................................................................................................
Meat-based canned cat fo o d .........................................................................
Other (ration-meal) based canned cat food ........................ .......................
Dry cat fo o d ...................................................................................... ................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

119.3
63.1
86.6

2045

W et corn m illin g ..............................................................................................................
Primary products ................................................................ ......................................
Corn s w e e te n e rs..................................................................................................
Glucose syrup .................................. .............................................. .................
Type II (38 up to 58 dextrose e q u iv a le n t)...............................................
Types III and IV (58 or more dextrose equivalent)................................
High fructose corn syrup ........................ ........................................................
Manufactured s ta rc h ...........................................................................................
Corn s ta rc h ........................................................... ........................... ................
Other starch (including potato, wheat, rice, e t c .) .......................................
W et process corn byproducts............................................................................
Corn gluten f e e d .................................... ..........................................................
Corn gluten meal ..............................................................................................
Other wet process byproducts, including steepwater concentrate
(50% solids b a s is ).... ...............................................................................

06/84
06/84
06/84

2045-P

Blended and prepared flo u r...........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Flour mixes and refrigerated and frozen doughs and batters, made from
purchased m ate rials.....................................................................................
Flour m ix e s ........................ ................................................................................
Pancake and waffle m ix e s ............................................. ...........................
Pancake and waffle mixes, less than 5 p o u n d s.................................
Pancake and waffle mixes, 5 pounds or m o re ...................................
Cake mixes, including g ingerbread...........................................................
Cake mixes, including gingerbread, 5 pounds or m o re .....................
Biscuit m ix e s ..................................................................................................
Biscuit mixes, 5 pounds or m o re ...........................................................
Other prepared flour m ix e s .........................................................................
Other prepared flour mixes, including cookie, less than 5 pounds .
Other prepared flour mixes, including cookie, 5 pounds or more ...
Doughnut and other sweet yeast goods mixes .....................................
Refrigerated doughs and b a tte rs ...................................................................
Frozen doughs and b a tte rs ............................................................................
Frozen bread and bread-type roll doughs, all s iz e s ..............................
All other frozen doughs and batters, all sizes .......................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....................... ......................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...... ................. ......... ............ ............... ...............................

2048

2045-5
2045-5A
2045-5AA
2045-551
2045-552
2045-5AB
2045-554
2045-5AC
2045-557
2045-5AE
2045-568
2045-569
2045-563
2045-5B
2045-5C
2045-591
2045-593
2045-SM
2045-S

2047-326
2047-338
2047-4
2047-443
2047-445
2047-454
2047-SM
2047-S

2048-P
2048-A
2048-A 01
2048-A09
2048-A 13
2048-1
2048-111
2048-115
2048-116
2048-122
2048-2
2048-3
2048-301
2048-302
2048-4
2048-5
2048-503
2048-504
2048-6
2048-7

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

22

(3)
-10.6

(3)
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Prepared animal feeds, n.e.c.—Continued
Beef cattle feed supplements and c o n c e n tra te s ..................................
Beef cattle feed premixes (feed b a s e )....................................................
Other poultry and livestock feeds, including duck, goose, horse, mule,
etc................................................................................... .............................
Complete horse and mule fe e d s ..............................................................
Other complete livestock feeds (sheep,etc.)..........................................
Horse and mule feed supplements and concentrates..........................
Other livestock feed supplements and concentrates (sheep, etc.) ....
Other prepared animal feeds incl. feeding materials and a d ju n cts.......
Grain -- ground, rolled, pulverized, chopped, or crimped, excluding
c o rn m e a l...................................... .........................................................
Mineral mixture, including oyster shells, prepared for feed u s e .........
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..........................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...................................................................................
R e s a le s ........................................................... ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

2048-705
2048-706

101.1
100.4

-1.8
.7

1.3
.9

12/80
12/80
06/91
12/80
06/91
12/80

102.8
112.3
101.0
141.5
102.4
91.3

104.3
113.8
104.7
142.8
102.4
95.3

105.3
115.2
104.7
143.2
103.0
93.0

.3
1.0
-1.9
.8
-.8
5.9

1.0
1.2
0
.3
.6
-2.4

12/80
06/91

61.0
106.0

66.0
106.2

66.4
106.3

7.8
2.4

.6
.1

12/80
12/80
12/80

115.4
103.6
141.9

117.3
105.4
142.7

130.8
117.5
142.7

6.9
6.9
.6

11.5
11.5
0

12/84

2051

2052

Frozen bakery products, except b re a d ..................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................
Frozen bakery pro d u cts.................................................................................
Frozen pies (fruit, custard and cream ty p e )...........................................

99.8
99.5

205

Cookies and c ra cke rs................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................
Crackers, cracker sandwiches, and p re tz e ls .............................................
C ra cke rs........................................................................................................
Graham cra ck e rs ......................................................................................
S a ltin e s ................................................................................................. ....
Other cra c k e rs .........................................................................................
Cracker san d w ic h e s ............................... ...................................................
Pretzels .........................................................................................................
Cookies and ice cream c o n e s ......................................................................
Cookies .........................................................................................................
Sandwich cookies ...................................................................................
All other cookies and w a fe rs ................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .........................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..................................................................................
R e s a le s .........................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

100.3
99.3

2048-911
2048-922
2048-SM
2048-M
2048-Z89
2048-S

Bread and other bakery products, except cookies and c rackers......................
Primary products ..................................................................................................
B re a d ..................................................................................................................
White b re a d ................................................................................................ .
White pan b re a d .......................................................................................
White pan bread, N o rth e a s t...............................................................
White pan bread, North C e ntral.........................................................
White pan bread, S o u th ......................................................................
White pan bread, W e s t.......................................................................
White hearth b re a d ..................................................................................
Other bread ..................................................................................................
Dark wheat b re a d ..................................................... ...............................
Rye b re a d .............................................................................................. 1.
Other variety bread, including raisin, potato, oatmeal, canned,
etc.........................................................................................................
Bread type rolls, stuffing, and crum b s.........................................................
Bread type rolls, including buns, bagels, muffins, croissants, etc.......
Hamburger and weiner rolls or b u n s ....................................................
Brown and serve ro lls ................................................................. ............
English m u ffin s ........ ................................................................................
B a g e ls ........................................................................................................
Other bread type ro lls .............................................................................
Sweet yeast g o o d s ..........................................................................................
Yeast raised dou g h n u ts.............................................................................
Other sweet yeast goods, including sweet rolls and c offee cake.......
Soft c a k e s .............................................................. ..........................................
Snack c a k e s .................................................................................................
Other soft c a k e s ..........................................................................................
Pies ...........................................,........................................................................
Snack p ie s .......................................................................................... .........
Other p ie s .....................................................................................................
P a strie s.............................................................................................................
Cake type dou ghnuts......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

12/80
06/91

2048-8
2048-816
2048-821
2048-823
2048-825
2048-9

Bakery p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................................

2053

2051-P
2051-1
2051-1A
2051-111
2051-11101
2051-11102
2051-11103
2051-11104
2051-113
2051-1B
2051-115
2051-117
2051-128
2051-2
2051-23
2051-233
2051-235
2051-236
2051-237
2051-239
2051-3
2051-313
2051-398
2051-4
2051-413
2051-418
2051-5
2051-513
2051-519
2051-6
2051-7
2051-SM
2051-M
2051-Z89
2051-S

2052-P
2052-1
2052-1A
2052-123
2052-125
2052-198
2052-1B
2052-1C
2052-2
2052-2A
2052-213
2052-237
2052-SM
2052-M
2052-Z89
2052-S

2053-P
2053-1
2053-111

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

23

148.0

148.5

148.9

2.3

.3

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

187.1
186.5
186.9
187.4
184.4
178.1
206.9
156.6
202.7
211.9
185.8
180.5
202.1

187.6
187.4
188.0
188.8
185.9
180.5
207.1
158.9
203.0
213.1
186.3
180.7
203.6

188.3
187.8
188.5
189.2
186.2
180.5
207.6
159.4
203.0
213.6
187.2
181.2
204.8

3.0
2.6
2.3
2.6
2.6
-1.9
-.2
5.4
7.0
2.5
1.8
1.3
2.7

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

0 6/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/8 0
06/80
06/94
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
0 6/80
0 6/80
06/80
06/80
06/80
0 6/80

188.5
179.7
180.1
178.6
160.8
201.7
104.9
180.9
173.5
180.7
168.6
201.8
214.8
174.2
202.3
223.7
176.0
174.5
181.6

189.0
180.7
180.6
177.7
160.8
204.6
104.9
184.7
174.3
182.2
169.1
202.1
214.9
174.7
202.8
223.7
178.0
176.3
181.7

190.8
181.0
180.9
177.8
160.8
205.3
106.1
184.6
175.0
183.2
169.7
202.3
214.8
176.0
202.8
223.7
178.0
176.8
181.8

2.7
3.0
2.9
2.5
0
4.9
5.7
2.8
3.4
2.5
3.8
2.6
2.7
2.3
1.0
.3
3.4
.1
2.2

1.0
.2
.2
.1
0
.3
1.1
-.1
.4
.5
.4
.1
0
.7
0
0
0
.3
.1

06/80
06/94
06/80

193.3
105.9
151.1

192.0
105.1
151.3

193.6
106.0
154.4

5.5
5.5
1.1

.8
.9
2.0

06/83
06/83
0 6/83
0 6/83
06/83
06/83
0 6/83
0 6/83
0 6/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
0 6/8 3

155.2
158.7
173.9
183.9
149.9
165.3
198.5
109.6
123.4
147.2
145.8
153.7
143.1

155.9
159.9
174.6
184.6
(3)
166.8
199.0
109.7
124.3
148.8
147.3
155.2
144.7

156.1
159.9
174.5
184.5
149.9
166.7
199.0
109.7
124.2
148.8
147.3
155.5
144.6

.5
1.1
.7
.5
0
-.2
.9
.1
2.7
1.4
1.2
.7
1.4

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

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

135.3
135.3
120.3

130.4
130.4
122.8

132.5
132.5
122.6

-4.9
-4.9
-1.7

1.6
1.6
-.2

06/91
12/82

107.1
150.1

107.5
150.8

107.5
150.8

1.0
.9

.0
0

12/82

162.5

162.6

162.6

.4

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Frozen bakery products, except bread—Continued
Sweet yeast goods including yeast raised doughnuts, sweet rolls,
coffeecake, etc ............................................................... .........................
Soft cakes including pound, layer, sheet, fruit, cheese, etc.....................
All other bakery products including cookies and pastries; excluding
bread and r o lls ....................................................... ..................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................

June
19952

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

2053-113
2053-114

12/82
12/82

129.3
134.2

129.3
136.2

129.1
136.2

0.9
2.0

-0.2
0

2053-119
2053-S

12/82
06/91

154.0
103.6

154.3
103.6

154.5
103.6

.7
2.3

.1
0

Sugar and confectionery pro d u c ts ...............................................................................

206

12/84

122.5

122.7

123.1

1.5

.3

Raw cane sugar m ills ....................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Raw cane s u g a r ...................................................................................................

2061
2061-P
2061-1

06/82
06/82
06/82

113.7
113.7
114.2

116.5
116.5
117.0

120.9
120.9
121.8

5.7
5.7
5.9

3.8
3.8
4.1

Cane sugar refinin g................................................... .....................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Refined cane s u g a r........................ ........................................ .............................
Granulated cane sugar, including cube and tablet s uga r.........................
Consumer units (containers of 25 lbs or le s s ).......................................
Commercial units (bags and other containers: over 25 lb s ) ................
Bulk shipments (rail cars, trucks, or b in s ).......................... .....................
Confectioners’ powdered s u g a r....................................................................
Brown or soft s u g a r.......... ...............................................................................

2062
2062-P
2062-1
2062-1A
2062-112
2062-114
2062-115
2062-13
2062-14

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

126.4
126.4
126.4
130.3
125.8
134.2
132.2
116.8
105.9

122.2
122.2
122.2
125.6
122.5
134.2
121.0
(3)
99.8

122.1
122.1
122.1
125.7
122.5
(3)
121.6

-1.2
-1.2
-1.2
-1.0
2.4
(3)
-7.1

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

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

Beet sugar processing ............ ........................................ .............................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ....... .................................................................. ............................
Refined beet su g a r...............................................................................................
Granulated beet sugar, including cube and tablet s u g a r .........................
Individual services (small paper packets) and consumer units
. (cartons and sacks: 25 lb or le s s ) ........ ............................................
Commercial units (bags and other containers: over 25 lb s ) ................
Bulk shipments (rail cars, trucks, or b in s ).......................... .....................
Confectioners’ powdered s u g a r................................................................... .
O ther beet sugar factory products and byproducts....... .............. ................
All other sugar beet refining products and byproducts, incl. dried
beet p u lp ....................................................................................................

2063
2063-P
2063-1
2063-1X

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

111.7
111.8
110.3
109.5

112.3
112.4
110.8
110.0

112.3
112.3
110.7
109.9

2.5
2.5
1.8
1.9

0
-.1
-.1
-.1

2063-107
2063-113
2063-115
2063-13
2063-2

10/82
11/82
06/82
11/82
06/82

97.7
112.4
105.5
122.9
125.4

97.2
113.2
105.9
122.9
127.6

97.2
113.1
105.9
122.9
127.6

2.3
1.2
2.3
2.1
7.3

0
-.1
0
0
0

2063-289

06/82

91.7

91.7

91.7

4.4

0

Candy and other confectionery products....................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................. ........................................
Chocolate and chocolate type confectionery products made from
purchased chocolate ...................................................................................
Solid chocolate confectionery pro d u cts.......................................................
Solid chocolate confectionery products without in clusions..................
Solid chocolate confectionery products with inclusions .......................
Enrobed or molded chocolate confectionery products .............................
Enrobed or molded chocolate confectionery products with candy,
fruit, or nut centers ................................................................................
Enrobed or molded chocolate confectionery products with bakery
product centers .....................................................................................
Panned chocolate confectionery products ..................................................
Chocolate assortments and other chocolate and chocolate type
confectionery products ......... ...................................................................
Nonchocolate type confectionery p ro d u c ts ....................................................
Hard c a n d y ........................................................................................................
Chewy nonchocolate candy, including granola b a rs .................................
Soft nonchocolate c a n d y .................................. .............................................
Iced/coated nonchocolate confectionery p roducts...................................
Panned nonchocolate confectionery products ...........................................
Licorice and licorice type confectionery p ro d u c ts .......... ..........................
Other confectionery type products ...................................................................
Other candy and confectionery products, n.e.c........ .................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary products ................................................ ............................................

2064
2064-P

06/83
06/83

136.7
138.1

137.0
138.5

137.6
139.0

1.5
1.3

.4
.4

2064-2
2064-2A
2064-211
2064-231
2064-251

06/83
06/91
06/91
06/91
06/91

130.8
101.9
102.6
101.3
102.7

130.8
101.9
102.6
101.3
102.6

131.1
102.1
102.8
101.3
102.9

1.0
.4
.2
.5
.7

.2
.2
.2
0
.3
.3

Chocolate and cocoa p ro d u c ts ............................................. ......................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................. ........................
Chocolate coatings ................................ ............................................................
Sweet chocolate coatings ..............................................................................
Milk chocolate c o a tin g s ............................ ......................................................
Confectionery (cocoa) c o a tin g s ........................ ............................................
Chocolate confectionery products made from cocoa beans ground in
the same establishm ent................................ .............................................
Solid chocolate confectionery pro d u cts........................ ...............................
Solid chocolate confectionery products without in clusions..................
Solid chocolate confectionery products with in c lu s io n s .......................
Other chocolate and cocoa p ro d u c ts ................... ...........................................
Chocolate, except c o a tin g s ............................................................................
Powdered c o c o a ......................... .................... .................. ..............................
Powdered cocoa, unsw eetened................................................................
Powdered cocoa, s w e e te n e d .....................................................................

2066

2064-25131

06/91

103.1

103.0

103.3

.8

2064-25151
2064-271

06/91
06/91

99.9
93.1

99.9
93.1

99.9
(3)

0
(3)

(3)

2064-291
2064-3
2064-311
2064-321
2064-331
2064-351
2064-371
2064-381
2064-9
2064-991
2064-SM
2064-S

06/91
06/83
06/91
06/91
06/91
06/91
06/91
06/91
06/91
06/91

120.0
136.0
105.6
112.5
106.6
100.7
100.4
105.4
96.0
104.5

120.5
137.1
105.6
116.1
106.8
100.7
101.0
105.5
96.0
105.1

121.0
138.2
105.9
118.8
108.3
100.7
101.0
105.5
96.0
105.1

5.2
2.4
1.0
7.6
2.0
0
.9
.1
-7.0
4.4

.4
.8
.3
2.3
1.4
0
0
0
0
0

06/91

98.4

98.1

98.5

1.5

.4

2066-P
2066-1
2066-112
2066-122
2066-152

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/91

125.3
125.4
102.1
85.6
101.3

123.3
123.2
101.6
84.8
100.9
102.5

123.4
123.1
101.6
83.4
101.0
103.7

-1.6
-2.0
1.7
.0
-.2

.1
-.1
0
-1.7
.1
1.2

2066-2
2066-2A
2066-212
2066-222
2066-9
2066-9A
2066-9B
2066-963
2066-965

06/83
06/91
06/91
07/91
06/83
06/91
06/91
12/85
01/86

147.6
102.1
104.3

(3)

(3)

144.2
101.9
104.0
100.0
117.7
104.2
133.7
183.5
98.1

-3.3
0
0
(3)
-1.7

(3)
136.6
194.5

144.3
101.9
104.0
100.0
117.8
104.2
133.5
182.7

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
(3)

24

(3)

(3)
119.8

(3)

0

(3)
1.0
-7.4

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

(3)

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Chocolate and cocoa products— Continued
Chocolate s y ru p s .............................................................................................
Chocolate syrups, cocoa powder b a s e ....................................................
Cocoa b u tte r......................................................................................................
Other chocolate and cocoa products, n.e.c.................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts...... ......................................................................................
Chewing gum and gum b a s e ........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Chewing gum, non -m edicated................................ ..........................................
Containing s u g a r.................................................. ...........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2066-9C
2066-995
2066-981
2066-999
2066-SM
2066-S

June
19952

July
19952

06/91
03/86
06/83
06/91

(3)
(3)
(3)
101.1

111.6
121.3
(3)
101.7

111.6
121.3
83.2
101.7

(3)
(3)
(3)
3.8

06/83

111.3

111.2

113.2

2.4

1.8

2.9
4.4
2.7
3.9
0

.2
.1
.1
.5
.3

July 1994

June 1995

0
0
(3)
0

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

131.2
133.4
132.6
130.7
130.6

133.6
137.0
133.6
131.0
132.2

133.9
137.2
133.8
131.6
132.6

06/91
06/91
06/91
06/83
06/83
06/91
04/85
11/83
06/91
06/83
06/83

106.9
109.3
118.6
169.7
171.7
97.0
97.3
189.0
107.6
127.8
181.1

111.6
114.6
120.0
169.7
176.0
95.7
95.9
186.6
117.6
126.4
205.0

112.7
115.8
122.7
169.7
184.6
96.0
96.6
187.7
118.2
129.7
205.0

7.3
8.5
10.8
.8
24.5
-.9
(3)
-1.8
10.2
-.8
14.5

1.0
1.0
2.3
0
4.9
.3
.7
.6
.5
2.6
0

06/91

85.3

86.0

86.1

-4.7

.1

12/84

101.7

98.9

100.7

-1.4

1.8

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
07/85

113.0
113.2
85.7
86.5
159.2
138.5
131.2
198.0
136.3

111.2
110.8
80.5
83.0
174.7
134.1
126.6
189.5
153.1

117.8
119.0
83.0
92.2
181.5
147.7
135.4
241.4
155.5

-1.6
-3.3
-10.3
3.5
34.8
-24.4
-26.3
-19.9
-13.1

5.9
7.4
3.1
11.1
3.9
10.1
7.0
27.4
1.6

2075-P
2075-1
2075-111
2075-11115
2075-2
2075-211

12/79
12/7.9
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

86.7
80.8

83.8
78.9

-4.9
-6.4

.1
-.1

(3)
99.3
107.2
68.6
68.2

(3)
89.4
97.9
71.4
71.1

83.9
78.8
87.8
(3)
(3)
72.5
72.2

(3)
(3)
(3)
-12.5
-12.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
1.5
1.5

2076-P
2076-2
2076-252
2076-262
2076-264
2076-3
2076-351
2076-361

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/91
12/91
12/85
12/85
12/91

113.7
120.9
134.8
109.8
130.5
120.2
130.1
87.9
77.0

111.0
118.0
130.8
105.9
122.3
110.6
125.8
95.5
71.0

112.8
119.9
129.7
99.9
123.9
113.4
133.3
103.9
77.0

-6.1
-2.8
-4.2
-12.3
-5.9
5.5
-9.4
-15.3
-37.5

1.6
1.6
-.8
-5.7
1.3
2.5
6.0
8.8
8.5

2077-P
2077-1
2077-111
2077-11111
2077-11113
2077-113
2077-2
2077-211
2077-21111
2077-212
2077-237

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

116.8
112.8
132.5
137.2
141.6
137.0
125.4
97.3
95.6
94.4
94.0
75.7

111.5
108.1
129.8
133.1
133.1
137.3
126.4
90.8
86.1
85.0
82.4
76.4

112.1
109.4
134.5
139.4
138.6
144.7
126.9
89.6
85.0
83.8
79.9
73.9

1.5
2.0
17.6
22.8
27.9
18.1
5.4
-12.8
-14.4
-14.5
-18.0
-26.1

.5
1.2
3.6
4.7
4.1
5.4
.4
-1.3
-1.3
-1.4
-3.0
-3.3

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

107.5
125.5
156.2
118.5

105.6
122.1
151.1
115.7

105.0
124.4
158.5
116.3

-7.3
14.3
27.3
9.2

-.6
1.9
4.9
.5

12/82

178.6

177.5

172.9

3.8

-2.6

2067
2067-P
2067-1
2067-112
2067-S

Processed nuts and seeds (salted, roasted, cooked, blanched,
2068
2068-P
2068-11
2068-113
2068-117
2068-13
2068-135
2068-137
2068-15
2068-153
2068-157
2068-SM
2068-S

Primary p ro d u c ts .................................... ................ ................................................
Processed nuts sold in b u lk ...............................................................................
P e a n u ts........................................................................................ .....................
Other nuts, made up of from one to three va rie tie s .................................
Processed nuts, packaged in c a n s ..................................................................
Mixed nuts, made up of four varieties or m o re .........................................
Other nuts, made up of from one to three v a rie tie s .................................
Processed nuts, in packaging other than cans or sold b u lk .......................
P e a n u ts ..............................................................................................................
Other nuts, made up of from one to three varie tie s ....... .........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Fats and o ils ..... ..................................................................................... ........................

207

Cottonseed oil mill p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Cottonseed oil, cru d e ....... ..................................................................................
Cottonseed oil, once refined..............................................................................
Cotton lin te rs.........................................................................................................
Cottonseed cake, meal, and other bypro d u cts..............................................
Cottonseed cake and m e a l............ ...............................................................
Cottonseed h u lls ..............................................................................................
Other cottonseed byproducts................................... .....................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................

2074

Soybean oil mill p roducts..............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Soybean oil ........................................ ..................................................................
Crude soybean o i l ............................................................................................
Soybean oil, crude, not degum m ed..........................................................
Soybean meal, and other byproducts..............................................................
Soybean byproducts, m e a l............................................................... .............

2075

Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c.................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Vegetable oils, other than corn, cottonseed, soybean, and lin s e e d .........
Peanut oil, c ru d e .................................... ..........................................................
Sunflower oil, c ru d e ......... ...............................................................................
Other crude vegetable oils including safflower, canola, etc.....................
Other vegetable oil mill products, except cottonseed and so y b e a n .........
Peanut cake and m e a l....................................................................................
Sunflower seed cake and m e a l....................................................................

2076

Animal and marine fats and o i ls ..................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Grease and inedible ta llo w ................................................................................
Inedible tallow, including inedible animal s te a rin .......................................
Inedible beef ta llo w ......................................................................................
Other inedible tallow and inedible animal s te a rin ..................................
Grease, other than wool g re a s e ...................................................................
Feed and fertilizer by-products.................................................................. .......
M eat/bone m e a l.......................... ....................................................................
Meat meal and combinations of meat and bone m e a l.........................
Dry rendered tankage .....................................................................................
Feather m e a l................................. ...................................................................
Other feed and fertilizer, including poultry by-product meal and
blood m e a l.................................................................................................
Animal and marine oil mill products, including fo o ts ....................................
Fish and marine animal o i l .............................................................................
Fish scrap and m e a l........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Secondary products .............................................................................................

2077

2074-P
2074-1
2074-2
2074-3
2074-4
2074-414
2074-451
2074-498
2074-SM

2077-298
2077-3
2077-361
2077-366
2077-SM
2077-S

See footnotes at end of table.




25

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

2079-P
2079-1
2079-11
2079-113
2079-15
2079-152
2079-154
2079-159
2079-171
2079-198
2079-2
2079-SM
2079-M
2079-Z89
2079-S

Beverages .
Malt beve rag es.....................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................. ....................... ............... .....................
Canned b e e r .............................................................................................
Light beer in c a n s ....................... .........................................................
Regular beer in c a n s ........................... ....................... ........................
Bottled b e e r ..............................................................................................
Returnable b o ttle s .... ..................................... ...................................
Light beer in returnable b o ttle s ......................................................
Regular beer in returnable bottles ..................... ....... ...............
Nonreturnable b o ttle s ................................. ................. .......................
Light beer in nonreturnable b o ttle s .......................... .................
Regular beer in nonreturnable b o ttle s ..........................................
Barrels and k e g s ....... ............ .................... .............................................
Regular beer in barrels and kegs ......................................................
Other fermented malt beverages and b yprodu cts..... .......................
Malt liq u o r................................... ................. .........................................
Ale, porter and s t o u t.......... ............................................. ...................
All other fermented malt beverages and by products (including
non-alcoholic b re w s )....................................................................

2082

Malt .
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................. .........................
Malt and malt byproducts..............
..............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts .
Miscellaneous receipts .......................................
Contracts and other miscellaneous receipts ..

2083

Wines, brandy and brandy spirits ......................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................................................... .....................
W in e s ...........................................................................................
Grape table w in e s ....... ................. .................. ......................
White w in e s ...... .................... .................... ...................... ...
White varietal w in e s ............................ ................ ..........
White generic, semi-generic, and proprietary wines .
Red wines ................................ ...........................................
Red varietal w in e s ................................ .........................
Red generic, semi-generic, and proprietary wines ....
Rose w in e s ...... ................... ......................... .................. ...
Rose varietal w in e s ....................................................
Bulk w in e s ........................... ............. .......................................
Bulk white wine .............................................. ....................
Bulk red wine (includes r o s e )...........................................
Dessert w in e s ..... ............................................ ................ .......
Sparkling wines, natural and carbonated ..........................
Specialty (formula) w in e s ................................ ...........
Other specialty (formula) w in e s ................. ..................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .........................................................
R e s a le s .............................................. .............. ............ .........
Secondary p ro d u c ts..... ................... .........................................

2084

Distilled spirits, except bra n d y...................................... ....................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .................................. ..........................................................
Distilled spirits, except brandy (bulk and b o ttle d )........ ....................
Bottled distilled spirits, except b ra n d y ................................................
W h is k e y ................................ .................... ...........................................
American blended whiskey .................... ........... ........................
American blended whiskey - blend of w h is k ie s .....................
Bourbon whiskey and rye w h is k e y .......................... .................
Bourbon w h is k e y .... ............................. ....................................
Other whiskey, except imports (corn, bourbon & blend, light,
etc.) ...................................................... .....................................

2082-P
2082-1
2082-111
2082-112
2082-2
2082-211
2082-21111
2082-21112
2082-221
2082-22111
2082-22112
2082-3
2082-312
2082-4
2082-411
2082-471
2082-499

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/89
12/81
12/89
02/90
02/90
12/81
12/89
12/81
12/81

147.0
148.3
149.3
131.1
160.6
124.0
143.0
96.4
132.1
117.4
96.1
143.4

139.5
140.0
138.6
118.9
144.6
118.9
137.6
107.1
120.9
110.2

8.7
9.0
10.8
11.2
7.2
10.3

(3)
141.5

145.3
146.9
147.2
128.8
155.6
123.3
141.2
98.0
137.6
115.4
97.5
144.0

12/81
12/81
12/81

159.9
159.9
138.6

154.8
154.8
138.0

147.1
147.1
137.5

(3)
(3)
6.5

-5.0
-5.0
-.4

122.9

123.0

122.8

3.6

-.2

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/91
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82

122.7
122.7
130.5
117.2
132.3
110.2
102.8
89.4
107.8
122.6
130.3
120.9
125.8
128.5
117.7
125.0
130.4

124.4
124.5
130.4
116.1
132.5
115.8
102.9
89.4
107.9
130.6
130.3
131.8
125.9
128.5
117.7
125.0
128.9

124.4
124.5
130.4
116.1
132.5
115.8
102.9
89.4
107.9
130.6
130.3
131.8
125.9
128.5
117.7
125.0
128.9

4.6
4.7
2.4
.6
2.9
8.5
4.5
.1
5.8
9.7
6.7
10.8
11.4
12.9
3.8
4.8
-.1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

July 1994

(3)
5.3
11.0
(3)
(3)
2.9

June 199

4.2
4.9
6.2
8.3
7.6
3.7
2.6
-8.5
13.8
4.7
(3)
1.8

12/91

100.4

103.3

103.3

6.1

0

06/85
06/85
06/85

109.0
109.3
109.3

112.4
112.8
112.8

112.7
113.1
113.1

6.6
6.7
6.7

.3
.3
.3

12/92
12/92

88.7
88.7

88.7
88.7

88.7
88.7

-2.6
-2.6

0
0

2084-P
2084-A
2084-1
2084-112
2084-11211
2084-11221
2084-114
2084-11411
2084-11421
2084-116
2084-11611
2084-2
2084-212
2084-214
2084-4
2084-5
2084-6
2084-619
2084-M
2084-Z89
2084-S

12/83
12/83
12/91
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/91
12/83
12/83
12/90
12/90
12/91
12/91
12/83

120.1
122.8
102.9
117.1
113.2
126.7
109.2
126.5
164.7
114.9
109.0
128.0
169.9
150.3
122.0
108.7
116.7
92.2
93.1
114.4
106.4
130.8

120.1
123.0
103.1
117.1
113.4
126.8
109.3
126.0
163.8
114.6
109.3
128.9

120.4
123.2
103.2
117.3
113.2
126.2
109.3
126.7
167.4
114.6
109.3
128.8
171.8
122.4
138.3
108.7
117.0
92.2
93.1
114.6
106.7
130.8

.5
.7
.7
0
.3
.3
.3
-.3
-.7
-.3
-.1
-.7
3.1
-19.7
18.2
0
.3
1.2
1.4
(3)
(3)
-1.4

.2
.2
.1
.2
-.2
-.5
0
.6
2.2
0
0
-.1
(3)
(3)
(3)
0
0
.0
0
(3)
(3)
0

2085-P
2085-5
2085-52
2085-521
2085-5211
2085-52111
2085-5212
2085-52121

06/83
06/83
06/90
06/83
06/90
06/90
06/83
06/83
06/90

145.1
143.2
119.5
147.5
116.1
113.5
139.4
152.0
117.0

145.3
143.4
119.8
147.7
116.2
113.5
139.4
152.3
117.2

145.3
143.4
119.8
147.7
116.2
113.5

3.6
3.7
3.7
4.4
4.6
6.0

0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
152.2
117.1

(3)
4.1
4.1

(3)
-.1
-.1

2085-5213

06/90

123.1

123.1

123.1

.2

0

2083-P
2083-1
2083-SM
2083-M
2083-Z89

See footnotes at end of table.




July
19952

12/84

Shortening, cooking oils, and margarine ............................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........ ..................... ........................................
Shortening and cooking o i ls ........
..... ................... .....
Baking or frying f a t s ...................................... ........................
Baking or frying fats (shortening), 100% vegetable o i l.
Salad or cooking o ils ................................................ ..............
Salad or cooking oils, other soybean o i l.............. ........
Salad or cooking oils, vegetable oil b le n d s ....................
All other salad or cooking oils ................ ..........................
Vegetable oil winter s te a rin ........................... .....................
All other fully refined oils ....................................... ................
Margarine ....................................... ....................................... ........
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .....................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..... .........................................................
R e s a le s ......................................................... ................. ..........
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........................................................... ........

June
19952

26

(3)
(3)
(3)
108.7
117.0
92.2
93.1
(3)
(3)
130.8

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Distilled spirits, except brandy—Continued
Distilled spirits, except whiskey and b ra n d y ............................................
V o d k a ...................................... ...................................................................
G in ................................................... ;............................ ..............................
C o rdials/liqueurs........................... i..................... .....................................
Other distilled spirits, except imports (spirit-based coolers,
bitters, etc.) ........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................................... .............. ....................
R e s a le s .................................................................................... .........................
Bottled and canned soft d rin k s ....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Bottled and canned soft d rin k s .........................................................................
Canned carbonated soft drinks in 10 and 12 oz c a n s ........ ....................
N o n d ie te tics...................................................................................................
C o la ................................................................. ...........................................
O ra n g e ................................................................... ....................................
Lemon, lime and lem on-lim e..................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a ......................................................................................................
Low ca lo rie ......... :............................................ ............................................
C o la .......................................................... ..................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a .... .................................................................................................
10 to 12 oz bottled carbonated soft d rin k s .................................................
N o ndie tetics........................................................... .......................................
C o la ............................................................................................................
16 oz bottled carbonated soft d rin k s ............................... ...........................
N o n d ie te tic ................................................................ ....................................
C o la ......................................... ........................................ ..........................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a ......................................................................................................
Low ca lo rie .....................................................................................................
C o la .............................................................................................................
All other size bottled carbonated soft d rin k s ..............................................
N o ndie tetics..................................................................................................
C o la .......... ,.................................................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a ......................................................................................................
Low C a lo rie ............................... ....................................................................
C o la .............................................................................................................
Other carbonated flavors including carbonated water and club
s o d a .................................. ...................................................................
Fruit drinks, cocktails and ades containing no real fruit ju ic e .................
Soft drinks sold in b u lk .......................................................................................
C o la ....................................................................................................................
Other fla v o rs .................................. ...................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

2085-522
2085-52211
2085-52221
2085-52241

06/90
06/83
06/83
06/83

128.1
145.1
152.3
156.7

128.1
145.0
152.2
156.8

128.3
145.0
152.3
157.4

4.2
3.7
3.7
8.4

0.2
0
.1
.4

2085-52261
2085-SM
2085-M
2085-Z89

06/90

121.4

121.6

121.6

.2

0

08/83
08/83

138.7
139.5

138.7
139.5

138.7
139.5

1.9
1.8

0
0

2086-P
2086-1
2086-11
2086-111
2086-11151
2086-11152
2086-11153

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

141.0
141.1
114.3
111.0
111.5
109.1
112.5
122.2

139.6
140.1
113.4
110.1
110.4
108.2
108.0
121.9

139.2
140.3
113.4
110.6
111.3
108.2
101.8
131.0

3.9
4.1
4.1
8.0
7.7
5.7
6.4
16.4

-.3
.1
0
.5
.8
0
-5.7
7.5

2086-11157
2086-112
2086-11258

06/89
06/89
06/89

110.8
109.4
108.9

109.6
109.1
107.8

109.8
108.1
106.0

6.8
9.1
6.6

.2
-.9
-1.7

2086-11259
2086-13
2086-131
2086-13111
2086-14
2086-141
2086-14121

06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/8 9

110.2
115.9
114.8
115.1
124.4
126.2
130.8

110.9
115.2
114.1
114.9
123.9
125.8
130.1

110.9
115.2
114.1
114.9
123.5
125.2
129.6

12.4
1.7
2.0
2.4
.9
.9
.5

0
0
0
0
-.3
-.5
-.4

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

06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89

125.6
112.8
116.2
110.7
110.1
107.5

125.4
112.8
116.2
109.3
108.2
105.3

124.9
112.8
116.2
108.8
107.8
103.4

6.1
1.0
5.6
1.4
.7
-1.1

-.4
0
0
-.5
-.4
-1.8

2086-16144
2086-162
2086-16245

06/89
06/89
06/89

115.4
113.1
102.2

114.1
114.2
104.0

116.4
113.3
102.6

3.8
4.6
1.7

2.0
-.8
-1.3

2086-16247
2086-171
2086-4
2086-411
2086-421
2086-SM
2086-M
2086-Z89
2086-S

06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89
06/89

129.6
109.4
125.2
126.2
123.3

129.6
109.4
125.2
126.1
123.3

129.6
109.4
127.7
130.1
122.9

8.5
7.6
4.8
5.3
4.1

0
0
2.0
3.2
-.3

06/81
06/81
06/81

140.3
141.6
149.8

135.9
137.2
151.2

131.8
133.1
151.2

2.7
2.7
5.1

-3.0
-3.0
0

2087-P
2087-1
2087-115
2087-153
2087-2
2087-215
2087-221
2087-3
2087-353
2087-4
2087-435

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
06/94
06/94
12/85
06/94
12/85
12/85

124.1
126.5
101.5
111.7
91.9
138.2
(3)
103.6
146.4
99.6
108.7
106.7

125.4
128.0
101.3
111.2
92.0
138.5
106.1
104.1
148.9
101.6
109.0
106.9

125.5
128.0
101.4
111.3
92.0
138.4
106.1
104.0
148.9
101,6
109.0
106.9

1.5
1.5
.9
2.4
2.1
5.2
(3)
4.0
1.8
1.6
.8
-1.6

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

12/85
12/85

131.0
80.1

131.4
81.3

130.9
81.8

.6
3.5

-.4
.6

12/85

103.5

104.4

103.5

-.9

-.9

12/84

131.5

131.2

132.0

1.8

.6

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

123.8
118.1
118.1
125.9
127.7
125.5
145.3

126.0
118.3
118.3
126.5
127.6
125.5
145.2

119.3
118.5
118.5
126.7

2.8
6.9
6.9
10.5

-5.3
.2
.2
.2

(3)
125.5
145.2

(3)
1.4
7.1

(3)

2086

Flavoring extracts and syrups, n e c ..............................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Flavoring extracts, emulsions, and other liquid fla v o rs ..............................
Natural or true extracts in containers of more than 8 o u n c e s ................
Imitation or artificial e x tra c ts .........................................................................
Liquid beverage bases not for use by soft drink b o ttle rs ............................
Liquid cocktail m ix e s .......................................................... .............................
Other liquid beverage bases not for use by soft drink b o ttle rs ...............
Liquid beverage bases for use by soft drink b o ttle rs ...................................
Concentrates with no juice c o n te n t..............................................................
Other flavoring agents (except chocolate s y ru p )...........................................
Flavoring powders, tablets, and pastes for soft drinks ............................
Other flavoring powders, tablets, and pastes, including dry mix
c o c k ta ils ......................................................................................................
Fruit, crushed or whole, for fountain and ice cream u s e .........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2087-437
2087-461
2087-SM
2087-S

Miscellaneous food preparations and kindred p ro d u cts.........................................

209

Canned and cured s e a fo o d s ........................................................................................
Primary products .................... ............................................................................. ....
Canned and cured seafoods including soup (except fro ze n )..................
Canned s a lm o n ..................................................................... ..........................
Canned sa rd in e s......................................................... .....................................
Canned c la m s ..................................................................................................
Other canned fish and seafood (except soups, stews, and chow ders).

2091
2091-P
2091-1
2091-113
2091-114
2091-115
2091-119

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

27

0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

June
19952

July
19952

02/85
12/84
12/84
12/84

89.2
121.6
183.2
132.6

89.2
(3)
(3)
132.6

89.2
121.6
183.2
135.0

-0.2
-.1
21.2
1.8

(3)
(3)
1.8

12/84

136.7

142.1

124.7

-2.5

-12.2

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
06/89
06/89
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

151.9
154.2
185.9
122.4
133.1
244.7
144.5
159.9

150.1
152.4
183.0
112.9
135.7
217.4
143.9
158.6
205.6
147.8
127.4
164.6
168.1
154.7
109.3
96.0
121.7
113.1
138.9
119.2
124.8
133.2
102.3
109.5
109.6
154.9
141.0

154.2
156.9
205.8
111.1
162.6
201.3
143.9
158.6

10.3
11.4
22.1
1.8
33.8
24.8
21.1
-2.4

2.7
3.0
12.5
-1.6
19.8
-7.4
0
0

(3)
145.8
124.8
165.8
162.4
151.3
109.3
95.8
121.5
112.8
139.9
119.9
123.0
135.6
104.8
109.3
111.2
154.1
131.7

(3)
1.2
2.8
4.5
.6
15.1
-3.3
-1.1
-2.6
0
13.1
5.9
-3.1
13.8
6.8
4.6
22.1
50.2
9.9

(3)
-1.4
-2.0
.7
-3.4
-2.2
0
-.2
-.2
-.3
.7
.6
-1.4
1.8
2.4
-.2
1.5
-.5
-6.6

(3)
174.0
134.2
163.6

(3)
174.1
132.3
177.3

(3)
29.0
-15.0
34.9

(3)
.1
-1.4
8.4

12/82
06/89
12/82

125.5
120.0
105.7

123.8
118.4
106.8

123.7
118.4
106.8

-1.7
-1.7
4.0

-.1
0
0

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/94
12/94
06/81

154.0
152.8
152.8
168.8
100.1
97.3 •
151.3

153.9
152.9
152.9
169.0
100.2
97.8
151.4

152.6
151.3
150.9
169.0
100.2
97.8
149.2

-2.8
-3.9
-3.9
26.3
(3)
(3)
-5.7

-.8
-1.0
-1.3
0
0
0
-1.5

06/81

200.0

196.2

198.8

(3)

1.3

.4
.5
1.2
1.2
1.3
.9
-.2
1.0
4.2
-8.4
-.4
-.3
-.6
.0

-.4
-.3
.2
.2
.1
.8
-1.1
-.9
0
-2.7
0
0
0
.0

July 1994

June 199!

Canned and cured seafoods—Continued
2091-131
2091-151
2091-171
2091-182
2091-SM
2091-S

Other smoked f is h ............................................................................................
Salted and pickled fish .....................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Fresh or frozen packaged f is h ............................................. ........................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Fresh packaged fish and other s e a fo o d .........................................................

2092
2092-P
2092-2
2092-2A
2092-2B
2092-221
2092-222
2092-224
2092-225
2092-3
2092-3A
2092-321
2092-322
2092-323
2092-3B
2092-3C
2092-326
2092-329
2092-4
2092-4A
2092-421
2092-422
2092-423
2092-424
2092-425
2092-4C
2092-431
2092-434
2092-435
2092-4D
2092-4E
2092-SM
2092-M
2092-Z89
2092-S

Prepared fresh s h e llfis h ..................................................................................
Other crabmeat ............................. ...............................................................
C la m s ..............................................................................................................

Other ground fish........................................................... ...............................

Frozen packaged shellfish and other seafood, including s o u p ...................
Frozen shrimp ...................................................................................................
Shrimp, headless, r a w .................................................................................
Shrimp, peeled, co o k e d ............................. ..................... ............................
Shrimp, b re a d e d ............................................................................................
Other 100 percent shrimp p roducts..........................................................
Frozen crabs .....................................................................................................
Crab meat, blue and r o c k ...........................................................................
Crab, king, sections ........................................................ .............................
Other crab ......................................................................................................
Other frozen packaged shellfish ....................................................................
Other frozen s e a fo o d s ....................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
Resales ................ ....................... ..................... ............................. ..................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Coffee ...
......................................... ..........................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Whole bean and ground roasted c o ffe e ............................... ..........................
Whole bean, roasted c o ffe e ...........................................................................
Gourmet whole bean, roasted c o ffe e .......................................................
Commercial whole bean, roasted c o ffe e .................................................
Ground, roasted coffee, including extended y ie ld .....................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2095
2095-P
2095-1
2095-111
2095-11111
2095-11112
2095-116
2095-SM
2095-S

104.4
120.0
120.8
101.8
104.0
95.9
114.7
107.7
111.4
94.3
134.4
116.2
100.5
100.0

06/91
06/91

104.5
102.4

104.6
104.0

104.6
101.2

-.9
-1.0

0
-2.7

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

128.2
120.5
135.6
112.4

128.6
120.9
135.6
112.9

128.6
120.9
135.6
112.9

.8
.5
1.0
.4

0
0
0
0

2098-P
2098-1

06/85
06/85
06/85

127.2
127.8
128.5

122.4
122.6
122.0

122.5
122.6
122.0

-7.3
-7.6
-9.2

.1
0
0

2097

Macaroni, spaghetti, and n o o d le s ................................................... .............................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, etc. (without e g g )......... ...............................

104.2
119.8
120.3
101.3
104.3
93.9
114.6
107.1
111.4
97.4
135.4
116.6
102.7
100.0

2096

Manufactured ice ............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Can or block ic e ...................... .............. ..............................................................
Cubed crushed, or other processed ic e ............................. ...........................

06/91
12/85
12/85
06/91
06/91
06/91
12/85
06/91
06/91
06/91
12/85
06/91
06/91
06/91

104.0
119.6
121.0
102.0
104.1
96.7
113.4
106.7
111.4
91.8
134.4
116.2
100.5
100.0

2097-P
2097-1
2097-2

Potato and corn chips, and similar snacks ...............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Potato chips and s tic k s ...... ................................................................................
Potato c h ip s .......................................................................................................
P la in ........................................... ....................................................................
Flavored potato c h ip s ............................ .....................................................
Corn chips, curls and related p ro d u c ts ...........................................................
Corn and tortilla c h ip s .....................................................................................
Corn c h ip s ......................................................................................................
Curls and related p ro d u c ts .............................................................................
Other chips, sticks, e t c . ......................................................................................
Popped popcorn (except ca n d ie d )...............................................................
Pork rinds .........................................................................................................
Other chips, sticks, etc.....................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ................................... ..........
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2098

2096-P
2096-1
2096-111
2096-11112
2096-11114
2096-2
2096-21
2096-212
2096-299
2096-3
2096-311
2096-312
2096-399
2096-SM
2096-M
2096-S

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
146.1
124.4
162.5
162.6
154.7
109.3
97.0
121.6
115.1
142.6
119.4
135.7
129.2
100.6
107.9
104.1
158.1
158.5
(3)
177.1
150.8
168.6

0

28

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base

C C
D _________
C C
D
Ü
1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Mar.
19952

Macaroni, spaghetti, and noodles—Continued
Noodle products, etc. (with e g g ) ......... ...................................... ......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................. ........... .............................
Secondary products ............................................................................................

2098-2
2098-SM
2098-M
2098-S

June
19952

06/85

126.5

127.6

127.6

1.0

12/93
06/85

101.1
112.6

101.1
112.8

(3)
112.8

(3)
-7.8

(3)

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
06/91
12/85
12/85
06/91
12/85
12/85
06/91
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
06/91
06/91

120.2
120.1
129.8
132.4
149.6
105.9
124.4
140.0
117.4
141.7
110.3
118.6
171.2
106.9
101.4
103.1
98.4
114.2
114.2
102.2
100.8

120.8
121.0
133.0
132.4
156.4
110.9
124.6
140.7
119.5
141.7
116.7
118.8
171.2
107.7
101.0

2.0
2.3
4.9
6.0
7.7
4.9
1.3
14.8
24.9
21.9
32.1
12.3
15.6
3.2
.1
1.1
-1.4

1.2
1.3
-.5
0
-.2
-1.2
0
8.2
6.4
9.6
-.5
8.8
11.8
.4
0

(3)
97.4

122.3
122.6
132.3
132.4
156.1
109.6
124.6
152.3
127.1
155.3
116.1
129.2
191.4
108.1
101.0
103.8
96.4

(3)
(3)
102.3
101.0

(3)
(3)
102.3
101.0

(3)
(3)
.5
1.2

(3)
(3)

06/91
12/85
12/85
12/85

104.7
120.4
110.0
112.9

104.9
121.6
111.8
112.4

104.9
123.8

.5
-3.4

(3)
116.5

(3)
-7.2

0
1.8
(3)
3.6

12/85
12/85
12/85

116.6
116.6
123.0

116.4
116.4
122.2

116.4
116.4
123.1

-.2
-.2
.7

0
0
.7

July 1994

June 1995

0

0

Food preparations, n.e.c.............. ..................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Perishable prepared foods (sold in bulk or packages, not frozen) ...........
S a la d s............................................................... ............. ...................................
Sandwiches, made from b r e a d ........................... .............. ...........................
Tortillas, tamales, and other Mexican food s p e c ia ltie s ....... ....................
Other perishable prepared fo o d s ...................................................................
S p ic e s ....................................................................................................................
Pepper, white and b la c k ................................................................................
Consumer sizes (less than 1 p o u n d )................................. ......................
Commercial sizes (1 pound or greater)....................................................
Other spices, except p e p p e r..........................................................................
Consumer sizes (less than 1 p o u n d )........................................................
Commercial sizes (1 pound or greater)....................................................
Tea in consumer packages................................................................................
Packaged tea in tea b a g s ................................... ...................... ....................
Powdered t e a ....................................................................................................
Cider and v in e g a r.......... .......................................... ............ ...............................
Vinegar, fermented and d is tille d ...................................................................
Dry mix preparations........ ..................................................................................
Seasoning m ix e s .......... ...................................................................................
Other dry preparations, including bullion, but excluding imitation
dairy m ixe s....... ..........................................................................................
Other food preparations, n.e.c...................................... ..................... ...............
Unpopped popcorn in consumer p a c k a g e s.......... .....................................
Other (incl. cracker sandwiches mfpm, coconut, pectin) .........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ....... ....................................................................................

2099

Tobacco m anufactures..................................................................................................

21

12/84

190.6

195.3

195.1

3.9

-.1

C igarettes.........................................................................................................................

211

12/82

201.4

206.7

206.5

3.8

-.1

C igarettes.......................................................... ...............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Filter t ip ..................................................................................................................
80 mm long or le s s .......... ..............................................................................
81 to 95 mm lo n g ............................................................................................
Greater than 95 m m ........................................................................................

2111
2111-P
2111-1
2111-113
2111-116
2111-118

12/82
12/82
12/82
06/89
12/82
12/82

201.4
203.8
199.7
117.6
201.9
195.8

206.7
209.3
205.1
120.3
207.3
201.5

206.5
209.2
205.0
120.3
207.0
201.5

3.8
3.8
3.9
(3)
4.0
3.6

-.1
0
0
0
-.1
0

212

12/82

185.3

185.6

185.6

8.1

0

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

12/82
12/82
12/82
06/89
06/89

185.3
184.4
184.4
141.3
139.0

185.6
184.7
184.7
141.3
139.3

185.6
184.7
184.7
141.3
139.3

8.1
8.1
8.1
4.6
9.7

0
0
0
0
0

2099-P
2099-A
2099-A21
2099-A31
2099-A41
2099-A98
2099-E
2099-E11
2099-E1131
2099-E1133
2099-E12
2099-E 1238
2099-E1239
2099-5
2099-582
2099-583
2099-6
2099-651
2099-7
2099-741
2099-798
2099-9
2099-985
2099-998
2099-SM
2099-M
2099-MM
2099-S

Primary p ro d u c ts .............................. .......................................................................
Cigars and cigarillos (weighing 3 or more pounds per 1,000 cig a rs)........
Cigarillos (weighing 3 to 10 pounds per 1,000)..........................................
Cigars (weighing more than 10 pounds per 1 ,000)...................................

(3)
-1.0

0
0

Chewing and smoking tobacco and snuff ..................................................................

213

12/82

240.3

243.9

243.9

6.8

0

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

2131
2131-P
2131-111
2131-113

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

240.3
248.8
199.0
213.3

243.9
252.8
203.3
223.9

243.9
252.8
203.3
223.9

6.8
7.0
3.4
5.0

0
0
0
0

2131-115
2131-117

12/82
12/82

230.4
311.2

237.9
311.2

238.1
311.2

5.6
8.8

.1
0

Tobacco stemming and redrying .................................................................................

214

06/84

111.2

112.0

111.1

1.4

-.8

Tobacco stemming and redrying ............................................................... .................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Unstemmed leaf tobacco redried before packing, including interplant
tra n sfe rs................................................................. ........................................
Unstemmed leaf tobacco redried before packing, including interplant
tra n s fe rs .................................... .................................................................
Tobacco stemmed ........ ......................................................................................
Reconstituted tobacco (processed sheet and hom ogenized).....................
Reconstituted tobacco (processed sheet and hom ogenized).................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................

2141

06/84
06/84

111.2
107.9

112.0
108.7

111.1
107.8

1.4
1.7

-.8
-.8

2141-1

06/84

118.9

119.5

119.5

4.5

0

2141-121
2141-2
2141-3
2141-311
2141-SM
2141-M
2141-XY9
2141-Z89

06/84
06/84
06/89
06/89

118.9
106.5
113.2
113.2

119.5

119.5

0

(3)
112.2
112.2

(3)
97.6
97.6

4.5
(3)
-9.6
-9.6

(3)
-13.0
-13.0

11/84
11/84
06/89

126.6
132.6
102.2

126.6
132.6
102.2

126.6
132.6
102.2

.2
.2
.1

0
0
0

2141-P

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 July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

June
19952

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

Textile mill pro d u cts.... ...................................................................................................

22

12/84

115.7

116.5

116.7

2.7

0.2

Cotton broadwoven fa b ric ..............................................................................................

221

12/80

116.8

119.0

119.7

5.7

.6

Cotton broadwoven fa b ric ........................................... ..................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Gray cotton broadwoven fa b ric .........................................................................
Plain weave, except p ile .................................................................................
Twill weave, except p ile ..................................................................................
All other weaves except p ile ..........................................................................
Pile fabrics ..........................................................................................................
Finished cotton broadwoven fa b ric ............................................................. .
Cotton towels and w a s h c lo th s ..........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2211

12/80
12/80
12/80
06/87
06/87
06/87
12/94
12/80
06/87

116.8
118.5
115.2
115.7
112.3
125.4

119.7
121.7
118.8
119.4
116.4
125.9
103.2
114.4
129.3

5.7
6.3
8.0
8.8

(3)
111.5
127.3

119.0
120.9
118.4
118.8
116.5
125.5
103.2
113.4
127.3

.6
.7
.3
.5
-.1
.3
0
.9
1.6

12/80

106.4

107.0

107.3

2.6

.3

Synthetic fiber and silk broadwoven fa b ric .................................................................

222

06/81

112.2

113.1

112.1

2.2

-.9

Manmade fiber and silk broadwoven fa b r ic ..............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Grey fa b ric s ...........................................................................................................
85% or more filament yarn fa b ric s ...............................................................
Chiefly other fila m e n ts ......... .......................................................................
85% or more spun yarn fabrics (exc. wool blends, silk fabrics, and
p ile ) .......... -..................................................................................................
Plain w e a v e s ........................ .........................................................................
P rin tclo th .....................................................................................................
Other plainw eaves....................................................................................
Twill w e a ve s...................................................................................................
Spun/filam ent yarn combinations, each less than 85% (exc. wool
blends, silk fabrics, and p ile )................................................................ .
Printcloth .................................... ...................................................................
Other combination fa b ric s ........................ ..................................................
Finished fabric (finished in weaving mills) ......................................................
Fabricated man-made fiber and silk textile products (made in weaving
m ills )........................................................................................................ ........
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Cotton broadwowen fa b ric s ...........................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

2221
2221-P
2221-1
2221-11
2221-112

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

112.2
110.8
110.9
115.4
110.8

113.1
111.6
111.7
116.6
111.3

112.0
110.3
110.0
112.2
105.0

2.1
1.8
1.5
-2.3
-4.5

-1.0
-1.2
-1.5
-3.8
-5.7

2221-139
2221-1391
2221-13911
2221-13912
2221-1392

06/81
06/87
06/87
12/94
06/87

106.6
99.8
102.9
102.0
107.9

107.3
100.5
105.8
101.9
109.6

107.7
100.8
105.3
102.5
109.6

4.3
3.8
9.8
(3)
4.9

.4
.3
-.5
.6
0

2221-16
2221-162
2221-163
2221-2

04/85
12/94
12/94
06/81

119.1
105.5
103.3
121.7

119.5
105.1
103.7
122.5

118.9
105.8
103.1
123.4

(3)
(3)
2.7

-.5
.7
-.6
.7

2221-3
2221-SM
2221-S
2211-S
2221-SSS

06/81

114.4

115.2

115.8

4.0

.5

06/81
06/87
06/87

123.2
115.4
117.1

124.2
117.1
117.1

124.9
118.2
117.1

5.0
7.4
2.0

.6
.9
0

Wool weaving and fin ish in g ....................................................................... ..................

223

06/85

112.9

113.2

113.3

.1

.1

Wool weaving and fin ish in g ..........................................................................................
Primary products ......................................................................................................
Finished wool fa b ric s ...........................................................................................
Finished wool apparel fa b ric s ........................................................................
Worsted ..........................................................................................................
W o o le n ............................................................................................................
Finished wool non-apparel fabrics and fe lts ............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................

2231

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

112.9
108.1
109.4
105.7
113.7
104.8
121.2

113.2
108.5
109.8
106.2
114.2
105.2
121.3

113.3
108.5
109.9
106.2
114.2
105.3
121.3

.1
.6
.9
1.0
1.2
.6
-.2

•1
0
.1
0
0
.1
0

06/85

125.4

125.4

125.4

-4.2

0

Narrow fabric m ills ..........................................................................................................

224

06/84

119.3

119.8

120.0

2.6

.2

Narrow fabric m ills ..........................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ....................... ..............................................................................
Woven narrow fa b ric ............................................................................................
E la s tic .................................................................................................................
Corset and allied lin e s .................................................................................
Over 3 /4 in c h e s ........................................................................................
U n derw ear......................................................................................................
Other a p p a re l.................................................................................................
N o n e la stic..........................................................................................................
Woven edge rib b o n s ....................................................................................
Woven la b e ls .................................................................................................
Tapes (wt. less than 15 oz./sq. yd.) ......................... ...............................
All other ta p e ..............................................................................................
Webbing (wt. 15 oz./sq. yd. or m o re )......................................................
All other w e b b in g ........ .............................................................................
All other n o n e la stic......................................................................................
Braided narrow fa b ric ......... ............................................... .................................
Nonelastic b ra id s ..............................................................................................
Shoe and corset la c e s ................................................................................
Other nonelastic b ra id s ...............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................

2241

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/91
Oß/91
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

119.3
119.7
114.7
122.5
115.4
112.3
108.0
137.4
110.8
101.5
123,8
104.4
92.1
122.5
125.1
102.0
136.1
131.6
130.7
132.6

119.8
120.1
115.2
123.0
115.4
112.3
109.2
137.4
111.2
101.5
121.3
105.4
93,1
125.4
129.2
103.2
136.6
132.3
130.7
133.4

120.0
120.4
115.5
123.0
115.4
112.3
109.2
137.4
111.7
101.5
123.0
105.4
93.1
125.4
129,2
103.7
136.5
132.1
130.7
133.3

2.6
2.6
3.0
4.1
2.3
4.7
7.3
3.2
2.6
.0
1.5
1.7
2.0
5.1
7.2
4.1
2.9
3.1
3.4
3.1

.2
.2
.3
0
0
0
0
0
.4
.0
1.4
0
0
0
0
.5
-.1
-.2
0
-.1

06/84

115.6

115.8

115.8

2.3

0

115.6

116.1

3.0

.4

Knitting mills ............................................................................................................ ........

2211-P
2211-A
2211-A1
2211-A2
2211-A3
2211-A4
2211-B
2211-F
2211-SM
2211-S

2231-P
2231-A
2231-3
2231-314
2231-316
2231-411
2231-SM
2231-S

2241-P
2241-1
2241-11
2241-112
2241-11213
2241-113
2241-114
2241-12
2241-121
2241-123
2241-125
2241-12556
2241-127
2241-12739
2241-129
2241-4
2241-422
2241-42221
2241-42223
2241-SM
2241-S

12/84

225

See footnotes at end of table.




30

115.1

(3)
3.4
(3)
4.8
(3)

3.5

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

July
19952

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

117.5
117.2
117.8
118.9
118.8
137.8
117.0
122.6
110.6
112.8
121.3
105.8

117.6
117.3
117.9
118.9
118.8
137.8
117.1
122.7
110.6
112.8
121.4
105.8

118.3
118.0
118.7
118.9
118.8
137.8
118.1
124.7

2.8
2.1
2.2
1.5
1.3
1.9
2.5
1.8

0.6
.6
.7
0
0
0
.9
1.6

(3)
113.6
121.4
107.3

(3)
4.4
6.4
2.7

(3)
.7
0
1.4

06/84

109.4

109.4

109.4

0

0

2252-P
2252-22
2252-222
2252-2222
2252-22221
2252-22227
2252-223
2252-2231
2252-22311
2252-22317
2252-2232
2252-22321
2252-22327
2252-224
2252-2241
2252-22411
2252-2242
2252-22421

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

114.1
113.0
117.3
122.9
125.6
118.4
128.9
116.6
112.6
105.9
117.5
123.0
127.4
120.9
105.7
101.5
109.1
123.5
131.8

114.9
113.9
118.2
124.1
127.1
121.8
129.5
117.3
113.5
108.1
117.5
123.5
127.4
121.7
105.7
101.5
109.1
123.5
131.8

115.8
114.8
120.0
126.8
130.4
121.8
134.4
117.7
113.5
108.1
117.5
124.4
129.6
121.7
105.7
101.5
109.1
123.5
131.8

2.3
2.2
2.8
3.4
4.2
3.8
4.4
2.9
3.2
5.1
1.8
2.6
3.8
1.7
.4
.2
.4
1.3
1.3

.8
.8
1.5
2.2
2.6
0
3.8
.3
0
0
0
.7
1.7
0
0
0
0
0
0

2252-23
2252-231
2252-232
2252-2321
2252-23211
2252-2322
2252-23221
2252-23227
2252-233
2252-2334

0 6/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/90
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/90

111.0
100.5
101.7
96.3
96.3
106.0
131.6
94.6
131.6
105.2

112.2
100.5
102.5
96.3
96.3
107.1
133.1
95.5
134.5
105.2

112.0
100.5
102.7
96.3
96.3
107.4
134.0
95.5
133.6
109.7

1.6
.6
1.2
.2
.2
1.6
2.4
1.0
3.3
4.3

-.2
0
.2
0
0
.3
.7
0
-.7
4.3

2252-234
2252-235
2252-23511
2252-238

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

107.2
107.8
107.7
96.9

107.7
107.9
107.9
96.9

107.7
107.9
107.9
96.9

1.1
.3
.7
0

0
0
0
0

2252-24
2252-242

06/84
06/84

102.6
102.1

102.6
102.1

102.6
102.1

.6
1.0

0
0

2252-246
2252-SM
2252-S

Women’s hosiery knit on 300 needles or m o re ......................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................
Finished seamless h o s ie ry ...............................................................................
Stockings and knee-highs, knit on 300 needles or more ......................
K n ee-high....................................................................................................
Full-length.....................................................................................................
P a ntyho se........................................................................................................
Under 30 denier, s h e e r ....... .....................................................................
30 denier and over, o p a q u e ......................... ...........................................
Elastomer pan tyh o se ........... .....................................................................
Control t o p ...............................................................................................
Leg s u p p o rt............................ .................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................
Hosiery, n.e.c....................................................................................................

June
19952

06/84

106.3

106.3

106.3

-.4

0

06/84

112.5

112.5

112.5

3.0

0

2253-P
2253-1
2253-12
2253-124
2253-126
2253-14
2253-144
2253-146
2253-2
2253-22
2253-222
2253-223
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

115.7
116.4
117.5
129.5
125.8
95.0
103.2
101.6
101.3
122.3
124.0
104.3
88.9
109.9

116.5
117.3
116.5
128.3
125.8
92.6
102.1

117.0
117.6
116.6
128.3
125.8

2.9
2.6
.8
.2
2.2

.4
.3
.1
0
0

(3)
102.4
101.6
97.7
123.3
125.1
107.3
88.9
112.8

(3)
1.9
4.0
-3.6
2.2
2.5
8.6
0
5.3

(3)
.3

(3)
96.2
124.6
126.4
110.9
88.9
110.3

(3)
1.6
-1.0
-1.0
-3.2
0
2.3

2253-31
2253-315
2253-319

12/84
12/84
12/84

112.1
115.2
111.5

(3)
111.5

116.2
(3)
115.5

7.6
(3)
7.4

(3)
3.6

2253-33
2253-335

12/84
12/84

126.7
122.1

127.4
120.7

127.9
120.7

2.5
1.2

.4
0

2251-P
2251-3
2251-321
2251-32177
2251-32188
2251-351
2251-35122
2251-35144
2251-3516
2251-35161
2251-35162
2251-SM
2251-S
2252-S

Hosiery, n.e.c....................... .......................... ...................... .........................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................. ......................................................................
Men’s finished ho sie ry.......... ...........................................................................
A n k le t..... '.............................. ..................... ....................................................
N o n-cushion................................................................................................
Natural fib e rs ...........................................................................................
Manmade fib e r s ......................................................................................
M id-calf/crew .......................................................................................... ........
C u shion.... ....................................................................................................
Natural fib e rs .................................................................................... .......
Manmade fib e r s ......................................................................................
N o n-cushion................................................................................................
Natural fib e rs ...........................................................................................
Manmade fib e rs ......................................................................................
K nee-high.................................................................. ......................................
C u shion.........................................................................................................
Natural fib e rs ...........................................................................................
N on-cushion................................................................................................
Natural fib e rs ......... .................................................................................
Other finished hosiery, knit on less than 300 needles, except women’s
stockings .....................................................................................................
Women’s, girls’ and boys’ fo o ts o c k ...........................................................
W omen’s, girls’ and boys’ a n k le t................................................................
C u shion........................................................................................................
Natural fib e rs ......................................................................................... .
Non-cushion............ ...................................................................................
Natural fib e rs ...........................................................................................
Manmade fibers ......................................................................................
Women’s, girls’, and boy’s knee-high s o c k s ............................................
W omen’s knee-high socks--manmade fibers .......................................
Other women’s, girls’ and boys’ finished hosiery, including leg
warmers, waist-highs, etc.......................................................................
Infants’ and children’s a n k le t..................................................................... .
Natural f ib e r s ............................................................................................ .
Other infants’ and children’s finished hosiery............... ...........................
Unfinished hosiery, knit on less than 300 needles, except women’s
stockings .....................................................................................................
Men’s unfinished h o s ie ry ..............................................................................
Other unfinished hosiery, knit on less than 300 needles, except
women’s s to c k in g s .................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................. ................ ........................................

2252

Knit o u te rw e a r..............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Sweaters and sweater v e s ts ...........................................................................
Men’s and boys’ ....................................................... ....................................
All manmade and chiefly m a n m a d e......... ............................................
Other fib e r s .................................................................................................
Women’s, misses’ and juniors’ ...................................................................
AH manmade and chiefly m a n m a d e ......................................................
C o tto n ..........................................................................................................
Knit outerwear sport shirts, including sweat s h ir ts ....................................
Men’s and boys’ ........ ...................................................................................
Sweatshirts and je rs e y s ..................................................... .....................
Cotton sport shirts ....................................................................................
Other knit o u te rw e a r........................................................................................
Women’s, misses’ & juniors’ knit outerwear, excl. sweaters, jackets,
jerseys & sport s h ir ts ......................................................... ..................
W omen’s, misses’ and juniors’ slacks, jeans and dungarees..........
W omen’s, misses’, and juniors’ knit outerw ea r...................................
Men’s and boys’ knit outerwear, excluding sweaters, jackets, jerseys
and sport s h irts ......................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ shirts, excluding sport s h irts ....................................

2253

See footnotes at end of table.




31

112.1

July 1994

June 1995

3.7

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

July
19952

12/84

127.8

128.8

128.8

2.1

0

12/84

121.4

125.8

125.8

2.3

0

12/84
06/90

118.9
113.9

118.9
113.9

121.7
117.9

7.1
9.3

2.4
3.5

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
06/82
06/82

132.5
132.9
133.4
134.2
132.7
110.9
110.2
132.8
136.7
138.0

133.3
133.9
134.7
134.2
132.7
110.9
110.2
132.8
136.7

3.4
3.7
5.1
6.0
6.1
4.5
4.6
.1
.1
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)

133.3
133.9
134.7
134.2
132.7
110.9
110.2
132.8
136.7
138.0

2257-P
2257-1
2257-122
2257-3
2257-311
2257-31122
2257-321
2257-32122
2257-9
2257-921
2257-925

06/81
06/81
06/81
12/94
12/94
12/94
12/94
12/94
12/94
06/81
12/94
12/94

108.5
108.6
121.4
113.2
100.3
100.5
100.5
100.0
100.0
110.5
99.7
99.8

108.8
108.9
121.2
113.0
101.0
101.4
101.4
100.0
100.0
109.5
97.7
99.9

109.3
109.4
121.2
113.0
101.7
101.8
101.8
101.3
101.3
109.9
97.1
101.0

5.0
5.0
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-1.2
(3)
(3)

.5
.5
0
0
.7
.4
.4
1.3
1.3
.4
-.6
1.1

2258-P
2258-1
2258-101
2258-5
2258-511
2258-6

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
12/85
12/85
06/95

120.2
118.1
(3)
118.0
144.9
144.9
(3)

120.5
118.3
(3)
118.0
141.3
141.3
100.0

120.4
118.3
117.3
(3)
137.5
(3)
100.1

1.3
.4
(3)
(3)
-7.0
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
-2.7
(3)
.1

2258-7
2258-SM
2258-S
2258-SSS

06/95
06/81
06/81
06/81

(3)
(3)
151.9
160.6

(3)
(3)
151.9
160.6

<
3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

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

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

2259-P
2259-1
2259-171
2259-2
2259-298

Knit outerwear— Continued
Men’s and boys’ other knit outerw ea r.............................................
Contract work on knitting and dyeing knit outerw ea r..........................
Contract work on knitting and dyeing knit o u te rw e a r......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts .....................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ....................................................................

June
19952

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

117.3
116.0
125.0
123.0
110.4
110.4

117.6
116.1
125.1
123.2
110.4
110.4

117.6
116.1
125.1
123.1
110.4
110.4

2253-338
2253-9
2253-911
2253-SM
2253-S
2253-SSS

Knit underwear and nightwear m ills .............................. ....................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ knit und erw ear.............................................................
Men’s and boys’ undershirts, except th e rm a l................ ...................
Undershirts, except athletic ty p e s ....................................................
Men’s and boys’ shorts and b rie fs ......................................................
Shorts and briefs, except thermal underwear and union suits ...
Women’s and children’s underwear and nightw ear.............................
Women’s and children’s und erw ear....................................................
Women’s und erw ear...........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....................................

2254

Circular knit fabric m ills ............... ........................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Gray circular knit fa b ric s ............................................................................
Broad gray fabrics (more than 12 inches w id e ) ...............................
Finished circular knit fa b ric s .....................................................................
Knit and finished in the same establishm ent.....................................
Broad fabrics (more than 12 inches wide) ....................................
Purchased and finished .........................................................................
Broad fabrics (more than 12 inches wide) ............. .
Contract work on gray and finished circular knit fabric ......................
Contract finishing o n ly ............................................................................
Contract knitting only or knitting and fin is h in g ......... ........................

2257

Lace and warp knit fabric m ills .............................................................. ............
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................... . ........
Gray warp knit fa b ric s ....................................... ........................................ .......
Gray warp knit fa b ric s ............................................................................ .......
Lace and net goods (excluding raschel lace machine p ro d u c ts )..... .......
Lace and net goods (excluding raschel lace machine products) ..
Finished warp knit fabrics (knit & finished, or purchased & finished) .......
Contract or commission work for knitting, finishing, & dyeing (incl.
lace goods) .................................................... ......................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ...................... ..............
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................... ........
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ....................................................... ............. ........

2258

Knitting mills n.e.c........................................................... .......................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................... ................................... .......
Knit gloves and m itte n s ............................................................................. .......
Work, including fabric and leather or plastic combinations ............ .......
Other knit end products ............................................................................ .......
Other knit end products, n.e.c......................................... ..................... ........

2259

Dyeing and finishing textiles, except wool fabrics and knit g o o d s ............... ........

226

12/84

127.6

128.0 .

Finished cotton broadwoven fabric ...... .............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .......................................................... ......................... ........
Non-commission finished fabric .............................................................. .......
Commission finishing ................................................................................. .......
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................. .....................

2261

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

131.7
132.0
125.1
142.7

06/84

Finished synthetic fiber and silk broadwoven fa b r ic ......................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................... ................. ................................. .......
Non-commission finished fabric .............................................................. .......
Commission finishing .... ............................................................................ .......
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .... ................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................... .............................................................

2262

Finished yarn, raw stock, braided goods and narrow fabric, except knits and
wool ..................................................... ......................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .......... ............................................ ................ .................... .......
Bleached y a rn s ........................................................................................... .......
Dyed yarn .................. .................................................................................. .......
Carded c o tto n ...................................................... ................................... .......
Combed c o tto n ....................................................................................... .......
Polyester blends with c o tto n .... .................... ....................................... .......
All other polyester ............................................. .................................... .......
Other manmade fiber and silk y a rn ..................................................... .......
Finished braided or woven narrow fa b ric s .... ....................................... .......
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ................................... .......
Secondary p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................

2254-P
2254-A
2254-1
2254-122
2254-4
2254-411
2254-C
2254-2
2254-21
2254-SM

2261-P
2261-7
2261-9
2261 -SM
2261-S

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

2269
2269-P
2269-5
2269-8
2269-821
2269-823
2269-832
2269-833
2269-834
2269-971
2269-SM
2269-S

See footnotes at end of table.




32

July 1994

June 1995

<
3)

-.1
0

1.6
1.0
1.8
.4
.3
.3

0
0
0
-.1
0
0

128.3

2.1

.2

132.5
132.9
126.9
142.7

132.6
133.4
127.3
143.1

4.0
4.5
5.6
(3)

.1
.4
.3
.3

122.4

122.4

121.5

1.6

-.7

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

129.9
131.7
133.1
129.4

130.1
132.4
134.0
129.5

130.5
132.7
134.5
129.1

1.1
.9
1.1
0

.3
.2
.4
-.3

06/84

124.8

123.6

124.6

1.6

.8

06/83
06/83
12/94
12/94
12/94
12/94
12/94
12/94
12/94
12/94

126.7
129.2
103.8
102.2
101.3
104.2
100.0
102.4
106.7
100.0

127.3
129.6
103.8
102.7
102.8
104.5
100.0
102.8
106.7
(3)

127.3
129.7
(3)
102.8
102.8
104.5
100.0
103.3
106.7
(3)

3.4
3.9
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

0
.1
(3)
.1
0
0
0
.5
0
(3)

11/83

115.8

118.9

118.9

1-2

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Floor covering m ills ......... ..............................................................................................
Carpet and rugs ..............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........... ..........................................................................................
Woven carpet and ru g s ......................................................................................
Woven carpet and rugs, including mats and art squares ........................
Tufted carpet and rugs ....................... ................................................................
Bathmats and sets and scatter rugs 6 X 9 or le s s ...................................
Tufted broadloom ............................................................................................
Nylon tufted broadloom ........... ...................................................................
Other tufted b ro a d lo o m ................................... ...........................................
Automobile and aircraft carpeting ................................................................
Other tufted carpet and rugs, including artificial g ra s s .............................
Finishing o n ly ....................................................................................................
Other carpet and r u g s ........................................................................................
Needle punched carpet and rugs ..................................................................
Braided, hooked, and other carpet and rugs, excluding woven and
tu fte d .......................................... ................................ ...............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................... ....................
Yarn and thread m ills ....................................................................................................

228

Spun y a rn .........................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts........... ........................... ..........................................:..................
Carded cotton yarns ......................................... .................................................
Gray carded cotton yarns for sale to others ..............................................
1 - 20 count ...................................................................................................
21 count and o v e r......................................... ..............................................
Combed cotton yarns .........................................................................................
Gray combed cotton yarns for sale to others ............................................
1 - 25 c o u n t..................................................................................................
26 count and o v e r........................................................................................
Rayon and/or acetate spun y a rn s ...................................................................
Gray rayon and/or acetate spun yarns for sale to o th e rs .......................
Spun noncellulosic fiber, silk, and wool yarns ...............................................
Spun chiefly polyester yarns ...................................................... ...................
Gray spun chiefly polyester yarns for sale to o th e r s ............................
100% spun p o ly e s te r...............................................................................
Blends, chiefly polyester..........................................................................
50-50 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 le ................
100% acrylic ..............................................................................................
100% nylon .......... ....................................................................................
Chiefly w o o l....................................................................... .......................
Finished spun noncellulosic fiber, silk, and wool y a rn s ........................
Chiefly w o o l...............................................................................................
Other spun noncellulosic fiber and silk y a rn s .....................................
Interplant transfers of gray spun y a r n .............................................................

2281

Texturing, throwing, and winding mill products: cotton, manmade 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 yams .....................................................................................
Other thrown yarns ...........................................................................................
Textured, bulked, or crimped filament yarn (made from purchased yarn)
Nylon ........................... ................ ......................................................................
Nylon (60 - 89 denier) .................................................................................
Nylon (90 - 210 denier)
P o lye ste r.......................
Polyester (145 - 179 d e n ie r)..................................... ................................
Polyester (all other de n ie rs )........................................................................
All other textured filament ya rn s...................................
...........................
Commission texturing, throwing, plying, etc. of filament y a rn s ...................
Commission texturing or ihrowing of filament y a rn s .................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..................... ........................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Thread m ills .....................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................ ....................................V .........................
.....
Finished thread for use in the h o m e ................................. .............................
Manmade fiber thread and other thread .....................
.........................
Finished thread for industrial or manufacturers’ u s e ....................................
Manmade fiber thread and other thread ............................ ........................
Spun p o lyester.... ....................... ..................................................................
C o re sp u n ...................................................... .............. ...................................
Textured polyester and n y lo n ....... ............. ..... ......................................
Filament polyester and nylon ..... ............. .................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................
Secondary products .......................................... ........................ .........................

2273-P
2273-1
2273-111
2273-2
2273-211
2273-233
2273-23301
2273-23309
2273-255
2273-277
2273-288
2273-3
2273-321
2273-331
2273-SM

2281-P
2281-1
2281-113
2281-1131
2281-1133
2281-2
2281-213
2281-2131
2281-2133
2281-3
2281-313
2281-4
2281-41
2281-413
2281-4133
2281-4135
2281-41351
2281-42
2281-423
2281-4231
2281-4233
2281-4234
2281-427
2281-4271
2281-4273
2281-6

2282
2282-P
2282-3
2282-332
2282-335
2282-5
2282-515
2282-51513
2282-51514
2282-551
2282-55123
2282-55124
2282-571
2282-9
2282-911
2282-SM
2282-S
2284
2284-P
2284-1
2284-157
2284-2
2284-225
2284-22501
2284-22502
2284-22503
2284-22504
2284-SM
2284-S

See footnotes at end of table.




33

110.6

111.2

111.3

0.7

0.1

06/90
0 6/90
06/85
06/85
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
02/85
12/86
06/85
06/85

101.2
100.9
128.0
128.0
139.6
137.5
141.4
148.4
115.9
117.8
118.4
103.2
118.5
112.1

101.7
101.3
129.1
129.1
140.3
137.2
142.5
149.5
112.9
118.1
118.4
101.6
118.5
112.1

101.8
101.5
129.2
129.2
140.4
139.1
142.3
149.3
113.6
118.1
118.4
103.2
118.5
112.1

.7
■8
1.5
1.5
.7
-2.4
1.1
.9
5.1
-1.1
.5
0
.3
-.3

.1
.2
.1
.1
.1
1.4
-.1
-.1
.6
0
0
1.6
0
0

0 6/85

131.5

131.5

131.5

1.8

0

12/84

2273

July
19952

12/84

227

June
19952

111.2

111.8

111.8

3.5

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

105.7
105.8
103.8
104.6
113.9
88.9
116.2
116.8
110.6
119.7
125.5
125.5
106.9
108.5
105.7
115.8
103.2
101.7
106.4
104.4
95.4
109.6
94.3
110.3
99.3
104.3
94.2

106.3
106.5
105.1
106.0
115.4
90.2
116.4
117.1
110.6
120.5
129.9
129.9
107.7
109.5
105.9
117.0
103.3
101.7
107.1
104.9
(3)
108.6
98.9
111.6
99.4
105.6
93.8

106.3
106.4
104.9
105.8
115.0
90.2
115.2
115.7
109.9
118.1
131.6
131.6
107.8
109.8
106.8
119.5
103.7
102.1
107.1
105.0
(3)
(3)
100.4
111.4
101.8
105.0
93.9

3.7
4.0
7.4
8.8
10.6
5.4
3.9
3.8
4.7
2.3
7.2
7.2
3.1
6.9
6.4
7.0
6.1
6.1
1.5
3.0
(3)
(3)
5.6
-1.2
4.8
-2.1
4.8

0
-.1
-.2
-.2
-.3
0
-1.0
-1.2
-.6
-2.0
1.3
1.3
.1
.3
.8
2.1
.4
.4
0
.1
(3)
(3)
1.5
-.2
2.4
-.6
.1

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/88
02/83
12/82
12/82

126.2
125.8
129.9
129.3
127.7
127.9
125.0
120.1
120.8
136.7
137.9
107.7
85.9
113.7
117.0

126.7
126.4
130.5
130.2
127.9
128.7
126.1
125.2
129.5
137.2
138.6
107.8
85.9
113.7
117.0

126.8
126.5
130.4
130.2
127.9
128.7
125.4
122.1
122.9
138.2
139.7
(3)
85.9
113.7
117.0

3.0
3.3
1.1
2.0
.2
3.9
.3
1.7
1.8
8.4
8.3
(3)
1.1
3.6
4.9

.1
.1
-.1
0
0
0
-.6
-2.5
-5.1
.7
.8
(3)
0
0
0

July 1994

12/88

111.5

(3)

111.5

.7

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
12/88
06/84

135.3
134.4
130.4
133.9
138.0
134,8
126.9
125.7
131.7
148.1

135.9
134.6
132.5
136.1
138.0
134.8
127.1
125.7
(3)
148.1

135.8
134.6
132.2
136.1
138.0
134.8
127.1
125.7
131.7
148.1

2.6
1.9
4.5
5.3
1.8
1.8
1.4
1.2
2.1
5.9

12/84

141.0

148.1

148.1

19.3

June 1995

(3)
-.1
0
-.2
0
0
0
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 July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

4.6

0.3

06/85
06/85

125.2
122.6

126.1
123.5

126.3
123.9

5.3
5.1

.2
.3

06/85
06/85
06/85
12/91
06/85
06/85
0 6/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
12/91
06/85

121.0
110.0
105.4

122.1
110.2
105.2

122.5
110.2
105.3

6.2
1.9
1.3

.3
0
.1

(3)
112.6
123.8
122.2
120.1
124.2
118.3
124.6
140.9
121.6
125.5
128.6
124.1
117.2

(3)
115.0
124.0
123.9
120.8
125.9
121.7
125.3
143.6
121.9
125.8
129.0
124.1
117.2

(3)
115.0
124.0
124.5
120.8
127.8
121.7
125.6
143.6
122.3
126.0
129.1
125.0
119.5

(3)
3.6
4.6
7.7
7.3
9.1
6.4
4.1
2.2
4.6
4.7
5.2
3.2
7.7

06/85

126.6

127.2

127.2

6.9

0

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

116.4
115.8
115.8
114.8
113.2

116.7
116.1
116.1
115.3
113.7

118.2
117.8
117.8
115.4
119.3

3.6
3.8
3.8
4.6
7.6

1.3
1.5
1.5
.1
4.9

2297-P
2297-1
2297-12
2297-123
2297-125
2297-13
2297-131
2297-133
2297-135
2297-2

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
06/91
06/91
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
01/86

124.5
126.9
127.8
143.3
99.9
100.8
118.7
107.3
123.2
126.8
125.1

124.7
127.2
128.0
143.4
(3)
100.8
119.0
107.1
123.5
127.6
125.7

124.8
127.4
128.2
143.3
99.9
100.8
119.2
107.8
123.5
127.6
125.7

2.3
1.8
2.6
-.1
-1.6
2.2
3.7
4.8
2.0
5.7
-.8

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

06/91
01/86

102.2

102.2

102.2

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

2298

Textile goods, n.e.c.......................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Felt goods, except woven felt and h a ts .......................................................
Pressed wool f e l t ...........................................................................................
Industrial f e l t ...............................................................................................
Punched or needled f e lt s ............................................................................
Wool felts and man-made fiber f e lt s .....................................................
Scouring and combing mill p ro d u c ts ................................ ............................
Processed textile w a s te ...................................................................................
Recovered fibers, processed mill waste, and related p ro d u c ts ...........
Fibers recovered from clips and rags (new and u s e d )......................
Fibers recovered from mill waste, excluding fibers recovered from
clips and r a g s .....................................................................................
Man-made fib e r s ....................................................................................
Padding and upholstery fillin g .........................................................................

123.5

2297

Cordage and tw in e .....................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................................................... ..........................................
Soft fiber cordage and twine, except c o tto n .............................................
Manmade fiber cordage and tw in e ..........................................................
Fish line, fish net, and fish netting (made in this establishment) ...
Fish lin e ..................................................................................................
Rope ..........................................................................................................
All other manmade fiber cordage and twine, incl. agriculture and
in d u s tria l.............................................................................................
Cotton cordage and tw in e .............................................................................
Braided c o r d .................................................................................................
Wrapping, seine, and other tw in e ............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

123.1

2296

Nonwoven fabrics and related p ro d u c ts ...........................................................
Primary products ........................................................................... .................
Nonwoven fa b ric s .......................................................................................
Laminated and wet la id ................................................................ .........
1 ounce to 2.5 ounces per square yard ........................................
Over 2.5 ounces per square y a r d ....................................................
Spun bonded, dry laid, and o th e rs ......................................................
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 r d ....................................................
Fabricated nonwoven p ro d u c ts ...............................................................
Wipers made from nonwoven fabrics (windshield, industrial, and
lith ographic)......................................................................................
Other nonwoven p ro d u c ts ................................. ...................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ..... ..............................................................................

121.9

2295

Tire cord and fa b r ic ................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ....... .....................
Tire cord and fa b ric .....................
Nylon tire cord and fa b ric .......
Polyester tire cord and fabric .

12/84

229

Coated fabrics, not rubberize d............................................................. ...............
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Pyroxylin coated or laminated fabric .......................................................
Vinyl coated or laminated fa b ric ..............................................................
Lightweight fabric, 10 oz. & under/sq yd. finished w t .....................
Woven fabric b a s e ..............................................................................
Knitted fabric b a s e ............................................................................ ...
Nonwoven fabric b a s e .................................. .....................................
Mediumweight fabric, over 10 oz. to 16 oz./sq. yd. finished wt ....
Heavyweight fabric, over 16 oz./sq. yd finished w t .........................
Woven fabric b a s e ..............................................................................
Knitted fabric b a s e ..............................................................................
Nonwoven fabric b a s e ........................................................................
Polyurethane & other coated & laminated fa b ric .................................
Polyurethane coated or laminated fa b ric ............................................
Other coated or laminated fa b ric .... .....................................................
Lightweight fabric, 10 oz. & under/sq yd. finished w t ..................
Woven fabric b a s e ...........................................................................
Knitted or nonwoven fabric base ................................ ................
Mediumweight fabric, over 10 oz. to 16 oz./sq. yd. finished w t .
Plastic coated yarn (from purchased y a rn )............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ..................................................................... .............

July
19952

2296-P
2296-1
2296-122
2296-133

Miscellaneous textile goods .

June
19952

2299

2295-P
2295-1
2295-2
2295-211
2295-21113
2295-21115
2295-21117
2295-222
2295-233
2295-23332
2295-23334
2295-23336
2295-3
2295-315
2295-322
2295-3222
2295-32222
2295-32225
2295-3223
2295-4
2295-SM
2295-S

June 1995

(3)
0
0
.5
0
1.5
0
.2
0
.3
.2
■
1
.7
2.0

0

0

2297-251
2297-298
2297-SM
2297-S

06/86

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

2298-P
2298-2
2298-2A
2298-207
2298-2071
2298-208

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
12/92
06/85

131.4
133.5
135.5
137.4
185.2
101.6
116.7

133.4
136.2
139.4
141.3
189.9
106.0
124.4

132.5
135.1
138.1
140.0
186.2
102.5
127.5

3.8
4.1
6.1
6.1
-1.0
-2.3
16.0

-.7
-.8
-.9
-.9
-1.9
-3.3
2.5

2298-213
2298-3
2298-311
2298-325
2298-SM
2298-S

12/92
06/85
12/92
11/85

111.2
121.3
98.2
126.5

112.0
121.6
99.0
126.5

109.4
120.9
97.3
126.5

6.2
2.1
.6
7.3

-2.3
-.6
-1.7
0

06/85

112.8

110.0

109.6

3.1

-.4

2299-P
2299-1
2299-11
2299-111
2299-12
2299-124
2299-3
2299-4
2299-41
2299-411

06/85
06/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
06/85
12/85
12/85
12/85

116.9
118.2
112.1
133.1
155.1
103.8
104.4
134.4
176.5
176.5
92.7

120.7
121.4
112.0

10.1
10.1
6.1
9.3
-3.0
4.2
3.6
21.0
16.8
16.8
-.3

.8
1.1
4.8

(3)
(3)
105.7
105.2
139.8
188.5
188.5
92.7

121.7
122.7
117.4
145.5
150.4
105.7
105.2
136.1
189.6
189.6
92.7

0
0
-2.6
.6
.6
0

2299-412
2299-4127
2299-6

12/85
12/85
12/85

190.9
152.6
114.8

208.4
(3)
117.6

207.4
163.9
118.3

21.9
14.5
6.7

(3)
.6

See footnotes at end of table.




July 1994

34

(3)
(3)

-.5

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Textile goods, n.e.c.—Continued
Padding and upholstery filling, batting, wadding, excluding foam
rubber and p la s tic s ........................................................ ..........................
Padding and p a d s ........................................................................................
All other padding ......................................................................................
Batting, wadding, and mattress f e lt s ........................................................
Made from cotton linters, cotton waste, and raw cotton ..................
...........................
Other textile goods, n.e.c.................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................. .........................................................




June
19952

C c_
O
C C
D
cn

Industry and product1

12/85
2299-63
114.8
117.6
118.3
2299-631
12/85
99.0
99.0
99.0
2299-63119
12/85
113.2
113.2
113.2
12/85
130.1
135.4
2299-633
136.9
2299-63321
12/85
130.1
(3)
(3)
2299-63341 from all other fib e rs 130.8
12/85
137.9
Made
...........................................
138.2
2299-859
06/85
109.1
108.6
107.4
2299-SM
2299-S
06/85
130.4
140.0
138.9

35

July 1994

June 1995

6.7
.1
.2
12.0
(3)
12.5
5.2

0.6
0
0
1.1
(3)
.2
-1.1

10.6

-.8

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

June
19952

July
19952

120.4

120.5

July 1994

June 1995

Apparel and other finished products made from fabrics and similar
m ate rials.............................. ............... ......................................................................

23

12/84

120.6

Men’s and boys’ suits and c o a ts .................................................................................

231

12/80

155.0

155.8

155.7

1.0

-.1

Men’s and boys’ suits and c o a ts .................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ suits and coats, excluding contract w o rk .........................
M en’s s u its.......................................................... ..............................................
Men’s tailored o u te rco a ts...............................................................................
Men’s tailored dress and sport coats and ja c k e ts ........ ............... ............
Boys’ suits, coats and tailored jackets, incl. sep. v e s ts ..........................
Receipts for contract work on men’s and boys’ suits and c o a ts ...............
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ........................ .....................
Secondary products ............................................... .............................................
W omen’s, misses’, and juniors’ suits, skirts, and c o a ts ...........................

2311

12/80
12/80
12/86
12/80
12/93
12/80
12/80
12/80

155.0
154.8
122.8
154.8
105.1
148.2

155.8
155.6
123.3
155.6
105.0
148.6

1.0
.9
.8
.5
4.6
1.0

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

(3)
175.4

(3)
177.5

155.7
155.5
123.2
155.6
105.0
148.5
129.0
177.2

(3)
1.3

(3)
-.2

12/80
12/93

165.6
104.0

165.6
104.0

165.6

Men’s, youths’ & boys’ furnishings, work clothing & allied garm ents...................

232

12/84

123.8

123.5

123.9

1.1

.3

Men’s and boys’ shirts, except work s h irts ....... .......................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ knit outerwear sport shirts, including sw e atsh irts..........
Men’s knit outerwear sportshirts, including sw e a ts h irts...........................
All cotton and chiefly cotton fib e rs ...........................................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fibers ..............................................
Boys’ knit outerwear sport shirts, including sw e atshirts...........................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fib e r s ..............................................
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 fib e rs ...........................................................
All manmade and chiefly manmade fib e r s ..............................................
Men’s woven sport s h irts ................................................................................
All cotton and chiefly cotton fib e rs .............. ........... ...........................
Contract work on men’s and boys s h irts .......................................................
Contract work on men’s and boys’ shirts and c o lla rs ..............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
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

124.9
126.5
118.1
113.4
121.1
105.6
131.1
134.5
127.8
137.9
118.0
148.0
118.0

124.7
126.0
116.0
110.6
121.5
101.2
131.1
134.5
128.3
138.8
117.7
149.6
118.0

124.7
126.2
116.2
110.8
120.3
102.2
131.1
134.5
128.6
139.1
117.7
150.1

.5
.7
-.2
-.6
3.4
-2.9
.9
-.1
.5
.8
-3.2
2.9

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

(3)
137.5
137.5

(3)
138.1
138.1

(3)
(3)
138.1
138.1

(3)
(3)
2.5
2.5

(3)
(3)

06/83
06/83

101.9
126.6

101.9
128.4

101.9
126.7

.4
-.6

0
-1.3

Men’s and boys’ underwear and n ig h tw e a r..............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ knit und erw ear.......................................................................
Knit shorts and briefs, except th e rm a l.........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary products ............................. ...............................................................

2322

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

122.5
119.2
119.7
120.0

122.5
119.2
119.7
120.0

122.6
119.3
119.7
120.0

.2
.3
0
0

.1
.1
0
0

06/82

149.8

(3)

149.8

.2

Men’s and boys’ neckw ear............................................................ ...............................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................... ......................................................................
Men’s and boys’ n e ckw e a r........................................................ .......................
Men’s and boys’ n e c k tie s ............................ ..................................................
All silk .............................................................................................................
All p o ly e s te r................................... ...............................................................
Other fabrics, including b le n d s ...................................................................
Men’s and boys’ neckwear, n.e.c., including mufflers and s c a rfs ......
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......... ............................................................................
Contract w o rk ................................................................ ...................................

2323
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
12/83
12/83
01/90

128.1
128.6
128.6
128.7
153.9
125.8
105.7
125.6
(3)
127.0
101.6

128.4
128.7
128.7
128.8
154.5
125.7
105.7
125.6
(3)
128.9
104.5

128.6
128.9
128.9
129.0
154.9
125.7
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

1.8
1.8
1.8
1.7
.4
3.2
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

.2
.2
.2
.2
.3
0
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

Men’s and boys’ separate trousers and s la c k s ...... .................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .......... .................. ...................... ................ .................................
Men’s and boys’ separate dress and sport tro u s e rs .....................................
Men’s separate trousers and s la c k s ............................... ............................
Boys’ separate trousers and s la c k s .............................................................
Men’s and boys’ jeans, jean cut casual slacks, and d u n garees......... ......
Men’s jeans, dungarees, and jean cut casual s la c k s .... ......................
Men’s jeans and d u n g a re e s .......................................................................
Men’s jean cut casual slacks ................. ................. .................................
Boys’ jeans, dungarees, and jean cut casual s la c k s ................................
Boys’ jeans and dungarees .................................... ....................................
Contract work on men’s and boys’ dress and sport trousers and slacks .
Contract work on men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks ..........................
Contract work on men’s and boys’ jeans and jean cut casual slacks,
including dungarees .............. ................... ...............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary products ..................................... ........................ ..............................

2325
2325-P
2325-1
2325-11
2325-13
2325-2
2325-2A
2325-21
2325-22
2325-2B
2325-23
2325-9
2325-911

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
06/87
12/81
12/81
12/92
12/92
12/81
12/92
12/81
12/81

130.5
129.9
127.7
131.8
108.9
128.7
130.8
103.1
101.0
121.8
99.8
140.8
143.7

129.9
129.9
127.7
131.9
108.9
128.7
130.8
103.1
101.0
121.7
99.7
140.4
143.6

130.7
130.1
128.6
132.8
108.9
128.6
130.8
103.1
101.0
121.6
99.6
140.5
143.5

1.4
.8
2.1
2.2
0
.2
.3
.2
.9
.1
.1
.4
1.1

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

12/92

101.7

101.4

101.5

.2

.1

4.1

2.6

Men’s and boys’ work clothing ................................ .................. .................................
Primary products ................................................... ................ .................................
Men’s and boys’ work s h irts ............................... ..............................................
Men’s and boys’ other work clothing ..............................................................

2326

1.7
1.8
1.6
2.0

.2
.1
0
.2

2311-P
2311-A
2311-1
2311-2
2311-3
2311-4
2311-9
2311-SM
2311-S
2337-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
2321-9
2321-913
2321-SM
2321-M
2321-S

2322-P
2322-A
2322-4
2322-SM
2322-S

2325-912
2325-SM
2325-S

2326-P
2326-1
2326-2

See footnotes at end of table.




36

(3)

12/81

145.2

141.6

145.3

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

130.9
132.8
131.3
131.6

131.1
132.9
131.5
131.7

131.3
133.0
131.5
132.0

0.6

0.1

0

2.6
(3)

(3)

0
0

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Men’s and boys’ work clothing— Continued
Men’s and boys’ work p a n ts .......................................................... ...............
Men’s and boys’ coveralls, overalls, and ju m psu its..... .............................
Men’s washable service a p p a re l...................................................................
Men’s and boys’ other work clothing, including ja c k e ts ...........................
Contract and commission work on men’s and boys’ work c lo th in g ..........
Contract and commission work on men’s and boys’ work c lo th in g ......
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........ ...................................................................................

2326-211
2326-231
2326-251
2326-281
2326-9
2326-911
2326-SM
2326-S

Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c.....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts.......... ...........................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ nontailored heavy jackets and coats, including uniform,
excluding ski ja c k e ts ......................................... ..........................................
Men’s heavy nontailored jackets and coats, including u n ifo rm ...............
Chiefly cotton .................................................................................................
Chiefly w o o l....................................................................................................
Other fa b ric s .................................................................. ...............................
Men’s and boys’ swimwear, sweaters, and outerwear n.e.c................... .....
Swimwear and athletic s h o rts .......................................................................
Men’s and boys’ athletic s h o r ts ................................................................
Men’s and boys’ athletic uniforms sold as s u c h .......................................
Men’s and boys’ outerwear, n.e.c. ............................. .................................
Men’s light nontailored jackets, excluding uniform .................................
Other men’s and boys’ outerwear, n.e.c............................. .....................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
Contract w o rk ...................................... .............................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................... .......................................................

2329
2329-P
2329-1
2329-121
2329-12101
2329-12102
2329-12103
2329-2
2329-22
2329-223
2329-23
2329-25
2329-255
2329-259
2329-SM
2329-M
2323-Y93
2329-S

June
19952

July
19952

12/81
12/92
12/81
12/81

135.1
109.3
122.2
121.0

135.3
109.0
122.5
121.9

135.3
109.7
122.5
121.9

1.8
2.9
1.1
1.4

0
.6
0
0

12/81

130.5

130.5

130.5

1.0

0

July 1994

June 1995

12/81

122.9

123.1

123.8

1.6

.6

12/83
12/83

122.9
124.7

122.2
123.5

122.9
124.6

.4
1.1

.6
.9

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

122.7
126.4
118.3
115.6
127.8
126.4
124.8
133.9
110.3
127.3
126.7
133.3

118.4
121.5
118.3
(3)
119.3
126.7
124.8
133.9
110.3
128.1
127.7
134.0

119.9
123.2
118.3

-1.2
-1.4
6.1

1.3
1.4
0

(3)
122.2
127.6
124.8
133.9
111.1
129.7
128.8
137.3

(3)
-4.7
2.2
1.5
1.8
0
3.8
4.6
3.0

(3)
2.4
.7
0
.0
.7
1.2
.9
2.5

12/83
12/83
12/83

118.3
116.8
125.7

118.3
116.8
126.4

118.4
116.7
126.3

-1.8
.3
.5

.1
-.1
-.1

Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ outerw ea r................................................................

233

12/84

116.9

116.3

116.1

-.9

-.2

Women’s, misses’, & juniors’ blouses & s h irts .........................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Women’s, misses’, & juniors’ blouses & shirts, excluding contract work ..
Knit shirts and blouses made from purchased fa b ric ...............................
T-shirts and tank tops .................................................................................
All o th e r .... .....................................................................................................
Woven shirts and b lo u s e s ........................................................ .....................
Contract work on women’s, misses’, and juniors’ blouses & s h irts ..........
Contract work on women’s, misses’, and juniors’ blouses & s h ir ts ......
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2331

06/83
06/83
06/86
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/83
06/83

133.8
135.4
120.9
105.5
99.6
100.0
163.9
112.2

133.8
135.4
120.9
105.5
99.6
100.0
163.9
112.2

133.8
135.4
120.9
105.5
99.6
100.0
163.9
112.2

0
.9
1.1
2.2
0
0
.5
.4

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

06/83

115.5

115.5

115.5

-4.5

0

W omen’s, misses’, and juniors’ d re s s e s ....................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Dresses made from purchased fa b r ic .............................................................
Contract work on women’s and misses’ d re s s e s ............................. ............
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2335

12/80
12/80
06/86
12/80

125.9
127.5
114.0
134.1

122.7
124.1
109.8
134.3

122.8
124.2
110.0
134.3

-3.2
-3.3
-4.5
.2

.1
.1
.2
0

12/80

124.5

124.5

124.5

-.2

0

W om en’s, misses’, and juniors’ suits and c o a ts .......................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Coats, suits, and skirts, excluding contract w o rk ...........................................
Coats and c a p e s ........ .................................................................................... .
Coats and capes, except down or feather-filled, fur, all leather
and rain ..................................................................................................
Suits and pantsuits ..........................................................................................
Suits and p an tsuits.......................................................................................
Jackets, vests and s k ir ts ................................................................................
Skirts, including uniform ..............................................................................
Separate tailored suit type ja c k e ts ...........................................................
Nontailored outer jackets, excluding ski, but including padded
jacket v e s ts ............................................................................................
Contract work on women’s, misses’ and juniors’ suits and coats ............
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................. .........................................................

2337
2337-P
2337-A
2337-1

12/82
12/82
06/8 6
06/93

115.1
116.1
112.1
(3)

115.9
115.7
111.6
(3)

115.5
116.1
112.1
(3)

-.5
-1.4
-1.7
(3)

-.3
.3
.4
(3)

2337-111
2337-2
2337-222
2337-4
2337-411
2337-417

06/93
06/93
06/93
12/82
12/82
12/82

(3)
102.3
102.3
109.5
105.8
117.1

(3)
101.6
101.6
109.1
105.9
115.3

(3)
101.6
101.6
108.9
105.6
115.3

(3)
-.7
-.7
-2.8
-3.3
-2.0

(3)

2337-418
2337-9
2337-SM
2337-S

08/93
12/82

99.3
123.6

99.3
124.0

(3)
123.8

(3)
.6

(3)
-.2

W omen’s, misses’, and juniors’ outerwear, n.e.c.......................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Non-commission women’s, misses’, and juniors’ outerwear, n.e.c.............
Washable service a p p a re l..............................................................................
Washable service a p p a re l..........................................................,...............
Bathing s u its ......................................................................................................
Slacks ..................................................................................................................
Slacks, except dungarees and je a n s ........................................................
Jeans and dun g a re e s..................................................................................
Other outerwear, n.e.c......................................................................................
Play garments, including shorts, pedal pushers, Bermudas, and
J a m a ic a s ..............................:............................................. ...................

2339

2331-P
2331-A
2331-3
2331-321
2331-351
2331-4
2331-9
2331-911
2331-SM
2331-S

2335-P
2335-3
2335-9
2335-SM
2335-S

12/82

119.9

123.0

120.9

1.0

-1.7

2339-P
2339-A
2339-2
2339-215
2339-4
2339-5
2339-511
2339-512
2339-7

06/83
06/83
06/86
06/86
06/93

106.7
108.2
107.5
117.5
99.6

106.8
108.2
107.8
118.1
100.1

106.7
108.1
107.7
118.1
100.1

.9
.9
1.0
.2
.1

-.1
-.1
-.1
0
0

06/83
06/93
06/93
06/83

94.4
100.1
93.3
112.9

95.0
101.1
93.4
112.6

94.8
100.7
93.4
112.6

-.1
0
-.4
6.5

-.2
-.4
0
0

2339-761

06/93

98.7

98.0

97.9

-2.1

-.1

See footnotes at end of table.




0
0
-.2
-.3
0

37

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
l |

W omen’s, misses’, and juniors’ outerwear, n.e.c.— Continued
Contract and commission work on women’s, misses’, and juniors’
outerwear, n.e.c..............................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................

June
19952

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

2339-9
2339-SM
2339-M
2339-S

06/83

121.8

120.5

120.5

0.7

0

06/83

102.1

102.2

102.1

.7

-.1

2341-P

Women’s, misses’, children’s, and infants’ und ergarm ents...................................

234

12/84

119.3

118.5

118.8

.2

.3

W omen’s and children’s underwear and nightwear .................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Women’s and children’s underwear and nightwear, excluding contract
work ................................................................................................................
Underwear .........................................................................................................
Women’s und erw ear.....................................................................................
Slips, half slips, and p e ttic o a ts ..............................................................
Chiefly synthetic fib e rs ......................................................................
P a n tie s ........................................................................................................
Other women’s u n d e rw e a r......................................................................
Girls’, children’s and infants’ und erw ear..................................................
Other girls’, children’s and infants’ und erw ear...................................
N ightw ea r...........................................................................................................
Women’s n ig h tw e a r......................................................................................
N ightgow ns.................................................................................................
Chiefly synthetic fib e rs .....................................................................
P a ja m a s......................................................................................................
Chiefly synthetic fib e rs ......................................................................
Other women’s nightw ear........................................................................
Girls’, children’s and infants’ n ig h tw e a r...................................................
P a ja m a s ......................................................................................................
Contract work on women’s and children’s underwear and n ightw ear......
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................

2341

06/82
06/82

120.7
123.5

120.8
123.5

121.2
124.0

.5
.6

.3
.4

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

111.9
136.0
133.2

112.0
136.2
133.4

.6
4.5
5.1

(3)
<
3)
135.7
130.0
147.9
167.8
112.9
111.4
105.3
108.6
128.7
130.4
129.5
122.5
116.1
128.4

(3)
(3)
135.7
131.1
147.9
(3)
112.9
111.4
105.3
108.6
128.7
130.4
129.5
122.5
116.1
128.4

112.5
136.7
134.0
135.6
134.5
136.7
131.1
147.9
167.8
113.5
112.2
106.1
109.6

.4
.4
.4
(3)
(3)
.7
0
0
(3)
.5
.7
.8
.9
(3)
(3)

06/82

95.7

95.8

Brassieres and allied garm ents....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Brassieres and allied garments, excluding contract work ...........................
B rassiere s...................................... ...................................................................
Bandeau .........................................................................................................
Regular s tra p ..............................................................................................
Contour lined or padded s tra p .......................... .....................................
Strapless, convertible or other bandeau b ra s .....................................
Other bras, including long line ...................................................................
Girdles, corsets, combinations and a c c e s s o rie s.......................................
Girdles, with or without o p e nings..............................................................
Corsets, combinations, and accessories..................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................

2342

06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/87
06/82

141.6
142.4
117.4
137.8
137.8
128.8
156.5
158.6
137.1
157.1
119.8
136.6

06/82

Hats, caps, and m illin ery................................................................................................

235

06/85

Hats, caps, and m illin ery................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
M illin ery................................................. .................................................................
Fur felt and wool f e lt ........................................................................................
All other millinery inc. flowered millinery, straw, whimseys,
miniatures, etc.............................................................................................
Hats and hat bodies, except cloth and m illin ery............................................
Finished straw hats except harvest h a ts ......................... ............................
Wool felt finished h a t s ....................................................................................
Woven cloth hats and c a p s ..............................................................................
Woven cloth hats, except u n ifo rm ................................ ................................
Woven cloth caps, except u n ifo rm ................................................................
Woven uniform hats and c a p s .......................................................................
All other hats and caps, including those made from purchased knit
fabric and harvest h a t s ............................................. ..................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts .................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................... ................

2353
2353-P
2353-1
2353-112

Girls’, children’s, and infants’ outerw ea r ............................................................................

236

Girls’, children’s, and infants’ dresses, blouses, and s h irts .......................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................... .......................
Dresses, blouses, & shirts, except knit sport shirts & sw e atshirts ..............
D re s s e s ...........................................................................................................................
Girls’ d re s s e s ............................................................................................................
Children’s dre ss e s .........................................................................................
All or chiefly manmade fiber fa b r ic .......................................................
Infants’ d re s s e s ...................... ......................................................................

2361

2341-A
2341-2
2341-21
2341-211
2341-2113
2341-213
2341-214
2341-22
2341-225
2341-3
2341-31
2341-315
2341-3153
2341-316
2341-3163
2341-317
2341-32
2341-326
2341-9
2341-SM
2341 -S

(3)
(3)
.2

.2

0
0
0

0
0
0

95.8

-.2

0

138.5
140.1
115.5
134.6
134.6
129.2
144.7
153.5
137.1
157.1
119.8
136.6

138.5
140.1
115.5
134.7
134.6
129.2

-.4
.4
.3
-.7

0
0
0
.1
0
0

(3)
154.2
137.1

(3)
-4.3
1.0

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

128.2

(3)

128.2

2.4

130.3

130.9

131.1

.4

.2

12/90
12/90
12/90
06/85

112.8
113.1
105.9
111.1

113.3
113.7
105.9
111.1

113.5
113.9
105.9
111.1

.4
.4

.2
.2

0
0

0
0

2353-193
2353-2
2353-215
2353-241
2353-3
2353-312
2353-315
2353-317

06/85
12/90
06/85
06/85
12/90
06/85
06/85
06/85

121.0
115.5
114.8
151.1
114.6
153.0
128.3
130.9

121.0
115.5
114.8
151.1
115.6
154.4
129.7
128.2

121.0
115.7
115.5
151.1
115.8
154.4
129.7
131.5

0
-1.4
-7.5
0
1.2
1.8
1.2
.8

0
0
2.6

2353-498
2353-SM
2353-M
2353-S

12/90
12/90
12/90
12/90

108.8
106.5
100.5
115.9

109.8
106.5
100.5
115.9

110.2
106.5
100.5
115.9

-.3
.3
0
.5

.4
0
0
0

12/84

117.8

118.9

118.9

2.3

0

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

123.7
122.1
129.8
133.9
120.7
142.0
153.8
122.2

125.8
124.2
132.9
138.5
132.1
139.6
153.8
131.8

125.8
124.2
132.9
138.5
132.1
139.6
153.8
131.8

6.5
3.7
7.7
11.1
9.4
16.9
32.8
2.5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2342-P
2342-A
2342-1
2342-14
2342-141
2342-142
2342-143
2342-15
2342-2
2342-211
2342-241
2342-SM
2342-S

2361-P
2361-1
2361-12
2361-121
2361-123
2361-12335
2361-125

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
(3)
129.7
122.5
116.1
128.4

(3)
(3)
1.9
1.8
2.0
1.7
-2.4
-2.4
-3.6
-3.5

38

-.8

1.6

(3)
.5
0
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

0
.2
.6

0
.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Girls’, children’s, and infants’ dresses, blouses, and shirts—Continued
Knit sport shirts & sw eatshirts...........................................................................
Knit sport s h irts .................................................................................................
Girls’ knit sport s h irts ...................................................................................
Contract work on dresses, blouses & s h irts ...................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2361-2
2361-21
2361-213
2361-9
2361-SM
2361-S

Girls’, children’s, & infants’ outerwear, n.e.c.................................................... ..........
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................................... ...............................................................
Coats, snowsuits, coat-and-legging sets, suits, vests, & ja c k e ts ................
C o a ts ..................................................................................................................
Outerwear, n.e.c., except contract w o r k .........................................................
Play garm ents....................................................................................................
Children’s and infants’ play garments, except infants’ creepers and
rompers ..................................................................................................
Jeans, dungarees, and s h o rts................................................................
All other play garments, except infants’ creepers and ro m p e rs .....
Infants’ creepers and ro m p e rs ..................................................................
Contract work on children’s outerwear, n.e.c..................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......... ...................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Girls’, children’s, and infants’ dresses, blouses, & s h irts .........................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

2371

Miscellaneous apparel and accesso ries....................................................................

238

Fabric dress and work gloves ................... ...................................................................
I Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Work gloves and mittens ...................................................................................
All fa b ric .............................................................................................................
Single canton fla n n e l................................... ...............................................
Double canton flannel .................................................................................
Fleeced cotton je rs e y ..................................................................................
Circular knit c o tto n .......................................................................................
Coated and partially coated fa b ric ............................................................
Other fa b ric ...................................... .............................................................
Leather or plastic and fabric com binations....................... .........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2381

Robes and dressing gowns, except children’s ..... ...................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ robes and dressing g o w n s ..................................................
Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ robes and dressing g o w n s ........................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2384

Waterproof outer garm ents...........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Raincoats and ra in ca p e s.................................................... ...........................
Men’s and boys’ ....................................................... ....................................
Other waterproof g a rm e n ts ............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......... ............................................................................

2385

Leather and sheep lined c lo th in g ................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Leather coats and ja c k e ts ..................................................................................
Men’s and boys’ ........... ..................................................................................
Women’s, misses’, and juniors’ .....................................................................
All other leather and sheep lined clothing, including children’s .................
All other leather and sheep lined clothing, including children’s ..............
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................. ..........................................................

2386

Apparel b e lts ....................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Leather b e lts .........................................................................................................
W omen’s and children’s leather b e lts .........................................................

2387

2369-P
2369-2
2369-21
2369-3
2369-34
2369-345
2369-3452
2369-3453
2369-346
2369-9
2369-SM
2369-S
2361-S
2369-SSS

2371-P
2371-1
2371-111
2371-113
2371-115

2381-P
2381-2
2381-211
2381-21122
2381-21124
2381-21132
2381-21134
2381-21138
2381-21147
2381-251
2381-SM
2381-M
2381-Z89
2381-S

2384-P
2384-1
2384-2
2384-S

2385-P
2385-141
2385-14111
2385-198
2385-SM
2385-M

2386-P
2386-1A
2386-101
2386-102
2386-1B
2386-198
2386-SM
2386-S

2387-P
2387-1
2387-11

See footnotes at end of table.




July 1994

107.8
107.7
123.2
117.2

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

107.8
107.7

0
0

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

June 1995

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

39

12/84

143.2

144.3

144.3

27.9

0

12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
1 2/84

110.9
111.4

111.6
112.2
(3)
(3)
110.3
110.9

-2.1
-2.6
1.3
.5
-3.8
-4.4

-.2
-.2

(3)
(3)
110.0
109.2

111.4
112.0
136.2
153.2
110.2
110.8

12/84
02/85
02/85
12/84
12/84

98.8

99.0

98.8

-6.0

(3)
109.5
129.8
103.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
103.1

(3)
109.5

(3)
.9

(3)
103.1

(3)
0

0

12/84
12/84
12/84

107.8
109.2
106.3

107.7
109.2
106.1

107.9
109.2
106.5

.8
2.2
.3

.2
0
.4

103.1

103.7

103.7

-4.2

0

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
06/90
12/83

103.1
104.7
104.7
107.6
96.3
101.6

103.7
105.3
105.3
107.6
104.3
101.6

103.7
105.3
105.3
107.6
104.3
101.6

-4.2
-4.4
-4.4
-1.9
-3.0
-12.9

0
0
0
0
0
0

06/85

237

Fur g o o d s .........................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Fur pro d u cts..........................................................................................................
M in k ....................................................................................................................
F o x ......................................................................................................................
Beaver, Rabbit, and Other F u rs ....................................................................

July
19952

12/83

2369

Fur g o o d s ....................................................................................................................... .

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

June
19952

122.7

122.9

123.1

2.2

.2

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

126.6
123.6
124.7
126.4
124.1
117.3
130.0
142.9
119.3
124.1
116.6

127.5
124.6
125.7
127.7
124.1
117.3
133.9
146.7
119.3
124.1
116.6

127.7
124.8
126.0
128.0
124.2
117.3
136.0
146.7
119.3
124.5
116.6

7.0
7.2
7.3
8.1
8.9
9.6
13.1
6.6
2.4
4.5
3.6

.2
.2
.2
.2
.1
0
1.6
0
0
.3
0

06/85
06/85
06/85

135.0
135.0
145.3

135.9
135.9
145.3

135.9
135.9
145.8

5.3
5.3
7.2

0
0
.3

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

116.4
117.5
119.5
116.9
113.1

116.4
117.5
119.5
116.9
113.1

116.4
117.5
119.5
116.9
113.1

.3
.5
1.7
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

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

121.4
122.6
120.1
124.3
123.6

121.3
122.5
120.1
124.3
123.2

121.8
123.1
120.7
124.9
123.7

2.4
3.0
3.3
3.2
.8

.4
.5
.5
.5
.4

06/91

(3)

(3)

95.6

.1

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

119.0
117.4
119.9
132.6
105.6

119.6
118.1
120.7
134.4
105.2

119.7
118.2
120.9
134.7
105.2

1.5
.3
1.3
4.0
-2.7

.1
.1
.2
.2
0

12/85

100.2

100.4

100.4

-3.4

0

11/89

109.0

109.0

109.0

8.1

0

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/92

127.1
124.9
135.4
106.4

127.2
125.0
135.7
106.9

127.3
125.1
135.9
107.0

2.7
2.8
4.1
3.0

.1
.1
.1
.1

(3)
(3)
-.1
-.1
-.2
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Apparel belts—Continued
Women’s and children’s made for sale separately .
Men’s and boys’ leather b e lts ................................ ........
Men’s and boys’ made for sale s e p a ra te ly ..............
Belts other than le a th e r......................................................
Women’s and children’s other than le a th e r......... .......
Women’s and children’s made for sale separately .
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....... .......
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........ ...............................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......
R e s a le s ...............................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................. ..........................

2387-115
2387-15
2387-155
2387-2
2387-21
2387-215
2387-SM
2387-M
2387-XY9
2387-Z89
2387-S

Apparel and accessories, n.e.c..........................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......... ................................ .................. ............................
Apparel and accessories, n.e.c...............................................................
Academic caps and gowns and costumes, including th e a trica l...
Ecclesiastical vestments, special garments for fraternal orders,
except tailored c lo th in g ................................ ................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..................................
Miscellaneous receipts ..................................................... ......................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................
Miscellaneous fabricated textile products.,

2389-P
2389-1
2389-191
2389-198
2389-SM
2389-M
2389-S

Textile bags ......................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
Vegetable fiber b a g s ............................................... ............. ...............
Wholly or chiefly cotton fabrics, including cotton canvas and
open-mesh c o tto n ............................. ........................................
Duffel bags/knapsacks ........................................... ................. :...

06/85
06/85
06/92
06/85
06/92
06/85

111.8
143.7
107.4
103.0
95.8
106.4

113.2
143.7
107.4
103.0
95.8
106.4

113.4
143.9
107.6
103.0
95.8
106.4

06/92
06/92
06/92
06/85

100.4
96.6
105.8
135.1

100.4
96.6
105.8
135.1

100.4

2.8

(3)
105.8
135.1

(3)
(3)

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

120.3
118.0
118.0
124.3

120.3
118.1
118.1
124.3

12/85

104.5

12/85
12/85

127.3
131.9

July 1994

2.2
5.0
5.0
0
0
.0

June 1995

0.2
.1
.2
0
0
.0
0
(3)

0

0
0

120.7
118.3
118.3
125.0

1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5

.3
.2
.2
.6

104.6

104.6

1.2

0

127.3
131.9

128.7
131.9

1.1
2.2

1.1
0

12/84

119.1

119.5

119.5

1.4

0

2391-P
2391-2
2391-211

129.6
128.1
123.6
152.3

130.1
128.8
124.6
152.3

130.4
128.9
124.5
152.3

1.6
1.4
1.9
9.9

.2
.1
-.1
0

2391-222
2391-22273
2391-22274
2391-4
2391-411

06/84
06/84
06/89
06/84
06/84

116.3
115.7
106.8
131.0
128.0

117.5
116.9
107.8
131.5
129.5

117.4
116.8
107.8
131.7
130.6

-.4
-.7
1.4
1.1
4.1

-.1
-.1
0
.2
.8

2391-444
2391-44471

06/84
06/84

132.2
132.5

132.4
132.5

132.4
132.5

.4
-.1

0
0

2391-44472
2391-44473
2391-44474
2391-SM
2391-M
2391-XY9
2391-S

06/89
06/84
12/84

120.8
135.3
117.4

122.4
136.0
117.4

122.5
135.9
117.4

3.6
1.3
.1

.1
-.1
0

06/84
06/84
06/84

144.8
130.5
126.4

144.8
130.5
126.4

144.8

2.4

0

(3)
129.2

(3)
2.5

(3)
2.2

06/83
0 6/83
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

116.5
114.6
114.4
111.9
106.0
115.2
99.3
118.5
92.5
123.4
117.7
114.6
94.8
109.2
122.2
112.1
125.5
141.2
141.1
138.1
128.1

116.7
114.7
114.4
111.9
106.2
115.2
99.3
118.6
92.5
123.4
117.7
114.7
94.8
109.2
122.3
112.7

1.9
1.9
1.1
1.1
1.2
.6
2.9
2.2
-3.7
.8
0
3.3
-.1
4.1
.1
.5

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

(3)
141.2
141.1
138.1
128.1

116.6
114.7
114.4
111.9
106.2
115.2
99.3
118.6
92.5
123.4
117.7
114.7
94.8
109.2
122.3
112.7
125.5
141.2
141.1
138.1
128.1

(3)
6.9
2.5
9.0
3.4

(3)

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

118.5
115.3
122.3
132.0

118.5
115.3
122.3
133.6

118.5
115.3
122.3
133.4

3.1
2.9
3.4
1.8

0
0
0
-.1

2393-P
2393-1

12/85
12/85
12/85

122.8
124.5
125.6

123.1
124.8
125.6

123.5
125.2
126.2

5.6
6.4
8.6

.3
.3
.5

2393-121
2393-12111

12/85
12/92

168.1
107.0

168.0
106.8

167.6
(3)

(3)

2392
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
2392-455
2392-45557
2392-45559
2392-477
2392-47771
2392-47775
2392-498
2392-SM
2392-M
2392-XY9
2392-Z89
2392-S

See footnotes at end of table.




July
19952

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

239

Curtains and d ra p e rie s................................. ..................................... .........................
Primary p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................
Curtains, except la c e .................................................... ...................................
Wholly or chiefly cotton fa b r ic s ............................ ................... ..................
Wholly or chiefly manmade fiber fabrics, plastics, and other
m aterials...................................................................................................
Chiefly polyester fa b ric s ................................................... .......................
Other materials, including p la s tic s ..........................................................
D ra p e rie s...... ................................................................................ ....................
W holly or chiefly cotton fabrics ................................. ................................
W holly or chiefly manmade fiber fabrics, plastics, and other
m aterials...................................... ............................................................
Chiefly rayon and acetate fa b ric s ..........................................................
Nylon and other manmade fiber fabrics, excluding rayon, acetate,
and p o lye ste r.... ............................................ .............. ......................
Chiefly polyester fa b ric s ...........................................................................
Other materials, including plastics .........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...........................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........ ....................... .................... ..............................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......... ........................
Secondary p ro d u c ts......... ................................................................................
House furnishings, n.e.c................................... ................. ..........................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......... ..........................................................................
Bedspreads and bedsets ..................................................................
Tailored, q u ilte d ................................. ...................... ......................
Nontailored, except t u fte d ........................................................ ....
Sheets and pillo w cases.... ................ .................................... ...........
Towels and w a sh clo th s....................................................................
Other house fu rn ish in g s .................................. ............................... .
C om forters................................... ................. ...................... .......
B la n ke ts.............................. .........................................................
Crib s iz e ................................... ................................................
All other housefurnishings, except blankets and comforters ..
Shower/bath curtains, including p la s tic ................................
Mattress protectors ................................................ ...................
Fancy pillows and cu sh io n s......... ............................................
F o a m ....................................... ........................................ ........
Other materials ........... .............................................. ............
Mops and d u s te rs ....... ..................... ............................... .......
Dry mops and d u s te rs........................ ...................................
Sponge m o p s ..........................................................................
All other house fu rn ish in g s................................. ....................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ...........................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ............................................... .....................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....................
R e s a le s ..... ...................... ..............................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts...... ........................................... ...................... :

June
19952

40

6.1

0
0
0
0

-.2
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Textile bags—Continued
Other wholly or chiefly cotton fabric b a g s ...............................................
Burlap fabric b a g s ............................................................................................
Other textile b a g s ..................................... ...........................................................
Wholly or chiefly manmade fiber fa b ric s .....................................................
Split polyethylene or polypropylene strip bags ......................................
Other manmade fiber fabric b a g s .............................................................
Spun p a p e r........................................................................................................
Other fa b ric s .......................................................... ................... .......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts.............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

2393-12122
2393-131
2393-2
2393-241
2393-24122
2393-24133
2393-258
2393-279
2393-SM
2393-S
2393-SSS

June
19952

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

12/92
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/92
12/92
12/92
12/89

114.4
104.0
124.4
125.4
110.5
106.1
101.9
109.4

114.4

114.0
106.8
125.3
127.1
116.2
106.1
101.9
109.4

6.2
16.0
4.3
3.7
7.5
1.6
.7
8.5

-0.3

(3)
125.1
127.1
116.2
106.1
101.9
108.5

12/85
12/85

115.2
115.3

115.2
115.3

115.2
115.3

1.6
1.6

0
0

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

145.4
147.1
167.8
161.3
154.6
155.6
146.4
134.4

147.7
149.2
170.4
161.3
154.6
155.6
155.3
134.4

147.4
148.9
168.7
161.3
154.6
155.6
151.2
143.4

3.9
4.0
5.7
6.0
3.5
3.6
3.5
7.1

-.2
-.2
-1.0
0
0
0
-2.6
6.7

12/85

136.8

136.6

138.9

1.8

1.7

12/85

142.1

150.0

150.0

5.6

0

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

133.3
132.0
133.8
141.9
129.7
170.7

133.3
132.0
133.8
141.9
129.6
170.7

133.6
132.1
133.8
141.9
129.9
170.7

1.1
1.5
.7
.7
2.9
3.8

.2
.1
0
0
.2
0

12/85

117.0

116.9

117.7

1.4

.7

12/85

145.3

145.3

146.7

-.3

1.0

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
06/90
12/85

109.8
109.8
127.2
127.8
106.1
116.1
124.0
86.3
142.2
103.7
115.1

109.8
109.8
127.2
127.8
106.1
116.3
124.5
86.3
142.4
103.7
115.1

109.8
109.8
127.2
127.8
106.1
116.3
124.5
86.3
142.4
103.7
115.1

-.5
-.5
0
0
-1.4
4.3
8.4
0
3.3
-1.1
-1.1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

12/83
12/83
12/83

112.3
110.8
90.5

(3)
(3)
90.5

(3)
(3)
90.5

(3)
(3)
-3.9

06/85
06/85
06/85

134.0
136.3
136.3

134.0
136.3
136.3

134.0
136.3
136.3

0
0
0

06/85
06/85

103.8
(3)

103.8
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

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

107.9
107.9
120.2
93.1
105.1
136.4
166.7
109,5

108.2
108.2
120.2
93.3
105.1
139.4
166.7
109.2

108.3
108.5
120.6
93.3
105.2
139.3
166.7
110.0

1.7
1.9
-.5
1.0
-1.6
9.8
-.8
1.5

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

12/85
12/92
12/85

100.8
95.9
113.6

100.8

97.4

-.7

-3.4

(3)
113.6

(3)
113.4

(3)
-.6

(3)
-.2

154.1

.9

.7

(3)
.2
0
0
.0
0
.8

Canvas and related p ro d u c ts ........................... ............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
A w n in g s ......................................................................................... .......................
T e n ts ................................................................................................ .....................
Other te n ts ........................................................................................................
Commercial and other t e n ts ......................................................................
Tarpaulins and other c o v e rs ................................................................. ............
Fitted ..................................................................................................................
Other p ro d u cts.....................................................................................................
S a ils ....................................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2394

Pleating, stitching, and tu ckin g .....................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Embroideries (except S c h iffli)............................................................................
Embroideries, including embroidered art nee dlew ork...............................
Commission embroidering, tucking, pleating, etc. for the tra d e ..................
Embroidering (exc. Schiffli) on materials owned by o th e rs ......................
Contract tucking, pleating, hemstitching, and buttonholing for the
tra d e ............................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2395

Automotive trimmings, apparel findings, and related p ro d u cts....... ......................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................ ........................................................
Men’s and boys’ suit and coat findings, and hat and cap trim m in g s.......
Men’s and boys’ coat, suit, and trouser findings ......................................
Automotive trimmings .... ....................................................................................
Other trimmings and fin d in g s.............................................................................
W omen’s and children’s apparel trimmings and fin d in g s.........................
Other trimmings and findings, including furniture trim m in g s....................
Bias bindings, except fused or sealed e d g e ...............................................
Printing and stamping on apparel, apparel accessories, and art goods ...
Printing on purchased textile products, including silk s c re e n ..................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..... ................. ................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2396

Schiffli machine embroideries ............................................................... ......................
Primary p ro d u c ts.....................................................................................................
Schiffli machine em broideries............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................................
Secondary P ro d u c ts .............................. ..........................................................

2397

Fabricated textile products, n .e .c .................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Automobile seat c o v e rs .................................................................. ...............
Seat or safety belts, including shoulder harnesses, except le a th e r......
Sleeping b a g s ....................................................................................................
Flags, banners, and similar e m b le m s ..........................................................
Parachutes............................................................... .........................................
All other fabricated textile products, n.e.c..... ..............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ................................................................. .....................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2399

Lumber and wood products, except fu rn itu re ...........................................................

24

12/84

155.5

153.1

Logging camps and logging contractors...... ..............................................................

241

12/81

198.0

200.8

194.0

2.5

-3.4

Logging camps and logging contractors....................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................ .............................................................
Softwood logs, bolts, and tim b e r ......................................................................

2411

12/81
12/81
12/81

197.9
203.6
254.1

200.8
206.5
256.0

194.0
198.8
245.4

2.5
2.1
1.4

-3.4
-3.7
-4.1

2394-P
2394-2
2394-3
2394-366
2394-36637
2394-5
2394-555
2394-8
2394-877
2394-SM
2394-S

2395-P
2395-1
2395-112
2395-9
2395-911
2395-931
2395-SM
2395-S

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-XY9
2396-S

2397-P
2397-1
2397-SM
2397-XY9
2397-SS

2399-P
2399-115
2399-125
2399-131
2399-141
2399-185
2399-198
2399-SM
2399-M
2399-Z89
2399-S

2411-P
2411-1

See footnotes at end of table.




41

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

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Logging camps and logging contractors— Continued
Douglas f i r .......................... ..................................
Sawlogs and b o lts ...........................................
Softwood, except Douglas f i r ...........................
Southern yellow p in e .....................................
S p ru ce ........ ......................................................
Other softwood log species, n.e.c................
Hardwood logs, bolts, and tim b e r.......................
Other hardwood log species, n.e.c..................
P u lpw ood.................................................................
S o ftw o o d ..............................................................
H ardw ood.............................................................
Other p ro d u cts.......................................................
Wood poles, piles, and p o s ts ..........................
Wood chips produced in the field ...................
Contract logging ........... ........................................
Contract lo g g in g ..................................................

2411-117
2411-11744
2411-13
2411-131
2411-133
2411-139
2411-2
2411-221
2411-3
2411-31115
2411-32227
2411-4
2411-413
2411-416
2411-9
2411-911

June
19952

July
19952

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/94
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
06/82
12/94
12/94
12/81
12/81

287.8
278.7
232.4
106.9
231.4
100.9
158.0
122.5
108.8
105.2
108.3
90.1

279.1
270.3
223.6
106.7
231.4
100.9
158.2
123.1
113.0
108.3
115.9
90.3
100.0
99.9
115.2
115.2

8.5
9.1
-3.8
15.6
6.4

(3)
100.1
117.4
117.4

283.0
274.1
239.1
106.8
231.4
100.9
174.8
123.4
116.0
114.4
107.4
90.3
100.0
99.9
117.1
117.1

(3)
(3)
3.9
3.9

-1.4
-1.4
-6.5
-.1
0
0
-9.5
-.2
-2.6
-5.3
7.9
0
0
0
-1.6
-1.6

July 1994

(3)
1.3
1.5
11.3
11.0
(3)
-2.9

June 1995

Sawmills and planing mills .

242

12/84

159.0

151.9

154.4

-4.9

1.6

Sawmills and planing m ills .................................................... .......................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................ ........................
Hardwood lumber, rough and dressed, except s id in g .................................
Hardwood rough lu m b e r................................................................................
O a k .................................................................................................................
Red, no. 1 common ................................................................................
W h ite ..........................................................................................................
Other Red O a k .........................................................................................
P o p la r.... •..................... ..................................................................................
Maple, gum, & ash ro u g h ...........................................................................
Other hardwoods rough .................................... ........................................
Hardwood, dressed lumber, including ceiling, framing, and matched
and shiplapped lu m be r..... ............. ............. ........................................
O a k .................................................................................................................
Other hardwood s p e c ie s ...........................................................................
Softwood lumber, rough and dressed, except s id in g .......................... ........
Softwood lumber, rough and dressed, Eastern species, except siding
Rough softwood lumber, Eastern s p e c ie s .............................................
Boards - lumber less than 2 inches in nominal thickness ...............
Dressed softwood lumber, Eastern s p e c ie s ..........................................
Boards - lumber less than 2 inches in nominal th ic k n e s s ..............
Southern Pine ..................................................................................
Finish, c and b e tte r ..........................................................................
Boards, no. 2 ....... .............................................................................
Other Southern Pine B o a rd s .............................................................
Light framing lumber 2 inch nominal thickness only ..... ............
Southern P in e .............................................................. ^......................
Dimension, no. 1 ....................................................... .........................
Dimension no. 2 ....................... ...........................................................
Other 2 inch Southern Pine lu m b e r..................................................
Lumber and timbers over 2 inch nominal thickness, Eastern
s p e c ie s ...............................................................................................
Southern P in e .......................................................................................
Softwood lumber, rough and dressed, Western species .......................
Rough softwood lumber, Western s p e c ie s ............................................
Boards - lumber less than 2 inches in nominal th ic k n e s s ..............
Light framing lumber 2 inch nominal thickness only .......................
Lumber and timbers over 2 inches in nominal th ic k n e s s ...............
Dressed softwood lumber, Western s p e c ie s .........................................
Boards-lumber less than 2 inch nominal th ic k n e s s .........................
Douglas F ir ...........................................................................................
Other b o a rd s ........................................................................................
Ponderosa P in e ...................................................................................
No. 3 b o a rd s ............................................................. ..........................
Other boards ........................................... .............................................
Redwood and Western Red C e d a r.................................................
Other boards, Western dressed so ftw o o d .....................................
Lumber of 2 inches nominal thickness o n ly .....................................
Douglas F ir ...... .............. ............................................ .........................
Standard and b e tte r................................ ...........................................
Other 2 inch Douglas Fir lu m b e r.....................................................
Ponderosa P in e ...................................................................................
White F ir ................................................................................................
Standard and b e tte r............................................................................
Other 2 inch White Fir lu m b e r..........................................................
Western H e m lo ck................................................................................
Dimension, std. and btr.......................................................................
Other 2 inch Western Hemlock lu m b e r..........................................
Redwood 2 inch lu m b e r.....................................................................

2421
2421-P
2421-1
2421-12
2421-121
2421-12111
2421-12112
2421-12119
2421-122
2421-124
2421-125

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/95
06/95

155.1
159.2
177.0
174.5
196.9
214.7
169.4
200.6
140.7

150.4
154.0
170.6
168.3
197.2
211.7
172.9
198.2
128.5
95.8
98.6

-5.3
-5.9
-4.1
-3.6
1.7
-1.0
6.3
-1.1
-17.0

(3)
(3)

147.7
151.1
172.5
170.2
197.5
214.3
172.4
196.6
129.4
100.0
100.0

(3)
(3)

1.8
1.9
-1.1
-1.1
-.2
-1.2
.3
.8
-.7
-4.2
-1.4

2421-13
2421-131
2421-139
2421-2
2421-3
2421-31
2421-311
2421-32
2421-321
2421-3211
2421-32111
2421-32113
2421-32119
2421-322
2421-3221
2421-32211
2421-32212
2421-32219

12/80
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

188.8
177.4
163.7
166.6
164.4
134.8
106.2
176.9
191.2
194.8
168.9
(3)
180.1
172.4
169.7
170.8
170.4
166.7

183.1
171.0
159.7
155.2
146.6
124.2
103.1
156.1
183.4
186.8
164.3
(3)
177.8
142.9
143.1
142.3
143.2
141.6

182.6
169.9
159.7
159.4
151.0
123.4
101.7
163.1
181.6
184.8

-6.8
-9.5
-4.5
-8.8
-9.0
-9.7
-7.5
-8.5
-3.2
-2.9

-.3
-.6
0
2.7
3.0
-.6
-1.4
4.5
-1.0
-1.1

(3)
211.6
175.1
155.3
155.5
147.4
162.5
150.3

(3)
(3)
-3.6
-9.9
-7.0
-2.4
-3.0
-11.1

(3)
(3)
-1.5
8.7
8.7
3.6
13.5
6.1

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

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
12/86
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

156.7
145.9
166.9
172.6
178.2
137.6
227.6
165.3
167.4
136.7
134.5
223.2
148.0
249.4
161.4
199.4
158.8
154.2
163.3
188.5
158.3
173.5

148.4
138.2
158.2
167.1
177.4
126.3
226.7
155.3
160.4
134.2
132.2
202.1
131.0
228.2
159.8
191.0
143.2
139.4
150.3
173.3
142.9
156.2

151.8

-15.8

2.3

(3)
-8.8
-5.9
-.5
-14.2
-3.3
-9.8
-11.1
-18.6
-18.4
-6.7
-13.1
-2.1
-2.8
-6.3
-11.6
-14.2
-9.2
-7.1
3.1
-21.2

(3)
2.5
1.5
-2.1
4.7
-.2
3.0
-3.9
-8.9
-9.5
-2.8
-10.6
-.2
-1.5
.8
8.0
7.8
9.2
7.7
11.1
1.2

(3)
176.7
152.0
133.9
176.7
157.7

(3)
149.5
136.7
123.0
155.5
169.4

(3)
162.2
169.6
173.7
132.2
226.3
160.0
154.1
122.2
119.7
196.4
117.1
227.8
157.4
192.6
154.6
150.3
164.1
186.6
158.8
158.1
154.9
163.8
154.0
137.8
176.0
169.8

(3)
-22.0
-11.8
-12.6
-11.1
10.2

(3)
9.6
12.7
12.0
13.2
.2

See footnotes at end of table.




42

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Sawmills and planing mills— Continued
Lodgepole, Sugar, and Western (Idaho) White Pine 2 inch
lu m b e r........................................................................... ..............
Other Western softwood 2 inch lu m b e r........................................
Lumber and timbers, over 2 inch nominal thickness .....................
Douglas F ir ............................................................... .........................
Other Western softwood tim b e rs ......................... ......................
Wood c h ip s ............................................................... .......................................
Short t o n s ......................................................................................................
Standard u n its ..............................................................................................
Softwood cut stock ....................................................... .................................
Furniture cut s to c k .......................................................................................
Other industrial cut s to c k ...........................................................................
Softwood flooring, siding and other sawmill and planing mill products .
W o odsidin g................................................................. ..................................
Railway crossties and mine t ie s ...............................................................
Other sawmill/planing mill p ro d u cts.........................................................
Contract/custom w o rk ....................................................................................
Contract or custom sawing of logs owned by o th e rs ...........................
Contract drying, planing, resawing or other manufacturing of lumber
owned by o th e rs ........................................................... .......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...................................................................................
Resales ............................................................ .............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................. ;.............. .......................................
Logging cam ps/contractors ................................................................ .....
Other secondary p ro d u c ts .........................................................................

July
19952

126.5
155.9
211.3
179.3
238.0
114.3
138.4
85.5
154.3
(3)
153.4
143.1
170.2
145.8
100.0
141.1

(3)
171.5
207.4
178.7
231.8
115.1
138.0
88.8
154.4
135.1

July 1994

June 1995

(3)
-10.3
-.8
-12.6
9.4
10.4
10.6
11.8
-2.3

(3)
10.0
-1.8
-.3
-2.6
.7
-.3
3.9
.1

(3)
(3)
-1.6

(3)
(3)
-.4

(3)
.8
(3)
5.1

(3)
-.5
-.5
0

(3)

(3)

2421-4228
2421-4229
2421-423
2421-4231
2421-4239
2421-5
2421-577
2421-578
2421-7
2421-711
2421-751
2421-8
2421-813
2421-817
2421-819
2421-9
2421-911

(3)

(3)

124.4

124.4

124.4

6.9

12/80
06/95
12/80
12/80
12/80

(3)
(3)
133.2
133.2
133.2

(3)
100.0
131.3
131.3
131.3

91.2
100.0
131.5
130.5
132.4

(3)
(3)
2.8
2.0
3.5

(3)

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/91
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/91
06/84
06/84

148.2
149.7
137.3
128.6
129.3
151.8
154.8
151.9
123.4
144.9
135.5

145.9
148.1
136.1
127.1
125.8
152.0
155.7
149.6
121.0
137.1
136.1

145.8
147.6
134.5
125.5
122.7
151.6
154.1
149.9
121.0
137.1
136.2

-.3
.1
-2.4
-3.5
-7.1
-.5
4.8
1.3
.4
-1.9
4.8

-.1
-.3
-1.2
-1.3
-2.5
-.3
-1.0
.2
0
0
.1

2426-229
2426-28

06/84

164.8

164.9

164.9

.5

0

2426-284
2426-6
2426-SM
2426-S

06/91
06/84

130.4
151.5

130.6
151.5

131.5
151.5

4.4
2.3

.7
0

06/84

139.9

129.8

133.6

-4.2

2.9

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
0 6/94

202.2
203.0
203.0
214.6
209.5
213.0
100.1

206.6
207.9
207.9
221.2
213.5
222.0
100.1

204.4
205.1
205.1
217.4
206.8
221.4
100.1

2.9
2.2
2.2
2.6
4.3
1.0
.1

-1.1
-1.3
-1.3
-1.7
-3.1
-.3
0

06/94

97.0

90.3

112.1

13.8

24.1

12/84

150.6

149.1

150.8

3.1

1.1

2431-P
2431-1
2431-133
2431-137
2431-141
2431-145

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

152.4
152.8
149.7
153.3
151.1
144.7
99.5

151.9
152.2
148.9
152.9
151.4
144.7
99.5

152.2
152.4
150.0
154.0
151.2
144.7
99.5

.7
.7
2.6
2.5
2.1
2.1
1.0

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

2431-2
2431-215
2431-3
2431-315

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

163.0
157.0
144.7
147.1

162.7
156.7
139.7
139.6

162.7
156.7
140.5
140.8

-.4
-.4
-2.2
-3.3

0
0
.6
.9

2431-4
2431-41
2431-411
2431-413
2431-419
2431-43
2431-433

06/83
06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/88
06/83

157.0
147.0
182.4
160.9
167.0
137.6
152.8

157.6
146.4
182.4
157.9
169.0
137.6
152.8

158.2
147.3
182.4
160.9
169.0
137.6
152.8

1.9
1.5
.3
2.9
2.1
-1.1
-2.1

.4
.6
0
1.9
.0
0
0

2429

243

Millwork .......................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................
W ood window u n its ................................ ........................................................
Double h u n g ................................................................................................
C a sem e nt....................................................................... .............................
Horizontal slid in g .............................................................. ................... .......
All other, including single hung and s k ylights........................ ...............
W ood sash, incl. comb, screen and storm sash, and window screens,
excl. window u n its ............................................ ......................................
Wood sash; g la z e d ......................... ............................................... ............
Wood window and door frames and door frames shipped in door units ..
Door fra m e s .....................................................................................................
Wood doors, int. and ext., incl. those shipped with glazed sections and
in door u n its ................................................................................................
Panel type doors, including French d o o rs .................................................
Douglas f i r ....................................................................................................
Western p in e s ...................................... ............. .........................................
Other species .............................................................................................
Flush type doors, hollow c o re .....................................................................
Hardwood faces, including lauan, birch, oak, etc..................................

(3)

12/86

2426-P
2426-1
2426-11
2426-111
2426-119
2426-141
2426-2
2426-22
2426-223
2426-227

Millwork, veneer, plywood, and structural wood members ...............................

161.7
180.4
198.3
185.8
208.2
110.8
133.7
83.3
160.5

2426

Special product sawmills, n.e.c................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .................................................................. .............................
Shingles, shakes, cooperage stock and exce lsio r.......... ........................
Red cedar shingles and s h a k e s ......... .....................................................
Shingles, including remanufactured shingle s......................................
Shakes (handsplit and resawn, taper and straight s p lit)..................
Slack & tight cooperage stock (staves & headings)............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..................................... ...
Secondary p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
04/91
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/95
12/80
12/80

2421-951
2421-SM
2421-M
2421-Z89
2421 S
2411-S
2421 -SSS

Hardwood dimension and flooring .................. ........................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................
Hardwood flo o rin g ...........................................................................................
O a k .................................................................................................................
Strip oak flooring (3 /4 ” , 1 /2 ” , 3 /8 ” T & G and E M )........................
Oak specialty flooring, including block, parquetry and p la n k ..........
Glued laminated truck trailer flooring and railroad car d e c k in g .........
Hardwood dimension stock for furniture and industrial u s e s .................
Furniture d im en sion.....................................................................................
Rough .........................................................................................................
S em ifabricated..........................................................................................
Completely fabricated ready for assembly, incl furniture parts, ex
frames for household furn ........................ .....................................
Industrial dim en sion.....................................................................................
Industrial dimension except compression-modified and densified
w o o d .................................... ..................... .........................................
Wood frames for household fu rn itu re ..........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

2431

2429-P
2429-1
2429-111
2429-11101
2429-11103
2429-117
2429-SM
2429-S

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

43

(3)
159.3
144.9
171.1
147.6
(3)
141.1

(3)
142.5
(3)
145.1
99.5
141.1

0

0
.2
-.6
.8

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products^Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Millwork— Continued
Hardboard fa c e s ...........................................................................................
Flush type doors, solid c o r e ......... ............................................. ...................
Hardwood faces, including lauan, birch, oak, etc............ .......................
Non-hardwood fa c e s ............................ .......................................................
Other wood doors, incl. garage, screen, storm, combination, and louvre .
Screen doors and combination screen and storm doors, w o o d .............
Bi-fold doors, wood .........................................................................................
Sliding patio doors, w o o d .................'........................................ ....................
Other wood doors, incl. storm, cabinet, toilet, grain, etc...........................
W ood moldings (standard) except prefinished moldings made from
purchased m o ld in g s .....................................................................................
Softwood m o ld in g s ..........................................................................................
P in e .................................................................................................................
Other softwood species .............................................................................
Hardwood, including la u a n .............................................................................
Other millwork products including stairwork and exterior m illw o rk.............
Stairwork, including treads, risers, balusters, brackets, crooks,
newels, rails, etc.........................................................................................
Softwood ........................................................................................................
H a rd w o o d ................................................................................. .....................
Exterior wood blinds and shutters, with or without hardw are.... .............
Exterior millwork, including porch columns, porch rails, newels,
trellises, and e n trances............................................................................
Nonstandard wood moldings, carvings, and ornaments suitable for
arch, or furn. d e c o ra tio n s ........................................................................
Other millwork products, n.e.c., including interior m illw o rk ......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................ ...............................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Other secondary products ................. ..................... ................... ...................
Metal doors, sash, and trim ............................................................. .............
Wood kitchen c a b in e ts ...................................................... ............................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................... ...........
W ood kitchen cabinets and cabinetwork, stock line .....................................
W o o d .......................................................... .............. .........................................
Plastic la m inated....................................................... .......................................
Wood kitchen cabinets and cabinetwork, c u s to m ........................................
W o o d ................................................................. ................................................
Plastic la m inated...............................................................................................
Vanities and other cabinetw ork.... ............. ......................................................
Stock lin e ............................ *................................................. ............................
C u s to m .............................................................. ................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....... ........... .....................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .... ..................................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......... ............................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ......... ................. ..................................... ...........................
Hardwood veneer and plywood .....................
...... .............. ..................................
Primary products ................................................................... ................ ..................
Hardwood plyw ood..............................................................................................
Veneer core hardwood p ly w o o d ....................................................................
Prefinished hardwood plywood made from purchased plyw ood.................
Hardwood plywood type products............................ ............... ........................
Hardwood veneered p a n e ls ...........................................................................
Hardwood veneer, not reinforced or b a c k e d ..................................................
M a p le ....................................................... ..........................................................
O a k .....................................................................................................................
W a ln u t........................................................................................... ....................
Other hardwoods (domestic and im ported)................................ ................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...... .......................................
Softwood plyw ood...........................................................................................................
Primary products ................... ...................... ...................... .....................................
Specialty softwood plywood ...................
............................. .......................
Other plywood specialties, including softwood plywood type products .
Softwood v e n e e r........................................................ ........................ ...........
Softwood plywood shea thing.......................................................................
Western, Inland & other Non-southern shea thing................................
Western, Inland & Non-southern interior s h e a th in g .........................
Other Western, Inland, & Non-southern interior sheathing,
including: structural....... ..............................................................
Southern sheathing ................................ ............... ...................................
Southern interior shea thing ...................................................................
Southern CDX, in te rio r................................... ....................... ...........
Other Southern, in te rio r .................... .................. ..............................
Southern exterior sheathing .............. ............ ......................................
Sanded softwood plywood ............................................................... ............

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

2431-435
2431-44
2431-44A
2431-44B
2431-5
2431-575
2431-584
2431-585
2431-598

06/83
06/88
06/88

130.2
141.7
137.7

130.2
144.1
140.7

130.2
145.0
140.7

1.1
5.8
6.6

0
.6
0

06/83
06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83

149.2
133.4
166.5
145.3
152.3

151.5
133.4
167.0
145.3
158.8

151.0
133.4
167.0
145.3
157.4

1.9
0
3.8
0
2.7

-.3
0
0
0
-.9

2431-6
2431-62
2431-621
2431-622
2431-651
2431-8

06/83
06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83

150.0
134.1
146.9
170.8
164.1
165.4

147.3
129.2
141.3
167.8
178.5
164.1

146.2
128.5
140.6
166.7
175.0
164.3

-3.3
-4.7
-5.0
-.9
4.7
.5

-.7
-.5
-.5
-.7
-2.0
.1

2431-82
2431-821
2431-825
2431-831

06/88
06/83
06/83
06/83

136.9
175.4
158.7
151.0

136.9
(3)
158.7
151.0

136.9

2.0

(3)
158.7
151.0

(3)
3.5
0

2431-835

08/83

188.2

188.2

188.2

.5

0

2431-875
2431-898
2431-SM
2431-M
2431-Z89
2431-S
2431 -SSS
3442-S

06/83
06/83

207.1
158.5

201.7
158.5

202.5
158.5

-.3
.4

.4
0

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

147.8
148.1
150.5
157.6
129.3

147.9
148.2
149.9
156.8
129.3

147.9
148.2
151.8
159.4
129.3

-1.3
-2.0
1.9
1.9
2.5

0
0
1.3
1.7
0

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

142.7
142.5
146.5
147.1
143.1
135.8
138.2
128.6
146.3
151.6
141.0

145.1
144.6
149.0
149.9
143.5
137.6
140.2
129.8
147.9
154.8
141.0

145.4
144.9
149.4
150.3
143.6
138.0
140.8
129.8
147.7
154.5
141.0

4.2
4.2
5.7
5.6
5.6
2.6
2.9
1.6
2.9
5.5
0

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

12/89
12/89
06/84

118.6
118.0
149.5

126.9
120.1
(3)

126.9
120.1
(3)

7.0
1.8
(3)

0
0
(3)

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/91
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/91
06/85
06/85
06/85

137.1
137.5
132.9
118.6
136.3
139.4
145.3
136.1
137.6
134.2
153.7
129.5

138.7
138.6
134.8
120.4
136.3
139.9
149.3
136.9
137.6
134.0
153.4
129.8

137.8
137.7
132.9
119.0
136.3
139.7
148.1
136.4
137.6
132.5
153.8
129.9

2.8
1.1
-1.0
-.2
-3.3
4.4
3.5
6.0
6.9
3.2
5.1
6.6

-.6
-.6
-1.4
-1.2
0
-.1
-.8
-.4
0
-1.1
.3
.1

2436-P
2436-3
2436-31
2436-4
2436-5
2436-51
2436-511

12/80
12/80
12/80
06/95
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

158.6
154.6
171.8

151.8
147.6
170.5
100.0
147.5
143.1
149.5
149.5

158.3
156.1
170.1
99.4
147.4
159.7
166.3
166.3

9.8
11.3
4.0

4.3
5.8
-.2
-.6
-.1
11.6
11.2
11.2

2436-51124
2436-52
2436-521
2436-5211
2436-5212
2436-522
2436-6

06/95
06/95
12/80
12/80
06/95
12/80
12/80

(3)
(3)
140.0
149.1

100.0
100.0
123.3
140.9
100.0
139.1
155.5

103.1
112.1
138.3
157.2
113.5

2434-P
2434-1
2434-111
2434-113
2434-2
2434-212
2434-214
2434-3
2434-316
2434-318
2434-SM
2434-M
2434-XY9
2434-S

2435-P
2435-1
2435-108
2435-2
2435-3
2435-331
2435-4
2435-417
2435-419
2435-421
2435-429
2435-SM

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

44

(3)
155.8
151.7
158.0
158.0

(3)
147.9
158.2

(3)
152.6

(3)
-1 .9
16.6
14.9
14.9
(3)
(3)
14.2
18.2
(3)
(3)
8.7

0
(3)
0
0

3.1
12.1
12.2
11.6
13.5
(3)
-1.9

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Softwood plywood—Continued
Western, Inland & Non-southern s a n d e d ....................................................
Western, Inland & Non-southern sanded, e x te rio r................................
Western, Inland & Non-southern A-C, e x te rio r...................................
Western, Inland & Non-southern sanded, in te rio r.................................
Southern san d e d .................................. ............................................................
Southern sanded, e x te rio r..........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........................................................... ................................
Sawmill & planing m ills ...................................................................................

2436-61
2436-611
2436-6111
2436-612
2436-62
2436-622
2436-SM
2436-S
2421 -S

Structural wood members, n.e.c................... ...................... .........................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ....................................... ...................... .............................,.........
Glued laminated lu m b e r..................................................................................
Roof tru s s e s .....................................................................................................
Other fabricated structural wood p ro d u c ts..................................................
Floor trusses, incl I-beam floor jo is ts .......................................................
Other fabricated structural wood products, except floor trusses .......
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ................... ..........................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .................... .......................... ............. ........................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................

2439

W ood co n ta in e rs............................................................................................................

244

Nailed wood boxes and s h o o k .... .............. ..................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......... ....................................................... ....................................
Nailed or lock-corner wooden b o xe s..... ..........................................................
Made from lumber for industrial and other u s e s .......................................
Made from veneer and plywood for fruits, vegetables, and industrial
and other u s e s ..........................................................................................
Wooden box and crate s h o o k ...........................................................................
Made from lumber for industrial and other u s e s .......................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2441

W ood pallets and s k id s .................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Pallets, wooden, f la t ............. ......................................... ............... .....................
Wooden s k id s ......................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..........................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..... ........................................... .....................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2448

Wood containers, n.e.c...................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Wirebound boxes made from lumber, veneer, and p ly w o o d .......................
Made from veneer and p lyw o o d ...................................................................
For fruits and v e g e ta b le s........................................................... ................
Veneer and plywood containers, except boxes and c r a te s ........................
Containers incl. pails, drums, tubs, fruit and vegetable baskets, and
hampers, etc. ............................................................................ ................
Slack and tight c o o p e ra g e .................................................................................
Slack cooperage(hogsheads, barrels, & kegs, incl. recoopered used
slack barrels and k e g s ).......... .................................................................
Tight cooperage(hogsheads, barrels, & kegs for bourbon and other
w h is k e y ).....................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....................
...................

2449

Wood buildings and mobile h o m e s .............................................................................
Mobile h o m e s ..................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Mobile homes, residential ..................................................................................
Single s e c tio n ....................................................................................................
12ft to 14ft.................................................................................. ...................
14ft and o v e r ................................ ................................................................
Multi-section ...................................................................... ..............................
Doublewide.....................................................................................................
Other m ulti-section........................................................ ...............................
Mobile buildings, non -residential..... ................................................... .............
Office and other com m e rcial................................... ......................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...... .......................................
Prefabricated wood buildings and c om pone nts........................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......... ................... ................. ......................................................
Components not sold as complete u n its .............................. .......................
Residential (homes, townhouses, and apa rtm e nts)..................................
Precut packages sold as complete u n its ........................................................
Residential (homes, townhouses, and apa rtm e nts)..................................
Nonresidential, including motels and h o te ls ...............................................

2452

2439-P
2439-131
2439-151
2439-198
2439-19815
2439-19825
2439-SM
2439-M
2439-Z89

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

06/95
12/80
06/95
06/95
06/95
12/80

(3)
157.7

100.0
154.9
100.0
100.0
100.0
158.9

99.1
150.1
97.8
109.9
98.8
155.8

(3)
6.9
(3)
(3)
(3)
12.4

-0.9
-3.1
-2.2
9.9
-1.2
-2.0

12/80
06/95

172.5

(3)
100.0

158.0
108.8

-2.5

(3)

(3)

(3)
8.8

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

157.9
155.2
140.6
153.2
193.1
191.2
196.4

153.4
150.6
139.4
147.0
190.5
185.0
200.9

153.6
150.8
141.1
146.5
191.6
185.8
202.6

-3.9
-4.5
-2.2
-6.3
.1
-6.0
13.0

.1
.1
1.2
-.3
.6
.4
.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
161.2

12/93

105.5

103.8

104.1

4.5

.3

06/85

148.9

148.2

148.0

.2

-.1

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

138.2
131.6
122.7
126.6

138.5
131.9
123.3
126.9

138.1
131.4
123.3
127.2

0
-.3
1.1
1.8

-.3
-.4
0
.2

06/85
06/85
06/85

136.3
138.5
138.9

137.5
138.5
138.9

137.2
137.7
137.9

.8
-1.1
-.7

-.2
-.6
-.7

06/85

131.7

131.9

131.4

1.9

-.4

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

151.5
147.2
150.9
126.7

150.2
145.8
149.6
123.9

149.9
145.4
149.1
123.9

-.9
-1.2
-1.1
-2.1

-.2
-.3
-.3
0

06/92
06/85

104.5
176.9

106.0
176.9

106.0
176.9

2.1
.3

0
0

2449-P
2449-1
2449-112
2449-11211
2449-3

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

149.1
146.2
138.7
132.7
120.1
176.7

149.6
146.8
139.3
133.5
121.1
177.6

150.9
148.2
139.3
133.5
121.1
186.9

8.0
5.9
4.1
5.0
3.3
18.4

.9
1.0
0
0
0
5.2

2449-312
2449-5

12/85
12/85

176.7
145.7

177.6
145.9

186.9
145.9

18.4
1.2

5.2
0

2449-512

06/92

109.9

109.9

109.9

4.3

0

2449-513
2449-SM

12/85

143.3

143.5

143.5

.1

0

245

12/84

146.6

148.2

148.3

5.4

.1

2451

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/94
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/94
06/94
06/94

149.9
150.0
151.8
150.8
104.2
163.4
158.4
158.5
104.2
101.6
102.6

151.2
151.1
153.0
152.3
106.0
164.8
159.3
159.4
104.3
101.9
103.1

151.2
151.1
153.1
152.2
106.0
164.8
159.4
159.5

6.3
6.3
6.6
7.5
5.9
7.9
5.5
5.6

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

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

153.3
150.0
138.5
140.5
158.2
162.6
144.0

155.8
152.8
138.9
140.9
166.4
166.3
156.8

156.0
152.9
138.3
140.3
167.0
167.5
156.8

2441-P
2441-1
2441-151
2441-165
2441-2
2441-215
2441 -SM
2441-S

2448-P
2448-162
2448-165
2448-SM
2448-M
2448-S

2451 -P
2451-1
2451-13
2451-1333
2451-1344
2451-14
2451-141
2451-143
2451-2
2451-222
2451-SM

2452-P
2452-1
2452-173
2452-2
2452-221
2452-223

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

45

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

4.1
4.2
5.8
5.9
4.7
1.6
8.9

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

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Prefabricated wood buildings and components—Continued
Panelized buildings sold as complete u n its ....................................................

July
19952

July 1994

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

155.1
151.2
153.5
147.2

156.7
152.9
155.3
148.2

156.6
152.9
155.3

(3)

0

2452-4
2452-444
2452-S

12/84
12/84
08/92

137.1
135.6
162.3

137.7
136.4
158.1

137.8
136.6
161.9

4.5
6.5
3.3

.1
.1
2.4

12/84

146.0

143.7

144.5

2.8

.6

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

147.6
148.9
153.3
135.5
157.0
150.3
152.7
143.1
151.1
123.4

145.3
146.3
156.5
139.5
160.0
142.8
155.0
131.1
145.6
123.4

146.3
147.4
157.3
141.0
160.6
144.3
155.1
132.9
152.8
123.3

3.1
2.6
12.4
2.4
14.6
-4.1
3.4
-8.2
4.2
-.2

.7
.8
.5
1.1
.4
1.1
.1
1.4
4.9
-.1

06/85

175.1

176.8

(3)

(3)

06/91
06/91
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
06/84

128.0
129.0
162.7
130.8
154.1
155.4
168.5
148.2
130.8

122.8
123.6
159.6
(3)
149.4
148.0
161.0
129.5
120.8

124.0
124.8
157.1
128.2
147.2
147.4
154.1
139.8
121.1

-.3
-.3
-.3
-1.9
0
.5
-4.8
-1.4
-.9

249
2491
2491-P
2491-2
2491-211
2491-213
2491-3
2491-311
2491-313
2491-319
2491-911
2491-SM
2491-S

Wood poles, piles, and posts owned and treated by same establishment

Other wood products owned and treated by same estab lis h m e n t............
Railway crossties and mine t ie s ....................................................................
Lumber and wood siding, rough and w o rk e d .............................................
Other wood treated p ro d u c ts .........................................................................

2493
2493-P
2493-1
2493-107
2493-112^
2493-11211
2493-11213
2493-2
2493-3
2493-311
2493-31114

Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Oriented strand b o a rd .........................................................................................
Medium density fiberboa rd.......... ......................................................................
Uncoated p a n e l.................................. ..............................................................
Uncoated standard size p a n e l............................... ....................................
Fabricated hardboard products from hardboard made in this
establishm ent............................. ............................................ ......................
Fib e rb o a rd ........................................ ....................................................................
Fabricated hardboard products made from purchased hardbo ard.............
Coated or la m inated........................................................................................
Other, including door skins, garage door panels, furniture s to c k .......
Prefinished particleboard and medium density fiberboard made from
purchased m aterials....................................................................................
Particleboard .................................. ............. ....................................................

(3)

2.4
1.7
1.8

June 1991

2452-3
2452-334
2452-33433
2452-337

Nonresidential, including motels and hotels ...............................................
Modular buildings shipped with floors and walls, and usually ceilings
and r o o fs ........................................................................................................

Wood p re serving.............................................................................................................

June
19952

-0.1
0
0

(3)
1.0
1.0
-1.6
(3)
-1.5
-.4
-4.3
8.0
.2

06/84

128.7

118.4

118.8

-1.1

.3

2493-4
2493-5
2493-6
2493-622
2493-62217

06/84
12/85
09/84

112.3
127.2
124.0

113.1
130.8
124.8

112.0
130.8
124.8

0
2.3
.5

-1.0
0
0

06/91

110.3

110.3

110.3

-.4

0

2493-7
2493-721

06/91
06/91

128.5
135.0

124.7
130.2

123.9
129.2

.5
-.3

-.6
-.8

2499-P
2499-1
2499-111
2499-11111
2499-11115
2499-121
2499-12131
2499-131
2499-13161
2499-9
2499-911
2499-917
2499-919
2499-95
2499-951
2499-959
2499-962
2499-985

06/84
0 6/84
0 6/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/91
06/84
06/91
06/84
06/84
06/84
06/84

139.2
137.2
160.1
141.8
141.9
146.4
166.0
179.3
211.5
239.6
143.9
131.9
111.0
125.5
106.4
116.3
135.6
145.3
151.5

140.1
138.2
160.1
141.8
141.9
146.4
166.0
179.3
211.5
239.6
145.5
131.9
111.6
127.8
106.8
116.3
138.2
145.3
153.4

140.3
138.4
160.1
141.8
141.9
146.4
166.0
179.3
211.5
239.6
145.9
131.9
111.6
126.7
108.9
118.7
140.7
145.3

5.6
6.0
6.0
8.3
4.4
17.4
3.6
3.2
2.9
3.7
6.0
(3)
3.6
3.5
2.7
2.2
5.7
2.3

.1
.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.3
0
0
-.9
2.0
2.1
1.8
.0

(3)

(3)

(3)

2499-998
2499-SM
2499-M
2499-Z89
2499-S
2499-SSS

06/84

144.1

146.5

146.9

6.5

.3

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

196.7
185.3
132.8
133.6

196.7
185.3
132.6
133.4

196.7
185.3
132.7
133.5

3.9
4.1
1.8
1.6

0
0
.1
.1

Wood products, n.e.c............... ........................ ................................................ .............
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Mirror and picture fra m e s ...................................................................................
F ra m e s ...............................................................................................................
Wood frames .................................................................................................
Metal fra m e s ........................................................... ......................................
Finished moldings for mirrors and p ic tu re s ................................. ...............
Wood m olding........ ........................................ ..............................................
Framed p ic tu re s.................................... ...........................................................
Wood framed p ic tu re s ........................................................... .....................
Miscellaneous wood products, n.e.c..................................................................
Boxes, cases, and chests for jewelry, silver, tools, utensils, etc.............
Wood fences, palings, and rails; assembled into fe n c e s .........................
Toothpicks, skewers, candy sticks, and similar small w a re s ...................
Wood handles and to o ls .... ............................................................................
Handles, including handtool, mop, and broom .......................................
Other handles and wooden to o ls ..... ........................................ ................
Dowels and dowel p in s ............................................................. .....................
Wooden reels for wire and c a b le ................................ .................................
Other miscellaneous wooden products, nec, including wood turnings
not for fu rn itu re .............................. ...........................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................... ¡,.................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........ ............................................................. ................
R e s a le s .................................... ................................. ..................... ..................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................ ...........................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ....................................................... ......................

2499

Furniture and fixtu re s .................................................................................... .................

25

12/84

132.1

133.4

133.4

2.5

0

Household furniture

251

12/84

131.2

132.4

132.5

2.9

.1

12/79
12/79
12/79

185.6
187.8
190.2

186.7
189.0
190.9

186.9
189.3
191.7

3.3
3.5
2.9

.1
.2
.4

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

Wood household furniture, except u p h olstered........................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
W ood living room, library, family room and den fu rn itu re ............................

2511
2511-P
2511-2

See footnotes at end of table.




46

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Wood household furniture, except upholstered—Continued
Cabinets, except sewing machine c a b in e ts ...... ............... ................
Chairs, except dining room (including rockers) .... ...............................
Tables, except card and telephone ta b le s ....... ....................................
D e sks...........................................................................................................
Credenzas, bookcases, and boo kshelves.............................................
Other nonupholstered living room furn iture...........................................
Wall units (desk, bookcase, and storage ty p e )................................
All other living room fu rn itu re ..............................................................
Wood dining room and kitchen furniture, except c a b in e ts ....................
Tables, dining room, 30 x 40 inches and g re a te r...............................
Dining room chairs, incl. upholstered and nonupholstered................
Buffets and servers, dining room ...........................................................
China and corner cabinets, dining room ............................ ..................
Other dining room and kitchen furn iture................................................
Wood bedroom furniture ................................. ............................................
Beds, headboards and fo o tb o a rd s.........................................................
Beds, incl. bunk and water beds, excl. crib and headboard beds
Headboards and headboard sets .......................................................
Dressers, vanities and dressing ta b le s .................................. ...............
Wardrobes, chifforobes, armoires, & wardrobe-type c a b in e ts..........
Chests of drawers, including cedar c h e s ts ..........................................
Night tables and s ta n d s.... .......................................................................
Other nonupholstered bedroom fu rn itu re ..................................... .......
Infants’ and children’s wood fu rn itu re ...................................... ................
Unpainted, unassembled, knock-down, and outdoor fu rn itu re .............
Unpainted wood furniture ........................................................................
Unassembled, knock-down, and outdoor furn itu re ..............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..................................................................... ...........
R e s a le s ............................................................................................. ..........
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................... ...................... ...........................

2511-219
2511-231
2511-241
2511-251
2511-271
2511-298
2511-29811
2511-29899
2511-3
2511-311
2511-331
2511-351
2511-371
2511-398
2511-5
2511-5A
2511-511
2511-513
2511-521
2511-533
2511-535
2511-561
2511-598
2511-6
2511-7
2511-741
2511-751
2511-SM
2511-M
2511-Z89
2511-S

Upholstered wood household fu rn itu re .............. ...............................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................................
Upholstered wood household fu rn itu re .....................................................
Sofas, davenports, settees, and lo v e s e a ts ..........................................
Chiefly c o tto n .......................................... ...............................................
Chiefly ra y o n ...........................................................................................
Chiefly o le fin ........................................ .................. ...............................
Chiefly nylon ...........................................................................................
Chiefly polye ste r.....................................................................................
Other fibers and blends, including coated fabric and v in y l...........
Chairs, except reclining and roqkers................................... ..................
Chiefly c o tto n ........................................................ .................................
Chiefly ra y o n ...........................................................................................
Chiefly olefin ............................ ..................................................... ........
Other fibers and blends, including coated fabric and v in y l...........
Sectional sofa p ie c e s ........................... .......................... .........................
Rockers, including s w iv e l........................................................... ..............
Reclining c h a irs ................................................................................ .........
Other upholstered wood household furniture ( ottomans, hassocks,
etc ) ............................... .......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .... ..................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
Secondary pro d u cts.............................. ....................................................

2512

Metal household fu rn itu re ......................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................. ....................... ........
Metal household dining, dinette and breakfast furn itu re........... ............
Tubular metal sets (tables and c h a irs )..................................................
Tubular metal tables (not sold with a set) ...........................................
Tubular metal chairs (not sold in a set) ................................................
Other metal dining, dinette, and breakfast fu rn itu re ...........................
Metal kitchen fu rn itu re .... ............................................................................
Stools, padded and p la in ...................................................... ...................
Metal porch, lawn, outdoor and casual furniture ................................... .
Tubular aluminum ................................ ....................................................
Chairs, rockers, benches, chaise lounges and s e tte e s ......... ....
Other porch, lawn, outdoor and casual furniture .............
.........
Cast and wrought ir o n .............................. ...............................................
Other porch, lawn, outdoor, and casual furniture, inc. picnic tables
Other metal household furniture ........ .......................................................
Folding cots, Tollable cots, army cots, and other metal b e d s .........
Metal bed fra m e s ...... ...............................................................................
Infants’ and children’s metal furniture ..................................................
Infants’ high chairs ................................................................................
Infants’ car s e a ts ...... ............................. ..............................................
Other infants’ and children’s metal furniture (chairs, tables,
playpens, etc.) ................................................................................

2514

2512-P
2512-1
2512-112
2512-11232
2512-11233
2512-11234
2512-11235
2512-11236
2512-11237
2512r132
2512-13242
2512-13243
2512-13244
2512-13245
2512-141
2512-145
2512-154
2512-198
2512-SM
2512-S
2512-SSS

July
19952

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
06/94
06/94
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
06/87

218.1

220.3

(3)
194.6
188.8
164.4
166.6
102.2
103.4
205.0
204.4
209.7
222.9
196.6
153.9
180.7
184.9
195.9
177.2
183.3
177.6
176.9
201.2
160.9
167.6
161.6
188.0
118.6

(3)
194.9
188.8
164.4
167.6
103.2
103.6
206.1
205.2
211.9
222.9
196.6
153.9
182.7
188.7
201.6
179.2
184.7
177.7
178.9
201.7
161.6
167.6
161.6
188.0
118.6

220.0
185.5
195.1
188.8
164.4
169.2
104.3
104.3
206.5
205.9
212.4
223.5
196.6
153.9
182.8
188.8
201.8
179.2
184.8
177.7
179.1
201.7
161.6
167.6
161.6
188.8
118.6

(3)
(3)
3.9
2.1
0
2.7
2.7
2,7
3.4
4.1
2.7
5.6
2.8
1.9
4.3
4.9
6.6
3.0
4.6
2.0
4.6
4.2
1.5
3.7
2.7
2.2
2.7

-0.1
(3)
.1
0
0
1.0
1.1
.7
.2
.3
.2
.3
0
0
.1
.1
.1
0
.1
0
.1
0
0
0
0
.4
0

12/79
12/79
12/79

142.6
142.7
179.3

142.6
142.7
179.3

141.7
141.7
178.8

-.6
-.7
2.2

-.6
-.7
-.3

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
0 6/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06 /8 2
06/82
0 6/82
0 6/82
0 6/82
12/87
06/82
0 6/82

131.0
132.2
132.2
132.7
138.7
153.4
129.6
127.6
126.7
122.3
134.2
133.3
143.0
121.1
142.0
126.3
110.8
126.8

132.5
133.7
133.7
133.5
139.6
154.7
131.4
127.6
127.0
122.3
137.4
135.1
146.3
125.7
145.0
126.9
111.1
129.1

133.0
134.2
134.2
133.8
140.6
154.6
131.9
127.6
127.5
122.3
138.2
135.7

2.3
2.3
2.3
1.5
2.5
1.8
2.2
.4
2.3
0
3.9
2.4
(3)
4.1
3.8
3.1
4.2
2.4

.4
.4
.4
.2
.7
-.1
.4
0
.4
0
.6
.4
(3)
1.1
.6
0
2.9
.3

(3)
127.1
145.8
126.9
114.3
129.5

July 1994

June 1995

06/82

158.6

159.2

158.7

1.2

-■3

06/82
06/82

117.1
117.1

119.0
119.0

119.2

2.4

(3)

(3)

.2
(3)

2514-P
2514-1
2514-111
2514-115
2514-117
2514-198
2514-2
2514-251
2514-3
2514-31
2514-312
2514-314
2514-32
2514-398
2514-4
2514-433
2514-437
2514-489
2514-48922
2514-48933

06/84
0 6/84
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
0 6/84
06/84
06/84
07/84
0 7/84
07/84

123.9
122.9
132.6
129.3
140.2
136.9
149.3
99.0
107.7
132.2
136.1
138.0
129.9
116.2
138.8
110.8
112.7
112.3
97.9
107.3
98.3

125.6
124.9
135.3
132.5
140.3
136.9
151.6
99.9
108.7
132.8
136.8
138.7
130.6
116.8
138.9
113.5
115.9

125.3
124.4
134.6
131.6
140.3
136.9
151.6
99.9
108.7
133.5
137.6
139.8
130.6
116.8
140.1
112.3
115.9
112.3
102.0
110.4
108.2

3.1
3.0
3.3
3.6
1.0
1.9
4.0
1.1
1.1
5.0
5.8
5.8
5.7
1.7
6.5
.9
1.4
0
-2.4
1.8
-6.6

2514-48944

08/84

96.9

96.1

98.1

-1.1

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

47

(3)
107.1
112.7
(3)

-.2
-.4
-.5
-.7
0
0
0
0
0
.5
.6
.8
0
0
.9
-1.1
0
(3)
-4.8
-2.0
(3)
2.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

July
19952

06/84

115.4

115.7

115.7

06/84

127.0

127.5

127.5

4.1

0

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

132.7
133.1
121.8
114.4
133.6
120.6
154.7
148.7
125.9
108.9
119.7

134.2
134.5
122.9
115.3
134.3
122.2
156.4
148.7
125.9
109.0
119.7

133.9
134.4
123.0
114.8
134.8
122.6
156.4
148.7
126.1
108.9
126.5

2.0
2.2
2.6
2.5
3.3
2.0
2.9
4.6
2.9
2.9
-.8

-.2
-.1
.1
-.4
.4
.3
0
0
.2
-.1
5.7

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

109.0
108.4
135.5
112.3
133.0

109.0
108.4
138.6
115.3
138.4

101.7
101.2
139.0
115.3
139.7

-1.5
-.8
0
5.2
-2,9

-6.7
-6.6
.3
0
.9

12/85
12/85

108.3
108.7

108.8
109.3

108.8
109.3

.2
1.3

0
0

06/92
12/85
12/85

107.5
99.9
137.4

109.6

109.6
99.9
(3)

2.0
.1
(3)

(3)
(3)

2519-P
2519-11
2519-13
2519-135

12/85
12/85
06/91
12/85
06/91

113.4
113.0
107.4
107.8
110.1

115.0
114.8
109.6
107.8
110.4

113.8
113.4
107.9
107.8
110.4

6.1
6.3
7.9
.5
.3

-1.0
-1.2
-1.6
0
0

2519-198

Metal household furniture—Continued
Other metal household fu rn itu re ............................ ............. ............. ............
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................... ........... ................. .........................................

June
19952

06/91

90.6

88.5

88.5

-2.7

0

12/84

134.9

138.0

137.2

1.1

-.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
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/90
06/90

128.2
129.3
130.9
149.1
135.6
128.2
102.7
131.8
131.8
138.1
134.3
127.5
146.9
137.4
135.1
144.5
142.2
119.5
121.6
121.6
101.8
150.7
131.1
109.1
113.2

130.7
131.5
132.3
149.1
136.6
130.5
104.1
133.9
133.8
141.0
138.2
133.0
147.9
138.2
135.8
146.5
145.8
122.8
125.7
125.7
98.7
156.3
136.0
109.1
113.2

129.0
131.5
132.5
152.0
136.4
131.0
103.8
133.4
133.2
140.7
137.1
130.8
148.5
138.2
135.8
147.4
147.4
123.4
126.4
126.4
100.0

2.7
4.0
3.1
3.8
3.1
3.9
1.1
3.7
3.0
4.4
4.4
4.8
3.8
3.3
3.3
4.5
5.7
5.6
6.2
6.2
3.1

-1.3
0
.2
1.9
-.1
.4
-.3
-.4
-.4
-.2
-.8
-1.7
.4
0
0
.6
1.1
.5
.6
.6
1.3

(3)
i3)
109.1
113.2

(3)
(3)
2.4
4.4

(3)
(3)

06/85

141.3

141.3

141.3

1.1

0

06/85
06/85
06/85

136.1
136.1
118.4

(3)
(3)
125.2

136.1
136.1
104.1

2.3
2.3
-11.0

(3)
(3)
-16.9

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/87
12/87
12/87
12/79

184.3
187.5
181.6
123.8
128.0
121.1
175.9

188.6
192.3
181.7
123.1
132.1
124.0
149.7

187.9
191.6
181.7
123.1
132.1
124.0
149.7

.6
.5
-.1
-.7
4.6
-.8
-10.4

-.4
-.4
0
0
0
0
0

2514-498
2514-SM
2514-S

Mattresses and bedsprings ..... .................... ................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................... .................. ............. .....................................
Innerspring mattresses other than crib s iz e ...................................................
Twin size innerspring m a ttre s s e s...... ..........................................................
Queen size innerspring m attresses..............................................................
Other size innerspring mattresses, except crib s iz e ............. ...................
Other mattresses, including crib mattresses and mattress in s e rts ............
Foam core mattresses, other than crib s iz e ...............................................
F oundations....................... ...................................................................................
Spring foundatio ns ...........................................................................................
Other foundations, including p la tfo rm ......................................... ................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..... ........................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s .................................................................................. ...........................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................................. .................. ........................
W ood household furniture ..............................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

2515

Wood television, radio, phonograph and sewing machine c a b in e ts .....................
Primary products .................. ........................................ ............ ...............................
Console phono cabinets and other audio cabinets incl. radio, stereo,
and speaker c a b in e ts ...............................................................................
TV cabinets & combinations of TV, stereo, and r a d io .............................
Sewing machine cabinets ....................................................... .......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......... ....................................

2517

Household furniture, n.e.c......................... ........................................... .........................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................................................... ..........................
Plastics and fibrous glass household fu rn itu re ...........................................
Reed & rattan furniture, including willow, wicker & cane .........................
All other reed and rattan household furniture .........................................
Other household furn., exc. wood, metal, plastics or fibrous glass,
incl corrugated furn ........................................................ .........................

2519

Office fu rn itu re .... ............................................. ...............................................................

252

Wood office fu rn itu re ....................................................... ..............................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ....................................... .......... ........................................... ........
S e a tin g ....... ...........................................................................................................
Secretarial c h a irs .............................................................................................
General office and desk chairs (including executive office chairs) .......
Side and arm chairs ........................................................................................
Lounge seatin g.................................................................................................
Desks and extensions ........................................................................................
D e sks..................................................... ............. ..............................................
Storage units, files and ta b le s .................................. ........................................
Storage u n its ......................... .................. .........................................................
C re d e n za s.....................................................................................................
Bookcases and other storage u n its ........................... .............. ................
F ile s ................................................................ ......................... .........................
Horizontal/lateral, letter and legal.................................... .........................
T a b le s ...... .........................................................................................................
W ork/conference ...................................................................... ..................
Panel and modular systems furniture ..............................................................
Panel s y s te m s .................................................... ....................... ......................
Panel supported sy s te m s............................................................................
Panels, ceiling height and less than ceiling h e ig h t............................
W ork s u rfa c e s ...... ....................................................................................
Panel attached .......................................................................................
Modular syste m s..................................................... ................. .......................
Filing, storage and shelving c o m p o n e n ts ...... ......................................
Other wood office fu rn itu re ..................................................... ..........................
Other wood office furn iture..................................................... .......................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ........................... ..................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........................................................ ....................................

2521

Nonwood office furn itu re ............ .................................................................................
Primary products ......................................................................................................
Office se a tin g .......................................................................................................
C h a irs ....... .......................................................................................- ................
Side and arm c h a irs ...... ...................................... .............. .........................
General office and desk chairs, except sec re ta ria l.... ..........................
O ther c h a irs .......................................................... ........................................

2522

2515-P
2515-1
2515-112
2515-113
2515-114
2515-2
2515-215
2515-3
2515-315
2515-319
2515-SM
2515-M
2515-Z89
2515-S
2511-S
2515-SSS

2517-P
2517-113
2517-115
2517-121
2517-SM

2521-P
2521-1
2521-111
2521-113
2521-114
2521-121
2521-2
2521-221
2521-4
2521-411
2521-41141
2521-41143
2521-422
2521-42247
2521-433
2521-43355
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

2522-P
2522-1
2522-11
2522-112
2522-114
2522-115

See footnotes at end of table.




48

(3)
(3)

July 1994

4.2

June 1995

0

0

0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Nonwood office furniture—Continued
Desks and e x te n s io n s .... ............................................ .......................................
Desks ..................................................................................................................
Storage units, files and ta b le s .................................... ............. ........................
Storage u n its ....................................................................................................
Bookcases and other storage units ...........................................................
Filing cabinets and cases ..............................................................................
Vertical files, letter and legal............................................. .........................
Horizontal or lateral files, letter and legal.......................... ......................
All other f ile s .................................. ....................... ........... ...........................
T a b le s ................................................................................................................
Work or conference ta b le s .............................. ................ .........................
Other nonwood office furn iture.........................................................................
Systems fu rn itu re ......... ....................... ................. ........................ .................
Modular systems fu rn itu re................................... ...................................
Panel systems furniture .................... ................... ......................................
Miscellaneous, nonwood office fu rn itu re .....................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..... ........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................. .............. ..................... ..........................
Secondary products...................................................................... ................

2522-2
2522-224
2522-5
2522-51
2522-512
2522-52
2522-521
2522-522
2522-524
2522-53
2522-531
2522-6
2522-61
2522-611
2522-612
2522-621
2522-SM
2522-S
2522-SSS

June
19952

July
19952

12/79
12/87
06/95
06/95
06/95
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/87
06/95
06/95
12/79
12/87
12/79
12/87
12/79

199.3
132.4

(3)
(3)
196.4
136.0
158.1
137.8
196.2

200.8
133.3
100.0
100.0
100.0
175.4
178.5
148.3
126.7
100.0
100.0
205.4
143.3
147.0
146.3
201.3

197.4
131,1
98.4
100.0
100.0
171.7
178.5
141.2
126.7
100.0
100.0
206.3
144.0
149.2
147.0
202.0

12/79
12/79

160.1
160.1

160.1
160.1

160.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
172.7
177.5
142.8
126.4

(3)

July 1994

June 1995

-1.2
-1.1

-1.7
-1.7
-1.6
0
0
-2.1
0
-4.8
0
0
0
.4
.5
1.5
.5
.3

(3)
(3)
(3)
-2.9
1.2
-11.1
4.1
(3)
(3)
2.6
2.6
-3.4
3.1
1.2
2.7
(3)

0
(3)

Public building and related fu rn itu re ................................... ................ .......................

253

12/84

129.5

129.5

129.8

3.5

.2

Public building and related fu rn itu re ...........................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................................ ................. ......................................
School furniture, except stone, concrete, and library fu rn itu re ...................
Single pupil u n its ............................... ................... ...........................................
Chairs, all purpose (nonfolding)....................................................................
Other school furniture designed specifically for use in sc h o o ls .............
Public building and related furniture, except school and resta u ra n t.........
Seats for public conveyances.......................................................................
Church furniture ............................................................................. .................
Church p e w s .................,...............................................................................
Chairs and seats, excluding seats for public conveyances and
stadiu m s.................................................................. ...................................
Fixed ..............................................................................................................
Stadium and bleacher seating, including g randstands.............................
Other public building fu rn itu re ........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........ ...................................................................................

2531

12/84
12/84
12/84
06/87
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84
12/84

129.5
134.3
125.3
112.0
126.5
133.7
137.6
113.9
137.3
138.8

129.5
134.3
126.3
112.0
122.0
136.3
137.4
114.1
140.6
142.8

129.8
134.7
124.8
112.0
118.3
134.8
138.3
114.9
140.6
142.8

3.5
2.1
3.5
1.2
-3.8
5.9
1.8
.8
3.4
4.1

.2
.3
-1.2
0
-3.0
-1.1
.7
.7
0
0

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

193.1
130.9
131.3
122.8

193.1
130.9
135,2
116.2

193.1
130.9
136.8
119.8

.6
2.9
12.1
-1.6

0
0
1.2
3.1

12/84

99.8

99.8

99.8

12.3

0

Partitions, shelving, lockers, and office and store fix tu re s .....................................

254

12/84

134.5

135.2

135.2

2.4

0

.....................................
Wood partitions and fixtu re s ................................ .............
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Wood partitions, shelving, and lockers ........................................... ................
Partitions (prefabricated, assembled, or knocked down) .........................
Plastic laminated fixture t o p s ............................................................................
Wood fixtures for stores, banks, offices, e tc ..................................................
Retail store fixtures, except food store: custom ................. .......................
Walls and wall fixtures ................................................................................
Other fixtures and d is p la y s ......... ......................... ........... .........................
Retail store fixtures, except food store: manufacturers’ s ta n d a rd.........
Retail food store fixtures ...................... ................... .............. .......................
Other show and display cases and ta b le s .................................................
Cabinets (floor or wall ty p e s )........................
.........................
Counters and bank fix tu re s .........................................................
............
Counters, except bank counters ...............................................................
Bank fixtures, including bank counters ................................ ...................
Other wood fixtures, including window backs, telephone booths, etc. ..
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....... .....................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........ .................... ...............................................................

2541

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
08/84
12/83
12/83
06/88
06/88
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

139.6
139.7
117.4
119.5
140.9
142.1
127.9
118.3
114.4
179.3
108.7
148.2
128.4
140.1
139.3
133.4
122.2

140.2
140.4
117.6
120.0
141.4
143.0
128.1
118.8
114.7
183.3
108.7
150.3
128.4
140.5
140.0
133.4
122.2

140.3
140.5
117.6
119.8
141.4
143.0
128.2
118.8
114.9
183.3
108.7
150.3
128.4
140.8
140.6
133.4
122.2

1.2
1.0
.3
-.3
1.6
1.0
-.5
.4
-1.4
6.3
0
-.7
.9
1.1
2.0
0
2.3

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

12/83

142.0

142.2

142.8

3.3

.4

Metal partitions and fix tu re s ......... ........................................ .............. ........................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Metal partitions (prefabricated, assembled, or knocked down) ..................
Movable, except free standing..... .................................................................
Other partitions, including free sta n d in g ......................................................
Metal shelving and lo c k e rs ................................................................................
Metal s h e lv in g ........................................................................ .........................
Commercial shelving for factories, stores, etc................. .......................
Other shelving, including office shelving for correspondence,
computer tapes, etc...............................................................................
L ocke rs..... .................................................................. ......................................
Metal storage racks and accessories ..............
..... ................... ................
Stacker racks and other metal ra c k s ..................................... .....................
Metal fixtures for stores, banks, offices, etc.......... .........................................
Retail store fixtures, except food store ...... ......................... ......................
Custom fixtu re s.... ........................................................................................
Manufacturers’ standard fix tu re s....................................... .......................

2542
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

139.6
135.3
134.9
149.1
123.1
136.8
136.9
130.2

140.4
136.3
134.9
149.1
123.1
137.0
137.2
130.5

140.4
136.2
134.9
149.1
123.1
137.0
137.1
130.5

3.8
3.7
2.0
1.8
2.0
3.8
3.9
3.6

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

2542-241
2542-251
2542-3
2542-351
2542-4
2542-46A
2542-463
2542-465

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

132.3
135.9
138.4
138.5
132.7
129.5
125.0
133.7

132.3
135.9
138.4
138,6
135.1
133.8
129.8
137.7

132.3
135.9
138.4
138.6
135.0
133.9
130.3
137.5

6.8
3.3
5.6
4.9
3.1
4.6
4.4
4.8

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

2531-P
2531-1
2531-131
2531-136
2531-198
2531-2
2531-211
2531-23
2531-231
2531-25
2531-251
2531-261
2531-298
2531-SM
2531-S

2541-P
2541-1
2541-111
2541-2
2541-3
2541-33A
2541-332
2541-334
2541-337
2541-338
2541-339
2541-341
2541-36
2541-361
2541-362
2541-398
2541-SM
2541-S

See footnotes at end of table.




49

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Metal partitions and fixtures—Continued
Cabinets (floor or wall ty p e ) ...........................................................................
Other metal fixtures, including bank fixtures, bank counters,
clothing racks, etc......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts ........................... ............................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................

June
19952

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

2542-471

2.4

0

12/83

119.7

119.9

119.9

1.7

0

06/88
11/89
12/83

177.1
243.3
144.2

177.1
243.3
144.2

(3)
(3)
144.2

(3)
(3)
3,7

12/84

130.0

130.4

130.7

2.8

.2

2591-P
2591-3
2591-31
2591-311
2591-313
2591-4
2591-45
2591-452
2591-459

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

131.9
132.1
114.9
115.7
135.5
109.5
114.7
122.9
117.5
149.3

132.4
132.4
115.7
116.5
137.7
109.8
114.8
122.7
117.3
149.3

132.8
132.9
115.2
116.0
134.8
110.1
115.5
122.9
117.5
149.3

4.0
4.2
-2.9
-2.4
1.2
-3.6
7.6
6.5
4.5
9.9

.3
.4
-.4
-.4
-2.1
.3
.6
.2
.2
0

2591-471

06/84

83.2

85.0

88.6

16.9

4.2

1.7

.4

2599

Paper and allied p ro d u cts.............................................................................................

143.5

2591

Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c............................................. ..............................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........... ................. ........................................................................
Hospital and similar health care beds .............................................................
Hospital and similar health care b e d s .................................. ......................
Restaurant, cafeteria and bar fu rn itu re ...................................................... .....
Wood chairs and s to o ls ..................................................................................
U pholstered....... ............................................................................................
Metal chairs and s to o ls ......... .........................................................................
Upholstered...... .............................................................................................
Booths, bars and back b a r s ................................................... .......................
Other restaurant, cafeteria and bar fu rn itu re ...... .......................................
Other furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.......................................................................
Industrial furniture, including benches, stools, sorting tables and
cab in e ts.................................................................................. ....................
All other furniture and fixtures, n.e.c............... ..............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....... ...................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................ ................................................................

143.5

259

Drapery hardware and blinds and s h a d e s .... .............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................................................... ..........................
Window shades and accesso ries..................................................... :...............
Window s h a d e s .................................................................................................
Plastic window s h a d e s ................................................................................
Other window shades including cloth and p a p e r...................................
Venetian b lin d s .....................................................................................................
Complete Venetian blinds, vertical and horizontal.....................................
Aluminum slat b lin d s .......................... ..........................................................
All other Venetian blinds including wood and p la s tic ............................
Unassembled Venetian blinds, parts, and components fabricated at
p la n t.............................................................................................................
O ther shades and blinds n.e.c., curtain and drapery rods, poles and
other h a rd w a re ..............................................................................................
Other shades and blinds, except canvas and other textile fa b r ic s .......
Curtain and drapery rods, poles, and fixtures fabricated at p la n t..........
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ........................................................................ .....................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

143.5

2542-498
2542-SM
2542-M
2542-Z89
2542-S

Miscellaneous furniture and fix tu re s ....................................................... ....................

12/83

2591-5
2591-511
2591-517
2591-SM
2591-M
2591-Z89
2591-S

(3)
(3)
0

06/84
06/84
06/84

146.6
151.2
144.5

146.9
151.2
144.8

147.5
(3)
145.5

(3)
1.5

(3)
.5

06/84
06/84
06/84

138.5
139.1
128.6

141.2
141.8
128.6

141.0
141.6
128.6

3.1
3.1
6.7

-.1
-.1
0

12/85
12/85

129.4
131.4

129.6
131.6

129.9
131.8

1.6
1.8

.2
.2

12/85
12/85
12/85
06/91
12/85
06/91
12/85
12/85
12/85

117.0
133.3
137.8
109.0
132.4
111.9
124.6
134.5
132.3

117.0
133.7
137.8
109.0
133.1
112.6
125.2
135.0
132.4

117.0
133.9
137.8
109.0
133.0
112.6
125.0
135.4
132.5

.1
2.4
1.0
.5
3.4
3.8
2.2
2.8
.9

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

12/85
12/85

131.5
132.5

131.9
132.5

132.4
132.5

1.1
•8

.4
.0

12/85
12/85
12/85

126.7
131.0
115.1

126.7
131.0
115.3

(3)
(3)
116.8

(3)
(3)
1.6

(3)
(3)
1.3

26

12/84

141.4

148.2

149.6

22.5

.9

Pulp m ills ..........................................................................................................................

261

12/82

167.0

188.8

194.4

70.1

3.0

Pulp m ills ....................................... ..................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Special alpha and dissolving woodpulp ...........................................................
Other pulp, including pulpmill byproducts, except tall o i l.............................
W oo d p u lp ...........................................................................................................
Sulfate woodpulp, including soda ..............................................................
Sulfate, bleached and semibleached (including s o d a )......................
Sulfate, s o ftw o o d ................................ .................................................
E x p o rts ......................................................... .........................................
Intracompany s h ip m e n ts........... ...................... .................. ..............
Domestic (market shipments o n ly ) ....................................................

2611

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
06/88
12/82
12/93
06/88
06/88

167.0
174.0
135.5
192.3
189.0
189.0
113.8
202.6
187.7
111.6
116.4

188.8
196.7
156.5
216.4
213.0
214.5
129.2
232.7
220.2
124.4
134.3

194.4
202.6
176.1
218.6
215.3
216.9
130.6
236.0
221.6
124.4
138.2

70.1
70.3
53.9
74.5
78.8
78.5
78.4
82.9
91.5

3.0
3.0
12.5
1.0
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.4
.6
0
2.9

12/82
06/88
12/93

176.0
141.9
148.4

195.9
156.4
162.9

197.0
156.8
164.1

71.2
38.6
65.4

2599-P
2599-1
2599-101
2599-2
2599-241
2599-24101
2599-245
2599-24501
2599-247
2599-248
2599-3
2599-353
2599-354
2599-SM
2599-M
2599-Z89
2599-S

2611-P
2611-1
2611-2
2611-21
2611-213
2611-2134
2611-21341
2611-2134E
2611-21341
26112134M
2611-21342
2611-25
2611-2513

Sulfate, h a rd w o o d .................................................................................
Pulp, other than wood, and miscellaneous pulp mill byprodu cts...........
Other pulp, including pulp made from straw, rag, flax, etc....................

(3)
92.2 ,

.6
.3
.7

Paper mill products except building p a p e r ................................................................

262

06/81

154.9

166.8

170.9

35.5

2.5

Paper m ills .......................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ....................................................... ..............................................
Tissue paper and sanitary paper s to c k ...........................................................
Sanitary papers, including stock, made in pap erm ills........ ......................
Toilet tissue and stock ..................... ...........................................................
Facial tissue and s to c k ................................................................................

2621

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
11/87
08/81

154.9
154.1
141.5
139.9
116.6
137.7

166.8
166.0
151.4
149.6
123.3
138.8

170.8
169.9
154.5
152.7
130.3
139.3

35.6
34.6
18.3
18.4
22.0
10.5

2.4
2.3
2.0
2.1
5.7
.4

2621-P
2621-A
2621-A4
2621-A41
2621-A42

See footnotes at end of table.




50

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
c c_
o
C c
O
c «<n

Industry and product1

July 1994

2621-A43
2621-A44
2621-A49
2621-B
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
2621-42155
2621-42156
2621-42159

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

126.7
150.7
95.1
146.1
131.0
125.6
124.1
164.2
187.4
162.0
159.2
144.6
164.2
140.6
118.9
149.2
143.5
127.8
141.9
124.3
153.9
130.7
122.8
124.7
158.8

138.4
166.0
95.6
173.6
139.7
132.1
128.3
167.2
192.6
164.8
162.3
149.7
166.4
144.9
117.8
165.8
160.1
147.6
172.9
132.8
168.6
149.8
138.6

139.3
165.8
95.6
171.8
144.5
132.4
128.3
176.7
202.5
174.3
171.5

22.6
20.6
-6.8
40.9
41.1
22.1
20.7
34.1
27.8
34.6
33.0

0.7
-.1
0
-1.0
3.4
.2
0
5.7
5.1
5.8
5.7

(3)
175.8
157.8
119.1
169.6
165.7
150.4
175.8
135.8
170.9
155.6
149.5

(3)
36.5
55.9
14.9
52.8
56.8
56.0

(3)
183.9

(3)
185.6

(3)
(3)
95.8

(3)
5.6
8.9
1.1
2.3
3.5
1.9
1.7
2.3
1.4
3.9
7.9

2621-4217
2621-441

06/81
06/81

154.4
155.0

157.2
173.6

167.1
175.3

38.9
51.6

6.3
1.0

2621-44111
2621-44122
2621-465

12/87
06/81
06/81

158.9
144.0
171.4

179.1
158.4
175.2

185.4
159.6
175.4

68.2
41.0
17.4

3.5
.8
.1

2621-481
2621-4811
2621-48111

12/87
12/87
12/87

131.9
130.6
138.6

146.6
144.9
157.9

148.1
146.7
160.4

60.5
56.1
79.2

1.0
1.2
1.6

Mar.
19952

Paper mills—Continued
Napkins and napkin s to c k ............................ ..............................................
Towels and towel stock ............................................................. ................
Other sanitary papers, including s to c k ......... ............. ..............................
N e w sprint........................................................ ......................................................
Printing and writing gra d e s...................................... ..................... ....................
Groundwood paper, unco ated.......................................................................
Publication and p rin tin g ................................ ..................... ........................
Clay coated printing and converting p a p e r.................................................
Coated 1-side ................................................................... ...........................
Coated 2-side s..............................................................................................
No. 3 coated 2-sid e s................................................................................
No. 5 coated 2 -s id e s............... ...............................................................
Coated 2-sides except No. 3 and No. 5 ..............................................
No. 4 coated 2 -s id e s ....... ............................................ .......................
All other clay coated 2-sides, including No.1 and No. 2 ...............
Book paper, uncoated free s h e e t...... ..........................................................
Chemical woodpulp writing paper, except body s to c k ..........................
Unwatermarked b o n d ...................................... .....................................
Unwatermarked bond, No. 4 g ra d e ...................................................
Unwatermarked bond, except No. 4 .................................................
Watermarked b o n d ...................................................................................
Form bond, in r o lls ..................................................................................
15 lb. form bond in r o lls ......................................................................
20 lb. form bond in r o lls ......................................................................
Form bond in rolls, except 12, 15 and 20 lb. g ra d e s ....................
Other writing papers, including manifold and carbonless base
stock & body stock for c o m m u n ....................................................
Publication and printing grade free s h e e t................................................
Plain (including M.F., E.F., supercalendered, eggshell and
antique g ra d e s )..................................................................................
O ffs e t...........................................................................................................
Cover and text p a p e rs .......................................... ......................................
Other converting and miscellaneous free sheet, including body
stock for coating ...................................................................................
Envelope p a p e r.......... ....................................................... ......................
White wove envelope p a p e r...............................................................
Kraft envelope paper (including unbleached, semi-bleached and
bleached kraft) ...............................................................................
All other uncoated free sheet, n.e.c., including body stock for
coating ................................................................................................
Bleached bristols, excluding cotton fiber index and b o g u s .....................
Uncoated b ris to ls .........................................................................................
Other uncoated bristols, including index, printing and p o stcard....
Cotton fiber paper and thin p a p e r................................................................
Thin p a p e r................................................................ .....................................
Packaging and industrial grade p a p e rs .............................. ............................
Unbleached kraft packaging and industrial converting p a p e r..................
Bag and sack, other than shipping s a c k .................................................
Other unbleached kraft packaging and industrial converting p a p e r....
Packaging and industrial converting paper, except unbleached kraft. ...
Other packaging and industrial converting paper, except unbleached
kraft............... ...........................................................................................
Special industrial p a p e r...................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Pulp mill p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

June
19952

(3)
67.9
17.5
79.3

June 1995

(3)
.9

2621-48112

12/87

122.7

128.1

128.9

(3)

2621-4812
2621-5
2621-5A
2621-551
2621-6
2621-671
2621-D
2621-7
2621-751
2621-761
2621-8

06/81
06/81
06/81
12/93
06/81
06/81
12/87
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81

142.3
158.1
155.8
113.6
164.5
163.4
143.3
204.7
192.5
189.5
152.8

158.8
161.0
161.1
121.9
168.2
166.9
150.4
218.4
206.0
200.7
157.5

159.4
161.8
162.6
124.9
175.2
172.2
150.9
218.4
206.0
200.7
156.9

72.1
17.0
22.8
24.5
20.2
23.4
21.9
30.1
32.0
25.6
18.1

.4
.5
.9
2.5
4.2
3.2
.3
0
0
0
-.4

.6

2621-861
2621-9
2621-SM
2621-S
2611-S

06/81
06/81

141.5
156.7

138.6
163.3

138.6
165.6

10.5
16.0

0
1.4

06/81
06/81

148.2
107.8

159.0
115.4

167.2
129.0

48.6
62.9

5.2
11.8

Paperboard mills .............................................................. .................... .........................

263

12/82

191.5

210.1

210.1

40.1

0

Paperboard mills ........................... .................. .................... ........................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Paperboard, made from primarily virgin wood p u lp ......................................
Unbleached kraft packaging and industrial converting paperboard
(> 8 0 % virgin wood p u lp ) ............. .........................................................
Unbleached linerboard ......................................................... ......................
42 lb. kraft linerboard...................................... ........................................
Other unbleached linerboard..................................................................
Bleached packaging and industrial converting paperboard (> 8 0 %
virgin wood pulp) ........................................ ..................... .......................
L inerboard..................................... ................................................................
Folding carton-type b o a rd ...........................................................................
Bleached paperboard for moist, liquid or oily foods, including milk
carton board ..........................................................................................
Other bleached paperboard for packaging and other solid bleached
b o a rd .................................................... .............................. ....................
Semichemical paperboard (> 7 5 % virgin wood p u lp )...............................
Corrugating m ediu m ......................................... ...........................................
Recycled paperboard............................... i.........................................................
Linerboard (< 8 0 % virgin fib e r)................................................ .....................

2631
2631-P
2631-A

12/82
12/82
12/88

191.6
180.1
122.9

210.2
197.3
134.2

210.2
197.8
134.6

40.1
37.4
37.3

0
.3
.3

2631-1
2631-111
2631-11101
2631-11102

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

190.7
192.5
198.7
181.5

209.4
212.2
219.7
199.2

210.1
212.5
220.1
199.4

41.9
43.4
45.6
40.1

.3
.1
.2
.1

2631-2
2631-211
2631-241

12/82
12/82
12/82

153.9
179.5
145.9

160.9
195.2
150.1

161.3
195.7
152.8

20.0
31.8
15.1

.2
.3
1.8

2631-26

12/88

131.2

138.4

136.6

24.3

-1.3

2631-28
2631-3
2631-321
2631-4
2631-411

12/88

115.6

120.4

122.7

10.5

1.9

12/82
12/82
12/82

189.0
176.2
196.6

214.0
194.7
217.0

214.0
195.0
217.0

45.8
37.5
40.8

0
.2
0

See footnotes at end of table.




51

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

July
19952

July 1994

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

230.4
131.9
149.1
139.5

254.7
145.0
163.7
154.9

255.4
145.1
164.9
154.8

45.4
31.8
30.9
36.5

0.3
.1
.7
-.1

12/82
12/88

281.9
136.5

311.9
149.3

307.6
144.9

59.9
38.3

-1.4
-2.9

12/84

142.6

150.6

151.2

23.9

.4

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

143.3
141.4
141.4

145.5
143.8
143.8
(3)
127.2

10.0
9.9
9.9
11.2
13.0

.2
.2
.2

(3)
125.1
(3)
155.7
140.0

(3)
158.3
146.2

145.8
144.1
144.1
156.7
127.2
121.0
163.5
146.2

(3)
11.8
12.1

(3)
3.3
0

12/83

165.5

165.5

165.5

11.3

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

177.2
178.6
176.1
172.9
141.7
143.7
126.0
127.0
181.1

190.4
192.1
189.3
185.0
152.9
151.6
137.4
135.3
194.2

191.1
192.7
189.9
185.8
152.6
151.6
137.0
136.8
194.5

33.6
34.5
34.5
33.4
34.8
22.4
37.3
35.4
33.7

.4
.3
.3
.4
-.2
0
-.3
1.1
.2

2653-116
2653-118
2653-119

03/80
03/80
03/80

179.6
160.8
178.0

198.6
172.5
191.3

199.4
172.8
191.8

30.1
30.7
38.2

.4
.2
.3

2653-11901
2653-11902
2653-11903
2653-3
2653-4
2653-SM
2653-S

Paperboard mills—Continued
Corrugating medium (< 7 5 % virgin fib e r ) ....................................................
Folding carton b o a rd .................................................... ...................................
Clay-coated folding carton b o a rd ..............................................................
Other recycled paperboard.............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................... ......................................
Papermill p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

June
19952

06/87
06/87
06/87
03/80
03/80

145.5
137.8
141.4
192.4
229.6

155.2
148.4
152.0
209.5
243.4

158.0
147.4
152.2
210.8
243.4

36.0
35.1
39.1
40.7
21.4

1.8
-.7
.1
.6
0

12/90

124.9

131.0

133.9

14.0

2.2

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

144.9
146.3
142.0
147.5
140.3
148.9
172.5

150.3
151.9
142.0
154.7
142.0
150.8
174.9

150.8
152.4
142.0
155.3
142.0
150.8
174.9

13.9
14.8
9.7
16.2
6.9
7.5
9.4

.3
.3
0
.4
0
0
0

12/85
12/85
12/85

116.5
148.9
144.0

117.5
161.4
150.2

117.8
161.9
156.3

3.6
25.6
24.3

.3
.3
4.1

12/85

133.1

136.0

137.8

5.6

1.3

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

151.9
149.2
130.3
166.7
168.8
144.4
151.4

156.2
153.1

158.0
155.2

15.3
14.4

1.2
1.4

(3)
174.1
176.7
145.3
152.7

(3)
174.1
176.7
146.9
154.5

(3)
18.9
20.6
15.2
17.8

06/85
12/88

165.8
131.1

171.4
135.7

171.9
136.4

18.4
21.4

.3
.5

2657-P

12/83
12/83

138.7
138.3

141.7
141.1

141.8
141.2

6.7
6.7

.1
.1

2657-1
2657-114
2657-131
2657-151
2657-161
2657-171
2657-17101
2657-17102

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

136.8
134.5
129.9
152.0
136.8
125.9
122.5
127.5

139.0
136.8
132.9
154.6
137.7
128.5
124.5
130.6

139.1
137.0
132.9
155.1
137.7
128.6
124.1
131.0

6.1
8.2
4.3
7.0
3.5
7.4
5.3
8.7

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

2631-421
2631-44
2631-446
2631-48
2631-SM
2631-S
2621-S

Paperboard containers and b o x e s ...............................................................................

265

Setup paperboard b o x e s ................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Setup paperboard boxes (classified by end use) .........................................
Department stores and other retail s to re s ..................................................
C o nfe ctions........................................................................................................
Cosmetics, including soap ...............................................................................
Stationery and office sup p lie s ........................ ...............................................
All other end uses, n.e.c..................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ............................... ..............
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........................................................ ....................................

2652

Corrugated and solid fiber b o x e s ......................................................... .......................
Primary p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................... ................
Corrugated shipping containers................................................ ........................
For foods and b e ve ra g e s ............................................................. .................
For canned and bottled foods and beverages.......................................
For fresh fruits and v e g e ta b le s ..................................................................
For dry g o o d s .................................... ..........................................................
For all food and beverage uses not s p e c ifie d .......................................
For paper and allied p roducts............................. ................. ........................
For metal products and machinery, equipment and supplies, except
e le ctrica l......................................................................................................
For electrical machinery, equipment, supplies and a p p lia nces...............
For all other uses not specified a b o v e ...................... .................................
For chemicals and drugs, including paints, varnishes, cosmetics and
soaps ..................... ................... .............................................................
For lumber and wood products, including fu rn itu re ...............................
For all other u s e s .........................................................................................
Corrugated paperboard in sheets and rolls, lined and u n lin e d .... ..............
Corrugated and solid fiber pallets, pads, and p a rtitio n s .... .........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................................... ........................................

2653

Fiber cans, drums and similar pro d u cts.................................................. ...................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Paperboard fiber drums with metal, wood, plastic or paperboard ends ....
Fiber cans, tubes, and similar fiber p ro d u c ts ......
....................................
Cans, all fiber and composite ......... .............. ...............................................
Food products ............ ........................................ .........................................
All other food products, excluding pet fo o d ........................................
Non-food p ro d u c ts .... ........................ .........................................................
All other non-food products, including pet f o o d .................................
Cores and tubes ............................................................ ..................................
Paperboard cones, reels, spools, bobbins, blocks and other products
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts.... ........................................................................................

2655

Sanitary food c o n ta in e rs........... ....................... ............................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................. .......................
Milk and milk-type cartons, including juices and other beve rag es.............
Cups and liquid-tight co n ta in e rs ........................................................................
Drinking cups and portion serving c u p s ......................................................
Other sanitary food containers, boards, and trays, except fo ld in g .............
Pressed plates, dishes, spoons and similar p roducts...............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Other secondary products ..............................................................................

2656

Folding paperboard boxes .............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Folding paperboard boxes, except sanitary food containers, classified
by end u s e .....................................................................................................
Dry food and produce, incl. pet and animal fo o d ......................................
Soaps and d e tergents.....................................................................................
Hardware and household s u p p lie s ...............................................................
C a n d y ................................ .................................................................................
Cosmetics and medicinal products ..............................................................
C o sm etics.... ..................................... .............................................................
Medicinal p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

2657

2652-P
2652-1
2652-131
2652-141
2652-151
2652-161
2652-198
2652-SM
2652-S

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

See footnotes at end of table.




52

June 1995

(3)
0

(3)
0
0
1.1
1.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Converted paper and paperboard products, except containers and
b o x e s .................................... ..................... ...........................................

July
19952

July 1994

12/83
12/88
12/83
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
12/88

142.9
106.9
150.9
134.2
130.7
175.0
101.6
112.0

144.9
108.5
154.7
139.7
133.5
183.5
102.8
119.8

145.1
108.5
154.7
139.5
133.5
183.5
102.8
119.1

8.3
3.9
9.4
9.2
12.0
10.1
-3.7
11.7

0.1
0
0
-.1
0
0
0
-.6

12/83

139.1

140.3

141.3

6.7

.7

06/93

108.6

110.2

110.7

10.8

.5

06/93
12/87
12/87
06/93
12/87
06/93
12/87
06/93
06/93
12/87
06/93

108.6
128.3
136.5
115.5
115.7
100.3
130.4
122.9
117.2
129.9
106.0

111.5
132.1
142.7
120.3
115.7
100.3
130.6
123.6
119.6
136.8
111.1

111.7
132.4
143.2
120.3
115.7
(3)
130.6
123.6
119.6
137.3
111.7

10.8
11.7
21.9
16.7
5.3

.2
.2
.4
0
0

06/93

105.1

106.3

106.3

6.0

0

2672-P

06/93
12/87

105.8
126.4

107.2
128.4

108.1
129.7

6.0
7.2

.8
1.0

2672-1
2672-113

12/82
12/82

156.5
156.7

161.1
162.2

169.4
166.7

18.3
16.3

5.2
2.8

2672-153
2672-3
2672-301
2672-30101
2672-30102

12/82
12/82
12/87
12/82
12/87

155.7
133.9
122.3
133.2
125.7

158.4
136.9
123.8
136.0
128.4

173.8
136.5
123.2
133.2
128.9

22.0
3.1
5.3
4.9
6.6

9.7
-.3
-.5
-2.1
.4

2672-30103
2672-30105
2672-302
2672-303
2672-304
2672-30401
2672-4
2672-459
2672-SM
2672-M
2672-Z89
2672-S
2671 -S
2672-SSS

Folding paperboard boxes—Continued
Paper goods or products, including book m a ile rs ...............................
Folding carry-out boxes and trays for retail fo o d ................................
All other end uses, n .e .c ..........................................................................
Folding sanitary containers for liquid, moist, oily or perishable foods
Bakery, fresh and frozen ..........................................................................
Butter and ice cream packages and food p a ils ...................................
Processed meat, margarine, lard and shortening ...............................
Other frozen foods ....................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...... .................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

June
19952

12/87
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/87
04/83
12/82
12/82

128.4
109.5
150.6
121.1
133.3
169.4
155.0
143.6

128.0
(3)
153.6
122.5
139.9
179.9
154.3
143.0

128.2
(3)
155.4
122.1
139.6
179.4
158.8
147.3

3.6
(3)
7.8
-14.6
7.0
8.8
12.1
12.5

.2
(3)
1.2
-.3
-.2
-.3
2.9
3.0

06/93
07/93
06/93
06/93
06/93

101.2
101.8
107.9
109.3
107.8

101.2
(3)
108.9
109.3
108.9

101.2
(3)
108.9
(3)
108.9

(3)
1.7
(3)
1.3

12/83
12/83
11/84
12/83
12/90
12/90
12/90
12/90
12/90
12/90
12/90
12/83
12/90
12/90
12/90
12/90
12/83
12/90
08/84
12/83

161.4
162.8
138.8
139.2
100.4
97.2
91.7
106.7
110.6
115.8
110.3
100.0
113.6
115.8
122.8
106.0
153.2
108.3
106.2
143.2

163.7
163.6
142.8
139.8
100.9
97.0
92.3
106.7
111.0
115.9
108.8
101.3
114.1
116.1
123.1
106.2
152.6
107.8
106.3
142.5

163.7
163.3
143.7
139.4
100.6
96.3
92.2
106.2
115.0
115.2
107.9
100.7
113.3
115.6
122.5
105.9
152.0
107.4
106.3
142.0

15.4
13.7
6.6
13.9
14.4
15.2
11.8
13.8
17.8
21.9
13.7
18.3
12.2
9.4
12.8
4.2
18.3
3.1
3.7
24.9

0
-.2
.6
-.3
-.3
-.7
-.1
-.5
3.6
-.6
-.8
-.6
-.7
-.4
-.5
-.3
-.4
-.4
0
-.4

12/90
12/90
12/83

127.2
96.6
136.9

127.2
96.6
144.5

127.2
96.6
145.5

19.1
0
21.0

0
0
.7

2657-181
2657-195
2657-198
2657-2
2657-201
2657-202
2657-203
2657-204
2657-SM
2657-S

267

Paper coated and laminated, packaging ....................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................ .............................................
Single web paper (coated rolls and sheets including w a xe d ).....
O th e r....................................................................................................
Single web film (coated rolls and sheets including coextruded) .
Single web film, c o a te d ...... ................ ............................................
Paper/paper multiweb laminations ...............................................
Other lam inations..............................................................................
Coated .................................... ........................................................
Multiweb laminated rolls and sheets ex. paper/paper and f o il....
Other film /film la m inations.............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................. ..........................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................

2671

Paper coated and laminated, n.e.c...........................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts......... .......................................................................................
Printing paper coated at establishments other than where paper was
produced.....................................................................................................
Coated, one side (for labels and similar u s e s )......................................
Coated, two sides (for printing of magazines, directories, and
similar uses) ........ .................................................................................
Pressure sensitive p ro d u c ts....... ...................................................................
Single faced ta p e .........................................................................................
Paper b a ckin g ...........................................................................................
Cloth backing, except electrical ............................................................
Film backing, incl. cellophane, anti-corrosive & other transparent
m a te ria l...............................................................................................
Reinforced and laminated t a p e .............................................................
Double faced ta p e .......................................................................................
Unprinted pressure sensitive la b e ls .........................................................
Pressure sensitive base s t o c k .... .............................................................
Base stock for la b e ls ................................... ...........................................
Other coated and processed papers, except for packaging u s e s ........
Other coated and processed paper, n.e.c........ .......................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .........................................
Miscellaneous receipts ...................................................................................
R e s a le s ..........................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................. ......................................................
Paper coated and laminated, pack a g in g .................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts .........................................................................

2672

Plastics, foil and coated paper b a g s ..............................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .........................................................................
Specialty bags and liners, single web paper, c o a te d .......
Specialty bags and liners, single web film ..........................
Polyethylene b a g s ................................................................
Grocery and variety
Refuse ..............
Produce ...........
Textile and clothing
Drum and box liners .......................................................
Shipping s a c k s .
Household food s io ra g e .................................................
Other polyethylene b a g s ................................................
Single web film bags other than polyethylene...............
Coextruded film ................................................................
Other film ty p e ........................... .......................................
Specialty bags and liners, multiweb laminations and foil
Paper combinations except p a p e r/fo il.......... .................
Foil and foil com binations...................................... ...........
Other multiweb la m inations...............................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......... ......
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .................................. .............. .........
R e s a le s .................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................... ................................

2673

2671-P
2671-1
2671-115
2671-2
2671-211
2671-3
2671-312
2671-31218
2671-4
2671-416
2671-SM
2671-S
2671-SSS

2673-P
2673-1
2673-2
2673-21
2673-211
2673-212
2673-213
2673-214
2673-215
2673-216
2673-217
2673-218
2673-22
2673-221
2673-223
2673-3
2673-311
2673-312
2673-314
2673-SM
2673-M
2673-Z89
2673-S

See footnotes at end of table.




53

(3)
17.1
25.0
19.6
10.7
10.4

June 1995

(3)
0
0
0
.4
.5

.1

0
(3)
0
(3)
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
C C
D _
C C
D
<1
J

Industry and product1

Mar.
19952

June
19952

12/90
12/90
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83

119.5
120.8
280.6
320.4
159.1
162.7
183.1
164.1
186.7

119.6
121.3
278.0
313.9
168.9
163.6
186.4
166.8
190.1

119.9
121.2
276.5
311.6
170.9
163.6
187.2
166.7
191.5

27.1
26.6
45.4
49.8
37.2
5.1
11.4
10.2
12.1

0.3
-.1
-.5
-.7
1.2
0
.4
-.1
.7

12/90

106.2

102.2

106.5

33.8

4.2

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

125.2
125.3
89.6
133.3
90.5
115.9
86.7
89.8
144.7
120.7

128.4
129.0
89.6
132.8
90.5
116.0
(3)
89.7
144.7
122.4

130.9
132.1
94.0
134.2
96.9
123.4
88.7
98.1
144.7
122.4

9.7
11.9
7.6
6.9
8.3
6.6
3.0
11.2
4.9
8.6

1.9
2.4
4.9
1.1
7.1
6.4
(3)
9.4
0
0

12/89
12/84

120.4
153.7

123.2
164.7

123.2
164.7

14.5
19.3

0
0

12/84
12/84
12/84

137.9
136.2
119.3

137.9
136.2
119.8

135.0
133.4
119.5

-2.0
-1.8
-3.0

-2.1
-2.1
-.3

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

147.5
148.6
189.1
93.8
85.0
141.2
132.1
150.8

149.5
150.0
189.1
93.8
85.0
149.5
143.2
152.8

149.5
150.1
189.1
93.8
85.0
150.5
143.2
(3)

5.8
5.3
7.7
3.3
-1.0
11.7
12.4

.0
.1
0
0
0
.7
0
(3)

06/83

146.0

156.8

155.8

5.9

-.6

12/84
12/84
12/84

121.8
120.5
120.5

127.3
126.4
126.4

126.4
125.4
125.4

16.8
17.0
17.0

-.7
-.8
-.8

12/84

132.9

132.9

132.9

2.8

0

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

154.5
164.4
147.8
142.8
169.5
191.7
159.4
145.2
200.4
188.6
183.8
144.0

153.4
165.1
148.2
142.8
170.3
189.9
151.4
145.7
200.1
205.7
200.4
143.9

158.7
167.0
148.2
142.8
173.0
193.5
164.5
145.8
200.1
201.1
196.0
144.0

34.7
33.2
14.2
11.6
41.2
46.7
40.5
34.3
67.7
26.3
26.3
4.0

3.5
1.2
0
0
1.6
1.9
8.7
.1
0
-2.2
-2.2
.1

06/85
06/90
06/85

147.4
114.8
163.0

129.2
116.4
135.7

155.0
116.4
173.2

66.5
13.6
93.5

20.0
0
27.6

2679-P
2679-1
2679-12
2679-125
2679-2
2679-28
2679-282

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/85
06/90
06/85

121.9
121.4
107.0
109.8
109.0
129.9
107.3
129.0

124.8
124.0
106.5
108.6
105.6
133.5
111.7
133.9

126.0
125.0
106.8
109.2
107.4
133.9
110.2
137.2

8.4
7.9
.2
.3
.9
-1.7
-6.3
4.3

1.0
.8
.3
.6
1.7
.3
-1.3
2.5

2679-3
2679-31
2679-311
2679-317
2679-322
2679-4

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/90
06/85

125.0
132.3
127.2
150.1
108.8
128.2

128.7
134.7
127.2
165.6
113.5
129.4

128.6
134.6
127.2
164.6
113.5
132.4

13.1
16.1
9.3
59.0
9.7
11.5

-.1
-.1
0
-.6
0
2.3

2674
2674-P
2674-1
2674-111
2674-112
2674-115
2674-2
2674-211
2674-212
2674-SM
2674-S

Grocers’ bags and s a c k s ................................................................................

Single and double w a ll....................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................

2675
2675-P
2675-1
2675-111
2675-113
2675-11301
2675-11302
2675-11303
2675-199
2675-2

Index c a rd s ...................................................................................... .................
File fo ld e rs .........................................................................................................

Other file folders, including file pockets and ja c k e ts ..... ......................
Other office supplies, including report covers, excluding lo osele af.......
Other, including fillers and flats for egg cases, bottle caps,
c lo su re s....................... ...............................................................................

2675-299
2675-3
2675-SM
2675-M
2675-Z89
2675-S

Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................... .............. ....................... .....................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
2676

2676-P
2676-1
2676-114
2676-3
2676-4
2676-42
2676-47
2676-SM
2676-S
2676-SSS

Sanitary napkins and ta m p o n s ................................ .........................................
Sanitary n a p kins...................................................... .........................................
Disposable diapers (except incontinence pads) ............................................
Sanitary tissue health products (made from purchased stock) ..................
Table napkins including plain creped and facial tissue t y p e ...................
Paper to w e ls ......................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Other secondary products ..............................................................................
Envelopes ........................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................. .......................
Envelopes, all ty p e s ............................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....... ......................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2677

Stationery p ro d u cts.............................................................. ..........................................
Primary products ............................................................................... ......................
Stationery ..............................................................................................................
Boxed stationery and p o rtfo lio s ........ ................ ............. .............................
Tablets and related pro d u cts..................................... .......................................
Legal p a d s .........................................................................................................
Tablets and pads, except legal p a d s ...........................................................
N oteb ooks..........................................................................................................
Looseleaf fillers (school and commercial ty p e s ).......................................
Wrapped ream papers ......................................................... ..........................
Other wrapped ream paper ........................................................................
Other tablets and related p ro d u c ts ..............................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
E n ve lo p e s..........................................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

2678

Converted paper and paperboard products n.e.c.....................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
W allcoverings.... ........................................ ................. .........................................
Paper w allcoverings....................................................................................... Plastic coated or laminated to 1 mil of vinyl or m o re ...........................
Gift w ra p p a p e r................................................... .................................................
Retail counter items, all materials except f o il.............................................
R o lls ................................................................................................................
Paper business machine supplies and other miscellaneous office
supp lie s...........................................................................................................
Paper business machine s u p p lie s ................................................................
Rolls for adding and other business m achin es......................................
Other, including tapes, teletypes, etc........................................................
Miscellaneous paper and board office supples, n.e.c................................
Pressed and molded pulp g o o d s ......................................................................

2679

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
2678-26519
2678-269
2678-SM
2678-S
2677-S
2678-SSS

See footnotes at end of table.




54

July 1994

(3)

June 1995

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Converted paper and paperboard products, n.e.c.—Continued
Other converted paper and paperboard p ro d u c ts .........................................
Novelties, games, displays, and similar pro d u cts......................................
Industrial paper and paperboard p ro d u c ts ..................................................
Cellulose in su la tio n ......................................................................................
Doilies, place mats and tray d o ilie s ........................................................... ..
Paper wrapping products, n.e.c..................................................................... .
Miscellaneous paper and paperboard products, n.e.c............................. .
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ................ ..............................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
Contract and other miscellaneous re ce ip ts.................................................
Resales ...............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2679-5
2679-51
2679-53
2679-531
2679-541
2679-561
2679-569
2679-SM
2679-M
2679-XY9
2679-Z89
2679-S

June
19952

July
19952

06/90
06/85
06/85
06/90
07/85
06/8 5
06/85

111.0
124.3
108.5
108.4
115.1
146.5
133.7

114.6
128.5
109.7
109.7
122.1
155.5
137.5

115.7
128.5
116.8
115.8
122.1
156.8
137.9

12.7
-4.3
12.4
11.3
16.0
31.1
13.8

1.0
Ó
6.5
5.6
0
.8
.3

06/85
06/90
0 6/85
06/85

143.1
125.7
140.1
116.3

144.6
(3)
141.8
121.2

144.1
125.7
141.2
124.7

13.1
24.7
11.3
10.4

(3)
-.4
2.9

July 1994

June 1995

-.3

Printing, publishing, and allied in dustries.................................. .................................

27

12/84

156.4

157.9

159.4

6.7

.9

Newspaper publishing ....................................................................................................

271

12/79

281.5

283.0

285.1

5.8

.7

Newspaper publishing ................................................................... ................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
C irculation..............................................................................................................
S ubscriptions................................................................................... .................
Through interm ediary...................................................................................
Direct to re a d e r............................................................................................
Single copy s a le s .............................................................................................
Through interm ediary...................................................................................
Direct to re a d e r............................................................................................
A d vertising.............................................................................................................
Classified advertising.......................................................................................
Retail, manufacturing & other comm’l advt’g, exc classifieds and
insertion of preprinted ads ......................................................................
National advertising .....................................................................................
Local, regional and other a dve rtising.......................................................
Insertion of preprinted a d s .............................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................
Commercial printing, lithographic........................... .......................................

2711

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

281.5
284.3
227.8
223.7
222.9
230.0
234.6
229.6
238.4
302.0
340.4

283.1
285.8
231.5
225.1
224.3
231.2
244.0
229.6
253.8
302.8
341.6

285.1
287.6
234.6
225.3
224.3
232.9
254.4
229.6
271.0
304.1
342.4

5.8
5.6
4.9
2.2
2.0
3.7
11.1
1.9
17.3
5.7
4.5

.7
.6
1.3
.1
0
.7
4.3
0
6.8
.4
.2

12/79
12/79
12/79
06/86

294.1
321.4
290.9
141.5

294.7
321.4
291.6
142.4

296.4
326.7
292.5
142.4

6.7
6.9
6.5
2.2

.6
1.6
.3
0

12/79
12/79
12/94

212.9

215.4

(3)
100.9

(3)
(3)

225.1
222.9

7.3
5.3

Periodical p ub lish ing.......................................................................................................

272

12/79

243.5

2 44 8

246.7

3.4

.8

Periodical p ub lish ing.......................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
A dvertising....................................................................................... .....................
Specialized business and professional p e rio d ic a ls ...................................
Industrial periodicals (excluding ele c tro n ic s )...........................................
Wholesale and retail trade, incl. merchandising p e rio d ic a ls ................
Professional and institutional perio dicals.................................................
Medical and health care periodicals.........................................................
Electronic/data management p e rio d ica ls........ .......................................
Services periodicals (excluding data m anage m ent)..............................
Other business periodicals, n.e.c................................................................
General periodicals........ .................................................................................
General and special interest perio dicals..................................................
Special interest (primarily hobby, entertainment, outdoor sports
and auto) ............................................................................................
General interest (inc. general articles, pictures, fiction,
nonfiction, travel and humor) ...........................................................
Other periodicals...............................................................................................
Other periodicals, n.e.c.................................................................................
C irculation..............................................................................................................
Specialized business and professional pe rio d ic a ls ...................................
Professional and institutional p e rio dicals.................................................
Medical and health care periodicals...... ..................................................
Other business periodicals, n.e.c................................................................
General periodicals..........................................................................................
General and special interest perio dicals..................................................
S u bscriptions............................... ..............................................................
Special interest (primarily hobby, entertainment, outdoor
sports and a u to ).............................................................................
General interest (inc. general articles, pictures, fiction,
nonfiction, travel and humor) ......................................................
Single copy s a le s ......................................................................................
Special interest (primarily hobby, entertainment, outdoor
sports and a u to ).............................................................................
General interest (inc. general articles, pictures, fiction,
nonfiction, travel and humor) .................................................. ...
Other periodicals..............................................................................................
Other periodicals, n.e.c.................................................................................
Single copy s a le s ...... ................ ........................................... ...................

2721
2721-P
2721-A
2721-4
2721-411
2721-413
2721-415
2721-417
2721-419
2721-421
2721-423
2721-6
2721-653

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/92
12/92
12/92
12/92
12/79
12/79

243.5
253.7
285.3
244.5
257.2
251.3
260.9
101.0
103.5
110.0
99.0
309.7
345.8

244.8
255.3
287.5
244.6
257.4
251.3
261.2
101.0
103.5
110.0
99.0
313.5
347.4

246.7
257.4
291.0
244.6
257.4
251.3
261.2
101.0
103.5
110.0
99.0
319.7
347.0

3.4
3.6
4.8
3.8
2.1
5.7
2.0
3.0
3.8
3.7
4.2
5.4
4.7

.8
.8
1.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2.0
-.1

2721-65311

06/86

175.7

176.9

176.7

4.3

-.1

2721-65312
2721-73
2721-737
2721-C
2721-3
2721-317
2721-319
2721-325
2721-5
2721-55
2721-553

06/86

166.9

166.9

166.9

5.5

0

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/92
12/92
12/79
12/79
12/79

196.7
217.3
260.8
275.1
110.0
109.1
204.9
228.0
252.5

196.7
218.1
263.3
275.8
113.9
109.1
205.3
228.0
252.5

(3)
218.8
264.0
279.5
113.9
(3)
206.1
228.0
252.5

(3)
2.0
3.4
9.9
5.5
(3)
.9
.4
.5

(3)
.3
.3
1.3
0
(3)
.4
0
0

2721-55311

06/86

139.3

139.3

139.3

1.2

0

2721-55312
2721-555

06/86
12/79

146.2
194.3

146.2
194.3

146.2
194.3

-.1
.2

0
0

2721-55511

06/86

145.6

145.6

145.6

3.6

0

2721-55512
2721-7A
2721-717
2721-71702

06/86
12/79
02/86
02/8 6

(3)
230.7
152.7
146.6

(3)
230.9
152.7
146.6

(3)
231.1
153.9
154.3

(3)
6.2
18.1
6.8

(3)
.1
.8
5.3

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-SM
2711-S
2711-SSS
2752-S

See footnotes at end of table.




55

(3)

(3)

4.5
(3)
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Periodical publishing— Continued
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts .
Miscellaneous receipts ..........................................
Secondary products .......................................... .

2721-SM
2721-M
2721-S

12/79
12/79

June
19952

July
19952

164.2
183.0

164.2
183.0

(3)
183.0

(3)
1.0

July 1994

June 1995

(3)
0

B o o k s ..

273

12/84

159.2

160.0

162.7

7.0

1.7

Book Publishing.......................... .............................................................. ....................
Primary p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................
T e xtb o o ks............................. ...................................... .......................................
Elementary te xtb o o ks...................................................................................
H ardbound...................................................................................................
P a perbound.................................................................................................
High school textb o o k s...................................................................................
H ardbound.... ............................................. ................... .............................
College te x tb o o k s .........................................................................................
H ardbound...................................................................................................
Paperbound.............................. .............. ................ ...................................
W orkb o o ks......... .................................................................. .........................
Elementary workbooks ....................................... ......................................
Technical, scientific and professional b o o k s ............................. .................
Law b o o k s ........................................................................................ .............
Hardbound................................................................................................. .
Medical b o o k s ......................................................................... ......................
H ardbound.................................................. .................... ............................
P a perbound................................................ ................................................
Business b o o k s ................................................................................ .............
H ardbound....................................................... ...........................................
Other technical, scientific and professional books ................................
Hardbound............................................................ .................. ...................
Pa perbound.................................... ............................................................
Religious b o o k s ................................................................................................
Bibles and testaments ........................................ ............. ...........................
Other religious books, including hymnals and de v o tio n a ls...................
H ardbound......... .........................................................................................
P a perbound.................................................................................................
General, mass market, adult trade, juvenile, book club and mail order
b o ....... .............................................. ................. .........................................
Book club books, hardbound and paperbound ....... ...............................
Mass market, adult trade and juvenile b o o k s ..........................................
Mass market books, rack s iz e .................................... ............................
Adult trade and juvenile b o o k s ................................................................
Adult tra d e ...............................................................................................
Hardbound............................. ..................................... ........................
Paperbound, including mass market other than rack size .........
Juvenile b o o k s ........................................................... ...........................
Hardbound............................................................................................
Paperbound......... .................. .............................................................
Audio b o o k s ........................ ....................................................................
General reference books ................................................................................
E n cyclope dias................................................................................................
Dictionaries and thesauruses......................................................... ............
O th e r........................................ .................................... ...................................
Other books, excluding pamphlets ............................................. ..................
Other books, n.e.c..........................................................................................
H ardbound...... ............................................................................................
Paperbound.... ............................................................................................
University press books, hardbound and paperbound ............................
Pamphlets (5-48 pages) ........................................... .......................................
Other p a m p h le ts...........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ............... ...........................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ....................................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...................................
R e s a le s ....... ..................... .............. ..............................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ........................ ..................................................
Miscellaneous p u b lish in g ...........................................................................

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
06/95
06/95
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/95
12/80

210.0
211.4
278.9
309.6
306.5

210.9
212.2
280.3
309.6
306.5

6.9
6.8
8.1
6.6
4.6

1.9
2.1
1.5
0
0

(3)
303.0
322.8
252.7
251.6
255.1
303.1
297.3
178.6
186.8
175.0
182.6
177.9

(3)
303.0
322.8
255.8
253.5
266.7
303.1
297.3
180.0
184.9
172.3
183.4
178.6

214.9
216.6
284.4
309.6
306.5
320.5

(3)
(3)
(3)
6.5
6.3
8.0
15.7
17.3
4.0
-.3
-.4
3.2
2.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
3.4
3.9
.7
0
0
.8
0
0
0
0

(3)
(3)
(3)
168.7
166.9

(3)
100.0

(3)

(3)
175.1
163.6

(3)
178.0
156.1
193.4
(3)
253.3

(3)
178.3
156.1
193.9
100.0
254.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
11.2
5.0
22.3
2.7

12/80
08/84
06/88
12/80
06/88
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/95
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
04/81
04/81
04/81
06/95
06/88
12/80
06/88

179.5
139.7
133.3
204.9
131.7
165.0
154.9
185.0
194.3
187.7
205.8
(3)
161.3
155.9
(3)
207.1
147.2
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
158.0
108.4

179.3
137.5
133.5
206.9
131.4
164.4
154.0
185.0
194.3
187.7
205.8
100.0
161.4
155.9
(3)
207.6
147.2
(3)
(3)
100.0
(3)
161.0
(3)

185.3

7.1

3.3

(3)
140.0

(3)
9.1

(3)
4.9

(3)
135.3
170.8
163.9
185.0
194.3
187.7
205.8
100.0
161.3
155.9
140.5
207.1
172.1
174.2
168.9
129.3
122.9
161.0
111.2

(3)
5.0
5.0
5.9
3.5
5.0
5.4
4.6
(3)
4.3
7.4
(3)
1.1
16.9
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
3.7
5.2

(3)
3.0
3.9
6.4
0
0
0
0
0
-.1
0
(3)
-.2
16.9
(3)
(3)
29.3
(3)
0
(3)

12/80
06/95
06/88
12/80
06/95
06/95

(3)
(3)
120.3
228.9

131.3
100.0
120.3
233.3
100.0
100.0

(3)
(3)
.5
11.5

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
100.0
120.3
233.3
100.0
100.0

(3)
(3)

0
0
0
0
0

2732-P
2732-3

12/83
12/83
06/93

146.6
148.3
105.6

148.1
149.9
108.1

148.5
150.4
108.1

6.0
5.7
7.2

.3
.3
0

2732-3B
2732-314
2732-315
2732-316
2732-4
2732-417
2732-418
2732-5

06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93

106.4
102.0
111.8
117.1
106.3
107.2
105.9
106.7

107.5
102.7
113.4
117.1
107.6
108.1
107.4
108.4

107.4
102.7
113.3
(3)
107.7
108.3
107.4
108.9

7.0
3.0
12.0
(3)
5.6
6.6
5.1
7.5

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

Book p rintin g................................................................................... ............................
Primary p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................
Textbooks printing and b in d in g ....................................................................
College textbooks (grades 13 or higher, including private business,
e tc .) .............................................. ............... ..................... ......................
Hardbound..................................................... ................. ..........................
P a perbound.................................. ..................... .......................................
Workbooks and standardized t e s ts ............................... ........................
Technical, scientific, and professional books, printing and binding ......
H a rdb ound.... ...................................................................... .........................
Paperbound ...................................................................... ............................
Religious books, printing and b in d in g ..........................................................

2731-P
2731-1
2731-1A
2731-111
2731-112
2731-1B
2731-113
2731-1C
2731-115
2731-116
2731-12
2731-121
2731-3
2731-31
2731-315
2731-32
2731-325
2731-327
2731-33
2731-335
2731-34
2731-345
2731-347
2731-4
2731-415
2731-44
2731-445
2731-447
2731-5
2731-B
2731-56
2731-A
2731-D
2731-D4
2731-D41
2731-D47
2731-D5
2731-D51
2731-D53
2731-H
2731-7
2731-721
2731-741
2731-749
2731-8
2731-8B
2731-815
2731-816
2731-8C
2731-9
2731-959
2731-SM
2731-M
2731-XY9
2731-Z89
2731-S
2731-SSS
2741-S

See footnotes at end of table.




56

(3)
(3)
264.6
263.3
268.7
303.1
297.3
181.4
184.9
172.3
183.4
178.6
217.1
100.0
(3)
179.2
169.9
199.3
181.3
(3)
198.2
103.1
256.1

(3)
3.8
(3)
2.4

0
(3)
2.3
3.9
(3)
1.7
(3)
2.2
3.1
.8

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Book printing—Continued
Paperbound ....................................................................................................
General books (trade etc.) printing and binding ..........................................
Adult trade books (fiction and n o n fic tio n ).................................................
Hardbound............ ................................................................................... ...
Paperbound.................................................................................................
Juvenile books (fiction and n o n fictio n )............................... ......................
Pa perbound............... ................................................................................
Mass market paperbound books, rack size, distributed predominantly
to mass market o u tle ts .........................................................................
Other books and pamphlets, n.e.c., printing and b in d in g ..........................
Other reference b o o k s ................................... ................. ............................
H ardbound..................................... .............................................................
Paperbound.............................................. ..................................................
All other books, n.e.c (including music books, university press
books, e tc .)............................................................... ..............................
H ardbound..................................................................... .............................
Paperbound.................................................................... ............................
Books printing only, not b o u n d ...................................................................
Pamphlets, printing only or printing and b in d in g .....................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .......................................... ...............................................

July 1994

June 1995

109.6
105.0
103.6
102.5
105.2
105.4
105.1

110.8
105.9
104.7
103.1
107.2
105.4
105.1

111.8
106.1
105.0
103.1
107.8
105.4
105.1

11.4
6.3
6.3
4.2
9.2
3.1
3.1

0.9
.2
.3
0
.6
0
0

2732-644
2732-7
2732-7A
2732-754
2732-755

06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93

108.1
104.8
103.5
102.7
104.4

108.8
105.0
105.1
105.7
104.4

109.1
106.0
105.4
105.7
105.1

8.6
4.1
5.6
4.8
6.6

.3
1.0
.3
0
.7

2732-7B
2732-756
2732-757
2732-761
2732-762
2732-SM
2732-S

06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93

107.1
106.9
107.5
104.3
100.4

107.2
106.9
108.1
103.9
100.7

107.3
106.9
108.3
111.1
101.3

3.8
2.5
7.1
10.4
3.2

.1
0
.2
6.9
.6

12/83

138.8

139.2

139.2

8.4

0

06/84

165.9

167.6

168.0

4.5

.2

2741-P
2741-1
2741-11
2741-113
2741-1131
2741-1132
2741-115
2741-121
2741-2

06/84
06/84
06/84
06/8 4
09/84
12/89
12/89
06/84
12/89
06/84

165.9
167.1
158.8
160.4
172.1
129.9
123.6
136.7
112.0
173.9

167.6
168.9
160.4
162.0
173.8
131.2
(3)
138.4
112.0
174.0

168.0
169.4
160.5
162.0
173.9
131.3

4.5
4.7
3.6
3.6
3.5
3.5

.2
.3
.1
0
.1
.1

(3)
138.2
112.0
176.2

(3)
5.9
0
7.6

(3)
-.1
0
1.3

2741-213
2741-215
2741-4
2741-5
2741-521
2741-561

Miscellaneous p u b lish in g ............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .................................... ..............................................................
Catalogs and directories, publishing................................ .............................
Directories.......................................................................................................
T e le p h o n e ................................ ..................................................................
Yellow pages advertising......................................................................
Other telephone directory advertising.................................................
Other directories, including business reference s e rv ic e .....................
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 patte rns............................................................
Other miscellaneous publishing......................................................................
Shopper n e w s ................................................ ...............................................
Multimedia kits ......................................... .....................................................
Micropublishing in microform, including original and republished
material ................................................... ................................................
Other miscellaneous publishing nec, including almanacs and racing
f o rm s ........................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...........................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .....................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ..... ......................... ..........................................................

06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93
06/93

02/88
06/84
08/84
06/84
06/84
12/89

124.2
187.2
143.2
172.0
188.2
133.8

124.6
187.2
143.2
175.4
193.5
133.8

129.1
189.0
143.2
177.0
195.9
134.6

4.4
8.1
0
8.1
8.5
1.4

3.6
1.0
0
.9
1.2
.6

274
2741

2741-597

06/84

176.7

177.0

177.0

15.9

0

2741-599
2741-SM
2741-M
2741-S

06/84

196.9

196.9

196.9

5.5

0

06/84
06/84

122.0
149.8

122.0
149.8

114.4
150.1

(3)
.4

-6.2
.2

12/84

131.5

132.9

134.1

6.5

.9

2752-P
2752-1

06/82
06/82
06/82

142.8
142.9
130.9

144.6
144.8
132.9

146.1
146.5
133.2

7.2
7.4
6.3

1.0
1.2
.2

2752-11
2752-112
2752-114
2752-2
2752-21
2752-212
2752-217
2752-3
2752-31
2752-312
2752-314
2752-32
2752-32A
2752-322
2752-32B
2752-4
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
06/82
12/88
12/88
06/82
12/88

109.1
132.8
130.2
119.6
97.7
106.9
158.0
134.4
111.7
158.8
117.7
117.8
128.6
108.0
173.1
150.6
110.7
122.0
151.1
133.6

110.3
133.6
131.9
119.9
98.0
107.4
158.0
134.2
111.4
157.9
117.7
117.8
128.6
108.0
173.1
152.2
110.7
122.0
150.1
132.7

110.6
133.6
132.3
119.9
98.0
107.4
158.0
134.8
111.5
158.2
117.7
119.4
128.6 '
108.0
179.2
153.9
110.7
122.0
155.8
137.7

6.0
4.2
6.5
1.6
1.0
.8
2.1
7.4
4.2
4.6
4.0
15.8
4.8
4.8
40.3
8.1
.4
.3
18.7
18.6

.3
0
.3
0
0
0
0
.4
.1
.2
0
1.4
0
0
3.5
1.1
0
0
3.8
3.8

2752-4C
2752-421
2752-5

06/82
12/88
06/82

142.2
123.2
138.5

144.6
125.8
139.8

144.3
125.2
140.4

3.8
4.1
3.6

-.2
-.5
.4

Commercial p rin tin g .....................................................................................................
2752

See footnotes at end of table.




July
19952

2732-535
2732-6
2732-6B
2732-645
2732-646
2732-6C
2732-648

Miscellaneous p u b lish in g ............................................................................................

Commercial printing, lithographic............................. ........................ .....................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
Lithographic magazine and periodical p rin tin g ............................................
Magazines and periodicals (excluding magazine and comic
supplements for Sunday newspapers)...............................................
S h e e t-fe d .....................................................................................................
W e b -fe d .......................................................................................................
Lithographic label and wrapper p rin tin g ........................................................
Printed custom and stock la b e ls ................................................................
Sheet-fed flat printed labels (ex. pressure sensitive)..........................
Pressure sensitive labels (flat and ro lls )......................... ......................
Lithographic catalog and directory printin g........ ..........................................
Catalogs, including direct m a il....................................................................
S h e e t-fe d .....................................................................................................
W e b -fe d .......................................................................................................
D irectories.......................................................................................................
Telephone d ire c to rie s .............................. ................................................
W eb-fe d....................................................................................................
Other directories.........................................................................................
Lithographic financial and legal p rin tin g ........................................................
SEC filing and prospectuses.......................................................................
S h e e t-fe d ................................. ...................................................................
Annual reports and other corporate finanicial printing ...........................
S h ee t-fe d ........................................................................ ............................
Other financial and legal printing, (including insurance forms,
security certificates,etc.).......................................................................
S h e e t-fe d .....................................................................................................
Lithographic advertising p rin tin g .....................................................................

June
19952

57

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Commercial printing, lithographic—Continued
Direct m a il..........................................................................................................
S h e e t-fe d ................................................................................ .......................
W e b -fe d ........................................;.................................................................
Display advertising.......................... .................................................................
Posters, (including outdoor advertising, car cards) ...............................
S h e e t-fe d .................................. .................................................................
Counter and floor d isp la ys....... ..................................................................
S h e e t-fe d ...................................... ............................................ ................
Preprinted newspaper in s e rts ........................................................................
Web-fed s e c tio n s .........................................................................................
Other advertising printing, (including brochures, pamphlets, catalog
sheet, e tc .) ...................................... ...........................................................
S h e e t-fe d .......... .............................................................................................
W e b -fe d ..........................................................................................................
Other lithographic general job printing ......................
Ticket, coupon, and food and beverage check p rin tin g ...........................
Business forms, except m anifold...................................................................
Quick printing ....................................................................................................
All other general commercial printing, n.e.c., s h e e t-fe d ...........................
All other general commercial printing, n.e.c., w e b -fe d .............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........ .....................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........................... .................. ..............................................
Book p rin tin g .................................................................................... ................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ........ ............................................... .....................
Commercial printing, n.e.c................................................................................
Letterpress general job printing ................................................................
Manifold business fo rm s .................................................................................

June
19952

July
19952

114.2
184.4
110.6
118.7

114.8
186.1
110.6
118.7

2.9
4.0
1.0
3.9

0.5
.9
0
0

1.4
6.8
6.8
0

0
0
0
0

(3)

June 1995

2752-51
2752-512
2752-514
2752-52
2752-52A
2752-522
2752-52B
2752-526
2752-53
2752-536

12/88
06/82
06/82
12/88

113.4
183.6

12/88
06/82
12/88
06/82
12/88

115.3
138.6
113.9
100.5
101.6

116.6
147.3
121.0
100.5
(3)

116.6
147.3
121.0
100.5
101.6

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

120.1
142.3
148.3
166.7
117.7
129.2
111.7
140.2
194.1

121.5
144.1
149.2
170.8
124.0
142.7
111.7
142.7
197.2

122.2
145.3
149.2
176.2
124.0
144.3
111.7
143.0
197.2

5.7
5.8
5.4
13.9
4.8
21.4
1.3
6.0
18.3

.6
.8
0
3.2
0
1.1
0
.2
0

06/82
06/82
08/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/88
06/82

124.5
115.3
128.9
146.7
152.1
148.2
153.9
131.9
145.5

124.5
115.3
128.9
148.6
159.1
148.2
153.9
131.9
150.6

124.5
115.3
128.9
149.6
163.3
148.2
153.9
131.9
151.9

2.2
5.7
.9
7.0
16.1
5.2
3.6
5.4
11.0

0
0
0
.7
2.6
0
.0
0
.9

1.7
2.0
3.1
3.0
4.0

1.1
1.3
2.6
1.5
2.1

(3)
114.6

(3)

2754-P
2754-2
2754-6
2754-695
2754-SM
2754-S
2754-SSS

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

102.9
101.7
131.5
119.5
109.9

103.0
101.9
131.5
119.5
109.9

104.1
103.2
134.9
121.3
112.2

06/82
06/82

112.6
122.8

111.9
122.8

111.9

2759-P
2759-A
2759-2
2759-2A
2759-218
2759-6
2759-695
2759-7
2759-71

06/82
12/88
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
12/88

152.8
117.7
150.2
139.4
130.4
138.0
168.8
167.0
133.6
108.3

153.8
118.4
151.1
140.6
130.4
138.0
168.8
167.0
135.1
110.5

153.9
118.5
151.2
140.6
130.4
138.0
168.8
167.0
135.5
111.1

5.1
5.4
5.7
7.7
1.6
4.2
4.7
4.7
4.1
3.2

06/82
06/82
12/84
12/84
12/84

142.3
134.9
139.6
139.6
142.7

146.7
134.9
140.4
140.4
146.9

146.7
(3)
140.4
140.4
146.9

3.1
(3)
3.1
3.1
11.5

06/82
06/82
12/88

157.3
165.7
103.5

158.7
168.7
103.5

158.7
168.7
103.5

2.8
6.0
-.1

0
0
0

165.8

167.2

27.0

.8

165.8
169.4
175.3

27.0
27.7
19.3
16.0
9.3
19.8
20.7
17.4
8.2
15.4
16.7

.8
1.0
.3

(3)

167.2
171.1
175.8
165.6
147.6
177.2
182.1
163.7
158.9
158.1
162.5

171.4
170.3
188.1
163.2

172.7
171.6
188.9
164.8

24.3
24.0
26.7
22.4

Commercial printing, g ravure........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Labels and wrappers, printing (gravure)..........................................................
Other general job printing, (gravure)................................................................
All other general commercial printing n.e.c. (gravure)..............................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

2754

Commerical printing, n.e.c..............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Letterpress and screen printing ........................................................................
Letterpress label and wrapper p rin tin g ........................................................
Custom and stock labels, including bordered made of paper f o il......
Rolls pressure sensitive, letterpress (self-adhesive)..........................
Other general job p rin tin g ...............................................................................
All other commercial printing n.e.c., including maps, atlases, etc.
Screen process printing, except te x tile s ......................................................
Decalcomanias and la b e ls .........................................................................
Decalcomanias and pressure sensitives (self-adhesive), excluding
la b e ls .......................................................................................... .........
All other screen process, n.e.c...................................................................
Engraving.... ..........................................................................................................
E n gra ving...........................................................................................................
Social eng raving...........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Commercial printing, lithographic..................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

2759

Manifold business fo rm s ....................................................................................... ........

276

12/83

155.3

Manifold business fo rm s ................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Unit set fo r m s .......................................................................................................
Stock, including im printed...............................................................................
C a rb o n le ss.....................................................................................................
Custom p rin te d ..................................................................................................
C a rb o n ....... ..................... ..............................................................................
C a rb o n le ss.....................................................................................................
Manifold books, including sales, and pegboard accounting s y s te m s .......
Sales and other manifold b o o k s ...................................................................
Custom ........................ ...................................................................................
Custom continuous forms, with or without carbon, marginally punched
or n o t ..............................................................................................................
All other custom printed .................................................................................
One p a r t .................................................................................... ....................
Multiple p a r ts .................................................................................................

2761
2761-P
2761-2
2761-21
2761-215
2761-25
2761-253
2761-255
2761-3
2761-32
2761-323

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

155.3
158.8
167.9
156.3
140.8
169.3
172.7
159.6
151.3
146.8
150.2

2761-5
2761-58
2761-581
2761-582

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

166.3
165.6
182.9
158.7

2759-711
2759-798
2759-B
2759-8
2759-812
2759-SM
2759-S
2752-S
2759-SSS

See footnotes at end of table.




July 1994

58

<
3)
(3)
175.9
180.3
163.5
155.8
150.2

(3)

-.3
(3)

0
(3)
.1
.1
.1
0
0
0
0
0
.3
.5
0
(3)
0
0
0

(3)
(3)
.7
1.0
.1
2.0
5.3
(3)
.8
.8
.4
1.0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Manifold business forms—Continued
C a rbo n.........................................................................................................
C arbonless..................................................................................................
Stock continuous fo rm s ............................. ........................................................
Stock shelf fo rm s .............................................................................................
One p a r t ........................................................................................................
Multiple p a r t s ................................................................................................
C a rb o n ........................................................................................................
C arbonless............................... .............. ...................................................
Stock format fo rm s ..........................................................................................
All other stock fo rm s .......................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......... ............................................................................
R e s a le s .............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ................................................................ ...........................
Lithographic commercial p rin tin g ..................................................................
Commercial printing, n.e.c...............................................................................




2761-5822
2761-5824
2761-7
2761-76
2761-761
2761-762
2761-7621
2761-7622
2761-77
2761-78
2761-SM
2761-M
2761-Z89
2761-S
2752-S
2759-S

59

June
19952

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

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

162.9
144.2
141.6
141.9
130.3
156.4
168.2
129.4
113.3
169.8

168.3
146.5
163.5
165.8
145.7
189.5
204.9
153.5
121.9
179.2

170.1
147.7
166.6
169.5
147.6
195.1
214.0
147.8
121.9
179.8

27.0
11.4
47.3
45.1
37.7
51.4
59.8
20.9
62.8
70.1

1.1
.8
1.9
2.2
1.3
3.0
4.4
-3.7
0
.3

03/84
06/85
12/83
12/83
12/83

93.6
90.4
133.1
139.7
184.1

104.5
101.0
138.3
147.0
187.6

99.8
96.4
138.8
147.0
190.6

23.8
23.7
9.0
15.7
9.5

-4.5
-4.6
.4
0
1.6

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Product
code

Industry
code

Industry and product1

Index
base
Mar.
19952

June
19952

July
19952

12/85

158.1

150.2

158.9

7.5

5.8

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
08/93
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85

158.1
152.8
153.7
145.8
112.9
137.9
160.2
161.1
147.5

150.2
151.6
152.4
145.8

158.9
154.1
155.0
148.7

7.5
3.9
3.9
-.7

5.8
1.6
1.7
2.0

(3)
137.9
158.0
158.7
149.3

(3)
140.7
160.3
161.1
149.3

(3)
2.8
7.5
7.4
9.3

(3)
2.0
1.5
1.5
0

12/85

146.8

130.0

146.8

13.8

12.9

July 1994

June 1995

Greeting card and publishing ...................................................... ........................... .....

277

Greeting card pub lish in g ........ .................................... ......................... .......................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Publishers’ sales ................................ .................... .............................................
Seasonal greeting c a rd s .................................................................................
Counter c a rd s ..................................;........... ......................... .......................
Packaged cards (including boxed cards) ................... ..............................
Non-seasonal greeting cards ......................................... ...... .......................
Counter c a r d s ......... ............... ........................:................. ..........................
Packaged cards (including boxed cards) .................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts .............
Secondary products ................. .................... ......................................................

2771

Blankbooks, looseleaf binders, and bookbinding and related w o rk ......................

278

06/85

149.2

149.9

150.0

5.1

.1

Blankbooks and looseleaf bin d e rs ........ ........................
......... ..............................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................................... ..................................................
Looseleaf binders and d e v ic e s ............................ ................... .........................
Binders ........................................... .................. ........................ ........................
Looseleaf binders, all ring and prong t y p e .... .........................................
................... ......
Miscellaneous binder devices and fo r m s ....... .............
Sheet p ro te cto rs....... ..................... ..............................................................
All looseleaf devices, metal and no n m e ta l..................... ......................
Checkbooks, inserts and refills, excluding continuous forms and die cut
Blankbook making, except checkbooks ..........
..........................................
Albums and scrapbooks ...... ........................... .................. ...........................
Columnar pads, memo books, and misc. blankbooks (incl. financial
notes and address b o o k s )..................... ...............................................
All other blankbooks, including ledger and account books, bound
drafts and financial n o te s ..... ................. ;........................... ...................
Secondary products and miscellaneous receipts ............... ...............................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................

2782
2782-P
2782-2
2782-21
2782-211
2782-22
2782-222
2782-223
2782-3
2782-4
2782-42

06/85
06/85
06/85
12/91
06/85
12/91
12/91
12/91
06/85
12/91
06/85

157.5
158.7
128.9
106.2
126.9
109.7
102.7
112.4
182.3
106.0
170.8

158.2
159.4
131.5
107.0
127.8
119.3
102.7
119.8
181.6
106.6
170.8

158.2
159.5
131.4
106.8
127.7
119.3
102.7
119.6
181.7
106.7
170.8

5.3
5.8
9.6
9.1
9.1
12.1
6.8
9.8
3.9
5.0
1.3

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

2782-44

06/85

132.0

134.7

(3)

(3)

(3)

2782-45
2782-SM
2782-S

12/91

115.5

115.8

116.5

12.7

.6

06/85

136.1

136.3

136.4

3.8

.1

Bookbinding and related work ................ ..................... ................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...... .............................................. ............... .................................
Edition, library, trade and other hardcover b indin g....... ................................
Edition binding, hardbo und....... ......................... ...........................................
Textbook, technical, scientific, and professional b o o k s ........................
Library binding; incl. prebinding, rebinding, and other hardcover
binding of perio d ica ls.... ............ .................... ................. .......................
Other book and pamphlet binding and related w o rk ....................................
Soft cover binding of books (49 pages or m o re ).................................
Adhesive binding ..................... .............. ......................................................
Mechanical binding .... ................................. ................................................
Pamphlet and other soft cover binding .......................................................
Mechanical binding ......................................................................................
Sample books, swatches, and cards; color, carpet, upholstery, drapes,
etc. ...'........... ................................................. .............................................
Miscellaneous bookbinding work and related service operations or
material printed elsewhere .......................................... ............................

2789
2789-P
2789-1
2789-11
2789-117

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/91
02/92

124.1
123.1
127.0
105.5
109.5

124.8
123.8
127.7
106.2
111.4

124.9
124.0
127.7
106.2
111.4

4.3
4.2
3.9
3.5
7.1

.1
.2
0
0
0

2789-12
2789-2
2789-22
2789-221
2789-222
2789-23
2789-232

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/91
12/91
12/85
12/91

130.2
121.9
109.0
110.9
97.0
103.4
101.5

130.7
122.6
109.1
110.0
97.9
103.0
100.9

130.7
122.8
109.1
110.0
97.9
103.3
101.4

4.3
4.2
4.8
9.2
.9
1.6
1.2

0
.2
0
0
0
.3
.5

2789-24

12/91

105.9

107.0

107.3

6.9

.3

2789-25

12/85

138.8

141.2

140.8

3.1

-.3

Service industries for the printing tra d e ..................... ...............

2771-P
2771-1
2771-1A
2771-111
2771-112
2771-1B
2771-153
2771-155
2771-SM
2771-S

279

06/85

114.7

114.6

114.9

.9

.3

T ypesetting........ ......................... .............. ..................... ................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts...... ..................................................... .........................................
Photographic typesetting, including phototypesetting and photolettering
With capability to integrate text and graphics ...........................................
All other phototypesetting........ ........................
..... ..................................

2791
2791-P
2791-2
2791-211
2791-212

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

117.4
117.2
118.1
118.0
119.5

117.5
117.3
118.1
118.1
119.5

118.2
118.0
118.9
118.8
120.4

1.4
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.3

.6
.6
.7
.6
.8

Platemaking s e rvice s........... ................... ............ ............................. ...........................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........... ........................................................... ..............................
Lithographic p la te s ........ ........... .........................................................................
Diazo type plates prepared for printing .......................................................
All other lithographic plates .......................................... .................................
Lithographic platemaking s e rv ic e s ...................................................................
Color corrected process positives or negatives on film ...........................
All other lithographic f ilm .................................. ................. ...........................
Assembled flats for platemaking ...................................................................
Platemaking services, except lith o g ra p h ic.... .................................................
Duplicate plates for letterpress ....................... ..............................................
Rubber plates ..... ............... ............................... ..........................................
Photopolymer (plastic) plates ....................... .........................................
Gravure plates and cylinders made for others (including preparation
of f ilm ) .....................;................... .................. .................. .........................
Photoengraving plates made for others ......................................................
M agnesium .......... .................... :...................... .............. ..............................
Other platemaking services, except lithographic.......................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary products ................... ........................... ............................................

2796
2796-P
2796-1
2796-113
2796-129
2796-2
2796-231
2796-239
2796-241
2796-3
2796-31
2796-315
2796-316

12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/85
12/90
12/90
12/90
12/90

111.0
110.2
111.7
111.9
117.4
108.1
104.7
104.6
130.7
108.1
111.9
116.8
107.2

110.9
110.1
111.7

.5
.5
2.9
2.8
4.5
-.1
.1
-.7
0
.7
3.8
3.6
1.8

0
-.1
0

(3)
117.4
107.9
104.7
105.2
129.1
108.0
111.9
116.8
107.2

110.9
110.0
111.7
111.9
117.4
107.8
104.7
104.4
129.1
107.9
111.9
116.8
107.2

12/90
06/85
06/85
12/90

105.0
121.2
128.2
100.2

105.0
121.2
128.2
98.6

105.0
121.2
128.2
98.3

0
0
0
-1.8

0
0
0
-.3

12/85

121.5

121.5

121.5

0

0

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

2796-35
2796-36
2796-362
2796-39
2796-SM
2796-S

See footnotes at end of table.




60

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

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

June
19952

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

Chemicals and allied p ro d u c ts ............................................................. .......................

28

12/84

141.4

144.2

144.7

12.0

0.3

Industrial inorganic c h e m ic a ls ......................................................................................

281

12/84

123.4

123.5

125.8

9.4

1.9

Alkalies and c h lo rin e ......................................................................................................
Primary products .................................................................................. ...................
C h lorine..................................................................................... .............................
Liquid c h lo rin e ...................................... ............. ............. .................................
Sodium hydroxide (caustic s o d a ).................................................... .................
All other concentrations - liq u id ...................................... .............................
50 percent regular diaphragm g ra d e ........................... ............................
50 percent from mercury cell ..... ...............................................................
Other a lk a lie s .......................................................................................................
Potassium hydroxide (caustic potash, K O H )...............................................
Liquid KOH (all fo rm s )......................................................... .......................

2812

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
06/90

168.2
169.8
172.3
168.7
181.3
184.6
188.6
185.2
123.8
143.1
131.8

152.3
161.3
170.4
166.9
169.9
174.0
173.8
186.3
114.9
117.5
108.2

153.7
163.2
173.0
169.4
171.7
178.2
180.2
183.9
116.0
116.0
106.8

25.8
33.6
-5.6
-5.6
79.6
87.2
.9
57.2
2.7
4.2
4.3

.9
1.2
1.5
1.5
1.1
2.4
3.7
-1.3
1.0
-1.3
-1.3

Industrial g a s e s ...................................................................................... ........................
Primary p ro d u c ts .............................. ......................................... .............................
A ce tylene............................. .................................................. ...............................
Carbon d io xid e .....................................................................................................
Liquid & g a s ......... ;...........................................................................................
Solid (dry ic e ) ........................................................... ........................................
Nitrogen .................................................................................................................
G a s .....................................................................................................................
O xygen...................................................................................................................
L iq u id .... ........................... .................................................................................
Other industrial gases .........................................................................................
Argon, high p u rity............ ............................ ...................................................
H e liu m ..... ..........................................................................................................
Secondary products & miscellaneous re ce ip ts..................... ............................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................

2813

06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/81
06/94
06/81

151.5
150.6
170.4
129.2
132.8

152.7
151.8
168.8
132.4

-.1
-.1
0
.1

(3)
125.1
103.0
121.7
168.7
116.4
186.3
110.1
135.8

4.2
4.5
3.1
3.4
3.5

(3)
102.6
121.9
166.2 ,
119.0
185.7
109.2
135.5

152.6
151.7
168.8
132.5
136.4
125.1
103.8
122.8

(3)
2.0
1.4

<
3)
(3)
186.3

(3)
(3)
6.3

(3)
135.8

(3)
2.8

06/81
06/81

156.4
156.5

156.4
156.5

156.4
156.5

.1
.2

0
0

Inorganic pigm ents....... .................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................... ............................................................
Titanium p ig m e n ts ...... .........................................................................................
Chrome colors and other inorganic p ig m e n ts...............................................
Iron oxide pig m e n ts .......................................................... ...............................
Cadmium sulfide p ig m e n ts .............................................................................
All other color pigments, incl. iron blues, pearl essence, and copper
o x id e s ..........................................................................................................
Not containing le a d ............................................................ .........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ...... ............................................ .........................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ......... ...................................................................

2816

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

146.5
142.9
141.2
156.1
167.6
191.1

148.9
146.3
146.9
155.9
167.6
191.1

148.7
146.4
146.4
157.2
167.6
191.1

4.6
4.6
5.9
3.4
1.8
2.6

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

06/83
06/90

151.3
118.1

150.6
117.4

151.6
118.4

8.1
8.7

.7
.9

06/83
06/83

167.4
124.7

163.5
118.9

161.4
115.8

4.3
-.3

-1.3
-2.6

Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c............................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Sulfuric acid (new and fo rtifie d ).........................................................................
Oleum grades ....................................................................................................
Other than oleum g ra d e s................................................................................
Other inorganic acids (ex. sulfuric, nitric and phosphoric) ..... ....................
Hydrochloric a c id ................................................................ ............ ................
Other inorganic acids, n:e.c., inc boric, chromic, hydrocyanic, and
mixed (sulf. and n itric )..............................................................................
Other aluminum compounds, n.e.c....................................................................
Aluminum hydroxide (trihydrate) ....................................................................
Other aluminum compounds (in. sodium alumínate, light alum.
hydroxide, cryolite and alum, etc................................. ..........................
Potassium and sodium compounds (ex bleaches, alkalies and alu m s )....
Sodium compounds (inc. sodium metal) .....................................................
Sodium p h o sp h a te s...... ..............................................................................
Sodium tripolyphosphate (STP P)......................
............ ...............
Other selected sodium phosphates (mono, di, tri, and tetrabasic;
meta- and acid p y ro )..................... ...................................................
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.............................................
Calcium com pounds................................. ...................................................
Barium and magnesium compounds (inc bulk epsom s a lts )................
Selected semi-metallic mineral compounds, iodine and hydrogen
pero xid e ....... ..................................................................... .....................
Antimony, arsenic, bismuth and selenium compounds, n.e.c. (ex.
antimony-124 and 1 2 5 )....................................................................
Selected metallic mineral compounds, n.e.c................................................
Chromium, manganese, cobalt (ex cobalt-60), and nickel
compounds, n.e.c...................................................................................

2819
2819-P
2819-3
2819-314
2819-331
2819-4
2819-44

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

120.8
129.9
94.8
79.3
98.5
99.1
146.5

121.8
130.4
99.5
79.3
104.3
100.4

125.2
130.2
100.5

8.4
1.7
6.7

2.8
-.2
1.0

(3)
105.5
104.1

(3)
7.9
4.9

(3)
1.2
3.7

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

2819-498
2819-6
2819-625

12/82
12/82
12/82

91.1
111.5
142.0

93.6
112.5
145.8

98.5
110.3
(3)

9.8
-2.3
(3)

5.2
-2.0

2819-671
2819-7
2819-7A
2819-73
2819-738

06/87
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

144.2
125.2
119.3
106.4
101.5

144.2
126.1
120.2
106.4
101.5

(3)
126.3
120.5
106.4
(3)

(3)
1.5
2.0
-.4
(3)

(3)
.2
.2
0

2819-739

12/82

119.5

119.5

119.5

0

0

2819-788
2819-7B
2819-8
2819-9
2819-9A
2819-91
2819-922

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/91
12/82

124.5
157.1

126.7
158.0

3.1
-.9

.5
-.8

(3)
124.8
129.6

(3)
126.1
129.2

(3)
3.5
4.1

<
3)
-.5
0

(3)
123.0

(3)
120.8

127.3
156.8
117.4
125.5
129.2
117.2
120.8

(3)
-.2

(3)

2819-93

12/82

(3)

(3)

101.2

(3)

(3)

2819-939
2819-9F

06/95
12/82

(3)
121.9

100.0
127.1

91.9
127.3

(3)
7.9

-8.1
.2

2819-982

12/82

(3)

(3)

117.8

(3)

(3)

2812-P
2812-1
2812-115
2812-3
2812-365
2812-36511
2812-36512
2812-4
2812-421
2812-42114

2813-P
2813-2
2813-3
2813-311
2813-331
2813-5
2813-511
2813-6
2813-622
2813-7
2813-715
2813-781
2813-SM
2813-M
2813-Z89

2816-P
2816-1
2816-3
2816-331
2816-389
2816-393
2816-397
2816-SM
2816-S
2816-SSS

See footnotes at end of table.




61

(3)
0
.8
.9
(3)
(3)
0
(3)
0

(3)

(3)

0

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base

C C
D ________
C C
D
<1 .<■
J

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

Mar.
19952

Plastic materials and synthetic resins, rubbers, and non-glass
fib e r s ..............................................................................................
Plastic materials and re s in s ......................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................
Thermoplastic re s in s .......................................................................................
Acrylic resins .................................................................................................
Nylon re s in s ...................................................................................................
Polyester resins s a tu ra te d .........................................................................
Other saturated polyester resins, incl. polybutylene terephthalate
(P B T )....................................................................................................
Low density polyethylene re s in s ...............................................................
For film and she e tin g ...............................................................................
For all other uses including injection molding and extrusion
c o a tin g ................................................................................................
High density polyethylene r e s in s .................................. ...........................
For all other u s e s ....................................................................................
Polypropylene re s in s ..................................................................................
For injection molding ..............................................................................
For fiber and fila m e n ts ................................ ..........................................
Styrene plastics m ate rials..........................................................................
Straight polystyrene re s in s .....................................................................
Rubber modified polystyrene resins ....................................................
All other styrene plastic materials including styrene acrylonitrile
(S A N ).......................... .......................... ............................................
Vinyl and vinylidene r e s in s ....... ................................................................
Polyvinyl c h lo rid e .....................................................................................
All other vinyl and vinylidene resins, incl. disp e rsio n .......................
Other engineering thermoplastic re s in s ..................................................
Other non-engineering thermoplastic re s in s .........................................
Thermosetting resins .......... ..................... ....................................................
Alkyd r e s in s .................................................................................................
Epoxy re s in s ............................................................................. ...................
Phenolic and other tar acid resins ..........................................................
All other phenolic and other tar acid re s in s ......................................
Polyester resins, unsaturated...................................................................
Urea formaldehyde re s in s.... .....................................................................
All other thermosetting r e s in s ..................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

07/87
12/82
12/82

(3)
138.8
148.6

(3)
(3)
148.6

12/82

170.6

170.6

(3)

12/82
12/82

166.3
166.3

168.6
168.6

168.8

12/84

128.1

2821-P
2821-3
2821-301
2821-311
2821-321

12/80
12/80
12/80
12/86
12/81
12/80

2821-32144
2821-331
2821-33101

Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.—Continued
Lead and zinc 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 com poun ds..........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................ .......................... ..................
Secondary products.....................................................................................

June
19952

2819-983
2819-984
2819-9G

July 1994

June 199i

(3)
1.8
1.8

(3)
(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

6.2
(3)

.1
(3)

130.6

130.6

15.9

0

161.5
152.3
150.0
(3)
136.2
189.8

165.0
156.4
154.9
(3)
137.1
203.9

164.0
154.9
152.9

21.2
22.8
24.4

-.6
-1.0
-1.3

(3)
137.4
205.5

(3)
16.6
19.3

(3)
.2
.8

12/92
12/80
12/80

105.0
168.9
157.9

107.9
174.4
165.9

110.9
168.2
156.2

10.6
38.2
46.5

2.8
-3.6
-5.8

2821-33104
2821-341
2821-34102
2821-351
2821-35101
2821-35102
2821-361
2821-36101
2821-36102

12/80
12/80
12/86
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

189.4
148.7
168.0
158.3
157.1
137.7
152.4
167.7

190.8
144.4
168.9
167.0
162.2
155.3
154.7
169.8
153.2

25.8
37.7
46.4
43.8
32.4
48.2
24.4
32.6

(3)

189.3
149.9
172.1
163.3
161.5
146.0
157.5
174.9
160.4

(3)

.8
-3.7
-1.9
2.3
.4
6.4
-1.8
-2.9
-4.5

2821-36104
2821-371
2821-37101
2821-37104
2821-381
2821-399
2821-4
2821-401
2821-411
2821-421
2821-42102
2821-431
2821-441
2821-499
2821-SM
2821 -S

04/82
12/80
12/80
01/92
12/81
12/80
12/80
12/86
12/92
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80
12/80

152.0
137.0
138.0
115.1
108.7
150.3
161.6
143.3
107.0
181.2
182.7
138.4
230.0
147.6

156.6
142.0
143.6
116.9
110.3
151.1
160.6
149.8
108.7
169.0
169.6
141.8
200.9
150.9

156.6
139.8
140.9

30.2
15.8
17.1

0
-1.5
-1.9

(3)
110.5
152.0
162.4
151.8
109.0
166.8
167.2
148.4
194.8
150.5

(3)
1.1
10.0
15.3
17.2
6.2
11.4
11.5
25.3
31.6
5.5

(3)
.2
.6
1.1
1.3
.3
-1.3
-1.4
4.7
-3.0
-.3

12/80

202.7

201.6

204.1

12.6

1.2

2822-P
2822-1
2822-111
2822-2
2822-4
2822-6
2822-611

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

125.8
128.3
117.7
121.7
99.7
115.7
126.3
126.3

126.7
130,7
123.1
127.9
99.6
116.2
(3)
(3)

127.2
131.4
124.9
128.8
101.9
116.2
123.7
123.7

14.3
17.6
34.2
36.7
29.0
5.1
-2.4
-2.4

.4
.5
1.5
.7
2.3
0
(3)
(3)

2822-8

06/81

144.1

146.1

145.9

11.9

-.1

7.4
7.4

2.7
2.7

4.1
3.2
2.8
(3)
-.2
5.8
.4
-1.3
4.6
8.9
16.9
-.6
.8
-1.1
10.8

1.2
.9
.8
(3)
.5
2.4
4.8
3.2
8.8
1.2
2.9
-1.3
0
0
0

2819-998
2819-SM
2819-S
2819-SSS

282
2821

Synthetic ru b b e r...............................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................
Styrene butadiene (S B R )......................................................................
Styrene butadiene - s o lid ..................................................................
Polybutadiene.................................. .......................................................
Ethylene propylene (including E P D M )...............................................
Nitrile (including NBR) ..........................................................................
Nitrile - solid .............................................................................. .........
Other synthetic elastomers (including butyl, isoprene, neoprene,
silicone ru b b e rs ).............................................................................

2823-P

Cellulosic manmade fib e rs ..
Primary p ro d u c ts .......
Noncellulosic manmade fib e r s ....................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................................. ....
Nylon fibers, exc producer textured y a r n .......
Yarn, exc producer te x tu re d ..........................
Staple, tow, and fiberfill .................................
Polyester fibers, exc producer textured yarn ..
Yarn, exc producer textured............................
In d u stria l........................................................
Other, including high denier textile yarn ..
Staple, tow and fib e r fill...................................
S ta p le ..............................................................
Tow and fib e rfill............................................
Polyolefin fibers, exc producer textured yarn .
Yarn, exc producer te x tu re d ..........................
Staple, tow, and fiberfill .................................

06/84
06/84

121.0
121.0

124.2
124.2

127.5
127.5

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

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

105.0
105.9
99.0
115.4
87.1
101.3
107.2
151.0
102.3
107.8
106.6
100.2
107.3
107.8
105.4

106.8
108.0
102.3

1,08.1
109.0
103.1

(3)
88.8
104.4
108.0
150.8
105.4
112.5
112.1
103.6
107.3
107.8
105.4

ft
89.2
106.9
113.2
155.7
114.7
113.8
115.4
102.3
107.3
107.8
105.4

2823

2824

See footnotes at end of table.




162.8
142.3
148.6

Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

62

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Noncellulosic manmade fibers—Continued
Other fibers, exc producer textured y a r n ........................................................
Producer textured y a r n .......................................................................................
Nylon ..................................................................................................................
C a rp e t................................................................. ...........................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary products ................................................. ..........................................
D ru g s ................................................................................................................................

283

Medicinal chemicals and botanical products (in b u lk )............................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Synthetic organic medicinal chem icals............................................................
Central stimulants and depressa nts.............................................................
All other synthetic organic medicinal chem ica ls........................................
Other medicináis and b o tanicals......................................................................
All other organic m edicináis..........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................... .......................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................... .......................................
Pharmaceutical preparations.........................................................................

2833

Pharmaceutical preparations................................................................ ......................
Primary p ro d u c ts .................................................................... ................................
Pharmaceutical preparations, p rescription......................................................
Analgesics ........................................................... .............................................
Narcotic ana lgesics.......................................................... ...........................
Non-narcotic a na lgesics.............................................................................
Synthetic, including acetaminophen and anti-m igraine.....................
A n tiarthritics......................................................................................................
A n ticoagulants.................................. ............................................. ................
A nticonvulsants................................................................... ...........................
Systemic antihistam ines.................................. ..............................................
Systemic anti-infectives..................................................................................
Broad and medium spectrum antib iotics................................................
C e phalosporins............................................................. ..........................
Broad spectrum p e n ic illin s ....................................................................
Other broad and medium spectrum a n tib io tic s .................................
Systemic p e n icillins ................................ .............. ......................................
Urinary a ntib acterials.................................................................................
Antispasm odic/antisecretory................................... .....................................
Bronchial th e ra p y ............................................................................................
Cancer therapy p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................
Cardiovascular therapy...................................................................................
Antihypertensive d ru g s ............................ ................................................ .
Vasodilators .................................................................................................
Other cardiovasculars.................................................................................
CNS stimulants/antiobesity p reparations...................................................
Cough and cold preparations........................................................................
Oral cold preparations............................................................... ................
Other cough and cold preparations.........................................................
Dermatological preparations.........................................................................
Acne preparations.......................................................................................
F un gicides.....................................................................................................
Diabetes th e ra p y .......... ...................... ............................................................
D iu re tic s ............................................................................................................
Hormones .........................................................................................................
Hospital solutions............................................................................................
Muscle re la xa n ts.............................................................................................
Nutrients and supplem ents........ ...................................................................
Ophthalmic and otic preparations ...............................................................
Psychotherapeutics........ ................................................................................
Tranquilizers..................................................................................................
Major tranquilizers .................................................................................. .
Minor tranquilizers ...................................................................................
Antidepressants...........................................................................................
Sedatives ............................................................................ .............................
Tuberculosis therapy ................ ......................................................................
V itam ins.............................................................................................................
B -c o m p le x .....................................................................................................
Other vitam ins...............................................................................................
Miscellaneous prescription pharmaceutical preparations........................
Pharmaceutical preparations, non -prescription.............................................
Analgesics, internal (except antiarthritics)............................. ....................
Aspirin/aspirin-salicylate c o m p o u n d s ............................................ .......
Non-aspirin (including e ffe rv e s e n t)..........................................................
A n ta c id s ............................................................................................................
Cough and cold preparations........................................................................
Cough syrups, elixirs, expectorants, drops, lozenges, gums, troches
Cold tablets, capsules (including antihistamine cold preparations) ....

2834

2833-P
2833-1
2833-131
2833-161
2833-3
2833-398
2833-SM
2833-S
2833-SSS
2834-S

2834-P
2834-1
2834-102
2834-1021
2834-1022
2834-10221
2834-105
2834-106
2834-107
2834-109
2834-111
2834-1111
2834-11111
2834-11112
2834-11119
2834-11129
2834-11139
2834-116
2834-118
2834-119
2834-121
2834-12119
2834-12129
2834-12191
2834-123
2834-125
2834-12511
2834-12519
2834-126
2834-12611
2834-12619
2834-127
2834-128
2834-135
2834-136
2834-139
2834-141
2834-142
2834-144
2834-1441
2834-14411
2834-14412
2834-1442
2834-145
2834-147
2834-148
2834-14829
2834-14839
2834-198
2834-2
2834-201
2834-20101
2834-20102
2834-202
2834-208
2834-20819
2834-20831

See footnotes at end of table.




63

12/89
06/81
06/81
06/81

107.3
111.6
106.7
100.7

(3)
111.5
105.1
98.4

(3)
110.1
103.497.2

06/81

102.2

102.2

12/84

2824-5
2824-6
2824-612
2824-61211
2824-SM
2824-S

June
19952

July
19952

177.2

06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/82
06/90

July 1994

June 1995

(3)
-3.3
-7.0
-13.1

(3)
-1.3
-1.6
-1.2

104.9

9.5

2.6

178.4

178.6

2.0

.1

129.1
127.0
126.5
74.6
103.1
125.7
121.9

129.2
127.2
126.7
74.6
103.3
125.8
122.3

129.2
127.2
126.7
74.6
103.3
125.8
122.2

2.5
2.3
2.4
-.1
-.4
.6
1.4

.0
0
0
0
0
0
-.1

06/82
06/82
12/93

136.5
128.9
101.1

136.5
128.9
101.1

136.5
128.9
101.1

4.6
.9
0

0
0
0

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

247.7
259.0
286.1
388.4
333.6
408.3
374.8
181.2
152.4
380.8
413.6
214.2
191.8
263.8
85.7
107.6
201.7
352.1
366.5
397.3
460.4
304.6
306.9
252.5
308.1
583.6
346.6
151.3
156.6
370.9
187.7
306.3
215.7
210.6
232.5
77.7
292.6
323.3
353.1
477.0
185.5
148.1
219.7
191.3
702.6
346.3
204.0
213.0
146.1
268.1
198.9
261.1
289.4
191.8
195.3
227.0
188.8
251.8

249.6
261.0
288.9
391.2
336.9
410.6
382.2
171.3
147.9
381.3
419.1
215.6
194.5
263.5
85.7
108.6
202.2

249.7
261.2
289.2
391.0
336.9
410.2
381.1
172.7
151.3
381.0
418.9
216.6
193.9
263.5
85.7
108.0
202.6

2.0
2.4
2.8
1.9
3.0
1.2
1.8
-2.8
-2.6
3.7
3.2
3.3
3.1
2.5
2.0
3.3

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

(3)
367.6
397.3
462.8
307.6
307.9
260.3
312.4
583.6
359.8
167.6
170.2
377.7

(3)
367.2
397.3
462.5
308.4
308.4
255.9
314.9
583.6
354.4
156.3
163.8
376.5
194.8
317.4
219.8
285.8
233.7
79.0
294.4
325.2
359.7
478.1
187.1
150.9
219.7
191.1
720.5
362.8
207.0
215.5
148.8
270.5
199.5
261.0
290.1
190.9
195.3
227.6
190.0
251.8

(3)
317.4
219.8
285.8
232.9
79.0
298.4
325.2
360.1
478.1
187.1
150.9
219.7
191.1
721.1
362.8
206.7
(3)
147.8
270.2
199.4
261.0
290.1
(3)
195.3
227.0
188.8
251.8

(3)
(3)
3.3
4.2
3.2
2.8
2.7
1.7
3.1
7.2
7.2
8.3
8.5
7.4
8.5
13.7
4.7
-.9
3.3
(3)
1.3
5.4
6.8
3.1
3.8
4.5
3.1
2.7
6.9
5.5
6.5
10.6
7.2
-.9
1.4
.9
1.2
.5
1.9
1.3
3.3
1.7

(3)
-.1
0
-.1
.3
.2
-1.7
.8
0
-1.5
-6.7
-3.8
-.3
(3)
0
0
0
.3
0
-1.3
0
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
-.1
0
.1
(3)
.7
.1
.1
0
0
(3)
0
.3
.6
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Pharmaceutical preparations—Continued
D e congestants...............................................................................................
Other cough and cold preparations, inc decongestant and
antihistamine m ix tu re s .......... ...............................................................
D erm atologicals................................. .................. ............................................
Other d erm ato logicals............................................... ................. ................
External analgesics and counterirritants......................................................
Laxa tive s............................................................................................................
Nutrients and supplem ents.............................................................................
Ophthalmic preparations............................... .................................................
V ita m ins................................... ..........................................................................
Adult m ultivitam in s............................................................... .......................
B-complex ......................................................................................................
Other vitam ins...............................................................................................
Miscellaneous non-prescription pharmaceutical preparations.................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...........................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........ .................. ............................................................
R e s a le s ................................................... ...........................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........... .................................................. .............................
Cosmetics and to ile trie s ..................................................................................

275.5

275.7

275.6

1.2

0

2834-20851
2834-209
2834-20909
2834-211
2834-216
2834-217
2834-218
2834-221
2834-22101
2834-22102
2834-22109
2834-298
2834-SM
2834-M
2834-Z89
2834-S
2844-S

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

215.8
186.5
226.7
126.0
178.7
125.1
160.5
152.6
142.5
149.4
174.2
203.1

215.8
186.4
226.7
126.0
178.7
125.1
162.4
153.2
143.2
151.4
174.4
203.6

217.3
186.4
226.7
126.0
178.7

-1.2
.4
.5
1.3
5.8

.7
0
0
0
0

(3)
162.4
151.8
143.1
150.1
170.6
204.3

(3)
4.4
1.7
.6
-1.9
4.4
.8

0
-.9
-.1
-.9
-2.2
.3

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

213.6
213.6
180.2
112.5

213.6
213.6
183.0
112.5

213.2
213.2
183.0
112.5

3.8
3.8
-3.9
-6.0

-.2
-.2
.0
0

03/80
06/87
06/91
12/93
06/87
06/87
06/91
06/87
06/87
06/91
06/91
06/91

164.7
115.8
102.9
103.9
115.4
104.9
110.5
144.1
117.9
101.0
88.4

165.5
116.5
103.7
104.3
115.8
104.9
111.4
144.6
122.3
103.5
87.8
100.1

1.2
1.7
2.3
1.7
1.8
-.3
1.3
3.3
5.9
2.7
2.1

(3)

165.2
116.2
103.4
104.3
115.9
104.9
110.5
144.9
120.3
103.0
87.3
100.1

(3)

.2
.3
.3
0
-.1
0
.8
-.2
1.7
.5
.6
0

12/80
06/91
03/80

203.5
116.5
178.7

203.5
116.5
178.7

203.5
116.5
178.7

-1.1
-1.1
0

0
0
0

2836-P
2836-1

06/91
06/91
03/80

108.7
106.6
121.8

109.2
107.5
120.8

110.7
109.2
123.6

1.1
.3
-5.4

1.4
1.6
2.3

2836-121
2836-3
2836-321
2836-4
2836-411
2836-431

03/80
06/87
03/80
03/80
06/91
03/87

112.0
143.2
304.7
95.6
114.6
139.2

110.8
144.6
307.7
95.8
114.9
139.2

113.3
144.6
307.7
97.3
117.8
139.2

-6.1
1.0
1.0
3.8
4.9
2.3

2.3
0
0
1.6
2.5
0

2836-499
2836-SM
2836-S
2834-S
2836-SSS

06/87

146.7

(3)

146.7

1.7

06/91
06/91
03/92

123.0
125.4
106.0

122.7
125.0
106.0

123.0
125.4
106.0

4.2
4.8
.4

.2
.3
0

284

12/84

124.9

125.2

125.6

2.6

.3

2841
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

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

121.4
118.7
137.8
121.0
117.4
117.4
142.6
112.7
145.6
109.5
145.3
132.9
110.7

121.1
117.9
138.8
119.7
118.1
118.1
143.4
112.7
145.6
110.4
147.1
133.6
110.7

122.0
119.1
140.1
119.7
118.1
118.1
144.3
114.2
148.0
110.7
147.8
133.6
112.7

2.0
1.7
4.6
.8
.6
.6
4.0
4.0
4.5
4.0
5.0
2.4
4.7

.7
1.0
.9
0
0
0
.6
1.3
1.6
.3
.5
0
1.8

2841-112
2841-114
2841-119
2841-1D
2841-1 DA
2841-123
2841-125
2841-126

06/83
07/89
04/85
06/83
06/89
06/83
06/83
06/83

133.4
109.2
131.4
142.0
111.5
156.0
128.9
142.4

(3)
109.2
131.4
144.2
114.1
156.0
130.8
143.3

138.0
109.2
131.4
145.7
116.6
156.0
131.7
143.3

8.0
.5
3.5
5.7
6.5
1.2
4.3
7.0

Biological products, except d iagnostics......................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Blood and blood derivatives, for human u s e ..................................................
Other blood and blood derivatives, except those used for passive
im m unization................................................... ...........................................
Other biologies for human u s e ..........................................................................
Allergenic extracts for human use, excluding diagnostic a lle rg e n s.......
Biologies for veterinary, industrial and other u s e s ........................................
Veterinary v a c c in e s .........................................................................................
Biologies for industrial and other uses ........................... ............................
Other biologies: incl. antitoxins, immune serums, blood, and
allergens, except diagnostics..................................... ...........................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Pharmaceutical preparations............................................................... ..........
Secondary products except pharmaceutical preparations .......................

2836

2835-P
2835-1
2835-1A
2835-111
2835-115
2835-121
2835-125
2835-135
2835-141
2835-199
2835-2
2835-SM
2835-M
2835-Z89
2835-S

See footnotes at end of table.




June 1995

06/81

2835

Soap and other detergents ............................................................................ ...............
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Soap and detergents, nonhousehold ..............................................................
Acid-type c le a n e rs ...........................................................................................
Metal c le a n e rs ............................... ...............................................................
Liquid metal cleaners .............. .................................................................
Synthetic organic detergents, nonhousehold..............................................
Dry (powders) ................................................................................................
Dry (powders), anionic b a s e ...................................................................
L iquid...............................................................................................................
Liquid, anionic b a s e ................................ ..................... ...........................
Liquid, nonionic or other b a s e ...............................................................
Soaps, except specialty cleaners, n on househo ld....... ..............................
Chips, flakes, granulated, powdered, and sprayed, incl. washing
p o w d e rs .......................... ........................................................................
L iquid...................... .........................................................................................
Other nonhousehold soap, including mechanics’ hand soap ..............
Alkaline detergents, non househo ld..............................................................
Machine dishwashing c o m p o u n d s............................................................
D r y ................................................. ..............................................................
Other liquid alkaline detergents .... ...........................................................
Dry alkaline detergent hard surface cleaners ........ ........................... .

July 1994

2834-20849

In vivo and In vitro dia g n o stics....................................................................................
Primary P rodu cts...... ...............................................................................................
In vitro diagnostic subs ta n c e s ......... .................................................................
Clinical chemistry pro d u cts....... ..................................... ................................
R e a g e n ts ........ ...............................................................................................
Standards and c o n tro ls .................................................. ............................
Blood bank p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................
Hematology p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
Microbiology, serology, histology, virology, and cytology products........
Culture m e d ia ...................................................... .............................................
Other in vitro diagnostics, including coagulation pro d u cts.......................
In vivo diagnostic substances.................................. ........................ ................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ......................... ...................................................................

Soap, detergents, and cleaning preparations, perfumes, cosmetics and other
toilet p reparations....................................................................................................

June
19952

C C
D _
C C
O
cn

Industry and product1

64

(3)

(3)

(3)
0
0
1.0
2.2
0
.7
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Soap and other detergents—Continued
Household detergents ................................................ .............. ..........................
Synthetic organic detergents, h o u s e h o ld ....................................................
D r y .................................................................... ............... ..............................
Heavy duty, phosphate b a s e d ............... .................... ......................
Heavy duty, phosphate f r e e ..................................... .............................
Liquid ................................................. ..............................................................
Light d u ty ........................................................................................ ...........
Heavy-duty ............................ ....................................................................
Household soap, except specialty c le a n e rs ...................................................
Toilet soaps, excluding medicated soaps ........................ ..........................
Bars ...................... ..........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ..... ......................... ............................................................
All other secondary products ................................................ ........................
Polishes and sanitation g o o d s .......................... ............................................
S urfactants....................................... .................................................................

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
09/83
06/83
06/83
06/89
06/83
06/83
06/89

103.2
102.2
117.2
(3)
85.9
79.2
79.0
87.2
148.4
150.4
113.2

101.6
100.2
117.3
(3)
86.5
74.0
79.0
72.1
148.5
150.4
113.2 ■

103.0
102.0
117.3

1.0
1.3
-.7

1.4
1.8
0

(3)
86.4
78.6
79.0
85.4
148.5
150.4
113.2

(3)
-4.5
6.2
.1
18.4
-.1
0
0

(3)
-.1
6.2
0
18.4
0
0
0

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

129.7
134.1
149.5
105.2

131.6
135.8
153.8
105.2

131.5
135.5
153.8
105.2

4.6
3.0
7.1
2.6

-.1
-.2
0
0

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
2842-39411

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
06/89

128.4
129.6
130.4
127.2
162.1
126.1
127.9
138.2
102.9
129.3
139.1
120.2
100.1
122.6
122.8
122.8
104.3

129.3
130.3
131.0
127.9
162.1
126.6
127.9
138.7
103.2
129.9
140.9
120.6
100.1
123.1

129.7
130.9
131.0
127.9
162.1
127.1
128.0
138.8
103.3
129.9
144.0
120.9
100.2
123.4
122.8
122.8
104.3

2.7
2.6
1.7
1.8
0
2.6
1.5
4.4
3.3
6.4
4.3
.9
.2
1.1
0
0

.3
.5
0
0
0
.4
.1
.1
.1
0
2.2
.2
.1
.2

(3)

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

111.6
139.3
117.8
154.7
128.0
123.6
154.6
105.4

111.9
141.0
117.8
154.7
130.2
125.9
154.6
105.4

112.0
142.2

2.1
3.5

.1
.9

(3)
154.9
130.2

(3)
.2
3.7
(3)
7.2
2.1

(3)
.1
0

2842-498
2842-SM
2842-M
2842-Z89
2842-S
2841-S
2842-SSS
2879-S

06/83

165.1

165.1

167.0

3.9

1.2

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

96.1
96.1
138.2
142.9
126.7
146.1

97.0
97.0
139.5
143.2
128.4
149.0

97.0
97.0
139.7
143.7
128.7
148.6

-3.1
-3.1
4.3
1.6
8.8
3.5

0
0
.1
.3
.2
-.3

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

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

140.7
144.0
128.3
129.6
132.4
117.4
127.2
120.5
147.6
142.7
160.9
133.9
173.3
129.7
158.1
111.7
152.3
128.8

140.8
144.2
129.3
131.2
133.9
119.3
127.8
121.3
147.6
142.9
161.1
134.2
173.3
129.7
158.1
111.1
152.4
128.6

141.6
145.1
129.5
131.5
134.6
118.3
127.7
121.2
148.7
144.1
163.4
134.2
174.4
132.5
158.3
113.0
152.7
128.6

5.5
4.0
1.4
2.5
2.4
2.7
.3
.2
4.3
6.4
8.6
4.6
5.6
3.8
3.0
7.9
7.7
13.8

.6
.6
.2
.2
.5
-.8
-.1
-.1
.7
.8
1.4
0
.6
2.2
.1
1.7
.2
0

2844-P
2844-1
2844-2
2844-2A
2844-211
2844-223

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80

167.9
167.3
144.9
182.0
162.4
154.0
176.5

168.4
167.9
144.9
186.6
169.6
164.6
176.5

168.4
167.9
144.9
185.7
169.9
165.0
176.5

2.3
2.6
-5.7
15.1
4.8
7.4
.1

0
0
0
-.5
.2
.2
0

2841-2
2841-2A
2841-2AA
2841-224
2841-226
2841-2AB
2841-231
2841-235
2841-3
2841-311
2841-313
2841-SM
2841-S
2841-SSS
2842-S
2843-S

Specialty cleaning, polishing and sanitation preparations......................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........... .................... ....................................... .............................
Household b le a c h e s ...........................................................................................
Liquid, less than 7% chlorine or equivalent oxidizing a g e n t....................
Dry, less than 50% chlorine or equivalent oxidizing a g e n t......................
Specialty cleaning and sanitation p ro d u c ts ...................................................
Glass window cleaning preparations............................ ......................... ......
Toilet bowl cleaners and drain pipe s o lv e n ts .............................................
Toilet bowl cle aners....................................... .................... ........................
Drain pipe s o lv e n ts ......................................................................................
Disinfectants for uses other than agricultural ............... ..............................
Deodorants, nonpersonal ........ ........................ ..........................................
Aerosol ty p e ........................................................................................ ..........
Other deodorants, nonpersonal ................................................................
Household laundry aids ................................................. .................................
Fabric softeners and rin s e s ........................................................................
L iq u id ............................................................ .............................................
Other spec, deterg. incl. sweeping cmpds., waterless hand clnrs.,
ironing aids, and wall clnrs ......................................................................
Polishing preparations and related p ro d u c ts ..................................................
Automobile body polishes and cleaners ......................................................
Furniture polishes and cleaners .....................................................................
Floor p o lis h ................................................................................ ......................
Water em ulsion.............................................................................................
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 re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts .......................................................................................
Resales ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts..... ......................................................................................
Soap and other detergents ............................................................................
All other secondary p ro d u c ts ............................. ...........................................
Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.................................................... .......................

2842

Surface-active a g e n ts .....................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Textile and leather assistants and finishes
A ssista nts..............................................
T e x tile ............................................ ....
Lea ther......................................... .....
F inishe s................................... ..............
Textile ................................................
Bulk surface-active agents (surfactants)
A n io n ic ....................................................
Sulfonic a c id s ....................................................... ........................................
Sulfuric acid esters .....................................................................................
Other anionic surfa c ta n ts ............................................................................
Cationic ............................................................... .............. ................................
N o n io n ic ........................................................... ........................ ........................
Carboxylic acid am id e s ................................................................................
Other nonionic s urfa ctants.........................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................

2843

Toilet preparations................................................................................. ........................
Primary p ro d u c ts ................................ .....................................................................
Shaving preparations ................................................ ........... ..............................
Perfume, toilet water, and c o lo g n e .... .............................................................
Perfume ..................... ............................................ ................... ........................
Perfume oil mixtures and b le n d s ...............................................................
Liquid and solid p e rfu m e ................................ ............................................

2844

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

65

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
154.6
105.4

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Toilet preparations— Continued
Cologne and toilet w a te r...............................................................................
C o lo g n e ........................................................................................................
Toilet w a te r ............................................................................ ....................
Hair preparations...............................................................................................
Hair tonics and r in s e s ........................................... .......................................
Hair tonics (including cond itioners)........................................................
Hair dressings and s p ra y s .................................................... ......................
Hair dressin g s.............................................................................................
Hair s p ra y s ..................................................................................................
Aerosol hair s p ra y s .................................................................................
Non-aerosol hair s p ra y s ........................................................................
S h am p oos.......................................................................................................
Synthetic organic d e te rg e n t.....................................................................
Liquid synthetic organic d e te rg e n t.....................................................
Cream and gel synthetic organic d e te rg e n t.....................................
Soap shampoos ............................................................................ ............
Permanents - both home and co m m e rcia l...............................................
Hair coloring p re p a ra tio n s..................................................... .....................
Dentifrices .................... ............................................................. ........................
T oo th p a ste ......................................................................................................
Mouthwashes, rinses and breath fresheners, excluding antiseptic
mouthwashes and g a rg le s ....................................................................
Other cosmetics and toilet preparations ......................................................
Creams and lotions ........ ................................... .............. ............................
C re a m s ................................................................................................. .......
Cleansing c re a m s ...................... ...................... .....................................
Foundation c re a m s................................................................................
Lubricating creams, including hormone c re a m s ..............................
Other c re a m s ..........................................................................................
Lotions and o ils ............................................... ..........................................
Suntan lotions and sunscreens, including o ils .................................
Cleansing lo tio n s ...................................................................................
Hand lo tio n s .............................. ............ ................................................
Other lotions & oils, including petroleum jellies but excluding
hair, aftershave & bath o ils ..........................................................
C o sm e tics.......................................................................................................
Lip preparations (lipstick, lip gloss, e tc .) ...............................................
Blushers (rouges), excluding lip ro u g e .................................. ...............
Eye preparations (mascara, eye shadows, eye liners, eye creams,
e tc .) .......................................................................................................
D e o d o ra n ts...................................... ..............................................................
Underarm deo dorants......................................................... .....................
Liquid, cream and roll-on d e o d o ra n ts................................................
Manicure preparations ............................................. .....................................
Nail lacquers and e n a m e ls .............................. .......................................
Powders ..................................................................... ....................................
Face p o w d e rs ............................................................................................
Bath oils and s a lts ........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ...........................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................

195.8
126.5
156.0
163.8
143.3
137.1
167.3
178.0
132.6
161.2
115.3
114.9
110.0
105.9
152.5
119.2
175.9
228.7
129.7
130.0

194.2
124.8
157.2
163.9
144.8
138.6
167.0
177.1
132.5
160.9
115.3
114.6
109.6
105.5

21.5
28.1
3.2
-.8
.8
.8
-1.2
-1.2
.-1 .2
-5.0

(3)
119.2
174.4
230.4
129.7
130.0

(3)
0
-7.2
1.9
-3.8
-4.6

(3)

(3)
2.1
1.0
1.8
.7
2.7
1.1
1.4
-.1
-1.9
.3
.1

(3)
.1
.2
.2
0
-.1
-.1
1.5
.2
0

July 1994

June 199E

-0.8
-1.3
.8
.1
1.0
1.1
-.2
-.5
-.1
-.2
0
-.3
-.4
-.4

03/80
12/86
12/86
03/80
03/80
03/80
0 3/80
03/80
12/80
03/80
02/89
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
11/89
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80

192.8
124.2
154.7
162.6
142.7
136.5
166.3
173.9
132.3
160.5
115.3
114.7
109.7
105.7

2844-474
2844-5
2844-51
2844-51A
2844-511
2844-512
2844-513
2844-514
2844-51B
2844-515
2844-516
2844-518

12/86
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80

86.8
174.6
173.7
190.8
229.7
175.9
197.4
157.9
158.0
168.4
118.3
170.8

86.8
173.6
173.7
190.8
229.7
175.9
197.4
157.9
157.8
168.4
(3)
171.7

(3)
173.8
174.0
191.1
229.7
175.7
197.2
160.3
158.1
168.4
117.3
171.2

2844-519
2844-52A
2844-521
2844-522

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80

125.0
183.4
151.4
160.7

125.8
181.1
145.8
161.7

125.7
180.5
145.4
161.7

1.0
.6
.6
2.2

-.1
-.3
-.3
0

2844-523
2844-52B
2844-52C
2844-528
2844-53
2844-531
2844-54
2844-543
2844-56
2844-SM
2844-S

03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
03/80
12/80

221.1
172.3
166.1
132.9
181.1
204.0
173.4
181.5
142.5

222.0
170.0
163.9
130.5
165.5
181.1
183.4
181.5
149.8

221.1
174.6
168.3
135.5
165.5
181.1
178.5
181.5
142.3

.3
-.1
-.1
-.1
15.1
18.2
12.6
0
-1.7

-.4
2.7
2.7
3.8
0
0
-2.7
0
-5.0

03/80

271.1

272.1

271.7

.4

-.1

06/83

141.7

143.3

143.9

5.9

.4

2851-P
2851-1
2851-1A
2851-1AA
2851-112

06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
06/83
12/88

141.7
139.9
147.1
138.5
145.8
120.1

143.3
141.5
150.4
139.2
147.5
122.5

143.9
142.1
151.4
140.1
149.1
123.5

5.9
5.8
7.6
5.7
6.3
6.9

.4
.4
.7
.6
1.1
.8

2851-115
2851-125
2851-137
2851-1 AB
2851-141
2851-1B
2851-1 BA
2851-169
2851-175
2851-18
2851-181
2851-183
2851-188

12/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
12/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
12/88
06/83
06/83
06/83
12/88

130.6
126.8
146.8
132.3
121.6
155.1
155.3
160.7
123.5
155.0
157.8
148.5
133.1

(3)
126.8
149.4
132.3
121.6
160.5
166.5
164.5
123.5
157.7
161.0
151.1
133.1

134.0
129.8
149.4
132.6
121.8
161.7
168.7
165.7
126.6
158.4
162.0
151.7
133.1

(3)
(3)
5.3
5.2
4.8
9.2
13.9
9.2
11.5
7.0
7.3
6.5
7.8

(3)
2.4
0
.2
.2
.7
1.3
.7
2.5
.4
.6
.4
0

2851-2
2851-2A
2851-222

06/83
06/83
06/83

124.0
128.4
125.5

124.3
128.3
125.3

125.0
128.3
125.3

3.0
1.7
1.0

.6
0
0

2851-225

12/88

132.8

133.1

133.1

6.6

0

See footnotes at end of table.




July
19952

2844-232
2844-23201
2844-23202
2844-3
2844-3A
2844-321
2844-3B
2844-341
2844-36A
2844-363
2844-364
2844-31
2844-31A
2844-316
2844-318
2844-313
2844-337
2844-351
2844-4
2844-421

Paints and allied products .
Paints and Allied P rodu cts............................................................ ...............................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................................ ................ ...........................
Architectural coatings, including architectural la c q u e rs ..............................
E x te rio r..............................................................................................................
S o lvent-type..................................................... ................ ............................
Paints and tinting bases, including barn and roof p a in ts .................
Enamels and tinting bases, including interior-exterior floor
e n a m e ls .............................................. ................... ...........................
Undercoaters and p rim e rs ............................. ........................................
Stains, including shingle and s h a k e .....................................................
W ater-type.....................................................................................................
Paints and tinting bases, including barn and roof p a in ts .................
In te rio r...............................................................................................................
S o lvent-type.................................................................................................
Semigloss, eggshell and satin paints and tinting b a s e s ..................
Clear fin ish e s............................................................................................
W ater-type...................................................... ..............................................
Flat paints and tinting b a s e s .................................................................
Semigloss, eggshell and satin paints and tinting b a s e s ..................
Other interior water thinned c o a tin g s ..................................................
Product finishes for original equipment manufacturers (OEM), excluding
marine coat' i g s ............................... ...........................................................
Transportation finishes, except powdered and high-solids c o a tin g s ....
Automobile fin is h e s .....................................................................................
O ther transportation equipment finishes, including aircraft and
railroad ....................................................................................................

June
19952

66

(3)
119.2
176.8
222.8
129.7
130.0

(3)
-.8
-1.0
-1.0

0
-.9
.7
0
0

(3)
-.3

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Industry
code

Product
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Paints and Allied Products—Continued
Wood fin ish e s....................................................................................................
Wood furniture, cabinet, and fixture fin is h e s ..........................................
Wood and composition board flat stock fin is h e s.......... ........................
Appliance, heating and air conditioner fin is h e s ..........................................
Sheet, strip and coil coatings, including sidings, excluding
co n ta in e rs....................................................................... ..........................
Container and closure fin is h e s ........ .............................................................
Machinery and equipment finishes, including road building and farm
implement ...................................................................................................
Metal furniture and fixture finishes .................................. ............................
High-solids finishes (over 62.5 percent s o lid s )...........................................
Other product finishes, except semi-manufactured (e.g. pigment
dispersions, and ink v e h ic le s )............................................................ ....
Special purpose coatings, including all marine coatings .............................
Industrial maintainance paints (specially formulated) ...............................
In te rio r.............................................................................................................
E x te rio r..........................................................................................................
Automotive and machinery refinish c o a tin g s .............................................
Paints and enamels, except laquers ........................................................
Primers and undercoaters................................................................ ..........
Lacq uers.......................................................... ..............................................
Marine paints and enamels (shelf goods and specially formulated,
excluding spar va rn ish )................................. ............ .............................
Aerosol p a in ts .................................... ..............................................................
Other special purpose c o a tin g s ....................................................................
Miscellaneous allied paint pro d u c ts .................................................................
Thinners for dopes & lacquers & oleoresinous thinners, inc. mixtures
& proprietary thin n e rs..............................................................................
Misc. related products, inc. brush cleaners, nonpressure wood
preservatives, putty, etc...........................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ................................................................. .....................
R e s a le s ............................................... ..............................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................

June 1995

121.1
125.9
110.9
100.8

121.8
126.7
111.6
102.3

121.8
126.7
111.6
104.3

2.3
2.6
1.3
3.5

0
0
0
2.0

06/83
06/83

123.3
110.3

123.3
110.0

123.3
113.5

5.8
4.3

0
3.2

2851-247
2851-249
2851-254

06/83
06/83
06/83

159.9
115.3
149.9

164.1
105.8
153.9

163.3
105.8
153.9

7.7
-6.8
4.3

-.5
0
0

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

111.1
148.2
145.4
153.6
140.9
166.0
173.5
171.8
147.0

111.7
148.8
146.2
156.0
140.9
166.0
173.5
171.8
147.0

111.7
148.7
146.0
155.5
141.0
166.0
173.5
171.8
147.0

1.4
5.5
6.3
3.2
8.4
4.6
5.2
2.3
5.9

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

2851-315
2851-33
2851-398
2851-5

12/88
07/83
12/88
12/88

133.3
121.0
118.5
128.5

(3)
121.0
122.2
129.4

(3)
121.0
121.6
129.4

(3)
1.3
8.6
6.9

(3)

2851-531

06/83

161.9

165.8

165.8

13.7

2851-598
2851-SM
2851-M
2851-Z89
2851-S
2851SSSSS
2891-S

12/88

118.4

118.4

118.4

2.3

0

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

157.8
158.7
152.8
125.8

160.2
161.1
152.8

160.2
161.1
152.8

8.2
8.3
1.3

0
0
0

(3)

(3)

12/88

119.7

119.7

119.7

2.7

0

12/84

151.8

159.2

160.5

30.0

.8

2861-P
2861-2
2861-25
2861-255
2861-29

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

140.5
132.2
129.8
129.6
129.6
109.7

143.2
133.8
131.8
129.6
129.6
112.5

140.4
130.3
133.9
129.6
129.6
115.6

4.1
3.9
4.6
0
0
7.9

-2.0
-2.6
1.6
0
0
2.8

2861-298

Gum and wood ch e m ica ls ..................................................................... ......................
Primary p ro d u c ts ........................................ .............................................................
Other gum and wood c h e m ic a ls ......................................................................
Hardwood distillation p ro d u cts......................................................................
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 .........................................................................................

06/83
06/83
12/88
06/83

06/84

112.3

116.2

118.0

11.3

1.5

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
03/83
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
05/83

124.4
128.1
126.3
132.6
(3)
121.1
(3)
140.5
150.1
174.4
144.4
(3)

128.2
131.8
131.0
136.6

10.0
11.1
15.7
12.2
(3)
8.8
(3)
(3)
8.6
(3)
(3)
(3)

.7
1.5
2.5
3.0
(3)
4.4

(3)

129.1
133.8
134.3
140.7
160.7
128.7
139.2
(3)
150.8
(3)
(3)
95.9

05/83

(3)

(3)

95.9

(3)

(3)

12/82
12/82
12/82
05/83
12/82

140.3
140.3
117.7

147.9
147.9
121.7

(3)
(3)
9.4

(3)
(3)
-1.4

(3)
118.6

(3)
135.8

(3)
(3)
120.0
119.6
131.5

(3)
13.6

(3)
-3.2

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

156.1
136.9
101.1
108.3
101.6
125.4
128.5
81.7

163.2
135.3
104.0
108.6
102.1
125.4
132.2
85.6

164.7
134.7
106.5

34.4
8.5
9.1

.9
-.4
2.4

(3)
(3)
(3)
135.9
88.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
6.1
18.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.8
3.9

286
2861

2865
2865-P
2865-1
2865-199
2865-19915
2865-19999
2865-2
2865-299
2865-3
2865-31111
2865-31199
2865-5
2865-511
2865-51199
2865-SM
2865-M
2865-Z89
2865-S
2865-SSS
2869-S
2869
2869-P
2869-3
2869-311
2869-31111
2869-31112
2869-331
2869-351

See footnotes at end of table.




July 1994

2851-241
2851-243

Industrial organic c h e m ica ls.................................................................... ....................

Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts.....................................................................................................
Synthetic organic chemicals, n.e.c....................................................................
Flavor and perfume m a te ria ls ........................................................................
Chemical compounds, unmixed ................................................................
Chemical compounds, m ix e d .....................................................................
Rubber processing ch e m ic a ls .......................................................................
Plasticizers............................................................ ............................................

July
19952

2851-2B
2851-237
2851-239
2851-235

Adhesives and sealants ..................................................................................

Cyclic (coal tar) crudes and intermediates, organic dyes and
pigm e nts....................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .......................................................... ...........................................
Cyclic in term edia tes............................................................................................
Other cyclic in term ediates..............................................................................
P h e n o l..................................................................................... .......................
Miscellaneous other cyclic intermediates ....................... .....................
Synthetic organic d y e s ......................... ..............................................................
Synthetic organic d y e s ...................................... .............................................
Synthetic organic pigments (lakes and to n e rs ).............................................
Phthalocyanine blue (Blue 15) ..................................................................
Other synthetic organic p ig m e n ts ...................................... ......................
Cyclic (coal tar) c ru d e s .............................................................. ........................
Tars, tar crudes, and tar pitches ...................................................................
Other cyclic (coal tar) c ru d e s ....................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s .... .........................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ................................ .............................................
Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. ...............................................................

June
19952

67

<
3)
123.3
(3)
140.5
150.8
174.4
145.3

(3)

0
-.5
0
0

(3)

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

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c.— Continued
Other plasticizers...........................................................................................
Ethyl alcohol and other industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c..........................
Ethyl a lc o h o l................................ ............................................... .....................
Denatured (special or complete) ethyl a lc o h o l......... .............................
Other industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c......................................................
E thylene................................................... ......................................................
Propylene, ch e m ic a l.................... .................................................................
Miscellaneous other industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c........................
Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products, excluding
u r e a ................................................... ..............................................................
Other miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products,
excluding urea ............................................................................................
Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals and chemical p ro d u c ts ........
Acetic a c id .........................................................................................................
Fluorinated hydrocarbons...............................................................................
Form aldehyde.................................... ................................................................
Propylene g ly c o l................................................................................................
Alcohols, synthetic, monohydric ..................... ............................................
Other miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals and chemical
p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ........................... .......... ......................................................
Plastic materials and re s in s .................................................. .........................
Cyclic crudes and intermediates, organic dyes and p ig m e n ts ................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................

July
19952

July 1994

88.2
145.2

18.9
19.0

3.8
1.0

(3)
(3)
154.2

(3)
(3)
27.2

(3)
(3)
1.0

(3)
(3)
144.8

(3)
f)
14.5

(3)
(3)
1.8

June 1995

2869-35199
2869-5
2869-512
2869-51212
2869-599
2869-59912
2869-59913
2869-59999

126.6

125.2

126.8

4.5

1.3

12/82
12/82
06/87
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

140.2
140.4
248.9

138.6
138.1

140.6
135.2

2.9
7.6

1.4
-2.1

(3)
237.0
108.8
178.2

(3)
(3)
142.7
110.1
115.5

(3)
324.6
(3)
(3)
(3)

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

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

12/82

111.8

117.1

116.7

13.3

-.3

12/82
06/95
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82

(3)
(3)
160.5
156.6
141.2
171.8

(3)
100.0
168.4
143.0
139.7
198.5

693.0
103.2
175.8

(3)
(3)
55.3

(3)
3.2
4.4

(3)
(3)
198.0

(3)
(3)
73.1

(3)
(3)
-.3

12/84

130.6

130.3

128.6

7.1

-1.3

2873

2874

2875

Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c...........................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................... .................... .......................
Insecticidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or health
service u s e ........................................................ .................. .........................
Containing organic c o m p o u n d s ......................... ...........................................
Carbamate preparations...................................... .....................................
Organo-phosphate preparations.................................................................
Other organic preparations.... ....................................................................

12/82

287

Fertilizers, mixing o n ly ....................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Mixed fertilizers (made by plants which do not manufacture phosphatic
fertilizer m ate rials)........................................................................................
Solid, b u lk ......................... .................................................................................
Solid, bag ged..................................... ............... ...............................................
F lu id .....................................................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................ ..............................................................
R e s a le s ............................................................................ ..................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .................................................. .........................................

85.0
143.7
125.7
127.3
152.6
167.8
150.6
142.3

2869-799
2869-SM
2869-M
2869-XY9
2869-S
2821-S
2865-S
2869-SSS

Phosphatic fertilizers.......................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Phosphoric a c id ....................................................................................................
Phosphoric acid from other sources (phosphate rock, e tc .)....................
Superphosphoric.................................... .......................................................
Superphosphate and other phosphatic fertilizer m a te ria ls ..........................
Superphosphate..................................................... ..........................................
Ammonium phosphates and other phosphatic fertilizer m a te ria ls .........
Ammonium pho sphates..................................... .........................................

81.0
142.3
126.2
127.7
150.1
166.0
142.4
137.9

2869-699
2869-7
2869-721
2869-737
2869-738
2869-747
2869-754

Nitrogenous fe rtilize rs.....................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ...................................................... ...............................................
Synthetic ammonia, nitric acid and ammonium com p o u n d s.......................
Nitrate (100% N H 4 N 0 3 ).................................................. ...............................
Nitrate for fertilizer u s e ................................................................................
Solid nitrate ................................................................................................
Explosive nitrate and other uses ..............................................................
Nitrogen solutions and other ammonium com p o u n d s..............................
Nitrogen solutions, including mixtures containing urea (1 0 0 % N ).......
Nitric a c id ...........................................................................................................
Anhydrous and aqua am m o n ia ......................................................................
Anhydrous a m m o n ia ....................................................................................
U re a ...................................................... ..................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................... ..............................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts...... .................................................................. ...................

12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
12/82
07/87
12/82

2869-6

Agricultural chem ica ls..................................... ................ ..............................................

2879

2873-P
2873-1
2873-1A
2873-15A
2873-152
2873-153
2873-1B
2873-155
2873-111
2873-13
2873-131
2873-2
2873-SM
2873-M
2873-Z89
2873-S

12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/80
12/79
06/81
12/79
12/79
12/93
12/79
12/79
12/79

165.3
160.1
171.5
151.8
136.7
146.2
126.9
142.2
156.4
105.3
204.0
204.0
121.3

163.9
159.2
170.4
146.7
129.6
137.7
126.8
146.8
160.2
108.6
200.6
200.6
120.8

155.4
150.6
159.1
146.4
129.6
137.7
126.1
139.0
154.5
104.7
180.8
180.8
119.8

13.5
13.5
12.7
6.2
10.5
6.7
-.2
18.2
18.7
2.8
12.9
12.9
18.6

-5.2
-5.4
-6.6
-.2
0
0
-.6
-5.3
-3.6
-3.6
-9.9
-9.9
-.8

06/86
06/86
12/79

(3)
(3)
159.2

(3)
(3)
153.3

150.6
150.6
153.2

(3)
(3)
-.5

(3)
(3)
-.1

2874-P
2874-1
2874-185
2874-18522
2874-2
2874-2A
2874-2B
2874-251

12/79
12/79
12/79
06/86
06/86
12/79
12/79
12/79
12/79

138.1
126.5
126.8
108.1
91.1
126.6
111.0
128.3
129.5

137.5
125.3
130.7
111.5
92.2
123.1
110.2
124.4
125.5

134.8
122.4
120.5
99.8
82.5
122.8
108.5
124.4
125.5

11-7
10.0
-1.3
-5.8
-9.2
15.7
(3)
16.2
16.1

-2.0
-2.3
-7.8
-10.5
-10.5
-.2
-1.5
0
0

2875-P

12/79
12/79

141.5
135.4

142.8
137.4

141.7
136.2

7.3
4.8

-.8
-.9

06/86
06/86
06/86
06/86

120.2
119.6
117.2
120.8

122.1
122.0
118.6
121.3

121.0
121.0
118.4
118.5

4.8
4.2
3.2
9.3

-.9
-.8
-.2
-2.3

12/79
12/79
12/79

159.5
159.2
142.6

158.2
157.9
155.8

157.7
157.4
150.0

16.0
16.0
-11.7

-.3
-.3
-3.7

2879-P

06/82
06/82

134.9
142.9

134.7
142.6

135.3
143.2

2.6
2.9

.4
.4

2879-5
2879-525
2879-52531
2879-52541
2879-52579

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

163.7
162.6
155.4
177.9
97.8

162.0
160.9
149.0
178.7
97.9

164.1
163.0
155.2
178.7
97.9

3.9
3.9
2.8
3.2
5.8

1.3
1.3
4.2
0
0

2875-4
2875-411
2875-421
2875-431
2875-SM
2875-M
2875-Z89
2875-S

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

68

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Industry and product1

Product
code

Industry
code

Index
base
Mar.
19952

Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.—Continued
Herbicidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or health
services u s e ...... ................... ........................................................................
Containing organic compounds ...................................... .............................
Phenoxy compound preparations..............................................................
Triazine prep a ra tio n s...................................................................................
Other organic preparations ......................... ...............................................
Fungicidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or health
service u s e ................................. ............... ...................................................
Containing organic compounds ....................................................................
Other pesticidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden or
health service use ........................................................................................
All other pesticidal preparations primarily for agricultural, garden
or health service u s e ................................................................................
Household pesticidal preparations....................................................................
Insecticides for crawling insects, excluding fu m ig a n ts .............................
N o naerosols.............. .................................................................................. .
Insecticides for flying insects, except fu m ig a n ts .......................................
A e ro so ls..........................................................................................................
Repellants & attractants for insects, birds, fish, and other an im a ls......
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Miscellaneous chemical p ro d u c ts ................................................................................

July
19952

July 1994

June 1995

2879-6
2879-625
2879-62541
2879-62565
2879-62579

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

132.4
133.5
145.8
147.1
110.6

132.1
133.2
145.8
147.3
110.0

132.3
133.5
145.8
147.6
110.3

1.7
1.8
4.8
-.3
1.7

0.2
.2
0
.2
.3

2879-7
2879-725

06/82
06/82

130.4
140.6

131.4
141.9

131.6
142.1

6.8
7.7

.2
.1

2879-8

06/82

142.2

143.6

143.1

4.0

-.3

2879-898
2879-9
2879-91
2879-915
2879-92
2879-921
2879-997
2879-SM
2879-S

06/82
06/82
06/82
12/93
12/93
12/93
08/92

131.9
131.9
134.3
105.3
102.5
102.6
111.9

133.4
132.0
134.3
105.3
102.5
102.6
112.2

133.3
132.0
134.3
105.3
102.5
102.6
112.2

1.7
1.5
1.1
2.9
2.1
(3)
.8

-.1
0
0
0
0
0
.0

06/82

104.8

104.8

105.7

1.6

.9

12/84

137.2

137.9

137.8

5.4

-.1

146.3
143.5
129.8

7.6
7.5
3.4

-.5
-.4
-1.0

289

2891-P
2891-3

12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
12/83
01/84
12/83

149.5
149.9
139.1
151.7
121.6
135.0
121.6
156.6

148.8
149.9
144.9
159.2
125.5
137.6
122.1
157.1

147.8
149.9
145.1
159.5
125.5
139.4
122.1
154.2

8.8
2.1
12.5
13.4
9.8
10.4
3.5
6.9

-.7
0
.1
.2
0
1.3
0
-1.8

2891-471
2891-478

06/90
12/83

(3)
151.4

(3)
155.7

(3)
153.1

(3)
8.3

(3)
-1.7

2891-489
2891-5
2891-56

06/90
12/83
12/83

114.3
132.8
132.1

114.4
134.8
134.0

110.5
135.6
134.8

7.4
4.8
5.1

-3.4
.6
.6

2891-566

12/83

118.9

120.3

121.9

3.5

1.3

2891-567
2891-SM
2891-S
2851-S
2891-SSS
2899-S

12/83

143.3

145.8

145.8

6.4

0

12/83
01/84
12/83
02/84

153.9
131.3
168.7
135.3

146.3
133.6
154.1
138.0

144.3

5.6

-1.4

(3)
150.6
138.0

(3)
6.5
2.0

(3)
-2.3
0

2892-P

12/80
12/80

218.0
184.8

217.8
185.0

218.3
185.2

-2.8
1.5

.2
.1

2892-1
2892-11
2892-127
2892-133
2892-15

12/80
12/80
06/88

186.0
187.3
117.3

186.2
187.3
117.3

186.4
187.3
117.3

1.6
1.0
3.1

.1
0
0

12/80

163.8

163.8

163.8

2.8

0

2892-155

06/88

101.7

101.7

101.7

1.2

0

2892-171
2892-SM
2892-M
2892-XY9

06/88

103.0

103.0

103.0

1.5

0

12/80
06/88

393.5
167.0

392.4
166.4

394.1
167.3

-6.8
-8.2

.4
.5

2892-Y66
2892-Z89

06/88
12/80

167.0
322.0

166.4
322.0

167.3
322.0

-8.2
5.8

.5
0

2893-P
2893-1
2893-115
2893-2
2893-232
2893-23233

06/84
06/84
06/84
08/84
06/84
06/84
12/89

135.3
135.0
148.8
124.9
134.4
115.6
112.1

135.5
135.1
149.2
126.5
134.5
115.7
112.1

135.6
135.2
149.2
126.5
134.5
115.7
1Í2.1

6.0
6.0
7.6
4.5
6.1
4.1
4.9

.1
.1
0
0
0
0
0

2892

Printing in k ......... ............................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ............................. ........................................................................
Letterpress ink (black and c o lo r) .....
..........................................................
Packaging ink ................ ............. .......................... ...........................................
Lithographic and offset ink (black and c o lo r).................................................
Publication in k .................................. ................................................................
Web t y p e .............................................................. ....................... .................

147.3
143.7
125.4

2891

E xp losives........................................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
Explosives, propellants, and blasting accessories (not manufactured in
G O C O s)..........................................................................................................
Industrial e xp lo s iv e s ........................................................................................
Other industrial e xplosive s..........................................................................
P rope lla nts........ ...................................................... .........................................
Blasting accessories........................................................................................
Other blasting accessories (squibs, ignitors, fuse, nonelectric
blasting caps, n .e .c.)..... ........................................ ...............................
Other explosives (military detonators, jet starters, fuse and
explosive assemblies, e tc .)......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts ..................... .............................................. ...................
Contract work and other miscellaneous re c e ip ts ......................................
Contract work performed by government owned company operated
establishments (GOCOs) ....................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................

12/83
12/83
12/83

147.0
144.1
131.1

2891-4
2891-411
2891-44
2891-441
2891-447
2891-453
2891-455
2891-465

Adhesives and sealants .............................. ............ ............:......................... ..............
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Natural base glues and adhesives............................ .......................................
Synthetic resin and rubber adhesives, including cellulose,
nitrocellulose, e t c ........................................................................................
Epoxy a d h esives..............................................................................................
Vinyl type adhesives........................................................................................
Polyvinyl acetate, latex type ........................................... ...........................
Other vinyl polymer type adhesives..........................................................
Acrylic adh e sive s..... .......................................................................................
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 com bin ations...................................................
Other synthetic resin and rubber adhesives, including cellulose,
nitrocellose, etc..... ....................................................................................
Caulking compounds and s e a la n ts ..................................................................
Synthetic b a s e ...................................... ............................................................
General performance sealants (PVAC, butyl, vinyl, acrylic,
neoprene, e t c .) ......................................................................................
Special performance sealants (epoxy, urethane, polysulfide,
silicone, e tc .) ..........................................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..... .............. .........................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
Paints, varnishes, lacquers, enamels, and allied p ro d u c ts ......................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................
Chemicals and chemical preparations, n.e.c...... .................... ....................

2893

See footnotes at end of table.




June
19952

69

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Unadjusted
percent change
to July 1995 from —

Index
Product
code

Industry
code

Industry and product1

Index
base
Mar.
19952

June
19952

July
19952

110.1
154.1
111.4
116.9
135.5
161.9
124.2
125.6
113.0
110.8
110.5
114.9
141.5
156.5

July 1994

June 1991

Printing ink— Continued
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

109.9
154.1
111.4
116.9
135.5
161.9
123.9
125.6

12/83
12/83
12/83

115.2
115.2
115.2

2899-P
2899-1
2899-121

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

2899-5
2899-529
2899-53
2899-532

’■ Screen process in k ...........................................................................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts ........................................................................................

109.4
154.1
111.1
116.9
135.5
161.8
123.5
125.5
113.0
110.6
106.0
106.7
141.2
155.8
155.2
155.2

2895-P
2895-111

Other lithographic and offset in k ...................................................................
Gravure in k ............................................................................................................

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

(3)
110.8
108.1
110.4
141.6
(3)
(3)
(3)

1.0
3.8
3.8
3.7
6.3
6.5
5.8
6.1
6.0
6.0
3.8
6.7
3.5
2.8

0.2
0
0
0
0
0
.2
0
(3)
0
2.2
4.1
-.1
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

117.2
117.2
117.2

117.2
117.2
117.2

12.9
12.9
12.9

0
.0
0

128.1
127.6
116.6
116.6

129.5
129.4
115.6
115.3

129.6
130.0
116.1
115.9

5.2
5.6
-.7
-.9

.1
.5
.4
.5

06/85

130.1

132.7

133.3

6.4

.5

06/85
06/85
12/87

118.4
115.7
116.7

117.6
131.9
142.4

117.6
135.4
147.1

4.6
32.1
47.2

0
2.7
3.3

2899-537
2899-545
2899-556
2899-57
2899-576
2899-577
2899-578
2899-591

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/85
06/85
06/85

118.0
133.0
166.8
124.3
118.1
134.0
122.7
144.6

115.1
133.6
166.8
124.4
117.9
134.2
123.0
142.7

116.4
133.6
166.8
124.7
117.9
135.2
123.0
142.5

4.3
0
2.6
5.9
5.6
.7
1.3

1.1
0
0
.2
0
.7
0
-.1

2899-597
2899-SM
2899-M
2899-Z89
2899-S
2842-S
2869-S
2899-SSS

06/85

123.0

123.1

123.0

3.3

-.1

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/90
06/85

104.6
118.3
137.4
123.8
163.6
118.2

104.2
117.6
137.2
123.8
153.6
120.9

104.2
117.6
134.8
123.8
148.0
119.5

4.3
1.7
3.8
0
-3.0
2.1

0
0
-1.7
0
-3.6
-1.2

29

12/84

75.3

83.1

78.6

.8

-5.4

Petroleum re fin in g ...........................................................................................................

291

06/85

72.5

80.8

75.9

.3

-6.1

Petroleum Refining .........................................................................................................
Primary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Fuels ...... . ............................................................. ..........................................
Gasoline ...........................................................................................................
Finished motor g a s o lin e ..............................................................................
Premium g ra d e s ........................................................................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other resellers .................................
Direct sales to end u s e rs .....................................................................
Unleaded regular ................................................. .....................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other re s e lle rs ................................
Direct sales to end u s e rs .....................................................................
Mid-premium unleaded.............................................................................
Sales to jobbers retailers and other re se lle rs................................
Sales to end u s e rs ................................................................................
Jet fuel ...............................................................................................................
Kerosene type jet f u e l................... ...........................................................
K e rose ne............................................................................................................
Light fuel o i l .......................................................................................................
D istilla te s....................................................................... .................................
#2 fuel oil to jobbers, retailers and other resellers ...........................
#2 diesel fuel ............................................................ ................................
Sales to jobbers, retailers and other re s e lle rs ................................
Direct sales to end u s e rs .....................................................................
Other distillates, n.e.c., including #1, #2 fuel direct sales,
and other d is tilla te s ...........................................................................

2911
2911-P
2911-1
2911-1
2911-13
2911-133
2911-1331
2911-1332
2911-134
2911-1341
2911-1342
2911-135
2911-1351
2911-1352
2911-2
2911-213
2911-3
2911-4
2911-41
2911-411
2911-413
2911-4131
2911-4132

06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
0 6 /8 5
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
12/87
12/87
12/87
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85
06/85

72.5
74.0
69.2
69.8
69.8
76.7
76.7
75.2
66.0
65.9
67.6
105.1
105.2
106.6
64.7
64.5
61.9
68.9
68.9
69.2
68.8
69.9
66.7

80.8
82.0
78.1
81.6
81.6
88.7
88.7
88.4
77.7
77.6
80.0
121.5
121.5
131.8
67.4
67.3

.3
.7
-.4
-.1
-.1
1.6
1.5
4.0
-1.2
-1.2
3.6

-6.1
-5.9
-6.7

(3)
72.7
72.7
71.3
73.7
74.8
71.5

75.9
77.2
72.9
75.3
75.3
82.1
82.0
82.7
71.4
71.3
74.4
114.0
114.1
114.3
66.7
66.3
55.6
68.7
68.7
69.6
67.9
68.1
67.8

2.1
2.4
-1.3
-.9
-18.1
-3.8
-3.8
-4.1
-3.7
-3.5
-4.2

-7.4
-7.6
-6.4
-8.1
-8.1
-7.0
-6.2
-6.1
-13.3
-1.0
-1.5
(3)
-5.5
-5.5
-2.4
-7.9
-9.0
-5.2

2911-415

06/85

68.1

71.9

71.1

-2.3

-1.1

2895
Carbon b la c k .........................................................................................................
2899

Essential oils, fireworks and pyrotechnics, sizes, and chemical
Fireworks & pyrotechnics, incl. flares, jet fuel igniters, railroad

Antifreeze preparations ...............................................................................
Other automotive chemicals, including battery acid, deicing fluid,
carbon remover solvents, etc...............................................................
Concrete curing and floor hardening m a te ria ls ..........................................
Oil treating compounds (non oil base) .......................................................
Water treating com p o u n d s.............................................................................
Cooling tower c o m p o u n d s..........................................................................
Boiler compounds .... ....................................................................................
O ther water treating compounds
..........................................................
Plating co m poun ds..........................................................................................
Other industrial chemical preps., incl. fluxes, plastic wood preps.,
and embalming ch e m ica ls.......................................................................
Secondary products and miscellaneous re c e ip ts ..............................................
Miscellaneous re c e ip ts .......................................................................................
R e s a le s ..............................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................................
Specialty cleaning polishing and sanitation preparations.......................
Industrial organic ch e m ica ls...........................................................................
Other secondary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................
Petroleum refining and related p roducts..................................................

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

See footnotes at end of table.




70

(3)

2.2

-7 .7
-7 .7

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x
In d u stry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t
code

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

b ase
M a r.

June

July

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

-7 .9

P e tro le u m R e f in in g - C o n t in u e d
2 9 1 1 -5

0 6 /8 5

7 4 .5

8 3 .4

7 6 .8

1 2 .0

2 9 1 1 -5 1

0 6 /8 5

75.1

8 5 .3

7 7 .8

1 5 .3

-8 .8

S a le s to re s e lle rs , including o th e r r e f in e r s ...................................................

2 9 1 1 -5 1 1

0 6 /8 5

8 2 .0

9 3 .7

8 4 .8

6 .8

-9 .5

D ire c t s a le s to e n d u s e r s ......................................................................................

2 9 1 1 -5 1 2

0 6 /8 5

6 4 .3

7 2 .6

6 6 .6

23.1

— .3
8

2 9 1 1 -5 2

0 6 /8 5

7 1 .3

7 7 .7

73.1

6 .7

-5 .9

2 9 1 1 -5 2 1

0 6 /8 5

8 9 .7

9 7 .5

8 4 .2

6 .2

-1 3 .6

N o n -fu e l p ro d u c ts o f p e tro le u m refining .....................................................................

2911-11

0 6 /8 5

1 1 1 .6

1 1 3 .2

1 1 1 .5

7 .5

-1 .5

Lu b ricatin g oils a n d g re a s e s , m a d e in r e f in e r ie s ..........................................

2 9 1 1 -7

A s p h a lt, m a d e in r e f in e r ie s .......................................................................................

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

0 6 /8 5

6 4 .4

6 4 .7

6 5 .2

.6

.8

2 9 1 1 -A

H e a v y fu e l oil (re sid u al f u e l ) ............................................................. ............................
>

1 % s u lf u r ............................... ......................................................................................

Not >

1 % s u l f u r .............................................................................................................

S a le s to re s e lle rs , including o th e r r e f in e r s ...................................................

P a vin g g r a d e .............................................. .............................. .............. ...................
L iq u ified re fin e ry g a s e s , including a lip h a tic s (fe e d s to c k a n d o th e r

0 6 /8 5

2 4 1 .4

2 3 7 .1

2 4 1 .2

3 1 .0

1 .7

2 9 1 1 -A 1

0 6 /8 5

2 4 6 .0

2 5 0 .0

2 5 3 .2

4 5 .7

1 .3

P r o p y le n e ...................................................................................................................

2 9 1 1 -A 1 2

0 6 /8 5

140.1

1 46.1

1 46.1

5 9 .0

C h e m ic a l g r a d e ......................................................................................................

2 9 1 1 -A 1 2 0 1

0 6 /8 5

1 4 6 .2

1 5 2 .6

(3)

(3)

(3)

2 9 1 1 -A 3 2

(3)
6 5 .2

(3)
-7 .5

(3)
-1 2 .5

u s e s ), m a d e in r e fin e r ie s ....................................................................................
P r o p a n e /p r o p y le n e ....................................................................................................

B u t a n e / b u t y le n e ....................................................... .................................................

2 9 1 1 -A 2

E t h a n e /e t h y le n e .........................................................................................................

0

2 9 1 1 -A 3
0 6 /8 5

2 0 3 .6

2 0 1 .8

2 9 1 1 -D

0 6 /8 5

6 8.1

7 4 .5

P e tro le u m c o k e , m a d e in r e f in e r ie s .................................................................

2 9 1 1 -D 2 1

0 6 /8 5

9 .7

1 1 .8

A ro m a tic s , m a d e in r e f in e r ie s .............................................................................

E t h y le n e ......................................................................................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s p e tro le u m refin e ry p ro d u c ts , n .e .c . ......................................

2 9 1 1 -D 5

0 6 /8 5

7 1 .4

7 9 .4

(3)
6 7 .7

(3)
-1 1 .7

(3)
-1 4 .7

B e n z e n e ................................................................................... .................................

2 9 1 1 -D 5 2

0 6 /8 5

6 8 .7

7 2 .5

6 2 .2

- 9 .1

-1 4 .2

T o lu e n e .......................................................................................................................

2 9 1 1 -D 5 3

0 6 /8 5

6 6 .8

7 6 .6

6 9 .0

-7 .5

-9 .9

1 2 /8 4

9 6 .6

9 8 .3

9 8 .8

4.1

.5

P avin g a n d roofing m a t e r ia ls ................................................................... ......... ............................

295

P avin g m ixtu res a n d b lo c k ...............................................................................................................

2951

0 6 /8 1

1 0 5 .5

107.1

1 0 8 .0

3 .5

.8

2 9 5 1 -P

0 6 /8 1

1 0 5 .4

1 07.1

10 8 .1

3 .5

.9

E m u lsified a s p h a lt, including liquid a d d it iv e s ......................................................

2 9 5 1 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 1

1 0 7 .0

1 0 9 .4

1 0 9 .4

5.1

O th e r liquid a s p h a lt & ta r p avin g m a te ria ls , including c u t b a c k s ..............

2 9 5 1 -1 1 2

0 6 /8 1

7 5 .9

7 9 .5

7 9 .5

4 .9

0

A s p h a ltic (b itu m in o u s) c o n c r e t e ......................................................................................

2 9 5 1 -1 1 3

0 6 /8 1

1 0 9 .8

1 1 1 .4

1 1 2 .7

3 .2

1 .2
0

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

0

2 9 5 1 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .......................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ........................................................................................................

2 9 5 1 -M

0 6 /8 1

8 6 .2

8 6 .2

8 6 .2

3 .2

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

2 9 5 1 -S

0 6 /8 1

1 3 0 .8

1 32.1

132 .1

3 .8

0

0 6 /8 4

1 0 0 .2

1 0 2 .4

1 0 2 .6

4 .8

.2

A s p h a lt fe lts a n d c o a t i n g s ................ ..............................................................................................

2952

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .................................................................... .....................................................

2 9 5 2 -P

0 6 /8 4

9 9 .8

10 2 .1

1 0 2 .4

5 .2

.3

R o o fin g a s p h a lts a n d p itch es, c o a tin g s a n d c e m e n t s ........................................

2 9 5 2 -2

0 6 /8 4

9 9 .3

1 0 0 .2

100.1

4.1

-.1

1 0 6 .9

-.2

2 9 5 2 -2 2

1 2 /9 1

1 0 5 .7

1 0 6 .7

4 .0

F ib ra te d a s p h a ltic c o a t in g s ........................................................................ ..............

2 9 5 2 -2 2 1

0 6 /8 4

1 1 5 .7

1 1 6 .8

1 1 7 .0

3 .4

N o n fib ra te d a s p h a ltic c o a tin g s ................................................................................

2 9 5 2 -2 2 2

0 6 /8 4

1 1 1 .6

1 1 3 .0

1 1 2 .4

5.1

-.5

A s p h a ltic roofing c e m e n t s .........................................................................................

2 9 5 2 -2 2 3

0 6 /8 4

1 1 9 .9

1 2 1 .7

1 2 1 .4

3 .6

-.2

A s p h a lt roofing c o a tin g s a n d c e m e n t s ...................................................................

.2

2 9 5 2 -2 3

0 6 /8 4

9 9 .9

9 9 .9

9 9 .9

4 .2

0

2 9 5 2 -3

O th e r ro o fin g a s p h a lts a n d p itc h e s , c o a tin g s a n d c e m e n t s ........................
P re p a re d a s p h a lt a n d ta r roofing a n d siding p r o d u c ts ........................................

0 6 /8 4

9 8 .4

1 0 1 .0

1 0 1 .3

5 .5

.3

2 9 5 2 -3 1

1 0 5 .0

1 0 5 .3

3 .0

.3

1 0 1 .8

1 0 4 .4

1 0 3 .9

2 .0

-.5

0 6 /8 4

86 .1

8 7 .5

8 7 .5

3 .6

0

2 9 5 2 -3 2 2 2

M in e ra l s u rfa c e d , in o rg a n ic b a s e (f ib e r g la s s ) ............. .....................................

102.1

0 6 /8 4

2 9 5 2 -3 2

S m o o th s u rfa c e , in o rg a n ic b a s e (f ib e r g la s s ) ...................................................
M in e ra l s u rfa c e d roll ro ofing a n d c a p s h e e t s .....................................................

0 6 /8 4

2 9 5 2 -3 1 2 1

S m o o th -s u rfa c e d roll ro o fin g a n d c a p s h e e t s ......................................................

0 6 /8 5

85.1

8 6 .8

5.1

1 0 1 .0

3 .0

(3)
.4

1 0 0 .0

3 .3

2 9 5 2 -3 3

9 7 .7

1 0 0 .0

1 2 /9 1

9 8 .7

9 9 .6

9 9 .5

1 .4

- .1

2 9 5 2 -3 3 3

S h in g le s , all o th e r w e ig h ts (exclu d in g la m in a te d ), in o rg an ic b a s e
O rg a n ic a n d / o r in o rg a n ic b a s e la m in a te d o r m ulti la y e re d s h in g les ..

9 8 .7

1 2 /9 1

2 9 5 2 -3 3 2 0 9

S h in g le s , in o rg a n ic b a s e ............................................................................................

1 2 /9 1

2 9 5 2 -3 3 2

S h in g le s .................................................. ....................................................................... .........

(3)
1 0 0 .6

1 2 /9 1

1 0 2 .2

1 0 2 .0

1 0 4 .2

.3

2 .2
.2

0

2 9 5 2 -3 5

0 6 /8 4

1 2 1 .6

1 3 1 .9

1 3 2 .2

3 5 .0

P ly fe lts , fib e rg la s s b a s e ............................................................................................

2 9 5 2 -3 5 2

1 2 /9 1

9 9 .2

1 0 4 .4

1 0 4 .4

6.1

0

O th e r fe lts , o rg a n ic b a s e ............................................................................................

2 9 5 2 -3 5 5

1 2 /9 1

134.1

1 5 4 .3

15 5 .1

6 6 .8

.5

1 2 /9 1

9 9 .9

1 0 1 .4

1 0 1 .4

2 .5

1 2 /9 1

1 0 0 .6

(3)

1 0 0 .6

-.7

(3)

1 0 0 .6

-.7

(3)

S a tu ra te d a s p h a lt a n d ta r f e l t s ....................................................................................

2 9 5 2 -3 6

O th e r p re p a re d a s p h a lt a n d ta r p ro d u c ts fo r ro ofin g a n d siding ..............

0

2 9 5 2 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ......................................................

2 9 5 2 -M

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ........................................................................................................

1 0 0 .6

2 9 5 2 -Z 8 9

M is c e lla n e o u s p ro d u cts o f p e tro le u m a n d c o a l ...................................................................

1 0 4 .5

(3)
1 0 4 .5

1 0 4 .5

3 .2

0

1 2 /9 1

1 0 3 .7

1 0 3 .7

1 0 3 .7

3 .2

0

1 2 /8 4

1 3 4 .6

1 3 6 .4

1 3 6 .9

4 .8

.4

299

L u bricating oils a n d g r e a s e s ...........................................................................................................

0 6 /8 4

2 9 5 2 -S S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................................................

1 2 /9 1

2 9 5 2 -S

R e s a l e s ............................................................................ .......................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

2992

1 5 6 .8

15 8 .1

1 5 8 .4

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ........................................................................ .................................................

2 9 9 2 -P

1 2 /8 0

1 5 9 .2

1 6 0 .6

1 6 0 .5

4 .5

-.1

L u b ricating a n d sim ilar o i l s ....................................................................................... .........

2 9 9 2 -1

1 2 /8 0

1 6 1 .1

1 6 2 .6

1 6 2 .5

4 .8

-.1

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1

1 2 /8 0

1 7 2 .9

1 7 4 .9

1 7 4 .9

6 .6

0

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1 5

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

(3)

0

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1 5 1

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

(3)

A u to m o tiv e lu b ricating o i l s .............................................................................................
E n g in e o i l s ..........................................................................................................................
E n g in e oil fo r g a s o lin e e n g i n e s ..........................................................................

1 2 /8 0

4 .4

.2

0

E n g in e oil fo r d ie s e l e n g in e s ................................................................................

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1 5 2

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

(3)

0

O th e r e n g in e o i l .............................................................................. ...........................

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1 5 3

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

(3)

0

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1 6

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

(3)

0
0

T ra n s m is s io n a n d hyd rau lic f lu id s ..........................................................................
A u to m a tic tran s m is s io n f l u i d .................................................. .............................

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1 6 1

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

(3)

O th e r tra n s m is s io n a n d h yd rau lic f lu id s .........................................................

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1 6 2

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

(3)

0

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1 7

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .3

(3)

.3

2 9 9 2 -1 1 1 7 1

0 6 /9 5

1 0 0 .3

A u to m o tiv e g e a r o i l ................................................... .................... ..............................
A u to m o tiv e g e a r oil ..................................................................................................
In d u strial lu b ricating o i l s ..................................................................................................
G e n e ra l industrial o i l s ................ ..................................................................................

2 9 9 2 -1 2 1

1 2 /8 0

(3)
13 6 .1

1 0 0 .0
1 3 6 .8

1 3 6 .6

(3)
1 .9

-.1

2 9 9 2 -1 2 1 1 1

1 2 /8 0

1 3 5 .5

1 3 6 .4

1 3 6 .4

2 .2

0

See footnotes at end of table.




71

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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In dustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t
code

to Ju ly 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

base
M a r.

June

Ju ly

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

L u b ric atin g o ils a n d g r e a s e s — C o n tin u e d
In d u strial p ro c e s s o i l s ...................................................................................................

2 9 9 2 -1 2 1 1 2

1 2 /8 0

2 9 9 2 -1 2 1 1 3

1 2 /8 0

(3)
1 2 7 .8

(3)
1 2 9 .0

1 3 9 .1

In d u stria l m e ta lw o rk in g flu id s ...................................................................................

1 2 8 .3

(3)
3.1

(3)
- 0 .5

In d u strial e n g in e o i l s .....................................................................................................

2 9 9 2 -1 2 1 1 4

0 6 /8 8

1 2 6 .3

1 2 5 .8

3 .7

2 9 9 2 -2

1 2 /8 0

1 4 6 .8

(3)
1 4 7 .6

1 4 7 .2

2 .4

(3)
-.3

(3)
1 5 1 .8

(3)
2 .3

(3)
(3)

L u b ricatin g g r e a s e s .................................................................................................................
A u to m o tiv e g r e a s e s ............................................................................................................

2 9 9 2 -2 3 1

1 2 /8 0

1 4 0 .0

1 4 1 .0

In d u stria l g r e a s e s .................................................................................................................

2 9 9 2 -2 3 2

1 2 /8 0

15 1 .1

1 5 1 .8

O th e r g r e a s e s .................................................................................... ..................................

2 9 9 2 -2 3 4

0 6 /8 8

1 3 8 .6

1 4 0 .9

(3)

(3)

2 9 9 2 -M

1 2 /8 0

(3)

(3)

1 5 7 .6

(3)

(3)

2 9 9 2 -Z 8 9

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0

(3)
1 2 0 .4

13 1 .1

2 9 9 2 -S

(3)
1 1 9 .3

1 2 8 .5

(3)
9 .0

(3)
6 .7
1 .6

0

2 9 9 2 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ..................... .................................
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .........................................................................................................
R e s a l e s ....................................................................................................................................
S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

1 2 /8 4

1 0 8 .9

1 1 4 .3

1 1 6 .1

7 .4

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ...........................................................................................................................

2 9 9 9 -P

1 2 /8 4

1 0 8 .9

1 1 4 .3

1 1 6 .1

7 .4

1 .6

C a lc in e d p e tro le u m c o k e (n o t m a d e in r e fin e r ie s ).................................................

2 9 9 9 -2

1 2 /8 4

1 1 2 .8

1 2 0 .4

1 2 3 .1

10.1

2 .2

2 9 9 9 -5

1 2 /8 4

4 9 .2

5 0 .8

5 0 .5

2 .0

-.6

1 2 /8 4

1 2 2 .5

1 2 4 .1

1 2 4 .2

6 .4

.1

P e tro le u m a n d c o a l p ro d u c ts , n .e .c ..............................................................................................

2999

O th e r p e tro le u m a n d c o a l p ro d u cts, n .e .c ., incl. p e tro le u m c o k e , (n o t
m a d e in re fin e rie s ................... .................................... ......................... .......................
R u b b e r a n d m is c e lla n e o u s p la s tic p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................

30

T ire s a n d in n e r tu b e s ........................................................................................................................

3 01

0 6 /8 1

1 0 7 .7

1 0 9 .4

1 0 9 .9

3.1

.5

T ire s a n d in n e r tu b e s .........................................................................................................................

3011

0 6 /8 1

1 0 7 .7

1 0 9 .4

1 0 9 .9

3.1

.5

3 0 1 1 -P

0 6 /8 1

1 0 2 .5

1 0 4 .0

1 0 4 .5

3 .0

.5

3 0 1 1 -1

0 6 /8 1

9 8 .7

9 9 .5

9 9 .6

1 .6

.1

3 0 1 1 -1 1 2

0 6 /8 1

9 9 .9

1 0 1 .0

10 1 .1

2.1

.1

3 0 1 1 -1 1 2 2

1 2 /8 8

1 0 4 .0

1 0 4 .9

10 5 .1

2 .6

.2

3 0 1 1 -1 1 2 2 4

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .3

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

(3)

(3)
9 4 .2

9 7 .8

P rim a ry p ro d u c ts ...........................................................................................................................
P a s s e n g e r c a r p n e u m a tic tire s .........................................................................................
R a d ia ls ......................................................................................................................................
All s e a s o n (e x c e p t high p e rfo rm a n c e ) a n d all o th e r rad ials incl.
o ff h ig h w a y ................................................................................ ................................
R e p la c e m e n t .................................................................................................................

.3

3 0 1 1 -1 1 2 3

H ig h p e r f o r m a n c e ...........................................................................................................

3 0 1 1 -1 1 2 3 4

(3)

0 6 /8 1

3 0 1 1 -2

T r u c k /b u s tires, including o ff h ig h w a y ..........................................................................

0 6 /9 5

3 0 1 1 -1 5

R e p l a c e m e n t ...... ........................................................................................................
N o n -r a d ia ls ..............................................................................................................................

0 6 /8 1

(3)
9 3 .6

9 5 .2

0

(3)
.7

(3)
1.1

3 0 1 1 -2 1

R e p l a c e m e n t ................................................................................................................

7 7 .7

7 8 .0

7 9 .6

.4

2.1

0 6 /8 1

8 4 .3

8 4 .9

8 5 .1

-3 .3

.2

3 0 1 1 -2 1 3 1 2

Light h ig h w a y tru c k ....................................................................*..................................

0 6 /8 1

3 0 1 1 -2 1 3

R a d ia ls .....................................................................................................................................

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .2

(3)

.2

M e d iu m a n d w id e b a s e h ig h w a y t r u c k ................................................................

3 0 1 1 -2 1 4

N o n - r a d ia ls ...................................................................................................... .......................

3 0 1 1 -2 1 5

1 0 1 .5

2 .4

0

1 1 5 .0

1 1 5 .0

2 .0

0

1 0 0 .0

0 6 /8 1

(3)
1 3 1 .4

1 0 0 .0
1 3 7 .0

1 3 8 .5

(3)
8 .0

1.1

3 0 1 1 -3 1 4

T r a c to r /im p le m e n t tires ........................... ......................................................................

1 0 1 .5

1 1 3 .5

0 6 /9 5

3 0 1 1 -3

O th e r p n e u m a tic a n d all solid tires ................................................................................

1 0 0 .5

0 6 /8 1

3 0 1 1 -2 1 5 1 3

R e p la c e m e n t ................................................................................................................

0 6 /8 1

3 0 1 1 -2 1 5 1

L ig h t h ig h w a y tru c k ......................................................... ..............................................

0 6 /8 1

(3)

(3)

1 4 0 .4

(3)

0

(3)

F ro n t tra c to r a n d fa rm im p le m e n t. O rig in a l e q u ip m e n t a n d
1 .2

3 0 1 1 -3 1 4 1 1

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 1 .2

(3)

r e p la c e m e n t ............................................................................................. ....................

3 0 1 1 -3 1 6

0 6 /8 1

1 3 3 .0

1 3 5 .5

3 0 1 1 -3 1 9

1 3 8 .7

1 4 1 .6

In d u stria l a n d h ig h w a y - s o lid .......................................................................................

3 0 1 1 -3 3 3

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

(3)
5 .6

(3)

A ll o th e r p n e u m a tic , including airc ra ft, m o b ile h o m e a n d b ic y c le .............

1 1 5 .3

1 2 .7

1 3 1 .0

(3)
1 3 2 .4

(3)
1 4 1 .6
1 2 2 .6
1 3 3 .4

8 .5

(3)
.8

r e p l a c e m e n t ..... ................................................ ......................................................
In dustrial, utility a n d g a rd e n tra c to r tires. O rig in a l e q u ip m e n t or

0

3 0 1 1 -5

0 6 /8 1

T re a d r u b b e r ......................................... ................................................................................

3 0 1 1 -5 1 1

0 6 /8 1

1 2 3 .0

1 2 3 .6

1 2 4 .4

8 .4

.6

O th e r tire su n d rie s a n d re p a ir m a te ria ls , n .e .c . ..................................................

3 0 1 1 -5 3 9

0 6 /8 1

1 5 4 .8

1 5 8 .2

1 6 0 .3

9 .2

1.3
0

T re a d ru b b er, tire su n d ries, a n d re p a ir m a t e r ia ls ...................................................

R u b b e r a n d p la s tic f o o t w e a r ...... ........................ ............................ .............................................

302

1 2 /8 0

1 2 6 .3

1 2 7 .0

1 2 7 .0

.9

R u b b e r a n d p la stic f o o t w e a r ..........................................................................................................

3021

1 2 /8 0

1 2 6 .3

1 2 6 .9

1 2 6 .9

.8

0

3 0 2 1 -P

1 2 /8 0

1 3 2 .4

1 3 3 .2

1 3 3 .2

.8

0

3 0 2 1 -1

1 2 /8 0

1 7 1 .0

1 7 3 .3

1 7 3 .3

3 .2

0

3 0 2 1 -1 A

1 2 /8 6

1 4 0 .5

1 4 3 .3

1 4 3 .3

4 .6

0

3 0 2 1 -1 4 2

1 2 /8 6

1 4 1 .9

1 4 4 .9

1 4 4 .9

6 .4

0

3 0 2 1 -1 8 1

1 2 /9 3

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

.2

0

3 0 2 1 -3

1 2 /8 6

1 0 7 .5

1 0 7 .8

1 0 7 .8

-.4

0

3 0 2 1 -3 0 5

1 2 /9 3

93.1

93 .1

93.1

- 7 .0

0

(3)

.4

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ................................... ..................................... ................................................
R u b b e r, p lastic, a n d o th e r p ro te c tiv e f o o t w e a r .......................................................
R u b b e r u p p e r s .......................................................................................................................
L u m b e rm a n , p a c s , ru b b ers, a n d o th e r fo o tw e a r h avin g ru b b e r
u p p e r s ...................................................................................................... ...................

3 0 2 1 -1 C

P la s tic a n d / o r fa b ric u p p e r s ..........................................................................................
P la s tic a n d /o r fa b ric u p p e r s ....................................................................................
N o n -p ro te c tiv e fo o tw e a r c e m e n te d , v u lc a n iz e d , in jectio n m o ld e d , e tc . to
fa b ric u p p e r ........................................................................................................................
In je c tio n m o ld e d o n l y ........................................................ ...............................................

3 0 2 1 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
G a s k e ts , p a c k in g , a n d s e a lin g d e v ic e s a n d ru b b e r a n d p la s tic s h o s e a n d
b e lt in g ........................................................................................ .......................................................
R u b b e r a n d p las tic s h o s e a n d b eltin g ......................................................................................

305

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .4

3052

1 2 /8 1

1 3 9 .6

1 4 2 .7

1 4 3 .8

5 .5

.8
.8

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 0 5 2 -P

1 2 /8 1

1 3 7 .8

1 4 1 .3

1 4 2 .5

5 .2

R u b b e r a n d p lastics b e lts a n d b eltin g , f l a t ................................................................

3 0 5 2 -1

1 2 /8 1

1 4 9 .7

1 5 6 .0

1 5 6 .0

9 .3

0

Light w e ig h t c o n v e y o r a n d e l e v a t o r ..........................................................................

3 0 5 2 -1 0 3

1 2 /8 1

16 1 .1

1 6 5 .9

1 6 5 .9

7 .0

0

H e a v y d u ty c o n v e y o r a n d e le v a t o r ......................................... ..................................

3 0 5 2 -1 0 5

1 2 /8 1

1 4 4 .2

1 5 0 .9

1 5 0 .9

1 0 .5

3 0 5 2 -2

1 2 /8 1

1 3 1 .6

1 3 4 .8

1 3 4 .9

3 0 5 2 -2 2 5

1 2 /8 1

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 1

(3)
1 2 8 .4

1 4 1 .5

3 0 5 2 -2 3 1

(3)
1 2 4 .8

3 0 5 2 -3

1 2 /8 1

1 4 4 .2

1 4 6 .7

(3)
148.1

(3)
1 .8

(3)
1 .0

R u b b e r a n d p la s tic s tra n s m is s io n b e lts a n d beltin g , o th e r th a n f l a t ...........
M o to r v e h i c l e ........................ ......................... .....................................................................
In d u s tria l, e x c e p t f r a c tio n a l............................................................................................
R u b b e r h o s e , m a n d re l m a d e , a n d all h y d r a u lic .....................................................

See footnotes at end of table.




72

2 .3

0
.1

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
Indu stry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u ct

code

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e
to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x
base
l

July
19952

|

June
19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

R u b b e r a n d p la s tic s h o s e a n d b e ltin g — C o n tin u e d
1 2 /8 1

1 4 7 .0

1 4 9 .4

1 5 0 .4

4 .2

0 .7

W ire , h y d r a u lic ......................................................................................................................

3 0 5 2 -3 1 6

1 2 /8 1

1 5 9 .3

1 6 0 .1

1 6 2 .9

1 ,9

1 .7

W ire , n o n h y d r a u lic ............................................................................ .................................

3 0 5 2 -3 1 8

1 2 /8 1

6 6 .2

8 2 .0

8 2 .0

- 2 .4

3 0 5 2 -4

1 2 /8 1

1 1 2 .3

1 1 4 .4

(3)

3 0 5 2 -4 5 1

1 2 /8 1

1 1 3 .9

1 1 6 .0

3 0 5 2 -5

1 2 /8 1

(3)

(3)

(3)
1 4 2 .9

P lastics, including p e rfo ra te d s p r in k le r ...................................................................

3 0 5 2 -5 6 1

1 2 /8 1

(3)

(3)

1 3 3 .8

2 .7

R u b b e r .......................................................................................................................................

3 0 5 2 -5 6 3

1 2 /8 1
1 2 /8 1

(3)
143.1

(3)
1 4 7 .4

1 7 4 .9

3 0 5 2 -6

1 4 7 .9

(3)
6 .9

(3)
.3

3 0 5 2 -6 A

0 6 /9 5

1 0 0 .4

1 3 6 .8

1 3 6 .8

(3)
3 .0

.4

1 2 /8 1

(3)
1 3 3 .5

1 0 0 .0

3 0 5 2 -6 7 4
3 0 5 2 -6 8

1 2 /8 1

1 7 5 .2

1 7 7 .2

1 7 7 .3

4 .8

.1

H y d r a u lic ..............................................................................................................................

3 0 5 2 -6 8 2

0 6 /8 7

N o n h y d r a u lic .....................................................................................................................

3 0 5 2 -6 8 4

1 2 /8 1

(3)
1 8 1 .3

(3)
1 8 4 .4

1 5 1 .0
1 8 4 .5

(3)
6 .5

(3)
.1

3 0 5 2 -S

1 2 /8 1

1 8 6 .8

1 8 6 .8

1 8 6 .8

3 0 5 2 -S S

1 2 /8 1

1 8 6 .8

1 8 6 .8

(3)

1 2 /8 5

1 2 6 .2

1 2 6 .0

1 2 6 .2

2 .9

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .........................................................................................................................

3 0 5 3 -P

1 2 /8 5

1 2 6 .9

1 2 6 .6

1 2 7 .0

2 .9

C o m p re s s io n p a c k in g s ................................ .........................................................................

3 0 5 3 -4

1 2 /8 5

1 3 1 .6

1 2 9 .4

1 2 9 .4

2.1

0

P la n t f i b e r ................................................................................................................................

3 0 5 3 -4 1 1

1 2 /9 0

1 1 6 .4

1 1 6 .8

1 1 7 .0

9 .3

.2

S y n th e tic fib er, p lastics, c o m p o s itio n .......................................................................

3 0 5 3 -4 1 5

1 2 /9 0

1 2 1 .4

1 1 2 .0

1 1 2 .0

- 5 .9

0

3 0 5 3 -5

1 2 /8 5

1 3 2 .6

1 3 2 .4

1 3 3 .5

2 .9

.8

E la s to m e ric , all m a t e r ia l..................................................................................................

3 0 5 3 -5 1 5

1 2 /8 5

1 2 4 .9

1 2 4 .4

1 26.1

1 .8

1 .4

C o rk a n d c o rk co m p o s itio n ...........................................................................................

3 0 5 3 -5 1 9

1 2 /8 5

148.1

14 8 .1

1 5 0 .3

1 3 .9

1.5

3 0 5 3 -5 2 9

1 2 /8 5

1 1 4 .0

114.1

1 1 4 .4

2 .3

.3

3 0 5 3 -6

1 2 /8 5

1 2 1 .5

1 2 1 .5

1 2 1 .6

2 .5

3 0 5 3 -6 2 1

1 2 /8 5

1 1 0 .2

(3)

(3)

3 0 5 2 -3 1 4

T e x tile , n o n h y d r a u lic .........................................................................................................

R u b b e r h o s e , long len g th n o n h yd rau lic, e x c e p t g a rd e n ....................................
T e x t i l e .................................... ................................................. .................................................
R u b b e r a n d p la s tic s g a rd e n h o s e ..................................................................................

A ll o th e r ru b b e r a n d p lastics h o s e .............................. .................. ................................
A ll o th e r ru b b e r h o s e .......................................................................................................
A ll o th e r ru b b e r h o se, n .e .c ........................................................................................
P la s tic h o s e , e x c e p t g a r d e n ..........................................................................................

(3)

(3)
1 .9

(3)

(3)
(3)

0

3 0 5 2 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................... ...................................................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................................................
G a s k e ts , p ac k in g a n d se a lin g d e v ic e s ......................................................................................

0

(3)

3053

N o n m e ta llic g a s k e ts a n d g a s k e t in g ...............................................................................

O th e r n o n -m e ta llic , n .e .c ..................................................................................................
M o ld e d p ackin g a n d s e a lin g d e v ic e s ...........................................................................
O -rin g s (including spliced; exclu d in g m e t a l ) ......................... ...............................

6 .7
(3)

0
(3)

(3)

.2
.3

.1
(3)

S in g le & m ult, fle x ib le s e a ls (c o m p o n e n t ty p e , s y m m e tric a l &
3 0 5 3 -6 2 6

1 2 /8 5

1 3 8 .7

1 3 8 .9

1 3 8 .7

0

- .1

3 0 5 3 -6 3 5

1 2 /8 5

133.1

1 33.1

1 3 3 .3

6 .0

.2

3 0 5 3 -7

1 2 /8 5

1 5 7 .0

1 5 6 .5

1 5 6 .5

1 .0

0

3 0 5 3 -7 2 9

n o n -s y m m e tric a l)........................................................................................................

0 2 /9 2

1 0 3 .2

9 8.1

98.1

- 4 .9

0

A ll o th e r m o ld e d p ac k in g a n d s e a ls (including le a th e r a n d p lastic
s e a l s ) .............................................................................. ................................................
M e ta llic g a s k e ts a n d m a c h in e d s e a l s ...........................................................................
S p iral w o u n d fille r t y p e ........................... .........................................................................
A ll p is to n rings, e xclu sio n d e v ic e s a n d m e ta l g a s k e ts a n d m a c h in e d
3 0 5 3 -7 4 9

1 2 /9 0

1 1 7 .0

1 1 7 .0

1 1 7 .0

1.8

0

3 0 5 3 -8

s e a ls , n .e .c ....................................................................................................................
A x ia l m e c h a n ic a l fa c e s e a l s .............................................................................................

1 2 /8 5

1 3 5 .7

1 3 5 .7

1 3 5 .7

4 .5

0

1 2 /8 5

1 0 9 .8

1 0 9 .8

1 0 9 .9

2 .5

.1
.1

3 0 5 3 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 0 5 3 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

1 2 /8 8

112.1

1 1 3 .0

11 3 .1

2.1

3 0 6 1 -P

1 2 /8 8

1 1 0 .0

1 1 0 .9

1 1 0 .9

1.7

0

3 0 6 1 -A

0 6 /8 3

1 1 1 .4

1 1 2 .3

1 1 2 .3

2 .0

0

A u to m o tiv e ......................................................

3 0 6 1 -A 11

0 6 /8 3

9 3 .4

9 4 .4

9 4 .4

1.5

0

T ra n s p o rta tio n , o th e r th a n a u to m o tiv e

3 0 6 1 -A 1 2

0 6 /8 3

1 2 3 .8

1 2 8 .5

1 2 8 .5

9 .2

0

1 1 4 .6

-.3

0

(3)
1 3 2 .8

(3)
.5

(3)
-.2

.5

-.2

M o ld e d , e x tru d e d a n d la th e cu t m e c h a n ic a l ru b b e r g o o d s ............................................

3061

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................
M o ld e d ru b b e r m e c h a n ic a l g o o d s ..........

A p p lia n c e s , h o u s e h o ld a n d c o m m e r c ia l.................................................................

3 0 6 1 -A 1 3

0 6 /8 3

1 1 3 .5

1 1 4 .6

O il a n d g a s field m a c h in e ry a n d e q u ip m e n t ........................................................

3 0 6 1 -A 1 4

0 6 /8 3

1 2 9 .2

1 2 9 .2
1 3 3 .0

3 0 6 1 -A 1 6

1 3 2 .8

0 6 /8 3

1 1 4 .5

3 0 6 1 -B 11

0 6 /8 3

1 0 4 .5

1 0 4 .5

1 0 4 .5

0

0

0 6 /8 3

146.1

1 4 7 .8

1 4 6 .4

3 .0

-.9

0 6 /8 3

1 3 6 .5

1 3 7 .8

1 3 9 .8

4 .6

1.5

0 6 /8 3

A u to m o tiv e , e x c e p t t u b i n g .....................

0 6 /8 3

3 0 6 1 -B

O th e r m o ld e d g o o d s .................................
E x tru d e d ru b b e r m e c h a n ic a l g o o d s ......

3 0 6 1 -B 1 4

O th e r t u b in g ...................................................

1 1 4 .8

1 1 4 .6

3 0 6 1 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 0 6 1 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ................................................................... ...........................................

1 2 7 .6

1 2 9 .4

1 2 9 .3

4 .7

-.1

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..................... ........................ ...................................................................... ....

3 0 6 9 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 2 8 .4

1 3 0 .5

1 3 0 .3

5 .5

-.2

In dustrial p ro d u c ts , n .e .c .......................................................................... ............................

3 0 6 9 -C

0 6 /8 3

1 3 8 .6

1 4 1 .2

1 4 1 .2

4.1

0

3 0 6 9 -C 1 2

0 6 /8 3

1 3 0 .6

1 3 6 .0

1 3 6 .0

6 .8

0

3 0 6 9 -C 1 2 0 3

1 2 8 .5

F a b ric a te d ru b b e r p ro d u c ts, n .e .c .................................................................................................

3069

R oll co ve rin g , including all industry rolls ................................................................

0 6 /8 3

1 2 8 .5

1 2 8 .5

4.1

0

3 0 6 9 -C 3 9

0 6 /8 3

1 5 2 .4

1 5 5 .2

1 5 5 .2

2 .8

0

R u b b e r c o a te d fa b ric s a n d ru b b e r c lo t h in g ..............................................................

3 0 6 9 -D

0 6 /8 3

125.1

125.1

12 5 .1

2 .0

0

O th e r ru b b e r g o o d s .........................................

3 0 6 9 -E

0 6 /8 3

1 2 7 .4

1 2 9 .9

1 2 9 .9

3 .2

0

All o th e r roll co ve rin g s , including g ra p h ic a r t s ...............................................
O th e r industrial ru b b e r p r o d u c t s ......................................................... .......................
................... ..............................................

3 0 6 9 -E A

H a rd ru b b e r g o o d s ..............................................................................................................
B o ats , p o n to o n s , a n d life r a f t s .................................... ...............................................

3 0 6 9 -E 2 2

0 4 /8 5

1 4 1 .9

1 4 8 .0

1 4 8 .0

.5

0

O th e r ru b b e r g o o d s ............................................................................. .............................

3 0 6 9 -E 2 8

0 6 /8 3

1 3 6 .2

1 3 6 .8

1 3 6 .8

3 .4

0

3 0 6 9 -3

R u b b e r flo o r a n d w all c o v e rin g s .....................................................................................

1 3 5 .7

(3)

1 3 8 .7

5 .2

(3)

0 6 /8 3

1 4 1 .3

2 .6

0 6 /8 3

1 1 7 .7

(3)
1 1 7 .7

1 4 4 .4

3 0 6 9 -4

C h e m ic a lly b lo w n s p o n g e ..............................................................................................

0 6 /8 3

3 0 6 9 -3 B

S p o n g e a n d fo a m r u b b e r ....................................................................................................

1 1 8 .2

.4

(3)
.4

1 1 6 .4

0

0

1 3 1 .8

5 .0

-.2
-.4

3 0 6 9 -4 A

0 6 /8 3

1 1 6 .4

3 0 6 9 -7

In dividual m a t s .....................................................................................................................
R u b b e r d ru g g is t a n d m e d ic a l s u n d ries including h o u s e h o ld g lo v e s ...........

1 1 6 .4

0 6 /8 3

1 3 0 .5

1 3 2 .0

3 0 6 9 -7 A

G l o v e s ......................................................................................................................................
S u r g ic a l............................................................. ...................................................................

3 0 6 9 -7 6 1

1 2 /8 8

9 7 .4

9 6 .6

9 6 .2

.8

O th e r ru b b e r d ruggist a n d m e d ic a l s u n d r ie s ........................................................

3 0 6 9 -7 7 8

0 6 /8 3

1 3 0 .5

1 3 3 .6

1 3 3 .6

9 .3

0

3 0 6 9 -9

0 6 /8 3

1 3 3 .6

1 3 6 .0

1 3 6 .4

1 5 .3

.3

C o m p o u n d s o r m ixtu res fo r s a le o r in te rp la n t t r a n s f e r .......................................

3 0 6 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 0 6 9 -S

M is c e lla n e o u s p las tic p ro d u c ts ....................................................... .......... ............. ....................

308

See footnotes at end of table.




73

1 2 6 .4

1 2 6 .7

1 2 6 .9

1 .4

.2

0 6 /8 3

1 2 2 .5

1 2 2 .7

1 2 2 .9

1.3

.2

0 6 /9 3

O th e r s e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .............................................................................................

0 6 /8 3

3 0 6 9 -S S S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .................................. ..................................................... ....................

1 0 7 .8

1 09.1

109.1

7 .7

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
Ind ustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

Pro d u c t

In d e x

cod e

cod e

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

base

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —
M a r.

U n s u p p o rte d p las tic film a n d s h e e t ......................................

30 8 1

June

July

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

1 1 2 .9

1 1 3 .9

1 1 3 .3

1 3 .5

1 2 /8 2

1 3 3 .0

1 3 4 .9

13 4 .1

1 4 .8

3 0 8 1 -1

U n s u p p o rte d p la s tic film a n d s h e e t ................... ....

0 6 /9 3
3 0 8 1 -P

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ....................................................................

- 0 .5

1 2 /8 2

1 3 3 .0

1 3 4 .9

13 4 .1

1 4 .8

-.6

1 1 6 .1

1 8 .0

-1 .4

-.6

P o l y e t h y l e n e ....................................................................

3 0 8 1 -1 0 2

0 6 /9 3

1 1 8 .0

1 1 7 .7

V in y l a n d vinyl c o p o ly m e r ........................................

3 0 8 1 -1 0 4

0 6 /9 3

1 1 1 .2

1 0 9 .4

1 0 7 .0

6 .5

-2 .2

O th e r u n s u p p o rte d p la s tic film a n d s h e e t ......

3 0 8 1 -1 0 5

0 6 /9 3

1 1 4 .7

1 2 0 .5

12 1 .1

1 9 .3

.5

0 6 /9 3

1 1 0 .0

1 0 7 .1

1 0 6 .9

4 .8

-.2

0 6 /9 3

1 0 3 .8

1 0 5 .9

1 0 6 .0

5 .2

.1

3 0 8 1 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .
S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s .........................................................
U n s u p p o rte d p la stic p ro file s h a p e s , ro d s a n d t u b e s ...............

3 0 8 1 -S
3082

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ................................................................................

3 0 8 2 -P

1 2 /8 2

1 3 6 .9

1 3 9 .4

1 3 9 .4

5 .0

0

U n s u p p o rte d p la s tic p ro file s h a p e s , ro d s, a n d tu b e s .

3 0 8 2 -1

1 2 /8 2

1 3 6 .9

1 3 9 .4

1 3 9 .4

5 .0

.0

P o ly a m id e (n ylo n ) .....................................................................

3 0 8 2 -1 0 3

0 6 /9 3

1 0 0 .3

.6

0

P o ly e t h y le n e ................................................................................

3 0 8 2 -1 0 4

0 6 /9 3

1 0 8 .2

1 1 0 .9

1 1 0 .9

8 .9

0

9 4 .6

1 0 0 .9

1 0 0 .9

2 .9

0

V inyl a n d vinyl c o p o ly m e r .....................................................

3 0 8 2 -1 0 5
3 0 8 2 -1 0 8

0 6 /9 3
0 6 /9 3

1 0 3 .8

1 0 5 .7

1 0 5 .7

5 .9

0

O th e r u n s u p p o rte d s h a p e s , ro d s, a n d t u b e s .............

3 0 8 2 -1 0 9

0 6 /9 3

1 0 1 .9

1 0 2 .7

1 0 2 .7

1 .7

0

0 6 /9 3

1 0 7 .2

1 1 0 .4

1 1 0 .9

6.1

.5

0 6 /9 3

1 08.1

1 1 0 .7

1 1 1 .9

1 0 .7

1.1

P o ly p r o p y le n e ..............................................................................

1 0 0 .6

3 0 8 2 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .............

3 0 8 2 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .....................................................................
L a m in a te d p la s tic p la te , s h e e t, a n d p ro file s h a p e s ..........

1 0 0 .6

3083

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ......................... ...................................................

3 0 8 3 -P

1 2 /8 2

1 3 9 .0

1 4 3 .4

1 4 4 .3

1 0 .6

.6

L a m in a te d p la s tic p la te , s h e e t, a n d p ro file s h a p e s .

3 0 8 3 -1

1 2 /8 2

1 3 9 .0

1 4 3 .4

1 4 4 .3

1 0 .6

.6

P la s tic p i p e ............................................................. ..........................

3084

0 6 /9 3

1 0 9 .8

1 0 7 .9

1 0 9 .6

6 .3

1 .6

0 6 /9 3

3 0 8 3 -1 0 1

T h e rm o s e ttin g ........................................................................

1 2 4 .5

1 2 4 .7

1 2 5 .2

1 0 .2

.4
.4

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ....................................................................

3 0 8 4 -P

1 2 /8 2

1 2 0 .5

1 2 0 .9

1 2 1 .4

1 1 .0

P la s tic p ip e ........................................ ..................................

3 0 8 4 -1

1 2 /8 2

1 2 0 .5

1 2 0 .9

1 2 1 .4

1 1 .0

.4

D ra in , w a s te , a n d v e n t ..............................................

3 0 8 4 -1 0 1

0 6 /8 7

9 4 .6

9 5 .4

9 8 .6

1 2 .6

3 .4

S e w e r .................................................................................

3 0 8 4 -1 0 2

0 6 /8 7

1 2 2 .7

1 2 2 .2

6 .2

-.5

W a t e r ..................................................................................

3 0 8 4 -1 0 4

0 6 /8 7

1 0 4 .6

1 0 5 .9

1 0 5 .5

8.1

-.4

In d u strial a n d m in in g ..................................................

3 0 8 4 -1 0 5

0 6 /9 3

1 4 0 .5

1 4 0 .5

1 4 0 .5

34 .1

0

O th e r p la s tic p ip e ........................................................

3 0 8 4 -1 0 6

0 7 /8 7

1 7 1 .5

1 6 9 .9

1 6 9 .7

1 8 .8

-.1

0 6 /9 3

1 1 5 .8

1 1 4 .0

1 1 3 .2

2 .3

-.7

1 1 .4

.3

1 2 1 .6

3 0 8 4 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .

3 0 8 4 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ........................................................

0 6 /9 3

1 1 0 .3

1 1 2 .1

1 1 2 .4

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ...................................................................

3 0 8 5 -P

1 2 /8 2

1 2 6 .3

1 2 8 .2

1 2 8 .5

1 1 .4

.2

P la s tic b o ttle s .................... ................................... ............

3 0 8 5 -1

0 6 /8 7

1 2 0 .4

12 2 .1

1 2 2 .4

1 1 .4

.2

P la s tic b o t t l e s .................................................................

3 0 8 5 -1 0 1

0 6 /8 7

1 2 0 .4

12 2 .1

1 2 2 .4

1 1 .4

.2

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .

3 0 8 5 -S M
1 .2

P la s tic b o t t l e s ..................................................................................

3085

3086

0 6 /9 3

1 1 0 .0

1 1 4 .8

1 1 6 .2

1 2 .3

0 6 /9 3

3 0 8 5 -S

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u cts .........................................................
P la stic fo a m p r o d u c t s ..................................................................

1 0 8 .8

1 1 1 .6

1 1 1 .8

1 0 .0

.2

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ...................................................................

3 0 8 6 -P

0 6 /8 7

1 1 8 .2

1 2 1 .6

1 2 1 .5

1 0 .5

-.1

P la s tic fo a m p r o d u c t s .......... ..........................................

- .1

3 0 8 6 -1

0 6 /8 7

1 1 8 .2

1 2 1 .6

1 2 1 .5

1 0 .5

T r a n s p o r t a t io n .................... ........................ ..................

3 0 8 6 -1 0 1

1 2 /8 2

1 1 4 .0

1 1 2 .4

1 1 3 .3

1.9

.8

P a c k a g in g ..................................... ............................. ....

3 0 8 6 -1 0 2

1 2 /8 2

1 0 8 .2

1 1 3 .0

1 1 3 .2

9 .3

.2

B uild in g a n d c o n stru ctio n ........................................

3 0 8 6 -1 0 3

0 1 /8 3

1 6 2 .0

16 8 .1

16 9 .1

2 8 .8

.6

F u rn itu re a n d f u r n is h in g s .........................................

3 0 8 6 -1 0 4

1 2 /8 2

1 3 1 .7

1 3 6 .8

1 3 6 .6

6 .5

- .1

C o n s u m e r a n d in s titu tio n a l.................... .................

3 0 8 6 -1 0 5

1 2 /8 2

1 2 0 .5

1 2 4 .2

1 2 2 .0

1 0 .5

- 1 .8

3 0 8 6 -1 0 6

O th e r p lastic fo a m p r o d u c ts ...................................

0 2 /8 9

8 1 .0

8 1 .6

8 2 .4

5.1

1 .0

0 6 /9 3

1 0 2 .8

1 0 2 .0

1 0 5 .9

5 .9

3 .8
-.3

3 0 8 6 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .

3 0 8 6 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ............... .........................................

0 6 /9 3

1 0 6 .0

1 0 9 .5

1 0 9 .2

7 .2

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .............................................................. ................................................

3 0 8 7 -P

0 6 /9 3

1 0 6 .4

1 0 8 .5

1 0 8 .2

5 .9

-.3

C u s to m c o m p o u n d in g o f p u rc h a s e d re s in s a n d c o lo r c o n c e n tra te s .

3 0 8 7 -1

0 6 /9 3

1 0 6 .4

1 0 8 .5

1 0 8 .2

5 .9

-.3

8 .0

-.5

C u s to m c o m p o u n d in g o f p u rc h a s e d p lastic r e s in s ...................................................

3087

C u s to m c o m p o u n d in g o f p u rc h a s e d r e s in s ...............................................

3 0 8 7 -1 0 1

0 6 /9 3

1 0 7 .4

1 0 9 .9

1 0 9 .4

C o lo r c o n c e n t r a t e s .................................................................................................

3 0 8 7 -1 0 2

0 6 /9 3

(3)

1 0 4 .8

1 0 4 .8
1 0 4 .0

3 .2

.3
.4

0

(3)

0 6 /9 3

1 0 3 .3

1 0 3 .7

P rim a ry p ro d u c ts .........................

3 0 8 8 -P

0 6 /9 3

1 0 3 .4

1 0 3 .8

1 0 4 .2

3 .3

P la s tic p lu m b in g f ix t u r e s .....

3 0 8 8 -1

0 6 /9 3

1 0 3 .4

1 0 3 .8

1 0 4 .2

3 .3

.4

3 0 8 8 -1 0 1

0 6 /9 3

1 0 3 .4

1 0 3 .8

1 0 4 .2

3 .3

.4

0 6 /9 3

1 0 5 .3

10 6 .1

10 6 .1

5 .3

0

3 0 8 9 -P

0 6 /8 7

1 2 4 .3

1 2 5 .4

1 2 5 .4

5 .2

0

3 0 8 9 -1

0 6 /9 3

9 9 .8

1 0 0 .2

1 0 0 .2

.7

0

3 0 8 9 -1 0 1

0 6 /9 3

9 9 .8

1 0 0 .2

1 0 0 .2

.7

0

3 0 8 9 -2

1 2 /8 2

1 0 3 .6

1 0 6 .8

1 0 6 .8

5 .3

0
0

P la s tic p lu m b in g f ix t u r e s ..................

3088

P la stic p lu m b in g fixtu res .
P la stic p ro d u c ts n .e .c ......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ....................................................................................................................

3089

T ra n s p o rta tio n , fa b ric a te d p la s tic p ro d u c ts , e x c e p t fo a m a n d
re in fo rc e d p la s tic s ..................................... ..........................................................
T ra n s p o rta tio n , fa b ric a te d p la s tic p ro d u c ts , e x c e p t fo a m a n d
re in fo rc e d p l a s t ic s ............................................................................................
E le c tric a l a n d e le c tro n ic fa b ric a te d p la s tic p ro d u cts, e x c e p t fo a m
a n d re in fo rc e d p la s t ic s .......................................................................................
E le c tric a l a n d e le c tro n ic fa b ric a te d p la s tic p ro d u c ts , e x c e p t fo a m
a n d re in fo rc e d p la s t ic s .................................... .............................................
In d u strial m a c h in e ry p la s tic p ro d u c ts , e x c e p t f o a m ....................................
In d u strial m a c h in e ry p la s tic p ro d u c ts , e x c e p t fo a m ................................
P la s tic s p a c k a g in g , e x c e p t film a n d s h e e t, fo a m , a n d b o t t l e s ..............
T u b s (fo r fo o d ) a n d ja rs (fo r fo o d , c o s m e tic s , a n d to ile t g o o d s ) .....

3 0 8 9 -2 0 1

1 2 /8 2

1 0 3 .6

1 0 6 .8

1 0 6 .8

5 .3

3 0 8 9 -3

0 6 /9 3

1 0 4 .6

106 .1

10 6 .1

4 .5

3 0 8 9 -3 0 1

0 6 /9 3

1 0 4 .6

106 .1

10 6 .1

4 .5

0

3 0 8 9 -4

0 6 /9 3

10 9 .1

1 0 9 .3

1 0 9 .5

8 .7

.2

3 0 8 9 -4 0 2

0 6 /9 3

1 2 7 .6

1 2 5 .1

1 2 5 .1

1 7 .0

0

See footnotes at end of table.




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U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x
code

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u ct

b ase
M a r.

June

19952

C C
O _
C C
D
o »<
i •

In dustry

19952

Ju ly 1 9 9 4

June 1995

P la s tic p ro d u cts n .e .c .— C o n tin u e d
3 0 8 9 -4 0 3

0 6 /9 3

1 0 6 .4

1 0 7 .3

1 0 7 .3

8.1

0

3 0 8 9 -4 0 4

C a p s a n d c l o s u r e s ........................................................ ................................................

0 6 /9 3

1 1 0 .2

1 1 0 .2

.1

B lister a n d b u b b le fo rm e d p a c k a g in g , s h ipping b o x e s , a n d fo o d
1 1 0 .3

1 0 .7

3 0 8 9 -4 0 5

0 6 /9 3

1 0 5 .6

1 0 7 .0

1 0 7 .3

6.1

.3

3 0 8 9 -5

0 6 /9 3

1 0 4 .8

1 0 4 .8

1 0 4 .8

8 .7

.0

3 0 8 9 -5 0 1

0 6 /9 3

1 0 4 .8

1 0 4 .8

1 0 4 .8

8 .7

0

3 0 8 9 -6

0 6 /9 3

1 0 5 .5

1 0 6 .3

1 0 6 .2

6 .5

-.1

d i s h p a n s ............... ....................... ..............................................................................

3 0 8 9 -6 0 3

0 6 /9 3

9 8 .3

9 8 .6

9 8 .5

5 .9

-.1

F lo w e rp o ts , p la n te rs a n d a c c e s s o r ie s .................................................................

3 0 8 9 -6 0 4

0 6 /9 3

1 1 3 .6

1 1 3 .6

1 1 3 .6

1 1 .4

0

H o s p ita l a n d la b o ra to ry w a re , includin g p itc h e rs a n d f l a s k s ...................

3 0 8 9 -6 0 6

0 6 /9 3

1 0 2 .4

1 0 4 .6

1 0 4 .5

4 .7

-.1

O th e r c o n s u m e r, institutional a n d c o m m e rc ia l fa b ric a te d p ro d u cts ....

3 0 8 9 -6 0 8

0 6 /9 3

1 0 6 .8

1 0 7 .0

1 0 6 .9

6.1

-.1

3 0 8 9 -7

1 2 /8 2

9 9 .8

9 9 .8

1 0 0 .0

1 .8

.2

3 0 8 9 -7 0 1

1 2 /8 2

9 9 .8

9 9 .8

1 0 0 .0

1.8

.2

3 0 8 9 -8

0 6 /8 7

1 3 7 .3

1 4 0 .4

1 4 0 .4

8 .2

0

3 0 8 9 -8 0 2

0 6 /9 3

1 0 6 .8

109.1

109.1

4 .6

0

0 6 /9 3

1 0 4 .9

1 0 9 .7

1 0 9 .7

8.1

0

tra y s ..............................................................................................................................
O th e r p la s tic s p a c k a g in g ............................................................................................
P la s tic d in n e rw a re , ta b le w a re , a n d k itc h e n w a r e .................................................
P la s tic d in n e rw a re , ta b le w a re , a n d k it c h e n w a r e ............................................
C o n s u m e r, in stitutional a n d c o m m e rc ia l fa b ric a te d p lastic pro d u cts,
e x c e p t fo a m a n d w ire c o a t e d .............................. ...............................................
Utility, w a s te , a n d g a rb a g e c o n ta in e rs , including b u c k e ts a n d

P la stic fu rn itu re c o m p o n e n ts a n d fu rn ish in g s exc l. fo a m a n d
re in fo rc e d p las tic s .....................................................................................................
P la s tic fu rn itu re c o m p o n e n ts a n d fu rn ish in g s

excl. fo a m a n d

r e in fo rc e d p lastics .................................................................................................
Building a n d co n s tru c tio n fa b ric a te d p ro d u cts, e x c e p t fo a m , p lum bing,
re in fo rc e d p las tic s ......................... ...........................................................................
D o o rs, p artitions, m o ldings, w in d o w s , fra m e s a n d trim .............................

3 0 8 9 -8 0 3

S iding a n d a c c e s s o rie s , including soffit, fa s c ia , a n d skirts .....................

3 0 8 9 -8 0 4

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

0 6 /9 3

1 0 5 .8

106.1

1 0 6 .4

5 .8

.3

3 0 8 9 -A

F ittin g s a n d u n io n s ..... ...................................................................................................
R e in fo rc e d a n d fib e rg la s s p lastic pro d u cts, n .e .c ...............

0 6 /9 3

102.1

1 0 2 .6

1 0 2 .4

1.2

-.2
0

T ra n s p o r ta tio n ...................................................................................................................

3 0 8 9 -A 0 1

0 6 /9 3

1 0 1 .9

1 0 1 .9

1 0 1 .9

1.1

Building a n d c o n s tr u c tio n ...........................................................................................

3 0 8 9 -A 0 3

0 6 /9 3

1 0 4 .7

107.1

107.1

5 .0

0

3 0 8 9 -A 0 4

0 6 /9 3

1 02.1

1 0 2 .8

1 0 2 .2

.3

-.6

-.2

O th e r fa b ric a te d fib e rg la s s a n d re in fo rc e d p la s tic p ro d u c ts ...................

3 0 8 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ....................... .............................
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ........................................................................ ................................

3 0 8 9 -M

0 6 /9 3

1 3 4 .8

1 3 4 .8

1 3 4 .8

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .............................................................. ................................................

3 0 8 9 -S

0 6 /9 3

1 0 2 .8

1 0 2 .9

1 0 2 .7

(3)
2 .2

0

L e a th e r a n d le a th e r p r o d u c t s ................................ ........................................................................

31

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .8

1 3 4 .2

1 3 4 .2

3 .0

0

L e a th e r ta n n in g a n d fin is h in g .........................................................................................................

3 11

0 6 /8 1

187.1

187.1

186.1

7 .8

-.5

L e a th e r ta n n in g a n d f in is h in g ........................................................................................................

3111

0 6 /8 1

18 7 .1

18 7 .1

1 8 6 .1

7 .8

-.5

0 6 /8 1

187.1

1 8 6 .8

1 8 5 .8

7 .6

-.5

3 1 1 1 -P

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 1 1 1 -1

0 6 /8 1

7.1

-.7

3 1 1 1 -1 A

0 6 /8 1

1 9 0 .9

1 9 0 .3

1 8 8 .8

5 .6

-.8

B ag , c a s e , a n d strap l e a t h e r ...................................................................................

3 1 1 1 -1 3 4

0 6 /8 1

2 3 5 .9

2 3 5 .9

2 3 5 .9

8 .2

0

U p h o ls te ry le a t h e r ............................... ..........................................................................

3 1 1 1 -1 3 5

0 6 /8 1

2 0 9 .3

2 1 0 .0

2 0 7 .4

.7

-1 .2

U p p e r le a th e r, including p a t e n t ...............................................................................

3 1 1 1 -1 3 7

0 6 /8 1

176.1

1 7 4 .9

1 7 3 .5

4 .6

3 1 1 1 -1 3 7 1 1

0 6 /8 1

1 7 6 .9

1 7 5 .6

1 7 5 .2

4 .3

-.2

1 9 3 .8

1 9 0 .5

8 .2

-1 .7

F in is h e d c a ttle a n d kip le a t h e r .........................................................................................
G ra in s , e x c e p t o ffal a n d w eltin g l e a t h e r .................................................................

D re s s a n d c a s u a l s h o e , inclu ding all p a t e n t ................................................

3 1 1 1 -1 4 2

1 9 0 .2

1 8 8 .8

1 9 0 .2
,

-.8

B o o t a n d s h o e c u t s to c k a n d f in d in g s ............................................................ ..........................

2 3 2 .4

2 3 2 .0

8 .8

-.2

185.1

1 9 3 .5

1 9 3 .5

5 .4

0

0 6 /8 1

1 7 2 .2

1 7 8 .7

1 7 8 .7

5.1

0

0 6 /8 1

1 5 1 .9

1 4 7 .6

1 4 7 .6

3 .4

0

1 2 /8 4

1 2 8 .0

1 2 9 .7

1 2 9 .7

3 .9

0
0

313

B o o t a n d s h o e c u t s to c k a n d f in d in g s ......................................................................................

2 3 0 .7

3 1 1 1 -9

R e c e ip ts fo r c o n tra c t ta n n in g d o n e fo r o th e rs o n th e ir m a t e r ia ls ................

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

3 1 1 1 -3 3 1

G a r m e n t l e a t h e r ................................................................... ..............................................

0 6 /8 1

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

G a r m e n t l e a t h e r ..... .......................................................................................................
O th e r g r a i n s .............................................. .......................................................................
F in is h e d s h e e p a n d la m b l e a t h e r ............................................................ .......................

1 8 9 .9

3131

1 2 /8 4
3 1 3 1 -P

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

1 2 8 .0

1 2 9 .7

1 2 9 .7

3 .9

1 2 /8 4

1 3 0 .7

1 3 2 .6

1 3 2 .6

4 .3

0

O u te r s o le s a n d in n e rs o le s o f l e a t h e r ......................... ................................... ............

3 1 3 1 -1 1 6

1 2 /8 4

1 4 0 .2

1 4 5 .5

(3)

O th e r le a th e r c u t s t o c k .........................................................................................................

3 1 3 1 -1 3 1

1 2 /8 4

134.1

134.1

1 34.1

(3)
4 .0

N o n -le a th e r s to c k a n d fin d in g s incl. h e e l s .................................................................

3 1 3 1 -1 9 1

1 2 /8 4

1 2 5 .2

1 2 6 .0

1 2 6 .0

2 .0

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...... ................................................

3 1 3 1 -S M
1 2 /8 4

1 0 7 .5

1 0 7 .5

1 0 7 .5

0

0

1 2 /8 4

1 3 4 .8

1 3 5 .0

135.1

3 .0

.1

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .................................... ....................... ................... ........................

3 1 3 1 -S

F o o tw e a r, e x c e p t r u b b e r ........................................................................................... .......................

314

H o u s e s lip p e r s .......... .............................................................................................................................

3142

1 2 6 .5

4 .5

3 1 4 2 -P

0 6 /8 5

1 2 5 .4

1 2 6 .0

1 2 6 .0

4 .7

0

H o u s e s lip p e rs, e x c e p t s lip p er s o c k s ...........................................................................

0 6 /8 5

1 2 5 .0

1 2 5 .7

1 2 5 .6

4 .4

-.1

3 1 4 2 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 5

16 2 .1

1 62.1

16 2 .1

6 .7

0

M e n ’s ....................................................................................................................................

3 1 4 2 -1 1 1 3 3

0 6 /8 5

1 4 5 .7

1 4 5 .7

1 4 5 .7

3 .0

0

W o m e n ’s .................................................. .................... .....................................................

3 1 4 2 -1 1 1 4 4

0 6 /8 5

2 0 2 .6

2 0 2 .6

2 0 2 .6

1 3 .7

0

3 1 4 2 -1 2 2

0 6 /8 5

1 0 7 .6

1 0 8 .6

1 0 8 .5

2 .8

-.1

3 1 4 2 -1 2 2 3

1 2 /9 0

9 6 .3

9 7 .2

9 7 .2

3 .0

0

M e n ’s ................................................................................................................................

3 1 4 2 -1 2 2 3 4

1 2 /9 0

107.1

107.1

107.1

•3

0

W o m e n ’s .........................................................................................................................

3 1 4 2 -1 2 2 3 5

1 2 /9 0

9 5 .3

9 6 .3

9 6 .3

3 .4

0

3 1 4 2 -1 2 2 4

1 2 /9 0

1 1 9 .0

1 1 9 .0

()
3

()
3

()
3

3 1 4 2 -S

1 2 /9 0

1 1 9 .3

1 1 9 .3

1 2 1 .4

3 .2

1 .8

1 2 /8 0

1 6 0 .2

1 6 0 .3

1 6 0 .5

4.1

.1

F a b ric h o u s e slip p e rs ...................................................................................................

V inyl h o u s e s lip p e r s ......................................................................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...... ...................................................... .................................................
M e n ’s f o o t w e a r .......................................................................................................................................

3143

1 2 6 .4

0

3 1 4 2 -1

H o u s e slip p e rs , e x c e p t l e a t h e r .................................... ..............................................

1 2 5 .8

0

P rim a ry p ro d u c ts ...........................................................................................................................
L e a th e r h o u s e s lip p ers ............................................... ............................. .......................

0 6 /8 5

(3)

.1

P rim ary p r o d u c t s .............................................. .............. ....... .....................................................

3 1 4 3 -P

1 2 /8 0

1 6 0 .9

161.1

1 6 1 .3

3 .9

.1

M e n ’s s h o e s , e x c e p t a t h le t ic .............. ....................... ......................................................

3 1 4 3 -4

1 2 /9 3

1 0 4 .6

1 0 4 .7

1 0 4 .8

4 .0

.1

D re s s a n d c a s u a l ................................ ...............................................................................

3 1 4 3 -4 1 1

1 2 /9 3

1 0 4 .5

1 0 4 .8

1 0 4 .8

4 .2

0

B o o ts, d re s s a n d c a s u a l, e x c e p t w e s te rn s t y l e ............... ......... ........................

3 1 4 3 -4 2 1

1 2 /9 3

1 0 6 .8

1 0 6 .8

1 0 6 .8

4 .4

.0

W e s te r n sty le b o o t s ..........................................................................................................

3 1 4 3 -4 2 2

1 2 /9 3

1 0 1 .5

1 0 1 .5

1 0 1 .8

1 .5

.
3

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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In dustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t

code

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

base
M a r.

June

Ju ly

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1 995

M e n ’s fo o tw e a r — C o n tin u e d
W o rk o x f o r d s ...................................................... ..................................................................

3 1 4 3 -4 3 1

1 2 /9 3

1 0 6 .4

1 0 6 .4

1 0 7 .1

5.1

0 .7

W o rk s h o e s , a n k le h e ig h t o r h ig h e r ...........................................................................

3 1 4 3 -4 4 1

1 2 /9 3

1 06.1

1 0 6 .2

1 0 6 .3

5.1

.1

3 1 4 3 -M

1 2 /8 0

1 5 0 .7

1 5 0 .7

1 5 0 .7

8 .3

0

3 1 4 3 -Z 8 9

1 1 /8 3

1 2 3 .6

1 2 3 .6

1 2 3 .6

8 .3

0

3 1 4 3 -S

1 2 /8 0

1 5 4 .4

1 5 4 .4

1 5 4 .4

2 .0

0

1 2 8 .0

3 1 4 3 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .........................................................................................................
R e s a l e s .....................................................................................................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

1 2 /8 0

1 2 7 .9

1 2 8 .0

1 .0

0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .............................. ............................................................................................

3 1 4 4 -P

1 2 /8 0

1 2 5 .9

1 2 5 .9

1 2 6 .0

1 .0

.1

W o m e n ’s s h o e s , e x c e p t a t h l e t i c .....................................................................................

3 1 4 4 -4

1 2 /9 3

1 00.1

1 0 0 .2

1 0 0 .2

.9

0

3 1 4 4 -4 1 1

1 2 /9 3

1 0 2 .5

1 0 2 .5

1 0 2 .5

.4

0

D re s s a n d c a s u a l, e x c e p t s a n d a l s ............................................. ...............................

3 1 4 4 -4 2 1

1 2 /9 3

9 9 .6

9 9 .7

9 9 .7

.7

0

B o o ts , a n k le h e ig h t o r h ig h e r ........................................................................................

3 1 4 4 -4 4 1

1 2 /9 3

1 0 0 .7

1 0 0 .7

1 0 0 .7

.7

0

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ........... ...........................................

3 1 4 4 -S M
0
.1

W o m e n ’s f o o t w e a r .................................................................................... ...........................................

3144

S a n d a ls .....................................................................................................................................

3149

1 2 /8 0

1 7 2 .8

1 7 2 .8

1 7 2 .8

1 2 /7 9

3 1 4 4 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ............................... ................................................................................
F o o tw e a r, e x c e p t ru b b er, n .e .c ...................................................................... .................................

2 .4

1 4 6 .0

1 4 6 .4

1 4 6 .5

2.1

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 1 4 9 -P

1 2 /7 9

1 5 0 .2

1 5 0 .5

1 5 0 .7

2 .0

.1

Y o u th s ’ a n d b o y s ’ fo o tw e a r, e x c e p t a th le tic ...................................... ......................

3 1 4 9 -1

1 2 /7 9

149.1

1 4 9 .3

1 4 8 .0

-.4

-.9

1 2 /7 9

1 6 0 .0

1 6 0 .5

1 .5

.2

In fa n ts ’ a n d b a b ie s ’ f o o t w e a r ...........................................................................................

3 1 4 9 -4

1 2 /7 9

1 7 0 .7

1 7 1 .7

1 7 2 .4

5 .3

.4

A th le tic , e x c e p t ru b b e r s o le /fa b r ic u p p e r ..................................................................

3 1 4 9 -5

3 1 4 9 -3

1 2 /7 9

1 3 8 .8

1 3 8 .8

1 3 8 .8

0

0

C h ild re n ’s s h o e s a n d b o o ts , e x c e p t a th le tic ................... .........................................

1 6 0 .2

3 1 4 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .......................................................

3 1 4 9 -S

L e a th e r g lo v e s a n d m it t e n s ............................................................................................................

315

L e a th e r g lo v e s a n d m it t e n s ........................................ ...................................................................

3151

1 2 /7 9

1 5 0 .0

1 5 0 .0

1 5 0 .0

.5

0

0 6 /8 5

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

1 3 0 .7

1 3 1 .4

1 3 1 .3

3 .5

-.1
- .1

0 6 /8 5

1 3 0 .7

1 3 1 .4

1 3 1 .3

3 .5

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..................... ................................................................... .................................

3 1 5 1 -P

0 6 /8 5

1 3 5 .6

1 3 6 .6

1 3 6 .4

2 .9

-.1

A ll le a th e r d re s s a n d s e m id re s s g lo v e s a n d m itte n s ..........................................

3 1 5 1 -2

0 6 /8 5

1 2 9 .4

1 2 9 .8

1 2 9 .2

1.1

-.5

3 1 5 1 -2 2 2

-.4

0 6 /9 1

1 0 3 .7

1 0 4 .0

1 0 3 .6

1 .2

3 1 5 1 -7

0 6 /8 5

1 3 7 .8

1 3 9 .0

1 3 9 .0

3 .6

0

All g rain , e x c lu d in g w e ld e r s .................................... ......................................................

3 1 5 1 -7 8 1

0 6 /8 5

1 3 9 .8

1 4 0 .6

1 4 0 .5

3 .0

-.1

A ll split, e x c lu d in g w e l d e r s ............................................................................................

3 1 5 1 -7 8 3

0 6 /8 5

1 4 0 .2

1 4 1 .5

1 4 1 .5

4 .7

0

L e a th e r, e x c e p t all g rain a n d all split, in cluding w e ld e rs ..............................

3 1 5 1 -7 8 9

0 6 /8 5

1 3 1 .5

1 3 3 .8

1 3 3 .8

3 .6

0

3 1 5 1 -Z 8 9

0 6 /8 5

1 3 3 .4

1 3 3 .4

1 3 3 .4

8 .3

0

3 1 5 1 -S

0 6 /8 5

1 1 4 .4

1 1 4 .2

1 1 4 .3

3.1

.1

1 2 /8 4

1 1 9 .9

1 2 0 .2

1 2 0 .2

.5

0

1 1 9 .9

1 2 0 .2

A ll le a th e r d re s s a n d s e m id re s s g lo v e s a n d m it t e n s ..... .................................
All le a th e r w o rk g lo v e s a n d m i t t e n s ..............................................................................

3 1 5 1 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ..... .................................................
R e s a l e s ....................................................................................................................................
S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
L u g g a g e ......................................................................................................... .............. .............................
L u g g a g e ........................................................................ ........................................................... .................

316
3161

1 2 /8 4

1 2 0 .2

.5

0

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 1 6 1 -P

1 2 /8 4

1 1 9 .8

1 2 0 .3

1 2 0 .3

-.3

0

H a n d lu g g a g e .............................................................................................................................

3 1 6 1 -1

1 2 /8 4

1 1 2 .4

1 1 2 .6

1 1 2 .6

-1 .2

0

3 1 6 1 -1 1 3

1 2 /8 4

1 4 3 .6

1 4 3 .6

1 4 3 .6

-3 .2

0

3 1 6 1 -1 1 3 3 5

1 2 /8 4

1 4 6 .0

1 4 6 .0

1 4 6 .0

.3

0

3 1 6 1 -1 1 4

H a n d lu g g a g e , all ty p e s e x c e p t z i p p e r e d ...............................................................
F ra m e d , lo ck c o n s tru c tio n ............................................... ..........................................

1 2 /8 4

121.1

.7

0

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .9

1 2 1 .6
1 3 4 .8

1 2 1 .6

3 1 6 1 -2

1 3 4 .8

.8

0

O c c u p a tio n a l lu g g a g e c a s e s , s a m p le , b in o cu lar, a n d c a m e ra c a s e s .....

3 1 6 1 -2 5 3

1 2 /8 4

145.1

1 4 5 .2

1 4 5 .2

.6

0

T ru n k s , h a n d tru n k s a n d lo c k e r s ................................................................................

3 1 6 1 -2 6 3

1 2 /8 4

1 6 0 .3

1 6 0 .3

1 6 0 .3

5 .9

0

3 1 6 1 -2 7 3

Z ip p e re d h a n d lu g g a g e .......................... .........................................................................
L u g g a g e o th e r th a n h a n d lu g g a g e ........... .............................................. ......................

B rie fc a s e s a n d b a g s , sch o o l b a g s , e n v e lo p e s , c a ta lo g c a s e s , a n d
1 2 /8 4

1 4 3 .4

1 4 5 .0

1 4 4 .9

M u s ic a l in s tru m e n t c a s e s ......................................... .....................................................

3 1 6 1 -2 8 1

1 2 /8 4

1 2 3 .3

1 2 3 .3

1 2 3 .3

1.1

A tta c h e c a s e s ..................................................................................... ................................

3 1 6 1 -2 8 4

1 2 /8 4

1 2 1 .4

1 2 1 .4

O th e r lu g g a g e , in clu ding n o n -c a n v a s k n a p s a c k s ..............................................

3 1 6 1 -2 9 8

1 2 /8 4

(3)
5 .7

z ip p e re d ring b in d e r s ...............................................................................................

1 .6

-.1
0

1 2 2 .4

1 2 5 .2

(3)
1 2 5 .2

(3)

3 1 6 1 -M

1 2 /8 4

1 1 6 .8

1 1 6 .8

1 1 6 .8

4 .3

3 1 6 1 -Z 8 9

1 2 /8 4

1 1 6 .0

1 1 6 .0

1 1 6 .0

3 .6

0

3 1 6 1 -S

1 2 /8 4

1 2 2 .7

1 2 2 .7

1 2 2 .9

3 .0

.2
.1

0

3 1 6 1 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...... ................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ............................................................................................... .........
R e s a l e s ...................................................................................... ........................ ....................
S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s ............................................................ ..................................................

0

H a n d b a g s a n d o th e r p e rs o n a l le a th e r g o o d s ......................................... .............................

317

1 2 /8 4

1 2 2 .3

1 2 2 .6

1 2 2 .7

1.1

W o m e n ’s a n d c h ild re n ’s h a n d b a g s a n d p u r s e s ..................... .............................................

3171

0 6 /8 2

1 2 9 .2

1 2 9 .3

1 2 9 .3

1 .8

0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ............................................................................... ................... .......................

3 1 7 1 -P

0 6 /8 2

1 2 9 .8

1 3 0 .0

1 3 0 .0

2 .2

0

W o m e n ’s a n d c h ild re n ’s h a n d b a g s a n d p u r s e s .......... ...........................................

3 1 7 1 -5

0 6 /8 2

1 2 9 .8

1 3 0 .0

1 3 0 .0

2 .2

0

All o r c h ie fly l e a t h e r .............. ............................................................................................

3 1 7 1 -5 1 1

0 6 /8 2

1 3 3 .7

134.1

134 .1

.9

0

O th e r m a te ria ls , e x c e p t p re c io u s m e t a l s ........... ....................................................

3 1 7 1 -5 7 1

0 6 /8 2

1 2 0 .3

1 2 0 .3

1 2 0 .3

0

0

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 1 7 1 -S M

P e rs o n a l le a th e r g o o d s , e x c e p t w o m e n ’s h a n d b a g s a n d p u r s e s ...............................

0 6 /8 2

3172
3 1 7 2 -P

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................. ................... .....................................................

3 1 7 2 -5

1 3 5 .5

13 6 .1

1 3 6 .2

0

0 6 /8 2

1 3 7 .4

1 3 7 .7

1 3 7 .9

-.3

B illfolds, w a lle ts , F re n c h p u rs e s a n d c lu tc h e s , l e a t h e r ..............................

1 3 7 .3

1 3 7 .7

0 6 /8 2

1 4 0 .9

1 4 0 .8

1 4 0 .9

-1 ,7

3 1 7 2 -5 1 1

B illfolds, w a lle ts , F re n c h p u rs e s a n d c lu t c h e s ....................................................

0 6 /8 2

3 1 7 2 -5 A

P e rs o n a l le a th e r g o o d s , e x c e p t w o m e n ’s h a n d b a g s a n d p u r s e s ..................

0 6 /8 2

1 37.1

1 3 7 .0

137 .1

- 1 .7

1 3 7 .8

-.3

B illfo ld s a n d w a lle t s .................................................................. ................................

3 1 7 2 -5 1 1 1 1

0 6 /8 2

1 3 5 .3

13 5 .1

1 3 5 .3

-.1

F re n c h p u r s e s .............................................................................................................

3 1 7 2 -5 1 1 2 2

0 6 /8 2

1 3 4 .0

1 3 4 .0

1 3 4 .0

-7 .5

C l u t c h e s ...........................................................................................................................

3 1 7 2 -5 1 1 3 3

0 6 /8 2

1 4 3 .7

1 4 3 .7

1 4 3 .7

1.1

J e w e lry b o x e s a n d c a s e s ......................... ....................................... .............................

3 1 7 2 -5 5 3

1 2 /8 9

1 0 3 .4

O th e r p e rs o n a l g o o d s , l e a t h e r ........... ......................... .............................................

3 1 7 2 -5 9 6

0 6 /8 9

1 0 6 .7

(3)
1 0 9 .4

(3)
1 0 9 .4

(3)
3 .5

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0
0
(3)
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x
code

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u ct

base
M a r.

Ju n e

19952

19952

0 6 /8 2

1 3 4 .8

1 3 5 .0

0 6 /8 2

1 2 5 .0

1 3 0 .2

0 6 /8 5

1 3 0 .4

1 3 2 .0

0 6 /8 5

1 3 0 .4

1 3 2 .0

0 6 /8 5

1 3 3 .6

1 3 5 .0

C C
D —
C C
D
c *<n

In dustry

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

P e rs o n a l le a th e r g o o d s , e x c e p t w o m e n ’s h a n d b a g s a n d p u rs e s — C o n tin u e d
3 1 7 2 -5 9 7

O th e r p e rs o n a l g o o d s , e x c e p t l e a t h e r .....................................................................

1 3 5 .3

1 .3

0 .2

1 3 0 .6

6 .0

.3

1 3 2 .2

3 .8

.2

1 3 2 .2

3 .8

.2

1 3 5 .4

3 .5

3 1 7 2 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 1 7 2 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ............... ..............................................................................................
L e a th e r g o o d s , n .e .c ...................................................................................... ......................................

319

L e a th e r g o o d s , n .e .c .................................................................................. ..........................................

3199

.3

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 1 9 9 -P

L e a th e r g o o d s , e x c lu d in g industrial l e a t h e r ..............................................................

3 1 9 9 -A

1 2 /9 1

1 0 6 .8

1 0 7 .4

1 0 7 .8

3 .2

.4

3 1 9 9 -1 3 1

0 6 /8 5

1 3 6 .7

1 3 6 .7

1 3 8 .6

6 .6

1.4

3 1 9 9 -1 9 6

0 6 /8 5

1 2 1 .8

1 2 4 .3

1 2 4 .3

2 .4

0

3 1 9 9 -1 9 7

0 6 /8 5

1 3 0 .9

1 3 1 .3

1 3 1 .3

1.7

0

3 1 9 9 -B

1 2 /9 1

1 0 4 .8

1 1 3 .3

1 1 2 .4

8 .9

-.8
-.7

S a d d le ry a n d h a rn e s s a n d a c c o u te r m e n ts ............................................................
D o g co lla rs , le a s h e s a n d o th e r h o u s e h o ld p e t a c c e s s o rie s m a d e of
l e a t h e r .......................... ..................................................................................................
O th e r le a th e r g o o d s ....................................................................................................
In dustrial l e a t h e r .....................................................................................................................

0 6 /8 5

1 4 7 .5

1 5 9 .4

1 5 8 .3

8 .9

3 1 9 9 -M

0 6 /8 5

1 0 6 .7

1 1 0 .9

1 1 0 .9

3 .9

0

3 1 9 9 -Z 8 9

0 6 /8 5

8 4 .7

8 8 .0

8 8 .0

3 .9

0

3 1 9 9 -S

0 6 /8 5

1 3 7 .7

1 3 8 .6

1 3 7 .8

6 .6

-.6

3 1 9 9 -1 9 1

In dustrial le a th e r b e ltin g /in d u s tria l le a th e r p r o d u c ts ........................................

3 1 9 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .........................................................................................................
R e s a l e s ............................................................................................................... ....................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
S to n e , cla y , g lass, a n d c o n c re te p r o d u c t s .............................................................................

32

1 2 /8 4

1 2 3 .8

1 2 4 .5

1 2 4 .5

3 .7

0

F la t g la s s ................................................................................................................... ...............................

321

1 2 /8 0

1 1 7 .9

1 1 4 .9

1 1 5 .6

1.0

.6

F la t g la s s ............................................................. ................................................................ ....................

3211

.6

1 2 /8 0

1 1 7 .9

1 1 4 .9

1 1 5 .6

1 .0

3 2 1 1 -P

1 2 /8 0

1 1 9 .0

1 1 5 .8

1 1 6 .5

1.1

.6

O th e r fla t g las s, m a d e fro m g la s s p ro d u c e d in th e s a m e e s t a b lis h m e n t..

3 2 1 1 -4

1 2 /8 0

1 1 5 .2

1 0 4 .3

1 0 7 .2

- 2 .5

2 .8

R a w fla t g la s s o r w in d o w g la s s (flo a t, s h e e t a n d p l a t e ) ...... ............. ................

3 2 1 1 -5

1 2 /8 0

1 1 9 .4

1 2 4 .6

1 2 4 .4

6 .7

-.2

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ........... ..............................................................................................................

U p to a n d including .1 0 7 i n c h ......................................................................................

3 2 1 1 -5 1 2

1 2 /8 0

1 0 7 .5

1 0 9 .6

1 0 9 .3

(3)

.1 0 8 inch th ro u g h .1 3 4 inch ..........................................................................................

3 2 1 1 -5 1 3

1 2 /8 0

9 8 .5

1 0 2 .4

(3)

G la s s a n d g la s s w a re , p re s s e d o r b lo w n ..................................................................................
G la s s c o n ta in e rs ...................................................................................................................................

3221

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ............................................... ..........................................................................

3 2 2 1 -P

N a rro w n e c k a n d w id e m o u th c o n ta in e rs , e x . f o o d ...............................................

3 2 2 1 -A

1 0 0 .0

1 0 6 .0

1 2 4 .6

1 2 5 .4

1 2 5 .3

2 .7

0 6 /8 2

322

1 2 /9 4
1 2 /8 4

3 2 1 1 -5 1 5

O v e r .2 0 0 i n c h .............................................................. .......................................................

- .3

(3)
1 0 6 .0

(3)

1 2 7 .9

1 2 8 .6

1 2 8 .8

2 .4

.2

0 6 /8 2

1 2 8 .3

1 2 9 .0

1 2 9 .3

2 .5

.2

0

(3)

- .1

0 6 /9 5

(3)

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .3

(3)

3 2 2 1 -1 B

0 6 /9 5

1 0 0 .3

3 2 2 1 -1 1 5

0 6 /8 2

(3)
126 .1

1 0 0 .0

N o n -a lc o h o lic b e v e r a g e ...............................................................................................

126.1

12 6 .1

(3)
1 .6

B e e r .............................. ,......................................... ..............................................................

3 2 2 1 -1 1 6

0 6 /8 2

1 3 7 .7

1 3 7 .5

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 2 2 1 -1 1 6 6

0 6 /8 2

1 3 8 .9

1 3 8 .7

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 2 2 1 -2 1

0 6 /8 2

1 1 7 .0

117.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 3

1 3 1 .6

1 3 2 .5

1 3 2 .0

3.1

-.4

B e v e r a g e c o n ta in e rs .........................................................................................................

N o n - r e f illa b le ........... ................................................................................ ...................
N a rro w n e c k fo o d c o n ta in e r s .................................................... ..................................
P re s s e d a n d b lo w n g la ss , n .e .c ...........................................................................

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

3229

.3
.3
0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .........................................................................................................................

3 2 2 9 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 3 2 .6

1 3 3 .6

1 33.1

3 .2

-.4

T a b le , k itc h e n , art, a n d n o v e lty g la s s w a r e ...............................................................

3 2 2 9 -1

0 6 /8 3

140 .1

1 4 0 .6

1 4 0 .8

1 .5

.1

3 2 2 9 -1 2

0 6 /8 3

1 4 0 .3

1 4 0 .9

141.1

2 .7

.1

T u m b le rs (o n e p ie c e exc lu d in g p a c k e rs ’ t u m b le r s ) ......................................

3 2 2 9 -1 2 1

0 6 /8 3

118 .1

1 1 8 .2

1 1 8 .0

3 .9

-.2

T a b l e w a r e ......................................................................... ................................................

3 2 2 9 -1 2 3

0 6 /8 3

1 5 1 .3

1 5 3 .8

1 5 4 .2

C o o k w a re , o v e n w a re , k itc h e n w a re , a n d m ic ro w a v e o v e n g la s s ..........

3 2 2 9 -1 2 5

0 6 /8 3

1 3 8 .9

(3)

(3)

3 2 2 9 -1 2 8

0 6 /8 3

1 5 0 .7

1 5 0 .7

1 5 0 .7

-.1

0

3 2 2 9 -1 3

0 6 /8 3

1 5 4 .9

1 5 4 .9

1 5 4 .9

- 3 .4

0

3 2 2 9 -2

0 6 /8 3

1 2 9 .2

1 2 9 .2

1 2 9 .2

3 .3

3 2 2 9 -2 A

1 2 /9 1

1 0 9 .0

1 0 9 .0

1 0 9 .0

3 .3

0

3 2 2 9 -2 2 4

1 2 /9 1

1 0 4 .9

1 0 4 .9

1 0 4 .7

1.9

- .2

M a c h in e m a d e ta b le , kitc h e n , art, a n d n o v e lty g la s s w a r e ................ ..........

3 .4
(3)

.3
(3)

O rn a m e n ta l, d e c o ra tiv e , a n d n o v e lty g la s s w a re a n d s m o k e rs ’
a c c e s s o r ie s ............... ................................................. ......... ...................................
H a n d m a d e ta b le , k itc h e n , a rt, a n d n o v e lty g la s s w a r e ...... .............................
L ighting a n d e le c tro n ic g la s s w a r e ........... ......................................................................
M a c h in e -m a d e lig h tin g /e le c tro n ic g la s s w a r e ......................... .............. ..............
B o w ls a n d e n c lo s in g g lo b e s (in terio r a n d e x te rio r) .....................................

0

T .V . tu b e b la n k s a n d parts; tubing , c a n e , a n d g la s s p a rts fo r
3 2 2 9 -2 3 5

0 8 /8 3

1 2 3 .4

(3)

1 2 3 .5

4 .0

3 2 2 9 -2 C

0 6 /8 3

1 0 5 .7

1 0 5 .8

1 0 5 .8

1 .9

0

3 2 2 9 -3

e le c tro n ic tu b e s a n d d e v ic e s ...........................................................................

0 6 /8 3

1 0 9 .2

1 1 1 .2

1 0 9 .6

4 .6

-1 .4

3 .0

(3)

(3)

T ra n s fe rs a n d s h ip m e n ts o f p artia lly fa b ric a te d lig h tin g /e le c tro n ic
g l a s s w a r e ...................................... ................................................................................
G la s s fib e r-te x tile t y p e .................................................... .....................................................

3 2 2 9 -3 2 8

(3)
1 6 2 .6

1 0 7 .8

1 6 1 .6

1 6 2 .6

2 .6

0

1 2 /9 1

1 1 3 .2

1 1 3 .9

1 1 3 .9

2 .2

.0

1 2 /9 1

1 1 2 .6

1 1 3 .6

1 1 3 .6

3 .4

0

3 2 2 9 -4 C

1 2 /9 1

1 0 8 .5

1 0 9 .9

1 0 9 .9

2 .5

3 2 2 9 -M

1 2 /9 1

1 0 7 .6

3 2 2 9 -S

O th e r g la s s w a r e ........... ......................... ........................ ..............................................

1 0 7 .8

0 6 /8 3

3 2 2 9 -4 2 8

M a c h in e -m a d e g la s s w a re , n .e .c .......................................... ........ ................................

1 2 /9 1

3 2 2 9 -4
3 2 2 9 -4 A

O th e r te x tile -ty p e g la s s fib e r p ro d u cts, including m a t a n d y a r n ................
O th e r p re s s e d a n d b lo w n g la s s w a r e ..... ......................................................................

0 6 /8 3

107 .1

(3)
107.1

(3)
107.1

(3)
.1

0 6 /8 3

1 2 6 .6

1 2 7 .4

1 2 7 .7

2 .7

.2
.2

T ra n s fe rs a n d s h ip m e n ts o f p artially fa b ric a te d p re s s e d a n d blo w n
g la s s w a re , n . e . c . .......................................... ......... ...................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .........................................................................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ............... ...............................................................................................
P ro d u c ts o f p u rc h a s e d g l a s s ..........................................................................................................

323

P ro d u c ts o f p u rc h a s e d g l a s s ..........................................................................................................

3231

0 6 /8 3

0
(3)
0

1 2 6 .6

1 2 7 .4

1 2 7 .7

2 .7

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ................................... ................................................................. ....................

3 2 3 1 -P

0 6 /8 3

126 .1

1 2 6 .9

1 2 7 .2

2 .6

.2

L a m in a te d g las s , including p la te , flo a t, a n d s h e e t ..................... ..........................

3 2 3 1 -3

0 6 /8 3

1 0 2 .2

1 0 3 .2

1 0 2 .8

1 .3

-.4

F o r co n s tru c tio n a n d a rc h ite c tu ra l u s e s .................................................................

3 2 3 1 -3 2 1

0 6 /8 7

9 2 .6

9 4 .4

9 4 .6

1 0 .5

.2

F o r a u to m o tiv e u s e s ..........................................................................................................

-.7

3 2 3 1 -3 4 1

0 6 /8 7

1 0 0 .7

1 0 1 .7

1 0 1 .0

- 2 .1

O E M .............................................................. .......................................................................

3 2 3 1 -3 4 1 0 1

0 6 /8 7

94.1

9 4 .2

9 4 .2

- 2 .3

R e p l a c e m e n t .....................................................................................................................

3 2 3 1 -3 4 1 0 2

0 6 /8 7

1 2 0 .9

1 2 5 .0

1 2 1 .8

See footnotes at end of table.




77

(3)

0
- 2 .6

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In dustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t

code

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e
to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x
base
M a r.

June

Ju ly

19952

19952

19952

Ju ly 1 9 9 4

June 1995

P ro d u c ts o f p u rc h a s e d g la s s — C o n tin u e d
3 2 3 1 -3 6 9

0 6 /9 4

1 0 5 .9

1 0 5 .9

1 0 5 .9

5 .9

0

3 2 3 1 -5

0 6 /8 3

1 4 0 .6

1 4 2 .6

1 4 3 .0

4 .5

.3

F r a m e d m ir r o r s ............................................................................. .....................................

3 2 3 1 -5 2 1

0 6 /8 3

1 6 7 .7

1 7 0 .5

1 7 0 .5

3 .5

0

U n fra m e d m ir r o r s ..............................................................................................................

3 2 3 1 -5 4 1

0 6 /8 3

1 3 2 .5

1 3 4 .9

1 3 5 .9

8 .7

.7

A u to m o tiv e m ir r o r s .................................................................................... .......................

3 2 3 1 -5 7 1

0 6 /8 3

1 1 8 .6

1 1 8 .8

1 1 8 .8

-•1

0

3 2 3 1 -7

0 6 /8 3

1 3 7 .0

1 3 7 .0

1 3 7 .2

2 .6

.1

3 2 3 1 -7 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 3 8 .8

1 3 8 .8

1 3 9 .3

4 .3

.4

3 2 3 1 -7 1 1 0 3

0 6 /8 7

1 2 1 .7

1 2 1 .7

12 2 .1

5 .4

.3

3 2 3 1 -7 5 1

0 6 /8 3

1 4 5 .7

1 4 5 .8

1 4 5 .8

1 .9

0

F o r o th e r u s e s ...................................................................................... .............................
M irro rs, p la te a n d flo a t (d e c o ra te d o r u n d e c o r a t e d ) .........................................

P re s s e d a n d b lo w n g la s s w a re , m a d e fro m g la s s p u rc h a s e d o r
tra n s fe rre d fro m o th e r e s t a b lis h m e n t .................................................. .............
C o n s u m e r g la s s w a r e ......................................................................................................
M a c h in e m a d e .......................................................................... ....................................
O th e r g la s s w a re , in c ludin g scien tific, la b o ra to ry , industrial, e t c ................
O th e r g la s s p ro d u cts, m a d e fro m g la s s p u rc h a s e d o r tra n s fe rre d fro m
3 2 3 1 -8

0 6 /8 3

1 2 0 .2

1 2 0 .8

1 2 1 .4

2 .5

S ta in e d , le a d e d , a n d fa c e te d g la s s a n d c o lo re d g la s s s l a b s ...................

3 2 3 1 -8 2 1

0 6 /8 3

1 2 6 .3

1 2 6 .3

M u ltip le -g la z e d , s e a le d in su latin g g la s s u n i t s ...................................................

3 2 3 1 -8 7 1

0 6 /8 3

1 2 2 .6

1 2 1 .4

(3)
1 2 1 .4

(3)
3 .5

T e m p e re d g l a s s ................................................................................................................

3 2 3 1 -8 8

0 6 /8 7

9 8 .2

9 9 .0

99 .1

1 .5

.1

1 1 8 .2

1 1 8 .2

o th e r e s ta b lis h m e n ts ....................................................... ...........................................

.5
(3)
0

3 2 3 1 -8 8 1

0 6 /8 3

1 1 7 .9

-3 .2

-.3

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

3 2 3 1 -8 8 1 0 4

0 6 /8 7

9 5 .9

9 5 .4

9 5 .1

- 6 .4

-.3

R e p la c e m e n t ..............................................................................................................

3 2 3 1 -8 8 1 0 5

0 6 /8 7

1 5 0 .4

1 5 2 .4

1 5 2 .4

F o r co n s tru c tio n a n d a rc h ite c tu ra l u s e .............................................................

3 2 3 1 -8 8 3

0 6 /8 3

9 0 .9

93.1

9 3 .8

(3)
9 .7

.8

F o r o th e r u s e s ..............................................................................................................

3 2 3 1 -8 8 9

0 6 /8 3

1 4 3 .5

14 6 .1

1 4 6 .2

9 .8

.1

O th e r fla t g la s s p r o d u c t s ............................... ................... ..........................................

3 2 3 1 -8 9 8

0 6 /8 3

1 6 0 .9

1 6 3 .4

17 4 .1

1 7 .3

6 .5

3 2 3 1 -M

1 2 /8 3

1 3 4 .5

1 3 5 .3

1 3 7 .9

5 .8

1 .9

3 2 3 1 -X Y 9

0 6 /8 7

1 7 1 .5

1 7 1 .5

0

(3)
2 .7

F o r a u to m o tiv e u s e .....................................................................................................
OEM

0

3 2 3 1 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ......... ...........................................
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ......................................................................................................
C o n tra c t w o rk a n d o th e r m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts ...........................................

3 2 3 1 -Z 8 9

1 2 /8 3

1 1 6 .5

(3)
1 1 7 .4

1 2 0 .6

8 .2

S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s .......... .................................................................................................

3 2 3 1 -S

0 6 /8 3

124.1

1 2 5 .7

1 2 5 .3

3 .6

P la s tic p ro d u c ts , N . E . C .................................................................................................

3 0 8 9 -S

0 6 /9 4

1 1 2 .8

1 1 6 .0

(3)

R e s a l e s .................................................................................................................................

(3)

-.3
(3)

H y d ra u lic c e m e n t .

324

0 6 /8 2

1 2 3 .2

1 2 8 .5

1 2 8 .8

7 .7

.2

H yd ra u lic c e m e n t ................................................................................................................................

3241

0 6 /8 2

1 2 3 .2

1 2 8 .5

1 2 8 .8

7 .7

.2

0 6 /8 2

1 2 2 .7

1 2 8 .1

1 2 8 .3

7 .6

.2

0 6 /8 9

3 2 4 1 -P

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ............................................................................. ..........................................
C e m e n t, in clu d in g p o rtla n d c e m e n ts a n d o th e r c e m e n ts (m a s o n ry , lim e,

1 2 1 .3

1 2 6 .6

1 2 6 .8

7 .6

.2

N o r th e a s t r e g i o n .................................................................. .............................................

3 2 4 1 -3 2 2

0 6 /8 9

9 7 .8

1 0 7 .2

1 0 7 .6

1 0 .0

.4

N o rth C e n tra l r e g io n .......................................................... .............................................

3 2 4 1 -3 2 3

0 6 /8 9

1 2 2 .6

1 3 1 .6

1 3 2 .0

8 .6

.3

3 2 4 1 -3 2 3 1

0 6 /8 9

1 1 6 .1

1 2 3 .3

1 2 3 .3

6 .5

0

3 2 4 1 -3 2 3 2

0 6 /8 9

1 3 1 .4

1 4 2 .9

1 4 3 .8

1 1 .0

.6

3 2 4 1 -3 2 4

0 6 /8 9

1 4 1 .7

1 4 7 .7

1 4 8 .0

1 0 .8

.2

3 2 4 1 -3 2 4 1

0 6 /8 9

1 2 2 .2

1 2 9 .8

1 3 0 .0

1 2 .6

.2

3 2 4 1 -3 2 4 2

0 6 /8 9

1 3 6 .0

1 4 6 .2

1 4 6 .2

1 1 .9

0

3 2 4 1 -3 2 4 3

0 6 /8 9

16 1 .1

1 6 3 .4

1 6 3 .8

9.1

.2

3 2 4 1 -3 2 5

0 6 /8 9

1 0 2 .8

1 0 2 .2

1 0 2 .2

.3

0

1 2 /8 4

1 2 3 .9

1 2 5 .0

1 2 4 .9

2 .2

- .1

3 2 4 1 -3

e t c . ) ...................................................................................... ............... ................................

E a s t N o rth C e n tra l division, in clu d in g p o rtla n d c e m e n ts a n d o th e r
c e m e n ts (m a s o n ry , lim e, e tc ............................................................................
W e s t N o rth C e n tra l division, including p o rtla n d c e m e n ts a n d o th e r
c e m e n ts (m a s o n ry , lim e, e tc ............................................................................
S o u th r e g i o n ........................................................................................................................
S o u th A tla n tic division, including p o rtla n d c e m e n ts a n d o th e r
c e m e n ts (m a s o n ry , lim e, e t c . ) .......................................................................
E a s t S o u th C e n tra l division, in cluding p o rtla n d c m e n ts a n d o th e r
c e m e n ts (m a s o n ry , e t c . ) ........................ ..........................................................
W e s t S o u th C e n tra l division, in cludin g p o rtla n d c e m e n ts a n d o th e r
c e m e n ts (m a s o n ry , lim e, e t c ..........................................................................
W e s t re g io n ............................................................................................................. .............
S tru c tu ra l c la y p ro d u c ts .

325

B ric k a n d stru c tu ral c la y t i l e ................................................

3251

1 2 /8 4

1 2 7 .0

1 2 7 .6

1 2 7 .5

2 .3

- .1

3 2 5 1 -P

1 2 /8 4

1 2 8 .7

1 2 9 .2

12 9 .1

2 .4

- .1

3 2 5 1 -1

1 2 /8 4

1 2 8 .9

1 2 9 .3

1 2 9 .3

2 .5

0

3 2 5 1 -1 1 1

1 2 /8 4

1 2 9 .0

1 2 9 .5

1 2 9 .4

2 .5

- .1

B uilding o r c o m m o n brick ..............................

3 2 5 1 -1 1 1 0 1

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .5

13 5 .1

1 3 5 .0

1 .4

F a c e brick ..............................................................

3 2 5 1 -1 1 1 0 2

1 2 /8 4

1 2 7 .7

1 2 7 .9

1 2 7 .9

2 .7

- ;1
0

3 2 5 1 -1 1 9

1 2 /8 4

1 2 1 .9

1 2 1 .9

1 2 1 .9

.3

0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..............................................................
B rick, e x c e p t c e ra m ic g la z e d a n d re fra c to ry .
B uilding o r c o m m o n , a n d f a c e b r i c k .............

O th e r brick (p av in g , flo o r, a n d s e w e r) .........

0 6 /8 5

1 1 5 .4

1 1 8 .1

1 1 7 .7

2 .3

-.3

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ....................................................................

3 2 5 3 -P

0 6 /8 5

1 1 6 .9

1 2 0 .3

1 1 9 .7

2 .6

-.5

C la y flo o r a n d w a ll tile in cluding q u a rry t i l e ........

3 2 5 3 -1

0 6 /8 5

1 1 6 .9

1 2 0 .3

1 1 9 .7

2 .6

-.5

Q u a rry t i l e .........................................................................

3 2 5 3 -1 2

0 6 /8 5

1 0 7 .6

1 0 7 .6

1 0 7 .6

1 .8

0

G la z e d w all t i l e ...............................................................

3 2 5 3 -1 3

0 6 /8 5

1 2 1 .3

12 2 .1

1 2 2 .6

.8

.4

C e r a m ic w a ll a n d flo o r t i l e ........................................................

3253

3 2 5 3 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .

3 2 5 3 -M

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ..................................................

1 2 /8 5

1 2 0 .9

1 2 1 .7

1 2 1 .7

2 .4

0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ............................................. .........................................................................

3 2 5 5 -P

1 2 /8 5

1 2 0 .7

1 2 1 .7

1 2 1 .6

3 .0

- .1

B ricks a n d s h a p e s ...............................................................................................................

3 2 5 5 -1

1 2 /8 5

1 1 9 .5

1 1 9 .6

1 1 9 .5

1 .3

- .1

C la y re fra c to rie s .................................................................................................................................

3255

F ire c la y (in clu d in g s e m is ilic a ) brick a n d c la y e x c e p t s u p e r d u t y .............

3 2 5 5 -1 1 1

1 2 /8 5

1 1 3 .4

1 1 3 .9

1 1 3 .9

6 .3

0

H ig h a lu m in a inc. h igh a lu m in a la d le brick, 5 0 % a lu m in a a n d o v e r ....

3 2 5 5 -1 1 3

1 2 /8 5

1 2 0 .3

1 2 0 .3

1 2 0 .3

.6

0

B lo a tin g a n d s u p e rd u ty fire c la y brick a n d s h a p e s ........................................

3 2 5 5 -1 1 8

0 6 /9 1

1 0 3 .0

1 0 3 .0

3 2 5 5 -2

1 2 /8 5

1 2 4 .1

12 4 .1

(3)
12 4 .1

(3)
4 .2

3 2 5 5 -2 1 4

1 2 /8 5

1 2 1 .7

1 2 1 .7

1 2 1 .7

3 .0

3 2 5 5 -3

1 2 /8 5

1 2 1 .0

1 2 1 .0

1 2 1 .0

3 .9

0

3 2 5 5 -3 1 1

1 2 /8 5

1 1 5 .3

1 1 5 .3

1 1 5 .3

4 .5

0

1 2 /8 5

1 2 4 .1

U n s h a p e d c la y r e f r a c t o r ie s .............................................................................................

(3)
0

H ig h a lu m in a p la s tic re fra c to rie s a n d ra m m im g m ixes, 5 0 % a lu m in a
a n d o v e r ............... ........................................................... ..........................................
C a s ta b le re fra c to rie s (h yd ra u lic s e t t in g ) ........................ ..........................................
C a s ta b le re fra c to rie s , le s s th a n 5 0 % a lu m in a .......................... ......................
H ig h a lu m in a c a s ta b le r e f r a c t o r ie s .................................. ............. ........................
O th e r c la y re fra c to ry m a te ria ls so ld in lu m p o r g ro u n d f o r m ..... .................
H ig h a lu m in a m a te ria ls a n d ra w m a te ria ls , 5 0 % a lu m in a a n d o v e r .....

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

1 2 /8 5

1 1 5 .8

(3)
12 2 .1

(3)
12 2 .1

(3)
5 .4

3 2 5 5 -4 1 2

0 6 /9 1

1 0 3 .6

1 0 9 .2

1 0 9 .2

5 .4

See footnotes at end of table.




78

0

(3)
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x
In d u stry

P ro d u ct
code

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

In d ustry a n d p ro d u c t1

b ase
M a r.

June

July

19952

19952

19952

Ju ly 1 9 9 4

June 1995

1 2 /8 5

1 1 5 .8

1 1 5 .8

1 1 6 .2

0 .3

0 .3

P rim a ry p ro d u c ts .................................................. .......................................................................

3 2 5 9 -P

1 2 /8 5

1 1 7 .6

1 17.1

1 1 7 .9

.3

.7

V itrified c la y s e w e r p ip e a n d fittings .............................. ....................................... .......

3 2 5 9 -1

1 2 /8 5

1 2 1 .9

1 2 6 .6

1 2 6 .6

3 .9

0

O th e r s tru c tu ral c la y p ro d u cts, n .e .c ...............................................................................

3 2 5 9 -2

1 2 /8 5

1 0 9 .2

1 0 1 .0

1 0 2 .9

-5 .8

1.9

S tru ctu ra l c la y p ro d u cts , n .e .c .........................................................................................................

3259

O th e r s tru ctu ral c la y p ro d u cts incl te rra c o tta , d rain a n d flu e tile,

326

V itre o u s p lu m b in g f ix t u r e s .................... ...................................................... ....................................

3261

1 2 /8 5

1 1 5 .6

1 1 5 .8

1 1 5 .8

.2

0

1 2 /8 4

3 2 5 9 -2 9 8

co n d u it a n d a d o b e ....................................................................................................
P o tte ry a n d re la te d p r o d u c t s .........................................................................................................

1 2 8 .9

1 2 9 .0

1 2 9 .2

2 .7

.2

0 6 /8 5

1 2 0 .3

1 2 0 .8

1 2 0 .9

3 .2

.1

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 2 6 1 -P

0 6 /8 5

1 1 5 .5

1 1 6 .0

1 1 6 .1

3 .5

.1

P lu m b in g f i x t u r e s ...... ............................................................................ .................................

3 2 6 1 -1

0 6 /8 5

1 1 5 .2

1 1 5 .8

1 1 5 .9

3 .5

.1

1 0 5 .0

105 .1

2 .4

.1

4 .0

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

3 2 6 1 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 5

1 0 3 .7

W a te r c lo s e t b o w l s ............................................................................................................

3 2 6 1 -1 2 1

0 6 /8 5

1 2 5 .5

1 2 5 .7

1 2 5 .9

Flu sh t a n k s ....................................................................................................... ....................

3 2 6 1 -1 3 1

0 6 /8 5

1 0 5 .3

1 0 6 .2

(3)

L a v a to rie s , c h in a a n d e a r t h e n w a r e ..............................................

(3)

.2
(3)

O th e r c h in a p lu m b in g fixtu res incl. drin king fo u n ta in s , sinks,
3 2 6 1 -1 5 1

0 6 /8 5

1 2 9 .5

1 2 8 .8

1 .6

-1 .0

3 2 6 1 -2

0 6 /8 5

1 2 0 .4

1 2 0 .4

1 2 0 .4

3.1

0

C h in a a n d e a r th e n w a re plu m b in g fixtu re a c c e s s o rie s a n d f ittin g s ...........

3 2 6 1 -2 1 1

0 6 /8 5

1 2 0 .4

1 2 0 .4

1 2 0 .4

3.1

0

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 2 6 1 -S M
3 2 6 1 -S

0 6 /8 5

1 3 3 .5

1 3 3 .5

1 3 3 .5

1 .6

0

1 2 /8 3

14 8 .1

14 8 .1

1 4 9 .3

3 .3

.8

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ................................................................... ............. ........................................

3 2 6 2 -P

1 2 /8 3

1 4 5 .3

1 4 5 .3

1 4 6 .7

2 .7

1 .0

V itre o u s c h in a a n d p o rc e la in ta b le a n d kitc h e n a r t i c l e s ....................................

3 2 6 2 -1
.9

b id ets , e t c ........................................................................................................................
C h in a a n d e a r th e n w a re plu m b in g fixtu re a c c e s s o rie s a n d f it t in g s ...............

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
V itre o u s c h in a fo o d u t e n s ils ..........................................................................................................

3262

1 2 7 .5

3 2 6 2 -1 2

0 6 /9 1

1 1 1 .4

1 1 1 .4

1 1 2 .4

2 .6

H o u s e h o l d ............................................................................................................. ............

3 2 6 2 -1 2 2

0 6 /9 1

1 1 7 .7

1 1 7 .7

1 1 7 .7

4 .0

0

H o te l o r c o m m e rc ia l .......................... ................................... .......... ...........................

3 2 6 2 -1 2 3

0 6 /9 1

1 0 8 .8

1 0 8 .8

1 1 0 .3

2.1

1 .4

3 2 6 2 -S

1 2 /8 3

1 6 0 .4

1 6 0 .4

1 6 0 .4

5 .9

0

1 2 /8 5

1 2 2 .3

1 2 2 .0

1 2 2 .3

3 .0

.2

3 2 6 4 -P

1 2 /8 5

1 2 1 .6

1 2 1 .2

1 2 1 .6

3 .2

.3

3 2 6 4 -2

0 6 /9 1

T a b le a n d k it c h e n w a r e .......................................................................... ..........................

3 2 6 2 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................... .....................................................
P o rc e la in e le c tric a l s u p p l ie s ...........................................................................................................

3264

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

F e rrite s (including e le c tro n ic a p p lic a tio n s )............................................................

1 0 4 .8

1 0 4 .8

1 0 4 .8

7 .7

0

3 2 6 4 -3

0 6 /9 1

1 0 7 .3

1 0 6 .7

1 0 7 .2

.8

.5

3 2 6 4 -3 2

P o rc e la in e le c tric a l p ro d u c ts (e x c e p t s te a tite , alu m in a , fe rrite , e t c ) .............
A d v a n c e d c e ra m ic m a te r ia ls ........... .............................. ..................................................

0 6 /9 1

1 0 7 .2

1 0 6 .2

1 0 7 .2

.3

.9

3 2 6 4 -3 2 2

0 6 /9 1

1 0 9 .4

1 0 9 .4

1 0 9 .4

.8

0

A lu m in a m a te ria ls fo r e le c tro n ic a p p lic a tio n s ......................................................

3 2 6 4 -3 3

1 2 /8 5

1 1 2 .5

1 1 2 .3

1 1 2 .3

1 .4

0

B eryllia, tita n a te , a n d o th e r c e ra m ic c o m p o n e n ts , n .e .c .................................

3 2 6 4 -3 4

1 2 /8 5

1 1 7 .8

1 1 7 .8

1 1 7 .8

0

0

1 2 /8 5

1 3 1 .0

1 3 2 .2

13 1 .1

.8

-.8

1 2 /8 3

1 3 9 .6

1 3 9 .6

1 3 9 .6

1.8

0

1 2 /8 3

1 4 2 .2

142.1

1 4 2 .2

1 .6

.1

2 .7

.1

O th e r ferrites, including e le c tro n ic a p p lic a tio n s .............................................

3 2 6 4 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ................................... ...................

3 2 6 4 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
P o tte ry p ro d u c ts , n .e .c ., including e a rth e n w a re (s e m iv itre o u s ) ta b le a n d
k it c h e n ...............................................................................................................................................

3268
3 2 6 8 -P

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................... ..............................

3 2 6 8 -1

1 3 8 .2

1 3 8 .4

1 2 /8 3

1 3 8 .2

C h in a a n d p o rc e la in .......................................................................... ..............................

3 2 6 8 -1 1 1

1 2 /8 3

1 3 6 .9

1 3 6 .9

1 3 6 .9

3.1

E a rth e n w a re a n d s t o n e w a r e ..................................... ..................................................

3 2 6 8 -1 3 1

1 2 /8 3

1 3 7 .7

1 3 7 .7

1 3 8 .0

2 .5

.2

S to n e w a re a n d e a rth e n w a re (sem iv itre o u s ) ta b le a n d kitc h e n a r t i c l e s .....

3 2 6 8 -2

1 2 /8 3

1 4 3 .8

1 4 3 .5

1 4 3 .5

.7

.0

O th e r p o tte ry p ro d u cts, n .e .c ............................ ........................................... ............ ........

3 2 6 8 -3

1 2 /8 3

1 5 7 .0

1 5 7 .0

1 5 7 .0

.7

0

1 2 /8 3

1 6 3 .3

1 6 3 .3

1 6 3 .3

0

0

0 6 /9 1

1 16.1

1 16.1

1 1 6 .1

4 .8

0

A rt, d e c o ra tiv e a n d n o v e lty p o t t e r y ................................................................................

0

A ll o th e r p o tte ry pro d u cts, includ ing p yro m e tric c o n e s , v e rita s rings
3 2 6 8 -3 1 5

e t c .............................................................. ................................................... ....................

3 2 6 8 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 2 6 8 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .................................... ..........................................................................
C o n c re te , g yp s u m , a n d p la s te r p r o d u c t s .......... ...........................................

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

C o n c re te b lo ck a n d b r ic k .................................................................................................................
Prim a ry p ro d u cts .................................................................................................. .............. ........
C o n c r e te b lo c k a n d c o n c re te b r ic k ............................................................. ..................

327

1 2 /8 4

1 2 2 .9

1 2 3 .7

1 2 3 .7

4 .8

0

32 7 1

0 6 /8 1

1 3 6 .2

1 3 8 .7

1 3 8 .9

3 .6

.1

3 2 7 1 -P

0 6 /8 1

1 4 1 .3

144.1

1 4 4 .0

3 .9

-.1

3 2 7 1 -1

0 6 /8 1

1 4 1 .3

144.1

1 4 4 .0

3 .9

- .1

3 2 7 1 -1 1

0 6 /8 1

1 4 1 .9

1 4 5 .0

1 4 4 .9

3 2 7 1 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 1

1 4 3 .9

1 4 7 .3

1 4 7 .4

4 .3

.1

3 2 7 1 -1 1 1 0 1

1 2 /8 7

113.1

1 2 0 .7

1 2 0 .2

6 .7

-.4

C o n c r e te blo ck: light, m ed iu m , a n d n o rm a l (exclu d in g d e c o ra tiv e a n d
p a v in g ) ........................................................................... ..................................................
c o n c re te b lo c k a n d brick, e x c e p t d e c o ra tiv e a n d p avin g .........................
N o rth A tla n tic lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ............................... ..........................................

3 .9

-.1

3 2 7 1 -1 1 1 0 2

1 2 /8 7

1 1 9 .3

1 1 9 .9

1 2 0 .5

3 .7

.5

S o u th A tla n tic lig h tw e ig h t b lo c k ..........................................................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 1 0 3

1 2 /8 7

1 2 1 .6

12 3 .1

1 2 3 .5

3 .7

.3

S o u th C e n tra l lig h tw eig h t b l o c k ................ ....................... .................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 1 0 4

1 2 /8 7

1 1 6 .6

1 1 9 .6

1 1 9 .7

8 .5

.1

W e s te r n lig h tw e ig h t b lo c k ......................................................................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 1 0 5

1 2 /8 7

1 0 6 .0

1 0 6 .0

1 0 6 .0

- 2 .5

0

N o rth C e n tra l lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ...........................................................................

M e d iu m w e ig h t c o n c re te blo ck, fro m 1 0 5 lbs. b u t <

1 2 5 Ib s ./c f dry
3 2 7 1 -1 1 5

0 6 /8 1

1 38.1

1 4 0 .4

1 4 0 .9

3 .8

.4

N o rth A tla n tic m e d iu m w e ig h t b l o c k ................................................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 5 0 1

1 2 /8 7

1 0 7 .5

1 0 7 .9

1 0 9 .5

2 .3

1 .5

w e i g h t ................................................................................................... ......................
N o rth C e n tra l m e d iu m w e ig h t b lo c k .................................................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 5 0 2

1 2 /8 7

1 0 7 .6

1 1 2 .0

1 1 2 .7

5 .5

.6

S o u th A tla n tic m e d iu m w e ig h t b l o c k ................................................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 5 0 3

1 2 /8 7

1 1 7 .3

1 2 0 .0

1 1 9 .2

1 0 .0

-.7

W e s te rn m e d iu m w e ig h t b lo c k ............................................................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 5 0 5

1 2 /8 7

1 1 0 .0

1 1 0 .0

1 1 0 .0

1 .6

0

3 2 7 1 -1 1 7

0 6 /8 1

1 4 1 .5

1 4 4 .7

1 4 3 .9

3 .5

-.6
-1 .0

N o rm a l w e ig h t c o n c re te blo ck, 1 2 5 lbs. o r m o r e /c f dry w e i g h t ...........

3 2 7 1 -1 1 7 0 1

1 2 /8 7

1 0 9 .7

1 1 5 .8

1 1 4 .6

4 .8

N o rth C e n tra l n o rm a l w e ig h t b lo c k ..................................................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 7 0 2

1 2 /8 7

1 1 7 .8

1 1 8 .4

1 1 8 .7

2 .6

.3

S o u th A tla n tic n o rm a l w e ig h t b lo c k .................................................................

N o rth A tla n tic n o rm a l w e ig h t b l o c k ............... ..................................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 7 0 3

1 2 /8 7

1 2 6 .7

1 3 0 .8

1 2 9 .0

5 .0

- 1 .4

S o u th C e n tra l n o rm a l w e ig h t b l o c k ................ ............. ...................................

3 2 7 1 -1 1 7 0 4

1 2 /8 7

1 1 6 .5

1 1 7 .8

1 1 7 .6 ,

2 .9

-.2

W e s te r n n o rm a l w e ig h t b l o c k .................................................................. ..........

3 2 7 1 -1 1 7 0 5

1 2 /8 7

1 0 6 .8

1 0 6 .8

1 0 6 .8

1 .6

0

See footnotes at end of table.




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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x
In d u stry

P ro d u c t

In d e x

code

In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

code

base

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —
M a r.

June

July

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

C o n c re te b lo c k a n d b ric k — C o n tin u e d
D e c o ra tiv e b lo c k (s u ch a s s c re e n b lo ck, split blo ck, slu m p b lo ck,
s h a d o w a l b lo c k, e t c . ) .............................................................................. .....

3 2 7 1 -1 2 1

0 6 /8 1

1 3 2 .9

1 3 2 .5

1 3 2 .6

3 .9

C o n c r e te b r i c k ..................................................................... .......................................

3 2 7 1 -1 5 1

0 6 /8 1

1 3 6 .3

1 4 0 .0

1 3 9 .8

4 .6

P a v in g b l o c k s ..................... ............. ..........................................................................

3 2 7 1 -1 6 1

0 6 /8 1

1 4 0 .3

(3)

1 4 1 .5

.9

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .............................................

0.1

3 2 7 1 -S M

- .1
(3)
.2

3 2 7 1 -M

0 6 /8 1

1 1 4 .9

1 1 6 .2

1 1 6 .4

2 .8

C o n tra c t w o rk a n d o th e r m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......... ..........................

3 2 7 1 -X Y 9

0 6 /8 1

1 3 2 .9

1 3 2 .9

1 3 2 .9

0

0

R e s a l e s .................................... ....................................... .............................................

3 2 7 1 -Z 8 9

0 6 /8 1

1 1 3 .8

1 1 5 .3

1 1 5 .5

3.1

.2

3 2 7 1 -S

0 6 /8 1

1 3 5 .6

1 3 9 .4

1 4 2 .3

-.7

2.1

1 2 /7 9

1 4 3 .3

144 .1

1 4 4 .5

3 .3

.3
.2

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .......................................... ...................................................

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ............... ...................... .........................................................
C o n c r e te p r o d u c t s .............................................................................................................................

3272

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -P

1 2 /7 9

1 3 9 .4

1 4 0 .3

1 4 0 .6

3.1

C o n c r e te p ip e ................................................................................................ ........................

3 2 7 2 -1

1 2 /7 9

1 3 0 .4

1 2 9 .9

1 3 0 .3

4 .0

C o n c r e te p re s s u re p i p e .................................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -1 3

1 2 /8 6

1 0 5 .7

C u lv e rt a n d s to rm s e w e r p ip e ......... ..........................................................................

3 2 7 2 -1 6

1 2 /8 0

(3)
1 1 5 .7

(3)
1 1 5 .7

(3)
6 .4

1 1 4 .9

.3
(3)
0

R e in f o r c e d .......................... ............................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -1 6 1

1 2 /7 9

1 2 0 .8

1 2 1 .7

1 2 1 .7

7 .0

0

N o n re in fo rc e d .................................. ..............................................................................

3 2 7 2 -1 6 2

1 2 /7 9

1 9 7 .2

1 9 7 .9

1 9 7 .9

2 .3

0
.8

3 2 7 2 -1 7

1 2 /8 0

1 5 3 .9

1 4 5 .1

1 4 6 .3

2 .2

R e in f o r c e d ......................................... ................................ ............................................

3 2 7 2 -1 7 1

1 2 /7 9

1 6 8 .0

1 5 8 .3

1 5 9 .7

2 .2

.9

O th e r c o n c re te p i p e ................................... ....................................................................

3 2 7 2 -1 9 8

0 6 /9 4

1 0 0 .4

1 0 0 .4

1 2 /7 9

1 5 4 .3

1 5 5 .3

(3)
1 5 5 .8

(3)
2 .6

(3)
.3
0

S a n ita ry s e w e r p i p e ........... ........................................................ ................... ................

3 2 7 2 -2

P re c a s t c o n c re te p ro d u cts ...............................................................................................
S la b s a n d t i l e .....................................................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -2 1 3

0 7 /8 5

1 2 2 .5

1 2 3 .5

1 2 3 .5

.7

J o is ts a n d b e a m s ..............................................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -2 1 7

0 6 /9 4

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

0

0

W a ll p a n e l s ..........................................................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -2 2 3

1 1 /8 4

1 2 2 .7

1 2 2 .7

1 2 4 .5

2 .6

1 .5

Pilings, p o s ts

3 2 7 2 -2 2 5

0 6 /9 4

1 0 1 .0

1 0 1 .8

1 0 1 .8

1 .8

0

3 2 7 2 -2 2 7

a n d p o le s .......... ....................................................................................

0 6 /9 4

1 0 3 .2

1 0 4 .0

1 0 4 .0

4 .0

0

(3)
2 .8

(3)
.1

C a s t s to n e p ro d u c ts fo r a rc h ite c tu ra l p u rp o s e s (e x c e p t a rc h ite c tu ra l
w a ll p a n e ls ) ................................................................................................................
P re fa b ric a te d b uilding sy s te m s , p rim arily c o n c re te , sold a s c o m p le te
u n i t s ................................... .............. ............................. ................................................

3 2 7 2 -2 2 8

0 6 /9 4

1 0 2 .4

1 0 2 .4

O th e r p re c a s t c o n c re te co n s tru c tio n o r b uilding p r o d u c ts .........................

3 2 7 2 -2 2 9

0 6 /9 4

1 0 1 .6

1 0 2 .3

(3)
1 0 2 .4

B u rial v a u lts a n d b o x e s .................................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -2 3 4

1 2 /7 9

1 6 6 .5

1 6 6 .5

1 6 6 .5

3 .4

0

C o n c re te s e p tic t a n k s ....................................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -2 6 1

1 2 /7 9

1 6 4 .6

1 6 7 .6

16 8 .1

4 .3

.3

O th e r p re c a s t c o n c re te p r o d u c ts ........................ .....................................................

3 2 7 2 -2 8 1

1 2 /7 9

1 4 7 .8

1 5 0 .5

1 5 0 .5

3 .4

0

3 2 7 2 -3

1 2 /7 9

1 3 0 .3

1 3 1 .3

1 3 1 .3

2 .7

0

3 2 7 2 -3 1 1

1 2 /7 9

1 1 5 .7

1 1 7 .3

1 1 7 .1

.9

-.2
- 1 .8
.5

P re s tre s s e d c o n c re te pro d u cts, e x c lu d in g p ip e ...................................................
T e e s a n d c h a n n e l s ..................... ....................................................................................
Pilings, b ea rin g a n d s h e e t p i l e s ................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -3 2 3

0 6 /9 4

1 0 0 .0

1 0 1 .2

9 9 .4

-1 .5

C o n c re te b rid g e b e a m s .................................................................................................

3 2 7 2 -3 2 5

1 2 /7 9

1 1 7 .0

1 1 7 .3

1 1 7 .9

7 .0

J o ists, g ird ers a n d b e a m s ........................................................ ...................................

3 2 7 2 -3 2 7

0 6 /9 4

1 0 3 .2

1 0 3 .1

1 0 3 .3

.1

.2

S o lid a n d h o llo w c o re d p a n e ls .............. ....................................................................

3 2 7 2 -3 3 1

1 2 /7 9

1 5 7 .2

1 5 8 .4

1 5 9 .0

4 .3

.4

O th e r p re s tre s s e d c o n c re te p ro d u c ts , exclu d in g p i p e s ...............................

3 2 7 2 -3 9 8

0 6 /9 4

1 0 2 .4

1 0 2 .7

1 0 2 .7

2 .5

0

3 2 7 2 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ....................................................

3 2 7 2 -M

C o n tr a c t w o rk a n d o th e r m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...............

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

1 2 /7 9

18 8 .1

1 8 8 .4

1 8 8 .4

4 .4

0

3 2 7 2 -X Y 9

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ............................... ......................................................................

1 2 /7 9

3 6 0 .6

3 6 0 .6

3 6 0 .6

5 .3

0

3 2 7 2 -Z 8 9

1 2 /7 9

1 2 4 .3

1 2 4 .7

1 2 4 .7

3 .8

3 2 7 2 -S

R e s a l e s ...................................................................... ...........................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...... ......................................................................................................

0

1 2 /7 9

1 7 2 .2

1 7 4 .5

1 7 6 .5

5 .4

1.1

0 6 /8 1

1 3 0 .4

1 3 1 .2

1 3 1 .4

4 .5

.2

0 6 /8 1

1 2 9 .4

13 0 .1

1 3 0 .3

4 .2

.2

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 1

1 2 9 .4

130.1

1 3 0 .3

4 .2

.2

3 2 7 3 -1 11A

1 2 /8 7

1 04.1

1 0 3 .6

1 0 3 .6

.8

0

N e w E n g la n d re a d y -m ix e d c o n c r e t e ...............

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 0 1

1 2 /8 7

1 0 4 .0

1 0 3 .0

1 0 3 .0

.8

0

M id A tla n tic re a d y -m ix e d c o n c re te .................

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 0 2

R e a d y -m ix e d c o n c r e t e ..................................................................

3273
3 2 7 3 -P

P rim ary p r o d u c t s .............................................. ......................
R e a d y -m ix e d c o n c r e t e ..... ...................................... .......
N o rth e a s t reg io n re a d y -m ix e d c o n c re te ...........

1 2 /8 7

1 0 4 .2

1 0 3 .9

1 0 3 .9

.8

0

3 2 7 3 -1 11B

1 2 /8 7

1 1 9 .8

1 1 8 .9

1 1 9 .0

5 .0

.1

E a s t N o rth C e n tra l re a d y -m ix e d c o n c re te ..

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 0 3

1 2 /8 7

123.1

1 2 2 .8

1 2 2 .9

5 .7

.1

W e s t N o rth C e n tra l re a d y -m ix e d c o n c re te .

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 0 4

1 2 /8 7

1 1 4 .3

1 1 2 .5

1 1 2 .5

3 .7

0

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 C

1 2 /8 7

1 2 7 .5

1 2 9 .7

13 0 .1

5 .3

.3

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 0 5

N o rth C e n tra l reg io n re a d y -m ix e d c o n c re te ...

S o u th e rn re g io n re a d y -m ix e d c o n c r e t e .............

1 2 /8 7

1 2 7 .8

1 3 0 .0

1 3 1 .0

7 .2

.8

W e s t S o u th C e n tra l re a d y -m ix e d c o n c re te .

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 0 6

1 2 /8 7

1 2 7 .5

130 .1

1 2 9 .9

3 .8

-.2

E a s t S o u th C e n tra l re a d y -m ix e d c o n c re te ...

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 0 7

1 2 /8 7

1 2 6 .5

1 2 7 .4

1 2 7 .4

4 .9

0

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1D

1 2 /8 7

1 1 2 .7

1 1 2 .3

1 1 2 .4

2 .6

.1

S o u th A tla n tic re a d y -m ix e d c o n c r e t e .............

W e s te r n reg io n re a d y -m ix e d c o n c r e t e ..............
........

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 0 8

1 2 /8 7

1 1 2 .6

1 1 1 .1

1 11.1

3 .3

0

P a c ific re a d y -m ix e d c o n c r e t e .............................

3 2 7 3 -1 1 1 0 9

1 2 /8 7

1 1 2 .7

1 1 3 .0

1 1 3 .2

2 .3

.2

M o u n ta in re a d y -m ix e d c o n c r e t e ...........

3 2 7 3 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ......... .........................................

3 2 7 3 -M

0 6 /8 1

1 3 4 .6

1 3 4 .6

1 3 4 .6

1 0 .6

0

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ........................................................

3 2 7 3 -S

0 6 /8 1

1 3 9 .7

1 4 3 .4

1 4 3 .4

5 .0

0
.4

1 2 /8 5

1 1 1 .6

1 1 2 .4

1 1 2 .9

2 .3

3 2 7 4 -P

1 2 /8 5

1 1 2 .6

1 1 3 .5

11 4 .1

2 .6

.5

Q u ic k lim e ...........................

3 2 7 4 -1 1 1

1 2 /8 5

1 1 2 .2

1 1 2 .6

1 1 3 .3

2 .6

.6

1 2 /8 5

1 1 2 .4

1 1 5 .2

1 1 5 .7

4 .8

.4

3274

L im e .
P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ................
H y d ra te d l i m e ...................

3 2 7 4 -1 5 1

D e a d -b u rn e d d o lo m ite .

3 2 7 4 -1 7 1

1 2 /8 5

1 1 0 .7

1 1 2 .5

1 1 2 .5

-7 .6

0

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .....

3 2 7 4 -S

0 8 /9 2

9 9 .3

9 9 .3

9 9 .3

0

0

G y p s u m p r o d u c t s ..........................

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

P rim a ry p ro d u c ts ...............
G y p s u m build in g m a t e r ia ls ...................
P la s te r build in g b o a rd s a n d la th s .
B u ild in g b o a r d s .............................
R e g u la r g y p s u m b o a r d s ............

0 6 /8 1

1 4 8 .0

1 4 8 .3

1 4 5 .5

1 0 .8

-1 .9

3 2 7 5 -P

0 6 /8 1

150 .1

1 5 0 .4

1 4 7 .5

1 0 .4

-1 .9

3 2 7 5 -5

1 2 /9 3

1 3 5 .6

1 3 5 .9

1 3 3 .3

1 0 .2

- 1 .9

3 2 7 5 -5 1

1 2 /9 3

1 3 7 .0

1 3 7 .2

1 3 4 .5

(3)

-2 .0

3 2 7 5 -5 1 1

1 2 /9 4

1 0 5 .6

1 0 5 .7

1 0 3 .6

- 2 .0

3 2 7 5 -5 1 1 1

1 2 /9 3

1 4 4 .5

1 4 4 .6

1 4 1 .9

(3)
1 3 .4

3275

See footnotes at end of table.




80

- 1 .9

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In dustry

P ro d u ct

In d e x

code

In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

base

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —
M a r.

Ju n e

July

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

G y p s u m p ro d u c ts — C o n tin u e d
3 2 7 5 -5 1 1 1 1

1 3 8 .9

1 3 9 .3

1 3 6 .8

1 2 .6

- 1 .8

1 2 /9 3

1 3 4 .0

1 3 4 .4

1 3 1 .4

3 2 7 5 -5 1 1 2 1

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

T y p e X g y p s u m b o a r d ..........................................................................................

0 6 /8 1

3 2 7 5 -5 1 1 2

1 / 2 In ch g y p s u m b o a r d .......................................................................................
Building b o a rd s exc l. re g u la r g y p s u m b o a r d .......................

0 6 /8 1

1 4 3 .3

1 4 2 .4

1 3 9 .4

(3)
9 .3

-2 .1

-2 .2

C u t s to n e a n d s to n e p r o d u c ts ..................................................................................... .................

328

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .8

1 3 4 .2

1 3 4 .2

1.8

0

C u t s to n e a n d s to n e p r o d u c ts ........... ...................................................................... .....................

3281

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .8

1 3 4 .2

1 3 4 .2

1,8

0

1 2 /8 4

1 3 4 .0

1 3 4 .4

1 3 4 .4

1.8

0

1 2 /8 4

1 2 5 .3

1 2 5 .9

1 2 5 .9

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ............................................... ........................................................ .................

3 2 8 1 -P

D re s s e d d im e n s io n g ra n ite , including g n eiss, s y e n ite , d iorite, a n d cu t
g r a n i t e ..................... ............................................................................................................

3 2 8 1 -1

1.8

0

Building s t o n e ........... ...........................................................................................................

3 2 8 1 -1 1 3

1 2 /8 4

9 7 .9

9 7 .9

9 7 .9

.4

0

M o n u m e n ta l s t o n e ........................................... .................................................................

3 2 8 1 -1 3 5

1 2 /8 4

1 4 0 .3

1 4 1 .6

1 4 1 .6

4 .4

0

O th e r g ra n ite p ro d u cts su ch a s p avin g b lo c k s a n d c u r b in g ........................

3 2 8 1 -1 9 8

1 2 /8 4

9 9 .9

1 0 0 .6

1 0 0 .6

-2 .1

0

D re s s e d d im e n s io n lim e s to n e , including d o lo m ite , tra v e rtin e , c a lc a re o u s
3 2 8 1 -2

1 2 /8 4

1 3 7 .4

1 3 7 .4

1 3 7 .4

0

B uilding s t o n e ........................... ....................................... ....................................................

3 2 8 1 -2 1 3

1 2 /8 4

1 3 7 .4

1 3 7 .4

1 3 7 .4

0

O th e r lim e s to n e p ro d u cts, such a s flag g in g .......... ..............................................

3 2 8 1 -2 9 8

1 2 /9 3

1 0 0 .3

(3)
151.1

1 0 0 .3

0

tu fa , a n d cu t lim e s t o n e .............................. ................................... .............................

D re s s e d d im e n s io n m a rb le a n d o th e r s t o n e ................ ...........................................
B uilding s to n e , m o n u m e n ta l s to n e , a n d o th e r m a rb le p r o d u c t s ................
O th e r m a rb le p r o d u c t s ...................

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

0
0
(3)

1 2 /8 4

1 5 1 .0

3 2 8 1 -3 3 7

1 2 /8 4

1 5 6 .9

1 5 6 .9

1 5 6 .9

1.0

0

3 2 8 1 -3 3 7 1 7

1 2 /9 3

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

-4 .6

0

3 2 8 1 -3 9 8

1 2 /8 4

1 4 3 .3

1 4 3 .6

1 4 3 .6

6.1

0

3 2 8 1 -3

151.1

2 .9

0

O th e r s to n e , su c h a s s la te , s a n d s to n e , g a b b ro , b a s a lt, a n d o th e r
d re s s e d s to n e p r o d u c t s ........................................... ..............................................




81

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
P ro d u c t

In d e x

code

code

base

to Ju ly 1 9 9 5 fro m —

C C
D _
C C
D
O v"
l <

In d u stry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

M a r.

June

19952

19952

1 2 /8 4

1 2 3 .2

1 2 3 .8

1 2 3 .7

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

A b ra s iv e s , a s b e s to s , a n d m is c e lla n e o u s n o n m e ta llic m in e ra l
p r o d u c t s ........... ................................................................................................................................
A b ra s iv e p r o d u c t s ........................................................................................... .....................................

329
3291

3 .2

-0 .1

1 6 2 .5

1 .6

.1

1 5 7 .3

1 5 7 .4

2.1

.1

0 6 /8 7

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 2 9 1 -5 A

A lu m in u m o x i d e ...............................................................................................................

1 6 2 .4

1 5 6 .6

3 2 9 1 -5

S y n th e tic n o n m e ta llic s iz e d g ra in s , p o w d e rs , a n d flo u r a b r a s iv e s ...........

1 6 1 .9

1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 2 9 1 -5 1 9

N o n m e ta llic s ize d g rain s, p o w d e rs , a n d flo u r a b r a s iv e s ....................................

1 2 /8 0
3 2 9 1 -P

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ................... .......................................................................................................

1 2 /8 0

(3)

3 2 9 1 -6

1 2 /8 0

(3)
1 5 9 .8

(3)
1 6 0 .3

(3)
1 6 0 .3

(3)
2 .4

3 2 9 1 -6 A

0 6 /8 7

1 3 3 .0

1 3 3 .9

1 3 3 .9

2 .4

R e i n f o r c e d ............................................................ ............. ................................................

3 2 9 1 -6 3 7

1 2 /8 0

1 7 8 .3

1 7 9 .5

1 7 9 .5

2 .0

0

N o n m e ta llic a b ra s iv e p ro d u c ts (in clu d in g d ia m o n d a b ra s iv e s ) .......................
R e s in o id a n d s h e lla c b o n d ....................................................................................... ....

0
0

N o n - r e in f o r c e d ................ .................................................................................................

3 2 9 1 -6 4 2

1 2 /8 0

1 6 6 .6

1 6 7 .9

1 6 7 .9

2 .8

0

V itrified b o n d ........................ .................................................................................................

3 2 9 1 -6 3 1

1 2 /8 0

1 7 1 .3

1 7 1 .5

1 7 1 .5

4 .9

0

R u b b e r b o n d ...........................................................................................................................

3 2 9 1 -6 4 4

1 2 /8 0

1 9 7 .5

1 9 7 .5

1 9 7 .5

D ia m o n d w h e e l s ..................................................................................................................

3 2 9 1 -6 7 1

0 6 /8 7

1 1 9 .3

1 1 9 .3

1 1 9 .3

(3)
1 .8

0

3 2 9 1 -7

1 2 /8 0

1 8 8 .8

1 9 0 .2

1 9 0 .4

1 .4

.1

3 2 9 1 -7 1

0 6 /8 7

14 1 .1

1 4 2 .9

1 4 2 .9

1 .6

0

3 2 9 1 -7 1 1

0 6 /8 7

14 3 .1

143 .1

1 4 3 .1

0

0

3 2 9 1 -7 1 1 0 2

1 2 /8 0

2 3 0 .5

2 3 0 .5

2 3 0 .5

0

0

3 2 9 1 -7 1 5

0 6 /8 7

1 4 0 .4

1 4 2 .5

1 4 2 .5

1 .8

0

B e lts ..................................................... ........................................ ......... .........................

3 2 9 1 -7 1 5 0 1

1 2 /8 0

1 9 1 .0

1 9 4 .0

1 9 4 .0

2 .2

0

O th e r s h a p e s ................................................................................................................

3 2 9 1 -7 1 5 0 2

1 2 /8 0

2 2 8 .8

2 3 2 .2

2 3 2 .2

0

P a p e r-g lu e b o n d .......... ........................................................................................................

3 2 9 1 -7 2 1

0 6 /8 7

1 2 9 .4

1 2 9 .4

1 2 9 .4

(3)
.8

O th e r(in c lu d in g p a p e r-c lo th , v u lc a n iz e d fib e r-c lo th c o m b in a t io n ) ..............

3 2 9 1 -7 4 0

1 2 /9 4

1 0 0 .7

1 0 1 .5

1 0 1 .5

(3)

0

3 2 9 1 -7 7 1

1 2 /8 0

1 4 0 .5

1 4 0 .5

1 4 4 .6

1 2 /8 0

1 5 8 .2

1 5 7 .5

1 5 7 .1

(3)
6.1

2 .9

3 2 9 1 -8
3 2 9 1 -8 3 1

1 2 /8 0

1 5 8 .2

1 5 8 .2

1 5 8 .2

1 .8

0

3 2 9 1 -8 9 1

1 2 /8 0

1 7 7 .0

1 7 7 .0

1 2 /8 5

8 8 .2

8 8 .2

8 8 .2

0

0

0

N o n m e ta llic c o a te d a b ra s iv e p ro d u c ts , b u ffing w h e e ls , polishing w h e e ls ,
a n d l a p s ...............................................................................................................................
C lo th (all b o n d s ) ...................................................................................................................
G lu e b o n d ............................................................................................................................
O th e r s h a p e s ................................................................................................................
R e s in a n d w a te rp ro o f b o n d ......................................................................................

0

B u ffin g a n d p o lis h in g w h e e ls a n d la p s (clo th , le a th e r, fe lt, a n d
o th e r m a t e r ia ls ) ............................................................................................................
M e ta l a b ra s iv e s (in clu din g sco u rin g p a d s ) .......... ......................................................
S te e l w o o l ...............................................................................................................................

-.3

O th e r m e ta l a b ra s iv e s a n d sco u rin g p a d s (in cluding m e ta l p a d s w ith
s o a p ) ................................................................... .............................................................
A s b e s to s p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................................

3292

(3)

(3)

(3)

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ...................................................................................... ...................................

3 2 9 2 -P

1 2 /8 5

9 0 .7

9 0 .7

9 0 .7

0

0

A s b e s to s frictio n m a t e r ia ls .................................................................................................

3 2 9 2 -2

1 2 /8 5

9 3 .2

9 3 .2

9 3 .2

0

0

3 2 9 2 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
M in e ra ls a n d e a rth s , g ro u n d o r t r e a t e d ....................................................................................

3295

0 6 /8 5

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 2 9 5 -P

M in e ra ls a n d e a rth s , g ro u n d o r tre a te d ........................................................................

1 1 6 .7

1 2 1 .6

1 2 2 .1

6 .3

.4

0 6 /8 5

1 1 9 .5

12 0 .1

1 2 0 .2

2 .3

.1
.1

3 2 9 5 -1

0 6 /8 5

1 1 9 .5

12 0 .1

1 2 0 .2

2 .3

a n d d ia to m a c e o u s e a rth .........................................................................................

3 2 9 5 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 5

1 1 7 .6

1 1 9 .6

1 1 9 .6

1 .4

0

S la g , in c lu d in g c ru s h e d a n d g r o u n d ..........................................................................

3 2 9 5 -1 3 1

0 6 /8 5

1 1 3 .2

11 3 .1

1 1 3 .3

1 .9

.2

C la y s , a rtificially a c tiv a te d w ith a c id o r o th e r m a t e r ia ls ..................................

3 2 9 5 -1 8 5

0 7 /8 5

9 4 .8

9 5 .5

9 5 .5

- 2 .2

0

3 2 9 5 -1 9 8

0 6 /8 5

1 2 6 .5

1 2 6 .9

1 2 6 .9

3 .3

0

1 2 2 .6
1 1 9 .7

1 2 2 .2
1 1 9 .3

- .3

3 2 9 6 -P

1 2 4 .3
1 2 1 .5

3 .6

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..................... ....................................................................................................

1 2 /8 1
1 2 /8 1

3 .9

-.3

M in e ra l w o o l fo r stru ctu ral in s u la tio n ............................................................................

3 2 9 6 -1

1 2 /8 1

1 1 1 .3

1 0 8 .5

1 0 7 .9

3 .6

-.6

L ig h tw e ig h t a g g re g a te , e x p a n d e d c la y , slag , p e rlite , h a y d ite , p u m ic e

O th e r m in e ra ls a n d e a rth s , g ro u n d o r tre a te d , incl. fe ld s p a r, ro o f
g ra n u le s a n d b a r it e ................................................... ................... ............................
M in e ra l w o o l ...........................................................................................................................................

3296

1 2 /8 1

9 9 .0

9 8 .4

9 7 .8

-2 .1

-.6

3 2 9 6 -1 3 5

1 2 /8 1

1 1 9 .4

1 1 8 .2

1 1 6 .9

6 .2

- 1 .1

R - 1 9 .0 o r o v e r ............... ..................................................................................................

3 2 9 6 -1 3 5 3 1

0 5 /8 2

1 0 0 .2

9 8 .2

9 7 .8

6 .8

-.4

R - 1 1 .0 to R - 1 8 . 9 .............................................................................................................

3 2 9 6 -1 3 5 3 5

1 2 /8 1

1 2 5 .6

1 2 5 .6

12 3 .1

5 .9

- 2 .0

(3)

3 2 9 6 -1 1 1

L o o s e fib e r a n d g ra n u la te d f i b e r ................................................. ............................
B u ild in g b a tts , b la n k e ts , a n d r o lls ............................................ ..................................

O th e r m in e ra l w o o l fo r s tru ctu ral in su latio n , including in sulating
3 2 9 6 -1 9 8

b o a rd ................................................................................................. ..............................

1 2 /8 1

3 2 9 6 -2

(3)
1 3 6 .8

(3)
1 3 7 .0

(3)
4 .6

1 4 6 .5

1 4 6 .5

1 4 6 .5

4 .2

1 0 /8 2

1 5 8 .7

<3)

1 5 8 .7

-.8

3 2 9 6 -2 9 8

F a c e d a n d m e ta l m e s h e d ..........................................................................................

(3)
1 3 6 .0

1 2 /8 1

3 2 9 6 -2 3 5 3 6

B la n k e ts (fle x ib le ) in cluding fa b ric a te d p ie c e s , rolls, a n d b a t t s ..................

1 2 /8 1

3 2 9 6 -2 3 5

M in e ra l w o o l fo r in d u strial, e q u ip m e n t, a n d a p p lia n c e in s u la t io n ..................

1 2 /8 1

1 3 2 .4

1 3 1 .8

1 3 2 .4

4 .6

.5

1 2 /8 5

1 1 6 .9

1 1 8 .7

1 1 8 .5

4 .2

-.2

.1
0

(3)

O th e r m in e ra l w o o l fo r industrial, e q u ip m e n t, a n d a p p lia n c e
in s u la t io n .................................... ....................................................................................
N o n c la y r e fr a c to r ie s ......................... ............................................................................. .................

3297

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ............................................................ ...............................................

3 2 9 7 -P

1 2 /8 5

1 1 7 .8

1 1 9 .8

1 1 9 .7

4 .3

-.1

B ricks a n d s h a p e s ............. .............................................................................

3 2 9 7 -1

1 2 /8 5

11 4 .1

1 1 6 .9

1 1 6 .6

4 .2

-.3

S ilic a b ricks a n d s h a p e s ................................... ...............................................

3 2 9 7 -1 1 1

1 2 /8 5

8 2 .4

8 2 .4

8 2 .4

3.3

0

M a g n e s ite a n d m a g n e s ite -c h ro m e b ricks a n d s h a p e s ...................................

3 2 9 7 -1 1 2

1 2 /8 5

1 0 8 .7

1 1 3 .0

1 1 2 .4

5 .7

-.5

3 2 9 7 -1 1 6

1 2 /8 5

1 2 3 .8

(3)

1 2 3 .8

1 .9

3 2 9 7 -1 1 8

0 7 /9 2

1 0 4 .3

1 0 4 .3

1 0 4 .3

0

0

3 2 9 7 -1 1 9

0 1 /9 1

1 1 3 .6

1 0 5 .4

1 1 3 .6

1 2 .6

7 .8

3 2 9 7 -1 2 1

1 2 /8 5

1 2 2 .4

1 2 6 .7

1 2 5 .3

3 .0

- 1 .1

3 2 9 7 -3

1 2 /8 5

1 2 5 .6

1 2 7 .9

1 2 7 .8

1 .8

-.1

3 2 9 7 -4

1 2 /8 5

1 3 8 .2

1 4 0 .7

1 3 9 .9

3 2 9 7 -4 1 2

1 2 /8 5

1 3 6 .6

(3)

(3)

E x tra -h ig h a lu m in a b ricks

&

s h a p e s , m a d e p re d o m in a n tly o f fu s e d a n d

s y n th e tic a lu m in a s ..........................................................................................

(3)

S ilic o n c a rb id e b ricks a n d s h a p e s , m a d e p re d o m in a n tly o f silicon
c a rb id e , e x c e p t kiln f u r n it u r ......... ............. ...........................................................
Z irc o n a n d zirc o n ia b ricks a n d s h a p e s , m a d e p re d o m in a n tly o f e ith e r
o f th e s e m a t e r ia ls ........................................................................................... ..........
A ll o th e r b ric ks a n d s h a p e s , in clu d in g d o lo m ite , d o lo m ite -m a g n e s ite
a n d c a rb o n r e f r a c t o r ie s .....................................

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

C a s ta b le s (h y d ra u lic s e t t in g ) ............................................ .................................................
P la s tic re fra c to rie s & ra m m in g m ixes, w e t & dry, a n d c a s ta b le s o f
n o n h y d ra u lic s e ttin g ty p e ............................................................................................

7 .6

-.6

E x tra -h ig h a lu m in a p la s tic s a n d ra m m in g m ix e s , p re d o m . o f fu s e d o r
s y n th e tic a lu m in a s & m u llit ........................ ..........................................................

See footnotes at end of table.




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(3)

(3
)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x
code

to Ju ly 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u ct

base
M a r.

June

19952

19952

C c_
O
C C
D
O
l

In d ustry

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

N o n c la y re fra c to rie s — C o n tin u e d
G u n n in g m ix e s, b a s ic a n d o t h e r ............................................................... ..............

3 2 9 7 -5

1 2 /8 5

1 09.1

1 0 8 .7

109.1

0

3 2 9 7 -6

1 2 /8 5

1 0 8 .4

108.1

1 08.1

-.2

0 .4

O th e r n o n c la y re fra c to ry m a te ria ls in lum p o r g ro u n d f o r m .....................

3 2 9 7 -6 1 1

1 2 /8 5

11 0 .1

1 0 9 .8

1 0 9 .8

-.1

0

C e ra m ic re fra c to ry f i b e r s .............................................................................................

3 2 9 7 -7

0 6 /9 2

1 1 3 .5

1 1 3 .7

1 1 5 .4

.4

1 .5

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .................................................................................... .................

3 2 9 7 -S

1 2 /8 5

1 1 5 .6

1 1 5 .9

1 1 5 .9

2 .7

0

1 2 /8 5

1 1 4 .9

1 1 6 .6

3 .8

-.9
- 1 .0

0

D o m e s tic ship, fo r d ire c t u s e by c u s to m e rs a s fin ish ed refra c to rie s ,
a n d all e x p o rte d m a t e r ia l...............................................................................

3299

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .................... .............................................. .............................................

3 2 9 9 -P

1 2 /8 5

1 1 2 .6

1 1 7 .6
1 1 4 .7

1 1 3 .6

3 .7

S ta tu a ry a n d a rt g o o d s (fa c to ry m a d e ) ..................... .........................................

3 2 9 9 -2

1 2 /8 5

1 3 0 .2

1 3 0 .6

1 3 0 .6

5 .0

0

O th e r n o n m e ta llic m in e ra l p r o d u c ts .......................................................................

3 2 9 9 -3

1 2 /8 5

1 0 3 .3

1 0 5 .7

1 0 4 .4

3 .9

- 1 .2

1 2 /8 5

1 3 4 .4

1 4 0 .9

1 4 0 .4

4 .0

-.4

N o n m e ta llic m in e ra l p ro d u cts, n .e .c ............................................... .....................................

3 2 9 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts ......... ......................................

3 2 9 9 -S

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts .............. ........................................................................................
P rim ary m e ta l in d u s tr ie s .............................................................. ...........................................
B la s t fu rn a c e s , s te e l w o rk s , a n d rolling a n d finishing m ills ..............

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

B la s t fu rn a c e s a n d s te e l m i l l s ...............................................................................................

33

1 2 /8 4

129.1

1 2 8 .9

1 2 8 .7

1 0 .0

-.2

3 31

1 2 /8 4

1 1 5 .7

1 1 5 .9

1 1 5 .9

6 .3

0

0 6 /8 2

1 1 9 .3

1 20.1

1 1 9 .9

6 .9

-.2

0 6 /8 2

1 1 8 .6

1 1 9 .2

1 1 9 .0

6 .8

3312

-.2

P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................

3 3 1 2 -P

R ails, w h e e ls , a n d tra c k a c c e s s o r ie s ..................... .............................................

3 3 1 2 -C

0 6 /8 2

1 2 0 .6

1 2 0 .6

1 2 1 .6

3.1

.8

C o k e o v e n a n d b la s t fu rn a c e p r o d u c t s .............................................. ................

3 3 1 2 -1

0 6 /8 2

8 9 .5

9 0 .0

8 9 .6

1 .4

-.4

3 3 1 2 -1 A

0 6 /8 2

8 6 .0

8 6 .5

8 6 .2

1 .4

-.3

C o k e o v e n p r o d u c t s ........................................................................... ....................

3 3 1 2 -1 1 1

F u rn a c e c o k e ................................................................. ...................................

0 6 /8 2

91.1

9 1 .4

9 1 .6

3 .3

.2

3 3 1 2 -1 1 1 1 1

C o k e , e x c e p t s c re e n in g s a n d b r e e z e ................ ........................................

0 6 /8 2

8 3 .6

8 3 .7

8 4 .5

2 .8

1 .0

1 1 7 .3

8 .2

3 3 1 2 -2

0 6 /8 2

1 1 8 .6

118.1

W ir e ro d s, c a r b o n .......... ................................................ ...........................................

3 3 1 2 -2 1 9

0 6 /8 2

1 1 7 .9

1 1 9 .8

11 9 .1

8.1

-.6

S e m ifin is h e d p ro d u cts (exclu d in g w ire rods), s t a in le s s .........................

3 3 1 2 -2 5 6

0 6 /8 2

1 5 5 .9

1 3 7 .7

1 3 5 .6

3 4 .0

-1 .5

S te e l in g o ts a n d s e m ifin is h e d s h a p e s a n d f o r m s .........................................

-.7

T in mill p ro d u c ts, h.r. s h e e ts a n d strip (incl. m e ta llic c o a te d a n d
3 3 1 2 -3

0 6 /8 2

1 3 0 .4

1 3 2 .2

S h e e ts , h.r., c a r b o n ..................................................................................................

3 3 1 2 -3 1 1

0 6 /8 2

1 2 7 .2

1 2 6 .7

1 2 6 .0

7 .2

-.6

S h e e ts a n d strip, h o t d ip p e d g a lv a n iz e d , c a r b o n ......................................

3 3 1 2 -3 1 3

0 6 /8 2

1 2 7 .9

1 3 5 .8

1 3 3 .5

7 .7

-1 .7

S h e e ts a n d strip, ele c tro ly tic g a lv a n iz e d , c a rb o n .................... .................

3 3 1 2 -3 1 5

0 6 /8 2

1 2 5 .7

1 2 7 .5

1 2 6 .5

7 .5

-.8

S trip , h.r., c a rb o n .......................................................................................................

3 3 1 2 -3 1 9

0 6 /8 2

1 2 4 .8

1 2 5 .0

1 2 5 .3

5 .6

T in p la te ...........................................................................................................................

3 3 1 2 -3 2 6

0 6 /8 2

1 4 7 .4

1 4 6 .6

1 4 6 .8

5 .2

.1

Tin fre e s t e e l ................................................................................................................

3 3 1 2 -3 2 8

0 6 /8 2

1 4 0 .8

1 4 2 .7

1 4 1 .8

2 .3

-.6

e l e c t r i c a l ) ..................................... ..............................................................................

1 3 1 .4

7.1

-.6

.2

3 3 1 2 -4

0 6 /8 2

1 1 4 .7

115.1

11 5 .1

6 .4

0

P la te s , c a r b o n .............................................................................................................

3 3 1 2 -4 1 2

1 2 /8 9

1 0 6 .8

1 0 8 .5

1 0 5 .4

5 .5

- 2 .9

H e a v y stru ctu ral s h a p e s , piling a n d piles, c a r b o n ................ ...................

3 3 1 2 -4 1 5

0 6 /8 2

1 .9

.8

H o t ro lled bars, p la te s a n d structural s h a p e s .................................................

B ars, h.r., c a rb o n , m e rc h a n t q u a lit y ..................

8 4 .6

8 6 .9

8 7 .6

3 3 1 2 -4 1 5 1 1

8 4 .5

8 6 .9

8 7 .6

1 .9

0 6 /8 2

1 2 5 .2

1 2 6 .3

1 2 6 .3

6 .0

0

3 3 1 2 -4 2 2 1 1

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

0 6 /8 2

3 3 1 2 -4 2 2

H e a v y stru ctu ral s h a p e s , c a rb o n ..................................................................
B a rs, h.r., c a r b o n .......................................................................................................

0 6 /8 2

1 2 0 .7

1 1 9 .3

1 2 0 .7

5 .4

1 .2

.8

B a rs, light s tr u c t u r a l, c a r b o n .............................................................................

3 3 1 2 -4 2 4

0 6 /8 2

1 2 6 .5

1 2 5 .0

1 2 6 .4

7 .4

1.1

C o n c re te rein fo rc in g bars, c a r b o n ........................... .........................................

3 3 1 2 -4 2 5

0 6 /8 2

1 2 0 .5

1 1 3 .5

1 1 6 .6

.7

2 .7
-2 .2
-1 .7

P la te s , a l l o y ..................................................................................................................

3 3 1 2 -4 3 1

0 6 /8 2

9 5 .8

9 8 .4

9 6 .2

4 .2

B ars, h.r. (including light s tru ctu rals), a llo y ..................................................

3 3 1 2 -4 4 1

0 6 /8 2

1 2 9 .3

1 3 2 .5

1 3 0 .2

1 0 .6

T o o l s te e l, o th e r th a n high s p e e d , a l l o y ...... .................................................

3 3 1 2 -4 4 9

0 6 /8 2

1 1 9 .9

1 2 4 .4

1 2 5 .7

8 .4

1 .0

P la te s a n d stru ctu ral s h a p e s , s t a in le s s .........................................................

3 3 1 2 -4 5

0 6 /8 2

1 3 7 .5

1 3 9 .3

1 4 3 .4

2 9 .4

2 .9

3 3 1 2 -4 5 3

0 6 /8 2

1 3 5 .7

1 3 7 .5

1 4 1 .5

2 9 .5

G r a d e 3 0 4 .......... ...................................................................................................

3 3 1 2 -4 5 3 1 4

1 2 /8 9

9 3 .5

9 9 .2

1 0 2 .0

2 9 .4

2 .8

O th e r 3 0 0 s e r i e s .............................. .................................................................

3 3 1 2 -4 5 3 1 5

1 2 /8 9

9 6 .3

(3)
1 3 0 .8

(3)
1 6 .9

(3)
2 .2

P la te s , s ta in le s s .......... ....................... ...................................................................

3 3 1 2 -4 6 1

S te e l p ip e a n d t u b e s ....................................................................................................
P ip e a n d oil c o u n try tu b u la r g o o d s , c a r b o n ...................... .........................

1 0 1 .5

1 0 3 .7

1 6 .9

2 .2

1 0 9 .0
1 0 6 .9

1 0 8 .9
1 0 6 .9

5.1
3 .6

- .1
0

0 6 /8 2

1 0 6 .3

1 0 6 .3

1 0 6 .3

3 .6

0

3 3 1 2 -6

P la in w ire, c a r b o n .......................... .......................................................................

1 0 1 .0
1 0 8 .6
1 0 6 .9

0 6 /8 2

92.1

9 2 .6

93 .1

7 .5

.5

3 3 1 2 -6 A

C a rb o n w ire ..................................................................................................................

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

3 3 1 2 -5 1 1

S te e l w i r e ......................................................................................................................... .

1 2 7 .3

1 2 /8 9

3 3 1 2 -5
3 3 1 2 -5 A

G ra d e 3 0 4 .................................... ......... ................................................. .................

0 6 /8 2

3 3 1 2 -4 6 1 1 4

B ars, h.r., s t a in le s s ...................................................................................................

0 6 /8 2

C o ld ro lle d s h e e ts a n d strip (excl. m e ta llic c o a te d a n d e le c t r ic a l) ......

8 5 .8

8 .6

0 6 /8 2

7 2 .6

7 2 .5

7 3 .9

1 0 .5

1 .9

0 6 /8 2

6 9 .2

6 8 .8

7 0 .3

9 .7

2 .2

3 3 1 2 -7

C a s in g (O C T G ), c a rb o n ................................................................. ................

8 5 .2

3 3 1 2 -6 1 9
3 3 1 2 -6 1 9 1 1

O il co u n try tu b u la r g o o d s , c a rb o n ......................... .................. ....................

8 5 .2

0 6 /8 2

7 .9

.2

1 3 1 .3

1 3 0 .8

1 3 1 .0

.7

3 3 1 2 -7 1

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

1 1 1 .0

1 1 0 .2

1 1 0 .3

6 .7

.1

0 6 /8 2

1 3 3 .5

1 3 2 .6

1 3 2 .7

6 .8

.1

3 3 1 2 -7 5

S h e e ts , c.r., c a r b o n ...... ................... ........ ...........................................................

1 2 /8 9

3 3 1 2 -7 1 1

S h e e ts a n d strip, c.r., c a r b o n ..............................................................................
S h e e ts a n d strip, c .r., s t a in le s s ..........

2 ,9

(3)
1 2 8 .0

1 2 /8 9

1 0 2 .4

1 0 4 .5

1 0 4 .6

1 4 .8

.1

S h e e ts , c.r., s t a in le s s ..........................................................................................
G r a d e 3 0 4 .......................................... ......................... ........................................

3 3 1 2 -7 5 1
3 3 1 2 -7 5 1 1 4

1 2 /8 9

1 0 5 .3

1 0 8 .8

1 0 9 .3

19.1

.5

1 2 /8 9

1 0 6 .3

1 0 8 .2

1 0 7 .2

2 1 .3

-.9

S trip, c.r., s ta in le s s ..... ....................................... ......................... ........................

3 3 1 2 -7 5 5

0 6 /8 2

1 1 7 .9

1 1 8 .6

1 1 8 .4

1 0 .3

-.2

3 3 1 2 -7 5 5 1 4

1 2 /8 9

1 0 4 .0

1 0 4 .8

1 0 4 .6

1 5 .5

-.2

3 3 1 2 -8

0 6 /8 2

1 1 4 .3

1 1 4 .9

1 1 9 .7

1 5 .5

4 .2

3 3 1 2 -8 5 1

0 6 /8 2

1 0 3 .9

G r a d e 3 0 4 .............................................................................................................
C o ld fin ish ed b a r s ..........................................................................................................

1 0 4 .4

1 0 8 .8

1 7 .0

G r a d e 3 0 4 .................................................................................................................

3 3 1 2 -8 5 1 1 4

1 2 /8 9

9 8 .4

9 8 .5

1 0 1 .4

1 7 .6

2 .9

O th e r 3 0 0 s e r i e s ........... ............. ........................................ ..................................

3 3 1 2 -8 5 1 1 5

1 2 /8 9

9 1 .6

9 0 .5

9 4 .7

1 5 .6

4 .6

B ars, c .f., s t a i n l e s s ................................................................................... ................

3 3 1 2 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ..............................................

3 3 1 2 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ................................................................................ .....................
E le c tro m e ta llu rg ic a l p r o d u c t s ...... ............................................. ........ ..................................

4 .2

0 6 /8 2

1 1 6 .4

1 1 6 .4

1 1 6 .4

0

0

0 6 /8 3

3313

1 3 9 .2

1 41.1

1 3 7 .6

15.1

-2 .5

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .................................................. ................................................ .............

3 3 1 3 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 3 9 .5

1 4 1 .3

1 3 7 .9

1 5 .2

- 2 .4

F e r r o s ilic o n ........................................................................................................................

3 3 1 3 -3

0 6 /8 3

1 2 0 .5

124.1

1 3 2 .3

1 3 .4

6 .6

3 3 1 3 -4

1 0 6 /8 3

1 7 0 .5

1 7 1 .7

1 5 7 .5

2 1 .3

- 8 .3

1 2 /8 8

9 8 .0

99.1

9 8 .0

1 3 .6

- 1 .1

O th e r fe rro a llo y s a n d p ro d u cts m a d e in e le c tric a n d o th e r fu rn a c e s ,
e x c e p t b la s t f u r n a c e s ..........................................................................................
O th e r f e r r o a llo y s ................ .......................................................................................

3 3 1 3 -4 6 9

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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x
In dustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t
code

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

base
M a r.

June

Ju ly

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

0 6 /8 2

1 2 2 .0

1 2 2 .0

1 2 1 .9

3 .5

- 0 .1

3 3 1 5 -P

0 6 /8 2

1 2 0 .0

1 1 9 .8

1 1 9 .7

3 .2

-.1

3 3 1 5 -1

0 6 /8 2

1 4 1 .7

1 4 2 .6

14 3 .1

3 .5

.4

3 3 1 5 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 2

1 5 2 .5

1 5 6 .0

1 5 6 .0

4 .9

0

3 3 1 5 -1 5 1

1 2 /8 9

1 0 5 .9

1 0 1 .2

1 0 2 .7

-.5

1 .5

3315

1 1 7 .2

1 1 7 .5

1 1 7 .5

3.1

0

3 3 1 5 -2 A

0 6 /8 2

1 2 0 .2

1 2 0 .7

1 2 0 .7

3 .3

0

3 3 1 5 -2 1 1

0 6 /8 2

1 2 2 .4

1 2 2 .4

1 2 2 .4

4 .4

0

3 3 1 5 -2 1 3

0 6 /8 2

1 1 9 .3

1 1 9 .9

1 1 9 .9

2.1

0

3 3 1 5 -2 1 8

1 2 /8 9

1 0 4 .3

1 0 5 .8

1 0 5 .8

1 .4

0

3 3 1 5 -2 B

0 6 /8 2

1 1 3 .2

1 1 3 .2

1 1 3 .2

2 .6

0

3 3 1 5 -2 2 3

0 6 /8 2

1 1 6 .5

1 1 6 .5

1 1 6 .5

1 .3

0

3 3 1 5 -5

0 6 /8 2

1 0 7 .5

1 0 7 .4

1 0 7 .3

3 .5

-.1

3 3 1 5 -5 A

0 6 /8 2

1 0 8 .6

1 0 8 .3

1 0 8 .2

3 .4

-.1

3 3 1 5 -5 1 1

0 6 /8 2

1 1 0 .8

1 1 0 .5

1 1 0 .4

4 .2

^.1

3 3 1 5 -5 1 5

0 6 /8 2

9 7 .4

O th e r c o a te d w ire, c a r b o n .........................................................................................

3 3 1 5 -5 1 9

0 6 /8 2

1 0 3 .4

(3)
1 0 3 .4

(3)
1 0 2 .3

(3)
- .9

(3)
-1 .1

S ta in le s s w i r e .....................................................:..............................................................

3 3 1 5 -5 5 1

0 6 /8 2

1 2 6 .8

1 2 7 .5

1 2 7 .4

3 .5

-.1

13 0 .1

1 3 0 .3

2 .4

.2

1 1 8 .6

8 .7

3 3 1 5 -2
S te e l w ire n a i l s .....................................................................................................................

O th e r n a i l s ..........................................................................................................................
W ire s ta p le s a n d ta c k s , c u t nails a n d s p i k e s ......................................................

C a rb o n w i r e ............................................................................................................................

0 6 /8 2

3 3 1 5 -6

0 6 /8 2

1 3 2 .4

3 3 1 5 -7

0 6 /8 2

1 1 1 .5

3 3 1 5 -9

0 6 /8 2

1 2 0 .5

(3)
1 1 8 .9

11 8 .1

2 .2

(3)
- .7

3 3 1 5 -9 6

0 6 /8 2

1 0 2 .4

9 9 .9

9 8 .7

- .8

-1 .2

3 3 1 5 -9 6 1

0 6 /8 2

1 0 2 .9

1 0 0 .3

99 .1

-.9

-1 .2

3 3 1 5 -9 8

1 2 /8 9

1 2 8 .0

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 3 1 5 -9 8 9

1 2 /8 9

1 2 8 .0

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 3 1 5 -S

0 6 /8 2

1 3 8 .9

1 4 1 .2

1 4 1 .2

2 .4

0 6 /8 2

1 2 2 .9

1 2 1 .8

1 2 2 .2

2 .7

.3

3 3 1 6 -P

0 6 /8 2

1 2 1 .9

1 2 1 .6

1 2 1 .5

3.1

-.1

3 3 1 6 -3

0 6 /8 2

1 0 8 .6

1 0 8 .6

1 0 8 .6

1 .2

0

3 3 1 6 -7

0 6 /8 2

1 3 1 .4

1 3 0 .7

1 3 0 .8

3 .4

.1

3 3 1 6 -7 1

1 2 /8 9

1 1 1 .4

1 1 0 .4

1 1 0 .4

3 .5

0

3 3 1 6 -7 1 5

0 6 /8 2

1 2 5 .2

12 4 .1

12 4 .1

3 .5

3 3 1 6 -7 3

1 2 /8 9

1 0 5 .8

1 0 4 .5

1 0 4 .5

-.5

0

3 3 1 6 -7 3 5

0 6 /8 2

1 2 7 .3

1 2 5 .8

1 2 5 .8

-.5

0

3 3 1 6 -7 5

1 2 /8 9

9 2 .8

94 .1

(3)

3 3 1 6 -7 5 5

0 6 /8 2

1 3 4 .7

3 3 1 6 -8

0 6 /8 2

(3)
1 0 8 .5

1 0 8 .9

(3)
1 0 8 .5

3 3 1 6 -8 1 1

0 6 /8 2

1 1 4 .5

1 1 4 .9

0 6 /8 2

1 2 7 .5

1 2 7 .0

3 3 1 7 -P

0 6 /8 2

1 2 7 .4

3 3 1 7 -6

0 6 /8 2

1 2 7 .4

3 3 1 7 -6 A

0 6 /8 2

3 3 1 7 -6 1 1

0 6 /8 2

O il co u n try tu b u la r g o o d s , c a r b o n ..........................................................................

3 3 1 7 -6 1 9

0 6 /8 2

P re s s u re tu b in g c a r b o n ..................... .......................................... ..................................

3 3 1 7 -6 B
3 3 1 7 -6 2 2

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

3 3 1 7 -6 C

0 6 /8 2

M e c h a n ic a l tu bing, s e a m le s s , c a rb o n .................................................................

3 3 1 7 -6 2 3

M e c h a n ic a l tu bing, w e ld e d , c a rb o n ......................................................................

3 3 1 7 -6 2 4

S tru c tu ra l p ip e a n d tu bing, c a r b o n .........................................................................

3 3 1 7 -6 2 7

P ip e a n d tu bing a l l o y ........................................................................................................

3 3 1 7 -6 E

0 6 /8 2

P re s s u re tu bing s t a in le s s ...............................................................................................

3 3 1 7 -6 F

0 6 /8 2

115.1

1 1 4 .3

3 3 1 7 -6 6 2

0 6 /8 2

1 2 7 .6

1 2 6 .5

3 3 1 7 -6 G

0 6 /8 2

1 4 3 .3

14 9 .1

M e c h a n ic a l tubing s e a m le s s s t a in le s s .............................................................

3 3 1 7 -6 6 3

1 2 /8 9

1 1 9 .7

M e c h a n ic a l tubing w e ld e d

s t a in le s s ..................................................................

3 3 1 7 -6 6 4

0 6 /8 2

1 5 7 .4

(3)
1 6 2 .0

(3)
1 6 2 .0

(3)
17.1

O th e r p ip e a n d tubing (in cluding s ta n d a rd p ip e ), s t a in le s s .....................

3 3 1 7 -6 6 9

0 6 /8 2

1 3 8 .4

1 4 1 .4

1 5 0 .8

3 9 .8

3 3 1 7 -S

0 6 /8 2

13 0 .1

1 3 0 .1

13 0 .1

8 .0

0

1 2 /8 4

1 2 3 .0

1 2 3 .5

1 2 3 .6

4 .5

.1

1 2 /8 0

1 3 6 .7

13 7 .1

1 3 7 .1

4.1

1 2 /8 0

1 3 5 .9

1 3 6 .4

1 3 6 .4

4 .4

0

3 .9

.4

3 3 1 5 -S M

3316

S h e e ts a n d strip c r , c a r b o n .......................................................................................
S trip, c.r., c a r b o n .................................................................. .........................................
S h e e ts a n d strip, c.r., a l l o y .............................................................................................
S trip c r

a llo y

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

S h e e ts a n d strip c r., s ta in le s s ..................................................................................
S trip , c.r., s t a in le s s .........................................................................................................
C o ld fin is h e d b a r s ...................................................................................................................
B ars, c.f., c a r b o n ..... ............................................................................................................
S te e l p ip e a n d tu b e s - m f p m ..........................................................................................................

3317

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ....................................................................................... ............................ .....
S te e l p ip e a n d tu b e s

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

P ip e a n d oil c o u n try tu b u la r g o o d s , c a r b o n .........................................................
S ta n d a rd p ip e c a r b o n .................................................................................................

P re s s u re tu b in g w e ld e d , c a r b o n ............................................................................
M e c h a n ic a l tu bing c a r b o n ...... .......................................................... ^
...........................

P re s s u re tubing, w e ld e d , s t a in le s s .........................................................................
M e c h a n ic a l tu b in g , s t a in le s s ....................................... .................................................

S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
Iro n a n d s te e l f o u n d r i e s ....................................................................................................................

332

G ra y iron f o u n d r ie s ..............................................................................................................................

3321

P rim a ry p ro d u c ts ...........................................................................................................................

3 3 2 1 -P

0

0

(3)

(3)

(3)
2 .8

(3)
-.4

1 1 4 .4

3 .4

-.4

1 2 8 .9

1 0 .9

1 .5

1 2 6 .9

1 2 9 .0

1 1 .2

1 .7

1 2 6 .9

1 2 9 .0

1 1 .2

1 .7

1 3 8 .0

1 3 5 .9

1 3 9 .5

1 1 .5

2 .6

1 6 5 .6

1 6 5 .6

1 6 5 .6

6 .4

0

1 2 8 .6

1 1 9 .2

1 2 7 .9

9 .2

7 .3

1 0 9 .2

1 1 1 .4

1 1 1 .4

9 .5

0

(3)
1 3 0 .3

1 2 9 .6

1 2 9 .6

1 6 .0

0

1 2 9 .6

1 3 0 .3

6 .8

.5

0 6 /8 2

8 0 .7

0 6 /8 2

1 4 0 .9

(3)
14 0 .1

(3)
1 4 0 .8

(3)
7 .0

(3)
.5

0 6 /8 2

1 1 8 .5

11 9 .1

1 1 8 .5

3.1

-.5

1 1 7 .0

1 1 7 .6

1 2 0 .2

9 .4

2 .2

1 1 4 .7

3 6 .9

12 7 .1

3 6 .2

.5

1 4 9 .2

2 0 .8

.1

.3

(3)
0
6 .6

0

3 3 2 1 -1

1 2 /8 0

1 4 5 .2

1 4 6 .8

1 4 7 .4

3 3 2 1 -1 1 1

1 2 /8 0

1 2 6 .3

1 2 7 .2

1 2 8 .0

4.1

.6

P re s s u re p ip e d u c tile iron .........................................................................................

3 3 2 1 -1 1 1 0 1

0 6 /8 6

1 1 4 .4

1 1 5 .4

1 1 6 .2

2 .9

.7

P re s s u re p ip e fittin g s d u c tile i r o n ..........................................................................

3 3 2 1 -1 1 1 0 2

0 6 /8 6

1 3 8 .2

13 8 .1

13 8 .1

9 .5

0

3 3 2 1 -1 2 1

1 2 /8 0

160.1

1 6 0 .0

1 5 9 .7

.8

-.2

P re s s u re p ip e , g ra y i r o n ..............................................................................................

3 3 2 1 -1 2 1 0 1

0 6 /9 3

1 1 3 .2

1 1 3 .2

1 1 3 .2

5 .3

0

P re s s u re p ip e fittings, g ra y i r o n ...............................................................................

3 3 2 1 -1 2 1 0 2

0 6 /8 6

1 3 9 .2

1 3 9 .0

1 3 8 .8

.7

- .1

3 3 2 1 -1 3 1

1 2 /8 0

1 8 4 .4

1 9 0 .7

1 9 0 .7

5 .3

0

S o il p ip e g ra y i r o n .........................................................................................................

3 3 2 1 -1 3 1 0 1

0 6 /8 6

1 1 5 .0

1 1 8 .5

1 1 8 .5

5.1

0

S o il p ip e fittin g s g ra y iron .........................................................................................

3 3 2 1 -1 3 1 0 2

0 6 /8 6

114.1

1 1 8 .9

1 1 8 .9

5 .6

3 3 2 1 -2

0 6 /8 6

1 0 7 .9

1 0 8 .2

1 0 7 .8

4 .6

-.4
-.5

C a s t iron p re s s u re a n d soil p ip e a n d f it t in g s ............................................................
P re s s u re p ip e a n d fittings, d u c tile i r o n .....................................................................

P re s s u re p ip e a n d fittings, g ra y i r o n ........................................................................

S o il p ip e a n d fittin g s, g ra y i r o n ....................................................................................

O th e r d u c tile iron c a s tin g s

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

0

3 3 2 1 -2 2 2

0 6 /8 6

1 0 7 .7

1 0 7 .9

1 0 7 .4

5 .5

P a s s e n g e r c a r s .................................... ...........................................................................

3 3 2 1 -2 2 2 0 1

1 2 /8 0

1 2 7 .5

1 2 7 .5

1 2 5 .8

5 .4

-1 .3

All o th e r a u to m o tiv e u s e s ................................................................. ........................

3 3 2 1 -2 2 2 0 2

1 2 /8 0

1 1 0 .6

1 1 1 .2

1 1 2 .0

5 .7

.7

A u to m o tiv e u s e s ..................................................................................................................

See footnotes at end of table.




84

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In dustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u ct
code

to Ju ly 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

base
M a r.

June

July

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

G ra y iron fo u n d rie s — C o n tin u e d
C o n s tru c tio n a n d utility u s e s ........................................................................................

3 3 2 1 -2 2 4

0 6 /9 3

1 1 5 .7

1 1 5 .7

1 1 5 .7

1 3 .8

0

V a lv e u s e s ..................................................................................................... ........................

3 3 2 1 -2 3 1

0 6 /8 6

1 2 8 .6

1 2 8 .4

1 2 8 .4

7 .4

0

M a c h in e ry u s e s ....................................................................................................................

3 3 2 1 -2 3 3

0 6 /8 6

1 1 2 .3

1 1 2 .8

1 1 2 .8

3 .2

0

A ll o th e r u s e s .......................................................................................................................

3 3 2 1 -2 3 9

0 6 /8 6

1 0 8 .3

1 0 8 .4

1 0 8 .4

2.1

0

3 3 2 1 -4

0 6 /8 6

1 1 8 .7

1 1 9 .0

1 1 9 .0

4 .6

0

3 3 2 1 -4 3 9

0 6 /8 6

1 1 5 .5

1 1 5 .5

1 1 5 .3

5 .4

-.2

1 2 9 .9

O th e r g ray iron c a s t in g s ......................................................................................................
A u to m o tiv e u s e s ........... ......... ...........................................................................................

1 2 9 .7

5 .9

-.2

3 3 2 1 -4 3 9 0 2

1 2 /8 0

1 4 1 .4

1 4 2 .0

1 4 1 .7

4 .7

-.2

C o n s tru c tio n a n d utility u s e s ...... .................................................................................

3 3 2 1 -4 4 9

0 6 /8 6

1 2 7 .7

1 2 7 .7

1 2 7 .7

2 .9

0

All o th e r u s e s .................................................................... ...................................................

3 3 2 1 -4 9 8

0 6 /8 6

1 2 2 .7

1 2 3 .7

1 2 3 .9

3 .9

.2
0

3 3 2 1 -4 3 9 0 1

P a s s e n g e r c a r s ................................................................................................................
All o th e r a u to m o tiv e u s e s ............... ........................................... ..............................

13 0 .1

3 3 2 1 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3322

1 2 /8 0

1 5 0 .0

1 4 9 .6

1 4 9 .6

.5

0 6 /8 1

3 3 2 1 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
M a lle a b le iron f o u n d r ie s .................................................... ...............................................................

1 2 /8 0

1 2 5 .8

1 2 6 .2

1 2 6 .2

2 .3

0
0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ............................................................................................. ............................

3 3 2 2 -P

0 6 /8 1

126.1

1 2 6 .5

1 2 6 .5

2 .4

S ta n d a rd m a lle a b le iron c a s t in g s ...................................................................................

3 3 2 2 -1

0 6 /9 3

1 0 9 .5

1 1 0 .2

1 1 0 .2

4 .4

0

0 6 /8 1

1 8 6 .3

1 8 7 .2

1 8 8 .2

6 .4

.5

S te e l in v e s tm e n t fo u n d r ie s .................................................................................. ,..........................

3324

P rim ary p r o d u c t s .........................................................................................................................

3 3 2 4 -P

0 6 /8 1

1 8 5 .3

1 8 6 .2

1 8 6 .2

5 .8

0

C a rb o n a n d lo w allo y s te e l in v e s tm e n t c a s t in g s ....................................................

3 3 2 4 -2

0 6 /8 1

1 4 7 .6

1 4 9 .4

1 4 8 .7

.7

-.5

3 3 2 4 -2 1 3

0 6 /8 1

1 4 7 .6

1 4 9 .4

1 4 8 .6

.7

-.5

3 3 2 4 -3

0 6 /8 1

1 9 3 .4

1 9 8 .0

1 9 8 .3

5 .7

.2

A e r o s p a c e a p p lic a tio n ............................................................... .............. .......................

3 3 2 4 -3 1 1

0 6 /9 3

102.1

102.1

1 0 2 .5

1 .2

.4

C o m m e rc ia l ap p lic a tio n , o th e r th a n a e r o s p a c e ..................................................

3 3 2 4 -3 1 3

0 6 /9 3

1 06.1

1 1 1 .0

1 11.1

1 0 .2

.1

3 3 2 4 -4

0 6 /9 3

1 0 3 .9

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

6.1

0

3 3 2 4 -4 1 1

0 6 /9 3

1 0 4 .0

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

6 .2

0

3 3 2 4 -4 1 3

0 6 /9 3

1 0 1 .2

105.1

1 0 5 .5

7.1

.4
4 .4

C o m m e rc ia l a p p lic a tio n , o th e r th a n a e r o s p a c e ..................................................
H ig h allo y s te e l in v e s tm e n t castin g s, including s ta in le s s s t e e l ......................

H i-te m p m e ta l c a s tin g s (iron, n ickel, or c o b a lt-b a s e a llo y s ) .............................
A e r o s p a c e a p p lic a t io n .............................................................................. .......................
C o m m e rc ia l ap p lic a tio n , o th e r th a n a e r o s p a c e ..................................................

3 3 2 4 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3325

0 6 /8 1

2 0 1 .9

2 0 2 .9

2 1 1 .8

1 0 .7

0 6 /8 1

3 3 2 4 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................... ...................................................
S te e l fo u n d ries , n . e . c . ..................... ...................................................................................................

13 1 .1

1 3 2 .2

1 3 2 .2

4 .8

0

1 3 7 .2

1 3 8 .4

1 3 8 .5

4.1

.1

1 4 0 .7

4 .6

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .............................................................................. ...........................................

3 3 2 5 -P

0 6 /8 1

C a rb o n s te e l c a s t in g s ...........................................................................................................

3 3 2 5 -2

0 6 /8 1

1 4 0 .2

1 4 0 .7

3 3 2 5 -2 1 4

0 6 /8 1

1 4 0 .3

1 4 1 .8

1 4 2 .0

9 .4

.1

1 4 0 .0

1 3 9 .9

2 .0

-.1

R a ilro a d w h e e ls a n d s p e c ia lt ie s ............... ............................ ....................................

3 3 2 5 -2 1 9

0

0 6 /8 1

1 4 0 .0

H ig h a llo y s te e l c a stin g s, inclu ding s ta in le s s s t e e l ...............................................

3 3 2 5 -4

0 6 /8 1

1 2 8 .7

1 3 2 .0

1 3 1 .5

4 .2

-.4

L o w allo y s te e l c a s t in g s ......................................................................................................

3 3 2 5 -5

0 6 /8 1

1 3 8 .4

1 3 8 .6

1 3 9 .3

3 .0

.5

3 3 2 5 -5 5 9

0 6 /8 1

14 0 .1

1 4 0 .4

1 4 1 .2

2 .7

.6

All o th e r c a rb o n s te e l c a stin g s, in cluding rolls fo r rolling m i l l s ..................

All o th e r lo w allo y s te e l c a s t in g s ................................................................................

3 3 2 5 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ......................................................

P rim a ry c o p p e r ....................................................................................... ...............................................

3331

8 6 .6

8 6 .6

8 6 .6

1 4 .2

0

1 4 2 .8

1 3 1 .4

132 .1

2 3 .8

.5

0 6 /8 0

333

0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 0

3 3 2 5 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ..............................................................................................................
P rim a ry sm eltin g a n d refining o f n o n fe rro u s m e t a ls ..........................................................

2 2 1 .7

1 8 4 .3

1 8 9 .7

3 0 .7

2 .9

0 6 /8 0

1 6 5 .7

1 6 2 .0

1 7 1 .9

2 8 .4

6.1

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ........................................................................................... ..............................

3 3 3 1 -P

S m e lte d c o p p e r ........................................................................................................................

3 3 3 1 -1

R e fin e d c o p p e r .................................................................................. ......................................

3 3 3 1 -2

0 6 /8 0

1 6 2 .7

1 5 6 .5

1 6 5 .2

2 6 .6

5 .6

C o p p e r c a th o d e ..................................................................................................................

3 3 3 1 -2 1 7

0 6 /8 0

1 6 8 .4

1 6 2 .7

1 7 2 .0

2 7 .5

5 .7

O th e r re fin e d c o p p e r .......................................................................................................

3 3 3 1 -2 2 6

1 2 /8 7

1 0 0 .5

9 5 .5

1 0 0 ,4

24.1

5.1

0 6 /8 0

157.1

1 4 3 .7

1 4 1 .4

3 0 .7

-1 .6

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ................................................... ......................................................................

3 3 3 4 -P

0 6 /8 0

16 2 .1

1 4 7 .6

1 4 5 .2

3 0 .9

-1 .6

P rim ary a lu m in u m , e x c e p t e xtru sio n b ille t ..................................................................

3 3 3 4 -7

0 6 /8 0

1 6 2 .2

1 4 7 .3

1 4 4 .6

32 .1

-1 .8

A lu m in u m ingot, u n a llo y e d ........................................................................................

3 3 3 4 -7 1 1 1 1

0 6 /8 0

179 .1

1 6 4 .3

1 6 1 .9

3 0 .4

-1 .5

O th e r p rim ary alu m in u m , e x c e p t e xtru sio n b i l l e t ............................................

3 3 3 4 -7 1 1 1 3

0 6 /8 0

1 2 1 .4

1 1 7 .5

1 1 6 .7

2 7 .5

-.7

3 3 3 4 -8

0 6 /8 0

1 5 6 .2

1 4 6 .2

1 4 6 .2

2 2 .7

0

0 6 /8 0

9 9 .2

1 0 0 .8

1 0 1 .7

9 .5

.9

P rim ary p r o d u c t s .......... ................................................................. .............................................

3 3 3 9 -P

0 6 /8 0

1 0 1 .8

1 0 4 .7

1 0 5 .3

1 0 .8

.6

P rim a ry z i n c ......................................................... ......................................................................

3 3 3 9 -3

0 6 /8 0

1 2 7 .7

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 3 3 9 -3 4 1

0 6 /8 8

8 1 .3

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 3 3 9 -3 4 1 1 3

0 6 /8 8

9 0 .7

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

P rim a ry a lu m in u m ..................................................................................................................................

3334

A lu m in u m e xtru sio n bille t ....................................... ..................................... .....................
P rim ary n o n fe rro u s m e ta ls , n .e .c ...................................................................................................

3339

R e fin e d z i n c ...........................................................................................................................
Z in c slab , high g r a d e ............................................................................................. .

(3)

3 3 3 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
S e c o n d a ry n o n fe rro u s m e t a l s .......................................................................................................

334

0 6 /8 0

1 0 4 .7

1 0 0 .4

1 0 0 .9

1 0 .5

.5

S e c o n d a ry n o n fe rro u s m e ta ls ........................................................................... ............................

3341

0 6 /8 0

1 0 4 .7

1 0 0 .4

1 0 0 .9

1 0 .5

.5

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 3 4 1 -P

0 6 /8 0

1 0 9 .3

104.1

1 0 4 .7

1 1 .7

.6

L e a d ....................................................................... .......................................................................

3 3 4 1 -3

0 6 /8 0

1 0 0 .6

1 0 0 .5

1 0 0 .2

1 9 .0

-.3

3 3 4 1 -3 1 1

0 6 /8 0

1 1 3 .4

1 1 3 .3

1 1 2 .9

1 5 .8

-.4

3 3 4 1 -3 2 1

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0

(3)
1 2 9 .5

(3)
1 2 6 .5

9 6 .4

3 3 4 1 -4

1 2 4 .2

(3)
7 .3

(3)
-1 .8

3 3 4 1 -4 1 1

0 6 /8 0

1 2 7 .5

1 2 4 .6

1 2 2 .3

7 .2

-1 .8

3 3 4 1 -5

0 6 /8 0

(3)

5 3 .9

5 3 .6

(3)

-.6

3 3 4 1 -5 1 5

0 6 /8 8

8 6 .8

8 6 .2

-.7

O th e r n o n fe rro u s m e ta ls .....................................................................................................

3 3 4 1 -6

A lu m in u m ........................................................................................ ............................................

L e a d , u n a llo y e d ................................... ................................................................................
A n tim o n ia l l e a d .....................................................................................................................
Z in c ................................................................................................ .............. .................................
Z in c b a s e allo y s ............................................. .....................................................................
P re c io u s m e t a l s ........................................................................................................................
G o l d ..................................................... .............. ......................................................................

0 6 /8 0

(3)
6 2 .3

6 6 .0

3 3 4 1 -7

0 6 /8 0

1 4 0 .3

(3)
1 1 9 .9

(3)
1 5 .4

119.1

5 .3

(3)
-.7

In g o t fo r d ie ca s tin g .......... ......................... .....................................................................

3 3 4 1 -7 1 5

0 6 /8 8

9 3 .3

7 9 .2

7 8 .6

3 .7

-.8

O th e r a lu m in u m ............... ....................................................................................................

3 3 4 1 -7 4 5

0 6 /8 8

9 7 .5

8 8 .4

8 8 .3

2 1 .5

-.1

See footnotes at end of table.




85

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In d u stry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t

code

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e
to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x
base
M a r.

June

July

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

S e c o n d a ry n o n fe rro u s m e ta ls — C o n tin u e d
3 3 4 1 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 3 4 1 -M

C o n tra c t toll w o rk ............................. ..................................................................................
R o llin g , d ra w in g a n d e x tru d in g o f n o n fe rro u s m e ta ls .......................................................

9 0 .4

9 2 .0

9 1 .8

1 .5

-0 .2

0 6 /8 0

8 8 .2

8 9 .8

8 9 .6

1 .6

-.2

1 2 /8 4

1 5 1 .8

1 5 2 .4

1 5 1 .8

1 7 .0

-.4

1 2 /8 0

1 6 3 .4

1 6 0 .9

1 6 3 .0

1 2 .3

1 2 /8 0

1 7 5 .4

1 7 2 .5

1 7 4 .9

1 3 .4

1 .4
2 .5

335

R o llin g , d ra w in g a n d e x tru d in g o f c o p p e r ................................................................................

0 6 /8 0

3 3 4 1 -Y 8 5

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .........................................................................................................

3351
3 3 5 1 -P

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

1 .3

3 3 5 1 -1

A llo y e d .......................................................................................................................................

1 2 /8 0

1 6 5 .3

1 6 6 .0

1 7 0 .1

3 3 5 1 -1 3 1

C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r-b a s e a llo y w i r e ...............................................................................

1 2 .5

1 2 /8 0

1 5 3 .4

1 5 4 .0

1 5 7 .8

1 2 .5

2 .5

3 3 5 1 -3

16.1

2.1

1 7 6 .9

1 9 .0

3.1

1 2 /8 6

1 7 8 .2

1 7 2 .7

1 7 8 .9

1 3 .7

3 .6

1 2 /8 0

1 8 6 .0

1 8 6 .4

1 8 7 .5

1 2 .0

1 2 /8 0

1 7 6 .0

1 7 6 .3

1 7 6 .8

12.1

.3

3 3 5 1 -4

R o d .........................................................................................................................................
C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r -b a s e a llo y s h e e t, strip a n d p l a t e .........................................

1 8 5 .5

1 7 1 .5

3 3 5 1 -3 3 2 1 8

C o p p e r -b a s e a llo y rod, b a r a n d s h a p e s .................................................................

1 8 1 .7

1 7 6 .5

3 3 5 1 -3 3 2

B a rs a n d s h a p e s .............................................................................................................

1 8 4 .6

1 2 /8 0

3 3 5 1 -3 1 1 1 8

U n a llo y e d c o p p e r b a rs , s h a p e s a n d n o n -e le c tric a l r o d ................ .................

1 2 /8 0

3 3 5 1 -3 1 1

C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r-b a s e a llo y rod, b a r a n d s h a p e s ............................................

1 2 /8 0

1 8 0 .7

1 7 6 .9

1 8 1 .3

9 .5

2 .5
2 .8

.6

U n a llo y e d c o p p e r fla t p r o d u c t s ....................................................................................

3 3 5 1 -4 1 3

1 2 /8 0

164 .1

1 5 9 .7

16 4 .1

6.1

C o p p e r -b a s e a llo y fla t p r o d u c t s ........................................ ..........................................

3 3 5 1 -4 3 5

1 2 /8 0

1 8 6 .4

1 8 3 .0

1 8 7 .2

1 0 .8

2 .3

S trip .........................................................................................................................................

3 3 5 1 -4 3 5 2 6

1 2 /8 0

1 7 3 .3

16 9 .1

1 7 3 .1

1 0 .4

2 .4

S h e e t, p la te a n d o th e r fla t p r o d u c t s .......................... .........................................

3 3 5 1 -4 3 5 3 1

1 2 /8 6

2 3 2 .3

2 3 6 .9

2 4 1 .4

1 2 .9

1 .9

3 3 5 1 -5

1 2 /8 0

1 5 6 .5

1 5 3 .8

1 5 2 .3

1 2 .3

- 1 .0

U n a llo y e d p ip e a n d tu b e , p lu m b in g .................................................. ......................

3 3 5 1 -5 1 6

1 2 /8 0

1 3 8 .7

1 3 6 .2

1 4 0 .9

1 6 .4

3 .5

C o p p e r-b a s e a llo y p ip e a n d tu b e , n o n -p lu m b in g ...............................................

3 3 5 1 -5 3 8

1 2 /8 0

1 3 0 .8

1 3 0 .2

1 3 1 .7

1 0 .2

1 .2

0 6 /8 1

1 6 8 .4

1 6 9 .8

1 6 5 .8

3 0 .0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ...........................................................................................................................

3 3 5 3 -P

0 6 /8 1

1 7 4 .5

1 7 5 .6

1 7 1 .5

3 2 .3

-2 .3

A lu m in u m s h e e t ........................................................................................................................

3 3 5 3 -2

0 6 /8 1

1 7 8 .5

1 7 8 .9

1 7 4 .4

3 4 .7

-2 .5

C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r -b a s e a llo y p ip e a n d t u b e .........................................................

A lu m in u m s h e e t, p la te , foil a n d w e ld e d tu b e p r o d u c ts ....................................................

3353

-2 .4

3 3 5 3 -2 3 1

0 6 /8 1

1 7 4 .5

1 6 9 .3

1 6 5 .5

3 5 .5

-2 .2

C o ile d , n o n h e a t-tre a ta b le , b a re , b e v e ra g e c a n s t o c k .................................

3 3 5 3 -2 3 1 1 4

0 6 /8 1

2 0 8 .6

2 0 2 .1

C o ile d , n o n h e a t-tre a ta b le , b a re , all o t h e r s .......................................................

3 3 5 3 -2 3 1 1 5

0 6 /8 1

1 6 1 .2

1 5 6 .7

(3)
1 5 4 .2

(3)
1 6 .2

(3)
-1 .6

0 8 /8 8

1 1 8 .6

1 1 7 .2

1 1 6 .8

(3)

0 6 /8 1

1 3 2 .6

1 3 9 .4

1 3 8 .0

1 6 .8

1 5 6 .6

1 5 5 .8

C o ile d , n o n h e a t-tre a ta b le , b a r e ..................................................................................

3 3 5 3 -2 3 3

C o ile d , n o n h e a t-tre a ta b le , p r e c o a t e d .................................. ,....................................

3 3 5 3 -3 5 1

P lain alu m in u m foil (u n d e r .0 0 6 i n . ) ...........................................................................

-1 .0

3 3 5 3 -4

A lu m in u m w e ld e d t u b e .........................................................................................................
A lu m in u m e x tru d e d p r o d u c ts .............................................. ........ ..................................................

-.3

3 3 5 3 -3

A lu m in u m foil ............................................................................................................................

1 2 /8 1

3354

1 5 5 .8

1 9 .6

-.5

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................. .......................

3 3 5 4 -P

1 2 /8 1

15 6 .1

1 5 6 .4

1 5 5 .9

1 9 .6

-.3

E x tru d e d a lu m in u m rod, b ar, a n d o th e r e x tru d e d s h a p e s e x c e p t t u b e ......

3 3 5 4 -1

1 2 /8 1

1 5 7 .9

1 5 8 .5

1 5 8 .3

20 .1

- .1

3 3 5 4 -1 1 5

1 2 /8 1

1 5 4 .0

1 4 9 .0

1 4 4 .1

1 2 .7

- 3 .3

3 3 5 4 -1 1 5 1 2

1 2 /8 1

(3)

1 4 1 .4

1 4 0 .8

(3)

E x tru d e d ro d a n d b a r w ith a llo y s o th e r th a n 2 0 0 0 a n d 7 0 0 0 s e r i e s ......
B a r ................................................................. .........................................................................

-.4

O th e r e x tru d e d s h a p e s e x c e p t tu b e , w ith allo y s o th e r th a n 2 0 0 0 a n d
3 3 5 4 -1 2 5

1 2 /8 1

1 5 4 .6

1 5 5 .5

2 1 .3

.1

O th e r e x tru d e d s h a p e s , c irc le s iz e 1 to , n o t including 2 ..........................

3 3 5 4 -1 2 5 0 1

1 2 /8 1

1 8 2 .7

1 8 0 .4

1 7 9 .7

2 3 .2

-.4

O th e r e x tru d e d s h a p e s , c irc le s iz e 2 to , n o t in c lu d in g 3 ............................

3 3 5 4 -1 2 5 0 2

1 2 /8 1

1 5 2 .9

1 6 5 .4

1 6 4 .2

2 1 .6

-.7

O th e r e x tru d e d s h a p e s , c irc le s iz e 3 to , n o t inclu ding 4 ..........................

3 3 5 4 -1 2 5 0 3

1 2 /8 1

1 3 3 .7

1 3 3 .7

1 3 7 .4

1 8 .8

2 .8

O th e r e x tru d e d s h a p e s , c irc le s iz e 4 to , n o t inclu ding 5 ..........................

3 3 5 4 -1 2 5 0 4

1 2 /8 1

1 3 7 .8

1 3 5 .9

1 3 5 .5

-3 .5
1 .2

7 0 0 0 s e r i e s ..................................................................................... ..............................

1 5 5 .4

-.3

O th e r e x tru d e d s h a p e s , c irc le s iz e 5 to , n o t inclu ding 6 ..........................

3 3 5 4 -1 2 5 0 5

1 2 /8 1

1 3 9 .9

1 4 2 .2

1 3 7 .2

(3)
1 0 .6

O th e r e x tru d e d s h a p e s , c irc le s iz e 6 to , n o t inclu ding 1 0 ........................

3 3 5 4 -1 2 5 0 6

1 2 /8 1

16 5 .1

1 6 3 .8

1 6 5 .8

32 .1

O th e r e x tru d e d s h a p e s , circ le s iz e 1 0 a n d o v e r ............................................

3 3 5 4 -1 2 5 1 2

0 6 /8 7

1 6 5 .7

1 6 0 .0

1 6 0 .0

2 1 .8

3 3 5 4 -3

1 2 /9 4

1 0 4 .2

1 0 3 .5

1 0 1 .7

(3)

-1 .7

A lu m in u m e x tru d e d a n d d ra w n p ip e a n d tu b e ........................................ ................

0

1 0 3 .5

1 0 1 .7

(3)

-1 .7

S e a m le s s p ip e a n d tu b e , s o ft a l l o y ......................................................................

3 3 5 4 -3 1 3 0 1

1 2 /9 4

1 0 4 .0

1 0 4 .0

1 0 1 .7

(3)

- 2 .2

S o ft a llo y p ip e a n d tu b e o th e r th a n s e a m l e s s ................................................

3 3 5 4 -3 1 3 0 2

1 2 /9 4

1 0 4 .4

1 0 3 .1

1 0 1 .7

(3)

-1 .4

3 3 5 4 -3 1 3

S o ft a llo y p ip e a n d tu b e , allo y s o th e r th a n 2 0 0 0 a n d 7 0 0 0 s e r ie s ..........

1 2 /9 4

1 0 4 .2

0 6 /8 1

1 4 2 .4

1 4 4 .5

1 4 0 .2

1 3 .9

-3 .0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..... ....................................................................................................................

3 3 5 5 -P

0 6 /8 1

1 4 6 .7

1 4 8 .9

1 4 4 .4

15.1

-3 .0

R o lle d alu m in u m rod, b a r (incl. c o n tin u o u s c a s t), a n d s tru ctu ral s h a p e s

3 3 5 5 -2

0 6 /8 1

1 4 5 .5

1 3 9 .8

1 3 9 .0

(3)

-.6

R o lle d rod, b a r a n d s tru ctu ral s h a p e s ..... ...............................................................

3 3 5 5 -2 2 1

0 6 /8 1

1 6 5 .2

1 5 7 .1

1 5 6 .2

(3)

-.6

C o n tin u o u s c a s t rod, b a r a n d stru c tu ra l s h a p e s ................................................

3 3 5 5 -2 2 5

0 6 /8 1

1 1 7 .0

(3)

1 1 7 .0

(3)

A lu m in u m rolling a n d d ra w in g , n . e . c ...........................................................................................

3355

(3)

3 3 5 5 -4

A lu m in u m ex tru s io n b i l l e t ....................................................................................................
R o lling, d ra w in g a n d extru d in g o f n o n fe rro u s m e ta ls , e x c e p t c o p p e r a n d

0 6 /8 2

1 2 4 .9

13 0 .1

1 3 0 .6

8 .4

.4

P rim ary P r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 3 5 6 -P

0 6 /8 2

1 2 3 .2

1 2 8 .9

1 2 9 .5

9 .3

.5

N ic k e l a n d n ic k e l-b a s e a llo y mill s h a p e s ................................................. .................

3 3 5 6 -1

0 6 /8 2

1 3 3 .7

14 1 .1

1 4 5 .1

2 7 .2

2 .8

3 3 5 6 -1 6 9

0 2 /8 5

1 4 9 .5

1 5 9 .5

1 6 5 .8

3 7 .9

3 .9

3 3 5 6 -2

0 6 /8 2

8 9 .7

9 5 .8

9 6 .0

1 0 .7

F o rg in g a n d extru s io n b i l l e t .................................. ........................................................

3 3 5 6 -2 7 4

0 6 /8 2

9 7 .9

1 0 2 .3

(3)

(3)

P la te , s h e e t a n d s t r i p ........................................................................................................

3 3 5 6 -2 7 5

1 2 /8 7

1 2 6 .5

1 3 7 .4

O th e r tita n iu m mill s h a p e s , e x c e p t w ire .................................................................

3 3 5 6 -2 7 8

1 2 /8 7

1 3 3 .3

1 4 3 .7

(3)
1 4 4 .6

(3)
1 5 .3

3 3 5 6 -9

0 6 /8 2

1 2 2 .5

1 2 6 .5

1 2 6 .8

1 0 .9

.2

3 3 5 6 -9 5 4

1 2 /8 7

8 2 .3

8 7 .7

8 8 .7

8 .8

1.1

6 8 .9

6 9 .6

8 .6

1 .0

a lu m in u m ...........................................................................................................................................

3356

R o d , b ar, a n d o th e r n ic k e l mill s h a p e s , e x c e p t w i r e ........................................
T ita n iu m m ill s h a p e s ..............................................................................................................

O th e r n o n fe rro u s m e ta l mill s h a p e s .............................................................................
L e a d m ill s h a p e s ..................................................................................................................

.2
(3)
(3)
.6

0 6 /8 2

6 4 .7

Z irc o n iu m m ill s h a p e s , e x c e p t w i r e ........... ...............................................................

3 3 5 6 -9 6 1

1 2 /8 7

1 0 3 .7

1 0 4 .1

10 4 .1

4 .4

0

O th e r n o n fe rro u s m e ta l w i r e .........................................................................................

3 3 5 6 -9 9 2

0 6 /8 2

1 3 0 .5

1 3 9 .0

1 3 9 .3

1 3 .5

.2

0 6 /8 2

1 4 2 .3

1 4 2 .3

1 4 2 .3

- .2

0

1 2 /8 2

1 5 7 .4

1 5 7 .3

1 5 8 .6

9 .7

.8

3 3 5 6 -9 5 4 1 2

O th e r le a d mill s h a p e s , e x c e p t p o w d e r a n d w i r e .........................................

3 3 5 6 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 3 5 6 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
N o n fe rro u s w ire d ra w in g a n d in s u la t in g ....................................................................................

3357

See footnotes at end of table.




86

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x
Ind ustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u ct

In d e x

cod e

code

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

base
M a r.

June

July

19952

19952

19952

1 2 /8 2

1 6 0 .2

1 6 0 .3

1 6 1 .7

9 .9

0 .9

1 2 /8 8

1 0 8 .8

10 0 .1

9 7 .9

2 6 .2

- 2 .2

Ju ly 1 9 9 4

June 1995

N o n fe rro u s w ire d raw in g a n d in su latin g — C o n tin u e d
P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -P

A lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e allo y b a re w ire a n d c a b l e .................................

3 3 5 7 -A
3 3 5 7 -A 1 1

A lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e a llo y b a re w ire a n d c a b l e .............................
C o p p e r & c o p p e r-b a s e a llo y w ire & c a b le fo r e le c tric a l tran sm issio n ,

3 3 5 7 -B

incl. b a re & t i n n e d ..........................................................................................................
B a re w ire fo r e le c tric a l tr a n s m is s io n ........................................................................

3 3 5 7 -B 5 1

1 2 /8 8

9 4 .5

9 4 .2

9 5 .7

1 2 .3

1 .6

B a re s tra n d a n d c a b le fo r e le c tric a l tr a n s m is s io n ............................................

3 3 5 7 -B 7 1

1 2 /8 8

8 5 .0

8 6 .5

8 7 .6

8 .8

1 .3

3 3 5 7 -C

O th e r b a re n o n fe rro u s m e ta l w i r e .................................... ..............................................

3 3 5 7 -E

F ib e r o p tic c a b l e ................................................... ..................................................................

3 3 5 7 -E 1 1

1 2 /8 8

9 6 .4

9 .9

1 2 /8 2

1 4 4 .5

(3)
1 4 3 .2

9 8 .8

3 3 5 7 -1

1 4 3 .4

3 .2

(3)
.1

3 3 5 7 -1 1 5

1 2 /8 2

1 6 2 .4

1 6 2 .2

1 6 2 .4

3 .2

.1

R igid a n d s e m ir ig id .........................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -1 1 5 0 1

1 2 /8 8

1 1 8 .3

1 1 8 .3

1 1 8 .3

2.1

0

F le x ib le ................................................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -1 1 5 0 2

1 2 /8 8

1 0 2 .9

1 0 2 .4

1 0 2 .7

5 .5

.3

F ib e r o p tic c a b l e ................................... ................... ..........................................................
E le c tro n ic w ire a n d c a b l e ...................................................................................................
C o a x ia l c a b le , a rm o re d o r u n a r m o r e d .....................................................................

3 3 5 7 -1 2 3

1 2 /8 2

1 1 6 .6

1 1 6 .6

1 1 6 .4

2 .6

-.2

3 3 5 7 -1 2 3 0 2

1 2 /8 8

1 0 3 .5

1 0 3 .4

1 03.1

3 .3

- .3

3 3 5 7 -1 2 5

1 2 /8 2

1 4 7 .0

1 4 3 .4

1 4 3 .8

2 .6

.3

F la t a n d ribbon c a b l e ....................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -1 2 5 0 1

1 2 /8 8

9 5 .8

9 7 .2

9 7 .2

3 .4

0

M u ltic o n d u c to r c a b le , exclu d in g fla t a n d rib b o n ............................................

3 3 5 7 -1 2 5 0 2

1 2 /8 8

1 0 9 .6

1 0 6 .4

1 0 6 .8

2 .6

.4

H o o k -u p w ire, s h ie ld e d a n d n o n s h ie ld e d ..............................................................
L e s s th a n 1 3 5 C te m p e ra tu re rating ...................................................................
M u ltic o n d u c to r e le c tro n ic w ire a n d c a b le , s h ie ld e d a n d n o n s h ie ld e d ....

1 2 /8 2

1 4 5 .9

1 5 3 .0

1 5 3 .0

2 4 .8

0

3 3 5 7 -2

1 2 /8 2

1 6 8 .8

1 7 2 .8

1 7 2 .9

1 1 .5

.1

In s id e w iring c a b l e .............................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -2 4 6

1 2 /8 2

1 8 2 .7

1 8 9 .4

191.1

7 .7

.9

E x c h a n g e a r e a a n d toll te le p h o n e c a b l e ......................................... ............... .

3 3 5 7 -2 8 2

1 2 /8 8

1 1 3 .0

1 1 3 .8

1 1 3 .8

9 .0

0

3 3 5 7 -2 8 2 0 2

1 0 /8 6

1 5 7 .5

1 5 8 .7

1 5 8 .6

9 .0

-.1

3 3 5 7 -1 9 8

O th e r e le c tro n ic w ire a n d c a b l e ..................................................................................
T e le p h o n e a n d te le g ra p h w ire a n d c a b l e ..................................................................

T h e rm o p la s tic in s u la te d , p o ly e th y le n e c o v e r e d .............................................

3 3 5 7 -3

T h e rm o s e t in su lated (R , R H , R H H , R H W , e tc .) .................................................

1 5 7 .7

1 5 8 .0

8 .7

1 3 8 .4

1 4 1 .5

1 4 1 .5

1 3 .4

0

1 2 /8 2

1 6 4 .3

1 6 2 .6

1 6 7 .6

1 2 .9

3.1

3 3 5 7 -4 3 9

Building w ire a n d c a b le w ith u n d e rw rite rs ’ l a b e l s ..................................................

1 5 7 .2

1 2 /8 2

3 3 5 7 -4

S ig n a l w ire a n d c a b l e .................................................... ..................................................

1 2 /8 2

3 3 5 7 -3 1 1

C o n tr o l a n d sig n al w ire a n d c a b l e .................................................................................

.2

1 2 /8 8

7 7 .0

8 0 .0

86 .1

2 5 .7

7 .6

3 3 5 7 -4 4 1

1 2 /8 8

8 1 .5

8 1 .8

8 3 .7

1 3 .3

2 .3

F la m e re ta rd a n t nylon (T H H N , T H W N ) ..............................................................

3 3 5 7 -4 4 1 0 1

1 2 /8 2

1 6 2 .0

1 6 0 .6

1 6 4 .8

1 5 .5

2 .6

M o is tu re a n d h e a t re s is ta n t ( T H W ) .......................................................................

1 6 1 .9

1 0 .6

T h e rm o p la s tic in s u la t e d ..................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -4 4 1 0 3

1 2 /8 2

155.1

1 5 8 .7

N o n m e ta llic b ra n c h circuit u n d e rg ro u n d f e e d e r ..................................................

3 3 5 7 -4 4 8

1 2 /8 2

1 6 6 .9

1 5 7 .8

1 6 1 .2

7 .2

2 .2

O th e r building w ire a n d c a b l e ......................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -4 5 8

1 2 /8 2

1 4 9 .3

1 4 4 .2

1 4 7 .2

8 .4

2.1

3 3 5 7 -6

1 2 /8 2

1 5 2 .7

1 5 3 .8

1 5 4 .1

1 1 .2

.2

3 3 5 7 -6 1 2

1 2 /8 8

10 3 .1

1 0 3 .3

1 0 2 .8

5 .4

-.5

T h e rm o p la s tic in s u la te d ..... ............................................ ............................................

3 3 5 7 -6 1 2 0 2

1 2 /8 2

1 0 8 .0

1 0 6 .6

1 0 6 .6

5 .4

0

E x te n s io n c o rd s e t s ......................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -6 1 2 0 3

1 2 /8 8

1 0 4 .5

1 0 6 .2

1 0 4 .7

7 .9

- 1 .4

P o w e r s upply co rd .........................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -6 1 2 0 4

1 2 /8 8

100.1

3.1

(3)
(3)
1 .0

A p p a ra tu s w ire a n d c o rd a g e ..............................................................................................
F le x ib le c o r d a g e ........... .......................................................................................................

2 .0

(3)

100 .1

3 3 5 7 -6 1 6

1 2 /8 2

1 1 4 .2

6 .5

3 3 5 7 -7

1 2 /8 2

1 6 3 .5

(3)
1 6 2 .0

1 1 2 .4

M a g n e t w ire ............................................................ ..................................................................

1 6 3 .7

1 0 .8

P o w e r w ire a n d c a b l e ...........................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -8

1 2 /8 2

1 2 6 .9

126.1

1 2 8 .6

8 .5

2 .0

3 3 5 7 -8 0 8

1 2 /8 8

1 0 2 .7

1 0 0 .4

1 0 3 .7

1 0 .0

3 .3

6 .6

1.1

A p p lia n c e fix tu re w i r e .......................................................................................................

P lastic a n d ru b b e r in s u la te d , u n d e r 6 0 1 v o l t s .............................................. .

3 3 5 7 -8 0 8 0 3

1 3 4 .7

1 3 1 .9

1 2 /8 8

8 0 .6

8 0 .8

8 1 .3

5 .9

.6

3 3 5 7 -8 3 1 0 3

T h e rm o p la s tic a n d th e rm o s e t in s u la te d c a b l e ...............................................

1 0 /8 6

3 3 5 7 -8 3 1

T h e rm o p la s tic a n d th e rm o s e t in s u la te d c a b l e ...............................................
P la s tic a n d ru b b e r in s u la te d , 6 0 1 v o lts a n d h ig h e r ..........................................

1 3 3 .4

1 2 /8 8

8 0 .5

8 0 .7

8 1 .2

5 .9

.6
1 .2

3 3 5 7 -8 9 8

1 4 7 .9

15 3 .1

1 5 4 .9

1 2 .4

1 2 /8 2

1 4 8 .7

1 5 0 .9

1 5 1 .4

9 .8

.3

3 3 5 7 -9 0 1

A u to m o tiv e in s u la te d w ire a n d c a b l e .............................. ........................................

1 2 /8 2

3 3 5 7 -9

O th e r p o w e r w ire a n d c a b l e ..........................................................................................
O th e r in s u la te d w ire a n d c a b l e .......................................................................................

1 2 /8 2

1 6 8 .6

1 73.1

1 7 1 .8

1 2 .6

-.8

A irfra m e , s h ip b o ard , a n d g ro u n d su p p o rt c a b le , e x c e p t c o a x ia l a n d
i g n it io n .............................................................................................................................

3 3 5 7 -9 0 3

1 2 /8 2

1 2 5 .8

1 3 6 .7

1 3 6 .7

1 0 .6

0

O th e r in s u la te d o r c o v e re d w ire a n d c a b l e ...........................................................

3 3 5 7 -9 9 8

1 2 /8 2

1 20.1

11 7 .1

1 1 8 .7

6 .6

1 .4

1 2 /8 2

1 8 4 .8

1 8 4 .8

1 8 4 .8

4.1

0

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .6

1 3 2 .7

1 3 2 .2

5 .3

-.4

3 3 5 7 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 3 5 7 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ....................................................................... .......................................
N o n fe rro u s fo u n d rie s ( c a s t in g s ) .............................. ....................................................................

336

A lu m in u m D ie C a s t i n g s .....................................................................................................................

3363

0 6 /9 1

1 1 5 .8

1 1 3 .4

1 1 2 .3

6 .4

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 3 6 3 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 4 6 .3

1 4 3 .0

1 4 1 .6

6 .9

-1 .0

M o to r v e h ic le d ie c a s t in g s ........... .....................................................................................

3 3 6 3 -1

0 6 /8 3

1 3 5 .5

1 3 1 .8

1 2 9 .4

5 .5

-1 .8

-1 .0

D ie c a s tin g s fo r p a s s e n g e r c a r s ........................................ .........................................

3 3 6 3 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 3 5 .0

1 3 1 .4

1 2 9 .2

5 .7

-1 .7

D ie c a s tin g s fo r o th e r m o to r v e h ic le s ......................................................................

3 3 6 3 -1 1 2

0 6 /8 3

1 3 9 .4

1 3 5 .2

1 3 1 .3

2 .7

- 2 .9

3 3 6 3 -3

0 6 /8 3

1 4 9 .9

6 .9

D ie c a s tin g s fo r building a n d co n s tru c tio n u s e s .................................................

3 3 6 3 -3 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 7 2 .2

1 6 6 .9

1 6 8 .6

6 .4

1 .0

D ie c a s tin g s fo r industrial m a c h in e ry u s e s ............................................................

3 3 6 3 -3 1 5

0 6 /8 3

1 5 2 .4

1 5 0 .0

1 4 9 .3

8 .8

-.5

D ie c a s tin g s fo r e le c tric a l u s e s ....................................................................................

3 3 6 3 -3 1 6

0 6 /8 3

1 3 8 .9

1 3 5 .8

1 3 4 .3

4 .5

- 1 .1

O th e r d ie c a s tin g s , n .e .c ...................................................................................................

3 3 6 3 -3 1 7

0 6 /8 3

1 2 7 .9

1 2 4 .8

1 2 4 .3

6 .5

-.4

A lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e allo y d ie cas tin g s , o t h e r ....................................

1 4 9 .9

0

3 3 6 3 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 3 6 3 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
N o n fe rro u s d ie -c a s tin g s , e x c e p t a lu m in u m .............................................................................

1 5 3 .5

0 6 /9 1

1 0 3 .6

10 3 .1

1 0 2 .8

2 .7

- .3

0 6 /9 1

3364

1 0 1 .5

102.1

1 0 1 .9

3 .6

-.2

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 3 6 4 -P

0 6 /9 1

1 0 1 .3

1 0 1 .8

1 0 1 .5

3 .7

-.3

Z in c a n d z in c -b a s e allo y d ie - c a s tin g s ...........................................................................

3 3 6 4 -1

0 6 /8 3

1 3 5 .2

1 3 5 .7

1 3 5 .3

3 .6

- .3

M o to r v e h ic le d ie - c a s t in g s ..............................................................................................

3 3 6 4 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 1 6 .3

1 1 6 .2

1 1 5 .3

2 .3

-.8

O th e r zin c d ie - c a s t in g s ....................................................................................................

3 3 6 4 -1 1 2

0 6 /8 3

1 4 7 .8

1 4 8 .7

1 4 8 .5

4.1

- .1

3 3 6 4 -2

0 7 /8 3

1 1 9 .5

1 2 0 .9

1 2 0 .9

1.2

0

0 6 /9 1

103.1

1 0 3 .9

1 0 4 .0

2 .9

.1

0 6 /9 1

111 .1

111.1

1 1 1 .3

6 .4

.2

M a g n e s iu m d ie - c a s tin g s ......................................................................................................

3 3 6 4 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .................... ..................................

3 3 6 4 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
A lu m in u m F o u n d r ie s ...........................................................................................................................

3365

See footnotes at end of table.




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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
P ro d u c t
cod e

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

cod e

base
M a r.

Ju n e

19952

19952

C c_
O
C c
O
c .<
n

Ind ustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

Ju ly 1 9 9 4

June 1995

A lu m in u m F o u n d rie s — C o n tin u e d
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ....................................................... ..................................................................

3 3 6 5 -P

0 6 /9 1

1 1 1 .5

1 1 1 .6

1 1 1 .9

6 .9

A lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e a llo y s a n d c a s t in g s ..............................................

3 3 6 5 -1

0 6 /8 3

1 4 5 .4

1 4 3 .8

1 4 3 .3

6.1

-.3

3 3 6 5 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 3

14 6 .1

1 4 4 .2

1 4 2 .6

6 .4

-1 .1

M o to r v e h ic le s a n d c a s tin g s ................. .................. ...................................................

0 .3

A irc ra ft s a n d c a s tin g s ........................................ ...............................................................

3 3 6 5 -1 1 3

0 6 /9 1

1 0 8 .8

1 0 8 .8

1 0 8 .8

2 .6

A lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e a llo y s a n d castin g s , o t h e r ............................

3 3 6 5 -1 1 5

0 6 /8 3

1 5 0 .4

1 4 8 .8

1 4 9 .4

6.1

.4

S a n d c a s tin g s fo r industrial m a c h in e ry u s e s .......................... ........................

3 3 6 5 -1 1 5 1 2

0 6 /8 3

1 7 5 .4

1 7 6 .0

1 7 5 .5

7 .4

-.3

O th e r s a n d c a s tin g s n .e .c .................................. ........ ................................................

3 3 6 5 -1 1 5 1 4

0 6 /8 3

1 4 9 .6

1 4 9 .2

14 9 .1

6 .3

-.1

3 3 6 5 -2

0 6 /8 3

1 3 1 .3

1 3 2 .9

1 3 4 .0

9 .4

.8

M o to r v e h ic le p e r m a n e n t m o ld c a s tin g s ...............................................................

3 3 6 5 -2 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 2 9 .2

1 2 9 .7

1 3 0 .4

9.1

.5

A lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e a llo y p e rm a n e n t m o ld c astin g s, o t h e r ...

134 .1

A lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e a llo y p e rm a n e n t m o ld c a s t in g s .....................

3 3 6 5 -2 1 5

0 6 /8 3

1 3 6 .9

1 3 8 .3

P e r m a n e n t m o ld c a s tin g s fo r in dustrial m a c h in e ry u s e s ..........................

3 3 6 5 -2 1 5 1 2

0 6 /9 1

9 9 .7

9 9 .7

1 0 0 .2

4 .5

.5

O th e r p e r m a n e n t m o ld c a s tin g s n .e .c ..................................................................

3 3 6 5 -2 1 5 1 4

0 6 /8 3

1 5 3 .3

1 5 2 .6

1 5 6 .0

1 6 .4

2 .2

3 3 6 5 -3

0 6 /8 3

1 3 5 .0

1 3 5 .7

1 3 7 .1

3 .8

O th e r a lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e a llo y c a s tin g s a n d c a s t p ro d u c ts ....

9 .6

0

10
.2

A lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e a llo y in v e s tm e n t c a s t in g s .............................

3 3 6 5 -3 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 0 8 .5

1 0 9 .8

1 1 0 .0

O th e r alu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e a llo y c a s tin g s n . e . c . ............................

3 3 6 5 -3 1 3

0 6 /9 1

1 38.1

(3)

(3)

3 3 6 5 -S

0 6 /9 1

1 0 8 .3

1 0 8 .2

1 0 7 .4

3 .6

0 6 /8 3

1 4 5 .6

146 .1

1 4 6 .3

4 .7

.1

3 3 6 6 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 4 3 .8

1 4 4 .2

1 4 4 .5

4 .4

.2

1 4 4 .4

1 4 4 .6

4 .2

(3)

(3)

3 3 6 5 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ......................................................
S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts ................................................ ...............................................................
C o p p e r fo u n d rie s (ca stin g s, e x c e p t d i e ) ...................................................................................

1 .7

1 .0

3366

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

-.7

.1

3 3 6 6 -1

0 6 /8 3

1 4 4 .0

O th e r le a d e d red a n d s e m i-re d b r a s s e s .................................................................

3 3 6 6 -1 1 3

0 6 /9 1

1 0 7 .6

1 0 7 .6

1 0 8 .2

5 .5

.6

T in b ro n z e s , including le a d e d a n d high l e a d e d ..... ........ ....................................

3 3 6 6 -1 1 5

0 6 /9 1

1 0 7 .4

1 0 7 .4

1 0 7 .3

4 .9

- .1

silvers, a n d s p e c ia l a llo y s ......................................................................................

3 3 6 6 -1 1 7

.0 6 /9 1

1 0 6 .2

1 0 8 .8

1 0 8 .8

4 .4

0

C o p p e r a n d high c o p p e r a llo y s ....................................................................................

3 3 6 6 -1 1 8

0 6 /9 1

1 0 6 .6

1 0 6 .6

1 0 6 .6

5 .2

0

3 3 6 6 -1 1 9

0 6 /9 1

1 0 4 .0

1 0 3 .9

1 0 4 .2

1 .6

.3

3 3 6 6 -2

0 6 /8 3

1 4 9 .5

1 4 9 .7

1 5 0 .0

4 .5

.2
0

C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r -b a s e allo y s a n d c a s t in g s .........................................................

O th e r allo ys , inc. y e llo w b ra s s e s , n ickel a n d le a d b ro n ze s , n ickel

E n g in e e re d a llo ys , inc. m a n g a n e s e , a lu m in u m , a n d silicon b ro n ze s ,
a n d c o p p e r n ic k e ls ....................................................................................................
O th e r c o p p e r a n d c o p p e r-b a s e allo y c a s t in g s ........................................................
C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r-b a s e allo y p e rm a n e n t a n d s e m i-p e rm a n e n t m old
c a s t in g s .................................................................................................. ........................

3 3 6 6 -2 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 0 6 .2

1 0 6 .6

1 0 6 .6

4.1

C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r-b a s e allo y in v e s tm e n t c a s t in g s ........................................

3 3 6 6 -2 1 3

0 6 /9 1

1 0 4 .5

1 0 4 .5

1 0 4 .5

0

C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r-b a s e allo y c e n trifu g a l c a s t in g s ..... ...................................

3 3 6 6 -2 1 7

0 6 /9 1

9 9 .3

9 8 .8

9 8 .8

5 .2

0

O th e r c o p p e r a n d c o p p e r-b a s e allo y c a s tin g s , n .e .c ....... .................................

3 3 6 6 -2 1 9

0 6 /9 1

1 0 3 .7

1 0 4 .3

10 5 .1

9.1

.8

3 3 6 6 -3

0 6 /8 3

1 1 9 .2

12 1 .1

1 2 1 .3

9 .6

.2

C o p p e r -b a s e allo y b e a rin g s a n d bu sh in g s, n o n m a c h in e d .............................

3 3 6 6 -3 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 1 9 .2

1 2 1 .1

1 2 1 .3

9 .6

.2

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 3 6 6 -S M
0 6 /8 3

1 5 5 .5

1 5 6 .9

1 5 7 .0

7.1

.1

C o p p e r -b a s e a llo y b e a rin g s a n d bush in g s, n o n m a c h in e d ................................

3 3 6 6 -S

S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s ........................................................ ......................................................

0

N o n fe rro u s c astin g s, e x c e p t alu m in u m a n d c o p p e r, a n d e x clu d in g d ie0 6 /8 3

1 3 9 .0

1 3 8 .9

1 3 8 .2

-1 .3

-.5

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 3 6 9 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 3 1 .6

1 3 1 .7

1 3 0 .9

-2 .5

-.6

T ita n iu m c astin g s, e x c e p t d i e ................. .........................................................................

3 3 6 9 -3

0 6 /8 3

1 1 9 .7

1 1 9 .7

1 1 9 .7

-.7

0

S u p e r a llo y /h ig h te m p e ra tu re allo y in v e s tm e n t c a s t in g s ....................................

3 3 6 9 -5

0 6 /9 1

9 3 .9

9 4 .0

9 3 .0

-4 .2

- 1 .1

0 6 /8 3

1 8 1 .3

1 8 0 .7

1 8 0 .4

4 .8

-.2

c a s t in g s ........................................................... ................................................................................

3369

3 3 6 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .......... ............................................

3 3 6 9 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................... ..........
M is c e lla n e o u s p rim a ry m e ta l p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

339

0 6 /8 5

1 2 4 .6

1 2 4 .3

1 2 4 .5

4 .3

.2

M e ta l h e a t t r e a t i n g ................................................... ..........................................................................

3398

0 6 /8 5

1 1 0 .9

11 1 .1

11 1 .1

.5

0
0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 3 9 8 -P

0 6 /8 5

1 1 1 .5

1 1 1 .8

1 1 1 .8

.5

M e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e r v ic e s -N e w E n g la n d ( M A - R I - C T ) .....................................

3 3 9 8 -1

0 6 /9 0

1 0 0 .6

1 0 0 .6

1 0 0 .6

0

0

H a rd e n a n d t e m p e r ...........................................................................................................

3 3 9 8 -1 1 1

0 6 /9 0

1 0 0 .9

1 0 0 .9

1 0 0 .9

0

0

O th e r m e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e rv ic e s .............................................................................

3 3 9 8 -1 1 3

0 6 /9 0

99.1

99.1

99.1

0

0

3 3 9 8 -2

0 6 /8 5

1 2 0 .6

1 2 0 .9

1 2 0 .9

-.7

0

3 3 9 8 -2 2 1

0 6 /8 5

1 2 0 .3

1 1 9 .2

1 1 9 .2

-2 .9

3 3 9 8 -3

0 6 /8 5

1 1 5 .7

1 1 5 .8

1 1 5 .8

1 .7

0

3 .6

0

M e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e rv ic e s -M id d le A tla n tic ( N Y - N J - E .P A - M D ) .....................
H a rd e n a n d t e m p e r ...........................................................................................................
M e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e rv ic e s -S o u th C e n tra l (W .P A - O H - IN - K Y ) ........................

0

H a rd e n a n d t e m p e r ...........................................................................................................

3 3 9 8 -3 3 1

0 6 /8 5

1 2 3 .4

1 2 3 .6

1 2 3 .6

C a s e h a r d e n in g ............................................................ .......................................................

3 3 9 8 -3 3 2

0 6 /8 5

1 0 6 .7

1 0 6 .7

1 0 6 .7

0

0

O th e r m e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e r v ic e s .......................... ................... .............................

3 3 9 8 -3 3 3

0 6 /8 5

1 1 4 .3

1 1 4 .3

1 1 4 .3

0

0

3 3 9 8 -4

0 6 /8 5

1 0 2 .8

1 0 3 .5

1 0 3 .5

.9

0

3 3 9 8 -4 4 1

0 6 /8 5

1 0 0 .4

10 2 .1

102.1

1 .9

0

0

0

M e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e rv ic e s -M ic h ig a n ..........................................................................
H a rd e n a n d t e m p e r .......................... .............................................. ............. ...................
C a s e h a r d e n in g ...................................................................................................................
O th e r m e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e r v ic e s ........................................ ...................................
M e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e rv ic e s -S o u th e a s t (V A - N C - S C - G A - A L - T N - F L ) .............

0 6 /8 5

1 0 2 .7

1 0 2 .7

3 3 9 8 -4 4 3

0 6 /8 5

1 0 8 .2

1 0 8 .2

1 0 8 .2

.5

0

3 3 9 8 -5

0 6 /8 5

1 0 0 .5

1 0 0 .5

1 0 0 .5

.9

0
0

3 3 9 8 -4 4 2

1 0 2 .7

H a rd e n a n d t e m p e r ....................................................... ...................................................

3 3 9 8 -5 5 1

0 6 /8 5

1 0 2 .9

1 0 2 .9

1 0 2 .9

1 .5

C a s e h a r d e n in g ............................................... ....................................................................

3 3 9 8 -5 5 2

0 6 /8 5

9 5 .2

9 5 .2

9 5 .2

.7

0

O th e r m e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e r v ic e s .......... ............................................ ....................

3 3 9 8 -5 5 3

0 6 /9 0

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

0

0

3 3 9 8 -6

0 6 /8 5

113.1

1 1 3 .8

1 1 3 .8

1.3

0

H a r d e n a n d t e m p e r ............................................................................................................

3 3 9 8 -6 6 1

0 6 /8 5

1 1 8 .3

1 1 9 .9

1 1 9 .8

2 .4

- .1

C a s e h a r d e n in g ....................................................................................................................

3 3 9 8 -6 6 2

0 6 /8 5

1 0 6 .6

1 0 6 .6

1 0 6 .6

.1

0

O th e r m e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e r v ic e s ........................................ ...................................

3 3 9 8 -6 6 3

0 6 /8 5

1 1 2 .8

1 1 3 .0

1 1 3 .0

.7

0

3 3 9 8 -7

0 6 /8 5

1 1 2 .3

1 1 2 .3

1 1 2 .3

-.4

.0

H a rd e n a n d t e m p e r ........................................................... ...............................................

3 3 9 8 -7 7 1

0 6 /8 5

1 1 9 .2

1 1 9 .2

1 1 9 .2

0

0

O th e r m e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e r v ic e s ............................................................................

3 3 9 8 -7 7 3

0 6 /8 5

1 09.1

1 0 9 .1

10 9 .1

-2 .6

0

3 3 9 8 -8

0 6 /8 5

1 0 5 .9

1 0 5 .9

1 0 5 .9

-.4

0

H a r d e n a n d t e m p e r ............................... ...........................................................................

3 3 9 8 -8 8 1

0 6 /8 5

9 7 .6

9 7 .6

9 7 .6

0

0

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 3 9 8 -S M
0 6 /8 5

1 1 3 .0

1 1 3 .0

1 1 3 .0

1 .6

0

M e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e rv ic e s -N o rth C e n tra l (IL -W I-M N - M O - IA ) ......................

M e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e rv ic e s -P a c ific C o a s t ( C A - A Z - O R - W A ) ............................

M e ta l h e a t tre a tin g s e rv ic e s -S o u th w e s t ( T X - O K - A R - C O - L A - U T ) ...................

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...... ........................................................................................................

3 3 9 8 -S

See footnotes at end of table.




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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
Ind ustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t
cod e

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

base
M a r.

P rim a ry m e ta l p ro d u c ts , n .e .c ..........................................................................................................

3399

0 6 /8 5

Ju n e

Ju ly

19952

19952

19952

1 4 0 .9

1 3 9 .8

1 4 0 .3

July 1 9 9 4

7 .4

June 1995

0 .4

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 3 9 9 -P

0 6 /8 5

1 3 8 .7

137.1

1 3 7 .7

7 .2

.4

M e ta l p o w d e rs , p a s te , a n d f l a k e s ............................... ..................................................

3 3 9 9 -1

0 6 /8 5

1 3 8 .9

1 3 6 .8

1 3 7 .5

5 .9

.5

A lu m in u m a n d a lu m in u m -b a s e a llo y s .......................................................................

3 3 9 9 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 5

1 7 1 .6

1 7 1 .6

1 7 1 .6

1 6 .6

0

C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r-b a s e a llo y s ..................................................................................

3 3 9 9 -1 3 3

0 6 /8 5

1 3 4 .5

1 3 1 .3

1 3 5 .2

17.1

3 .0

Iron a n d s t e e l ............................................................................................ ...........................

3 3 9 9 -1 5 5

0 6 /8 5

1 2 9 .8

1 2 9 .3

1 2 9 .3

5 .0

0

P re c io u s m e t a l s ....................................................................................................................

3 3 9 9 -1 7 7

0 6 /9 2

11 8 .1

1 1 8 .2

118.1

-.2

-.1
.9

3 3 9 9 -1 9 8

0 6 /8 5

1 1 2 .2

1 0 6 .5

1 0 7 .5

-1 .1

3 3 9 9 -2

0 6 /8 5

1 3 2 .0

1 3 2 .0

1 3 2 .0

1 0 .7

0

3 3 9 9 -2 9 8

0 6 /8 5

1 1 6 .6

1 1 6 .6

1 1 6 .6

.7

0

0 6 /8 5

1 6 4 .0

1 6 6 .0

1 6 6 .0

9 .6

0

34

1 2 /8 4

12 4 .1

1 2 4 .9

125 .1

4 .0

.2

M e ta l c a n s a n d s h ip p in g c o n t a in e r s ...........................................................................................

341

1 2 /8 4

1 0 9 .8

1 1 0 .2

1 1 0 .0

9 .5

- .2

M e ta l c a n s ...............................................................................................................................................

3411

0 6 /8 1

1 1 9 .3

1 1 9 .8

1 1 9 .6

8 .9

- .2

O th e r p o w d e rs , p a s te , a n d fla k e s , n .e .c ..................................................................
O th e r p rim ary m e ta l p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................................
O th e r p rim ary m e ta l p ro d u c ts , n .e .c ...........................................................................

3 3 9 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 3 9 9 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
F a b ric a te d m e ta l p ro d u c ts , e x c e p t m a c h in e ry a n d tra n s p o rta tio n
e q u ip m e n t .................................................... ...................................................................................

3 4 1 1 -P

S te e l c a n s ..................................................................................................................................

0 6 /8 1

1 1 8 .5

1 1 9 .0

1 1 8 .8

9 .3

- .2

3 4 1 1 -1

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

0 6 /8 1

1 2 7 .2

1 2 8 ,3

1 2 7 .9

2 .2

-.3
-.5

3 4 1 1 -1 B

0 6 /8 1

1 3 5 .7

1 3 7 .5

1 3 6 .8

2 .9

F ru it a n d fru it ju ic e c a n .............................................................................................

3 4 1 1 -1 1 7

0 6 /8 1

1 3 9 .4

1 4 6 .9

1 4 6 .4

5 .8

- .3

V e g e ta b le a n d v e g e ta b le ju ic e c a n ...................................... ...............................

3 4 1 1 -1 1 9

0 6 /8 1

1 1 8 .4

1 1 9 .2

1 1 8 .7

2 .9

-.4

1 5 7 .9

1.2

- 1 .1

S te e l c a n s , f o o d ..................................................................................................................

3 4 1 1 -1 3 1

0 6 /8 1

1 5 8 .2

1 5 9 .7

3 4 1 1 -1 C

0 6 /8 1

1 2 4 .3

1 2 4 .6

1 2 4 .6

1.0

A u to m o tiv e p r o d u c t s ..................... .......................................................... ....................

3 4 1 1 -1 3 5

1 2 /9 4

1 03.1

3 4 1 1 -1 3 7

0 6 /8 1

1 2 5 .3

(3)
1 2 8 .6

(3)
2 .3

(3)

P a in t a n d v a rn is h c a n ..................................................................................................

(3)
1 2 8 .6

A e ro s o l c a n ................... ...................................................................................................

3 4 1 1 -1 3 9

1 2 /8 6

1 2 2 .2

(3)
1 3 6 .2

(3)
4 .4

(3)

C a n , o th e r fo o d s (includin g s o u p s ) .......................................................................
S te e l c a n s , g e n e ra l p a c k a g in g (includ ing p e t f o o d ) .........................................

0
0

0 6 /8 1

1 3 6 .2

(3)
1 3 6 .2

A lu m in u m c a n s ........................................................................................................................

3 4 1 1 -2

0 6 /8 1

10 7 .1

1 07.1

1 0 7 .0

1 7 .6

-.1

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

3 4 1 1 -S

0 6 /8 1

(3)

1 3 9 .6

1 3 9 .6

3 .4

0

0 6 /8 3

1 3 0 .7

1 3 0 .7

1 3 0 .8

1 5 .3

.1

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..................................................... ...................................................................

3 4 1 2 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 4 1 .4

1 4 1 .4

1 4 1 .5

1 6 .3

.1

S te e l ship p in g b a rre ls a n d d r u m s ..................................................................................

3 4 1 2 -2

0 6 /8 3

1 3 5 .4

1 3 5 .4

1 3 5 .6

1 5 .3

.1

3 4 1 1 -1 4 1

C a n , o th e r n o n - f o o d .....................................................................................................

M e ta l b arrels, d ru m s, a n d p a i l s .....................................................................................................

3412

0

A ll e x c . 1 4-in . dia.: 1 8 g a u g e & h eavier: 5 0 gal. & o ver: tig h t h e a d ........

3 4 1 2 -2 2 5

0 6 /8 3

1 2 7 .3

1 2 7 .3

1 2 7 .3

6 .4

0

A ll e x c . 1 4-in . dia.: 1 8 g a u g e & h eavier: 5 0 gal: & o ver: o p e n h e a d .....

3 4 1 2 -2 2 7

0 6 /8 3

1 3 8 .3

1 3 8 .3

1 3 8 .3

2 2 .3

0

All e x c . 14 -in . dia.: 1 9 & 2 0 g a u g e (incl. 2 0 /1 8 ) : 5 0 g a l. & o ver:
tig h t h e a d .......................................................................................................................

3 4 1 2 -2 2 9

0 6 /8 3

1 2 6 .7

1 2 6 .7

1 2 6 .9

6 .7

.2

A ll e x c e p t 1 4-in . dia.: lig h ter th a n 2 0 g a u g e ........................................................

3 4 1 2 -2 3 7

0 8 /8 3

1 1 9 .6

1 1 9 .6

1 1 9 .6

6 .6

0

3 4 1 2 -2 3 7 1 1

0 9 /8 3

1 1 8 .6

1 1 8 .6

1 1 8 .6

5 .7

0

1 2 /8 4

1 3 0 .8

1 3 1 .5

1 3 1 .7

2 .9

.2

3 0 g a llo n s a n d

o v e r ............................................. .......................................................

3 4 1 2 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
C u tlery, h a n d to o ls, a n d g e n e ra l h a rd w a re .................................. ........ .................................

342

1 2 /8 3

1 4 4 .9

1 4 5 .3

1 4 5 .3

2 .7

0

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 2 1 -P

1 2 /8 3

14 9 .1

1 4 9 .5

1 4 9 .5

2 .8

0

C u tlery, scissors, s h e a rs , trim m e rs , a n d s n i p s ........................................................

3 4 2 1 -1

1 2 /8 3

14 6 .1

1 4 6 .9

1 4 6 .9

1.2

0

K itch en c u tlery, incl. kn ives, fo rks, a n d c le a v e rs ..............................................

3 4 2 1 -1 2 1

1 2 /8 3

1 4 6 .3

1 4 9 .9

1 4 9 .9

3 .5

0

P o c k e t k n ives a n d o th e r fo ld in g b la d e k n iv e s ....................................................

3 4 2 1 -1 4 1

1 2 /8 3

1 5 8 .8

1 59.1

1 59.1

1 .0

0
0

34 2 1

3 4 2 1 -2

1 5 1 .9

1 5 1 .9

1 5 1 .9

4 .3

0 3 /8 7

3 4 .9

3 4 .9

3 4 .9

0

0

3 4 2 1 -Z 8 9

1 2 /9 2

1 0 0 .6

1 0 0 .6

1 0 0 .6

0

0

3 4 2 1 -S M

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .......................... ..............................................................................
R e s a l e s ....................................................................................................................................

3 4 2 1 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ................................. ............................................................................
H a n d a n d e d g e to o ls, n .e .c ..............................................................................................................

1 2 /8 3

3 4 2 1 -M

R a z o r b la d e s a n d razo rs, e x c e p t e le c tric .................... ..............................................
S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ......................... .............................

1 2 /8 3

1 4 5 .4

1 4 5 .4

1 4 5 .4

1 .4

0

0 6 /8 3

3423

1 5 0 .3

1 5 1 .0

1 5 1 .4

3 .2

.3

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ....................................................................................... ..................................

3 4 2 3 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 5 3 .6

1 5 4 .4

1 5 4 .7

3 .5

.2

M e c h a n ic s ’ h a n d s e rv ic e t o o l s ........................ ......... ................. .....................................

3 4 2 3 -1

0 6 /8 3

1 5 7 .5

15 8 .1

1 5 8 .2

3 .5

.1

3 4 2 3 -1 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 4 7 .8

1 4 7 .8

S lip jo in t p l i e r s .................................................................................................................

3 4 2 3 -1 1 1 1 2

0 6 /8 3

1 5 0 .7

1 5 0 .7

1 5 1 .8

1.8

.7

S o lid jo in t p l i e r s ...............................................................................................................

3 4 2 3 -1 1 1 1 3

0 6 /8 3

1 4 6 .4

1 4 6 .4

1 4 8 .6

3 .7

1 .5

3 4 2 3 -1 1 3

0 6 /8 3

1 6 1 .8

1 63.1

1 6 2 .9

4 .4

- .1

S o c k e ts fo r h a n d -o p e ra te d w r e n c h e s .................................................................

3 4 2 3 -1 1 3 2 1

0 6 /8 3

1 6 3 .8

1 6 4 .4

1 6 4 .4

4 .8

0

C o m b in a tio n o p e n -e n d a n d b o x w r e n c h e s ............... .......................................

3 4 2 3 -1 1 3 2 4

0 6 /8 3

1 6 0 .9

1 6 1 .2

1 6 1 .2

4.1

0

P l i e r s ..........................................................................................................................................

W r e n c h e s ................................................................................................................................

1 4 9 .6

3 .0

T o rq u e w r e n c h e s ............................................................................................................

3 4 2 3 -1 1 3 2 5

0 6 /8 3

1 6 4 .4

1 6 5 .5

1 6 5 .5

A d ju s ta b le w re n c h e s , including p ip e w r e n c h e s ..............................................

3 4 2 3 -1 1 3 2 6

0 6 /8 3

1 6 9 .1

1.7

3 4 2 3 -1 1 3 2 7

0 6 /8 3

1 5 6 .8

(3)
1 5 6 .8

1 6 8 .7

A ll o th e r w r e n c h e s .........................................................................................................

1 5 6 .8

1 .2

2 .3

3 .2

0
(3)
0

S c r e w d r iv e r s ............................................................................. ............................................

3 4 2 3 -1 1 4

0 6 /8 3

1 4 3 .4

1 4 3 .4

1 4 3 .4

1.1

A u to m o tiv e ja c k s , m e c h a n ic a l, exclu d in g hyd rau lic a n d p n e u m a t ic ........

3 4 2 3 -1 1 5

0 6 /8 3

1 3 4 .4

1 3 4 .0

T o o ls fo r a u to m o tiv e u se, e x c lu d in g j a c k s ..... ......................................................

3 4 2 3 -1 1 6

0 6 /8 3

1 5 9 .4

1 5 9 .4

(3)
1 5 9 .4

(3)
3.1

All o th e r m e c h a n ic s ’ h a n d s e rv ic e t o o l s ................................................................

3 4 2 3 -1 1 7

0 6 /8 3

1 5 9 .2

1 5 9 .2

1 5 9 .2

3 .2

3 4 2 3 -2

0 6 /8 3

1 3 7 .9

1 3 9 .6

1 3 9 .6

4 .6

0

3 4 2 3 -2 3 1

0 6 /8 3

1 5 3 .2

1 5 3 .2

1 5 3 .2

1 5 .0

0
.9

E d g e to o ls, h a n d o p e ra te d ................................................................................................
A x e s , a d z e s , a n d h a t c h e t s ............................................................................................

0
(3)
0
0

C h is e ls ......................................... ................................................................. ...........................

3 4 2 3 -2 8 3

0 6 /8 3

1 2 6 .0

1 2 6 .0

1 27.1

.9

All o th e r e d g e t o o l s ...........................................................................................................

3 4 2 3 -2 9 8

0 6 /8 3

1 4 3 .0

1 4 3 .8

1 4 3 .8

3.1

0
.6

3 4 2 3 -3

0 6 /8 3

1 5 4 .8

1 5 5 .4

1 5 6 .4

3 .2

S h o v e ls ,s p a d e s , s c o o p s , te le g ra p h sp o o n s , a n d s c r a p e r s ..........................

3 4 2 3 -3 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 8 7 .3

1 8 7 .9

190.1

1.7

1 .2

S te e l g o o d s , including fo rks, h o e s , ra k e s , w e e d e rs , e t c .................................

3 4 2 3 -3 4 1

0 6 /8 3

1 74.1

1 7 4 .7

1 7 8 .8

3 .0

2 .3

F iles , ras p s , a n d file a c c e s s o rie s a n d o th e r h a n d t o o l s ....................................

S fo tn tes at en o ta le.
ee o o
d f b




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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In d u stry

P ro d u c t

In d e x

code

In d u s try a n d p ro d u c t1

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

base

to Ju ly 1 9 9 5 fro m —
M a r.

Ju n e

Ju ly

19952

19952

19952

Ju ly 1 9 9 4

June 1995

H a n d a n d e d g e to o ls , n .e .c .— C o n tin u e d
0 6 /8 3

1 4 6 .0

1 4 6 .9

1 4 7 .4

3 .8

3 4 2 3 -M

3 4 2 3 -3 9 8

0 6 /8 3

1 2 2 .5

(3)

1 2 2 .5

0

(3)

3 4 2 3 -Z 8 9

0 6 /8 3

1 2 2 .5

0

0 6 /8 3

1 5 0 .5

(3)
1 5 0 .6

1 2 2 .5

3 4 2 3 -S

O th e r h a n d to o ls, e x c e p t e d g e t o o l s .................... ...................................................
S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts ..............

1 5 2 .7

2 .0

(3)
1 .4

0 .3

3 4 2 3 -S M

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

M is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts ...................................................... ...................................................
R e s a l e s .....................................................................................................................................
S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s ......... ........................... ......................................................................... .

0 6 /8 3

1 3 4 .3

13 4 .1

1 3 4 .2

2 .8

.1

3 4 2 5 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 3 7 .8

1 3 7 .8

1 3 7 .8

2 .9

0

H a n d s a w s a n d h a n d s a w b la d e s .................................................... ................................

3 4 2 5 -1

0 6 /8 3

1 4 2 .4

1 4 2 .2

1 4 2 .2

1 .9

0

W o o d w o rk in g p o w e r s a w b la d e s .......... ................. ........ ................................................

3 4 2 5 -2

0 6 /8 3

1 2 6 .2

1 2 6 .2

1 2 6 .2

1 .4

0

3 4 2 5 -2 1 2

.8

0

H a n d s a w s a n d s a w b l a d e s ...........................................................................................................

3425

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................ ........................ .

0 6 /8 3

1 1 7 .0

1 1 7 .0

1 1 7 .0

S o lid t o o t h ................ ........ .................................................................................................

3 4 2 5 -2 1 2 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 1 6 .8

1 1 6 .8

1 1 6 .8

0

In s e rte d to o th ......... ...................................................... ............................................... .

3 4 2 5 -2 1 2 1 3

0 6 /8 3

1 1 1 .6

1 1 1 .6

1 1 1 .6

2 .0

3 4 2 5 -2 1 6

0 2 /9 0
0 6 /8 3

(3)
1 4 7 .5

10 7 .1

3 4 2 5 -3

(3)
1 4 7 .5

1 4 7 .5

(3)
4 .3

3 4 2 5 -3 3 6

0 6 /8 3

1 5 5 .6

1 5 5 .6

1 5 5 .6

5 .7

0

3 4 2 5 -4

0 6 /8 3

1 3 8 .7

1 4 2 .3

1 4 2 .3

2 .8

0

3 4 2 5 -4 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 3 8 .7

1 4 2 .3

1 4 2 .3

2 .8

0

C irc u la r s a w b l a d e s ................................... ........................................................................

B a n d s a w b l a d e s ................ ..................................................................................................
M e ta lw o rk in g p o w e r s a w b l a d e s ................................ ....................................................
B a n d s a w b la d e s .............. ................................................................ ....................................

0
0
(3)
0

A ll o th e r p o w e r s a w b la d e s , in clu d in g c o n c re te , m aso n ry, a n d a b ra s iv e
s a w b l a d e s ........................................................................................................................
All o th e r p o w e r s a w b la d e s , in cluding c o n c re te , m as o n ry , a n d
a b ra s iv e s a w b l a d e s ................................................................................................
S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ..... ...........

3 4 2 5 -S M

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

3 4 2 5 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......... .............. ........ ............................ .................................................
H a rd w a re , n .e .c ........................................................................................................................................

0 6 /8 3

1 2 4 .8

1 2 3 .7

1 2 3 .9

1-4

.2

0 6 /8 5

3429

1 2 0 .9

1 2 1 .8

1 2 1 .9

2 .9

.1
.1

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ........................................ ..................................................................................

3 4 2 9 -P

0 6 /8 5

1 2 0 .0

1 2 0 .9

1 2 1 .0

2 .8

F u rn itu re h a rd w a re , exclu d in g c a b in e t h a r d w a r e ...................................................

3 4 2 9 -2

0 6 /8 5

1 3 9 .0

1 4 2 .9

1 4 2 .9

4 .3

0

F u rn itu re c a s t e r s ............... ...................... ...........................................................................

3 4 2 9 -2 5 3

0 6 /8 5

12 5 .1

12 5 .1

12 5 .1

4.1

0

O th e r fu rn itu re h a r d w a r e .................... .......................... ......... .......................................

3 4 2 9 -2 9 8

1 3 9 .3

1 3 9 .3

1 3 5 .8

0 6 /8 5

1 3 4 .0

1 3 5 .4

1 3 5 .5

4 .0

.1

0 6 /8 5

126.1

1 2 6 .4

1 2 7 .8

2 .8

1.1

3 4 2 9 -4 2 1

0 6 /8 5

1 4 3 .0

1 4 4 .2

1 4 4 .2

4.1

0

3 4 2 9 -4 2 1 1 1

P a d lo c k s including p in /n o n -p in tu m b le r a n d c o m b in a tio n t y p e s ...............

0 6 /8 5

3 4 2 9 -4
3 4 2 9 -4 1 5

B u ild e rs ’ h a r d w a r e ........................................................... ......................................................

5 .6

0

0 6 /8 5

1 5 5 .6

1 5 8 .8

1 5 8 .8

6.1

0

D o o rlo c k s , lo c k s e ts , a n d locktrim , e x c e p t a rc h ite c tu ra l trim sold
s e p a r a t e l y ............................................ ..........................................................................
C ylin d rical, e x c e p t d e a d lo c k s a n d la tc h e s .........................................................

0 6 /8 5

1 2 8 .8

1 2 8 .8

1 2 8 .8

2 .5

0

T u b u la r a n d m o rtis e d e a d lo c k s a n d l a t c h e s ...................................................

3 4 2 9 -4 2 1 1 4

0 6 /8 5

1 3 6 .4

1 3 7 .7

1 3 7 .8

2 .4

.1

A ll o th e r ty p e s includ ing e le c tro n ic a lly a n d e le c tric a lly o p e r a t e d .........

3 4 2 9 -4 2 1 1 6

3 4 2 9 -4 2 1 1 2

0 6 /8 5

1 3 1 .9

1 3 2 .7

1 3 2 .7

4 .7

0

T u b u la r, e x c e p t d e a d lo c k s a n d l a t c h e s ....................... ...................................

P ro te c tio n p la te s , p ush p la te s , pulls, p ush pull b ars, a n d lo c k trim ,
n .e .c .............................. ........................................................... ....................................... ..

3 4 2 9 -4 2 3

0 6 /8 5

1 1 6 .3

1 2 1 .0

1 2 1 .0

5 .8

0

K e y b l a n k s ........................................... ................................................................................

3 4 2 9 -4 2 4

0 6 /8 5

1 3 8 .5

1 3 8 .7

1 3 8 .7

7 .9

0
0

S c r e e n a n d s to rm d o o r h a rd w a re , in cluding hyd rau lic a n d p n e u m a tic
3 4 2 9 -4 3 3

0 6 /8 5

1 2 0 .4

1 2 0 .4

1 2 0 .4

5 .7

W in d o w h a rd w a re , in cluding w in d o w l o c k s .............................. ............................

3 4 2 9 -4 3 6 '

0 6 /8 5

1 2 5 .2

1 2 6 .3

1 2 6 .3

4 .6

0

D o o r co n tro ls, c lo s e rs , a n d c h e c k in g d e v ic e s ........................ ............................

3 4 2 9 -4 4 2

0 6 /8 5

1 3 9 .9

1 4 1 .6

1 4 1 .6

4.1

0

3 4 2 9 -4 4 2 1 1

0 6 /8 5

1 3 4 .0

1 3 6 .5

c lo s e r s .................................................... ................................... ......... ......................... .

1 3 6 .5

4 .5

3 4 2 9 -4 4 2 1 4

0 6 /9 0

1 1 8 .3

1 1 8 .3

1 1 8 .3

3 .6

0

3 4 2 9 -4 5 2

0 6 /8 5

1 1 0 .6

1 1 1 .5

1 1 1 .9

1 .7

.4

B u tt h in g es: 3 1 / 2 in ch x 3 1 / 2 in ch , a n d u n d e r .......... ...............................

3 4 2 9 -4 5 2 1 1

0 6 /8 5

1 1 9 .4

12 0 .1

12 0 .1

-3 .9

0

B u tt h in g es: o v e r 3 1 / 2 inch x 3 1 / 2 inch, e ith e r d im e n s io n ..................

3 4 2 9 -4 5 2 1 2

0 6 /8 5

9 8 .7

9 9 .7

9 8 .4

3.1

- 1 .3

O th e r h i n g e s ........... ............................ .............................................................................

3 4 2 9 -4 5 2 1 3

0 6 /8 5

S u rfa c e a p p lie d ....................................................... ......................... ..............................
O th e r, in clu d in g c o n c e a le d a n d e le c t r o -m e c h a n ic a l- p n e u m a tic ............
H in g e s , e x c lu d in g c a b in e t h in g e s , in cluding spring h i n g e s ..........................

0

1 2 2 .9

1 2 3 .7

1 2 7 .3

4 .5

2 .9

3 4 2 9 -4 6 1

0 6 /8 5

1 5 4 .9

1 5 6 .7

1 5 6 .6

3 .5

- .1

C a b in e t k n o b s , pulls, c a tc h e s a n d lo c k s ............................. .......................

3 4 2 9 -4 6 1 1 3

0 6 /8 5

1 4 3 .4

14 4 .1

1 4 3 .9

3 .9

- .1

O th e r c a b in e t h a rd w a re , in cluding d ra w e r s lid e s ..........................................

3 4 2 9 -4 6 1 1 4

0 6 /8 5

1 4 0 .0

1 4 3 .4

1 4 3 .4

4.1

0

3 4 2 9 -4 7 1

0 6 /8 5

1 2 3 .2

1 2 5 .6

1 2 4 .5

4 .7

-.9

R im lo c ks a n d o th e r locking d e v ic e s , n .e .c . ..... ..................................................

3 4 2 9 -4 9 1

0 6 /8 5

1 5 1 .4

1 5 5 .8

8 .3

O th e r b u ild e rs ’ h a r d w a r e .................... ........................ ..................................................

3 4 2 9 -4 9 8

0 6 /8 5

1 3 2 .3

1 3 3 .2

1 3 3 .2

2 .7

0

3 4 2 9 -6

0 6 /8 5

1 0 2 .2

10 2 .1

10 2 .1

.3

0

D o o r h a rd w a re in cluding lo cks, d o o r h a n d le s a n d h in g e s ............................

3 4 2 9 -6 5 8

0 6 /9 0

9 8 .7

9 8 .4

9 8 .4

.4

0

O th e r m o to r v e h ic le h a r d w a r e .....................................................................................

3 4 2 9 -6 9 8

0 6 /8 5

1 0 1 .4

1 0 1 .6

1 0 1 .6

.4

0

3 4 2 9 -7

0 6 /8 5

1 5 7 .4

1 5 8 .3

1 6 0 .6

6.1

1 .5

M a rin e h a r d w a r e ..................................................................................................................

3 4 2 9 -7 1 1

0 6 /8 5

1 5 2 .3

1 5 2 .3

1 5 2 .3

6 .3

.0

A irc ra ft h a r d w a r e .......................................................................... ......................................

3 4 2 9 -7 3 1

0 6 /8 5

1 3 7 .4

14 1 .1

14 1 .1

3 4 2 9 -8

0 6 /8 5

1 2 1 .5

1 2 2 .3

1 2 2 .4

(3)
2 .6

.1

C a s te rs a n d w h e e ls , fo r d o llie s a n d in dustrial h a n d tr u c k s ............................

3 4 2 9 -8 2 2

0 6 /8 5

1 2 7 .5

1 2 7 .5

1 2 7 .5

3 .2

0

O th e r h a rd w a re , in cluding h o s e fittin g s a n d c o u p le rs .....................................

3 4 2 9 -8 9 8

0 6 /8 5

1 2 6 .8

1 2 7 .9

12 8 .1

1.8

.2

C a b in e t h a r d w a r e .................................. ...........................................................................

H a n g e rs , tra c k s , sliding a n d fo ld in g d o o r h a rd w a re ........................................

M o to r v e h ic le h a r d w a r e ........................................................................................................

1 5 5 .8

0

O th e r tra n s p o rta tio n e q u ip m e n t h a rd w a re , e x c e p t m o to r v e h ic le
h a r d w a r e ................... ....... ..................................................................................................

O th e r h a rd w a re , n .e .c .............................................................................................................

0

3 4 2 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts ........................

3 4 2 9 -M

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ..... .............................. ....................................... ..................................

1 4 0 .9

1 4 2 .0

1 4 1 .9

4 .9

-.1

0 6 /9 0

1 0 7 .5

1 0 8 .4

1 0 8 .3

4 .9

-.1

3 4 2 9 -S

R e s a le s ................................... ................................................................................................

0 7 /8 5

3 4 2 9 -Z 8 9

M is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .........................................................................................................

0 6 /8 5

125.1

1 2 6 .5

1 2 5 .4

3 .0

-.9

1 2 /8 4

1 45.1

1 4 6 .2

1 4 6 .3

3 .8

.1
-.9

H e a tin g e q u ip m e n t, e x c e p t e le c tric a n d w a rm air; a n d plu m b in g
f ix t u r e s ...............................................................................................................................................

343

1 2 /8 0

1 5 3 .6

1 5 8 .7

1 5 7 .2

4 .5

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 3 1 -P

1 2 /8 0

1 5 6 .6

1 5 9 .3

1 5 8 .2

3 .7

-.7

S in k s a n d s in k /la u n d ry tra y c o m b in a tio n s ........... .................. ..................................

3 4 3 1 -4

1 2 /8 0

1 8 4 .4

1 9 3 .2

1 8 9 .7

4 .8

-1 .8

3 4 3 1 -4 2 6

1 2 /8 0

1 7 8 .9

1 88.1

1 8 5 .0

5 .7

-1 .6

3 4 3 1 -7

1 2 /8 0

1 4 2 .0

(3)

(3)

M e ta l s a n ita ry w a r e .................................... .......................................................................................

K itc h e n sin ks (c a s t iron, s te e l, a n d s ta in le s s s t e e l ) ..........................................
B a th tu b s ..... ...................................................... ..........................................................................
S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ................

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

3431

3 4 3 1 -S M

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90

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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
p e rc e n t c h a n g e

In d e x
In d u stry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t

In d e x

code

code

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

b ase
M a r.

June

July

19952

19952

19952

Ju ly 1 9 9 4

June 1995

0 .2

0 6 /8 3

1 6 8 .7

1 6 9 .1

1 6 9 .5

4 .6

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 3 2 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 7 5 .0

1 7 5 .4

1 7 5 .8

4 .5

.2

P lu m b in g fix tu re fittin g s a n d b ra s s g o o d s ..................................................................

3 4 3 2 -1

0 6 /8 3

1 7 5 .0

1 7 5 .4

1 7 5 .8

4 .5

.2

P lu m b in g fix tu re fittin g s a n d b ra s s g o o d s ................................................................................

3432

3 4 3 2 -1 0 1

0 6 /8 3

163 .1

1 6 3 .2

1 6 3 .2

4 .9

0

p re s s u re b a la n c e d .................................................................................................

3 4 3 2 -1 0 1 1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 5 6 .4

1 5 6 .4

1 5 6 .4

6 .2

0

B a th tu b a n d s h o w e r c o m b in a tio n , o th e r th a n s in g le co n tro l ..................

3 4 3 2 -1 0 1 1 3

0 6 /8 3

1 7 1 .6

1 7 1 .6

1 7 1 .6

5 .0

0

3 4 3 2 -1 0 2

0 6 /8 3

1 6 0 .7

1 6 0 .7

1 6 0 .9

4 .9

.1

1 6 7 .6

1 6 7 .6

B a th a n d s h o w e r f it t in g s .................................................................................................
S in g le co n tro l b a th a n d s h o w e r fittings, e x c e p t th e rm o s ta tic a n d

L a v a to ry f it t in g s ....................................................................................................................

1 .9

0

3 4 3 2 -1 0 2 2 6

0 6 /8 3

1 6 1 .6

1 6 1 .6

164.1

7 .5

1 .5

3 4 3 2 -1 0 3

0 6 /8 3

1 7 8 .5

1 7 9 .4

1 7 9 .4

6 .2

0

S in g le co n tro l d e c k -ty p e fa u c e t w ith s p r a y .......................................................

3 4 3 2 -1 0 3 3 4

0 6 /8 3

1 7 5 .6

1 7 5 .8

1 7 5 .8

6.1

0

R e s id e n tia l d e c k -ty p e fa u c e ts , o th e r th a n sin g le c o n t r o l..........................

3 4 3 2 -1 0 3 3 6

0 6 /8 3

1 6 7 .7

1 6 7 .7

1 6 7 .7

5.1

0

O th e r sin k f i t t i n g s ...........................................................................................................

3 4 3 2 -1 0 3 3 9

0 6 /8 3

2 3 7 .7

2 4 1 .5

2 4 1 .5

7 .4

3 4 3 2 -1 0 4

0 6 /8 3

1 8 8 .0

1 8 8 .6

1 8 9 .6

3 .9

.5

3 4 3 2 -1 0 4 4 3

0 6 /8 3

1 5 8 .2

1 5 8 .9

1 6 0 .7

6 .3

1.1

3 4 3 2 -1 0 2 2 4

R e s id e n tia l, 4 inch c e n te rs e t, o th e r th a n sin g le c o n t r o l ............................
O th e r c o m b in a tio n f it t in g s .........................................................................................
S in k f i t t i n g s .............................................................................................................................

M is c e lla n e o u s b ra s s g o o d s ........................................................ ..................................
D ra in s a n d o v e r f lo w s .................................... ...............................................................

0 6 /8 3

1 6 7 .6

0

T r a p s .....................................................................................................................................

3 4 3 2 -1 0 4 4 5

0 6 /8 3

1 5 8 .0

1 5 9 .0

1 5 9 .0

5 .8

0

L a w n h o s e n o z z le s a n d la w n s p r in k le r s ............................................................

3 4 3 2 -1 0 4 5 1

0 6 /8 3

2 0 9 .7

2 0 9 .3

2 1 1 .7

2 .2

1.1

W a t e r c lo s e t ta n k flushing c o n t r o ls ......................................................................

3 4 3 2 -1 0 4 5 3

0 6 /8 3

1 7 4 .0

1 7 4 .7

1 7 4 .6

4 .0

- .1

O th e r m is c e lla n e o u s i t e m s .........................................................................................

3 4 3 2 -1 0 4 9 8

0 6 /8 3

2 0 1 .9

2 0 3 .4

2 0 3 .3

3 .9

0

3 4 3 2 -M

0 6 /8 3

8 4.1

8 7 .2

8 7 .2

5 .6

0

3 4 3 2 -Z 8 9

0 6 /9 0

1 0 7 .2

11 1 .1

111 .1

5 .5

0

3 4 3 2 -S

0 6 /8 3

1 9 8 .3

1 9 8 .3

1 9 4 .8

5 .8

-1 .8

0 6 /8 0

1 6 8 .4

1 6 9 .7

1 7 0 .2

2 .7

.3

0 6 /8 0

1 7 0 .0

171.1

1 7 1 .7

2 .9

.4

3 4 3 2 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .........................................................................................................
R e s a l e s ............................... ....................................................................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
N o n e le c tric h e a tin g e q u ip m e n t .....................................................................................................

3433

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -P

C a s t iron h e a tin g b o i l e r s .....................................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -3

0 6 /8 0

1 5 3 .9

1 5 4 .4

1 5 4 .8

-.3

.3

3 4 3 3 -3 1 1

0 6 /8 0

1 4 2 .3

1 4 2 .7

1 4 2 .5

-3 .0

-.1

2 .3

O il-fire d c a s t iron h e a tin g b o ile r s ................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -3 1 3

.6

0 6 /8 0

1 6 0 .7

1 6 1 .3

1 6 2 .3

3 4 3 3 -4

0 6 /8 0

1 3 9 .8

1 4 2 .5

1 4 2 .7

3 .9

.1

W o o d a n d c o a l d o m e s tic h e a tin g s t o v e s ..............................................................

3 4 3 3 -4 1 6

0 6 /8 0

1 3 9 .9

1 4 3 .2

1 4 3 .5

4 .7

.2

O th e r d o m e s tic h e a tin g s t o v e s ....................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -4 2 2

0 6 /8 6

1 1 7 .4

1 1 7 .7

1 1 7 .7

.9

0

3 4 3 3 -5

0 6 /8 0

1 4 5 .8

1 4 6 .6

1 4 6 .5

5 .2

-.1

S te e l h e a tin g b o ilers, 4 0 0 M B H a n d l e s s ....................................................... .......

3 4 3 3 -5 1 1

0 6 /8 0

1 5 9 .3

1 5 9 .8

1 5 9 .5

4 .9

-.2

S te e l h e a tin g b o ilers, o v e r 4 0 0 M B H ......................... .............................................

3 4 3 3 -5 1 3

0 6 /8 0

1 3 8 .5

1 4 0 .3

1 4 0 .7

6 .0

3 4 3 3 -6

0 6 /8 0

169 .1

1 7 0 .3

1 7 1 .9

2 .9

.9

3 4 3 3 -6 1 1

0 6 /8 0

1 8 4 .8

1 7 7 .6

1 8 5 .9

4 .8

4 .7

G a s -fire d c a s t iron h e a tin g b o i l e r s .......................................... .................................
D o m e s tic h e a tin g s t o v e s .................... ................................................................................

S te e l h e a tin g b o i l e r s ........................... .................................................................................

O th e r h e a tin g s y s t e m s ............................................................................................ .............
R a d ia to rs a n d c o n v e c to r s ............................................................ ..................................

.3

3 4 3 3 -6 1 1 0 7

0 6 /8 0

1 7 5 .3

1 7 7 .4

1 7 7 .7

5 .6

.2

U n it h e a t e r s ...........................................................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -6 2 1

0 6 /8 0

1 5 9 .4

1 6 0 .4

1 6 0 .8

2 .0

.2

F lo o r a n d w a ll f u r n a c e s ..................................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -6 3 1

O th e r ra d ia to rs a n d c o n v e c to rs .............................................................................

0 6 /8 0

1 8 4 .7

1 9 4 .3

1 9 4 .3

3 .8

G a s -fire d flo o r fu r n a c e s .............................................................. ................................

3 4 3 3 -6 3 1 1 1

0 6 /8 0

2 1 3 .6

2 2 1 .0

2 2 1 .0

4 .0

0

O th e r flo o r a n d w a ll f u r n a c e s ..................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -6 3 1 2 5

0 9 /9 1

1 0 8 .3

1 0 8 .3

1 0 8 .3

0

0

3 4 3 3 -6 6 1

0 6 /8 0

1 5 8 .5

1 6 0 .3

1 6 0 .4

(3)
2.1

.1

G a s -fire d in frared h e a t e r s .........................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -6 6 1 4 1

0 6 /8 0

1 5 3 .6

1 5 3 .7

1 5 3 .9

3 .8

.1

N o n -e le c tric f i r e p la c e s .................................................................................... ............

3 4 3 3 -6 6 1 5 1

0 6 /8 0

1 2 5 .3

1 2 6 .6

1 2 6 .8

1 .4

.2

O th e r h e a tin g sy s te m s , n .e .c .....................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -6 6 1 9 3

0 6 /8 6

1 1 6 .2

1 1 8 .0

1 1 7 .9

2 .3

-.1

3 4 3 3 -8

0 6 /8 0

1 9 6 .8

1 9 7 .6

1 9 7 .9

3 .9

.2

3 4 3 3 -8 1 1

0 6 /8 0

1 6 3 .6

1 6 6 .4

1 6 6 .6

3 .9

.1

G a s b u rn e rs , 4 0 0 M B H a n d l e s s ...........................................................................

3 4 3 3 -8 1 1 0 1

0 6 /8 0

1 6 9 .8

1 7 0 .9

1 7 0 .9

3 .2

0

G a s b u rn e rs o v e r 4 0 0 M B H ......................................................................................

3 4 3 3 -8 1 1 0 3

1 2 /9 3

9 6 .0

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .5

5 .6

.5

P a r ts /a tta c h m e n ts fo r g a s b u r n e r s .......................................................................

3 4 3 3 -8 1 1 0 5

0 6 /8 0

194.1

19 4 .1

19 4 .1

2 .2

3 4 3 3 -8 2 1

0 6 /8 0

2 2 2 .2

.2 2 2 .2

2 2 2 .2

1 .9

0

3 4 3 3 -8 2 1 0 3

0 6 /8 0

1 6 9 .7

1 6 9 .7

1 6 9 .7

2 .5

0

O th e r s y s te m s , n .e .c . ......................................................................................................

P a rts fo r h e a tin g s y s t e m s ................................................................. ................................
G a s b u rn e rs a n d p a r t s /a t t a c h m e n t s ........................................................................

O il b u rn e rs a n d p a r t s /a t t a c h m e n t s ...........................................................................
C o m m e rc ia l/in d u s tria l oil b u r n e r s .........................................................................

0

3 4 3 3 -8 3 1

16 5 .1

1 6 5 .1

5 .8

0

1 5 3 .5

1 5 4 .5

1 5 4 .5

3 .8

0

0 6 /8 6

1 6 4 .6

1 6 4 .2

1 6 4 .7

3 .4

.3

3 4 3 3 -9

1 2 /9 3

1 0 1 .3

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

4 .5

0

3 4 3 3 -S

0 6 /8 0

1 5 5 .6

1 6 0 .0

1 5 8 .8

1 .5

-.8

3 4 3 3 -S S S

0 6 /8 0

1 6 0 .3

1 6 4 .8

1 6 3 .6

1 .5

-.7

1 2 /8 4

O th e r p arts , n .e .c ..................................................................................................................
S o la r h e a tin g e q u ip m e n t ....................................................................................................

1 6 4 .5

0 6 /8 0

3 4 3 3 -8 7 1

D u al fu e l b u r n e r s ......... ........................................................................................... .......

0 6 /8 0

3 4 3 3 -8 3 1 0 3

D u a l fu e l b u rn e rs a n d p a r t s /a t t a c h m e n t s ................................... ..........................

1 2 8 .3

1 2 9 .8

13 0 .1

6 .0

.2

1 2 4 .3

1 2 5 .7

3 4 3 3 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
O th e r s e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ............................................. ............. ..................................
F a b ric a te d stru ctu ral m e ta l p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................

344

F a b ric a te d stru ctu ral m e t a l ..............................................................................................................

3441

1 2 6 .3

3 .4

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ....................................................................................... ..................................

3 4 4 1 -P

0 6 /8 2

1 2 3 .6

1 2 4 .5

1 2 5 .2

2 .7

.6

F a b ric a te d stru c tu ral m e ta l fo r b u ild in g s .....................................................................

3 4 4 1 -1

0 6 /8 2

0 6 /8 2

1 2 5 .2

1 2 6 .8

1 2 7 .6

3 .7

.6

.5

3 4 4 1 -1 2 1

0 6 /8 2

1 3 2 .9

1 3 2 .9

1 3 3 .9

2 .5

In d u strial b u ild ings a n d p l a n t s ................................................................. ................

3 4 4 1 -1 2 1 0 1

0 6 /8 2

1 3 9 .3

(3)

1 4 0 .5

2 .9

W a r e h o u s e s ............... .......................................................................................................

3 4 4 1 -1 2 1 0 2

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

(3)
1 0 6 .8

(3)
1 0 8 .6

9 7 .0

3 4 4 1 -1 2 2

1 0 8 .8

(3)
4 .5

(3)
.2

3 4 4 1 -1 2 2 0 1

0 6 /8 2

(3)

Iron a n d s te e l fo r in dustrial b u ild in g s .......................................................................

Iron a n d s te e l fo r c o m m e rc ia l b u ild in g s .................................................................

3 4 4 1 -1 2 2 0 2

0 6 /8 2

(3)
9 6 .6

(3)
9 7 .5

1 0 1 .8

O ffic e b u ild in g s (lo w - r is e ) ............................................................ ..............................

9 7 .5

(3)
1.1

O th e r c o m m e rc ia l buildings ( lo w - r is e ) .................................................................

3 4 4 1 -1 2 2 0 7

0 6 /8 7

1 4 1 .8

1 4 7 .0

1 4 7 .4

1 2 .7

3 4 4 1 -1 2 7

0 6 /8 2

(3)

(3)

1 1 3 .7

(3)

O ffic e b u ild in g s (h ig h -r is e )..........................................................................................

Iro n a n d s te e l fo r p u blic u tilitie s ...................................................................................

.8
(3)

0
.3
(3)

Iro n a n d s te e l fo r o th e r b u ilding s (includ ing rei., m e d ., instit.,
0 6 /8 7

1 2 7 .5

1 2 7 .5

1 3 0 .5

4 .7

2 .4

H ig h -ris e b u ild in g s ................ .............................. ........................... ..............................

3 4 4 1 -1 2 8 0 1

0 6 /8 7

3 4 4 1 -1 2 8 0 2

0 6 /8 7

(3)
1 0 0 .2

(3)
1 0 0 .2

1 5 6 .3

L o w -ris e b u ild in g s ...........................................................................................................

3 4 4 1 -1 2 8

1 0 4 .8

(3)
7 .3

(3)
4 .6

3 4 4 1 -2

0 6 /8 2

(3)

(3)

1 0 1 .3

0

a n d e d u c a t i o n a l) .................................................................... ...................................

F a b ric a te d s tru ctu ral m e ta l fo r b rid g es, tre s tle s , a n d v ia d u c t s .......................

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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e
to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t

base
M a r.

June

19952

19952

C C_
D
C C
D
oi ><

In d u stry

July 1 9 9 4

Jun e 199 5

F a b ric a te d s tru c tu ra l m e ta l— C o n tin u e d
3 4 4 1 -2 1 2

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

(3)
125.1

(3)
1 2 5 .2

1 Q 0.6

3 4 4 1 -3

1 2 5 .6

(3)
1 .2

(3)
0 .3

Iron a n d s te e l fo r to w e rs a n d s u p p o rtin g s tr u c tu r e s ........................................

3 4 4 1 -3 4 2

0 6 /8 2

1 2 0 .2

1 2 0 .7

1 2 0 .9

2 .2

.2

Iron a n d s te e l fo r o th e r u s e s .............. .................. ......................................................

3 4 4 1 -3 5 9

0 6 /8 7

1 2 5 .3

1 2 5 .3

1 2 5 .7

1.3

.3

(3)
1 0 0 .0

Iro n , s te e l, a n d a lu m in u m fo r h ig h w a y s ...................................... ...........................
O th e r fa b ric a te d s tru ctu ral m e ta l ...................................................................................

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts ..................

3 4 4 1 -S M

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

3 4 4 1 -M

0 6 /8 7

(3)

F ie ld e re c tio n r e c e ip t s ..................................... ............................ ...................................

3 4 4 1 -X 31

0 6 /9 5

(3)

R e s a le s ............................. .......................................................................................................

3 4 4 1 -Z 8 9

1 2 /9 1

3 4 4 1 -S

0 6 /8 2

(3)
1 3 9 .7

3 4 4 1 -S S

0 6 /8 2

1 3 9 .7

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ............................. .................. .........................................................

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts .... ..........................................................................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c ts ..... .....................................................................................................
M e ta l d o o rs, s a s h a n d t r i m ..............................................................................................................

1 1 9 .0

(3)

1 0 0 .0

(3)

(3)
1 4 0 .3

1 2 1 .1

(3)
2 .3

(3)

1 4 0 .3

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 4 0 .3

(3)
0
0

0 6 /8 3

1 4 8 .2

1 4 9 .2

1 4 9 .5

1 0 .3

3 4 4 2 -P

0 6 /8 3

1 5 0 .5

1 5 1 .6

1 5 1 .9

1 0 .6

.2

3 4 4 2 -1

0 6 /8 3

1 5 2 .4

1 5 3 .6

1 5 3 .9

9 .9

.2

3 4 4 2 -1 1

0 6 /8 3

1 6 5 .9

1 6 6 .5

1 6 7 .2

1 6 .8

.4

3 4 4 2 -1 1 2

0 6 /8 3

1 4 8 .8

1 5 0 .2

1 5 1 .3

1 2 .3

.7

3 4 4 2 -1 1 2 1 6

0 6 /8 3

1 4 8 .8

1 5 0 .3

1 5 1 .7

1 3 .3

.9

1 3 2 .5

6 .9

0

3442

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .............................................. ...........................................................................
M e ta l d o o rs a n d fra m e s , e x c e p t sto rm d o o r s ...... ............. .....................................
A lu m in u m d o o rs, all t y p e s .............................................................................................
A lu m in u m re s id e n tia l d o o r s ........... ................. ....................... ..................................
S lid in g g la s s p a tio d o o rs ..... ................................................. ................................

.2

3 4 4 2 -1 1 2 1 8

1 8 7 .7

1 8 7 .7

2 2 .7

0

0 6 /8 3

2 1 6 .3

2 1 5 .3

2 1 5 .3

2 6 .6

0

0 6 /8 3

1 4 2 .6

1 4 4 .3

1 4 4 .3

3 .7

0

3 4 4 2 -1 2 1

Iron a n d s te e l in dustrial d o o r s .................................................................................

1 8 8 .2

3 4 4 2 -1 2

Iro n a n d s te e l d o o rs, all t y p e s ...... ......................................... ....................................

1 3 2 .5

0 6 /8 3

3 4 4 2 -1 1 3 2 3

A ll o th e r c o m m e rc ia l a n d in s titution al d o o r s ........... ....................................

0 6 /8 3

3 4 4 2 -1 1 3

A ll o th e r re s id e n tia l d o o rs, in clud ing g a ra g e ................................................
A lu m in u m c o m m e rc ia l a n d in stitu tio n al d o o r s .............

1 3 2 .5

0 6 /8 3

1 3 4 .2

1 3 4 .2

1 3 4 .2

1 .6

0

3 4 4 2 -1 2 2

0 6 /8 3

1 5 0 .6

1 5 2 .8

1 5 2 .8

5 .6

0

G a ra g e d o o r s ...............................................................................................................

3 4 4 2 -1 2 2 2 7

0 6 /8 3

1 4 9 .8

1 5 4 .2

1 5 4 .2

5 .0

0

In s u la te d s te e l e n tra n c e d o o r s ...................

3 4 4 2 -1 2 2 2 9

0 6 /8 3

1 4 8 .3

1 4 9 .3

1 4 9 .5

5 .7

.1

A ll o th e r res id e n tia l d o o rs ........ ..................

3 4 4 2 -1 2 2 3 1

0 6 /8 3

1 5 5 .2

1 5 7 .5

1 5 7 .0

6 .2

-.3

3 4 4 2 -1 2 3

0 6 /8 3

1 3 6 .8

14 1 .1

14 1 .1

3 .7

0

3 4 4 2 -1 2 3 3 2

0 8 /8 3

1 4 4 .7

1 4 7 .5

1 4 7 .5

4 .8

Iron a n d s te e l re s id e n tia l d o o rs ........................ .....................................................

Iron a n d s te e l c o m m e rc ia l a n d in s titutional d o o r s .......... .............................
O v e r h e a d a n d sliding d o o rs ..........................

0

3 4 4 2 -1 2 3 3 6

1 2 5 .3

- 1 .0

0

1 3 0 .9

1 3 1 .3

-.1

.3

0 6 /8 3

1 4 0 .3

1 4 2 .2

1 4 2 .4

9 .2

.1

0 6 /8 3

1 4 1 .3

1 4 3 .4

1 4 3 .6

9 .7

.1

3 4 4 2 -2 1 1

R e s id e n tia l a lu m in u m w in d o w s a s h a n d f r a m e s ............................................

1 2 5 .3

1 2 8 .7

3 4 4 2 -2 1

A lu m in u m w in d o w s a s h a n d f r a m e s .................

1 2 4 .7

0 6 /8 3

3 4 4 2 -2

M e ta l w in d o w sa s h a n d fra m e s , e x c e p t sto rm s a s h ............................................

0 6 /8 3

3 4 4 2 -1 4 3

A ll o th e r c o m m e rc ia l a n d in s titutio nal d o o rs
S te e l d o o rfra m e s , 1 6 g a u g e a n d h e a v i e r ......

0 6 /8 3

1 3 8 .0

141.1

1 4 1 .5

7 .6

.3

1 4 1 .0

S in g le a n d d o u b le -h u n g ........... ......................

3 4 4 2 -2 1 1 2 1

0 6 /8 3

137.1

1 4 0 .8

7 .9

.1

H o riz o n ta l sliding ............................. ...................

3 4 4 2 -2 1 1 2 4

0 6 /8 3

1 2 9 .8

13 2 .1

1 3 3 .0

6 .0

.7

All o th e r re s id e n tia l w in d o w s a s h a n d f r a m e s ..... ......................................

3 4 4 2 -2 1 1 2 9

0 6 /8 3

1 7 9 .5

1 8 3 .8

1 8 3 .8

7 .5

0

3 4 4 2 -2 1 2

0 6 /8 3

1 5 6 .5

1 5 6 .5

1 5 6 .5

1 3 .7

0

2 3 .2

N o n re s id e n tia l a lu m in u m w in d o w s a s h a n d fra m e s .....................................

3 4 4 2 -2 1 2 4 5

0 6 /8 8

1 3 0 .7

1 3 0 .7

1 3 0 .7

3 4 4 2 -4

0 6 /8 3

1 4 1 .8

1 4 2 .6

1 4 3 .3

6 .5

.5

A lu m in u m a n d s te e l c o m b in a tio n s c re e n a n d sto rm s a s h ...........................

3 4 4 2 -4 1 2

0 6 /8 3

143.1

1 4 4 .9

145.1

6.1

.1

A lu m in u m a n d s te e l c o m b in a tio n s c re e n a n d sto rm d o o rs .........................

3 4 4 2 -4 1 3

0 6 /8 3

1 3 5 .3

1 3 5 .3

1 3 6 .7

4 .5

1 .0

3 4 4 2 -5

0 6 /8 3

1 3 8 .0

13 8 .1

1 3 7 .7

1 4 .8

-.3

P ro je c te d a n d aw n in g .......... ................................................... ...............................
M e ta l c o m b in a tio n s c re e n a n d sto rm s a s h a n d d o o r s ........................................

M e ta l w in d o w a n d d o o r s c re e n s a n d w e a th e rs trip ..............

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

0

0 6 /8 3

1 2 7 .0

1 2 7 .2

1 2 6 .9

7 .9

-.2

M is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .........................................................................................................

3 4 4 2 -M

0 7 /8 3

125.1

1 2 5 .7

1 2 5 .6

7 .5

-.1

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ........................................................................ .....................................

3 4 4 2 -S

0 6 /8 3

1 4 1 .8

1 4 3 .8

1 4 3 .6

8.1

- .1

3 4 4 2 -5 1 1

M e ta l s c re e n d o o r s ..... ........................................ ............. ................................................
S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................

3 4 4 2 -S M

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

F a b ric a te d p la te w o rk (b o iler s h o p s ) .......... ............................. ...............................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ............... ...........................................................................................................

0 3 /8 0

1 5 3 .8

1 5 5 .4

1 5 5 .6

3 .9

.1

3 4 4 3 -P

0 3 /8 0

1 5 6 .0

1 5 7 .0

1 5 7 .4

3 .8

.3

3 4 4 3 -1

0 3 /8 0

1 8 7 .3

1 8 9 .4

1 9 0 .0

6 .0

.3

3 4 4 3 -1 1 2

1 2 /9 4

1 0 2 .2

1 0 3 .3

1 0 3 .5

.2

3443

H e a t e x c h a n g e rs a n d s te a m c o n d e n s e rs , e x c e p t fo r n u c le a r
a p p lic a t io n s ..................................... ........ .............. ................... ......................................
H e a t e x c h a n g e rs , c lo s e d ty p e s , in d u s tr ia l.......................

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

B a re t u b e ........... ............................................................... ................... ............................

3 4 4 3 -1 1 2 1 1

0 3 /8 0

2 0 0 .8

2 0 2 .5

2 0 3 .1

(3)
5 .2

Fin tu b e ............... ............................................................... ............ ...................................

3 4 4 3 -1 1 2 1 5

0 3 /8 0

1 7 1 .0

1 7 3 .4

1 7 3 .5

8 .2

.1

3 4 4 3 -2

0 3 /8 0

1 3 4 .2

1 3 4 .7

1 3 5 .4

2 .6

.5

P ip e, p e n s to c k s , tu n n e l lining, s ta c k s , a n d b r e e c h in g ....................................

3 4 4 3 -2 3 6

0 3 /8 0

8 1 .5

8 1 .5

8 1 .8

C o n ta in e rs (tra s h a n d o th e r) s te e l p l a t e .......... .............

3 4 4 3 -2 4 5

1 2 /8 6

1 2 6 .7

1 2 9 .8

1 2 9 .6

(3)
4 .0

-.2

3 4 4 3 -2 4 5 1 5

1 2 /9 4

1 0 0 .6

1 0 3 .4

1 0 3 .2

(3)

-.2

3 4 4 3 -2 9 7

1 2 /9 4

1 0 1 .5

1 0 1 .5

1 0 2 .2

(3)

.7

3 4 4 3 -3

0 3 /8 0

1 3 5 .6

1 3 5 .5

1 3 4 .8

(3)

-.5

3 4 4 3 -3 7

1 2 /9 4

1 0 1 .2

1 0 1 .2

1 0 1 .2

(3)

0

W a te r tu b e ............................................. .................. ........ ................................................

3 4 4 3 -3 7 1

1 2 /9 4

1 01.1

1 0 1 .0

1 0 1 .0

(3)

F ire t u b e .............................................................................................................................

3 4 4 3 -3 7 2

0 3 /8 0

1 5 8 .7

1 5 8 .7

1 5 8 .7

(3)

P a rts a n d a tta c h m e n ts fo r s te e l p o w e r b o ilers (sold s e p a r a t e ly ) .........

3 4 4 3 -3 8 1

1 2 /8 6

1 5 1 .4

1 5 1 .4

1 4 6 .6

3 4 4 3 -4

0 3 /8 0

1 3 6 .0

1 3 6 .6

1 3 8 .4

(3)
2 .9

-3 .2

3 4 4 3 -4 1 2

1 2 /8 6

1 2 9 .7

1 3 0 .8

.8

F a b ric a te d s te e l p la te (s ta c k s a n d w e ld m e n ts ) ..................

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

M o r e th a n 7 9 g a llo n s ..................................................................................... .............
W e ld m e n ts a n d fa b ric a te d s te e l p la te fo r o th e r p u rp o s e s ............................

.3

.4

S te e l p o w e r b o ilers, p arts, a n d a tta c h m e n ts (m o re th a n 1 5 p.s.i. s te a m
w o rkin g p r e s s u r e ) ...... ............................................................. ......................................
S ta tio n a ry a n d m a rin e p o w e r b o ile rs .......................................................................

G a s c y l in d e r s ........................................................................ ................... ................................
C a rb o n s te e l g a s c y lin d e r s ......................................... ........................ ..........................

0
0
1.3

3 4 4 3 -5

0 3 /8 0

1 2 4 .0

(3)
1 2 4 .3

1 2 4 .7

(3)

(3)
.3

3 4 4 3 -5 1 3

1 2 /9 4

1 0 2 .9

1 0 2 .9

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 4 4 3 -5 1 5

0 8 /8 7

1 1 7 .9

1 1 8 .5

1 1 9 .3

(3)

F e rro u s ...

3 4 4 3 -5 1 5 1 1

1 2 /9 4

1 0 0 .8

1 0 0 .9

1 0 1 .5

(3)

N o n fe rro u s

3 4 4 3 -5 1 5 1 3

1 2 /9 4

1 0 0 .0

1 0 2 .0

3 4 4 3 -7

0 3 /8 0

1 3 9 .3

1 4 3 .5

(3)
1 4 3 .5

(3)
5 .2

3 4 4 3 -7 3

0 3 /8 0

1 3 6 .3

1 4 1 .7

1 4 1 .7

7.1

3 4 4 3 -7 3 3

1 2 /9 4

103.1

1 0 5 .9

1 0 5 .9

(3)

0

3 4 4 3 -7 6

1 2 /9 4

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .8

1 0 0 .8

(3)

0

F e rro u s .............................................................................. .......... ......................................

3 4 4 3 -7 6 1

1 2 /9 4

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .8

1 0 0 .8

(3)

0

N o n fe rro u s ..................................... ..................................................................................

3 4 4 3 -7 6 3

1 2 /9 4

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .7

1 0 0 .7

(3)

0

M e ta l ta n k s , c o m p le te a t fa c to ry (s ta n d a rd line p r e s s u r e ) ...............................
A ir r e c e iv e r s ................ ............................. ............................................................................
O th e r p re s s u re ta n k s , including a n h y d ro u s a m m o n ia less th a n 3 ,0 0 0
g a llo n c a p a c ity

M e ta l ta n k s , c o m p le te a t fa c to ry (s ta n d a rd line n o n p re s s u re ) .......................
S to ra g e t a n k s .......................................................................................................................
M o re th a n 4 ,0 0 0 g a llo n c a p a c it y ........... ................................................................
O th e r n o n p re s s u re t a n k s ................................................................................................

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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In d ustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t

In d e x

code

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

base

to Ju ly 1 9 9 5 fro m —
M a r.

June

Ju ly

19952

19952

19952

0 3 /8 0

1 5 0 .3

1 5 1 .4

1 5 1 .6

4 .3

0.1

(3)
3 .4

.1

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

F a b ric a te d p la te w o rk (b o ile r s h o p s )— C o n tin u e d
3 4 4 3 -8

M e ta l ta n k s a n d v e s s e ls , c u s to m fa b ric a te d a t th e f a c t o r y .............................
P re s s u re v e s s e ls a n d ta n k s , including p ro c e s s v e s s e ls , ta n k s , a n d

3 4 4 3 -8 1

1 2 /9 4

1 0 1 .3

1 0 2 .2

1 0 2 .3

F e rro u s ................................................................................................................................

3 4 4 3 -8 1 1

0 3 /8 0

1 2 7 .3

1 2 8 .4

1 2 8 .5

N o n fe rro u s .........................................................................................................................

3 4 4 3 -8 1 3

1 2 /9 4

1 0 2 .3

k e t t l e s ...............................................................................................................................

.1

1 0 3 .5

1 0 3 .6

1 2 /8 6

1 4 1 .5

1 4 1 .9

1 4 2 .5

(3)
4 .4

.1

3 4 4 3 -8 5

F e rro u s ................................................ ..............................................................................

3 4 4 3 -8 5 1

1 2 /9 4

1 0 0 .2

1 0 0 .7

1 0 1 .4

(3)

.7

N o n fe rro u s .........................................................................................................................

3 4 4 3 -8 5 3

1 2 /9 4

10 5 .1

10 5 .1

10 5 .1

0

3 4 4 3 -9

0 3 /8 0

1 4 4 .3

1 4 4 .3

1 4 4 .3

(3)
.6

3 4 4 3 -9 1

1 2 /9 4

100.1

100.1

100.1

(3)

0

F e rro u s ................................................................................................................................

3 4 4 3 -9 1 1

1 2 /9 4

10 0 .1

100.1

100.1

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...... .................. .............................

3 4 4 3 -S M

A ll o th e r ta n k s a n d v e s s e ls , c u s to m fa b ric a te d a t th e f a c t o r y ...................

M e ta l ta n k s a n d v e s s e ls , c u s to m fa b ric a te d a n d field e r e c t e d .....................
B u lk s to ra g e t a n k s ................ ............................................................. ..............................

.4

0

(3)

0

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s ............................................................................. ...........................

3 4 4 3 -M

1 2 /8 6

1 2 3 .3

1 3 0 .0

1 2 8 .7

(3)

- 1 .0

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

3 4 4 3 -S

0 3 /8 0

1 4 1 .2

1 4 2 .5

1 4 2 .6

(3)

1 2 /8 2

1 3 6 .6

1 3 8 .7

1 3 8 .4

S h e e t m e ta l w o rk ......................................................................... ................... ........ ...........................

3444

.1

6 .5

-.2
- .1

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................... ................................................................................

3 4 4 4 -P

1 2 /8 2

1 3 5 .7

138.1

1 3 7 .9

6 .2

M e ta l ro o fin g a n d ro o f d ra in a g e e q u ip m e n t .............................................................

3 4 4 4 -4

1 2 /8 2

1 3 2 .4

1 3 3 .6

1 3 3 .6

1 1 .4

0

M e ta l ro o fin g , s te e l, all t y p e s ................ ................................................. .....................

3 4 4 4 -4 1 1

1 2 /8 2

1 1 8 .8

1 2 1 .0

1 2 1 .0

1 1 .4

0

R o o f d ra in a g e e q u ip m e n t including e a v e tro u g h s, s t e e l ...............................

3 4 4 4 -4 2 3

1 2 /8 2

1 7 2 .8

1 7 2 .8

1 7 2 .8

3 4 4 4 -4 2 9

1 2 /8 2

1 37.1

1 3 4 .4

1 3 4 .4

1.1
2 7 .3

0

R o o f d ra in a g e e q u ip m e n t including e a v e tro u g h s, a lu m in u m .....................

3 4 4 4 -5

1 2 /8 2

1 2 6 .2

1 2 9 .2

1 2 7 .6

9 .4

- 1 .2

M e ta l siding, s t e e l ................................................ .............................................................

3 4 4 4 -5 1 6

1 2 /8 2

1 3 6 .8

(3)

(3)

3 4 4 4 -5 1 7

1 2 /8 2

1 3 3 .9

(3)
1 4 0 .2

(3)

M e ta l siding, alu m in u m , fo r resid e n tia l u se, including m o b ile h o m e s .....

(3)

(3)

(3)

3 4 4 4 -5 1 7 0 2

1 2 /8 2

1 3 3 .9

1 4 0 .2

(3)
4 .4

(3)
.1

M e ta l flo o rin g a n d s id in g .....................................................................................................

N o n in s u la te d .............................................. ............. ........................................................

0

3 4 4 4 -6

1 2 /8 2

1 4 4 .0

146.1

(3)
1 4 6 .2

C o rn ic e s , skylig h ts, c eiling d o m e s , co p in g s, a n d g ra v e l s t o p s ...................

3 4 4 4 -6 1 1

0 1 /8 4

1 1 7 .9

1 1 5 .7

1 1 5 .7

1 2 .8

0

S to v e p ip e /fu r n a c e s m o k e p ip e , e lb o w s , a n d d u cts, s te e l .............................

3 4 4 4 -6 3 4

1 2 /8 2

1 3 7 .5

1 3 9 .7

1 3 9 .7

3 .3

0

A ir-c o n d itio n in g d u cts, includ ing d u s t c o lle c tin g d u cts, s t e e l ......................

3 4 4 4 -6 3 7

1 2 /8 2

1 3 0 .9

1 3 7 .3

1 3 7 .3

5.1

0

R e s ta u ra n t, h o te l, a n d k itc h e n s h e e t m e ta l e q u ip m e n t, s t e e l ....................

3 4 4 4 -6 4 4

1 2 /8 2

2 0 7 .4

2 0 7 .4

2 0 7 .4

2 .2

0

1 6 4 .5

1 7 0 .9

1 7 0 .9

9.1

0

11 5 .1

(3)
1 4 3 .3

(3)
2 .5

<3)
.1

O th e r s h e e t m e ta l w o r k ....................................................................................... ...............

M e ta l aw n in g s , c a n o p ie s , ca rp o rts , a n d p atio s, p re fa b ric a te d typ es,
a lu m in u m ..................... ..................................................................................................

3 4 4 4 -6 4 6

1 2 /8 2

S o ffits, fa s c ia , a n d sh u tters, a lu m in u m ...................................................................

3 4 4 4 -6 5 1

1 2 /8 2

1 1 2 .8

O th e r s h e e t m e ta l w o rk, s t e e l .......... ...........................................................................

3 4 4 4 -6 6 2

1 2 /8 2

1 4 2 .5

1 4 3 .2

P rec is io n s h e e t m e ta l p arts, n o t s t a m p e d ..... ..................................................

3 4 4 4 -6 6 2 0 3

1 2 /8 2

1 4 5 .2

1 4 6 .4

1 4 6 .9

2 .9

.3

O th e r s te e l s h e e t m e ta l w o r k ........... ............. .................................... ...................

3 4 4 4 -6 6 2 0 9

1 2 /8 2

1 4 0 .6

1 4 1 .0

1 4 0 .6

3 .5

-.3

3 4 4 4 -6 6 4

1 2 /8 2

1 4 4 .0

1 4 3 .6

144 .1

5.1

.3

3 4 4 4 -6 9 8

1 2 /8 2

1 5 4 .6

1 5 5 .9

1 5 5 .8

2 .7

-.1

1 2 /8 2

1 3 1 .2

1 3 3 .3

1 3 2 .4

4 .3

-.7

O th e r s h e e t m e ta l w o rk , a lu m in u m ...........................................................................
O th e r s h e e t m e ta l w o rk o f m e ta ls o th e r th a n s te e l o r a lu m in u m .............

3 4 4 4 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u cts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ................... ...................................

3 4 4 4 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .............................................................................. ................................
A rc h ite c tu ra l a n d o rn a m e n ta l m e t a lw o r k .................................................................................

3446

1 2 /8 3

1 3 1 .4

1 3 1 .8

1 3 2 .4

5 .0

.5

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ...... ......... ........................................................................................................

3 4 4 6 -P

1 2 /8 3

1 3 2 .5

1 3 3 .0

1 3 3 .7

5 .6

.5

A rc h ite c tu ra l a n d o rn a m e n ta l m e ta lw o r k ........... ........................................................

3 4 4 6 -1

1 2 /8 3

1 3 2 .5

1 3 3 .0

1 3 3 .7

5 .6

.5

3 4 4 6 -1 1

1 2 /8 3

1 2 0 .6

1 2 1 .9

1 2 3 .9

5 .7

1 .6

3 4 4 6 -1 1 1

1 2 /8 3

1 2 0 .3

1 2 2 .4

1 2 5 .2

8 .5

2 .3

W a r m a ir o r a ir c o n d itio n in g grilles, reg is te rs a n d a ir d if f u s e r s .................
Iro n a n d s t e e l ....................................................................................................................

3 4 4 6 -1 3

1 2 /8 3

1 0 8 .7

1 0 8 .9

1 0 8 .9

.5

0

In d u strial c l a s s ............... ................................................................................................

3 4 4 6 -1 3 1

0 1 /8 4

1 1 9 .0

1 2 0 .3

1 2 0 .3

1.1

0

C o m m e rc ia l c l a s s ..........................................................................................................

3 4 4 6 -1 3 5

1 2 /8 3

1 2 1 .4

1 2 1 .4

1 2 1 .4

2.1

0

3 4 4 6 -1 4

1 2 /8 3

1 1 6 .2

1 1 7 .2

1 1 7 .2

2 .9

0

1 1 4 .3

1 1 4 .3

2 .2

S t a i r s .........................................................................................................................................

R a ilin g s .....................................................................................................................................
S te e l, ex c lu d in g s ta in le s s s t e e l ..............................................................................

3 4 4 6 -1 4 3

1 2 /8 3

1 1 3 .5

O th e r m e ta ls , in cluding c o m b in a tio n s o f m e ta ls a n d o th e r m a te ria ls .

3 4 4 6 -1 4 9

1 2 /8 8

1 1 1 .4

1 1 3 .4

1 1 3 .4

1 .8

0

3 4 4 6 -1 9

1 2 /8 3

134.1

1 34.1

135 .1

2 .9

.7

O th e r a rc h ite c tu ra l a n d o rn a m e n ta l m e t a lw o r k ..................................................

0

F e n c e s , g a te s a n d p o s t s ............................................................................................

3 4 4 6 -1 9 2

1 2 /8 3

1 2 4 .0

1 2 4 .0

1 2 4 .2

.2

.2

W in d o w g u a r d s ................................................................................................................

3 4 4 6 -1 9 3

1 2 /8 3

1 6 5 .7

1 6 5 .7

166.1

.2

.2

O th e r a rc h ite c tu ra l a n d o rn a m e n ta l m e t a lw o r k ............... ..............................

1 3 4 .2

1 2 /8 3

6.1

1 .6

3 4 4 6 -1 9 9 1 3

1 2 /8 3

1 3 1 .9

1 3 1 .9

1 3 4 .8

6.1

2 .2

3 4 4 6 -1 9 9 1 4

1 2 /8 8

114.1

1 1 4 .5

1 1 6 .3

1 0 .9

1 .6

3 4 4 6 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 4 4 6 -S

O th e r s e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s .............................................. ...............................................

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s .........................................................................................................................

1 2 /8 3

1 2 9 .2

1 2 9 .5

1 2 9 .5

1 .8

0

3 4 4 6 -S S S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ..... .................. ......................................................................................

P re fa b ric a te d m e ta l buildings ........................ ...................................................... .........................

1 3 4 .2

1 3 6 .4

3 4 4 6 -1 9 9

S te e l, e x c lu d in g s ta in le s s s t e e l .................................... ......................................
O th e r m e t a ls ................................................... .............................................................

1 2 /8 3

1 2 0 .9

1 2 1 .3

1 2 1 .2

.7

- .1

1 2 /8 1

1 3 4 .5

1 3 4 .8

1 3 4 .8

4 .7

0

3 4 4 8 -P

1 2 /8 1

1 3 2 .9

1 3 3 .3

1 3 3 .3

4 .8

0

3 4 4 8 -1

1 2 /8 1

3448

P re fa b , m e ta l bldg. sys., exc l. fa rm s e rv ic e b ld g s., resid. b ldgs., &
1 2 9 .6

1 2 9 .9

4 .7

.1

3 4 4 8 -1 1 5

1 2 /8 1

1 3 0 .5

1 3 0 .7

1 3 0 .8

4 .6

.1

In d u s t r ia l................... ............................................................................. ............................

3 4 4 8 -1 1 5 1 2

1 2 /8 7

1 1 8 .3

1 1 8 .3

1 1 8 .3

5.1

0

C o m m e r c ia l.......................................................................................................................

3 4 4 8 -1 1 5 1 4

1 2 /8 7

1 2 9 .4

1 2 9 .7

1 2 9 .9

4 .5

.2

3 4 4 8 -1 1 8

1 2 /8 7

1 1 9 .2

1 1 9 .2

1 1 9 .2

4 .5

0

3 4 4 8 -2

1 2 /8 1

1 3 9 .0

1 3 9 .6

1 3 9 .5

5 .3

-.1

3 4 4 8 -2 1 5

1 2 /8 1

1 4 2 .2

1 4 2 .5

1 4 2 .5

5 .4

0

3 4 4 8 -2 2 1

1 2 /8 1

1 4 2 .5

1 4 2 .5

1 4 2 .5

6 .7

0

3 4 4 8 -2 2 1 1 7

1 2 /8 7

1 3 4 .0

1 3 4 .0

13 4 .1

4 .7

.1

3 4 4 8 -2 3 5

1 2 /8 1

1 6 1 .0

16 1 .1

161.1

2.1

0

3 4 4 8 -2 3 5 1 6

1 2 /8 7

1 3 5 .9

1 3 5 .9

1 3 5 .9

1 .8

0

p a rts fo r p re fa b , b l d g s .................................................................................................
In dustrial a n d c o m m e r c ia l..............................................................................................

In stitu tio n al, m e d ic a l, religious, public & e d u c a tio n a l.......................................
O th e r p re fa b ric a te d a n d p o rta b le m e ta l b uildings a n d p a r t s ............................

1 2 9 .8

O th e r fa rm s e rv ic e b ldgs., s te e l a n d alu m in u m , excl. w o o d fra m e
b ld g s ................................... ....................................................................... ....................
S m a ll utility b ld g s., incl. to o l sh e d s , c a b a n a s , s to ra g e h o u ses,
e tc ., s te e l a n d alu m in u m .......... ............................................................................
S t e e l ......................................................................................................................................
D w e llin g s a n d o th e r n o n -fa rm bldgs. incl. v a c a tio n h o m e s , etc.; ste e l
a n d a lu m in u m ......................................................... ............ ........................................
A lu m in u m ......................... ...................................................................................................

S fo tn tes at en o tab
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d f le.




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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
Ind ustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t

code

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e
to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x
base
M a r.

June

July

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

P re fa b ric a te d m e ta l b u ild in g s— C o n tin u e d
3 4 4 8 -2 3 5 1 8

1 2 /8 7

1 2 3 .8

1 2 4 .3

1 2 4 .3

4 .4

0

3 4 4 8 -2 5 4

S t e e l .......................................................................................................................................

1 2 /8 1

1 2 5 .6

1 2 7 .8

1 2 7 .6

6 .9

-.2

1 2 /8 4

1 1 3 .7

1 1 6 .7

1 1 8 .5

9 .4

1 .5

1 2 /8 4

1 1 1 .6

1 1 4 .9

1 1 7 .4

1 0 .2

2 .2

P a n e ls , p a rts , o r s e c tio n s fo r p re fa b , b ld g s., n o t so ld a s a c o m p le te
unit, s te e l & a lu m in u m ............................................................. ...............................

3 4 4 8 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s m e ta l w o r k ...... .........................................................................................................

3449

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ...........................................................................................................................

3 4 4 9 -P

B a r jo ists a n d fa b ric a te d c o n c re te rein fo rc in g b a r s ..............................................

3 4 4 9 -4

1 2 /8 4

1 1 0 .3

1 1 2 .0

11 2 .1

7 .5

.1

S h o rt s p a n o p e n -w e b jo is t s ......................... .................................................................

3 4 4 9 -4 4 3

1 1 /8 6

1 1 7 .3

1 2 3 .4

1 2 7 .2

2 1.1

3.1

A ll long s p a n j o i s t s .............................................................................................................

3 4 4 9 -4 4 7

0 9 /8 6

98.1

1 0 0 .9

1 0 2 .0

1 4 .5

1.1

F a b ric a te d c o n c re te rein fo rcin g b a r s .......................................................................

3 4 4 9 -4 5 2

1 2 /8 4

1 1 4 .2

1 1 4 .9

1 1 4 .3

4 .4

-.5

3 4 4 9 -5

1 2 /8 4

1 1 0 .5

1 1 0 .5

1 1 0 .5

.1

0

3 4 4 9 -5 1 1

1 2 /8 4

1 1 3 .4

1 1 3 .4

1 1 3 .4

0

0

3 4 4 9 -5 3 2

1 2 /8 4

1 3 0 .4

1 3 0 .4

1 3 0 .4

.2

3 4 4 9 -6

0 6 /9 0

10 5 .1

1 1 3 .7

1 2 2 .0

2 4 .9

7 .3

3 4 4 9 -6 1 4

0 6 /9 0

1 05.1

1 1 1 .9

1 1 6 .8

1 9 .8

4 .4

1 2 /8 4

1 2 6 .8

1 2 8 .4

1 2 8 .4

5 .7

0

1 2 /8 4

1 1 9 .5

1 2 0 .0

1 2 0 .2

2.1

.2

1 2 /8 3

1 2 7 .8

1 2 8 .5

1 2 8 .6

2.1

.1

O th e r m is c e lla n e o u s m e ta l b uilding m a te ria ls a n d cu rta in w a ll ......................
E x p a n d e d m e ta l lath ..................................... ...................................................................
M e ta l p la s te r b a s e a c c e s s o rie s , in cludin g c o rn e r b e a d s , s c re e d s ,
g ro u n d s, e t c ....................................................................................................................
C u s to m roll fo rm p ro d u c ts ............................................................ .....................................
O th e r s t e e l ................................................................................ .............................................

0

3 4 4 9 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 4 4 9 -S

S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
S c r e w m a c h in e p ro d u c ts , a n d b o lts, nuts, s c re w s , rivets, a n d
w a s h e r s ................................................................................................... ..........................................
S c r e w m a c h in e p r o d u c t s ...................................................................................................................

345
3451
3 4 5 1 -P

1 2 /8 3

1 2 9 .0

1 2 9 .5

1 2 9 .5

1 .8

A u to m o tiv e s c re w m a c h in e p r o d u c ts .............. .............................................................

3 4 5 1 -1

1 2 /8 3

1 2 5 .7

1 2 5 .9

1 2 5 .9

1 .5

0

O th e r s c re w m a c h in e p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................

3 4 5 1 -2

1 2 /8 3

1 3 0 .7

1 3 1 .4

1 3 1 .5

2.1

.1
0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..... ....................................................................................................................

0

A ir c r a f t .......................... ............................................................................................................

3 4 5 1 -2 2 2

1 2 /8 3

1 2 3 .0

1 2 3 .0

1 2 3 .0

0

O r d n a n c e ................................................................................................................................

3 4 5 1 -2 2 3

1 2 /8 3

1 5 9 .8

1 5 9 .8

1 5 9 .8

.9

0

H o u s e h o ld a p p lia n c e s , including rad io a n d t e le v is io n ....................................

3 4 5 1 -2 4 2

1 2 /8 3

1 6 0 .8

E le c tric a n d e le c tro n ic e q u ip m e n t .............................................................................

3 4 5 1 -2 5 2

1 2 /8 8

1 1 8 .3

(3)
1 1 9 .6

(3)
1 1 9 .5

(3)
5 .8

(3)
-.1

M a c h in e r y ................................................................................................................................

3 4 5 1 -2 6 2

1 2 /8 3

1 1 1 .6

1 1 1 .7

1 1 1 .7

1 .4

0

All o th e r e n d u ses, e x c e p t a u t o m o t iv e ...................................................................

3 4 5 1 -2 9 8

1 2 /8 3

1 2 6 .7

1 2 7 .5

1 2 7 .8

1 .9

.2

3 4 5 1 -S

1 2 /8 3

1 1 8 .0

1 2 1 .6

1 2 3 .6

6 .9

1 .6

0 6 /8 2

1 2 1 .9

2 .0

.1

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
B o lts, nuts, s c re w s , rivets, a n d w a s h e r s ..................................................................................

3452

1 2 2 .4

1 2 2 .5

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -P

0 6 /8 2

1 2 2 .0

1 2 2 .6

1 2 2 .7

2 .0

.1

E x te rn a lly th re a d e d fa s te n e rs , e x c e p t a irc ra ft......... .................................................

3 4 5 2 -4

0 6 /8 2

1 1 5 .8

1 1 6 .1

1 1 6 .3

2 .6

.2
(3)
.6

M in e ro o f b o l t s .....................................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -4 1 1

1 1 /8 2

1 2 0 .5

1 0 .2

3 4 5 2 -4 1 2

0 6 /8 2

102 .1

(3)
1 0 2 .1

1 2 1 .3

H e x b olts, including h e a v y , ta p , a n d jo in t .............................................................

1 0 2 .7

3 .5

1 1 4 .3

1 1 4 .3

.8

0

S q u a re a n d ro u n d b o lts a n d p lo w n u m b e rs 3 , 4 , 6 , 7 , a n d t r a c k .............

3 4 5 2 -4 1 3

0 6 /8 2

1 1 4 .3

H ig h -s tre n g th s tru ctu ral a n d b e n t b o l t s .................... .............................................

3 4 5 2 -4 1 6

0 6 /8 2

1 2 8 .3

1 2 9 .9

1 2 9 .9

2 .9

0

S tu d s .................................................. ......................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -4 2 1

0 6 /8 2

1 0 9 .3

1 1 0 .5

1 1 0 .5

2 .4

0
0

F la n g e d , self-lo c k in g , se t, lag, a n d w o o d s c re w s .............................................

3 4 5 2 -4 3 3

1 2 /8 7

1 0 6 .5

1 0 8 .6

1 0 8 .6

2 .6

C a p s c r e w s .............................................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -4 3 6

1 2 /8 7

131.1

1 3 1 .4

1 3 1 .4

2 .8

0

M a c h in e s c r e w s ...................................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -4 3 7

0 6 /8 2

1 0 3 .9

1 0 3 .9

1 0 3 .9

2 .7

0

T h re a d -fo rm in g ta p p in g s c re w s ..................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -4 4 1

0 6 /8 2

1 2 0 .5

1 2 0 .6

1 2 0 .6

T h re a d -c u ttin g , self-drilling, a n d th re a d -ro llin g s c re w s ...................................

3 4 5 2 -4 4 2

0 6 /8 2

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

.5
2.1

0
0

3 4 5 2 -4 6 9

0 6 /8 2

1 1 4 .4

1 1 4 .6

1 1 4 .5

.1

-.1

3 4 5 2 -5

0 6 /8 2

9 9 .3

9 9 .9

9 9 .8

.8

-.1

0 6 /8 2

1 2 2 .2

1 2 2 .4

1 2 2 .4

O th e r e x te rn a lly th re a d e d fa s te n e rs , e x c e p t a irc ra ft.........................................
In te rn a lly th re a d e d fa s te n e rs , e x c e p t a irc ra ft............................................................
S q u a re , s h e e t m e ta l, w e ld , w in g , a n d c a g e n u t s ..............................................

3 4 5 2 -5 0 1

2 .4

0

H e x n u t s .................... ..............................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -5 0 2

0 6 /8 2

9 2 .9

9 3 .8

9 3 .7

0

- .1

L o c kn u ts: p rev ailin g to rq u e a n d fre e s p in n in g ....................................................

3 4 5 2 -5 1 1

0 6 /8 2

1 2 1 .0

1 2 3 .4

1 2 2 .9

2 .6

-.4

O th e r in te rn a lly th re a d e d fa s te n e rs , in cluding all n o n m e ta llic ....................

3 4 5 2 -5 3 9

0 6 /8 2

1 1 6 .1

1 1 6 .2

116.1

1 .0

- .1

3 4 5 2 -6

0 6 /8 2

1 1 9 .0

1 1 9 .4

1 1 9 .5

2 .3

.1

S o lid rivets, all s i z e s ..........................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -6 0 1

0 6 /8 2

1 0 4 .3

1 0 4 .3

1 0 4 .3

1 .5

P in s, m a c h in e t y p e ............................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -6 2 1

0 6 /8 2

1 2 3 .3

1 2 5 .3

1 2 5 .3

2 .4

0

W a s h e r s , all t y p e s ..............................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -6 3 1

0 6 /8 2

1 1 2 .4

1 1 2 .7

1 1 3 .0

5 .2

.3

O th e r n o n th re a d e d fa s te n e rs , in cluding all n o n m e t a llic .................................

3 4 5 2 -6 4 9

0 6 /8 2

1 2 6 .5

1 2 6 .5

1 2 6 .5

.3

0

3 4 5 2 -7

0 6 /8 2

1 6 1 .3

1 6 3 .0

16 3 .1

1 .9

.1

1 3 8 .8

1 3 8 .8

1.7

0

N o n th r e a d e d fa s te n e rs , e x c e p t a irc ra ft.........................................................................

A ir c r a ft/a e r o s p a c e f a s t e n e r s ............................................................................................

0

B o lts, all K S I t e n s i l e ............................................. ............................................................

3 4 5 2 -7 0 1

0 6 /8 2

1 3 6 .7

S c re w s , all ty p e s , a n d stu d s, all t y p e s ...................................................................

3 4 5 2 -7 1 2

1 2 /8 7

1 8 4 .2

1 8 4 .5

1 8 6 .0

2 .3

.8

N u ts , all t y p e s ................................... ...................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -7 3 1

0 6 /8 2

1 8 9 .8

1 9 2 .5

1 9 2 .5

3.1

0

3 4 5 2 -8

0 6 /8 2

1 2 1 .3

1 2 1 .4

1 2 1 .4

1 .0

0

A u to m o tiv e ..............................................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -8 1 1

1 2 /9 3

1 0 0 .2

1 0 0 .2

1 0 0 .2

.2

0

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 4 5 2 -S M
0 6 /8 2

1 2 4 .7

1 2 4 .8

1 2 4 .8

3 .2

0

1 2 /8 4

1 1 1 .6

1 1 1 .8

1 1 1 .9

1 .2

.1
.7

O th e r fo rm e d f a s t e n e r s .......................................................................................................

3 4 5 2 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
M e ta l fo rg in g s a n d s t a m p in g s .......................................................................................................

346

Iro n a n d s te e l f o r g i n g s .......................................................................................................................

3462

1 2 /8 3

11 2 .1

1 1 2 .3

113 .1

4 .2

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 6 2 -P

1 2 /8 3

1 1 2 .6

1 1 3 .0

1 1 3 .7

3.1

H o t im p re s s io n d ie im p a c t, p re s s a n d u p s e t fe rro u s f o r g in g s ........................

3 4 6 2 -5

1 2 /8 3

1 1 4 .3

1 1 5 .0

1 1 5 .7

2 .7

.6

C a rb o n s t e e l .......................... ...............................................................................................

3 4 6 2 -5 1 1

1 2 /8 3

11 4 .1

1 1 4 .6

1 1 5 .7

1 .8

1 .0

A llo y s te e l, e x c e p t s ta in le s s a n d h ig h -te m p e r a tu r e .........................................

3 4 6 2 -5 1 3

1 2 /8 3

1 1 3 .8

1 1 4 .2

1 1 4 .5

2 .8

.3

S ta in le s s s t e e l .......................................................................................................................

3 4 6 2 -5 1 5

1 2 /8 3

1 1 6 .6

1 2 1 .9

6 .4

S e a m le s s ro lle d -rin g fe rro u s f o r g in g s ...........................................................................

3 4 6 2 -7

1 2 /8 3

1 1 2 .3

(3)
1 1 1 .8

1 1 2 .0

2 .9

(3)
.2

O p e n d ie o r sm ith (h a m m e r o r p re s s ) fe rro u s f o r g in g s .....................................

3 4 6 2 -8

1 2 /8 3

1 0 0 .3

1 0 0 .2

1 0 0 .5

5 .9

.3

3 4 6 2 -8 1 3

1 2 /8 3

9 7.1

9 6 .7

9 7 .0

3 .5

.3

A llo y s te e l, e x c e p t s ta in le s s a n d h ig h - te m p e r a tu r e .........................................

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.6

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In dustry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u c t

In d e x

code

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

base

to Ju ly 1 9 9 5 fro m —
M a r.

Ju n e

Ju ly

19952

19952

19952

Ju ly 1 9 9 4

June 199 5

(3)

Iro n a n d s te e l fo rg in g s — C o n tin u e d
111.1

(3)

1 1 1 .6

13.1

3 4 6 2 -9

0 2 /8 4

1 0 6 .0

(3)

1 0 1 .7

-.8

(3)

O th e r fe rro u s f o r g in g s ......................................................................................................

3 4 6 2 -9 1 1

0 2 /8 4

1 0 6 .0

(3)

1 0 1 .7

-.8

(3)

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ......................................... .............

3 4 6 2 -S M
3 4 6 2 -S

1 2 /8 3

9 9 .2

9 9 .2

1 0 0 .6

5 .9

1 2 /8 3

1 2 5 .6

1 2 6 .9

1 2 7 .2

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................ .........................

3 4 6 3 -P

1 2 /8 3

1 2 9 .9

1 3 1 .4

1 3 1 .7

4 .4

.2

H o t im p re s s io n d ie im p a c t, p re s s a n d u p s e t n o n fe rro u s f o r g in g s ................

3 4 6 3 -5

1 2 /8 3

1 3 0 .6

132.1

1 3 2 .5

4 .5

.3

A lu m in u m a n d alu m in u m a l l o y .....................................................................................

3 4 6 3 -5 2 1

1 2 /8 3

1 4 9 .9

1 5 1 .3

1 5 1 .3

T ita n iu m a n d titan iu m a l l o y ............................................................................................

3 4 6 3 -5 2 3

1 2 /8 3

9 6 .9

9 7 .5

98.1

0

.6

3 4 6 3 -5 2 5

1 4 3 .6

1 4 4 .2

1 1 .5

.4
.6

3 4 6 2 -8 1 5

S ta in le s s s t e e l ......................................................................................................................
O th e r fe rro u s fo r g in g s ...........................................................................................................

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................................................
N o n fe rro u s fo r g in g s .............................................................................................................................

3463

1 2 /8 3

3 .8

1 .4
.2

7 .0

0

O p e n d ie o r s m ith (h a m m e r o r p re s s ) n o n fe rro u s fo rg in g s ..............................

1 2 /8 3

(3)

1 3 6 .0

1 3 6 .8

(3)

1 2 /8 3

1 3 5 .9

1 2 /8 3

(3)
1 4 7 .8

1 3 5 .9

3 4 6 3 -8

A lu m in u m a n d alu m in u m a l l o y .....................................................................................

1 2 /8 3

3 4 6 3 -6
3 4 6 3 -6 2 1

C o p p e r a n d c o p p e r a l l o y ................................................................................................
C o ld im p re s s io n d ie im p a c t, p re s s a n d u p s e t n o n fe rro u s f o r g in g s ..............

1 4 3 .5

(3)

1 5 0 .3

(3)
3 .2

1 2 /8 3

1 0 8 .4

1 0 8 .5

1 0 8 .5

.6

0

1 1 1 .7

-.3

0

0
(3)

3 4 6 3 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 4 6 3 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

1 2 /8 2

1 1 1 .6

1 1 1 .7

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 6 5 -P

1 2 /8 2

1 0 9 .8

1 1 0 .0

1 1 0 .0

-.3

O rig in al e q u ip m e n t a u to m o tiv e s t a m p in g s .................................................................

3 4 6 5 -1

1 2 /8 2

108 .1

1 0 8 .3

1 0 8 .3

-.4

0

3 4 6 5 -1 1 1

1 2 /8 2

1 0 7 .8

108.1

108.1

-.5

0

A u to m o tiv e s t a m p in g s .......................................................................................................................

3465

P a s s e n g e r c a r s t a m p in g s ...............................................................................................

0

B o d y p a n e l s .................................................................................. ...................................

3 4 6 5 -1 1 1 1 1

1 2 /8 2

1 0 4 .2

1 0 4 .2

1 0 4 .2

-.8

0

C h a s s is p a r t s ....................................................................................................................

3 4 6 5 -1 1 1 1 2

1 2 /8 2

1 1 6 .3

1 1 7 .0

1 1 7 .0

0

0

3 4 6 5 -1 1 3

1 2 /8 2

1 1 0 .5

1 1 0 .8

1 1 0 .8

1 .0

0

B o d y p a n e l s ......................................................................................................................

3 4 6 5 -1 1 3 1 3

1 2 /8 2

1 1 1 .2

1 1 1 .2

1 1 1 .2

.6

0

C h a s s is p a r t s ....................................................................................................................

3 4 6 5 -1 1 3 1 4

1 2 /8 2

1 0 8 .8

1 1 0 .0

1 1 0 .0

1 .9

3 4 6 5 -3

1 2 /8 2

1 2 4 .9

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

P a s s e n g e r c a r s t a m p in g s ...............................................................................................

3 4 6 5 -3 1 1

(3)

(3)

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 4 6 5 -S M

T ru c k a n d b u s s t a m p in g s ...............................................................................................

S e rv ic e p a rt a u to m o tiv e s t a m p in g s ................................................................................

0

1 2 /8 2

1 26.1

(3)

(3)

3 4 6 5 -S

1 2 /8 2

1 2 9 .8

1 2 9 .8

1 2 9 .7

1 2 8 .8

1 2 9 .4

4 .3

0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 6 6 -P

1 2 /8 3

1 2 8 .0

1 2 8 .5

1 2 8 .5

4 .0

0

M e ta l c o m m e rc ia l c lo s u r e s ................................................................................................

3 4 6 6 -1

1 2 /8 3

1 4 2 .0

1 4 2 .8

1 4 2 .8

3 .4

0

3 4 6 6 -1 0 3

1 2 /8 3

1 3 7 .0

1 3 8 .0

1 3 8 .0

3 .5

0

3 4 6 6 -1 0 3 3 1

1 2 /8 3

1 3 7 .0

1 3 8 .0

1 3 8 .0

3 .5

0

3 4 6 6 -1 8 9

0 6 /9 2

1 0 5 .3

1 0 5 .3

1 0 5 .3

2 .9

0

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
M e ta l c ro w n s a n d c lo s u r e s ..............................................................................................................

3466

S c re w -o n , th re a d o r lug t y p e ........................................................................................
T in m i l l .................................................................................................................................
All o th e r m e ta l c o m m e rc ia l c lo s u r e s ........................................................................

1 2 /8 3

1 2 9 .4

-.4

-.1

0 6 /8 4

1 2 6 .4

1 2 6 .6

1 2 6 .8

2 .2

.2

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -P

0 6 /8 4

12 6 .1

1 2 6 .3

1 2 6 .5

2 .2

.2

J o b s tam p in g s, e x c e p t a u t o m o t iv e ................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -2

0 6 /8 4

1 26.1

1 2 6 .2

1 2 6 .3

1.9

.1
1 .2

M e ta l s tam p in g s, n .e .c ........................................................................................................................

3469

M o to r a n d g e n e ra to r s ta m p in g s ..................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -2 0 5

1 2 /8 8

9 0 .8

8 9 .7

9 0 .8

4 .8

A via tio n s ta m p in g s ..............................................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -2 1 1

0 6 /8 4

1 1 5 .8

1 1 5 .8

1 1 5 .8

.3

0

A g ricu ltu ra l e q u ip m e n t s t a m p in g s ...............................................................................

3 4 6 9 -2 1 5

0 6 /8 4

1 2 3 .3

1 2 3 .5

12 4 .1

2 .6

.5

E le c tric a l e q u ip m e n t s ta m p in g s , e x c e p t re frig e ra to r a n d l a u n d r y .............

3 4 6 9 -2 2 5

0 6 /8 4

1 2 6 .2

1 2 6 .8

1 2 6 .9

2.1

.1

F u rn itu re s t a m p in g s ................ ..........................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -2 3 1

0 6 /8 4

1 1 2 .7

1 1 2 .7

1 1 2 .7

5 .8

O ffic e m a c h in e s t a m p in g s .............................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -2 4 1

0 6 /8 4

1 4 1 .7

1 4 1 .7

1 4 1 .7

0

0

R a d io , te le v is io n a n d p h o n o g ra p h s ta m p in g s ......................................................

3 4 6 9 -2 5 1

1 2 /8 8

1 1 6 .8

1 1 6 .4

1 1 6 .6

1.1

.2

R e frig e ra to r s t a m p in g s .....................................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -2 6 1

0 8 /8 4

3 4 6 9 -2 7 1

0 6 /8 4

(3)
1 1 2 .4

(3)
1 1 2 .4

1 1 9 .5

S to v e , h e a te r a n d air c o n d itio n e r s t a m p in g s .......................................................

1 1 2 .4

(3)
- 1 .2

O th e r ind u strial e q u ip m e n t s ta m p in g s ......................................................................

3 4 6 9 -2 8 9

0 6 /8 4

1 4 1 .9

1 4 2 .6

1 4 2 .6

4 .9

0

O th e r jo b s t a m p in g s .........................................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -2 9 8

0 6 /8 4

1 2 4 .3

1 2 4 .5

1 2 4 .5

1 .5

0

S ta m p e d a n d s p u n uten sils, c o o k in g a n d k itc h e n , e x c e p t a lu m in u m .........
T o p o f r a n g e h o u s e h o ld u ten sils, s ta in le s s s t e e l ..............................................

3 4 6 9 -5
3 4 6 9 -5 1 1

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

1 2 8 .5
1 2 0 .7

12 9 .1
1 2 0 .9

1 2 9 .1
1 2 0 .9

4 .6

0

4 .2

0

3 4 6 9 -5 9 8

0 6 /8 4

1 6 0 .5

1 6 0 .5

1 6 0 .5

4 .6

0

3 4 6 9 -9

0 6 /8 4

1 1 9 .8

1 20.1

1 2 0 .6

1 .6

.4

3 4 6 9 -9 9 8

0

0

(3)
0

O th e r s ta m p e d a n d sp u n u ten sils, co o k in g a n d k itc h e n , including
v itre o u s e n a m e l ...........................................................................................................
O th e r s ta m p e d a n d p re s s e d m e ta l e n d p r o d u c t s ..................................................

0 6 /8 4

1 2 6 .3

1 2 6 .9

1 2 6 .9

3 .0

M is c e lla n e o u s r e c e i p t s .........................................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -M

1 2 /8 7

1 1 4 .8

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

3 4 6 9 -S

0 6 /8 4

1 2 8 .6

(3)
1 2 8 .9

(3)
1 2 8 .9

(3)
2 .7

O th e r s ta m p e d a n d p re s s e d m e ta l e n d p r o d u c t s .............................................

3 4 6 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

(3)
0

C o a tin g , en g ra v in g , a n d a llie d s e rv ic e s ....................................................................................

347

1 2 /8 4

1 2 5 .3

1 2 5 .2

1 2 5 .4

1 .5

.2

M e ta l p la tin g a n d p o lis h in g ..............................................................................................................

3471

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .6

1 3 3 .8

134.1

2 .4

.2

3 4 7 1 -P

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .7

1 3 4 .0

2 .4

.1

3 4 7 1 -1

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .7

1 3 4 .0

1 3 4 .2

2 .4

.1

E le c t r o p la t in g - r a c k ..............................................................................................................

3 4 7 1 -1 0 1

1 2 /8 4

132 .1

1 3 2 .7

1 3 3 .2

2.1

.4

E le c tr o p la tin g -b a rre l...........................................................................................................

3 4 7 1 -1 0 2

1 2 /8 4

1 4 1 .6

1 4 1 .6

1 4 1 .9

2 .8

.2

E n g in e e rin g p la tin g - h a rd c h ro m e , h a rd n ic k e l..................................................

3 4 7 1 -1 0 3

1 2 /8 4

1 3 1 .7

1 3 2 .3

1 3 2 .3

.5

0

A n o d iz in g ................................................................................................................................

3 4 7 1 -1 0 4

1 2 /8 4

1 4 4 .9

1 4 4 .9

1 4 5 .0

5 .9

.1

H a rd c o a t a n o d iz in g ......................................................................................................

3 4 7 1 -1 0 4 3 1

1 2 /8 4

1 3 5 .7

1 3 5 .7

4 .6

0

O th e r a n o d i z i n g ..............................................................................................................

3 4 7 1 -1 0 4 3 2

1 2 /8 4

147 .1

147.1

1 4 7 .3

6 .3

.1

3 4 7 1 -1 0 5

1 2 /8 4

1 1 8 .6

1 1 8 .5

1 1 8 .5

.6

0

Po lish in g a n d bu ffin g ................................................................................. ..................

3 4 7 1 -1 0 5 4 1

1 2 /8 4

1 1 7 .8

1 1 7 .8

1 1 7 .8

.8

0

O th e r s u rfa c e finishing ...............................................................................................

3 4 7 1 -1 0 5 4 3

1 2 /8 4

1 2 7 .8

1 2 6 .9

1 2 6 .6

-1 .2

-.2

3 4 7 1 -1 0 7

1 2 /8 4

1 1 9 .4

1 1 9 .4

1 1 9 .4

.2

0

3 4 7 1 -1 0 7 5 2

1 2 /8 9

10 7 .1

1 0 7 .1 .

107.1

.5

0

1 2 /8 4

1 3 3 .3

1 3 4 .4

133.1

3 .3

- 1 .0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................
M e ta l p latin g a n d p o lis h in g ...................................................................................... .........

M e c h a n ic a l s u rfa c e p r e p a r a tio n ..................................................................................

O th e r p la tin g in cluding re e l to re e l c o n tin u o u s p latin g ...................................
O th e r p l a t i n g .....................................................................................................................
S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ........................................ ......................................................................

3 4 7 1 -S M
3 4 7 1 -S

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1 3 4 .2

95

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
P ro d u c t
code

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

base
M a r.

June

19952

19952

C c_
O
C c
O
C <
J
1

In dustry
In d u s try a n d p ro d u c t1

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

July 1 9 9 4

June 1 995

1 2 /8 4

1 1 6 .4

1 1 5 .8

1 1 6 .0

0 .5

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ...........................................................................................................................

3 4 7 9 -P

1 2 /8 4

1 1 6 .8

1 1 6 .2

1 1 6 .4

.5

.2

M e ta l c o a tin g a n d a llie d s e r v ic e s ...................................................................................

3 4 7 9 -1

1 2 /8 4

1 1 6 .8

1 1 6 .2

1 1 6 .4

.5

.2
2 .2

M e ta l c o a tin g a n d a llie d s e r v i c e s ................................................................................................

3479

0 .2

E tc h in g a n d e n g ra v in g m e ta l n a m e p la t e s .............................................................

3 4 7 9 -1 0 1

1 2 /8 4

1 2 6 .8

1 2 6 .8

1 2 9 .6

4 .2

O th e r e tc h in g a n d e n g r a v in g ........................................................................................

3 4 7 9 -1 0 2

1 2 /8 4

1 7 3 .7

1 7 3 .7

1 7 3 .7

-.2

3 4 7 9 -1 0 3

1 2 /8 4

117.1

1 1 7 .1

1 1 6 .7

1 .3

-.3

3 4 7 9 -1 0 3 1 1

1 2 /8 9

9 8 .4

9 8 .4

9 7 .7

1 .0

-.7

G a lv a n iz in g a n d o th e r h o t d ip c o a t i n g .....................................................................
S h e e t a n d strip g a lv a n iz in g ........................................................................................

0

A fte r fa b ric a tio n g a lv a n izin g , exc lu d in g all s te e l c o m p a n y
o p e ra tio n s ..................................................................................................................

3 4 7 9 -1 0 3 1 2

1 2 /8 4

1 2 3 .0

1 2 3 .0

1 2 3 .0

2.1

O th e r g a lv a n iz in g ............................................................................................................

3 4 7 9 -1 0 3 1 3

1 2 /8 4

1 0 4 .2

1 0 4 .2

H o t d ip c o a tin g o th e r th a n z i n c ...............................................................................

3 4 7 9 -1 0 3 1 4

(3)
5 .7

0
(3)

1 2 /8 4

1 2 5 .2

1 2 8 .0

(3)
1 2 8 .0

3 4 7 9 -1 0 4

1 2 /8 4

1 1 1 .9

1 1 1 .0

1 1 1 .2

0

C oil c o a tin g ...................................................................................... .................................

3 4 7 9 -1 0 4 2 1

1 2 /8 4

1 0 0 .6

9 9 .7

9 9 .7

.6

0

S p ra y c o a tin g , including e le c tro s ta tic c o a t i n g .................................................

3 4 7 9 -1 0 4 2 2

1 2 /8 4

1 2 3 .0

1 2 3 .0

1 2 3 .0

.5

0

3 4 7 9 -1 0 4 2 3

1 2 /8 4

1 0 9 .4

1 0 7 .5

1 0 8 .3

-1 .4

.7

3 4 7 9 -1 0 5

1 2 /8 9

1 0 6 .0

1 0 6 .3

1 0 5 .9

1 .0

-.4

1 2 /8 4

10 5 .1

1 0 5 .4

1 0 5 .4

.9

0

0 6 /8 5

1 2 6 .9

1 2 6 .9

1 2 6 .7

.4

-.2

O rg a n ic c o a t in g s ..................................................................................................................

A ll o th e r o rg a n ic c o a t i n g .............................................................................................
A ll o th e r m e ta l c o a tin g o r allied s e r v ic e s ..............................................................

0
.2

3 4 7 9 -S M

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3 4 7 9 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
O rd n a n c e a n d a c c e s s o rie s , e x c e p t v e h ic le s a n d g u id e d m is s ile s .............................

348

S m a ll a rm s am m u n itio n , 3 0 m m a n d u n d e r ............................. ................................................

3482

1 1 8 .7

1 1 8 .2

1 1 8 .2

1 .7

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 8 2 -P

0 6 /8 5

1 2 4 .2

1 2 3 .8

1 2 3 .8

1 .8

0

C a rtrid g e s fo r sm all fire a rm s (rifles a n d s id e a r m s ) ........... ...................................

3 4 8 2 -1

0 6 /8 5

1 1 5 .6

1 1 4 .3

1 1 4 .3

.6

0

0 6 /8 5

0

R im fire rifle /p is to l ....................................................................... .......................................

3 4 8 2 -1 1 2

0 6 /8 5

8 9 .6

8 7 .3

8 7 .3

-.8

0

C e n t e r f ir e /r if le .................... .................................................................................................

3 4 8 2 -1 1 3

0 6 /8 5

1 2 4 .6

1 2 1 .8

1 2 1 .8

-1 .5

0

C e n te rfire pisto ls, includin g c a r t r id g e s .....................................................................

3 4 8 2 -1 1 4

0 6 /8 5

135 .1

1 3 5 .9

1 3 5 .9

3 .2

0

S h o tg u n s h e l l s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 8 2 -2

0 6 /8 5

1 3 0 .6

1 3 0 .4

1 3 0 .4

4.1

0

A m m u n itio n c o m p o n e n ts ..................... ...............................................................................

3 4 8 2 -3

0 6 /8 5

1 2 6 .2

1 2 6 .2

1 2 6 .2

1 .5

0

c a s e s ................................................................................................................................

3 4 8 2 -3 6 9

0 6 /8 5

1 2 6 .5

1 2 6 .5

1 2 6 .5

All o th e r am m u n itio n p r o d u c t s .....................................................................................

3 4 8 2 -3 9 8

0 6 /8 5

9 4 .4

9 4 .4

W a d s , s h o t c a s e s (p rim e d o r u n p rim e d ), bu lle ts , b u lle t ja c k e ts a n d
(3)

5 .3
(3)

0
(3)

1 2 /8 5

1 2 2 .7

1 2 2 .7

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ........................................................................................ .................................

3 4 8 3 -P

1 2 /8 5

1 2 0 .2

1 1 9 .5

1 1 9 .2

-2 .0

-.3

A rtillery a m m u n itio n a n d c o m p o n e n t p a rts , o v e r 3 0 m m (o r 1 .1 8 in c h e s ) .

3 4 8 3 -1

1 2 /8 5

1 4 0 .3

1 3 7 .7

1 3 6 .9

- 1 .4

-.6

P ro je c tile m e ta l p a rts .......................................................................................................

3 4 8 3 -1 5 1

1 2 /8 5

1 3 2 .3

1 2 1 .5

1 2 1 .0

- 8 .5

-.4

A rtillery c o m p o n e n t p a r t s ................................................................................................

3 4 8 3 -1 7 1

1 2 /8 5

1 2 1 .4

1 1 9 .5

1 1 9 .7

2 .3

.2

A m m u n itio n , e x c e p t fo r s m all a r m s ............................................................................................

3483

1 2 2 .1

-.3

-.5

F u s e s ................................................................................ ....................................................

3 4 8 3 -1 7 1 1 4

1 2 /8 5

1 1 9 .0

1 1 7 .5

1 1 7 .5

5 .3

.0

O t h e r .....................................................................................................................................

3 4 8 3 -1 7 1 1 9

1 2 /8 5

13 1 .1

1 2 8 .6

1 2 9 .1

-.4

.4
0

3 4 8 3 -3

1 2 /8 5

1 0 0 .1

1 0 0 .5

1 0 0 .5

-2 .4

B o m b s ......................................................................................................................................

3 4 8 3 -3 1 1

1 2 /8 5

8 0 .0

8 1 .3

8 1 .3

4 .8

0

O th e r a m m u n itio n a n d a m m u n itio n p arts, n .e .c ., e x c e p t s m all a rm s .....

3 4 8 3 -3 4 1

1 2 /8 5

1 2 2 .4

1 2 2 .4

1 2 2 .4

-2 .4

0

S e c o n d a ry p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ............................................. .........

3 4 8 3 -S M

A m m u n itio n , e x c e p t fo r s m all a rm s , n .e .c .................... ...............................................

S m a ll a rm s , 3 0 m m a n d u n d e r ................................................. .....................................................

3484
3 4 8 4 -P

1 2 /8 5

1 2 6 .6

1 2 7 .9

1 2 6 .7

2 .9

-.9

0 6 /8 5

3 4 8 3 -S

S e c o n d a r y p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................

1 4 4 .9

1 4 4 .8

1 4 4 .8

-.1

0

0 6 /8 5

1 4 5 .6
1 3 2 .7

1 4 5 .6
1 3 2 .7

-.1
1 .8

0
0

0

3 4 8 4 -2

0 6 /8 5

1 4 5 .7
1 3 2 .6

C e n te rfire p istols a n d r e v o lv e r s ...................................................................................

3 4 8 4 -2 0 1

0 6 /8 5

1 3 0 .8

1 3 0 .9

1 3 0 .9

1 .9

R im fire p istols a n d r e v o lv e r s .........................................................................................

3 4 8 4 -2 0 2

0 6 /8 5

1 3 8 .7

1 3 8 .7

1 3 8 .7

0

0

3 4 8 4 -3

0 6 /8 5

1 4 7 .5

1 4 7 .5

1 4 7 .6

1 .9

.1

3 4 8 4 -3 0 1

1 4 3 .0

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ................................................................. ........................................................
P is to ls a n d r e v o lv e r s .............................................................................................................

R i f l e s .................................................... .........................................................................................

0 6 /8 5

1 4 3 .0

1 4 3 .0

1 .7

0

3 4 8 4 -3 0 1 2 2

0 8 /8 5

1 3 7 .3

1 3 7 .3

1 3 7 .3

3 .4

0

3 4 8 4 -4

0 6 /8 5

1 4 3 .9

1 4 3 .9

1 4 3 .9

1 .7

0

3 4 8 4 -4 0 1

0 6 /8 5

1 4 5 .5

1 4 5 .5

1 4 5 .5

1 .9

0

O th e r sm a ll a r m s .....................................................................................................................

3 4 8 4 -5

0 6 /8 5

1 28.1

1 2 6 .8

1 2 6 .8

4 .4

0

P a rts a n d a tta c h m e n ts fo r s m a ll a r m s ........................................................ ................

3 4 8 4 -6

- 9 .3

S m a ll a rm s s h ip p e d to U .S . m ilita r y ...............................................................................

C e n te rfire r if le s .....................................................................................................................
B o lt r e p e a te r c e n te rfire r i f l e s ....................................................................................
S h o t g u n s ................ ......................................................................................................................
R e p e a tin g s h o t g u n s ............................................................. .............................................

0 6 /8 5

1 4 4 .0

1 4 4 .0

1 4 4 .2

3 4 8 4 -7

0 6 /9 2

1 0 2 .8

1 0 2 .8

1 0 2 .8

M a c h in e g u n s, s h ip p e d to U .S . m ilit a r y ................................................................

3 4 8 4 -7 0 2

0 6 /9 2

1 0 0 .7

P a rts a n d a tta c h m e n ts s h ip p e d to U .S m ilit a r y ..................................................

3 4 8 4 -7 0 4

0 6 /9 2

9 7 .5

(3)
9 7 .5

(3)
9 7 .5

(3)

0
(3)
0

3 4 8 4 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

3489

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 8 9 -P

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .......................................................

0 6 /8 5

1 2 4 .7

1 2 4 .7

12 3 .1

-1 .4

-1 .3

1 2 /8 5

3 4 8 4 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
O rd n a n c e a n d a c c e s s o rie s N . E . C ................................................................................................

.1

6 .4
(3)

1 0 9 .5

1 0 9 .9

1 1 0 .3

1 .8

.4

1 2 /8 5

1 2 4 .2

1 2 5 .3

1 2 5 .3

3 .0

0

3 4 8 9 -S M
3 4 8 9 -S

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s fa b ric a te d m e ta l p r o d u c t s ................................................................................
In d u strial V a l v e s ....................................................................................................................................

3491

1 2 /8 5

1 0 3 .9

1 0 7 .0

1 1 9 .8

1 6 .3

1 2 .0

1 2 /8 4

349

1 3 2 .3

1 3 3 .6

1 3 4 .2

4 .2

.4

0 6 /9 1

1 1 0 .2

1 1 1 .3

1 1 2 .3

3 .5

.9

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ..........................................................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -P

0 6 /9 1

1 1 1 .0

11 2 .1

1 1 3 .3

3 .8

1.1

G a te , g lo b e , a n d c h e c k v a l v e s .........................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -1

0 6 /9 1

1 1 6 .2

1 1 8 .2

1 1 8 .2

6 .9

0

A W W A , U L ) ...................................................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -1 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 1 2 .6

1 1 3 .8

1 1 3 .8

4.1

0

C a rb o n s t e e l ...................................................................................................... ...................

3 4 9 1 -1 1 3

0 6 /9 1

1 1 4 .5

11 5 .1

11 5 .1

4 .2

0

C a s t c a rb o n s t e e l ............................................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -1 1 3 0 4

1 2 /8 2

1 2 1 .9

1 2 2 .8

1 2 2 .8

2 .4

0

F o rg e d c a rb o n s t e e l ...................................................................... ................................

3 4 9 1 -1 1 3 0 5

1 2 /8 2

1 0 8 .7

1 0 8 .9

1 0 8 .9

7 .4

0

3 4 9 1 -1 1 5

0 6 /9 1

1 0 4 .4

10 6 .1

1 0 6 .0

5.1

- .1

Iro n b o d y , in clu d in g d u c tile o r m o d u la r, all p re s s u re s (ex c l. IB B M ,

A llo y s te e l a n d o th e r m e ta ls .........................................................................................

S fo tn tes at en o tab
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96

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
Industry
In d u stry a n d p ro d u c t1

P ro d u ct
code

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —

In d e x

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

b ase
M a r.

June

July

19952

19952

19952

Ju ly 1 9 9 4

June 1995

In d u strial V a lv e s — C o n tin u e d
3 4 9 1 -1 1 7

1 2 /8 2

1 8 9 .4

1 9 6 .8

1 9 6 .8

1 5 .6

0

3 4 9 1 -2

0 6 /9 1

1 0 9 .0

1 0 9 .3

1 1 0 .2

2 .3

.8

IB B M g a te line a n d ta p p in g v a lv e s .......................................................................

3 4 9 1 -2 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 0 4 .2

105.1

105.1

2 .5

0

U L v a lv e s (all p r e s s u r e s ) ............................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -2 1 2

0 6 /9 1

1 0 5 .2

7 .9

3 4 9 1 -2 1 4

1 2 /8 2

1 5 5 .8

(3)
1 5 5 .8

1 0 9 .6

F ire h y d r a n ts ....................................................................................... ..............................

1 5 7 .7

3.1

(3)
1 .2

A W W A v a lv e s (all p r e s s u r e s ) ...................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -2 1 5

0 6 /9 1

1 1 4 .7

(3)

1 1 4 .7

0

(3)

3 4 9 1 -2 1 5 0 2

0 6 /9 1

1 1 4 .7

(3)

1 1 4 .7

0

(3)

B ra ss a n d b ro n z e (1 2 5 lb w .s .p . o r m o re ) ........................................................
V a lv e s fo r w a te r w o r k s ....................................................................................................

B u tte rfly v a l v e s ............................................................................................................
B all v a lv e s , all p re s s u re s , ty p e s & m e ta ls (excl. au to , c o n tro l,

3 4 9 1 -3

0 6 /9 1

1 1 0 .8

112.1

112.1

5 .0

0

B ra s s a n d b ro n z e ............................................................,.............................................

3 4 9 1 -3 1 3

1 2 /8 2

1 6 0 .0

1 6 4 .0

1 6 3 .6

6 .9

-.2

C a rb o n s te e l (c a s t a n d f a b r ic a t e d ) ........................................................................

3 4 9 1 -3 1 5

0 6 /9 1

1 1 3 .7

1 1 3 .6

1 1 3 .7

3 .5

.1

A llo y s te e l a n d o th e r m e t a l s ................................................... .................................

3 4 9 1 -3 1 7

0 6 /9 1

1 0 4 .9

1 0 6 .0

1 0 6 .0

4.1

0

3 4 9 1 -4

0 6 /9 1

104.1

1 0 4 .4

1 0 4 .4

.5

0

3 4 9 1 -4 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 0 6 .7

1 0 6 .7

1 0 6 .7

.3

0

3 4 9 1 -4 1 1 0 1

1 2 /8 2

1 1 3 .8

1 1 3 .8

1 1 3 .8

0

0

3 4 9 1 -5

1 2 /8 2

s o le n o id , & re g u la to r v a l v e s ) .................................. ..........................................

B u tterfly v a lv e s , all m e ta ls p ress u re s , a n d ty p e s , incl. m a n u a l & p o w e r
o n /o f f v a l v e s .......... ......................................................................................................
Industrial ty p e s , incl. e la s to m e r a n d flu ro p la s tic l i n e d .......... ......................
Iron (including du ctile) .............................................................................................
Plug v a lv e s , all m e ta ls , p re s s u re s & ty p e s (excl. a u to m a tic co ntrol,
1 42.1

142.1

142.1

-5 .9

0

Iro n (in clu d in g d u ctile) .............................................. ...................................................

3 4 9 1 -5 1 1

1 2 /8 2

1 3 9 .3

1 3 9 .3

1 3 9 .3

-6 .1

0

A llo y s te e l a n d o th e r m e t a l s .....................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -5 1 5

1 2 /8 2

1 5 0 .6

1 5 0 .6

1 5 0 .6

-8 .2

0

3 4 9 1 -6

0 6 /9 1

1 15.1

1 1 5 .8

1 1 5 .7

1.7

-.1

p re s s u re s , a n d ty p e s ............................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -6 1 3

0 6 /9 1

3 4 9 1 -6 1 5

1 2 /8 2

(3)
1 58.1

1 3 7 .3

P o p s a fe ty v a lv e s a n d re lie f v a lv e s (m o re th a n 1 5 lb w .s .p .) .................

1 5 9 .0

(3)
1 5 8 .9

(3)
2 .6

(3)
- .1

3 4 9 1 -6 1 5 0 1

0 6 /9 1

1 1 1 .2

1 1 1 .9

1 1 1 .8

2 .9

- .1

S te a m tra p s (m o re th a n 1 5 lb w . s . p . ) ......................... ........................................

3 4 9 1 -6 1 9

1 2 /8 2

1 7 7 .2

1 7 7 .9

1 7 7 .9

3 .7

0

P o w e r a c tu a to rs (sold s e p a r a t e ly ) ..................... ....................................................

3 4 9 1 -6 2 3

0 6 /9 1

9 5 .5

9 7 .2

9 7 .2

1.9

0

3 4 9 1 -6 2 3 0 1

0 6 /9 1

9 5 .9

9 5 .9

9 5 .9

0

0

3 4 9 1 -6 2 5

0 6 /9 1

1 1 0 .8

1 1 1 .4

1 1 1 .2

1.0

-.2

3 4 9 1 -8

1 2 /8 2

1 4 5 .2

1 4 7 .4

1 4 7 .3

3 .2

-.1

3 4 9 1 -8 A

0 6 /9 1

1 0 6 .3

1 0 8 .6

1 0 8 .4

3 .8

- .2

3 4 9 1 -8 3 1

1 2 /8 2

1 5 7 .6

1 6 1 .7

1 6 1 .3

3 .8

-.2

1 1 4 .7

so le n o id , a n d r e g u la to r )........................................................................ ..................

In dustrial v a lv e s , n .e .c . .............................. .......................................... ...........................
D ia p h ra g m a n d pinch v a lv e s , including o p e ra to rs , all m e ta ls ,

Iron a n d s t e e l .................... ...........................................................................................

P n e u m a tic a c tu a tio n ................................................... ................... .........................
O th e r m e ta l v a lv e s (excl. co n tro l v a lv e s , reg u la to rs , a n d s o len o id
v a l v e s ) ................................ ........................................................................................
A u to m a tic reg u latin g a n d co n tro l v a lv e s (e x c e p t n u c le a r ) .............................
A u to m a te d co n tro l v a lv e s (d e s ig n e d fo r m o d u la tin g (throttling)
s e r v ic e ) ......................................................................... ..............................................
P n e u m a tic a c t u a t e d ..................................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -8 3 1 1

5 .4

- .1

3 4 9 1 -8 3 1 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 1 2 .8

1 1 6 .7

1 1 6 .6

5 .9

-.1

All o th e r b o d y t y p e s ..........................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -8 3 1 1 2

0 6 /9 1

1 0 3 .2

1 0 5 .5

1 0 5 .5

2 .7

0

3 4 9 1 -8 3 1 3

0 6 /9 1

1 0 9 .4

1 1 3 .0

112 .1

1 .8

- .8

R o ta ry v a lv e s ........... ...............................................................................................

0 6 /9 1

1 1 1 .2

G lo b e b o d y .................................... ......................................................................

S lid in g s te m v a lv e s ..................... .........................................................................

1 1 4 .8

B all v a l v e s ........... .................................................................................................

3 4 9 1 -8 3 1 3 3

0 6 /9 1

1 1 6 .6

4 .6

3 4 9 1 -8 3 1 3 4

0 6 /9 1

1 0 2 .2

(3)
1 0 4 .8

1 1 9 .4

B u tterfly v a l v e s .......................... ........................ ................................................

1 0 4 .8

-1 .1

0

3 4 9 1 -8 4 1

0 6 /9 1

107.1

1 0 8 .4

1 0 8 .4

4 .8

.0

3 4 9 1 -8 4 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 0 3 .2

1 0 3 .2

1 0 3 .2

2 .9

0

3 4 9 1 -8 4 1 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

1 0 3 .8

3 .0

0

3 4 9 1 -8 B

0 6 /9 1

1 1 3 .4

1 1 4 .3

1 1 4 .3

2 .3

(3)

All o th e r a c tu a tio n , including e le c tric -a c tu a te d a n d e le c trih y d ra u lic a c t u a t e d .................... ........................ ................................................
Sliding s te m v a l v e s ................................................................................................
G lo b e b o d y ................................................ .........................................................
R e g u la to r V a l v e s .......... ..................................................................................................

0

3 4 9 1 -8 7 3

1 1 4 .3

1 1 4 .3

1.4

0

1 4 6 .3

1 4 6 .6

1 6 7 .9

1 3 .4

1 4 .5

0 6 /9 1

1 0 8 .7

1 0 8 .9

1 2 4 .7

1 3 .4

1 4 .5

3 4 9 1 -9 5 6

T w o - w a y ..................................................................... ...................................................

1 1 4 .3

1 2 /8 2

3 4 9 1 -9 5

C o m m e r c ia l/In d u s tria l t y p e s ............... .......................................... ...........................

0 6 /9 1

3 4 9 1 -9

P ilot (in te rn a l a n d e x te rn a l) a c tu a te d p re s s u re r e g u la to r s ....................
S o le n o id V a lv e s , e x c e p t p o w e r tra n s fe r v a lv e s ..............................................

0 6 /9 1

1 0 9 .4

1 0 9 .8

1 0 9 .8

1 .4

0
0

3 4 9 1 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M is c e lla n e o u s re c e ip ts .................................................... ........................ .......................

3 4 9 1 -M

0 6 /9 1

1 0 4 .3

1 0 7 .4

1 0 7 .4

S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ................................................................................... .......................

3 4 9 1 -S

0 6 /9 1

1 0 7 .0

1 0 7 .3

1 0 7 .3

(3)
.8

0 6 /9 1

1 1 2 .6

1 1 3 .3

1 1 3 .8

3 .4

.4

P rim a ry p r o d u c t s ............... ......................................................................................................

3 4 9 2 -P

0 6 /9 1

1 1 0 .9

1 1 1 .6

1 1 2 .2

3 .0

.5

H yd ra u lic v a lv e s , all p re s s u re s , n o n -a e ro s p a c e t y p e .......................................

1 1 3 .8

F lu id p o w e r v a lv e s a n d h o s e fitt in g s ............................... ......................................................

3492

0

3 4 9 2 -1

0 6 /9 1

1 1 1 .6

1 1 3 .8

D ire c tio n a l c o n tro l (tw o , th re e , a n d fo u r - w a y ) ......................... ........................

3 4 9 2 -1 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 1 1 .3

(3)

(3)

(3)

<
3)

P re s s u re c o n t r o l.......... ................................................................ ...................................

3 4 9 2 -1 1 3

0 6 /9 1

1 0 9 .3

(3)
1 0 5 .0

(3)

(3)

1 1 9 .0

V o lu m e flo w c o n t r o l........................................................ .................... .........................

3 4 9 2 -1 1 5

0 6 /9 1

1 0 4 .8

(3)
1 0 5 .0

O th e r, in clu d in g lo g ic ................................ ....................................... ............................

3 4 9 2 -1 2 2

0 6 /9 1

1 1 8 .5

1 1 8 .8

P n e u m a tic v a lv e s , n o n -a e ro s p a c e t y p e ...................................................................
D ire c tio n a l c o n t r o l...........................................................................................................
S o le n o id -o p e r a te d ......................................................................................................
P re s s u re c o n t r o l........... ..................................................... ............................................
O th e r-p re s s u re c o n tro l v a lv e s ......................... ......................... .........................
O th e r, in clu d in g lo gic a n d c o m b in a tio n ...............................................................
H yd ra u lic a n d p n e u m a tic v a lv e s , a e ro s p a c e ty p e .............................................
H yd ra u lic v a lv e s , a e ro s p a c e t y p e .................... ......................................................

2 .6

(3)
1 .0

0

0
.2

3 4 9 2 -2

0 6 /9 1

1 1 0 .8

1 1 0 .0

1 1 1 .5

4 .2

3 4 9 2 -2 1 1

0 6 /9 1

1 1 1 .7

1 1 0 .5

1 1 2 .8

4 .4

2.1

3 4 9 2 -2 1 1 1 3

0 6 /9 1

1 1 4 .9

1 1 3 .3

1 1 6 .4

4 .6

2 .7

3 4 9 2 -2 3 1

0 7 /9 1

1 0 8 .8

1 0 8 .8

1 0 8 .8

4 .0

0

3 4 9 2 -2 3 1 1 5

0 7 /9 1

1 0 8 .8

1 0 8 .8

1 0 8 .8

4 .0

1.4

0

3 4 9 2 -2 7 1

0 6 /9 1

1 0 7 .0

1 0 7 .0

1 0 7 .0

1 .7

0

3 4 9 2 -3

0 6 /9 1

1 0 7 .2

1 0 7 .2

1 0 7 .4

.8

.2

3 4 9 2 -3 1

0 6 /9 1

1 0 5 .6

1 0 5 .6

1 0 5 .9

.3

.3

3 4 9 2 -4

0 6 /9 1

(3)

(3)

1 0 8 .6

(3)

(3)

3 4 9 2 -4 1

0 6 /9 1

(3)

(3)

1 0 8 .6

(3)

(3)

3 4 9 2 -4 1 4

0 6 /9 1

(3)

(3)

1 0 7 .8

(3)

(3)

3 4 9 2 -5

0 6 /9 1

1 1 2 .6

1 1 2 .9

1 1 4 .4

5 .6

1 .3

3 4 9 2 -5 1

0 6 /9 1

1 1 2 .6

1 1 2 .9

1 1 4 .4

5 .6

1 .3

3 4 9 2 -5 1 1

0 6 /9 1

117.1

117.1

1 1 8 .2

6 .6

.9

1 1 6 .5

6 .2

1.0

F ittings fo r m e ta l a n d p lastic tubing u sed in fluid p o w e r tra n s fe r
sy s te m s , n o n -a e ro s p a c e ........................................................................................
F ittin g s a n d c o u p lin g s fo r tu bing ............................................................................
M e ta l, fla re le s s ty p e .............. ....................................... .............. .............................
H yd ra u lic a n d p n e u m a tic h o s e or tu b e e n d fittings a n d a s s e m b lie s ,
n o n -a e r o s p a c e ..............................................................................................................
F ittin g s a n d c o u p lin g s fo r h o s e .

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

H yd ra u lic a n d p n e u m a tic , e x c e p t qu ick c o n n e c t ..... ..............................
P e r m a n e n t ........... .....................................................................................................

3 4 9 2 -5 1 1 0 1

0 6 /9 1

1 1 5 .3

1 1 5 .3

R e u s a b le ............... .................................................. ..................................................

3 4 9 2 -5 1 1 0 3

0 6 /9 1

1 1 9 .8

1 1 9 .8

1 2 0 .6

7.1

.7

3 4 9 2 -5 1 3

0 6 /9 1

1 0 8 .8

1 0 9 .6

1 1 2 .0

5 .0

2 .2

Q u ic k c o n n e c t ........... ...................................................................................................

S fo tn tes at e d o tab
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n f le.




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Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n a d ju s te d
In d e x
In dustry

P ro d u c t

In d e x

code

In d u s try a n d p ro d u c t1

code

p e rc e n t c h a n g e

base

to July 1 9 9 5 fro m —
M a r.

June

Ju ly

19952

19952

19952

July 1 9 9 4

June 1995

F lu id p o w e r v a lv e s a n d h o s e fittin g s— C o n tin u e d
3 4 9 2 -5 1 3 0 1

0 6 /9 1

1 0 4 .5

1 0 5 .8

1 0 6 .8

4 .6

0 .9

3 4 9 2 -5 1 7

H y d r a u lic ..................................................................................... ...................................

0 6 /9 1

1 0 2 .6

1 0 2 .6

1 0 2 .6

3.1

0

O th e r, in clu d in g s te e l a d a p to r c o n n e c to rs , sw ivel, ro tatin g , a n d
e x te n s io n f i t t i n g s ................................................................. ..................................
H y d ra u lic a n d p n e u m a tic h o s e o r tu b in g e n d fittings a n d a s s e m b lie s ,
3 4 9 2 -6

1 1 7 .9

3 .3

0

1 1 2 .9

1 1 2 .9

0

0 6 /9 1

1 0 8 .9

1 0 9 .3

1 0 9 .3

(3)
.6

0 6 /9 1

1 0 5 .0

1 0 5 .7

1 0 5 .7

1.1

0

3 4 9 2 -S

0 6 /9 1

1 2 2 .0

1 2 2 .5

1 2 2 .5

4 .7

0

0 6 /8 1

11 7 .1

1 1 7 .7

1 1 7 .3

.9

-.3

3 4 9 3 -P

0 6 /8 1

1 1 4 .9

1 1 5 .9

1 1 6 .0

1.3

.1

3 4 9 3 -1

0 6 /8 1

1 1 4 .5

1 1 5 .7

1 1 5 .7

1 .4

0

3 4 9 3 -1 2 1

0 6 /8 1

1 1 4 .6

1 1 4 .6

1 1 4 .6

0

3 4 9 3 -1 2 1 0 6

1 0 /8 2

(3)
1 2 7 .8

10 8 .1
1 2 7 .8

(3)
.2

1 1 4 .5

2 .9

0

3 4 9 2 -S M

S e c o n d a r y p ro d u c ts a n d m is c e lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...... ................................................
S e c o n d a ry p r o d u c t s ...............................................................................................................
S te e l springs, e x c e p t w i r e .................................................................................................................

1 1 7 .9

1 0 9 .4

3 4 9 2 -7

N o n - a e r o s p a c e .....................................................................................................................

1 1 4 .2

0 6 /9 1

3 4 9 2 -7 9 6

P a rts fo r fluid p o w e r v a l v e s ................................. ..............................................................

0 6 /9 1

3 4 9 2 -6 9 8

a e r o s p a c e ty p e ......................................................... .......................................................
F ittin g s fo r h o s e a n d tu b in g , n .e .c ...............................................................................

3493

P rim ary p r o d u c t s ........................................................ .................................................................
H o t fo rm e d sp rin g s .................................................................................................................
H o t fo rm e d coil sp rin g s .............................................................................