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December- 15, 1961
INDEX NUMBERS OF WHOLESALE PRICES

Department of Labor (1947-49 = 100)

SMktn

Nov,
1261
All commodities
Farm products
Processed foods
Other commodities
Textile products and apparel
Hides,, skins, & related products
Fuel and related productsr and power
Chemicals and allied products
Rubber and products
Lumber and wood products
Pulp, paper & allied products
Metals and metal products
Machinery and motive products
Furniture and other household durables
Nonmetallic mineral products
Tobacco products & bottled beverages
Miscellaneous

Oct.
1961

118.8
87.5
107.9
127.5
94.8
113.7

118.7
87.1
108.3
127.3
94.7
rll4.1
113.0
108.0
139.4
114.7
130.4
rl53.2
152.8
122.2
138.9
133.4
r 93.4

118.8
87.2
108.1
127.5
94.4
113.5
113.7
108.1
139.6
115.7
129.5
153.7
152.7
122.2
138.5
133.4
95.6

119.6
89.9
109.1
127.9
95.4
108.5

107.7
111.6
110.8
101.0
114.5
rll2.5
107.4
124.3

107.8
111.7
110.9
114.5
112.6
107.5
124.1
96.4
99.3
93.3

108.5
112.1
111.2
99.7
115.6
112.9
108.1
124.0
98.2
103.8
92.3

114 .0

107.9
138.4
114.7
129.9
152.5
152.9
122.3
138.6
133.5
97.5

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1 1 6 .1

110.1
143.6
116.9
133.1
152.3
153.0
122.6
137.9
132.0
90.6

Federal Reserve Groupings (1953-54 = 100)
All commodities
Industrial commodities
Materials
Sensitive
Other
Products
Consumer nonfoods
Producers' equipment
Foods and foodstuffs
Livestock and products
Crops and products

107.8

111.6
110.6
100.2
114.5
112.8
107.6

124.5
96.7
98.9
94.0

96.2

99.3
92.7

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Department of Agriculture (1910-14 = 100)
Prices received by farmers
Prices paid by farmers including
interest, taxes, and wage rates
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