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




U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Elizabeth Dole, Secretary

Bureau off Labor Statistics
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Producer Price Indexes
Data for October 1989
Contents
Page
Price movements, October 1989 ....................................
1
Report on quality changes for 1990
model passenger c a r s ....................................................
4

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

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

5

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

6

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

9

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

10

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

11

6. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for commodity groupings
and individual item s...................................... 139




Page
7. Producer price indexes by durability
of product......................................................... 185
186

9. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for selected telephone
services.............................................................. 187
10. Producer price indexes for material
inputs to construction industries..............

188

11. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for the net output of industry
by stage of p ro cess..................... ................ 189
12. Producer price indexes and percent
changes for net material inputs to
industry stage of process and final
dem and............................ ................................

190

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

191

Technical n o tes......................................................... 192




Scheduled Release Dates

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

December 15
January 12
February 9

February
March
April

March 16
April 13
May 11

Price Movements
October 1989

The Producer Price Index for Finished Goods moved up
0.4 percent seasonally adjusted from September to October.
The increase followed a 0.9-percent advance in September
and a 0.4-percent decline in August. The index for prices
received by domestic producers of intermediate goods showed
no change after rising 0.4 percent in the previous month and
falling 0.3 percent in August. The Crude Materials Price In­
dex was also unchanged in October; this index had climbed
1.1 percent in September and had decreased 1.9 percent a
month before that. (See table A.)
Among finished goods, prices for consumer foods advanced
substantially following declines in 3 of the 4 immediately
preceding months. In contrast, the index for energy goods
edged up only slightly after a sharp September advance. The
index for finished goods other than foods and energy inched
up following a much larger increase in September; the motor
vehicles price index turned down after seasonal adjustment
and was a major influence behind this deceleration.
Before seasonal adjustment, the Producer Price Index for
Finished Goods moved up 1.1 percent in October to 114.8
(1982 = 100).
From October 1988 to October 1989, the Finished Goods
Price Index rose 4.9 percent, the Intermediate Goods Price

Index moved up 3.4 percent, and the Crude Goods Price In­
dex increased 6.2 percent. During this same period, finished
consumer food prices rose 4.3 percent; however, in­
termediate foods and feeds were down 2.0 percent, and the
index for crude foodstuffs and feedstuffs decreased 4.2 per­
cent. Indexes for both finished and intermediate energy goods
advanced more than 11 percent in the 12 months ended in
October 1989, and crude energy materials were up 21.0 per­
cent. The index for finished goods other than foods and
energy advanced 4.3 percent over the year, and correspond­
ing indexes for intermediate and crude goods increased 2.6
and 3.0 percent, respectively.
Finished goods

Finished consumer goods. The Producer Price Index for
finished consumer goods increased 0.6 percent seasonally
adjusted in October following a 0.9-percent advance a month
earlier. Prices for finished energy goods were up 0.2 per­
cent after rising sharply in September (6.5 percent). Prices
turned down for home heating oil and natural gas, and
gasoline prices rose much less than in the preceding month.
The consumer foods index turned up 1.4 percent in October

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

1

Finished goods

Month
Total

Foods

Energy

Except foods
and energy

Change in
finished goods
from 12 months
ago (unadjusted)

Intermediate
goods

Crude
goods

1988:
O cto ber.................................................
N ovem ber.............................................
D ecem ber.............................................

0.1
.3
.4

0.1
.3
.1

0
.8
-.5

0.1
.2
.6

3.0
3.3
4.0

0
.4
.5

-0.5
-1.9
3.2

1989
January.................................................
F e bru ary...............................................
M a rc h ...................................................
A p ril................. ......................................
M a y ........................................................
June .....................................................
J u ly ........................................................
A ugust...................................................
September ....................................
O cto ber.................................................

1.1
.9
.4
.4
.9
.1
-.6
-.4
.9
.4

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

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

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

4.5
5.3
5.5
5.6
6.2
6.1
5.0
4.2
4.5
4.9

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

4.1
-.3
2.2
.8
.4
-1.6
0
-1.9
1.1
0

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




and elsewhere in this periodical may differ from those previously published,

1

Table B. Monthly and annual percent changes in selected prices for intermediate goods and crude goods, seasonally adjusted 1
Crude goods

Intermediate goods

Month

Except foods
and energy

Change in
intermediate
goods from
12 months ago
(unadjusted)

Foods

Energy
(unadjusted)

Except foods
and energy

Change in
crude goods
from 12
months ago
(unadjusted)

Foods

Energy

1988:
O ctober...........................................
N ovem ber.......................................
D ecem ber.......................................

-0.2
-1.7
-.8

-2.8
-1.0
1.2

0.4
.7
.5

5.3
5.3
5.6

0.3
-4.1
1.8

-2.2
-.6
5.9

0.2
1.6
1.2

0.6
-.2
3.1

1989
January...........................................
F e bru ary.........................................
M a rc h .............................................
April ...............................................
M a y .................................................
J u n e ...............................................
J u ly .................................................
August.............................................
September ....................................
O cto ber...........................................

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

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

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

6.1
6.4
6.5
6.4
6.0
4.9
4.1
3.4
3.4
3.4

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

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

2.5
-.5
.4
-.3
-.6
-1.5
-1.6
1.2
.3
.3

8.2
6.9
9.7
9.2
9.2
6.3
6.6
4.2
5.5
6.2

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

after moving down 0.6 percent in the previous month. Prices
advanced following decreases in September for fresh fruits
and vegetables, pork, soft drinks, fish, and processed
turkeys. Prices rose more than the month earlier for dairy
products. Prices for beef and veal fell but considerably less
than in September. In contrast, prices turned down after ris­
ing in the previous month for processed chickens, roasted
coffee, and shortening and cooking oils.
After rising 0.6 percent in September, the index for con­
sumer goods other than foods and energy inched up 0.2 per­
cent. The passenger car index, which reflects the introduc­
tion of 1990 model-year vehicles into the p p i sample, fell
1.4 percent after seasonal adjustment following a 3.8-percent
climb in the previous month. Before seasonal adjustment,
the automobile index rose 8.3 percent from September to
October and was 1.6 percent higher than in October 1988.
(See “Report on Quality Changes for 1990 Model Passenger
Cars,” on page 4). Other October declines among consumer
goods included floor coverings, household glassware, and
household flatware. Substantial increases were recorded,
however, for sanitary papers and tobacco products.

Intermediate goods

The Producer Price Index for Intermediate Materials, Sup­
plies, and Components registered no movement on a
seasonally adjusted basis following a rise of 0.4 percent in
September. Continued decreases for several manufacturing
materials balanced an advance in the construction materials
sector. (See table B.)
For the fifth consecutive month, the index for nondurable
manufacturing materials showed a downward movement,
declining 0.4 percent. Prices continued to fall for plastic
resins and materials and for paper; fertilizer material prices
also receded. Notable increases did occur, however, for
stemmed and redried tobacco, paint materials, and inedible
fats and oils.
Following an upturn in September, the durable manufac­
turing materials index eased down 0.2 percent, resuming the
downward course that had begun this past spring. Declines
were noted for copper and brass mill shapes, aluminum mill
shapes, and zinc. Primary copper prices rose, but much less
than in either of the 2 previous months. Precious metals turned
up after falling in September, however.
The construction materials and components index moved
up 0.3 percent, about the same as the month before. Plywood
prices surged 9.0 percent, more than in any other month since
April 1974; this advance left plywood prices 22.1 percent
higher than a year earlier. Increases were also registered for
nonferrous wire and cable and for softwood lumber, but
plastic construction products declined sharply for the second
time in the last 3 months.
In spite of increases for all major types of petroleum fuels,
the intermediate energy index edged down 0.1 percent because

Capital equipment. After rising 1.0 percent in September,
the Producer Price Index for capital equipment moved down
0.3 percent. Price increases slowed markedly for motor
trucks, and the passenger car index declined after seasonal
adjustment. Prices turned down for printing trades machinery
and agricultural machinery. In contrast, prices rose after
showing little or no change in September for metal cutting
machine tools and photographic equipment. Prices turned up
for communications equipment and electromedical
equipment.




and elsewhere in this periodical may differ from those previously published,

2

of a 1.9-percent decline in the index for electric power. The
intermediate foods and feeds index fell 0.8 percent, led by
decreases for feeds, corn sweeteners, crude vegetable oils,
and flour. In other categories, higher prices were recorded
for metal containers, hardware, and aircraft and aerospace
fasteners, while declines took place for mixed fertilizers.

(18.2 and 10.0 percent). Prices decreased moderately for cat­
tle, corn, and wheat. Live turkey prices also fell. In con­
trast, prices jumped sharply for hogs and fresh vegetables.
Other advances were recorded for fluid milk, fresh fruits,
unprocessed fish, and lambs.

Crude goods

Net output price indexes for mining and manufactur­
ing industries

After rising 1.1 percent in September, the Producer Price
Index for Crude Materials for Further Processing showed no
change for October, seasonally adjusted. Crude energy price
advances decelerated sharply from September to October.
Basic industrial materials registered the same increase as in
the previous month, while foodstuff prices continued to fall.
(See table B.)
The index for crude energy materials rose 0.5 percent after
advancing 3.5 percent in September. The natural gas index
turned down following an increase in the preceding month,
and crude petroleum advances slowed. Coal prices rose
moderately.
The index for crude nonfood materials other than energy
moved up 0.3 percent for the second consecutive month.
Substantial increases were noted for softwood logs and cop­
per base scrap. Prices advanced moderately for nonferrous
metal ores, raw cotton, and lead scrap. In contrast, ferrous
scrap and leaf tobacco prices decreased considerably. Prices
also fell for aluminum base scrap, wastepaper, and cattle hides.
The crude foodstuffs and feedstuffs index fell 0.6 percent
after declining 0.8 percent in September. The most marked
declines in prices were observed for chickens and soybeans




The Producer Price Index for the net output of total
manufacturing industries rose 0.8 percent from September
to October. (Net output price indexes are not seasonally ad­
justed.) The October advance was led by a 3.5-percent jump
in the index for the transportation equipment industry group.
The index for the petroleum refining industry group moved
up 2.2 percent over the month, and lumber and wood pro­
ducts increased 1.1 percent. None of the other manufactur­
ing industry groups rose more than 0.5 percent in October.
From October 1988 to October 1989, the index for the net
output of the domestic manufacturing sector moved up 4.8
percent, led by advances of nearly 20 percent for petroleum
refining and more than 14 percent for tobacco manufactures;
most other manufacturing groups rose less than 5 percent
over the year.
The index for the net output of total mining industries moved
down 0.5 percent in October, chiefly because of a 0.8-percent
drop for oil and gas extraction. In contrast, the metal mining
industry group index climbed 1.6 percent. Over the 12
months ended in October 1989, the domestic mining sector
index increased 10.6 percent.

3

Report on Quality Changes for 1990
Model Passenger Cars

The value of quality changes for the sample of 1990 model
domestic passenger cars included in the Producer Price In­
dex for October averaged $180.74. This change represents
about 26.0 percent of the average $694.54 yearly increase
in producers’ prices.
The retail equivalent value of these quality changes averaged
$216.40, representing about 26.9 percent of the average in­
crease in manufacturers’ suggested list prices of $804.91.
The $216.40 estimated retail level of quality change breaks
down as follows:

Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 208, passive restraints;
• $38.49 for other quality changes, such as variations in the
levels of standard or optional equipment, changes in
powertrains, and corrosion protection.
Estimates of the value of quality change are based on a
review by the BLS of data supplied by automobile producers
for 17 similarly equipped 1989 and 1990 model domestic cars
priced in the Producer Price Index. Most of the estimates of
quality changes in this report are derived from information
supplied for the Producer Price Index for October.

• $177.91 for changes in accordance with Federal Motor




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

Grouping

Relative
importance
Dec.
19881

Unadjusted index

Unadjusted
percent change to
Oct. 1989 from :

Seasonally adjusted
percent change from:

June
19892

Sep.
19892

Oct.
19892

Oct.
1988

Sep.
1989

July
to
Aug.

Aug.
to
Sep.

Sep.
to
Oct.

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

100.000
74.224
25.831
1.826
24.006
48.393
32.791
15.602
25.776
6.793
18.983

114.3
113.1
118.6
119.0
118.5
110.4
106.0
117.5
118.8
120.2
118.2

113.5
112.1
118.5
109.5
119.1
109.0
104.4
116.7
118.8
120.7
118.0

114.8
113.3
119.5
120.3
119.3
110.3
104.8
120.1
120.3
121.6
119.8

4.9
5.3
4.3
3.9
4.3
6.0
7.3
3.2
3.7
3.8
3.6

1.1
1.1
.8
9.9
.2
1.2
.4
2.9
1.3
.7
1.5

-0.4
-.5
.3
-1.2
.5
-1.0
-1.6
.3
.3
.3
.3

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

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

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

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

112.7
118.4
112.4
119.5
123.6
116.4
121.5
79.3
81.4
78.0
125.6
118.1
120.1
117.1
112.3
117.6

112.4
117.8
114.0
117.4
122.7
116.9
121.8
78.6
80.6
77.3
126.5
118.4
120.4
117.5
112.4
118.0

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

3.4
2.1
4.6
.9
.9
3.2
4.0
11.6
10.0
12.6
3.7
2.0
3.3
1.1
-13.1
3.6

-.1
.1
-.6
-.3
.2
.2
.3
-1.0
-1.4
-.6
.3
-.1
.1
-.3
-2.8
.2

-.3
-.1
1.2
-.4
-.6
.2
.1
-2.2
-2.0
-2.1
-.2
-.1
.2
-.1
-2.7
.3

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

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

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

100.000
43.698
56.302
39.758
36.687
3.071
16.544
8.396
8.147

104.1
111.7
94.7
97.3
92.6
136.5
86.1
84.8
87.6

102.0
108.3
93.5
95.8
90.8
140.5
85.6
84.2
87.3

101.8
107.2
93.9
97.0
91.9
143.2
84.1
82.4
86.1

6.2
-4.2
14.7
20.5
20.9
13.4
1.4
1.7
1.3

-.2
-1.0
.4
1.3
1.2
1.9
-1.8
-2.1
-1.4

-1.9
1.7
-4.3
-5.4
-5.2
2.0
-3.5
-4.1
-2.8

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

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

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

6 74.169
7 94.769
7 5.231
9 54.423

112.8
112.7
112.9
94.2

111.9
112.3
114.0
92.8

113.3
112.3
112.4
93.2

5.2
3.7
-2.0
14.6

1.3
0
-1.4
.4

-.5
-.3
-.2
-4.4

1.4
.4
.2
2.5

0
.1
-.8
.4

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

6 8.805
6 91.195
6 65.419

70.2
121.2
122.1

65.7
121.2
122.1

65.7
122.7
123.5

11.9
4.2
4.4

0
1.2
1.1

-7.3
.4
.4

6.5
.3
.1

.2
.5
.7

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

6 65.364
6 39.588
6 23.986

122.1
124.1
129.0

122.2
124.2
129.7

123.9
126.0
130.4

4.3
4.6
5.5

1.4
1.4
.5

.5
.5
.7

.7
.6
-.1

.1
.2
.7

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

7 11.310
7 88.690
7 83.459

78.9
119.7
120.5

78.2
119.5
120.1

77.4
119.6
120.3

11.5
2.4
2.6

-1.0
.1
.2

-2.1
0
-.1

2.7
.1
.1

-.1
0
.1

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

9 36.811
9 63.189
9 19.491

77.5
118.0
137.9

76.2
115.4
137.2

76.6
114.6
137.4

21.0
-2.1
3.0

.5
-.7
.1

-6.7
1.5
1.2

3.5
-.4
.3

.5
-.3
.3

Special groupings

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

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




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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 Oct. 1989
from:

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Commodity
code
June
19891

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

114.3

Sep.
19891

113.5

Oct.
19891

114.8

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from:

Oct.
1988

Sep.
1989

July
to
Aug.

Aug.
to
Sep.

Sep.
to
Oct.

4.9

1.1

-0 .4

0.9

0.4

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

113.1

112.1

113.3

5.3

1.1

-.5

.9

.6

Finished consumer f o o d s .......................................................................

118.6

118.5

119.5

4.3

.8

.3

-.6

1.4

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

01-11
01-13
01-7

115.4
128.9
104.8

107.7
96.1
124.6

113.3
110.0
124.3

1.3
-1 .7
15.7

5.2
14.5
-.2

-3 .6
-2 .3
3.9

-2 .6
-16.1
1.7

4.9
18.9
-.2

Bakery p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................................................
Milled r i c e ..................................
Pasta products (June 1985 = 100)2 ........................................................................................
Beef and v e a l...........................
P o r k .............................................
Processed young chickens ......................................................................................................
Processed turkeys2 ....................................................................................................................
F is h ....................
Dairy products .
02-3
Processed fruits and vegetables2 ..........................................................................................
Confectionery end p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................
S oft drinks2 ......
Roasted coffee
Shortening and cooking oils ...................................................................................................

02-11
02-13
02-14-02
02-21-01
02-21-04
02-22-03
02-22-06
02-23

134.8
104.9
111.8
107.5
97.5
135.8
119.6
134.8
106.4
120.5
137.8
117.4
119.7
116.7

137.8
106.3
113.2
107.6
99.3
121.8
103.6
137.7
112.9
120.9
137.6
115.8
114.5
115.5

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

6.1
-1 .9
-1 .2
2.6
15.7
-1 0 .2
-1 5 .0
-.5
11.1
3.2
1.6
1.6
-1 .6
-5 .2

.1
-.1
-.4
-2 .3
2.9
-9 .6
4.3
6.5
3.2
-.6
-.1
1.5
-1 .8
-.8

1.1
-1 .0
1.6
4.4
.7
-7 .3
-2 .2
2.1
2.5
.2
-.2
-1.1
-2 .4
-.8

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

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

110.4

109.0

110.3

6.0

02-4
02-55
02-62
02-63-01
02-76

Finished consumer goo d s excluding f o o d s ...............................................

1.2

-1 .0

1.6

.3

A lcoholic beverages2 .................................................................................................................

02-61

116.8

114.2

114.5

2.0

.3

.3

-2 .6

.3

W om en’s apparel .......................................................................................................................
M en’s and boys’ a p p a re l..........................................................................................................
Girls’, children’s, and infants’ apparel ..................................................................................
Textile housefurnishings2 ..........................................................................................................

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

112.9
116.4
110.3
106.2

113.8
117.7
110.8
107.5

114.2
117.9
110.3
107.7

1.5
3.3
2.4
3.0

.4
.2
-.5
.2

.4
.7
1.4
0

.4
.2
.2
.7

.5
.2
-.5
.2

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

04-3

119.9

122.2

122.6

5.3

.3

1.0

.1

.5

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

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

83.2
74.9
52.3

82.4
64.9
59.1

80.3
65.3
62.5

2.2
16.4
49.5

-2.5
.6
5.8

-5 .0
-12.1
-2.1

3.4
10.6
16.3

-2.5
2.3
-.5

Pharmaceutical preps, ethical (P rescription).......................................................................
Pharmaceutical preps,proprietary (O ver-counter)..............................................................
Soaps and synthetic detergents2 ...........................................................................................
Cosmetics and other toilet p re p a ra tio n s ..............................................................................

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

183.4
152.2
121.1
118.7

187.2
153.1
120.5
119.7

188.6
153.1
120.1
120.3

9.3
3.8
2.7
3.4

.7
0
-.3
.5

2.2
.5
.1
1.5

-.6
.1
.1
-.8

.7
-.7
-.3
.9

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

07-12

98.0

97.4

97.3

2.9

-.1

.1

.1

0

Sanitary papers and health p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................
Newspaper circulation ..............................................................................................................
Periodical circulation ..............
Book publishing2 ......................

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

125.6
136.2
142.3
145.2

126.7
136.1
144.4
146.1

132.9
136.8
144.3
146.4

13.2
2.5
3.6
5.9

4.9
.5
-.1
.2

.3
.1
.9
.3

.6
0
.6
.1

4.9
.4
.3
.2

Household fu rn itu re ....................................................................................................................
Floor c o v e rin g s ............................................................................................................................
Household appliances
Home electronic equipment
Household g la s s w a re .................................................................................................................
Household flatw are ....
Lawn and garden equip., ex. tra c to rs ...................................................................................

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

121.7
117.9
108.5
88.4
137.8
124.0
119.1

122.5
118.8
109.9
87.3
138.4
128.7
120.6

123.2
117.0
109.9
87.2
137.6
128.7
121.5

3.9
.4
3.7
.7
7.1
13.4
3.8

.6
-1 .5
0
-.1
-.6
0
.7

.2
1.5
.4
0
-1.1
2.0
1.3

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

.6
-1.5
.1
-.3
-.8
-1 .2
.8

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

14-11-01

115.1

111.5

120.7

1.6

8.3

.5

3.8

-1 .4

Toys, games, and children’s v e h ic le s ...................................................................................
Sporting and athletic g o o d s .....................................................................................................
Tobacco p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................................................
Mobile hom es2 .........................
Jewelry, platinum, & karat gold2
Costume jewelry and novelties2

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

116.0
109.6
196.8
113.9
116.7
122.5

115.8
110.4
198.7
115.1
118.0
123.2

116.1
110.7
200.7
114.7
118.9
123.6

4.3
4.0
14.3
3.6
1.2
4.3

.3
.3
1.0
-.3
.8
.3

.2
.2
1.8
.3
1.1
-.1

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

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

118.8

118.8

120.3

3.7

1.3

.3

1.0

-.3

117.6
117.6
122.7
117.6
114.0
115.4
112.0
123.8
129.3
123.3
118.3
104.4
110.7

117.9
118.3
123.6
119.7
114.6
115.9
112.6
125.7
129.7
124.3
118.8
105.2
110.2

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

3.9
5.4
4.5
5.4
2.4
5.4
4.0
4.0
5.4
1.7
9.2
2.3
0

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

.4
.1
.2
1.4
.4
.4
.3
1.1
0
.2
.1
.5
0

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

-.2
.3
1.3
.2
0
.4
.4
-.1
.2
-1.0
.5
.2
.6

Capital equipment ...................................................................................
Agricultural machinery and equipment .................................................................................
Construction machinery and e q u ip m e n t...............................................................................
M etal cutting machine t o o ls .............
M etal forming machine tools ...........
Tools, dies, jigs, fixtures, and ind. m olds2 ..........................................................................
Pumps, compressors, and equipment
Industrial material handling equipment2 ...............................................................................
Textile machinery .......................................................................................................................
Paper industries machinery (June 1982 —100)2 .................................................................
Printing trades machinery2 .......................................................................................................
Transform ers and power re g u la to rs ......................................................................................
Communication & related equip. (Dec. 1 9 8 5 - 1 0 0 )2 ........................................................
X-ray and electromedical equipment2 ...................................................................................

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

See footnotes at end of table.




6

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

Unadjusted index
Grouping

Commodity
code
June
19891

Sep.
19891

Oct.
19891

Seasonally adjusted percent
change from:

Oct.
1988

Sep.
1989

July
to
Aug.

Aug.
to
Sep.

Sep.
to
Oct.

3.0
5.7
1.6

0.2
.3
-.3

0.8
.3
0

0.5
.3
0

0.2
.2
-.3

Capital equipment— Continued
Oil field and gas field machinery2 ..........................................................................................
Mining machinery and equipment .........................................................................................
O ffice and store machines and equipm ent2 .......................................................................

11-91
11-92
11-93

98.6
116.4
107.9

100.3
117.0
109.8

100.5
117.3
109.5

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

12-2

128.6

130.1

130.2

3.6

.1

.7

.2

.1

Light m otor trucks ......................................................................................................................
Heavy m otor tru c k s ....................................................................................................................
Truck trailers2 ...............................................................................................................................
Civilian aircraft (Dec. 1985 = 100)2 ........................................................................................
Ships (Dec. 1985 = 100)2 ..........................................................................................................
Railroad e q u ip m e n t....................................................................................................................

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

128.6
117.1
111.9
108.6
107.8
114.3

123.6
114.8
110.6
108.9
108.0
114.7

136.1
119.1
110.4
109.2
108.0
115.0

4.2
1.7
1.4
3.3
5.8
5.7

10.1
3.7
-.2
.3
0
.3

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

3.5
1.9
.1
.2
0
.3

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

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

15-41

Intermediate foods and feeds .............................................................
F lo u r ...............................................................................................................................................
Refined sugar2 ............
Confectionery materials
Crude vegetable oils ..
Prepared anim al feeds

93.8

93.8

94.9

3.3

1.2

0

0

1.2

112.7

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

112.4

112.3

3.4

-.1

-.3

.4

0

112.9

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

114.0

112.4

-2.0

-1 .4

-.2

.2

-.8

116.8
117.6
101.8
103.2
114.9

113.3
121.1
102.7
99.5
115.4

112.4
120.6
95.9
94.1
112.5

-1 .9
7.4
2.3
-1 8 .2
-1 0 .4

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

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

-1.5
2.2
-.8
7.8
.5

-2.3
-.4
-5 .0
-5.1
-2 .0

112.7

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

112.3

112.3

3.7

0

-.3

.4

.1

7.3
2.9
1.6
3.8

.1
.2
.4
-.1

.1
-.1
.8
.1

-.6
.2
-.2
.4

.1
.2
.3
-.1

Synthetic fibers2 ..........................................................................................................................
Processed yarns and th re a d s .................................................................................................
Gray fa b ric s ..................................................................................................................................
Finished fa b ric s ...........................................................................................................................

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

106.2
110.5
114.5
113.8

106.6
111.2
115.5
114.4

106.7
111.4
116.0
114.3

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

04-2

168.0

172.3

174.0

1.9

1.0

.7

1.6

1.1

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

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

53.3
119.3
56.0
54.0
51.2

49.3
120.7
58.3
59.5
46.8

51.1
115.2
61.1
65.4
48.2

7.1
2.1
28.6
53.5
24.2

3.7
-4 .6
4.8
9.9
3.0

.2
-.3
1.3
-.7
-1 .4

-3.3
.3
3.2
11.5
-5 .2

.8
-1 .9
2.9
3.8
2.0

Industrial c h e m ic a ls ....................................................................................................................
Prepared paint2 ........................
Paint m a te ria ls .........................
Medicinal and botanical chem icals2 ......................................................................................
Fats and oils, in e d ib le ............
Mixed fe rtiliz e rs ...........................................................................................................................
N itro g e n a te s ................
Phosphates .................
O ther agricultural chem icals ...................................................................................................
Plastic resins and m a te ria ls ....................................................................................................

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

115.6
119.2
133.8
102.0
99.2
106.6
95.6
108.1
115.7
138.0

112.6
120.8
127.1
100.0
86.7
104.9
83.0
104.3
116.5
129.2

112.4
120.6
128.1
100.8
94.0
103.4
80.3
100.7
116.7
126.9

.9
5.8
7.6
3.0
-12.3
-1 .8
-16.0
-3.1
8.1
-9 .2

-.2
-.2
.8
.8
8.4
-1.4
-3 .3
-3 .5
.2
-1 .8

.1
.2
-4 .0
-1 .9
-7 .2
.4
-2 .2
-3.1
-.1
-3 .3

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

0
-.2
1.5
.8
6.4
-1 .4
-2 .2
-2 .2
.3
-1 .6

Synthetic rubber .........................................................................................................................
Plastic construction p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................
Unsupported plastic film, sheet, & other sh a p e s 2 ..........................................................
Plastic parts and com ponents for m anufacturing2 ............................................................

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

108.5
119.9
120.8
110.8

106.2
118.8
119.7
110.7

106.3
117.6
120.7
111.0

-3 .5
-4 .7
5.1
.7

.1
-1 .0
.8
.3

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

-.7
.1
0
.2

.5
-1.5
.8
.3

Softwood lumber ........................................................................................................................
Hardwood lumber
M illw o rk ............
Plywood ........................................................................................................................................

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

131.5
128.6
128.3
113.4

128.4
127.8
128.0
117.0

129.3
128.2
128.1
125.9

9.3
.1
3.9
22.1

.7
.3
.1
7.6

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

-1.1
1.1
.1
.2

1.9
.5
.3
9.0

W oodpulp2 ....................................................................................................................................
P a p e r..............................................................................................................................................
P a p e rb o a rd ...................................................................................................................................
Paper boxes and c o n ta in e rs ....................................................................................................
Building paper and b o a rd .........................................................................................................
Commercial printing (June 1 9 8 2 - 1 0 0 )2 ..............................................................................

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

158.4
130.7
141.0
130.1
115.8
124.9

159.5
129.1
140.3
131.1
116.7
125.9

160.8
128.6
140.0
131.0
117.3
126.2

12.1
1.3
2.6
4.1
4.3
4.5

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

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

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

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

Foundry and forge shop p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................
Steel mill products
................................................................................................................
Primary nonferrous metals
Aluminum mill shapes2
Copper and brass mill s h a p e s ................................................................................................
Nonferrous wire and c a b le .......................................................................................................
Metal containers
Hardware .....................
Plumbing fixtures and brass fittin g s ......................................................................................
Heating equipment .....................................................................................................................
Fabricated structural metal products2 ...................................................................................

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

114.8
114.9
146.9
137.4
174.5
144.1
111.5
119.9
137.7
124.3
120.5

115.3
114.2
141.7
133.1
189.1
146.4
113.0
121.0
139.5
128.1
120.6

115.2
114.4
142.6
132.8
189.7
149.1
115.0
122.1
139.6
128.0
120.9

3.8
1.0
-6 .9
-3 .6
13.1
11.9
3.5
5.6
6.1
6.2
3.8

-.1
.2
.6
-.2
.3
1.8
1.8
.9
.1
-.1
.2

.4
-.7
-2.5
-1.2
3.6
1.6
-.3
-.1
.7
.3
-.1

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

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

Mechanical power transm ission equipm ent2 ......................................................................
Air conditioning and refrigeration equipment2 ....................................................................
Metal valves, ex.fluid power (Dec. 1982 = 100)2 ...............................................................

11-45
11-48
11-49-02

120.8
119.0
120.9

121.5
119.4
121.3

121.9
119.5
122.0

4.0
4.5
5.7

.3
.1
.6

.2
.2
.1

.1
.2
0

.3
.1
.6

See footnotes at end of table.




7

Table 2. Producer price indexes and percent changes for selected commodity groupings by stage of processing— Continued
(1982 = 100 u nless o th e rw ise indicated)
U nad ju sted p e rcen t
ch a n g e to O ct. 1989
from :

U n ad ju sted in dex
G rouping

Co m m o d ity
code
June
19891

Sep.
1 98 9 1

O ct.
19891

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

Oct.
1988

Sep.
1989

July
to
Aug.

Aug.
to
Sep.

Sep.
to
Oct.

Intermediate materials less foods and feeds— Continued
B all and ro lle r b ea rin g s ..................................................................................................................
W iring d e v ic e s ....................................................................................................................................
M o tors, g en erato rs, m o to r g e n e ra to r s e t s ..............................................................................
S w itchgear, sw itchboard, etc., e qu ip m e nt2 .........................................................................
E le ctro n ic c o m p o n e n ts a nd a cce sso rie s .................................................................................
Inte rn al co m b u stio n e n g in e s .........................................................................................................
M a ch ine sh op p ro d u cts2 .................................................................................................................

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

124.5
130.5
129.0
119.3
119.6
113.7
121.8

125.5
129.6
130.0
119.2
119.6
116.0
122.2

125.5
130.3
129.9
119.4
119.6
116.4
122.4

6.2
3.6
4.2
4.0
1.1
3.6
4.3

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

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

0.9
-.2
.3
0
.1
.6
.3

0.2
.5
0
.2
0
.7
.2

F la t g la ss2 ............................................................................................................................................
C e m e n t2 ................................................................................................................................................
C o n cre te p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................................................
A sp h a lt fe lts and c o a tin g s .............................................................................................................
G ypsum p ro d u cts2 ............................................................................................................................
G la ss c o n ta in e rs ................................................................................................................................

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

109.4
102.2
111.2
95.9
110.4
115.9

109.9
102.7
111.4
95.7
109.1
116.3

109.2
102.8
111.5
96.1
110.2
115.9

-1 .0
1.1
1.5
-1 .0
-3 .0
3.2

-.6
.1
.1
.4
1.0
-.3

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

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

-.6
.1
.3
-.1
1.0
-.1

M o to r ve hicle p arts ..........................................................................................................................
A irc ra ft e ng in es & eng in e p arts (Dec. 1985 = 100) 2 ..........................................................
A irc ra ft parts & aux.e qu ip .,n ec (June 1985 = 100) * ...........................................................

14-12
14-23
14-25

109.6
106.4
114.3

109.7
107.4
114.6

109.8
107.8
114.6

1.8
4.1
2.8

.1
.4
0

.4
.8
0

.2
-.1
-.1

.2
.4
0

P ho tog ra ph ic s u p p lie s .....................................................................................................................

15-42

123.3

124.7

124.5

7.4

-.2

.1

.5

-.2

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

104.1

102.0

101.8

6.2

-.2

-1 .9

1.1

0

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

111.7

108.3

107.2

-4 .2

-1 .0

1.7

-.8

-.6

W h e a t .....................................................................................................................................................
C o r n ........................................................................................................................................................
C a t tle ......................................................................................................................................................
H o g s .......................................................................................................................................................
L ive ch icke n s:b ro ile rs a nd f r y e r s .................................................................................................
Live t u r k e y s .........................................................................................................................................
Fluid m ilk ..............................................................................................................................................
S oyb e an s ..............................................................................................................................................

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

107.6
103.1
113.2
81.6
153.0
133.2
91.0
117.8

106.4
94.7
111.5
75.4
142.0
110.8
100.7
104.6

106.2
91.8
110.1
83.5
106.3
118.9
105.1
92.3

-1 .8
-1 9 .8
.2
11.3
-2 2 .0
-2 4 .7
11.5
-2 9 .9

-.2
-3.1
-1 .3
10.7
-25 .1
7.3
4.4
-1 1 .8

5.0
1.1
4.2
.7
-6 .2
-1 2 .9
2.7
-6 .9

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

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

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

02-52-01-01

115.4

119.0

117.8

6.4

-1 .0

.9

1.3

-.1

94.7

93.5

93.9

14.7

.4

-4 .3

2.4

.5

2.8
-2.1

5.0
-2 .0

-2 .5
.3

2.8
-2 .0

Crude nonfood materials....................................................................
R aw c o tto n 2 ........................................................................................................................................
Leaf to b a c c o .......................................................................................................................................

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

108.4
93.7

112.3
97.0

115.4
95.0

34.0
2.0

C attle h id e s .........................................................................................................................................

04-11

211.0

217.3

218.7

12.8

.6

-1 .3

2.5

-1 .3

C o al2 .......................................................................................................................................................
N atural gas2 ........................................................................................................................................
C rude p etro le um 2 ..............................................................................................................................

05-1
05-31
05-61

94.9
83.2
58.3

96.5
82.4
56.3

96.9
80.3
57.6

1.5
2.2
46.6

.4
-2 .5
2.3

.2
-5 .0
-1 0 .5

-.1
3.4
5.0

.4
-2 .5
2.3

Logs, tim ber, e tc.2 .............................................................................................................................

08-5

131.1

137.1

141.4

21.1

3.1

2.9

-.1

3.1

W a step a pe r2 ........................................................................................................................................

09-12

157.1

160.1

158.3

-1 1 .5

-1.1

1.3

1.8

-1.1

Iron o re 2 ................................................................................................................................................
Iron and steel s c r a p .........................................................................................................................
N o nfe rro u s m etal o res (D ec. 1983 = 100)2 .............................................................................
C o pper base s c r a p ...........................................................................................................................
A lum inum base scrap .....................................................................................................................

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

82.8
177.8
102.0
171.9
212.8

82.8
163.6
107.0
183.2
188.0

82.8
158.2
109.3
191.4
179.9

0
-1 3 .2
- .2
17.9
-1 9 .7

0
-3 .3
2.1
4.5
-4 .3

0
-4.1
7.2
8.5
-5 .6

0
-1 .9
3.8
4.5
1.6

0
-4 .0
2.1
5.0
-1 .4

C o nstruction sand, gravel, and crushed s to n e ......................................................................

13-21

123.1

123.5

123.4

2.0

-.1

.1

.5

.1

1 All data are su bje ct to revision 4 m o n th s a fte r original publication.
2 N ot se aso na lly adjusted.




3 N ot available.

Table 3. Producer price indexes for selected stage-of-processing groupings, seasonally adjusted
(1982 = 100)
Index
Y ear
and
m onth

Finished
goo ds

Finished
co nsu m e r
foo d s

Finished
co nsu m e r
goo ds
exclud in g
fo o d s

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

98.5
98.1
97.4
97,8
98.1
97.1
97.1
96.0
96.0
96.1
95.4
95.1

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

111.1
112.1
112.6
113.1
114.1
114.2
113.5
113.1
114.1
114.6

116.7
117.8
118.8
118.1
119.1
118.4
118.3
118.7
118.0
119.6

106.0
107.1
107.5
109.0
110.1
110.2
109.1
108.0
109.7
110.0

116.9
117.4
117.5
117.4
118.2
118.8
118.7
119.0
120.2
119.8

110.8
111.3
111.9
112.5
112.7
112.4
112.2
111.9
112.3
112.3

115.2
114.8
116.7
114.9
113.6
112.0
113.6
113.4
113.6
112.7

110.5
111.1
111.7
112.4
112.6
112.5
112.1
111.8
112.2
112.3

101.8
101.5
103.7
104.5
104.9
103.2
103.2
101.2
102.3
102.3

113.3
111.7
115.2
112.1
112.1
109.7
108.2
110.0
109.1
108.4

90.2
90.7
92.1
95.1
95.8
94.7
95.4
91.3
93.5
94.0

C apital
e qu ip m e nt

Inte rm e d iate
m aterials

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

Inte rm e d iate
m a terials
excluding
fo o d s

Crude
m a terials

Crude
fo o d stu ffs
and
fe e d stu ffs

Crude
n on foo d
m aterials

1985:
F e b ru a ry .................................
M a r c h ......................................
April .........................................

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

a fte r orig in al p ublication.

NO TE: D ata fo r June 1989 have been revised to re fle ct th e availab ility of late
re p orts and c o rre ctio n s by resp on de n ts. A ll d ata are su bje ct to revision 4 m o n th s




9

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

Index
Industry
co de

In d u stry1

Index
June
19892

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

Sep.
198 9 2

O ct.
1 9892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

1 2 /8 4

77.4

76.4

76.0

10.6

-0 .5

1 2 /8 4

96.0

98.2

99.8

-1 .6

1.6

11

1 2 /8 5

102.4

102.6

103.0

3.1

.4

12

1 2 /8 5

94.0

94.7

94.9

.5

.2

Oil and gas e x tr a c tio n ................................................................................................................................................

13

1 2 /8 5

77.2

75.7

75.1

14.0

-.8

M ining and quarrying o f n o n -m e tallic m inerals, e xce p t fu e ls .....................................................................

14

1 2 /8 4

112.1

111.0

111.2

2.2

.2
.8

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

10

A n th ra cite m in in g .........................................................................................................................................................
B itum ino u s co al and lignite m in in g ........................................................................................................................

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

1 2 /8 4

110.1

109.8

110.7

4.8

Food and kindred p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................................................

20

1 2 /8 4

112.1

112.4

112.4

2.6

0

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

21

1 2 /8 4

163.5

164.9

165.8

14.3

.5

T e xtile mill p r o d u c ts ...................................................................................................................................................

22

1 2 /8 4

109.4

109.9

109.8

2.3

-.1

A pparel and o th e r finished p ro du cts m ade from fab rics and sim ilar m aterials ...................................

23

1 2 /8 4

109.8

110.9

111.1

2.9

.2

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

24

1 2 /8 4

115.9

116.6

117.9

7.8

1.1

Furniture and f ix tu r e s .................................................................................................................................................

25

1 2 /8 4

115.5

116.3

116.8

3.6

.4

P aper and allied p ro du cts ........................................................................................................................................

26

1 2 /8 4

121.2

121.2

121.7

4.2

.4

Printing, publishing, and allied in dustries.............................................................................................................

27

1 2 /8 4

124.6

125.6

125.9

5.1

.2

C hem icals and allied p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................................

28

1 2 /8 4

120.6

119.1

118.8

2.4

-.3

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

29

1 2 /8 4

80.4

75.6

77.3

19.8

2.2

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

30

1 2 /8 4

110.4

110.2

110.2

1.7

0

Leather and le ather p ro du cts .................................................................................................................................

31

1 2 /8 4

117.3

119.5

119.4

4.0

-.1

S tone, clay, glass, and co n c re te p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................................

32

1 2 /8 4

108.1

108.3

108.3

2.2

0

Prim ary m etal industries ...........................................................................................................................................

33

1 2 /8 4

118.9

118.5

118.7

2.5

.2

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

34

1 2 /8 4

112.5

113.2

113.8

4.1

.5

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

35

1 2 /8 4

110.3

111.5

111.6

3.9

.1

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

36

1 2 /8 4

107.1

107.6

107.8

2.6

.2
3.5

Tra n spo rta tion e q u ip m e n t.........................................................................................................................................

37

1 2 /8 4

111.8

110.7

114.6

3.5

M easuring and co ntro lling instrum ents; p ho tog ra ph ic, m edical, o ptical goods; w a tches, c lo c k s ..

38

1 2 /8 4

110.9

111.2

111.8

4.3

.5

M iscellaneous m anufacturing in d u s trie s .............................................................................................................

39

1 2 /8 5

111.7

112.6

112.7

4.1

.1

United S tates P ostal S e r v ic e ..................................................................................................................................

43

0 6 /8 9

100.0

100.0

100.0

(3)

0

Pipe lines, e xcep t natural g a s .................................................................................................................................

46

1 2 /8 6

94.4

94.4

94.4

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

1
Indexes in this tab le are derived from the net-o u tp u t-w eigh ted industry price
indexes show n in tab le 5.
B ecause o f d iffe re n ces in co verage and aggregation
m ethodology, the y will g en erally n ot m atch the m o ve m en ts o f sim ilarly-titled indexes
w hich are derived from tra dition al co m m o dity groupings show n in tab le 6.




-.4

0

2 D ata fo r Ju ne 1989 have been revised to re fle ct the a vailab ility o f late re p orts
and c o rre ctio n s by re sp on de n ts.
A ll d ata are su bje ct to revision 4 m o n th s a fte r
orig in al pub lica tio n. D ata are not se aso na lly adjusted.
3 N ot available.

10

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

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

1 2 /8 4

Sep.
1 9892

O ct.
198 9 2

77.4

76.4

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

76.0

10.6

-0 .5

M etal m ining .................................................................................................................................

10

1 2 /8 4

96.0

98.2

99.8

-1 .6

1.6

Iron o r e s .........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Iron ores ............................................................................................................................
O res, G reat Lakes area ...........................................................................................
P e lle t s .........................................................................................................................

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

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

81.6
83.4
83.4
80.6
78.2

81.5
83.3
83.3
80.6
78.2

81.4
83.2
83.2
80.6
78.2

0
0
0
0
0

-.1
-.1
-.1
0
0

C o pp e r o r e s ..................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
C o pp e r co n ce ntrate s, c o p p e r pre cipita tes, and crude co p p e r o r e s ............
C o pp e r c o n c e n tr a te s .................................................................................................

1021
1021-P
1021-3
1021-302

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

114.4
115.3
115.3
114.7

125.9
128.6
128.6
128.2

128.0
130.9
130.9
131.0

10.2
11.4
11.4
13.2

1.7
1.8
1.8
2.2

G old and silve r o re s ..................................................................................................................

104

1 2 /8 4

79.6

77.2

79.6

-1 2 .0

3.1

G old o re s .......................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
G old mill bullion, including d ore ...............................................................................
Gold mill bullion, including d o r e ...........................................................................

1041
1041-P
1041-4
1041-401

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

112.6
112.6
114.9
114.9

109.3
109.3
111.6
111.6

108.3
108.3
110.5
110.5

-10.1
-10.1
-1 0 .2
-1 0 .2

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

S ilve r o r e s .....................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
S ilve r co n ce n tra te s .......................................................................................................
S ilve r c o n c e n tr a te s ....................................................................................................

1044
1044-P
1044-5
1044-501

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

59.5
59.5

66.7
66.7

-1 6 .9
-1 6 .9

(3)
(3)

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

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

B au xite a nd o th e r alum inum o r e s ........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

1051
1051-P

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

126.8
126.8

125.9
125.9

126.2
126.2

-.9
-.9

.2
.2

M etal m ining s e rv ic e s ...............................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts .................................................................................................................
P rospect and test d r illin g .........................................................................................

1081
1081-P
1081-803

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

106.5
106.9
109.8

108.0
108.5
111.9

108.0
108.5
111.9

5.1
5.3
7.0

0
0
0

M iscellaneous m etal ores .......................................................................................................

109

1 2 /8 5

56.3

54.5

54.4

-2 9 .3

-.2

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

1099

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

124.0
124.0

123.3
123.3

122.7
122.7

13.5
13.5

-.5
-.5

A nth ra cite mining .......................................................................................................................

11

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

1111

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

12

B itum inous coal and lig n ite .....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P repared ............................................................................................................................
Steam e lectric u tilitie s ..............................................................................................
N orth A p p a la c h ia ....................................................................................................
S p o t ...............
S urface m in e ....................................................................................................
C o ntract
U n derground m ine .........................................................................................
S urface m in e ....................................................................................................
South A p p a lach ia ......
S p o t ...........................
Unde rg ro u nd m ine
C o n tra ct ....................
U nde rg ro u nd m ine .........................................................................................
S urfa ce m in e ....................................................................................................
M idw e st ..................
S p o t ...............
S urface m in e ....................................................................................................
C o ntract .................................................................................................................
U n derground m ine .........................................................................................
S urface m in e ....................................................................................................
W e s t ......
...................................................................
S po t ...
...................................................................
C o n tra ct
...................................................................
U n derground m ine ........................................................................................
S urface m in e ....................................................................................................
M e ta llu rg ic a l/c o k e p ro d u c e r...................................................................................
S p o t .............................................................................................................................
C o n tr a c t.....................................................................................................................
All o th e r in d u s tria l......................................................................................................

1211

1099-P
1099-103

(3)
(3)

1 2 /8 5

1211-2119

12/81
1211-21191
1211-21192
1211-212
1211-2128
1211-21281
1211-2129
1211-21291
1 211-21292
1211-213
1211-2138
121 1-21382
1211-2139
1211-21391
1 211-21392
1211-214
1211-2148
1211-2149
1211-21491
1211-21492
1211-3
1211-3168
1211-3169
1211-4

11

98.9

1.3

0

102.6

103.0

3.1

.4

154.2
154.7
154.8

154.6
155.1
155.3

155.1
155.5
155.7

3.1
2.6
3.2

.3
.3
.3

1 2 /8 5

1211-P
1211-A
1211-2
1211-211
1211-2118
1 211-21182

98.9

102.4

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

1111-P
1111-2

98.8

1 2 /8 5

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
(3)

94.0

94.7

94.9

.5

.2

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
1 2 /8 6
97.4
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
12/81
0 5 /8 2
1 2 /8 6
12/81
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
12/81
12/81
1 2 /8 6
12/81
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
12/81
1 2 /8 6
1 2/81
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
12/81
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
12/81

97.9
98.5
96.9
103.6
97.4
94.8
101.0
98.3
90.6
96.6
98.8
82.8
98.2
101.4
103.3
100.2
101.1
81.2
67.1
103.1
94.6
93.7
115.9
83.7
116.6
112.5
96.3
78.7
99.3
94.9
90.7

98:6
100.2
97.3
103.4
98.7
98.2
101.0
98.9
91.6
97.2
97.7
80.5
93.8
100.5
100.7
101.3
101.0
83.6
67.1
102.8
95.2
93.1
115.0
83.3
115.7
97.1
98.9
81.5
96.3
99.3
91.0

98.8
100.7
97.3
103.4
98.6
94.4
101.0

.5
1.5
.1
.1
1.4
-.9
-1 .4
1.9
2.0
1.9
.8
1.8
3.5
.7
1.5
-.1
-.8
-2 1 .2
-3 1 .7
1.4
-.2
1.9
-1 .0
-3 .4
-.9
-1 1 .5
1.7
3.2
1.3
3.6
-2 .2

.2
.5
0
0
-.1
-3 .9
0
.6
1.1
0
.4
.7
1.1
.4
.3
.5
.2
-.2
0
.2
0
.2
-.3
0
-.3
-2 .2
.1
-1.1
2.5
-1 .6
0

92.6
97.2
98.1
81.1
94.8
100.9
101.0
101.8
101.2
83.4
67.1
103.0
95.2
93.3
114.6
83.3
115.4
95.0
99.0
80.6
98.7
97.7
91.0

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

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

P ro du ct
co de

Industry
co de

Index
base
Ju ne
1 98 9 2

B itum ino u s coal and lig n ite — C ontin u ed
N orth A p p a la c h ia ....................................................................................................
S p o t ..................................................................... ...................................................
C o n tra ct .................................................................................................................
S ou th A p p a la c h ia ...................................................................................................
S p o t ........................................................................................................................
C o ntract ............................... .................................................................................
M idw e st ......................................................................................................................
S p o t .........................................................................................................................
C o n tra ct .................................................................................................................
W e st
S po t
E xpo rt
U n prep a re d
F or use w ith o u t p re pa ra tion .......................... ........................................................
Intra co m p an y sh ipm en ts .............................................................................................

Oct.
19892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

1211-411
1211-4118
1211-4119
1211-412
1211-4128
1211-4129
1211-413
1211-4138
1 211-4139
1211-414
1211-4148
1211-6
1211-1
1211-102
1211-8

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

102.0
102.0
104.4
102.5
89.0

102.4
102.4
104.4
102.5
91.3

102.2
102.2
104.4
102.5
91.7

-.5
-.5
.1
0
3.0

-.2
-.2
0
0
.4

1 2 /8 5

77.2

75.7

75.1

14.0

-.8

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

70.7
70.7
63.5
78.2
74.5
89.3

69.2
69.2
61.4
77.4
72.2
93.3

68.9
68.9
62.7
75.4
71.3
87.9

18.8
18.8
46.5
2.0
2.0
2.3

-.4
-.4
2.1
-2 .6
-1 .2
-5 .8

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

72.9
72.9
52.5
59.4
55.4
66.6
45.0
44.4
55.7
63.7

71.7
71.6
49.3
54.9
48.0
54.8
44.1
48.6
52.6
61.3

70.4
70.3
50.8
54.1
46.6
55.8
47.7
50.3
56.7
61.3

2.2
2.2
3.0
28.8
-2 5 .0
19.2
6.2
2.0
20.1
33.0

-1 .8
-1 .8
3.0
-1 .5
-2 .9
1.8
8.2
3.5
7.8
0

1 2 /8 5

90.9

91.7

91.3

1.2

-.4

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

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

87.0
86.7
77.6
77.6
88.4
88.3

88.0
87.7
80.5
80.5
89.0
88.9

87.6
87.3
79.1
79.1
88.8
88.7

.1
.1
-1 .9
-1 .9
.5
.5

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

1382-P
1382-801
1382-80101

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

72.4
71.1
71.1
73.1

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

65.5
64.4
64.4
66.2

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

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

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

97.7
98.2
100.9
90.9
97.7
103.7

98.4
98.9
100.9
90.9
98.6

99.3
99.8
100.9
90.9
99.6

3.8
4.4
8.8
0
3.5

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

1389-902
1389-914

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

118.5
95.3

(3)
94.6

(3)
95.3

(3)
.7

(3)
.7

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

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

97.9
90.0
93.1

(3)
90.0
94.6

97.9
90.2
94.4

0
.2
1.9

(3)
.2
-.2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

90.5
91.0

90.5
(3)

90.5
91.0

-4 .0
-3 .5

1 2 /8 4

112.1

111.0

111.2

2.2

.2

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

109.8

112.6
112.7
119.2
110.3

112.0
112.1
119.2
109.4

2.7
(3)
(3)
4.2

-.5
-.5
0
-.8

1382

1389

14

Dim ension ston e .........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Rough d im ension lim e s to n e .......................................................................................
Rough dim ension g ranite ............................................................................................

(3)
.8
1.1
2.9

1381

M ining and qua rrying o f n o n -m e ta llic m inerals, e xce p t f u e ls .....................................

(3)
5.5
2.0
5.5

138

Oil and gas field services, n .e .c..............................................................................................
P rim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
O ffsh o re field services, n .e .c.......................................................................................
O the r oil and gas field s e r v ic e s ............................................................................
O nsh o re field services, n .e .c.......................................................................................
C em enting w e lls .............................................................. ...........................................
A cid izin g and o th e r ch em ical tre a tm e n t o f w e lls, exclud in g hydrau lic
fr a c tu r in g .................................................... ...........................................................
R unning, cutting, and pulling casing, tub e s and r o d s ..................................
Insta llin g p ro d u ctio n equ ip m e nt, su ch as w e llh ea d fitting s, pum ps,
a nd e n g in e s ..........................................................................................................
C le a nin g out, bailing out, o r sw a bb in g w e lls ............................... ....................
O th e r oil and gas fie ld s e r v ic e s ............................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro d u cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
D rilling oil a nd gas w e lls ..........................................................................................

(3)
107.0
109.7
104.2

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

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

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

1321

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

0.7
1.9
.5
-1 .7
5.7
-2 .7
-6 .9
-1 .9
-7 .5
-.2
1.3

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

Oil and gas field se rvices ........................................................................................................

85.4
76.1
86.9
87.8
82.9
90.1
103.7
102.7
101.8
87.3
95.8

1311

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

85.4
76.1
86.9
87.8
84.1
90.0
103.7
102.7
101.8
87.1
95.7
66.8
106.2
108.5
101.3

13

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

85.0
73.7
86.9
86.9
80.9
89.4
105.2
102.9
103.4
86.9
95.5
65.7
101.7
107.8
95.3

1213

Oil and gas extractio n ...............................................................................................................

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

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

B itum inous coal and lignite m ining s e rv ic e s .....................................................................
Prim ary s e r v ic e s ..................................................................................................................
E xploration and d eve lo p m e n t w o rk .........................................................................
D r illin g ..............................................................................................................................
O the r bitum inous co al and lignite m ining se rvices ............................................

1411
1411 -P
1411-101
1411-501

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
19892

12

(3)
(3)
105.5

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
.9
.9
0
0
1.0

0
(3)

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base

“
June
198 9 2

D im ension sto n e — C ontinued
O th e r rough d im ension s t o n e ....................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
142

C rushed and bro ken lim e s to n e .............................................................................................
P rim ary p ro d u c ts .....................
N orth C entral region .........
East N orth C entral d iv is io n .....................................................................................
W e st N orth C entral division
O th e r r e g io n s .......................
S outh r e g io n ....................
S ou th A tla n tic division ..........................................................................................
East S outh C entral d iv is io n ................................................................................
W e st South C entral division ..............................................................................
N o rth ea st region .........................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1422

C rushed and broken granite, n .e.c........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G ranite and related rocks ...........................................................................................
S outh A tlan tic r e g io n .................................................................................................
O the r r e g io n s ................................................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1423

1422-P
1422-1
1422-112
1 422-113
1422-2
1422-21
1422-211
1422-212
1422-213
1422-22
1422-SM
1422-S

1423-P
1423-111
1423-11101
1423-11102
1423-SM
1423-S

C rushed and broken stone, n .e.c...........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
T r a p r o c k .........................................................................................................................
S a n d s to n e .....................................................................................................................
O ther, (slate, v o lca n ic rock, e tc . ) ..........................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ........................................ ..........
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1429

S and and g r a v e l..........................................................................................................................

144

C o n stru ctio n sand and gravel ...............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C o n structio n sand ..........................................................................................................
N o rth ea stern R egion ................................................................................................
N ew E ngland ........................................................................................ ..................
M id -A tla ntic ..............................................................................................................
N o rth C entral R egion ...............................................................................................
E ast N orth C entral ................................................................................................
W e st N orth C entral ...............................................................................................
Sou the rn R e g io n .........................................................................................................
S outh A tla n tic ..........................................................................................................
E ast S outh C e n tr a l................................................................................................
W e st S outh C e n tr a l...............................................................................................
W e stern R egion ..........................................................................................................
M o u n ta in ....................................................................................................................
Pacific ...............
C o nstructio n gravel .......................................................................................................
N o rth ea stern Region
N ew E ngland ..
M id-A tla ntic ..............................................................................................................
N orth C entral R egion ...............................................................................................
East N orth C entral .................................................................................................
W e st N orth C entral ...............................................................................................
S ou the rn R e g io n .........................................................................................................
S outh A tla n tic ..........................................................................................................
E ast S outh C entral
W e st S outh C e n tr a l...............................................................................................
W e stern R egion .
M o u n ta in ..........
Pacific ...............
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

1442

Industrial sand .............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G lass sand ........................................................................................................................
M olding s a n d ......................... :.........................................................................................
O the r industrial sand, n .e .c..........................................................................................

O ct. 1988

0 6 /8 5

109.4

110.3

0 6 /8 9

100.0

102.1

99.5

114.0

114.1

113.9

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

117.1
118.2
100.0
116.8
116.9
119.7
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

116.9
118.1
100.4
117.6
116.7
119.4
99.7
99.6
99.8
100.0
99.6

116.9
118.1
100.3
117.4
117.0
119.3
99.6
99.4
99.5
100.0
100.0

1 2 /8 3

101.8

101.8

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

121.3
121.3

120.5
120.6

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

123.4
116.0

122.5
115.7

121.6
115.8

|

(3)
118.8

(3)
(3)

(3)

j

f)

I

1.1

110.1

I

Sep. 1989

j

-0 .2
-2 .5

(3)
1.8
;

|

|

-.2

2.4
2.6

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

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

102.0

.2

119.9
119.9

|

-.7
-.1
-.2

-.5
-.6

-.6
1.5

-.7
.1

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

1.1
1.0
-1 .3
5.0
4.5

1442-P
1442-3
1442-3A
1442-31
1442-32
1442-3B
1442-33
1442-34
1442-3C
1442-35
1442-36
1442-37
1442-3D
1442-38
1442-39
1442-5
1442-5A
1442-51
1442-52
1442-5B
1442-53
1442-54
1442-5C
1442-55
1442-56
1442-57
1442-5D
1442-58
1442-59
1442-SM
1442-M
1442-XY9
1442-S
1442-SS
1446
1446-P
1446-1
1446-5
1446-9

13

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

122.1
122.4
125.1
103.7
130.8

123.6
124.0
125.1
110.0
133.5

123.5
123.8
125.1
109.1
133.5

1 2 /8 3

118.0

118.3

119.2

1.8

.8

1 2 /8 4

1429-P
1429-11111
1429-11112
1 429-11114
1429-SM
1429-S

See footnotes at end of table.




* ........ t
Oct.
1 9892

1 2 /8 4

1 411-‘ 01
1411-SM
1411-S

C rushed and bro ken stone, including riprap ....................................................................

Sep.
1 98 9 2

115.4

116.4

116.6

2.5

.2

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

122.9
123.5
125.1
142.1
172.9
132.5
117.7
119.3

124.1
124.7
126.8
142.1
172.9
132.5
120.4
123.9
113.3
114.6
130.8
102.4
96.7
137.0
90.1
149.3
122.9
139.5
163.0
123.4
125.7
129.6
115.6
118.7
132.1
107.0
113.6
114.0
106.5
117.2

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

2.4
2.5
3.8
1.4
0
2.0
4.6
7.1

(3)
1.2
8.0
1.1
9.4
1.2
2.0
2.4
1.6
3.2
4.6
-.9
-3 .3
-1 0 .9
.5
2.7
3.3
2.4
3.7

.2
.2
.5
.2
0
.3
1.1
1.6
-.1
-.5
0
0
-1.1
.9
-.1
1.1
-.1
-1 .7
-3 .9
0
-.2
-.3
0
-.3
0
0
-.4
.6
-.7
1.4

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

132.1
120.2
104.7
104.7

139.1
126.5
105.0

139.1
126.5
105.0

6.0
7.5
.4

0
0
0

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

112.4
11 1.9
110.6
124.5
103.7

(3)
113.8
130.8
(3)
95.3
134.8
89.3
146.5
122.3
139.5
163.0
123.4
124.8
128.3
115.6
117.4
132.1
106.5
111.2
113.6
103.4
118.5

(3)

I

(3)

112.9
112.4
110.8
127.3
103.7

112.9
112.4
110.8
127.3
103.7

|

i

!

j
|
|

-.1
-.2
0
-.8
0

(3)
1.1
1.2

(3)

(3)

2.7
2.7
1.3
7.7
1.1

0
0
0
0
0
...

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

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u ct1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 98 9 2

O ct.
19892

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

116.2
75.1
121.6

116.2

116.3

2.0

(3)
121.6

(3)
121.6

(3)
1.4

(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

1 2 /8 4

108.2

108.7

108.7

3.1

0

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

96.3
96.2
96.1
90.9
105.1

96.2
96.1
96.0
90.7
105.4

96.2
96.1
96.0
90.7
105.4

.6
.6
.5
.3
1.4

0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 4

100.1

101.3

101.3

2.4

.0

1 2 /8 4

98.7

98.7

98.7

0

0

1454-P

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

116.0
116.0

(3)
(3)

116.0
116.0

3.8
3.8

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

110.9
111.0
111.1

111.7
111.8
111.9

111.8
111.9
112.0

4.2

1455-P
1455-201

Industrial sa n d — C ontinued
A brasive sand, including blast s a n d ....................................................................
H ydraulic fra ctu re s a n d ................................................................. ..........................
O the r industrial sand, n .e .c......................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................. ................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

Sep.
198 9 2

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

113.2
112.9

113.2
112.9

113.2
112.9

1.0

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

114.4
114.5
115.6
110.7
110.9

114.4
114.5
115.6
110.7
110.9

114.4
114.5
115.6
110.7
110.9

2.3
.5
.5
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 4

117.0

117.1

117.1

6.2

0

1446-90101
1446-90103
1446-90109
1446-SM
1446-S
14 46-S S

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

0.1
0

Clay, ceram ic, and re fra cto ry m in e ra ls ...............................................................................

145

B e n to n ite ........................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P repared b e n to n ite .........................................................................................................
M ountain region ..........................................................................................................
O the r re g io n s ................................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1452

Fire c la y ..........................................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................

1453

F u lle r’s e a r th .................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ............................................................. ...................................................

1454

K aolin and ball clay ...................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Prepared kaolin and ball c l a y ...................................................................................

1455

Clay and re la ted m inerals, n .e .c.............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
F e ld s p a r.....................
P re p a re d ................
C o m m o n clay and s h a le ..............................................................................................
P re p a re d ................
O the r cla y and re la ted m a te r ia ls ..............................................................................
P re p a re d .........................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1459

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

147

1 2 /8 4

107.4

102.9

103.4

2.1

.5

B arite ...............................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Prepared b a r it e ................................................................................................................

1472
1472-P
1472-201

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

78.9
78.9
74.2

78.9
78.9
74.2

78.9
78.9
74.2

-.1
-.1
-.1

0
0
0

Potash, soda, and b orate m in e ra ls ......................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
P rocessed or refined p otassium sa lts ....................................................................
Natural sodium c a rb o n a te s .........................................................................................

1474
1474-P
1474-201
1474-301

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

117.6
117.4
115.7
127.2

113.4
113.2
107.6
122.2

114.7
114.6
111.8
122.3

2.4
2.5
-3 .4
4.3

1.1
1.2
3.9
.1

Phosphate rock ...........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts ................................................ ................................................................
P ro cesse d p h o sp h a te ro ck .........................................................................................
W a sh ed o r co n ce n tra te d p h o sph a te r o c k ........................................................
Dried p h o sp h a te r o c k ................................................................................................
6 6 % and up to b ut n ot including 7 0% B P L .................................................

1475
1475-P
1475-2
1475-201
1475-206
1 47 5-20602

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

89.7
89.9
90.5
80.9
91.7
81.2

89.7
90.0
89.0
81.3
87.1
71.8

89.3
89.5
89.4
81.4
88.0
72.6

9.7
9.7
10.8
10.0
5.3

R o ck s a l t .......................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
R ock sa lt ...........................................................................................................................
S ou the rn region ro ck sa lt .......................................................................................
N orthern region rock s a l t .........................................................................................

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

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

107.4
107.6
107.6
111.5
98.8

108.0
108.3
108.3
114.4
97.0

107.3
108.1
108.1
112.0
99.4

-3 .9
-3 .8
-3 .8
-9 .0
1.6

S u lfu r................................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Frasch pro cess s u lf u r ...................................................................................................

1477
1477-P
1477-101

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

96.5
96.5
96.5

78.3
78.3
78.3

78.9
78.9
78.9

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

N o n-m etallic m inerals (e xce pt fuels) s e rv ic e s ..................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Drilling .................................................................................................................................
O the r drilling including b la s tin g .............................................................................
O pe n -p it or quarry m ining fo r oth e rs ......................................................................

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

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

102.9
102.5
104.6
104.6
80.7

102.6
102.2
104.6
104.6
79.5

102.6
102.2
104.6
104.6
79.5

.9
1.0

-2.2

0
0
0
0
0

M iscellaneous non m e tallic m inerals, e xcept f u e ls ..........................................................

149

1 2 /8 4

114.4

114.9

116.0

2.3

1.0

Gypsum m in in g ...................................................................................... .....................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
C rushed, ground, scre e ne d, o r dried gypsum .....................................................

1492
1492-P
1492-201

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

102.9
102.9
102.9

102.9
102.9
102.9

102.9
102.9
102.9

1.2
1.2
1.2

0
0
0

Talc, so ap ston e, and p y ro p h y llite .........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................

1496
1496-P

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

105.2
105.2

106.6
106.6

106.6
106.6

2.9
2.9

0
0

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

1453-SM

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

See footnotes at end of table.




14

4.3

4.4

.7

-2.4

(
3)
(3)

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

-.4
-.6

.4
.1
1.0
1.1

-.2
-.2
- 6

-2.1
2.5

..8
.8
8

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

M iscellan eo u s n o n m e ta llic m in e ra ls ....................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
N ative asph alt & b itu m e n s ..........................................................................................
P e a t .....................................................................................................................................
O the r n on m e tallic m inerals, n .e .c............................................................... ..............
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1499
1499-P
1499-201
1499-501
1499-988
1499-SM
1499-S

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

Sep.
1 9892

O ct.
19892

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

107.6
107.5
92.6
108.9
116.2

107.9
107.8

109.3
109.2

2.2
2.3

1.3
1.3

(3)
102.2
116.2

(3)
108.7
114.0

(3)
.1
1.2

(3)
6.4
-1 .9

0 6 /8 5

109.1

106.5

106.5

-.1

0

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

1 2 /8 4

110.1

109.8

110.7

4.8

.8

20

1 2 /8 4

112.1

112.4

112.4

2.6

.0

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

201

1 2 /8 4

111.0

110.5

108.9

2.9

-1 .4

M eat packing plants ..................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
M iscellaneous b yproducts of m eatpacking plants, excep t sausage
c a s in g s .......................................................................................................................
E dible tallow and stearin .........................................................................................
Beef, not canned or m ade into sausage ..............................................................
W hole carcass b e e f ...................................................................................................
U SDA ch oice b eef c a rc a s s e s ............................................................................
O the r USDA graded and ungraded beef c a rc a s s e s .................................
Prim al and fab ricate d b ee f c u t s ............................................................................
B o n e less beef, including h a m b u rg e r...................................................................
V ariety m eats (edible organs) ...............................................................................
Pork, fresh and f r o z e n ..................................................................................................
W hole carcass p o r k ...................................................................................................
Prim al and fab ricate d cuts (incl trim m in g s )......................................................
Variety m eats (fresh edible organs) ....................................................................
Lard .....................................................................................................................................
Lard, co m m ercial sizes (over 3 lb s . ) ...................................................................
Pork, processed or cured (not canned o r m ade into s a u s a g e )....................
H am s and picnics, e xcept canned ......................................................................
S liced b a c o n .................................................................................................................
Sausage and sim ilar p roducts (not c a n n e d ) ........................................................
Fresh s a u s a g e .............................................................................................................
F rankfurters or w ie n e r s ............................................................................................
O the r sausage, sm oked or c o o k e d .....................................................................
Hides, skins, and pelts ................................................................................................
C attle hides, e xcept kip ...........................................................................................
O the r hides, skins, and pelts, e xcept kip ..........................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

2011

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

107.5
108.6

108.6
109.7

107.8
109.0

6.3
7.0

-.7
-.6

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

103.2
84.7
106.2
112.1
108.6
106.6
98.1
94.3
55.3
107.1
124.5
102.8
97.8
100.9
99.0
92.2
92.4
94.3
111.0
122.0
111.8
107.5
183.6
185.3
88.0

101.7
79.8
106.4
111.8
103.8
112.5
97.5
99.8
61.4
108.2
120.2
104.4
96.0
101.9
100.1
97.0
99.2
96.6
115.1
125.8
117.1
109.4
188.9
190.8
87.5

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

1.9

(3)

4.5
5.0
-2 .4
-1 .9
.4
-4 .8
-3 .4
-1 .6
-2 .4
2.5
8.1
2.3
-5 .8
1.2
1.1
5.8
6.1
5.9
-2 .0
-.8
-5 .6
0
.7
.6
0

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

102.9
102.5
78.4

104.9
104.5
79.4

102.5
102.0
79.4

1.1
1.0
-5 .7

-2 .3
-2 .4
0

S ausages and oth e r prepared m e a ts ..................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Portion control and m iscellaneous processed, frozen, or co oke d m eats .
Frozen ground m eat p a ttie s ...................................................................................
Frozen portion co ntro l o th e r than ground m eat patties ..............................
M iscellaneous processed, frozen, or co oke d m eats ....................................
Pork, processed or cured, including frozen (not ca nned or m ade into
sausage) ....................................................................................................................
H am s and picnics, e xcep t canned ......................................................................
Sliced b a c o n .................................................................................................................
O the r sm oked p o r k ....................................................................................................
Boiled ham, barbecued pork, and o th e r co oke d pork, excep t canned
m eats and s a u s a g e ...........................................................................................
S ausages and sim ilar p ro du cts (not c a n n e d ) ......................................................
Fresh sausage, pork sausage, b re akfa st links, e tc ........................................
Dry and sem idry sausage (salam i, cervelat, su m m e r sausage,
pepperoni, p ork roll, etc.) ...............................................................................
Frankfurters and w ie n e r s .........................................................................................
O the r sausage, sm oked o r co oke d (bologna, liverw urst, Polish
sausage, luncheon m eats, e tc . ) ....................................................................
Canned m eats (except dog and cat food) co ntaining 20-pe rce nt o r m ore
m e a t ............................................................................................................................
O the r canned m e a ts ..................................................................................................
Secondary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2013
2013-P
2 01 3-B
2 0 1 3 -B 1 1
2013-B13
2013-B19

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

100.6
98.2
115.0
101.4
106.3
105.6

104.2
101.4
117.2
107.9
104.7
106.0

104.5
102.3
117.0
107.7
104.1
106.1

4.9
4.9
8.1

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

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

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

72.2
81.2
57.7
99.9

76.2
86.5
61.6
101.8

78.2
88.6
63.1
104.8

2013-661
2013-7
2013-711

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

80.8
105.5
104.2

81.3
109.3
106.2

84.8
110.3
108.3

.8
6.1
7.4

4.3
.9
2.0

2013-717
2013-721

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

106.5
103.0

109.8
107.6

110.3
108.1

4.5
5.4

.5
.5

2013-735

1 2 /8 2

107.4

112.0

112.9

6.5

.8

2013-8
2013-898
2013-SM
2 0 1 3-M
2013-Z 89
2 01 3-S

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

100.7
104.4

101.7
105.2

101.3
105.1

.7
.5

-.4
-.1

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

111.3
110.4
116.3

117.8
117.0
117.6

114.3
113.1
118.2

5.3
4.2
3.7

-3 .0
-3 .3
.5

P oultry dressing, poultry and egg processing ..................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Young ch icken .................................................................................................................
Bulk b ro ile rs /w e t ice p a c k ......................................................................................
G rade A bulk w hole b ro ile rs /w e t ice p a c k ...................................................

2018

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

137.9
138.8
145.0
148.6
152.0

125.4
126.1
130.1
132.5
136.7

119.0
119.5
117.3
117.4
115.9

-7 .0
-7.1
-1 0 .5
-11.1
-13.1

-5.1
-5 .2
-9 .8
-1 1 .4
-1 5 .2

Food and kindred p ro du cts ....................................................................................................

2 0 1 1-P
2 0 1 1-C
2 0 1 1-C41
2011-1
2011-112
2 011-11202
2 01 1-11 2 05
201 1-11 7
2011-131
2011-151
2011-4
2011-412
2011-417
2011-451
2011-5
2011-517
2011-6
2011-631
2011-641
2011-7
2011-711
2011-721
2011-735
2011-9
2011-912
2011-997
2011-SM
2 0 1 1-M
2 0 1 1-Z89
2 0 1 1-S

2 0 1 8-P
2018-1
2018-133
2018-13301

See footnotes at end of table.




15

(3)
3.3
6.6
6.7
(3)
-2 .9
6.0
-2 9 .4
16.0
(3)
14.8
33.3
.6
-.5
8.6
10.6
7.2
6.7
9.5
4.1
7.7
13.1
12.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.2
1.6
3.1
(3)

2.6
2.4
2.4
2.9

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

O ct.
1 9892

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

143.5
133.9
138.6
131.0
133.6
132.3
132.2
136.4
130.6
128.5
129.6
117.1
90.7
101.8

126.2
121.1
130.4
112.5
114.0
100.4
117.3
125.5
126.8
125.7
123.7
122.9
103.4
107.2

1 2/81
1 2/81

95.3
114.4

1 2 /8 4

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

119.6
114.3
119.5
117.9
119.4
118.7
109.9
129.0
127.5
126.2
125.5
120.8
102.2
106.5

-7 .9
-7 .9
-1 3 .4
-1 5 .9
-1 6 .9
-1 8 .7
-2 3 .0
-9 .2
4.2
0
12.9
31.0
14.8
17.9

-5 .2
-5 .6
-8 .4
4.8
4.7
18.2
-6 .3
2.8
.6
.4
1.5
-1 .7
-1 .2
-.7

100.9
112.2

104.3
109.2

10.7
-6 .2

3.4
-2 .7

104.7

109.7

112.5

9.6

2.6

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

89.3
88.3
88.3
87.0
90.3

91.6
89.0
89.0
87.5
91.5

88.7
85.5
85.5
84.1
87.9

-3 .2
-7 .2
-7 .2
-7 .6
-6 .2

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

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

93.0
89.5

100.3
97.0

99.3
96.1

10.2
10.8

-1 .0
-.9

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/81
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

101.6
103.1
99.4
97.3
98.5
93.7
102.3
104.1
99.7
100.4
121.7
96.2
107.4
100.7
119.8
117.0
111.3

111.1
114.5
111.1
109.7
112.0
102.2
115.1
119.1
109.0
107.2
124.0
109.2
119.0
112.0
137.4
120.9
113.9

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

13.3
15.4
13.3
15.4
15.0
17.5
12.9
14.4
10.4
11.2
-3 .3
12.4
19.2
22.0
20.6
6.6

3.4
3.7
3.3
3.6
3.2
5.3
3.1
3.2
2.9
4.1
.9
2.3
4.2
5.4
3.4
.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/81
0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

101.1
101.3
91.0
130.0
67.1
94.0

111.9
112.2
89.8
135.1
61.9
93.1

115.7
116.0
91.1
128.8
75.0
91.6

12.7
12.6
-1 .7
-.8
4.5
-3 .7

3.4
3.4
1.4
-4 .7
21.2
-1 .6

2023-P
2023-1
202 3-12 9
202 3-13 9
202 3-14 2
2023-143
2 02 3-14 6
2023-151
2023-2
202 3-21 2

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

109.1
112.7
106.3
147.3
114.4
98.6
91.6
111.3
96.7
127.8
110.4

116.9
123.5
118.0
152.6
105.7
110.2
111.2
116.4
97.8
132.9
112.1

123.1
130.4
128.6
154.4
134.3
116.5
132.0
119.8
113.1
133.5
113.6

16.8
20.2
23.7
19.7
4.4
13.0
49.7
8.8
6.6
11.8
8.1

5.3
5.6
9.0
1.2
27.1
5.7
18.7
2.9
15.6
.5
1.3

2023-3

1 2 /8 3

103.5

131.5.

138.1

36.1

5.0

2 023-318
2023-S M
2023-S
2 0 2 1 -S
2023-SS S
2026-S

P oultry dre ssing , pou ltry and egg p ro ce ssin g — C ontinued
O th e r w e t ice bulk broilers, inclu din g p a r t s ..................................................
Tra y p ack b r o ile r s .......................................................................................................
O th e r bro ile rs inclu din g f r o z e n ....... .......................................................................
T u rke ys ...............................................................................................................................
Y oung turke ys .............................................................................................................
Hens, w hole, G rade A f r o z e n ............................................................................
T om s, w h ole, G rade A frozen ...........................................................................
O th e r yo ung turke y ................................................................................................
P ro cesse d p ou ltry and sm all gam e .........................................................................
Turkey, co o ke d o r s m o k e d .....................................................................................
C h icke n, co o ke d or s m o k e d ...................................................................................
Liquid, dried and fro zen e g g s ....................................................................................
Dried w h ole e g g s ........................................................................................................
Fro ze n o r liquid w h ole e g g s ...................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

1 2 /8 3

103.5

131.5

138.1

36.1

5.0

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

97.6
94.2
131.1
90.6

99.4
92.2
138.0
93.7

99.8
88.1
138.2
97.1

4.3
-8 .5
7.5
12.6

.4
-4 .4
.1
3.6

2024-P
2024-1
2024-114

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

114.3
113.0
113.0
107.1

115.1
113.8
113.8
107.4

120.1
119.1
119.1
131.6

7.8
8.3
8.3
25.7

4.3
4.7
4.7
22.5

2 01 8-13 3 98
2 01 8-13 6
2 01 8-13 9
2018-3
2 018-323
2 018-32301
2 01 8-32 3 02
2 0 1 8 -32 3 98
2018-5
2018-521
2 018-523
2018-9
2 01 8-91 5
2 018-955
2018-S M
2018-M
2 0 1 8-S

D airy p ro du cts ..............................................................................................................................

202

C rea m e ry b u tte r ..........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C rea m e ry b u t t e r ..............................................................................................................
Bulk b u tte r ( > 3 lb s . ) ................................................................................................
B utter, c o n su m e r p acka ge s ( < 3 lb s . ) ..............................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
C ond e nse d and e vap orate d m ilk ..........................................................................

2021

N atural and p rocessed c h e e s e .............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N atural cheese, excep t co tta ge ch ee se ...............................................................
A m e rica n-typ e c h e e s e ...............................................................................................
C h ed d ar c h e e s e .....................................................................................................
O the r A m e rica n-typ e c h e e s e .............................................................................
Italian-type c h e e s e ......................... .................................................................. >.......
M ozza rella ch e e se .................................................................................................
O th e r Italian -typ e c h e e s e ....................................................................................
S w iss ch ee se ...............................................................................................................
C ream and n eu fcha tel c h e e s e ..............................................................................
O the r natural cheese, e x c e p t c o tta ge ...............................................................
P rocessed ch ee se and related p roducts ..............................................................
Processed ch ee se ......................................................................................................
C heese f o o d .................................................................................................................
C heese s p r e a d ............................................................................................................
O th e r related p ro cesse d ch ee se p r o d u c ts .......................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c ie p ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O th e r secon da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
C o nd e nse d and evap orate d m ilk ..........................................................................
Fluid m i lk ........................................................................................................................

2022

C o ndensed and evap orate d m i lk ..........................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Dry m ilk p ro du cts ...........................................................................................................
O the r dry m ilk products, co nsum er-type p acka ge s (3 lbs. or less) ........
Dry w hey, bulk packa ging (m ore tha n 3 lbs.) ..................................................
Dry w h ole milk, bulk p acka ging (m ore tha n 3 lb s . ) .......................................
N o n fa t dry milk, b ulk p a cka ging (m ore than 3 lb s . ) ......................................
O th e r fo o d -g ra d e dry m ilk pro du cts, bulk packa ging (m ore than 3 lbs.)
Feed -g ra de dry m ilk p ro du cts, b ulk packa ging (m ore tha n 3 lbs.) .........
C anned m ilk pro du cts, co nsu m e r-typ e ca n ..........................................................
E vap o rate d milk, co nsu m e r-typ e c a n ..................................................................
C o nd e nse d and e va p o ra te d m ilk pro du cts, sh ipp e d in b ulk (barrels,
dru m s a nd tan ks) ...................................................................................................
A ll o th e r fo o d -g ra d e co n ce n tra te d m ilk p ro du cts, e x c e p t ice cre a m
mixes, sh ipp e d in b ulk .....................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts a nd m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
C rea m e ry b u t t e r ..........................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
Fluid m ilk and related p ro du cts ............................................................................

2023

Ice cream and frozen d esse rts .............................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Ice cream and ices ........................................................................................................
B ulk ice cream and cu stard (3 g allon s or m o r e )............... ............................

2024

2 0 2 1 -P
2021-1
202 1-11 3
2021-115
2021 -SM
2 02 1 -S
2023-S

2022-P
2022-1
2022-102
2022-10201
2022-10211
2022-103
2022-10301
2022-10311
2 02 2-10 5
2022-107
2022-111
2022-2
2022-211
2 022-213
2022-215
2022-219
2022-SM
2022-M
2 022-Z 89
2022-S
2022-SS S
2023-S
2026-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 98 9 2

16

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

Index
base

P roduct
co de

June
19892

Ice cre a m and fro zen d e sse rts— C o ntinued
B ulk va nilla ice cre a m and cu sta rd (3 g allon s o r m o r e ) .........................
O th e r b ulk ice cream and cu sta rd (3 g allon s or m ore) ..........................
C o nsum er-size ice cream and cu sta rd (16 oz. to less tha n 3 g a llo n s )..
V an illa ice cream and cu sta rd in co n su m e r size (16 oz. to less than
3 g a llo n s )...........................................................................................................
O th e r consu m e r-size ice cre a m and cu sta rd (16 oz. to less tha n 3
g a llo n s ) ............................................................................................................. .
N o velty form s o f fro zen d e sse rts (any fro zen dairy-type d e sse rt less
tha n 16 o u n c e s ) ..................................................................................................
W a te r ices (16 oz. size or la r g e r ) ....................................................................... .
Consu m e r-size ice m ilk (16 oz. to less tha n 3 gallon s) ..............................
Consu m e r-size sh e rb e t (16 oz. to less tha n 3 g a llo n s )...............................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ....................................................................................... ..............
O th e r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ..................................................... ....... .........................

Sep.
19892

Oct.
19892

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2024-11401
2 02 4-11 4 98
2 02 4-11 5

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

116.2
102.3
113.4

116.2
102.9
114.7

116.2
139.5
114.8

0.7
40.6
4.6

0
35.6
.1

2024-11501

0 6 /8 3

114.1

116.5

116.5

3.2

0

2 02 4-11 5 98

0 6 /8 3

113.0

113.7

113.9

5.4

.2

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

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

119.0
113.6
109.8
104.6

120.3
113.6
102.3
112.9

122.8
113.6
103.4
110.4

4.8
-3 .5
2.2
6.1

2.1
.0
1.1
-2 .2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

120.8
120.8

122.7
122.7

133.4
133.4

18.2
18.2

8.7
8.7

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

110.0
107.0
109.1
108.1
110.6
102.7
111.2
108.2
109.6
118.6
103.5
109.8
109.9

113.2
110.1
111.8
111.0
112.7
106.7
115.0
109.0
112.6
120.4
104.0
110.4
113.7

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

6.8
7.7
7.1
7.2
8.0
7.7
6.1
7.4
8.1
7.9
-.2
.4
6.0

1.4
1.7
2.2
2.3
1.9
3.8
1.3
2.0
2.5
2.7
-.6
-.2
2.2

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

114.4
114.4
110.3
107.8
111.3
111.2

121.3
121.3
115.2
115.5
115.0
115.2

124.4
124.4
116.6
116.5
115.5
117.1

12.3
12.1
7.2
9.4
6.5
6.5

2.6
2.6
1.2
.9
.4
1.6

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

116.2
116.2
112.1
91.9
98.8
106.5
116.1
130.2

119.0
119.0
116.0
92.6

118.8
118.8
115.2
88.8
112.5
112.5
118.3
131.1

4.2
4.2
5.3
-4 .7
10.8
12.6
4.2
.8

-.2
-.2
-.7
-4.1

Fluid m i lk ........................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Packaged fluid m ilk and related p ro d u c ts .............................................................
Fluid w h ole milk, p a c k a g e d ....................................................................................
Fluid w h ole milk, packaged, N o rth ea st r e g io n ............................................
Fluid w h ole milk, packaged, N orth C entral r e g io n .....................................
Fluid w h ole milk, packaged, Southern region .............................................
Fluid w hole milk, packaged, W estern re g io n ...............................................
Low fat milk, 0.5 - 2 .0 % butterfat, p a c k a g e d ....................................................
S kim milk, packaged ...................................................................................... ..........
C ream , heavy, w ith m ore than 3 0 % b u tte rfa t (w hipping c re a m ) ..............
S ou r cream and re la ted p ro d u c ts .........................................................................
H alf and h alf and related p ro d u cts .....................................................................
C o tta g e ch ee se (including fa rm e rs ’ cheese, p o t ch ee se and b a k e rs ’
c h e e s e ) ...................................................................................................... ...........
C o tta g e cheese, m a n ufa ctu re d and cre a m ed at the e sta b lish m e n t
B utterm ilk, ch o co la te d rinks and o th e r fla vo re d m ilk p r o d u c ts .....................
Y o g u r t..............................................................................................................................
B utterm ilk and related p ro d u c ts ............................................................................
Flavored milk drinks (ch o cola te milk, ch oco la te drink) ...............................
S eco n da ry p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
C ream ery b u t t e r ..........................................................................................................
C heese ...........................................................................................................................
C ond e nse d and e vaporated m i lk ..........................................................................
Ice cream and frozen d e s s e r ts .............................................................................
O the r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

2026

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

203

1 2 /8 4

114.5

115.4

115.4

3.7

0

C anned s p e c ia ltie s .......................... ............ ..............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C a nn e d soups, e xce p t fro zen o r s e a fo o d .............................................................
C a nn e d dry b e a n s ..........................................................................................................
Beans w ith pork (13.1 oz to 18 o z ) .....................................................................
O the r canned dry beans, including chili con carne (13.1 oz to 18 oz) ..
O the r canned dry beans, including chili con carne (other s iz e s ) .............
C anned sp ecialty f o o d s ................................................................................................
Spanish foo d s (M exican rice, tortillas, e nchiladas) .......................................
O the r canned specialties, including canned puddings (o the r than
canned m eats) .................................................. .................................................
S eco n da ry p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ............................................................................. .........
C anned fruits and ve ge tab le s ................................................................................

2032

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

127.6
129.9
140.3
123.8
138.9
116.0
108.8
107.5
131.7

129.6
131.8
144.2
124.3
138.9
115.8
111.7
108.9
131.6

129.8
131.9
144.3
124.3
138.9
115.8
111.5
108.9
127.5

3.3
3.1
7.0
4.5
7.0
.4
5.2
-1 .7
.3

.2
.1
.1
0
0
0
-.2
0
-3.1

1 2 /8 2

113.0

116.2

116.5

3.5

.3

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

120.9
115.0
126.4

123.9
115.9
131.3

124.7
117.5
131.3

6.6
3.8
9.0

.6
1.4
0

C anned fruits and ve ge tab le s ................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .......
C anned fruits, e xce p t baby f o o d ..............................................................................
A pples ..................
C herries, red pitte d
C herries, sw e et ..
Fruit pie m ixes ....
A pp le pie m i x ...........................................................................................................
C herry pie m ix ..........................................................................................................
A p p le s a u c e ...................................................................................................................
O lives, ripe and g reen r i p e .....................................................................................
P eaches, including spiced ......................................................................................
Pears, including sp iced ............................................................................................
Canned ve g e tab le s, e xce p t h om iny and m u sh roo m s ......................................
Fresh lim a b e a n s ........................................................................................................

2033

129.0
128.1
126.7
113.5
105.9
117.0

129.2
128.3
127.9
113.5
110.5
119.0
107.1
108.1
102.7
125.2
118.5
148.7
130.7
125.3
138.3

128.7
127.8
126.7
114.4
110.5
118.3
106.3
108.1
101.6
124.6
118.5
146.3
128.8
124.2
137.8

3.1
2.8
3.5
8.0
6.7
1.1

-.4
-.4
-.9
.8
0
-.6
-.7
0

2026-P
2026-2
2026-212
2026-21 2 00
2 02 6-21200
2026-21 2 00
2 02 6-21200
2026-223
202 6-22 5
202 6-23 2
2 02 6-24 5
2 02 6-25 2
2026-3
202 6-31 3
2026-4
2026-432
2026-434
2026-435
2026-SM
2026-M
2026-Z 89
2026-S
2 02 1 -S
2022-S
2023-S
2024-S
2026-SS S

2032-P
203 2-2
2032-3
2032-373
2 032-386
2032-391
2032-4
2032-493
2 032-498
2 032-S M
2 032-S
2032-SS S
2033-SS S

2033-P
2033-1
203 3-11 2
2 033-122
2 03 3-12 4
203 3-16 2
2033-16261
2 0 3 3-16 2 63
2033-171
2 033-173
203 3-17 4
2033-175
2033-2
2 033-203

See footnotes at end of table.




17

G01
G 02
G 03
G 04

0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 7
1 2/81
0 6 /8 1
108.9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

108.1
105.2
124.9
119.2
145.2
129.8
126.7
138.3

(3)
116.7
118.1
131.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
5.3
-2 .3
6.6
6.2
.9
23.5

(3)
-3 .6
.2
0

~ 1-1
-.5
0
-1 .6
-1 .5
-.9
-.4

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

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

C a nn e d fru its and ve g e ta b le s — C o ntin u ed
Beans, g reen and w a x (including blue la k e ) ....................................................
B eans, g reen and w ax (excluding blue lake) ..............................................
C a rro ts ............................................................................................................................
V eg e ta b le c o m b in a tio n s ...........................................................................................
S pinach ..........................................................................................................................
O the r leafy g r e e n s .....................................................................................................
W hite p o ta to e s ............................................................................................................
S a u e rk ra u t.....................................................................................................................
A s p a ra g u s .....................................................................................................................
B eets ...............................................................................................................................
S w eet corn, w hole k e r n e l........................................................................................
S w eet corn, cream s t y le ..........................................................................................
G reen peas ...................................................................................................................
T o m a to e s .......................................................................................................................
O the r ca nned ve ge tab le s ........................................................................................
C anned hom iny and m ushroom s .............................................................................
M ushroom s ...................................................................................................................
Canned fruit juices, nectars, and c o n c e n tr a te s ...................................................
A pp le j u ic e ....................................................................................................................
G rape juice ...................................................................................................................
Pineapple ju ic e ............................................................................................................
G rapefruit ju ic e ............................................................................................................
O the r w hole fruit ju ice s and m ixtures o f w h ole fru it ju ic e s ........................
O ra ng e juice, single stre ng th .................................................................................
C anned ve ge tab le ju ic e s ..............................................................................................
T o m a to ju ic e .................................................................................................................
C atsup and o th e r to m a to sauces, e tc ......................................................................
T o m a to sa uce s ...........................................................................................................
T o m a to sauces, 7.1- 10 oz. s iz e ......................................................................
T o m a to sauces, o th e r s iz e s ................................................................................
C a ts u p ..................................................... .......................................................................
C atsup, 14- 32 oz. size ........................................................................................
C atsup, all o th e r s iz e s ..........................................................................................
T o m a to p a s t e ...............................................................................................................
T o m a to paste, all o th e r sizes (incl. b u lk ) ......................................................
T o m a to pulp and puree ...........................................................................................
Jam s, je llie s and p re serves ........................................................................................
S traw berry jam s and p re s e rv e s ............................................................................
O the r jam s and p re s e rv e s ......................................................................................
G rape je lly ......................................................................................................................
O the r je llie s ...................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ceipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
C anned sp ecia ltie s ....................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................
Frozen fru its and v e g e ta b le s ..................................................................................

2 03 3-20 7
2033-20792
2033-215
2033-235
2033-255
2033-258
2033-275
2033-276
2033-291
2 033-293
2 033-294
2 033-295
2 033-296
2033-297
2033-299
2033-3
2033-321
2033-4
2033-411
2033-425
2033-428
2033-431
203 3-47 2
203 3-49 2
2033-5
203 3-51 5
2033-6
203 3-61 4
2033-61413
2033-61419
2033-621
2 03 3-62 1 22
203 3-62 1 23
2 033-662
2033-66264
2033-691
2033-8
2033-811
2033-815
2033-821
2033-825
2033-SM
2033-M
2033-Z 89
2033-S
2032-S
2033-SS S
2037-S

Dried and d eh ydrate d fruits, v e ge tab le s and s o u p s ......................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
Dried fru its and v e g e ta b le s .........................................................................................
Dried fru its ....................................................................................................................
R aisins ...
P runes ....
O the r fru its ................................................................................................................
Dried v e g e ta b le s .........................................................................................................
P otatoes (including flakes, granules, e t c . ) ....................................................
O nions ...
O the r v e g e ta b le s ....................................................................................................
Dried s o u p s .......................................................................................................................
Dried soups ..................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2034

Pickles, sauces and salad d re s s in g s ...................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P ickles and o th e r pickled p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................
F e rm ented pickle s .....................................................................................................
Dill p ic k le s .................................................................................................................
S w eet p ic k le s ...........................................................................................................
O the r fin ishe d p ickled p r o d u c ts ............................................................................
M eat s a u c e s ......................................................................................................................
Prepared m ustard .......................................................................................................
O the r s a u c e s ................................................................................................................
M ayonnaise, salad d ressings and sandw ich spreads ......................................
Salad d re s s in g .............................................................................................................
M a y o n n a is e ...................................................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................

2035

2034-P
2034-X
2034-1
2034-113
2034-115
2034-123
2034-2
2034-213
2034-237
2034-241
2034-3
2034-311
2034-SM
2034-S

2035-P
2035-2
2035-212
2035-21211
2035-21215
2035-233
2035-3
2035-311
2035-351
2035-4
2035-411
2035-423
2035-SM

See footnotes at end of table.




18

Sep.
19892

O ct.
19892

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

132.8
124.2
140.8
126.0
114.3
97.4
156.5
144.0
99.6
133.7
109.8
112.5
131.8
145.7
100.6
123.4
122.3
132.5
121.1
119.9
131.5
131.9
123.9
144.9
145.1
148.4
126.2
126.9
105.0
102.2
126.9
100.8
122.1
122.5
122.8
133.3
127.7
128.5
122.5
112.7
146.9

134.8
121.9
139.6
133.6
115.2
101.0
142.2
160.8
99.6
133.7
109.2
111.4
122.2
143.9
104.4
123.5
122.4
132.9
120.6
124.4
131.5
132.5
123.9
145.3
140.8
142.6
127.6
129.1
105.2
104.4
127.8
102.1
121.9
123.3
123.7
133.3
128.8
128.9
122.5
123.0
141.5

139.3
126.9
139.7
132.1
116.1
101.6
145.2
143.6
103.6
135.3
99.9
105.8
121.7
144.8
104.4
123.4
122.2
133.1
120.7
124.4
131.5
132.5
125.0
145.3
144.1
147.1
127.4
128.4
105.0
103.8
127.7
102.0
121.9
123.5
124.0
134.4
128.4
125.8
122.5
123.1
142.1

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

87.3
86.3
144.9
124.6
122.4
189.2

87.3
86.3
145.2
121.3
125.9
187.3

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

127.9
128.3
130.7
100.2
90.2
114.1
111.7
158.2
205.0
91.7
95.3
119.1
119.1

130.1
130.8
133.8
102.7
(3)
115.5
113.0
161.8
211.7
91.0
94.6
119.1
119.1

1 2 /8 2

119.4

0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
1 2 /8 6
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

131.8
132.9
135.2
114.9
135.4
143.2
136.0
146.9
140.5
150.3
129.2
131.7
131.2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

5.1
5.8
.9
8.8
-1 .6
1.6
-5 .3
3.8
3.6
7.5
-7.1
-5 .5
-2 .9
3.2
3.7
14.8
14.6
.6
2.5
5.2

(3)
5.7
3.0
3.3
14.6
2.5

3.3
4.1
.1
-1.1
.8
.6
2.1
-1 0 .7
4.0
1.2
-8 .5
-5 .0
-.4
.6
0
-.1
-.2
.2
.1
0
0
0
.9
0
2.3
3.2
-.2
-.5
-.2
-.6
-.1
-.1
0
.2
.2
.8
-.3
-2 .4
0
.1
.4

87.3
86.3
144.3
124.7
125.8
182.6

.1
.2
6.1
2.2
5.7
8.3

0
0
-.6
2.8
-.1
-2 .5

129.5
130.1
132.9
100.9
90.0
116.0
113.7
161.8
211.7

13.4
14.3
17.3
6.5
7.5
5.1
6.9
24.5
33.1

-.5
-.5
-.7
-1 .8

(3)
(3)
119.1
119.1

(3)
(3)
2.8
2.8

(3)
(3)

119.4

119.4

1.8

0

135.1
134.4
140.8
119.5
140.4
150.1
142.4
146.9
140.5
150.3
128.6
131.7
130.0

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

5.5
2.5
6.6
6.8
6.9
6.6
4.6
2.1
-3 .9
5.4
.2
.3
-1.1

1.6
.4
-.1
-.5
-.7
-.1
1.6
0
0
0
.7
0
0

(3)
-1 .2
2.5
.1
.6
1.2
5.3
3.0
-4 .0
5.1
3.2
-3 .7
(3)
8.5
9.4

(3)
.4
.6
0
0

0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t change
to O ct. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

P ickles, sauces and salad d re ssing s— C ontinued
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................
C anned fru its and v e g e ta b le s ...............................................................................
O the r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

Sep.
19892

Oct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

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

129.5
115.0
131.4

135.9
115.4
138.1

140.9
113.6
143.9

11.0
.7
11.7

3.7
-1 .6
4.2

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 4 /8 9
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 7/81
0 7/8 1
0 7/81
0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
06/8 1
0 6/8 1

128.8
125.2
122.8

127.2
124.0
120.4
99.4
124.7
127.1
123.3
130.3
118.8
132.2
122.3
124.4
107.9
110.0
116.5
126.8
138.3
106.2
136.5
109.2

-.1
.7
-2 .7

(3)
129.6
139.5
127.0
131.3
118.8
133.5
109.2
111.1
112.8
115.0
112.5
127.0
138.0
110.3
138.3
110.5
121.6
105.0
129.2
101.4
134.8
109.4
143.8
139.0
125.8

128.0
125.1
121.8
99.4
127.9
127.1
130.4
130.1
118.8
132.0
109.2
111.1
112.8
115.0
115.0
127.6
139.0
110.3
136.5
113.4
123.3
105.1
129.9
100.3
136.0

(3)
-4 .8
-1 0 .4
.6
-5 .8
-3 .7
-6 .2
7.6
7.5
-.7
-.7
-.3
3.5
12.7
-1 .9
6.8
6.4

-.6
-.9
-1.1
0
-2 .5
.0
-5 .4
.2
0
.2
12.0
12.0
-4 .3
-4 .3
1.3
-.6
-.5
-3 .7
0
-3 .7

(3)
105.1
129.0
98.5
135.3
105.0

(3)
4.3
1.4
-1 3 .6
4.2
-.8

(3)
140.9
126.1

(3)
12.6
.7

(3)
(3)
-.4
0

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

(3)
(3)
115.1
121.4
109.7

179.5
271.0
117.1
125.6
109.8

(3)
(3)
117.6
125.7
110.6

(3)
(3)
4.4
5.6

(3)
(3)
.4
.1

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

123.6
126.8
129.9
134.8
125.7
120.8

124.3
128.4
132.0
135.7
127.6
122.4

124.4
127.9
131.9
135.7
127.6
124.0

4.8
6.0
6.2
7.1
4.4
4.6

.1
-.4
-.1
0
0
1.3

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

130.0
130.4
152.9
106.5
118.2
116.2
117.9
114.6

136.1
132.5
157.0
107.4
118.2
116.5
118.0
115.0

133.6
131.4
154.2
107.4
118.7
116.9
118.8
115.0

6.7
6.1
5.9
2.5
4.6
5.8
5.9
5.8

-1 .8
-.8
-1 .8
0

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

125.6
129.0
146.5

122.4
124.1

-.8
-1 .9
18.0

.9
1.4

(3)

123.5
125.8
150.7

1 2 /8 4

115.9

115.8

115.5

-1 .8

-.3

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

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

110.7
110.0
112.7
112.6

108.9
108.2
109.2
107,5

109.5
108.8
108.3
105.9

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

.6
.6
-.8
-1 .5

2 041-113
204 1-11 5
204 1-11 7

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

110.5
119.1
119.2

104.6
117.6
120.7

106.3
119.5
121.7

-.6
2.8
2.5

1.6
1.6
.8

204 1-12 3
2 041-127
2041-2
204 1-21 3
2041-3
2041-311
2041-321
2 041-395

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

127.3
139.1
76.9
75.1
93.6
111.3
92.5
104.4

127.9
133.9
85.7
84.4
91.9
111.3
87.7
102.2

127.9
133.3
99.3
98.9
90.6
111.3
88.7
99.4

.4

-.4

-1 4 .2
-1 3 .9
-7 .3
6.5
-6 .5
-2 .6

15.9
17.2
-1 .4
0
1.1
-2 .7

2035-S
2033-S
2035-SS S

Frozen fru its and v e g e ta b le s ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c tio n .............................................................................................................
Frozen fruits, ju ice s and ades ...................................................................................
O th e r fro zen berries including rasp be rries .......................................................
Frozen orange ju ic e ...................................................................................................
Frozen orange juice, o ver one g a llo n .............................................................
Frozen orange juice, 10.1 to 13 oz ................................................................
Frozen grapefruit juice .............................................................................................
Frozen grapefruit juice, 4.1 to 7 oz ................................................................
Frozen grapefruit juice, all o th e r s iz e s ...........................................................
Frozen le m o n a d e .......................................................................................................
Frozen lem onade, 10.1 to 13 o z ......................................................................
Frozen grape ju ic e .....................................................................................................
Frozen grape juice, 10.1 to 13 o z ....................................................................
O the r frozen fruit and berry juice, conce ntrate d ............................................
Frozen v e g e ta b le s ..........................................................................................................
Frozen green beans ..................................................................................................
Frozen brussels sprouts
Frozen c a r r o ts .................
Frozen c a u liflo w e r..........
Frozen su ccota sh ..........
O th e r fro zen c o m b in a tio n s .....................................................................................
Frozen fre nch fried p o ta to e s ..................................................................................
Frozen fre nch fried pota to e s, tw o lbs. and und er .....................................
Frozen fre nch fried pota to e s, o ver tw o lb s....................................................
O th e r fro zen p o ta to p ro d u c ts ................................................................................
Frozen sw eet cut corn, y e llo w ..............................................................................
Frozen sw eet cob corn, y e llo w .............................................................................
O the r frozen ve ge tab le s ..........................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re c e ip ts .............................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Canned fruits and v e g e ta b le s ...............................................................................
All oth e r secondary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................

2037

Frozen s p e c ia ltie s ......................................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts .................................................................................................................
Frozen pies and o th e r baked g oods ......................................................................
Frozen p ie s ...................................................................................................................
S w eet ye ast goods incl. yeast raised donuts, sw e et ro lls ,e tc ....................
S o ft ca kes(po un d s,laye rs,sh ee t, fru it,ch e ese ,etc.) ........................................
O th e r frozen baked g o o ds(w a ffle s, co o kie s,pa strie s,etc.)e xcl. bread
and r o l l s .................................................................................................................
Frozen d inn e rs,be e f,p ork,p o ultry pies and n atio na lity f o o d s .........................
Frozen dinn e rs ............................................................................................................
Frozen pizza ....................
Frozen natio na lity foo d .
O th e r frozen sp e cia ltie s ...
F rozen e n tr e e s ................
O the r fro zen s p e c ia ltie s ...........................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
Food p re p a ra tio n s,n .e .c.............................................................................................

2038

G rain mill p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................................

204

Flo u r and o th e r grain mill pro du cts .....................................................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
W h e at f lo u r .......................................................................................................................
B a ke rs’ and institutio na l w h ite bread -type flo u r shipped in b u lk ..............
B a ke rs’ and institutio na l w h ite bread -type flo u r sh ipped in
c o n ta in e r s .............................................................................................................
B a ke rs’ and institutio na l so ft w h ea t flo u r shipp e d in bulk .........................
B a ke rs’ and in stitutio na l so ft w h ea t flo ur shipp e d in c o n ta in e rs ..............
F am ily w h ite flo u r 25lb s o r m ore (incl a ll-p u rpo se fo r d o m e stic
d o n a tio n ) ................................................................................................................
Flour shipped fo r pro cessin g into o th e r foo d p r o d u c t s ...............................
O the r w h ea t mill p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................................
W h e at mill f e e d ...........................................................................................................
Corn mill p r o d u c ts ..........................................................................................................
W hole c o rn m e a l..........................................................................................................
Corn g rits and h o m in y ..............................................................................................
O the r corn mill p ro du cts (for hum an co nsu m p tion ) ......................................

2041

2037-P
2037-1
2037-164
2037-179
2037-17901
2037-17903
2037-183
2037-18301
2037-18302
2037-189
2 037-18902
2037-191
2 037-19102
2037-195
2037-2
2037-213
2037-231
2 037-233
2 03 7-23 5
2 037-243
2 03 7-24 6
2 03 7-24 8
2037-24801
203 7-24 8 02
2037-249
2037-253
2037-255
2037-298
2037-SM
2037-M
2 037-Z 89
2037-S
2033-S
2037-SS S

2038-P
2038-1
2038-111
2 038-113
2 038-114
203 8-11 8
2038-2
203 8-22 5
203 8-24 3
203 8-24 5
2 038-3
2 038-313
2 03 8-31 8
2 038-S M
2038-S
2038-SS S
2099-SS S

See footnotes at end of table.




19

(3)
140.4
141.5
126.1

.
5

7.3

(3)
0
-.7
-1 .8
-.5

.
7

.4
.3

.
7
0

(3)

0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

Flo u r and o th e r grain mill p ro d u cts— C ontin u ed
B lended and pre pa re d f l o u r ........................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2041-5
2 04 1 -SM
2 04 1 -S

Oct.
198 9 2

119.8

119.8

119.8

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

0.3

0

11.6

0

139.9
152.9
152.8
154.5
149.4
152.3
149.7
159.3
154.0
165.0

10.2
11.9
12.7
13.5
10.6
10.8
11.3
17.9
7.8
4.1

.2
.2
-.2
0
1.0
-4 .0
0
-.4
2.9
2.9

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

94.4
94.5
96.0
97.1
89.4
109.3
105.5
105.3
102.5
111.2
83.7
95.7

97.7
96.6
99.2
100.1
92.4
110.6
109.9
105.3
102.9
111.4
77.7
91.8

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

.6
-1 .7
-1 .3
-2 .8
-3 .5
-.2
-3 .7
4.1
8.3
-1 .8
-5 .4
4.9

0
0
-.6
-1 .0
-.4
-.1
-2 .6
.2
-.1
0
5.7
5.6

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

107.8
106.7
106.7
106.1
113.0
108:9
102.9
99.3
103.5
113.6
80.0
109.4
108.7
107.2

109.0
107.8
107.8
107.4
116.0
117.3
102.9
99.3

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

5.3
5.5
5.5
5.9
10.9
10.8
3.0
0
2.2
7.6
.1
3.8
4.0
0

.4
.4
.4
.5
0
0
0
0

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

116.5
116.5
117.0
122.5
108.7

119.0
119.0
118.4
122.5
(3)

119.8
119.8
118.4
122.5
112.2

4.6
4.6
3.8
4.1
3.4

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

114.6
114.6
121.1
127.7
128.6
122.4
114.8
115.9
111.8
101.0
72.5
133.7
154.6
166.9

114.1
114.4
123.5
131.5
131.3
126.1
114.1
115.1
112.5
100.9
67.9
130.2
152.1
165.5

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

1.9
3.3
8.0
8.6
7.4
12.4
9.0
9.5
5.3
3.3
-1 0 .7
-7 .9
-7 .9
-6 .8

-3 .4
-3 .6
-9 .5
-6 .3
-7 .2
-1 6 .7
-.8
-.9
0
-.2
4.3
5.1
3.0
7.1

0 6 /8 5

115.1

111.8

109.6

-7 .4

-2 .0

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

113.9
114.0
113.7
115.1
111.3
119.7
118.6
111.6
109.9
118.4
103.6
120.3

115.0
115.4
115.2
117.1
113.3
120.1
121.4
113.2
109.9
118.4
101.3
121.4

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

1.4
3.2
3.3
3.4
6.7
2.3
3.1
2.1
3.1
-4 .9
2.2
2.1

.1
.1
.1
.1
-.4
1.1
-.4
1.2
0
-.1
1.7
0

1 2 /8 5

109.7

107.8

108.4

-1 3 .8

.6

2045

2046

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

142.5

139.6
152.6
153.1
154.5
147.9
158.6
149.7
160.0
149.6
160.3

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

W e t corn m illing ..........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro d u cts .................................................................................................................
Corn sw e e te n e rs ............................................................................................................
G lu cose syrup .............................................................................................................
Typ e III (58 up to 98 d e xtro se equ iva le nt) ...................................................
High fru cto se co rn syrup .........................................................................................
M a n ufa ctu re d starch .....................................................................................................
Corn s t a r c h ...................................................................................................................
O th e r starch (including pota to , w heat, rice, e tc.) ...........................................
D extrin (corn, ta p io ca and o th e r ) ..........................................................................
C orn oil ...............................................................................................................................
W e t p ro cess co rn b y p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................
Corn glute n fee d .........................................................................................................
Corn g lute n m eal ........................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

142.5

137.8
150.0
151.0
154.5
145.9
151.5
147.9
157.5
143.3
160.3

2044

B lended and prepared f lo u r ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B le nd ed and pre pa re d flo u r m ade ch ie fly fro m purcha sed f l o u r .................
Flour m ixes ...................................................................................................................
C a ke mixes, less than 5 lbs.
C ake mixes, 5 lbs or m ore ...
C ookie, doughnut, o th e r sw e e t ye ast m ixtures, less than 5 lb s ............
Cookie, doughnut, o th e r sw e et ye a st m ixtures, 5 ids or m o r e .............
B read and bread-type roll mixes, 5 lbs or m o r e ........................................
O the r prepared flo u r mixes, less than 5 lb s..................................................
O the r prepared flo u r mixes, 5 lbs or m o r e ...................................................
R efrigerated d o u g h s ..................................................................................................
R efrigerated b iscuit d o u g h ..................................................................................
O the r refrigerated d o u g h s ...................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O the r secon da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
Food preparations, n .e .c.......................................................................................... .

142.5

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

2043

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

0 6 /8 3

2043-P
2043-1
2043-111
2 043-112
2 043-115
2 043-117
2 043-119
2043-2
2 04 3-25 2

Cereal b re a kfa st f o o d s .............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R eady to serve cereal b re a kfa st f o o d s ..................................................................
Corn fla ke s and o th e r co rn b re akfa st f o o d s ....................................................
W h e a t fla ke s and o th e r w h e a t b re akfa st fo o d s .............................................
O at b re akfa st f o o d s ...................................................................................................
Rice b re akfa st f o o d s .................................................................................................
P re pa ra tion s of o th e r grains and m ixed grains,incl. baby c e r e a ls ..........
To be co oke d b efo re serving cere al b re a kfa st f o o d s ......................................
Farina and o th e r w h ea t f o o d s ................................................. .............................

2047

2045-P
2045-5
204 5-5A
204 5-55 3
204 5-55 4
2045-561
2045-562
2045-567
2045-568
2045-569
2045-5B
2045-571
2045-579
2045-SM
2045-M
2045-Z 89
2045-S
2045-SS S
2099-S

2046-P
2046-1
2046-101
204 6-10 1 05
2 046-105
2046-3
2046-301
2 046-303
2 046-305
2046-5
2046-7
2046-701
2046-703
2046-SM
2046-S

2047-P
2047-1
2 0 4 7-1 A
2047-123
2 047-125
2 047-127
2 047-133
2 0 4 7 -1 B
2 047-153
2 0 4 7-1 C
2047-2
2047-SM
2047-S

See footnotes at end of table.




0 6 /8 3

Sep.
198 9 2

20

(3)
113.6
79.9
109.7
109.1
107.2

(3)
3.5
.1
0
0
0
.7
.7
0
0
(3)

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

Prepared anim al feeds, n .e .c...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P oultry feeds, egg type, bro ile r and tu r k e y ...........................................................
S tarte r-g ro w e r, co m p le te .........................................................................................
L ayer-breeder, c o m p le te ..........................................................................................
Broiler, c o m p le te .........................................................................................................
L ayer-breeder, su p p le m e nts and c o n ce n tra te s ..............................................
Dairy ca ttle feeds, c o m p le te ......................................................................................
Dairy ca ttle feed, su pp le m e nts and c o nce ntrate s .............................................
Sw ine feeds, co m p lete .................................................................................................
Sw ine feed, su pplem ents and co nce ntrate s ..
B eef ca ttle feeds, c o m p le te .................................
B ee f ca ttle feed, su pp le m e nts and co n ce n tra te s
O th e r pou ltry and live stock feeds, including duck, geese, horse, mule,
e tc ..................................................................................................................................
H orse and mule, co m p le te f e e d ...........................................................................
O th e r p repared anim al f e e d s .....................................................................................
G rain, ground, rolled, pulverized, ch op pe d , or crim ped, exclud in g
co rn m ea l ...............................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2048

B akery p ro du cts ..........................................................................................................................

Sep.
19892

O ct.
198 9 2

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2048-P
2048-1
2048-111
204 8-11 5
204 8-11 6
2048-117
2048-2
2048-3
2048-4
2048-5
2048-6
2048-7

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

96.1
95.7
88.7
69.5
93.4
96.6
97.8
91.7
97.4
101.7
107.0
115.0
97.2

94.6
94.3
87.8
73.6
90.9
94.8
96 7
90.0
96.7
99.1
105.8
113.4
97.6

94.2
94.1
86.4
71.8
91.4
91.7
96.6
92.5
95.7
98.8
103.4
116.1
98.4

-9 .9
-1 0 .0
-1 3 .7
-1 5 .6
-1 0 .4
-1 5 .6
-8 .0
-8 .4
-13.1
-9 .4
-1 2 .3
-1 .7
-2 .5

-0 .4
-.2
-1 .6
-2 .4
.6
-3 .3
-.1
2.8
-1 .0
-.3
-2 .3
2.4
.8

2048-8
204 8-81 6
2048-9

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

105.4
116.8
101.6

102.7
113.5
97.2

103.0
113.8
98.3

-8.1
-9 .0
-.7

.3
.3
1.1

2048-911
2048-S M
2048-M
2048-Z 89
2048-S

1 2 /8 0

57.0

55.2

54.8

.9

-.7

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

97.3
97.0
104.7

93.2
92.9
103.3

90.1
89.8
103.3

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

-3 .3
-3 .3
0

205

1 2 /8 4

123.0

125.5

125.8

6.1

.2

B read, cake, and rela ted p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B r e a d ...................................................................................................................................
W h ite bread ..................................................................................................................
W h ite pan b r e a d .....................................................................................................
W h ite pan bread, N o rth e a s t...........................................................................
W h ite pan bread, N orth C e n tr a l....................................................................
W h ite pan bread, S o u t h ...................................................................................
W h ite pan bread, W e s t ....................................................................................
W h ite hearth bread ...............................................................................................
O th e r bread ......................... ........................................................................................
Dark w h ea t b r e a d ...................................................................................................
Rye b r e a d ..................................................................................................................
O the r variety bread ...............................................................................................
B read type rolls, stuffing, and c ru m b s ....................................................................
B read type r o lls ...........................................................................................................
H a m b urge r and w e in e r r o lls ...............................................................................
Brow n and serve r o lls ...........................................................................................
O ther bread type r o lls ...........................................................................................
S w e et yeast g o o d s .........................................................................................................
O the r sw e et yeast g oods .......................................................................................
S oft cakes .........................................................................................................................
S nack c a k e s .................................................................................................................
O the r so ft c a k e s .........................................................................................................
Pies .....................................................................................................................................
S nack p ie s ....................................................................................................................
O the r pies .....................................................................................................................
Cake type d o u g h n u ts ....................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts ................................................ ................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
C o okies and cra cke rs ..............................................................................................

2051

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

153.3
152.5
152.1
151.5
150.1
159.8
155.7
138.3
148.4
165.1
154.1
151.5
161.1
156.9
146.9
147.8
146.5
145.8
149.8
144.5
142.6
168.2
173.7
156.9
168.9
181.6
152.4
138.6

155.8
155.2
155.0
154.6
153.3
163.3
160.3
139.7
152.4
166.6
156.6
152.9
162.3
163.9
149.6
150.0
148.9
149.3
152.3
145.3
143.8
169.8
175.8
157.1
169.7
181.6
154.4
147.7

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

5.5
5.2
7.8
8.1
8.0
8.0
8.1
8.8
6.2
9.5
6.8
7.5
4.8
7.1
2.9
3.0
2.7
(3)
7.0
3.7
2.3
1.6
1.9
.7
.6
2.7
-2 .5
8.2

.3
.1
.5
.5
.7
1.2
.2
.9
.3
0
.4
.8
0
-.2
-.5
-.1
-.2
-1 .2
.8
0
0
0
0
0
.1
0
.2
-.7

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

159.1
128.5
136.4
139.7
134.3

160.8
129.9
138.1
140.4
136.9

162.2
131.0
138.1
140.4
136.9

5.9
6.0
4.1
3.5
4.5

.9
.8
0
0
0

C o o kie s and c ra c k e rs ...............................................................................................................
P rim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
C rackers, cra cke r sandw iches, and p r e tz e ls .......................................................
C r a c k e rs .........................................................................................................................
G raham c ra c k e rs ....................................................................................................
S a ltin e s ......................................................................................................................
O the r c r a c k e r s .........................................................................................................
C racker s a n d w ic h e s ..............................................................................................
P re tz e ls ......................................................................................................................
C ookies and ice cream c o n e s ...................................................................................
C ookies ..........................................................................................................................
S andw ich co okie s ..................................................................................................
M a rshm allow co okie s ...........................................................................................
All oth e r co okie s and w a fe r s .............................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r secondary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2052

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

133.2
135.1
144.3
149.3
127.1
139.7
157.8
108.2
118.3
128.1
127.3
137.2
121.6
123.5

137.3
139.4
149.3
154.5
135.7
145.8
162.4
117.0
118.3
131.9
131.1
141.1

7.8
8.4
9.5
10.2
9.5
12.1
9.7
8.1
.8
7.5
7.3
8.3
7.6
7.0

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

(3)
127.6

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

(3)
.4

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

121.3
121.3
111.4
111.4

121.3
121.3
115.6
120.0

121.3
121.3
115.6
120.0

1.9
1.9
4.1
8.6

0
0
0
0

2 0 5 1 -P
2051-1
2 05 1 -1 A
2051-111
2051-11101
205 1-11 1 02
205 1-11 1 03
2 05 1-11 1 04
205 1-11 3
2 0 5 1 -1 B
205 1-11 5
205 1-11 7
205 1-12 8
2051-2
2 051-23
2051-233
2051-235
2051-239
2051-3
2051-398
2051-4
2 051-413
2051-418
2051-5
2051-513
2051-519
2051-7
2 0 5 1 -SM
2 0 5 1 -M
2 0 5 1 -Z99
2 0 5 1-S
2 0 5 1 -SSS
2052-S

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

See footnotes at end of table.




21

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co d e

P roduct
co d e

Index
June
198 9 2

Sep.
198 9 2

O ct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

S ugar and co n fe ctio n e ry p ro d u c ts .......................................................................................

206

1 2 /8 4

110.4

110.7

110.7

3.1

0

R aw cane sugar m i lls ................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
R aw cane sugar .............................................................................................................
B yprod ucts and o th e r p r o d u c ts ................................................................................
M olasses and syrup ..................................................................................................

2061
2 061-P
2061-1
2061-2
2061-265

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

112.0
112.0
112.4
109.2
109.2

115.4
115.4
115.8

114.3
114.3
114.7

3.1
3.1
6.5

-1 .0
-1 .0
-.9

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

Cane sugar re fin in g ....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R efined cane s u g a r ........................................................................................................
G ranulated cane s u g a r.............................................................................................
C onsum er u n its ........................................................................................................
C om m ercial u n it s ....................................................................................................

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

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

120.3
120.3
120.3
120.0
120.3
119.4

124.7
124.7
124.7
124.9
125.0
124.3

124.8
124.8
124.8
125.0
125.0
124.3

11.0
11.0
11.0
6.8
5.4
8.5

.1
.1
.1
.1
0
0

B ee t sugar p ro cessing .............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B eet s u g a r .........................................................................................................................
G ranulated beet sugar .............................................................................................
Individual services and consu m e r units ........................................................
Bulk sh ipm ents ........................................................................................................
Liquid sugar o r s y r u p .................................................................................................
S ucrose t y p e ............................................................................................................
O the r p ro du cts and b y p r o d u c ts .................................................................................

2063
2063-P
2063-1
2 06 3-1 X
2063-107
2063-115
2 063-15
2063-151
2063-2

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

121.3
121.5
121.9
120.9
117.6
111.4
127.2
114.5
117.4

119.9
120.1
120.3
119.3
116.4
112.5
126.5
113.8
118.2

117.0
117.2
117.2
116.2
116.0
110.5
124.4
109.4
116.4

.5
.5
.4
-.3
2.4
2.8
8.1
11.7
.6

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

C o nfe ction e ry p ro du cts ............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C h oco la te and c h o co la te -typ e co nfe ction ery p ro d u c ts ....................................
C h oco la te and ch oco la te -typ e c o nfe ction ery p ro du cts ...............................
N o n ch o co la te -typ e co n fe ctio n e ry p ro du cts ..........................................................
N o n ch o co la te -typ e c o n fe ctio n e ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................
C o nfe ction e ry products, n .e .c......................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ceipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2065

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

119.7
120.7

119.9
120.9

120.7
121.8

2.5
2.4

.7
.7

0 6 /8 3

117.8

117.9

118.0

.1

.1

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

120.1
126.5

120.5
127.1

122.1
128.3

4.3
3.9

1.3
.9

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

117.8
117.8
105.5

117.8
117.8
105.5

117.8
117.8
105.5

7.5
7.5
-1 .7

0
0
0

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

2066

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

107.8
107.5
93.9
78.0
90.7

107.4
107.2
91.5
75.7
88.5

106.6
106.3
91.3
74.2
89.3

.8
.7
-7.1
-1 2 .5
-3 .7

-.7
-.8
-.2
-2 .0
.9

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

116.5
106.9
94.8

117.0
106.7
94.7

116.9
104.9
91.2

-.3
5.2
-6.1

-.1
-1 .7
-3 .7

0 6 /8 3

103.6

102.6

(3)

(3)

(3)

C hew ing gum and gum b a s e ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C hew ing gum ...................................................................................................................
N o n d ie te tic ch ew ing gum ........................................................................................

2067

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

126.5
126.9
128.8
128.8

119.7
119.9
120.9
120.9

119.7
119.9
120.9
120.9

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

0
0
0
0

F a ts and o i l s .................................................................................................................................

207

1 2 /8 4

105.1

103.8

98.0

-15 .1

-5 .6

C o tto n se e d oil mill p r o d u c ts ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C o tto n se e d oil, c r u d e ....................................................................................................
C o tto n se e d oil, c r u d e ................................................................................................
C o tto n se e d oil, o n ce r e fin e d ......................................................................................
C o tto n se e d oil, o n ce r e f in e d ..................................................................................
C o tto n lin t e r s ....................................................................................................................
C o tto n lin t e r s ................................................................................................................
C o tto n se e d cake, meal, and o th e r b y p r o d u c ts ...................................................
C o tto n se e d ca ke and m eal ....................................................................................
C o tto n see d h u ll s .........................................................................................................

2074

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

109.1
109.4
67.7
67.7
6 6.6
66.6
149.7
149.7
181.6
179.5
206.3

106.5
110.8
65.9
65.9
62.1
62.1
162.9
162.9
189.0
194.5
180.5

108.3
113.2
65.8
65.8
6 2.4
62.4
162.9
162.9
196.5
195.3
220.0

-8 .6
-1 .7
-5.1
-5.1
-1 1 .7
-1 1 .7
49.6
49.6
-2 .8
-1 4 .3
2.6

1.7
2.2
-.2
-.2
.5
.5
0
0
4.0
.4
21.9

S oybean oil mill p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S oybean oil .......................................................................................................................
C rude so ybean o i l .......................................................................................................
S oyb e an oil, crude, n ot d e g u m m e d ................................................................
S oybean cake, meal, and o th e r b y p r o d u c ts ........................................................
S oybean byproducts, m eal .....................................................................................

2075

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

93.5
93.0

92.2
93.9

82.3
82.4

-2 3 .3
-2 3 .3

-1 0 .7
-1 2 .2

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

70.7
75.3
105.4
105.6

68.5
68.2
108.2
108.3

63.9
67.2
92.6
92.4

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

-6 .7
-1 .5
-1 4 .4
-1 4 .7

V eg etable oil mills, n .e .c............................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
V eg etable oils, o th e r than corn, co tto nse e d, soybean, and lin s e e d ..........

2076

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

132.3
127.2
108.1

128.3
119.6
100.5

128.0
121.4
102.5

-.9
-9 .0
-4 .9

-.2
1.5
2.0

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

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

2067-P
2067-1
2 067-112

2074-P
2074-1
2074-111
2074-2
2074-211
2074-3
2074-311
2074-4
2 074-414
2074-451

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

2076-P
2076-2

See footnotes at end of table.




22

(3)
(3)

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

Anim al and m arine fa ts and o i l s ...........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G rease and inedible ta llo w .........................................................................................
Inedible tallow , including ined ib le a nim al s te a rin ............................................
Inedible b eef t a llo w ...............................................................................................
O the r ined ib le ta llo w and ined ib le anim al s t e a r in ......................................
G rease, o th e r than w o ol g r e a s e ...........................................................................
Feed and fe rtilize r b y -p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................
M e a t/b o n e m eal .........................................................................................................
M eat m eal and m eat and bone m e a l.............................................................
Dry rendered ta n ka g e ..............................................................................................
Fe ath er m eal ...............................................................................................................
A nim al and m arine oil mill p roducts, including f o o t s ........................................
Fish and m arine anim al oil .....................................................................................
Fish scrap and m e a l..................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ................................................................................................
S hortening and cooking o i l s ...................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts ................................................................................................................
S hortening and cooking oils ......................................................................................
B aking or frying fats (shortening), 100% ve ge tab le oil ...............................
C om m ercial sizes, o ver 3 lb s ..............................................................................
B aking or frying fats (shortening), 100% anim al fats o r blends of
ve ge tab le and anim al f a t s ..............................................................................
C onsum er sizes, 3 lbs. or l e s s ..........................................................................
Com m ercial sizes, o ver 3 lb s..............................................................................
Hydrogenated oils oth e r than baking o r frying f a t s .......................................
S alad or cooking oils, o th e r soybean oil ...........................................................
S alad or cooking oils, ve ge tab le oil blends .....................................................
A ll o th e r salad or co okin g oils ..............................................................................
M a rg a rin e ...........................................................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2079

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

208

M alt b e v e ra g e s ............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts
.........................................................................................................
C anned beer ..........
Light bee r in c a n s ......................................................................................................
R egular bee r in c a n s .................................................................................................
B ottle d bee r ...........
R eturna ble b o ttle s .....................................................................................................
R e gu la r b eer in re turna ble b o t t le s ...................................................................
N o nretu rn ab le b o t t le s ...............................................................................................
Light b e e r'in n on re turn a ble b o ttle s ..................................................................
R egular b ee r in n on re turn a ble b o ttle s ............................................................
B arrels and kegs ............................................................................................................
R e gu la r b ee r in barrels and k e g s .........................................................................
O th e r fe rm e n te d m alt beve ra ge s and b y p r o d u c ts .............................................
M alt liq u o r .....................................................................................................................

2082

M alt and m alt b yprod ucts .......................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
M alt and m alt b y p ro d u c ts ............................................................................................
M alt and m alt b y p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................

2083

W ines, brandy and brandy spirits .........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G rape table w ines ..........................................................................................................
W hite w ines ..................................................................................................................
W hite varietal w in e s ..............................................................................................
W hite generic, sem i-generic, and proprietary w in e s .................................
Red w in e s .....................................................................................................................
Red varie tal w in e s ..................................................................................................
Red generic, sem i-generic, and p ro prieta ry w in e s ....................................
R ose w in e s ...................................................................................................................
R ose generic, sem i-generic, and p ro prieta ry w in e s .................................
O th e r fru it and berry w in e s .........................................................................................
O th e r fru it and berry w in e s .....................................................................................
D essert w in e s ..................................................................................................................
D e ssert w in e s ..............................................................................................................
S parkling wines, natural and c a rb o n a te d ..............................................................
S parkling wines, natural and ca rb on ate d ..........................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2084

Distilled liquor, e xcept brandy ................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts .................................................................................................................

2085

2077-P
2077-1
2077-111
2077-11111
207 7-11 1 13
2 077-113
2077-2
2077-211
2077-21111
2 07 7-21 2
2 07 7-23 7
2077-3
2077-361
2 07 7-36 6
2077-SM
2077-M

2079-P
2079-1
2079-113
2079-11303
2079-115
2079-11505
2 079-11507
2079-142
2079-152
2 079-154
2079-159
2079-2
2079-SM
2079-S

2082-P
2082-1
2082-111
208 2-11 2
2082-2
2082-211
208 2-21 1 12
2082-221
2082-22111
2 08 2-22 1 12
2 082-3
2 08 2-31 2
2082-4
2082-411

2083-P
2083-1
2083-121

2084-P
2084-1
2084-112
2084-11211
2084-11221
208 4-11 4
2084-11411
2084-11421
2 08 4-11 6
2 084-11621
2084-3
2084-311
2084-4
2084-411
2084-5
2084-511
2084-SM
2084-S

2085-P

See footnotes at end of table.




23

O ct.
19892

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

124.2
116.0
106.2
106.1
104.0
110.5
107.1
125.8
120.5
118.9
118.6
103.4
118.4
134.0
116.2

117.5
107.7
92.4
93.0
91.2
97.1
89.2
121.5
120.1
118.6
110.6
103.2
115.1
133.4

119.5
109.9
100.7
101.1
98.8
106.3
98.2
118.0
116.6
115.1
103.8
106.5
115.4
134.7

111.2

1 2 /8 2

100.8

107.3

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

119.3
118.6
117.6
126.5
125.4

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

103.4
90.8
106.1
113.2
106.5
112.7
123.7
121.1

12/81

128.1

1 2 /8 4

2077

Sep.
198 9 2

109.6

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

117.5
117.5
120.4
107.6
122.1
114.5

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

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

111.2

-14.1
-1 6 .0
-1 0 .6
-9 .2
-1 1 .5
-3 .9
-1 8 .7
-18.1
-1 5 .6
-1 5 .6
-2 2 .8
-1 8 .3
-2 2 .7
-1 7 .2
-2 7 .8

1.7
2.0
9.0
8.7
8.3
9.5
10.1
-2 .9
-2 .9
-3 .0
-6.1
3.2
.3
1.0
0

108.0

2.9

.7

117.9
117.4
115.9
122.9
120.6

117.0
116.9
114.9
121.3
118.3

-3 .3
-4.1
-6 .4
-1 0 .9
-1 4 .8

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

103.6
91.0
106.3
111.5
101.6
112.7
122.6
121.3

103.1
91.4

-2 .4
-.4

-.5
.4

(3)
110.1
98.6
113.0

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

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

(3)
121.9

(3)
(3)
2.1

128.2

121.2

-1 3 .2

-5 .5

107.9

108.7

2.0

.7

113.2
113.2
119.4
107.6
120.9
103.1

113.6
113.6
119.5
107.6
121.1
103.9

.1
.1
2.6
-.2
2.9
-5 .4

.4
.4
.1
0
.2
.8

107.3
121.8
123.5
121.6

85.4
121.1
123.6
120.7

86.3
121.9
123.6
121.6

-1 6 .0
4.1
3.9
4.1

1.1
.7
0
.7

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

123.2
103.0
106.7

123.2
103.0
106.7

123.2
103.0
106.7

2.3
3.2
3.3

0
0
0

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

135.9
135.9
135.9
135.9

119.7
119.7
119.7
119.7

119.7
119.7
119.7
119.7

2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2

0
0
0
0

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

109.1
109.5
106.2
102.0
116.6
97.4
113.2
151.1
101.5
102.6
98.1
108.0
108.0
102.7
102.7
100.2
100.2

110.9
111.2
108.5
107.5
117.3
104.3
112.2
143.1
102.7
103.9
98.6
111.5
111.5
105.4
105.4
100.5
100.5

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

5.8
5.2
4.8
7.3
6.2
7.7
3.3
8.3
1.1
3.1
2.8
3.2
3.2
-1 .0
-1 .0
-3 .7
-3 .7

-.4
-.4
.3
-.9
-1 .5
-.6
2.0
6.3
0
0
-.1
0
0
-3 .6
-3 .6
0
0

1 2 /8 3

127.1

127.1

127.1

8.1

0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

114.6
114.2

115.8
115.3

116.3
115.9

7.3
7.4

.4
.5

(3)
.5

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 98 9 2

Sep.
198 9 2

O ct.
1 9892

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

115.2
116.9
105.2
102.4
114.8
108.5
119.5
120.2
108.5

116.5
116.9

117.0
116.9

(3)
(3)
114.8
(3)
121.8
121.9
109.0

(3)
102.4
114.9
108.6
122.6
123.6
109.0

0
3.5
5.2
11.7
7.1
3.1

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

109.6
110.0
107.6

110.1
110.5
107.6

111.7
112.1
107.6

4.5
4.5
.2

1.5
1.4
0

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

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

122.3
122.9
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

120.6
121.0
98.3
95.5
95.1
91.9
104.8
100.1

122.3
122.8
99.8
97.6
97.0
93.0
105.4
101.2

1.2
1.6
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

1.4
1.5
1.5
2.2
2.0
1.2
.6
1.1

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

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

100.0
100.0
100.0

96.5
97.1
95.0

102.3
99.7
98.7

(3)
(3)
(3)

6.0
2.7
3.9

2 08 6-11 2 59
2 08 6-13
2086-131
2086-13111
2 08 6-14
2086-141
2086-14121
2 086-14123
2 086-14124

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

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.1
100.1
98.8
99.0

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

1.1
.8
.9

100.3
98.7
101.5

101.1
100.9
101.0
99.1
100.7
102.4
103.9
98.4
100.7
96.6
90.5
86.1

(3)
(3)
(3)

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1985

D istilled liquor, e xce p t bra nd y— C o ntinued
2 085-3
2 085-312
208 5-31 5
2085-321
208 5-32 5
208 5-33 3
2085-351
208 5-35 5
208 5-35 7
2085-S M
2085-M
208 5-Z 89
2 085-S
2086
B o ttle d and ca nn ed s o ft d r in k s .................................................................................
C anned ca rb o n a te d so ft drin ks in 10 and 12 oz c a n s ................................

O range ...................................................................................................................
O th e r ca rb o n a te d fla vors including ca rb on ate d w a te r and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................

O th e r ca rb o n a te d fla vo rs including ca rb o n a te d w a te r and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................

16 oz b o ttle d ca rb o n a te d so ft d r in k s ..................................................................
N o n d ie te tic ................................................................................................................
C o la .........................................................................................................................
Lem on, lim e and lem on lim e ..........................................................................
R o ot beer, sa rsa pa rilla and ging e r ale ......................................................
O the r ca rb on ate d fla vors including ca rb on ate d w a ter and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................
Low c a lo r ie ................................................................................................................
C ola .........................................................................................................................
O the r carb on ate d fla vors including carbonated w a ter and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................
All o th e r size b ottle d ca rb on ate d so ft d r in k s ...................................................
N o n d ie te tic s ..............................................................................................................
C ola .........................................................................................................................
O the r carb on ate d fla vors including ca rb on ate d w a ter and club
s o d a .................................................................................................................
Low C a lo r ie ...............................................................................................................
C ola .........................................................................................................................
O the r ca rb on ate d fla vors including ca rb on ate d w a ter and club
s o d a ....................... .........................................................................................
Fruit drinks, co ckta ils and ades co nta ining no real fru it juice ..................
S o ft d rin ks sold in b u lk .................................................................................................
C ola .................................................................................................................................
O th e r f la v o r s .................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
Flavoring e xtra cts and sirups, n .e .c.......................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Flavoring e xtracts, e m u lsio ns and o th e r liquid f la v o r s .....................................
N atural e xtra cts in c o n ta in e rs o f m ore tha n 8 o u n c e s ................................
Im itation e x tr a c ts .........................................................................................................
Liquid beve ra ge bases, n ot fo r use by so ft drink b o t t le r s ..............................
C ocktail m ix e s ..............................................................................................................
O the r fla v o r s .................................................................................................................
Liquid beverage bases, fo r use by so ft drink b o ttle r s ......................................
O the r liquid beverage bases co ntaining kola e xtract or fla v o r in g ............
O the r fla v o r s .................................................................................................................
O the r flavoring agents, excep t ch o c o la te sirups; flavoring pow d e rs and
t a b le t s .........................................................................................................................
S oft drinks (e ffe rve sce nt and n on effe rve scen t) .............................................
O the r fla voring pow d e rs and tablets; dry mix co cktails; flavoring
p a s te ........................................................................................................................
Flavoring sirups fo r fountain, ice cream , hom e beverage use, all
fla v o r s ......................................................................................................................
Fruit, crushed or w hole, fo r fou n ta in and ice cream u s e ............................

(3)

0.4
0
(3)
(3)
.1
(3)
.7
1.4
0

.
3
1.7
2.5
3.6

-.3
-.8

2 086-14127
2086-142
2 086-14228

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

100.0
100.0
100.0

97.9
93.3
90.2

2 086-14229
2086-16
2086-161
2086-16142

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

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

98.9
102.3
102.0
101.0

98.7
102.9
102.6
101.8

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

-.2

2086-16144
2086-162
2086-16245

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

100.0
100.0
100.0

104.0
103.8
99.6

104.2
104.3
99.8

(3)
(3)
(3)

.2
.5

2 086-16247
2086-171
2 086-4
2086-411
2086-421
2086-S M
2086-M
2 0 8 6-Z 89
2086-S

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

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

110.1
100.6
99.1
98.3
100.8

111.1

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

.9
0

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

119.7
120.8
115.8

119.2
120.3

120.4
121.5

(3)

(3)

2087-P
2087-1
208 7-11 5
208 7-15 3
2087-2
2087-215
2087-225
2087-3
2087-313
2087-339

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

111.9
113.0
102.9
104.6
102.1
108.9
108.5
121.6
122.0
119.2

112.0
113.2
102.9
104.6
102.1
109.2
112.0
108.8
121.7
122.0
119.9

112.4
113.5
102.9
104.6
102.1
109.0
109.6
108.9
121.7
122.0
119.9

2.0
2.1
12.3
12.4
11.2

-2.1
.1

2087-4
2087-435

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

106.7
101.7

106.9
102.4

107.8
104.3

2.4

2.7

.8
1.9

2087-436

1 2 /8 5

108.6

108.3

109.3

4.5

.9

2 087-459
2087-461

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

109.4
114.9

109.4
114.4

109.4
114.5

.8

-.4

0
.1

2087

See footnotes at end of table.




99.9

7.6
5.5

24

112.2

100.6
101.3
101.6
100.8

-1 .3
-3 .0
-4 .5

.6
.6
.8

.
2

-.7
-.7
(3)
5.9
6.6
1.9

2.3
2.1
2.1

2.2
3.4
0
1.0
1.0
(3)
.4

.
3
0
0
0

-.2

0
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

F lavoring e xtra cts and sirups, n.e.c.— C ontin u ed
Food co lorin gs ............................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2087-471
2 087-S M
2087-S

O ct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

(3)

Sep. 1989

-0.1

1 2 /8 4

115.0

113.9

113.5

2.0

-.4

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

132.1
125.8
125.8
209.3
112.7
109.2
134.1
107.9

124.4
114.2
114.2

-4 .2
-9 .2
-9 .2
-26.1
-1 .4
1.9
4.0
2.8

.7
1.1
1.1

(3)
107.9

125.3
115.5
115.5
151.7
111.1
112.3
132.4
110.9

1 2 /8 4

144.6

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

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

122.5
122.0
144.8
100.0
124.7
100.0

121.9
121.6
147.4
96.9

122.9
122.7
151.0
100.8

1.8
2.5
2.7

.8
.9
2.4
4.0

(3)
104.8
124.9
100.6
194.1
107.2

(3)
106.5
130.3
99.6
192.8
115.4

(3)
127.8
99.6
133.5
132.7
93.6

(3)
99.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

(3)
97.7
105.2
128.3
103.7
97.2
95.4
96.2
92.1
97.5
100.3
99.4
106.0
106.1
98.9

(3)
127.9
99.5
133.6
132.1
96.8
100.4
97.9
105.3
128.7
104.3
97.5
96.2
98.8
90.5
96.7
100.0
99.7
107.0
107.9
98.9

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

(3)
100.0
143.9

108.7
103.9
127.3

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

123.9
124.2
123.6
118.2
123.9
100.2
125.6

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

2098

F ood p re parations, n.e .c............................................................................................................

1.8

2097

M acaroni, spaghetti, and n o o d le s .........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M acaroni, spaghetti, verm ice lli, and o th e r m aca ron i p ro du cts o f all
types, e xcep t ca nn ed ...........................................................................................
M acaroni, spaghetti, verm ice lli, and o th e r m aca ron i p ro du cts of all
types, e xcep t c a n n e d .......................................................................................
N oodle p ro du cts o f all shapes, sizes, and types, excep t c a n n e d ...............
N o od le pro du cts o f all shapes, sizes, and types, e xce p t ca nn ed ..........

104.3

2095

M an ufa ctu re d ice ........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts ................................................................ ................................................
Can or b lock i c e .............................................................................................................
C ubed .crush e d or o th e r p ro cesse d i c e ..................................................................

(3)

104.4

2092

C o ffe e .............................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts ................................................................................................................
W hole bean and ground roasted c o ffe e ...............................................................
W hole bean, roasted c o ff e e ..................................................................................
G round, roaste d c o f f e e ............................................................................................
G round co ffe e m ixtures ...........................................................................................
C o n ce n trate d (instant) c o f f e e ....................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................

(3)

104.1

2091

Fresh o r fro zen packa ge d f i s h ..............................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
Fresh packa ge d fish and o th e r seafood
Prepared fre sh fish, exclud in g shellfish
P repared fre sh fish, exclud in g shellfish ........................................................
P repared fresh shellfish ........................
Crabm eat: blue and rock ................
O the r cra b m ea t ....................................
O ysters ......................................................................................................................
C la m s ..........................................................................................................................
O the r packa ge d sh ellfish ....................................................................................
Frozen packa ge d fish, e xcluding sh ellfish ............................................................
G ro un d fish ....................................................................................................................
G roundfish, fille ts and s t e a k s ............................................................................
G roundfish, sticks and p o r tio n s ........................................................................
O the r g ro u n d fis h .....................................................................................................
F lo u n d e r.........................................................................................................................
O the r frozen f i s h .........................................................................................................
O the r fille ts and steaks .......................................................................................
O the r frozen packaged fish ...............................................................................
Frozen packaged shellfish and o th e r seafood, including s o u p .....................
Frozen shrim p .............................................................................................................
Shrim p, headless, raw
S hrim p, peeled, raw ...
Shrim p, peeled, cooked
Shrim p, b r e a d e d .....................................................................................................
O the r 100 percen t shrim p p ro d u c ts ................................................................
Frozen crabs ................................................................................................................
Crab meat, blue and rock ...................................................................................
O the r frozen packaged s h e llfis h ...........................................................................
O the r frozen se afoods .............................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary products ......................................................................................................

(3)

1 2 /8 5

209

C anned and cured s e a fo o d s ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C anned and cured se afo od s including soup (except fr o z e n ) ........................
C a nned s a lm o n ...........................................................................................................
C anned s h r im p ............................................................................................................
O th e r ca nn ed fish and se afo od (e xce pt soups, ste w and ch ow d e rs) ....
S m o ked salm on ..........................................................................................................
S alted and pickle d f is h .............................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1 2 /8 5

2097-P
2097-1
2097-2

M iscellan eo u s foo d p re pa ra tion s and kindred p r o d u c ts ..............................................

2099

2 09 1 -P
2091-1
209 1-11 3
209 1-11 6
209 1-11 9
2091-151
209 1-18 2
2 09 1 -SM
2 0 9 1 -S

2092-P
2092-2
209 2-2A
2 092-213
2 092-2B
2092-221
2 09 2-22 2
2 09 2-22 4
2 09 2-22 5
2 09 2-22 6
2092-3
2 09 2-3A
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
2 092-4D
2092-4E
2092-SM
2092-M
2092-Z 89
2092-S

(3)
100.0
166.1
100.0
(3)
129.3
100.0
134.0
(3)
100.0
100.0
100.0
109.8
129.8
104.7
100.0
100.0
100.0

(3)
111.1
107.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
13.6
(3)
(3)
2.2
(3)
0
5.5
(3)
(3)
(3)
-7.1
1.5
2.9

(3)

(3)
0
4.4
(3)
2.8

(3)
1.6
4.3
-1 .0
-.7
7.6
(3)
.1
-.1
.1
-.5
3.4

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

(3)
.2
.1
.3
.6
.3
.8
2.7
-1 .7
-.8
-.3
.3
.9
1.7
0

110.9
106.1
124.4

(3)
(3)
-1 9 .8

2.0
2.1
-2 .3

119.2
118.8
118.0
105.1
118.9
100.0
121.2

117.0
116.6
115.6
107.7
116.1
100.0
119.5

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

-1 .8
-1 .9
-2 .0
2.5
-2 .4
0
-1 .4

104.2
104.1

104.2
104.1

101.9
101.9

-1 .7
-1 .6

-2 .2
-2.1

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

108.6
105.9
104.2
106.9

108.6
105.9
104.2
106.9

108.6
105.9
104.2
106.9

2.2
2.3
-.6
4.1

0
0
0
0

2098-P

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

110.5
111.7

112.0
113.2

111.7
112.8

-1.1
-1 .2

-.3
-.4

2098-1

0 6 /8 5

114.8

116.7

116.2

1.3

-.4

2098-111
2 098-2
2098-211

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

114.8
101.5
101.5

116.7
101.4
101.4

116.2
101.4
101.4

1.3
-9 .9
-9 .9

-.4
0
0

1 2 /8 5

110.5

111.4

111.2

5.3

-.2

2095-P
2095-1
2095-111
2 09 5-11 6
2095-121
2095-2
2095-S M
2095-M
209 5-Z 89

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 9892

25

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

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 98 9 2

F ood prepa ra tion s, n.e.c.— C o ntinued
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
C hips (potato, corn, e t c . ) .............................................................................................
P otato ch ips and s t ic k s ............
Plain p o ta to ch ips and sticks
F lavored p o ta to ch ips and s licks
Corn chips, curls, and re la ted p ro d u c ts .............................................................
O the r chips, sticks, e tc ..............
S w e ete nin g syrups and m o la s s e s ............................................................................
S w eete nin g syrups and m olasses, co nta ining corn syrup .........................
S w eete nin g syrups a nd m olasses, n o t co nta ining corn syrup .................
Tea in co n su m e r p a c k a g e s .........................................................................................
C h oco la te and co co a pro du cts, e xce p t c o n fe ctio n a ry (m fpm ) .....................
C h oco la te syrups, w ith ch oc o la te p ow der b a s e .............................................
O the r foo d preparations, n .e .c....................................................................................
S p ic e s .............................................................................................................................
C onsum er size b lack and w h ite pepper (under 1 lb.) ..............................
C onsum er size spices (under 1 lb.), excep t p e p p e r .................................
C o m m e rcial size sp ices (1 lb. and over), e xce p t p ep pe r .......................
Perishable pre pa re d fo o d s (sold in bulk or packages, n ot f r o z e n ) .........
S alad s (sold in bulk o r p ackages, n ot fro zen ) ............................................
S an dw iches, m ade fro m bread (sold in bulk or packa ge s, not
fr o z e n ) .................................................................................................................
O the r p erisha b le pre pa re d fo o d s (sold in bulk or p ackages, not
f r o z e n ) .................................................................................................................
U n po p pe d p op corn in co n su m e r p a cka ge s .....................................................
O ther, o th e r fo o d pre pa ra tion s, n .e .c...................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M isce lla n e o u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
C a nn e d fruits, vege tab le s, p reserves, jam s, and je llie s ..............................
Dried and dehydrated fruits, vegetables, and soup m ix e s .........................
P ickled fru its and ve ge tab le s, ve g e ta b le sauce s and se asonings, and
salad d re s s in g s ...................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

Sep.
198 9 2

Oct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

111.1
108.8
114.2
112.7
121.0
100.3
111.7
141.2
143.3
125.7
103.1
104.7
103.6
115.4
115.5
129.5
122.1
110.5
108.3
108.0

111.5
108.7
113.4
112.3
118.3
100.1
116.4
144.7
147.2
125.7
103.6
104.5
103.6
116.4
116.0

111.4
108.9
113.7
112.7
118.3
100.1
116.8
130.4
131.0
125.7
103.6
103.5
103.6
116.9
115.8
134.6
122.8
110.0
111.8
108.7

5.4
7.7
7.8
7.6
8.5
7.2
9.1
3.3
5.6
-1 1 .8
.9
.3
2.5
5.9
3.2
3.9
8.0
-1.1
8.4
5.7

-0.1
.2
.3
.4
0
0
.3
-9 .9
-1 1 .0
0
.0
-1 .0
0
.4
-.2

(
3)

2099-P
2099-2
2099-211
2 0 9 9-21 1 12
209 9-21 1 14
2099-261
209 9-29 8
2099-3
209 9-32 5
2 09 9-32 7
2099-5
2099-8
2099-894
2099-9
2099-931
2099-93131
2 09 9-93 1 38
2 09 9-93 1 39
2099-961
209 9-96 1 63

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

2 09 9-96 1 65

1 2 /8 5

93.3

(
3)

(
3)

(
3)

2 09 9-96 1 68
2 09 9-98 5
2 09 9-99 8
2 099-S M
2 099-M
209 9-Z 89
2099-S
2033-S
2034-S

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

111.4
111.0
109.2

114.6
111.0
109.7

116.7

11.0

1.8

(
3)
111.3

(3)
4.6

(3)
1.5

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

103.6
104.0
109.1
108.4
110.3

103.6
104.0
114.4
107.0
113.8

103.9
104.4
113.2
107.0
113.8

3.0
3.3
6.4
1.2
3.2

.3
.4
-1 .0
0
0

2035-S
2099-S S S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

111.1
108.1

109.7
115.9

113.3
113.2

5.3
7.1

3.3
-2 .3

(3)
(3)
110.3
110.5
108.6

(3)
(3)
-.3
1.2
.1

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

21

1 2 /8 4

163.5

164.9

165.8

14.3

.5

C ig a re tte s .......................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts
Filte r tip
81 to 95 mm lo n g .......................................................................................................
G re ate r than 95 m m ..................................................................................................
N o n filte r t i p ........................................................................................................................
N o n filte r tip, all s iz e s .................................................................................................

2111
2111 -P
2111-1
2 11 1-11 6
2 11 1-11 8
2111-3
211 1-35 5

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

175.6
177.2
174.3
173.3
176.1
201.8
201.8

177.1
178.8
175.5
175.2
176.7

177.9
179.6
176.4
176.0
177.9

15.1
15.6
15.7
16.5
15.0

.5
.4
.5
.5
.7

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(
3)

C ig a rs ...............................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro d u cts .................................................................................................................
C igars and cig arillo s (w eighing 3 o r m ore pou nd s per 1,000 c ig a r s ).........
C ig a rillos (w eighing 3 to 10 p ou nd s per 1 ,0 0 0 )..............................................
C igars (w eighing m ore than 10 pounds per 1 ,0 0 0 ).......................................

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

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

132.0
132.0
(3)
100.0
100.0

132.2
132.2
132.2
100.0
100.2

132.2
132.2
132.2
100.0
100.2

(3)
(3)
(3)

C hew ing and sm oking tob a c c o and snuff .........................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
S m oking t o b a c c o ............................................................................................................
Loose leaf chew ing t o b a c c o ......................................................................................
C hew ing to b a c c o o th e r than loose leaf, including fine cut, plug, and
t w is t ..............................................................................................................................
S nuff, dry and m o is t......................................................................................................

2131
2131-P
2131-111
2131-113

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

153.1
156.8
141.5
151.2

153.8
156.9
141.5
151.2

154.3
157.4
144.1
151.2

5.6
5.9
7.1
4.8

1.8
0

2131-115
2131-117

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

153.8
181.1

153.8
181.7

153.8
181.7

5.6
6.4

0
0

T o ba cco stem m ing and redrying ..........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
U n stem m ed leaf tob a c c o redried b efore packing, including interplant
tra n s fe rs .....................................................................................................................
U nstem m ed leaf to b a c c o redried b efore packing, including in terpla n t
t r a n s fe r s .................................................................................................................
T o b a c c o stem m ed .........................................................................................................
Packed fo r sale as s u c h ..........................................................................................
Leaf, not aged .........................................................................................................
R e con stitute d tob a cco (processed sheet and h o m o g e n iz e d ).......................
R e co n stitu te d to b a c c o (p ro cesse d sh ee t and hom og en ize d) ..................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................

2141
2141-P

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

98.0
93.8

98.7
94.6

102.2
98.6

3.5
4.6

3.5
4.2

T e xtile mill p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................................
C o tto n b ro ad w o ven f a b r ic ........................................................................................................

(3)
(3)

8.5
8.5

0
0
0
0
0

.
3
.
3

2141-1

0 6 /8 4

106.0

103.8

103.8

1.1

0

2141-121
2141-2
2141-21
2141-215
2 141-3
2141-311
2 141-S M
2 141-M
2 141-X Y 9
2 14 1-Z 89

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

106.0
92.4
91.1
91.0
100.0
100.0

103.8
93.3

103.8
97.5

1.1
4.4

0
4.5

(
3)
(3)
99.1
99.1

(3)
(3)
102.8
102.8

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

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

(3)
(3)
100.0

119.8
120.1
100.0

119.8
120.1
100.0

(3)
(3)
(3)

22

1 2 /8 4

109.4

109.9

109.8

2.3

-.1

2211

1 2 /8 0

106.8

107.0

107.2

.5

.
2

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)

26

(3)
(3)

3.7
3.7
0
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U n adjusted
p erce n t change
to O ct. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

S ynth etic fib er and silk broadw oven fa b r ic .......................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G ray goods, e xcept in terpla n t tr a n s fe r s .................................................................
F ilam ent yarn fab ric (85% + fila m e n t) ..............................................................
C hiefly rayon a n d /o r a c e ta te .............................................................................
O the r fila m e nt yarn fab ric ...................................................................................
Chiefly n y lo n .........................................................................................................
C hiefly polye ster .................................................................................................
S pun yarn fabric (85% + spun), excep t m anm ade fib e r/w o o l blends
and silk f a b r ic ......................................................................................................
Plain w e a v e s ............................................................................................................
Plain p rin tcloth ....................................................................................................
Chiefly p o ly e s te r/c o tto n blends ...............................................................
Chiefly p o ly e s te r/ra y o n blends ................................................................
O the r plain w e a v e s ............................................................................................
Tw ill w e a v e s .............................................................................................................
O the r w eaves, e xcept pile fabric .....................................................................
O the r ......................................................................................................................
S p u n /fila m e n t yarn fab ric (less than 8 5% spun o r fila m e n t).....................
Finished fabric, e xcept in terpla n t tra n s fe rs ...........................................................
Filam ent yarn fabric (85% + fila m e n t) ..............................................................
C hiefly p o ly e s te r .....................................................................................................
C hiefly o th e r fila m e n ts ..........................................................................................
S pun yarn fab ric (85% + spun), e xcept m anm ade fib e r/w o o l blends
and silk f a b r ic ......................................................................................................
Plain w e a v e s ............................................................................................................
Plain p rin tcloth ....................................................................................................
B roadcloth, carded and co m b ed ..................................................................
O the r plain w e a v e s ............................................................................................
Tw ill w e a v e s .............................................................................................................
S p u n /fila m e n t yarn fab ric (less than 8 5% spun or fila m e n t).....................
Fabricated textile p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................
Secondary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
C o tton broadw oven fabric ......................................................................................
O the r grey c o tto n fabric ......................................................................................

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

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

107.2
106.2
106.0
91.1
119.5

107.0
105.4
105.9
91.7
121.9

106.9
105.7
105.4
91.7

-0 .4
-2.1
-7.1
-6 .0

-0.1
.3
-.5
.0

(
3)

(
3)

(3)

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

112.3
113.4
103.2
102.5
107.8
103.3
100.2
114.2
111.0
86.5
122.4
108.1
100.6
127.9

110.6
112.5
97.2
103.8
108.9
104.9
102.6
115.7
112.2
87.5
122.0
107.5
101.6

111.2
112.4
96.3
102.7
107.4
106.0
104.2
117.2
106.4
82.5
122.3
107.9
101.6

1.7
2.7
-1 2 .9
.4
.5
2.2
1.4
12.2
-3 .4
-3 .6
2.6
2.9
-6 .6

.5
-.1
-.9
-1.1
-1 .4
1.0
1.6
1.3
-5 .2
-5 .7
.2
.4
0

(
3)

(
3)

(
3)

(
3)

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

102.9
106.2

105.4
110.1

106.5
110.4

3.7
-5 .4

1.0
.3

06/8 1
0 6/8 1
06/8 1
06/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
06/8 1

112.0
110.6
109.6
112.3
123.8
109.7
136.9
98.4

113.0
111.4
110.6
113.4
128.7
110.0
137.4

113.5
111.7
111.1
112.9
126.7
109.8
137.4
98.6

2.7
1.6
.5
4.2
5.2
4.0
8.4
4.9

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

2221-13
2221-135
2221-1351
2221-13511
2221-13512
2221-1356
2221-136
2221-137
2221-1372
2221-143
2221-2
2221-21
2221-212
2221-213

0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 4 /8 5
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

108.0
105.1
104.7
105.0

108.9
104.9
102.4
102.6
113.4
117.0
103.6
104.0
107.5
111.9
113.0
108.3
107.1
109.3

110.2
105.7
103.9
106.3

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

1.2
.8
1-5
3.6

(
3)
117.7
106.3
104.0
107.5
112.0
112.7
107.4
104.8
109.1

(3)
5.2
3.2
-3 .6
-3 .9
.2
3.2
5.5
7.0
4.9

(3)
.6
2.6
0
0
.1
-.3
-.8
-2.1
-.2

2221-22
2221-224
2221-2241
2221-2242
2221-2245
2221-225
2221-231
2221-3
222 1 -SM
222 1 -S
2 2 1 1-S
2211 A 341S
2211 B 131S
2211 B 211S
2211 B 331S
2 221-SSS

0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6/81

107.7
111.5
108.0
106.8
115.6
101.8
105.1
108.5

110.1
113.9

110.2
114.0

2.2
2.7

.1
.1

(3)
107.9
115.9
105.2
105.9
110.9

(3)
109.6
115.9
105.2
105.9
111.6

(3)
2.3
4.2
.9
2.2
6.0

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

122.3
101.3
97.4

124.2
102.1
98.7

126.1
107.3
99.6

(3)

0 6 /8 7

103.3

103.5

105.8

0 6 /8 7

109.2

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 7

105.7

106.0

106.3

3.4

.3

0 6 /8 7

133.2

136.3

133.6

10.3

-2 .0

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

120.3
118.5
116.1
120.1
119.0
117.0
116.5
117.5
124.0
124.0

120.3
118.8

120.6
119.0
114.4
121.3
120.5
119.0

6.5
6.8
5.3
7.5
8.6
6.8

(3)
.7
1.2
1.5

(3)
117.2
124.1
124.1

(
3)

0 6 /8 5

126.8

125.7

2211-P
2 21 1 -A
2211-A1
2 2 1 1-A14
2 2 1 1-A15
2211-A2
2211-A21
2211-A3
2 2 1 1-A31
2 2 1 1-B
2211-B1
2 211-B 2
2 2 1 1-B21
2 2 1 1-B22
2211-B 4
2 2 1 1-B41
2 2 1 1-C
2211-C11
2 2 1 1-C31
2 2 1 1-C61
2211-SM
2 2 1 1-S
2221-S
2221

Finished co tto n bro ad clo th .................................................................................
Finished co tto n tw ill weaves, e xcept d e n im ................................................
O ther finished co tto n fabrics .............................................................................
O the r secondary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
W ool weaving and fin is h in g ....................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W ool broad w oven fabrics, gray g o o d s .............................................................
Finished f a b r ic s ...........................................................................................................
Finished w ool apparel fa b r ic s ............................................................................
W o o le n ...................................................................................................................
W holly w o o l......................................................................................................
Chiefly w ool .....................................................................................................
Finished w ool non-apparel fabrics and f e l t s ................................................
O ther non-apparel fabrics and felts ............................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p roducts ......................................................................................................

Oct.
198 9 2

2 221-P
2221-1
2221-12
2221-121
2221-122
2221-1223
2221-1224

C o tto n b ro ad w o ven fa b ric— C o ntinued
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G ray co tto n b ro ad w o ven fabric, e xcep t in terpla n t tra n sfe rs .........................
Plain w eaves, e xcep t d u c k .....................................................................................
S heeting, o th e r than bed sh eeting ..................................................................
O s n a b u r g ...................................................................................................................
Tw ill w eaves, e xcep t denim ...................................................................................
Tw ill w eaves, e xcep t d e n im ...............................................................................
O the r w eaves, excep t pile f a b r ic ..........................................................................
Sateen ........................................................................................................................
Finished c o tto n broadw oven fabric, e xcept in terpla n t tr a n s fe r s ..................
Plain w eave s ...............................................................................................................
Tw ill w e a v e s .................................................................................................................
Blue indigo d e n im ...................................................................................................
O th e r d e n im .............................................................................................................
Pile f a b r ic ......................................................................................................................
C o rd u r o y ....................................................................................................................
C o tto n b ro ad w o ven fabric, fin ishe d p r o d u c ts ......................................................
T o w e ls and w a s h c lo th s ............................................................................................
B e d s p re a d s ...................................................................................................................
O th e r ...............................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
M an-m ade fiber and silk broadw oven fa b r ic ....................................................

Sep.
1 98 9 2

2231
2231-P
2231-211
223 1 -A
2231-3
2231-316
2231-31611
2231-31612
2231-4
2231-418
223 1 -SM
2 2 3 1-S

See footnotes at end of table.




27

(
3)
114.6
98.4
109.5
113.2
110.5
111.6
108.6
108.4
109.2

(
3)

(3)
120.4
119.1
117.2
117.3
117.2
124.5
124.5

125.7

9.7
9.0

3.5
(3)

(
3)

(
3)
1.6
0
0
0
.6
1.5
5.1
.9
2.2
(3)

.2
.2

9.4
4.6
4.6

(
3)
0
-.3
-.3

6.2

0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

P ro du ct
co de

Industry
co de

Index
base
Ju ne
1 98 9 2

N a rro w fa b ric m i lls ......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W o ve n n arrow f a b r ic .....................................................................................................
E la s tic .......
O th e r a p p a r e l...........................................................................................................
O th e r uses
N o ne la stic
W o ve n la b e ls ...........................................................................................................
T a pe s (wt. le ss tha n 15 o z ./s q . yd.) ..............................................................
W ebbing (wt. 15 o z ./s q . yd. o r m ore) ............................................................
A pparel w e b b in g ............................................................. ...................................
S afe ty b e lt w e b b in g ...........................................................................................
A ll o th e r w e b b in g ................................................................................................
A ll o th e r n o n e la s tic ................................................................................................
B raided n arrow f a b r ic ....................................................................................................
E la stic b r a id s ................................................................................................................
N o n e la stic braids ........................................................................................................
S ho e and c o rse t la ces .........................................................................................
C overed e lastic y a r n .....................................................................................................
C o vered e la stic y a r n ..................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ........................................................................................... ...........

Oct.
198 9 2

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

107.8
108.1
103.4
103.6
108.1
105.2
103.3
122.8
97.9
110.7
112.8
104.3
110.6
87.2
119.5
129.0
116.0
113.5

108.3
108.6
104.0
104.4
110.5
105.2
103.8
122.8
98.1
110.7
112.8
104.3
110.6
89.5
120.0
(3)
116.4
114.5

109.7
110.0
104.6
104.4
110.5
105.2
104.7
122.8
98.1
110.8
112.8
104.9
110.6
94.6
124.5
129.0
122.9
114.5

0
16.6
13.1
14.6
12.5
4.9

0 6 /8 4

114.4

114.6

114.6

5.5

0

0 6 /8 4

109.9

109.9

113.2

2.4

3.0

1 2 /8 4

107.7

107.9

107.7

2.0

-.2

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

105.3
105.5

105.8
106.0

105.9
106.0

2.7
2.4

.1
0

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

105.6
107.4
104.9
131.6
104.5
106.5
105.6
101.7
106.0
98.2
106.2
109.6

106.2
108.6
106.2
131.6
104.8
-108.1
105.6
100.2
106.0
95.4
105.7
108.8

106.1
108.6
106.2

2.5
4.1
3.2

-.1
0
0

(3)
104.7
107.9
106.0
100.2
106.0
95.4
106.4
109.8

(3)
1.7
3.5
2.7
-.7
1.0
-2 .3
1.3
2.0

(3)
-.1
-.2
.4
0
0
0
.7
.9

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

104.2
104.2

104.2
104.2

105.9
105.9

5.4
5.4

1.6
1.6

2252-P
2252-22
2 25 2-22 2
2 25 2-22 2 2
2 25 2-22 2 27
2 252-223
2252-2231
2252-22311
225 2-22 3 2
2252-22321
2 25 2-22 3 27
2 25 2-22 4
2252-2241
2252-22411
2 25 2-22 4 17
225 2-22 4 2
2 2 5 2-22 4 27

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

106.1
105.8
105.3
108.4
108.6
109.6
104.9
103.3
102.9
107.8
113.2
105.6
101.4
99.2
100.2
98.4
110.1
107.2

107.1
106.6
106.6
110.7
111.6
112.4
106.1
103.3
102.9
111.2
113.2
110.4
101.4
99.1
100.0
98.4
110.7
108.5

107.2
106.7
106.6
110.7
111.6
112.4
106.1
103.3
102.9
111.2
113.2
110.4
101.4
99.1
100.0
98.4
110.7
108.5

2.7
2.3
2.5
3.1
4.0
4.6
2.8
2.3
2.1
3.5
3.8
3.5
1.3
.3
.1
.4
5.1
4.3

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

2 25 2-23
2252-231
225 2-23 2
225 2-23 2 2
2252-23221
2 2 5 2 -23 2 27

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

107.4
99.3
104.8
108.4
117.4
105.4

108.0
97.9
105.2
109.1
118.0
106.2

108.3
97.9
106.7
110.7
124.1
106.2

3.0
-.1
3.0
4.1
5.7
3.4

.3
0
1.4
1.5
5.2
0

225 2-23 4
2 25 2-23 5
2 252-23511
2 25 2-23 5 77
2 25 2-23 6
2 25 2-23 6 77
2 25 2-23 8

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

101.8
107.8
109.3
107.0
98.6
98.6
94.7

103.7
107.5
109.3
106.5
98.6
98.6
94.7

103.4
107.5
109.3
106.5
98.6
98.6
94.7

.6
.7
0
.9
-.8
-.8
.9

-.3
0
0
0
0
0
0

2 25 2-24

0 6 /8 4

102.8

102.8

102.8

-.5

0

2241

K nittin g m ills .................................................................................................................................

Sep.
198 9 2

225

W o m e n ’s hosie ry knit on 3 00 nee dles or m ore and w o m e n ’s kn ee-high
so cks .......................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
F inished fu ll-fa sh io n e d h o s ie r y ..................................................................................
F inished se am less and sim ula ted seam ed h o s ie r y ...........................................
S to ckin g s and knee -h ig hs, kn it on 3 00 nee dles or m ore ...........................
K ne e -high ..................................................................................................................
F u ll-le n g th ..................................................................................................................
P a n ty h o s e ......................................................................................................................
U nder 30 denier, sh ee r ........................................................................................
30 d en ie r and over, opaque ..............................................................................
S u p p o r t.......................................................................................................................
C ontrol top only ..................................................................................................
O the r s u p p o r t.......................................................................................................
Unfinished se am less and sim ulated seam ed hosiery ......................................
U nfinished p a n ty h o s e ................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
H osiery, n .e .c.................................................................................................................
Hosiery, n .e .c.................................................................................................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s finished h o s ie r y ..................................................................................................
A n k le t ...................
N o n -cush io n ....
M an m ad e fib ers ..................................................................................................
M id -c a lf/c re w ......
C u s h io n .............
Natural fib ers
N o n-cush io n .............................................................................................................
Natural f ib e r s ........................................................................................................
M a n m ad e f ib e r s ..................................................................................................
K n e e -h ig h .......................................................................................................................
C u s h io n .......................................................................................................................
Natural f ib e r s ........................................................................................................
M a n m ad e fib e rs ..................................................................................................
N o n - c u s h io n .............................................................................................................
M a n m ad e f ib e r s ..................................................................................................
All o th e r fin ishe d hosiery, knit on less than 300 needles, e xce p t
w o m e n ’s k n e e -le n g th ............................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, g irls ’ and b o ys’ fo o ts o c k ....................................................................
W o m e n ’s, g irls’ and b o ys’ a n k le t ..........................................................................
N o n - c u s h io n .............................................................................................................
N atural f ib e r s .......................................................................................................
M an m ad e f ib e r s ..................................................................................................
O th e r w o m e n ’s, g irls’ and b o ys’ fin ishe d hosiery, inclu din g leg
w arm e rs, w aist-h ig hs, etc. .......................................................................... .
In fa n ts ’ and ch ild re n ’s a n k le t .................................................................................
N atural fib ers ...........................................................................................................
M a n m ad e f ib e r s .......................................................................................................
In fa n ts’ and ch ild re n ’s k n e e -h ig h ..........................................................................
M a n m ad e f ib e r s .......................................................................................................
O th e r in fa n ts ’ and ch ild re n ’s fin ish e d h o s ie ry ..................................................
U n finishe d hosiery, kn it on less tha n 300 n eedles, e xce p t w o m e n ’s
k n e e -h ig h ...................................................................................................................

2 2 4 1 -P
2241-1
2241-11
224 1-11 4
224 1-11 5
2 24 1-12
224 1-12 3
2241-125
2241-127
2 24 1-12 7 33
2 2 4 1-12 7 37
2 2 4 1-12 7 39
2 24 1-12 9
2 241-4
2241-411
2 24 1-42 2
2241-42221
2241-5
2241-511
2 2 4 1 -SM
2 2 4 1 -S

2251
2 2 5 1 -P
2251-1
2 251-3
2251-321
2 251-32177
2 25 1-32188
2251-351
2 251-35122
2 251-35 1 44
2 251-3516
2251-35161
2 251-35162
2251-5
2251-517
2 25 1 -SM
2 25 1 -S
2 252-S
2252

See footnotes at end of table.




28

O ct. 1988

5.8
6.2
3.8
3.8
8.3
2.7
3.9
1.6
4.7
.1
0
(3)

Sep. 1989

1.3
1.3
.6
0
0
0
.9
0
.0
.1
0
.6
0
5.7
3.8
(3)
5.6
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t change
to Oct. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
code

P roduct
code

Index
base
June
19892

H osiery, n.e.c.— C ontinued
M e n ’s unfinished hosiery ........................................................................................
O the r u nfinished hosiery, knit on less than 300 needles, e xcep t
w o m e n ’s knee-high ...........................................................................................
S e co n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

Oct.
1 9892

O ct. 1988

101.6

101.6

-2.1

Sep. 1989

2 252-242

103.9

103.9

103.9

1.1

0

0 6 /8 4

104.7

106.4

106.4

2.9

0

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

109.9
110.7
115.5
120.9
123.7
115.7
109.9
109.7
115.1
113.9
116.3
110.4
112.1
101.9

109.2
109.9
115.8
121.6

108.8
109.4
115.7
121.2
123.7
116.6

2.0
1.3
4.6
3.7
8.6
2.6

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

(3)
(3)
110.8
114.2
115.8
111.9
112.3
101.4

(3)
(3)
1.2
1.7
-.9
6.1
.7
.2

(3)
(3)
-1 .5
.6
1.0
0
0
0

1 2 /8 4

104.6

104.6

104.6

.4

0

2253-33
2253-335
2253-338
2253-9
2253-911
2253-SM

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

117.6
111.4
119.9

115.4
114.7
115.6

115.4

-.3

(3)
115.6

(3)
-.9

1 2 /8 4

114.0

114.0

114.0

-6 .6

0

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

119.0
120.1
118.8
115.1
115.0
101.9
101.3
124.8
129.5
128.8
131.3
119.9

119.0
120.1
118.8
115.1
115.0
101.9
101.3
125.1
129.7
129.0
131.3
120.3

119.0
120.1
118.8
115.1
115.0
101.9
101.3
125.0
129.7
129.0
131.3
119.9

1.1
1.4
.8
.9
.5
.9
.9
3.2
2.5
2.2
2.4
4.5

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

0 6 /8 2

110.2

110.2

110.2

-.7

0

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

104.9
105.6

105.4
106.0

105.4
106.0

.3
.9

0
0

0 6/8 1

112.7

112.7

112.7

1.9

0

2254

2257

W arp knit f a b r ic s .........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G ray g o o d s .......................................................................................................................
G ray g o o d s ...................................................................................................................
F inished u nd erw e ar and nigh tw e ar f a b r ic s ...........................................................
M a n m ad e and ch iefly m anm ade f ib e r s ..............................................................
Finished o ute rw e ar f a b r ic s ..........................................................................................
M a nm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fib e r s ..............................................................
O the r fin ishe d w arp knit fab rics ...............................................................................

0 6 /8 4

2253-31

C ircular knit f a b r ic s ....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
G ray f a b r ic s ......................................................................................................................
G ray fab rics ..................................................................................................................
F inished underw ear and nightw ear f a b r ic s ...........................................................
Finished underw ear and nightw ear fa b r ic s ...................................... .................
Finished high pile fab rics ............................................................................................
Finished high pile f a b r ic s ........................................................................................
Finished single knit outerw ear fa b r ic s ....................................................................
M anm ade and chiefly m anm ade fib e r s ..............................................................
A ll o th e r fib e r s .............................................................................................................
Finished rib knit o uterw ear fabrics, excluding d ouble knit and
interlock .....................................................................................................................
M anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fib e r s ..............................................................
Finished double knit outerw ear fabrics, including in terlock and
e ightlock fabrics .....................................................................................................
M anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade f ib e r s ..............................................................
A ll other finished circular knit fabrics .....................................................................
All oth e r finished circular knit fa b r ic s ..................................................................
C o ntract w ork on gray and finished circular knit fab ric ..................................
C o ntract knitting o f gray f a b r ic ..............................................................................
C o ntract k n ittin g /fin is h in g .......................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

101.6

2253

Knit underw e ar and nigh tw e ar m ills ....................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ knit u n d e r w e a r..............................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ undershirts, e xce p t t h e r m a l.................................................
U ndershirts, e xce p t a th le tic t y p e s ....................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ sh orts and b r ie f s ......................................................................
S horts and briefs, e xce p t the rm al underw e ar and union suits .............
W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s underw ear and n ig h tw e a r...........................................
W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s u n d e rw e a r....................................................................
W o m e n ’s u n d e r w e a r.............................................................................................
Panties ................. .................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s nightw ear .....................................................................
S eco n da ry products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

0 6 /8 4

225 2-24 6
2252-S M
2252-S

Knit o ute rw e ar .............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
S w eaters, ja cke ts and je r s e y s ...................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ ........................................................................................................
All w o ol and ch iefly w o ol ....................................................................................
A ll m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade ...............................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju niors’ .............................................................................
All m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade ...............................................................
Knit o ute rw e ar sport shirts, including sw eat shirts ............................................
M e n ’s and boys’ ........................................................................................................
All m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade ...............................................................
O the r fibers ..............................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju niors’ .............................................................................
O the r knit o u te rw e a r.....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ & ju niors’ knit outerw ear, excl. sw eaters, jackets,
jerseys & sport shirts .......................................................................................
M e n ’s & boys’ knit outerw ear, excluding sw e atersjackets, jerseys and
sport s h ir t s ............................................................................................................
M e n ’s and boys’ shirts, excluding sport s h ir t s ............................................
M e n ’s and boys’ o th e r knit o u te rw e a r............................................................
C o ntract w ork on knitting and dyeing knit o u te rw e a r.......................................
C o ntract w ork on knitting and dyeing knit o u te r w e a r ..................................
S e co n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

2258

2253-P
2253-1
2 25 3-12
2 253-122
2253-124
2253-14
2253-144
2253-2
2253-22
2253-224
2253-225
2253-24
2253-3

2254-P
2254-A
2254-1
2 254-122
2254-4
2254-411
2254-C
2254-2
2254-21
2254-213
2254-3
2254-SM
2254-S

2257-P
2257-1
2257-111
2257-2
2257-211
2257-4
2257-411
2257-5
2257-511
2257-512

(3)
116.6
109.9
109.7
112.5
113.5
114.6
111.9
112.3
101.4

0

(3)
0

0
(3)
0

0 6 /8 1

127.2

129.9

129.8

6.2

-.1

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

107.2
105.5
107.2
107.4

106.7
106.3
108.1
108.0

102.6
106.5
108.2
108.5

-4 .8
.4
1.4
-1 .6

-3 .8
.2
.1
.5

2257-6
2257-611

0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

102.8
97.7

104.4
101.2

106.7
101.2

1.0
1.7

2.2
0

2257-7
2257-711
2257-8
2257-811
2257-9
2257-911
225 7-91 5
2257-SM
2257-S

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

98.3
96.3

98.7
96.7

98.4
96.4

.2
.3

-.3
-.3

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

105.0
109.1
104.0
109.6

105.0
109.2
104.1
109.6

105.7
109.2
104.1
109.6

2.3
2.5
1.8
2.9

.7
0
0
0

0 6 /8 1

108.6

108.6

108.6

0

0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

109.6
108.5

110.6
109.3

110.6
109.3

3.7
3.6

0
0

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

107.4
106.1
119.2
113.6
111.6
110.4

107.7
108.3
121.7
112.8
110.8
111.7

107.7
108.2
121.6
112.6
110.7
111.7

3.8
3.3
3.4
5.3
5.4
2.8

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

2258-P
2258-1
2258-101
2258-2
2258-211
2258-3
2258-311
2258-4

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 9892

29

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

W a rp kn it fa b rics— C o ntinued
O th e r s ............................................................. ................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk on gray and fin ishe d w a rp knit fa b r ic ........................................
C o n tra ct k n ittin g /fin is h in g ........................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
K nittin g m ills n .e .c........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O th e r kn it end p ro du cts ..............................................................................................
O th e r knit end pro du cts, n .e .c ................................................................................

2 25 8-43 9
2258-9
225 8-91 5
2 258-S M
2258-S
2258-S S S
2259
2259-P
225 9-2
2259-298

Sep.
1 98 9 2

O ct.
1 98 9 2

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

120.2
108.1
108.1

121.6
108.1
108.1

121.6
108.1
108.1

2.8
1.2
1.2

0
0
0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

114.8
120.2

115.3
121.7

115.3
121.7

1.6
5.0

0
0

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

109.4
109.3
103.9
103.9

109.4
109.3
103.9
103.9

109.4
109.3
103.9
103.9

8.0
8.3
3.3
3.3

0
0
0
0

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

D yeing and finishing textiles, excep t w o ol fab rics and knit g o o d s ...........................

226

1 2 /8 4

114.3

115.4

115.7

3.2

.3

Finished c o tto n b ro adw oven fabric .....................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .......................
N o n-com m issio n fin ishe d fab ric
Plain w e ave s ......................
O th e r plain w e a v e s .......
C o m m ission fin ishing ...........
Co m m ission fin is h in g .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................
S e co n d a ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2261

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

108.3
111.0
111.8
109.1
115.0

109.6
111.7
111.4
108.4
113.1

109.5
111.5
111.9
109.3
115.3

3.4
3.3
2.5
-.5
5.6

-.1
-.2
.4
.8
1.9

0 2 /8 6

109.5

112.1

110.4

4.7

-1 .5

Finished syn th e tic fib e r and silk b ro ad w o ven fa b ric .....................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o n -com m issio n fin ishe d fab ric ................................................................................
C o m m ission fin ishing ....................................................................................................
C o m m ission fin is h in g .................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2262

Fin ish ed yarn, raw stock, bra ide d g oo d s a nd narrow fabric, e xce p t kn its and
w o o l .........................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Dyed y a r n ..........................................................................................................................
C hiefly carded c o tto n yarn .....................................................................................
C hiefly co m b ed c o tto n yarn ...................................................................................
C hiefly acrylic o r m o d acrylic y a r n .........................................................................
O the r ch iefly polye ster spun y a r n .........................................................................
Finished yarn o th e r than b leached o r d y e d ..........................................................
M ercerized c o tto n yarn ............................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2 2 6 1 -P
2261-7
226 1-72
226 1-72 5
2261-9
2261-911
2 2 6 1 -SM
2 2 6 1 -S

0 6 /8 4

92.8

95.8

96.5

3.7

.7

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

118.7
121.5
127.9
109.3

119.6
122.1
128.0
111.1

120.1
122.5
128.1
111.9

2.9
2.7
2.4
3.3

.4

0 6 /8 4

110.3

112.8

113.5

4.1

.6

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

113.6
114.6
114.8
106.1
125.8
108.8
117.6
117.7
113.6
111.8

115.0
116.3
116.3
106.8
128.7
109.5
122.7
123.8
119.5
111.8

115.0
116.3
116.3

4.3
4.7
4.8

0
0
0

(3)
(3)
109.5

(3)
(3)
6.4

(3)
(3)

(3)
123.8
119.5
111.8

(3)
7.5
7.3
7.1

(3)

1 2 /8 4

108.6

108.9

107.1

.1

-1 .7

2271-P
2271-1

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

117.2
117.2
117.2

117.2
117.2
117.2

117.2
117.2
117.2

1.2
1.2
1.2

0
0
0

2271-114

0 6 /8 5

113.5

113.5

113.5

3.7

0

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

137.5
137.7
149.8
137.9
144.8
112.6
121.1
103.6

137.9
138.8
150.2
139.3
143.4
112.5
121.5
103.7

135.4
136.1
150.2
135.8
142.9
111.1
121.6
103.7

-.1
-.4
2.3
-.3
2.1
3.1
.7
-3 .7

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

1 2 /8 0

136.5

(3)

115.2

8.2

(3)

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

111.1
113.4
113.4
118.0

111.1
113.4
113.4
118.0

111.1
113.4
113.4
118.0

3.8
4.4
4.4
.9

0
0
0
0

2262-P
2262-8
2262-9
2262-911
2262-S M
2262-S

2269
2269-P
2269-2
2269-221
2269-223
2 269-232
2269-243
2269-3
2269-351
2269-S

•3
.1
.7

0
0
0
0

Floor covering m ills .....................................................................................................................

227

W oven ca rp ets and r u g s ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W oven ca rp ets and rugs, including m ats and a rt s q u a r e s .............................
O the r w o ven ca rp ets and rugs, including u ph olstery loom type
c arpeting ................................................................................................................

2271

T u fte d ca rp ets and r u g s ...........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
B ath m a ts and sets and sca tte r rugs 6 x 9 or le s s ............................................
T u fte d b ro a d lo o m ...........................................................................................................
T u fte d b ro ad lo om - nylon ........................................................................................
T u fte d b ro ad lo om - o th e r fibers and b le n d s ....................................................
A uto m o bile and aircra ft ca rp etin g .......................................................................
Finished o n ly ....................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................

2272

Carpets and rugs, n .e .c..............................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
C arpets and rugs, n.e.c., including m ats and art s q u a r e s ..............................
Braided, hooked, and o th e r ca rp ets and rugs (e xcept tufte d or w oven)

2279

Yarn and threa d m i lls ................................................................................................................

228

1 2 /8 4

105.8

107.5

107.8

2.7

.3

Spun y a r n .......................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C arded c o tto n ya rn s .....................................................................................................
G ray ca rd ed co tto n ya rn s fo r sale to o th e rs ...................................................
1 - 20 co u n t .............................................................................................................
C om bed c o tto n ya rn s ...................................................................................................
G ray co m b ed co tto n yarns fo r sale to o th e rs ................................................
1 - 25 c o u n t .............................................................................................................
R ayon a n d /o r a ce ta te spun y a r n s ...........................................................................

2281

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

101.8
103.6
93.3
92.4
99.5
107.2
107.2
101.9
121.2

104.2
104.9
95.4
94.8
101.4
107.6
107.6
102.4
121.2

104.5
105.2
95.7
95.1
102.1
107.8
107.8
101.8
124.2

1.0
1.5
-1 .7
-2 .4
.7
-.6
-.6
-2 .0
16.6

.3
.3
.3
.3
.7
.2
.2
-.6
2.5

2272-P
2272-1
2272-3
2272-30301
2 272-30309
2 272-505
2272-8
2272-SM
2272-M

2279-P
2279-1
2279-113

2 2 8 1 -P
2281-1
228 1-11 3
2281-1131
2281-2
228 1-21 3
2281-2131
2281-3

See footnotes at end of table.




30

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

S pun yarn— C ontinued
G ray rayon a n d /o r a ce ta te spun yarns fo r sale to o th e r s .........................
S pun n o n ce llu lo sic fiber, silk, and w o ol yarns ....................................................
S pun ch iefly p o lye ster y a r n s ..................................................................................
G ray spun ch iefly p olye ster yarns fo r sale to o th e rs ...............................
1 00 % spun p o ly e s te r .....................
B lends, ch iefly p o ly e s te r ...............
50-50 p o ly e s te r/c o tto n b lend ..
Spun n o n ce llu lo sic fiber, silk, and w o ol yarns, e xcluding p o ly e s te r .......
G ray spun n on cellu losic fiber, silk, and w o ol yarns to r s a le .................
1 00 % a c ry lic .............................................................................................. ..........
100% nylon ..........................................................................................................
C hiefly w o ol ..........................................................................................................
O the r spun n on cellu losic fib er and silk yarns, including b le n d s .....
Finished spun n o n cellu losic fiber, silk, and w o ol y a r n s ..........................
O the r spun n o n ce llu lo sic fib e r and silk y a r n s .........................................
In te rp la nt tra n sfe rs of gray spun yarn ....................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
T exturing, throw ing, and winding mill p roducts: co tto n, m a n m ad e fibers, silk,
a nd w o o l.................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
T h ro w n fila m e n t yarns, e xcep t t e x tu r e d ................................................................
M a ch ine knitting yarns .............................................................................................
O the r throw n y a r n s ....................................................................................................
Textu re d , bulked, or crim pe d fila m e n t yarn (m ade fro m purcha sed yarn)
Nylon ..............................................................................................................................
Nylon (35 - 59 denier) ..........................................................................................
Nylon (60 - 89 denier) ..........................................................................................
N ylon (90 - 2 10 denier) .......................................................................................
N ylon (1000 - 1499 d e n ie r).................................................................................
P o ly e s te r .......................................................................................................................
P olyeste r (145 - 179 d e n ie r ) ..............................................................................
All o th e r textu re d fila m e n t y a r n s ...........................................................................
C om m ission texturing, throw ing , plying, etc. of fila m e n t y a r n s .....................
C om m ission texturing o r throw ing of fila m e nt y a r n s .....................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary products ......................................................................................................

228 1-31 3
2281-4
2281-41
2 281-413
2281-41 3 3
228 1-41 3 5
2281-41351
2281-42
2 28 1-42 3
2281-4231
2281-42 3 3
2281-42 3 4
228 1-42 3 5
2 28 1-42 7
2281-42 7 3
2281-6
2 2 8 1 -S

2282
2282-P
2282-3
2 28 2-33 2
2 28 2-33 5
2282-5
2 282-515
2 28 2-51 5 12
228 2-51 5 13
228 2-51 5 14
2 28 2-51 5 16
2282-551
228 2-55 1 23
2282-571
2282-9
2282-911
2282-SM
2282-S

Oct.
19892

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

121.2
105.1
104.9
103.7
112.3
101.6
101.7
105.4
104.0
104.4
103.7
105.9
103.2
108.2
101.4
98.4
81.1

121.2
106.8
107.6
105.3
113.3
103.4
103.8
106.6
104.3
104.4
103.9
106.7
104.2
111.3
104.6
98.7
95.2

124.2
107.1
107.4
105.1
113.2
103.1
103.6
107.2
104.9
105.2
104.1
106.7
105.7
111.7
104.9
98.4
95.2

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

118.2
117.8
114.8
112.4
115.6
119.9
113.6
112.3
101.7
103.5
99.7
129.1
132.6
110.5
111.6
117.8

118.6
118.3
116.3
112.6
116.5
120.3
113.7
112.5
101.7
103.8
99.7
130.0
132.3
110.7
111.6
117.8

119.0
118.7
116.5
113.3
116.5
120.9
113.7
112.5
101.8
103.8
99.7
131.3
134.0

O ct. 1988

16.6
2.9
4.4
1.9
3.7
1.4
2.0
2.5
1.7
3.3
.2

(
3)
2.7
3.6
(3)
(3)
-6.1

4.7
4.7
3.9
(3)
(3)
6.1
2.4
(3)
6.3
7.0

(3)
111.7
118.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
.8
1.1
(3)

Sep. 1989

2.5
.3
-.2
-.2
-.1
-.3
-.2
.6
.6
.8
.2
0
1.4
.4
.3
-.3
0

.3
.3
.2
.6
0
.5
0
0
.1
0
0
1.0
1.3
(3)
.1
.2

1 2 /8 8

104.5

104.7

104.8

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

116.8
116.8
113.8
114.4
117.7
116.4
111.0
111.6
110.6
117.1

117.8
117.7
114.5
115.6
118.9
118.3
112.9
113.2
110.6
122.6

117.9
117.8
114.5
115.6
118.9
118.4
112.9
113.2
110.6
122.9

(3)
12.1

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

1 2 /8 4

115.9

116.6

116.6

(3)

0

229

1 2 /8 4

112.5

113.1

113.1

4.5

0

2291

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

112.4
116.0
137.5
133.4
106.8
110.2

111.3
114.6
132.8
129.1
106.8
110.2

109.4
112.2
130.0
128.0
104.5
105.5

-1 .4
-1 .8
-3 .8
-1 .6

-1 .7
-2.1
-2.1

-.7

-2 .2
-4 .3

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

116.7
118.2

118.3
119.5

119.1
120.5

6.6
7.1

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.1
108.1

111.4
111.4

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

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

106.3
106.3
103.0
110.6
111.2
103.1
118.9
105.1

108.4
108.8
104.1
114.6
115.4
106.7
123.7
108.0

108.4
108.8
104.1
114.6
115.4
106.7
123.7
108.0

2.7
9.2
9.0
6.4
11.2
4.3

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

131.8
136.3

133.6
138.4

133.8
138.6

13.9

15.5

.
1
.
1

1 2 /8 5

95.3

95.3

95.3

5.7

0

Thread m ills ..................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Finished thread for use in the h o m e ......................................................................
M anm ade fib er thread and o th e r thread ...........................................................
Finished thread fo r industrial or m a n ufa ctu re rs’ use .........................................
M anm ade fib er thread and oth e r thread ...........................................................
Spun p o ly e s te r.........................................................................................................
C orespun ...................................................................................................................
Textured p olye ster and n y lo n ............................................................................
Filam ent p olye ster and nylon ............................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2284

M iscellaneous textile g oods ...................................................................................................
Felt goods, excep t w oven felt and hats ............................................................................
P rim ary p roducts ................................................................................................................
Pressed w ool f e l t ............................................................................................................
Industrial f e l t ................................................................................................................
P unched or needled f e l t s ............................................................................................
W ool felts and m an-m ade fiber f e l t s ...................................................................
Lace g o o d s ...................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts ................................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .................................................................................................
C o ntract w ork and o th e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................

2292

P adding and u pholstery filling ...............................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts .................................................................................................................
P adding and p a d s ......................................................................................................
A l o th e r p a d d in g ....................................................................................................
l
B atting, w adding, and m attress f e l t s ...................................................................
M ade from c o tto n linters, co tto n w aste, and raw c o tto n ........................
M ade fro m all o th e r fib ers ..................................................................................
U pho lste ry f illin g ..........................................................................................................

2293

P rocessed textile w a ste ...........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
R e cove re d fibers, p ro cesse d mill w aste, and rela ted p ro d u c ts ....................
Fibers reco vere d fro m clip s and rags (new and u s e d ) ................................

2294

2284-P
2284-1
2284-157
2284-2
2284-225
2284-22501
2 284-22502
2284-22503
2 284-22504
2284-SM
2284-S

2 29 1 -P
2291-1
2291-111
2291-2
2291-247

2292-P
2292-SM
2292-M
2292-XY 9

2293-P
2293-11
2293-119
2293-13
229 3-13 2
229 3-13 4
229 3-15 7

2294-P
2294-1
2 294-114

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
19892

31

8.0
8.3
(3)
(3)

9.5
9.2
7.2
8.1

-1 .4

5.3
5.3

.1

-.9

.
7
.8

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

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

Oct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

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

139.7
140.5
99.5
145.7

141.9
139.8
99.1
145.0

142.2
139.8
99.1
145.0

16.2
11.9
-2.1
2.7

0.2
0
.0
0

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

111.1
109.4
109.0
101.0
113.4
109.5
108.7
109.3
109.3
110.8
120.8
109.1
109.7
111.9
108.1
107.3
109.0

111.9
110.3
110.2
104.9
115.4
110.4
108.9
109.5
110.0
111.0
116.7
110.0
111.0
113.2
108.1
107.3
109.9

112.1
110.5
110.3
104.9
115.7
111.0
108.9
109.5
110.3
111.7
122.4
110.0
111.0
113.2
108.1
107.3
109.9

4.6
4.2
4.4
3.9
8.1
3.5
2.6
3.2
4.5
4.2
10.2
3.2
3.1
3.7
2.6
2.5
5.5

.2
.2
.1
0
.3
.5
0
0
.3
.6
4.9
0
0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 5

104.4

104.4

104.4

-1.1

0

2296-P
2296-1
229 6-12 2
229 6-13 3

P ro cesse d textile w a ste — C o ntinued
Fibers re co vere d fro m mill w aste, e xcluding fib ers re co vere d fro m
clip s and r a g s .......................................................................................................
M an m ad e f ib e r s .......................................................................................................
Nylon .......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r m a n m ad e fibers, including co m b in a tio n s of fib er type s ....

Sep.
19892

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

109.1
108.3
108.3
100.2
104.4

110.6
109.8
109.8
101.5
104.8

110.6
109.8
109.8
101.5
104.8

7.4
7.4
7.4
.6
3.4

0
0
0
0
0

2297-P
2297-1
2297-13
2297-131
2297-133
2297-135
2297-2

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

118.1
121.5
119.9
113.2
106.0
116.5
115.2
125.1

117.6
120.9
119.9
113.2
107.0
118.4
114.4
123.3

117.6
120.9
119.8
113.1
107.0
118.3
114.3

3.5
4.1
8.0
8.1
7.1
9.7
8.1

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

2 294-12
2 29 4-12 7
2 29 4-12 7 13
2 29 4-12 7 14

C o ate d fabrics, n ot ru b b e riz e d ..............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Vinyl co ate d or la m in a te d f a b r ic ...............................................................................
L ightw eight fabric, 10 oz. & u n d e r/s q . yd. finished w t ................................
M e d ium w eigh t fabric, o ver 10 oz. to 16 o z ./s q . yd. fin ishe d w t ..............
W o ve n fab ric b a s e .................................................................................................
H eavyw eig h t fabric, o ve r 16 o z ./s q . yd. fin ishe d w t .....................................
K nitte d fab ric b a s e ............................................................
N o nw ove n fab ric b a s e .....................................................
P olyure tha n e & o th e r co ate d & lam in a te d f a b r ic ..........
P olyure tha n e co a te d or lam in a te d f a b r ic ......................
O th e r co a te d o r lam in a te d f a b r ic .....................................
L ig h tw e ig ht fabric, 10 oz. & u n d e r/s q . yd. fin ishe d w t .............................
W o ven fab ric b a s e ........................................................
M e d ium w eight fabric, o ver 10 oz. to 16 o z ./s q . yd. finished w t ..........
W o ve n fa b ric b a s e ........................................................
H eavyw eight fabric, o ver 16 o z ./s q . yd. finished w t ................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ..............
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2295

Tire co rd and f a b r i c ...................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Tire cord and fa b r ic ........................................................................................................
N ylon tire cord and f a b r ic ........................................................................................
P olyeste r tire co rd and f a b r ic .................................................................................

2296

N o nw ove n fa b rics and re la ted p r o d u c ts ............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o nw ove n f a b r ic s ...........................................................................................................
S pun bon de d , dry laid, and o th e r s ......................................................................
Linder 0.8 oun ces per square y a r d ..................................................................
0.8 oun ces to 1.5 oun ces per square yard ..................................................
O ver 1.5 oun ces per square y a r d ....................................................................
F abricated n onw oven p r o d u c ts .................................................................................

2297




2295-P
2295-2
2295-211
2 29 5-22 2
2 29 5-22 2 22
229 5-23 3
2 29 5-23 3 34
2 2 9 5-23 3 36
2 295-3
229 5-31 5
229 5-32 2
2295-3222
2 295-32222
2 29 5-32 2 3
2 295-32232
229 5-32 2 4
2295-S M
2295-S

32

(3)

(3)

Sep. 1989

(3)

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 98 9 2

C o rdage and tw in e .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Hard fib er cord ag e and t w in e ....................................................................................
S oft fib e r co rd ag e and tw ine, e xcep t co tto n .......................................................
M anm ade fiber cordage and t w in e ......................................................................
Fish line, fish net, and fish netting (m ade in this e stablishm ent) ........
Rope ...........................................................................................................................
P o ly p ro p y le n e ......................................................................................................
Nylon ......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r rope, including rope m ade w ith co m b in a tio n s of m aterial
Twine, agricultural ..................................................................................................
A ll o th e r m anm ade fib er co rd ag e and tw ine, including industrial
tw in e ....................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2298

T e xtile goods, n .e .c.....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S couring and co m bing mill p ro du cts ......................................................................
T o p s and noils, including to p o r sliver co n ve rte d fro m to w w ith ou t
c o m b in g ..................................................................................................................
O th e r textile goods, n .e .c.............................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ........ .........................................

2299

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

2298-P
2298-1
2298-2
2 298-2A
229 8-20 7
229 8-20 8
2298-20811
2 29 8-20 8 12
229 8-20 8 15
2298-211

O ct.
19892

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

111.1
111.7
74.2
121.2
122.9
158.4
113.3
119.1
114.1
89.7
108.4

113.4
114.4
76.0
123.5
125.2
162.0
114.5
118.6
116.7
94.2

114.8
116.0

4.7
5.0

1.2
1.4

(3)
124.7
126.4

(3)
3.6
3.5

(3)
1.0
1.0

(3)
113.2
117.8
115.6

(3)
1.4
-.3
3.5

(3)
-1.1
-.7
-.9

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

118.5

118.1

4.1

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

229 8-21 2
•2298-SM
2298-S

0 6 /8 5

115.5

0 6 /8 5

103.8

103.8

104.8

3.7

1.0

2299-P
2299-3

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

119.8
122.6
136.7

119.1
121.9
135.0

118.8
121.4
134.1

-.8
-.9
-2 .6

-.3
-.4
-.7

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

(3)
107.1

138.1
107.2

136.7
107.2

(3)
2.6

-1 .0
0

1 2 /8 4

109.8

1.10.9

111.1

2.9

.2

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

139.5
139.5
112.3
140.0
140.8
139.2

142.3
142.4
114.8
144.1
145.0
145.9

6.3
6.2
5.8
6.2
6.2
7.4

.3
.2
.2
0
0
.6

(3)
115.0
144.6
149.1
140.8
136.8
134.9
132.8
117.0
145.7
148.3

141.9
142.1
114.6
144.1
145.0
145.0
132.9
120.1
145.0

(3)
120.1
142.7

(3)
9.3
3.5

(3)
0
-1 .6

(3)
141.4
138.0
136.7
134.2
119.2
143.7
149.9

(3)
139.3
138.6
137.0
134.2
119.8
145.7
150.4

(3)
7.4
6.0
6.0
4.8
7.6
6.5
7.8

(3)
-1 .5
.4
.2
0
.5
1.4
.3

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

145.2
155.3
134.9

145.6
155.3
135.8

147.1
158.0

6.9
6.5

1.0
1.7

1 2 /8 4

109.7

111.2

111.4

3.2

.2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 9 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 9 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

110.1
110.4
105.7
104.1
109.4
97.9
109.8
113.7
113.2
120.5
113.2
123.1
106.2
113.4
102.3
107.5
99.9
109.6
109.6

110.6
110.9
106.1
104.6
110.8
97.9
110.1
114.0
114.0
121.7
115.7
123.3
106.5
114.0
102.3
107.5
99.9
109.8
109.8

110.8
111.1
106.1
104.6
110.9
97.9
110.2
114.1
114.3
121.7
115.7
123.3
107.9
117.4
102.3
107.5
99.9
110.2
110.2

2.1
2.3

(3)
(3)
.9
.9

.2
.2
0
0
.1
0
.1
.1
.3
0
0
0
1.3
3.0
0
0
0
.4
.4

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

98.0
95.8
114.4

98.2
95.8
114.5

98.1
95.8
114.8

.9
.8
.3

-.1
0
.3

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

115.4
112.1
114.3
114.0
112.9

115.4
112.1
114.2
114.0
112.9

115.4
112.1
114.2
114.0
112.9

.
7

0
0
0
0
0

2299-341
2299-5
2299-S M

23

M e n ’s and b o ys’ suits and c o a t s ..........................................................................................
P rim ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ suits and coats, excluding c o n tra ct w o r k ............................
M e n ’s s u it s ....................................................................................................................
B usiness s u it s ..........................................................................................................
R egular w e ig ht business suits ......................................................................
Fabrics e xcep t all w o ol or w o ol blen d s ................................................
All w o ol or w o ol b le n d s ...............................................................................
Light w e ight business suits ............................................................................
F abrics e xcept all w ool or w ool blends ................................................
A ll w ool or w ool b le n d s ...............................................................................
M e n ’s tailored dress and sport co ats and ja c k e ts ........................................
B usiness type dre ss and sp ort co a ts and ja c k e t s .....................................
Fabrics excep t w ool and co tto n ...................................................................
All w ool or w ool blends ...................................................................................
Dress, sport co ats and jackets, e xcept business, incl. sep. v e s t s .....
R e ceipts fo r co n tra ct w o rk on m e n ’s and b o ys’ suits and c o a t s ................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ se parate tro u s e rs ....................................................................

2311

M e n ’s, y o u th s’ & b o ys’ furnishings, w o rk clo thin g & a llied g a r m e n ts .....................

232

M e n ’s and boys’ shirts, e xcep t w ork s h ir t s ......................... ............................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ knit o u te rw e a r sp ort shirts, including s w e a ts h irts ........ .
M e n ’s knit o ute rw e ar sportsh irts, including sw e atsh irts ..............................
All co tto n and ch iefly c o tto n f ib e r s ............................................................. .
All m anm ade and ch iefly m a n m ad e fib ers ...................................................
B oys’ knit o ute rw e ar sp ort shirts, including s w e a ts h irts ..............................
All m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fibers ...................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ dress and woven sport shirts, including uniform shirts ..
M e n ’s dress and business shirts and collars, including uniform shirts
All co tto n and ch iefly co tto n f ib e r s ..................................................................
All m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fibers
M e n ’s w oven sport s h ir ts ..................................
A ll co tto n and ch iefly c o tto n f ib e r s ...........
A ll m a n m ad e and ch iefly m anm ade fib ers ...................................................
B oys’ d ress and uniform sh irts and c o lla r s ......................................................
B oys’ w o ven sp ort shirts ...................................................................................... .
C o n tra ct w o rk on m e n ’s and boys s h ir t s ..............................................................
C o ntract w ork on m e n ’s and boys’ shirts and c o lla r s .................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ........................................................ .............................................

2321

M e n ’s and b o ys’ underw e ar and nigh tw e ar .....................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ knit u n d e r w e a r..............................................................................
Knit u ndershirts, e xcep t t h e r m a l...........................................................................
U ndershirts, e xcep t a th le tic t y p e ......................................................................

2322

2311-P
2 3 1 1 -A
2311-1
2311-11
2 311-113
231 1-11 3 44
2311-11347
2311-117
2311-11744
2311-11747
2311-3
2311-321
2 311-32144
2 311-32145
231 1-32 2
2311-9
2311-S M
2 3 1 1-S
2 3 1 1-SSS
2327-S

2 3 2 1 -P
2 321-2
2321-211
2 32 1-21 1 15
2 32 1-21 1 17
2321-225
2321-22527
2321-4
2321-417
2321-41718
2321-41721
2 32 1-42 7
232 1-42 7 13
232 1-42 7 14
2 32 1-43 7
2 32 1-43 8
2321-9
2 321-913
2 3 2 1 -SM
2 3 2 1 -M
2 3 2 1 -Z89
2 3 2 1 -S

2322-P
2322-A
2322-1
232 2-12 2

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 9892

33

(3)

(3)

-.3

(3)

3.3
4.4
6.7
2.4
.6
(3)
2.2
2.4
3.5
1.6
2.7
6.1
0

.1
.5
0
0

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

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 98 9 2

M e n ’s and b o ys’ u nd erw e ar and n ig h tw e a r— C o ntinued
K nit sh o rts and briefs, e xce p t t h e r m a l...............................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2322-4
2322-SM
2322-S

M e n ’s and b oys’ n e c k w e a r.....................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and boys’ n e c k w e a r.........................................................................................
M e n ’s and boys’ n e c k tie s .......................................................................................
All silk .........................................................................................................................
All p o ly e s te r .............................................................................................................
O the r fabrics, including b le n d s ..........................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................

2327

M e n ’s and b o ys’ w o rk clo thin g .............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ w o rk s h ir t s ......................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ w o rk sh irts ..................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ jeans, d ungarees, and je a n -cu t casual sla cks .................
M e n ’s jeans, dungarees, and je a n -cu t casual s la c k s ...................................
D e n im ..........................................................................................................................
B o ys’ jeans, d ungarees, and je a n -cu t casual s la c k s ....................................
D e n im ..........................................................................................................................
O th e r f a b r ic s ............................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ o th e r w o rk clo thin g .....................................................................
M e n ’s o th e r w o rk c lo t h in g ......................................................................................
W a sh ab le se rvice a p p a r e l...................................................................................
C o veralls and o th e r o ne piece w o rk suits ....................................................
W o rk pants, exclud in g je a n s and dunga re e s ..............................................
R e ceipts fo r c o n tra c t w ork on m e n ’s and boys’ w ork clothing ....................
R e ceipts for co n tra c t w o rk on m e n ’s and boys’ w o rk c lo th in g ................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ se pa ra te tro use rs ...................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2328

M e n ’s and b o ys’ clothing, n .e .c..............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ n on tailored heavy ja c k e ts and c o a t s ....................................
M e n ’s heavy n on tailored ja c k e ts and coats, e xcep t uniform ....................
O th e r fa b rics ............................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ sw im w ear, sw e ate rs, and o u te rw e a r n .e .c...........................
S w im w ea r and a th le tic s h o r t s ................................................................................
M e n ’s sw im suits .....................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ a th le tic s h o r t s .......................................................................
M e n ’s and boys’ outerw ear, n .e .c.........................................................................
M e n ’s light nontailored ja ckets, excep t uniform ........................................
C hiefly c o tto n .......................................................................................................
O the r fa b r ic s .........................................................................................................
B oys’ light n ontailored ja ckets, excep t uniform .........................................
O th e r m e n ’s and b o ys’ oute rw e ar, n .e .c.........................................................
se co n d a ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ....................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o r k ...............................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

2329

W o m e n ’s, m isses’ , and ju n io rs ’ o u te rw e a r .......................................................................

233

W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju n io rs ’ blouses, w aists & s h ir t s ................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

2331

2323-P
2323-1
2 323-12
2323-121
2323-127
2323-129
2323-SM

2327-P
2327-1
232 7-11 2
2327-1122
2 327-1124
2327-1125
2327-11251
2 327-11252
2327-1127
2 327-146
232 7-15 7
2327-9
2327-911
2327-S M
2327-S
2327-S S S
2328-S

2328-P
2328-1
2328-111
2328-3
2328-351
2 32 8-35 1 26
232 8-35 2
2 32 8-35 2 26
2 32 8-35 2 29
2328-4
2328-451
2328-45111
2 32 8-45 1 14
2328-45131
2328-9
2328-911
2328-S M
2328-S
2327-S
2328-S S S

2329-P
2329-1
2329-121
232 9-12 1 03
2329-2
2 32 9-22
2329-221
2329-223
2329-25
2329-255
2329-25501
2329-25503
2 32 9-25 8
232 9-25 9
2329-S M
2329-M
2 329-Y 99
2329-S

2 33 1 -P

See footnotes at end of table.




O ct.
1 9892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

34

0 6 /8 2

116.2

116.1

116.1

1.1

0

0 6 /8 2

136.6

137.6

137.7

3.1

.1

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

114.7
114.7
114.7
114.8
135.4
110.9
101.0

115.2
115.2
115.2
115.4
137.8
110.9
101.0

115.1
115.2
115.2
115.3
137.6
110.9
101.0

4.2
3.9
3.9
4.1
9.1
3.6
-6 .0

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

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

116.3
117.4
115.2
117.8
121.1
105.1
116.8
112.8
120.9
123.7
102.1
106.9

118.1
118.8
117.0
119.9
126.7
105.4
118.6
114.7
120.9
126.8

118.3
119.1
117.3
120.3
128.7
106.0
118.6
114.8
120.9
126.9

4.2
2.9
3.7
3.8
14.8
-2 .8
2.5
2.5

.2
.3
.3
.3
1.6
.6
0
.1

3.2
7.0

0
.1

(3)
(3)

(3)
107.6

(3)
4.3

1 2/81

126.8

126.8

127.3

.8

.4

12/81
12/81
12/81

121.3
122.1
119.7

123.5
125.6
119.7

123.5
125.6
119.7

8.2
10.9
4.2

0
0
0

12/81
1 2/81

111.8
113.1

113.9
115.0

114.5
115.6

3.7
3.6

.5
.5

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

115.5
112.2
112.9
118.7
110.1
114.1
102.8
116.1
115.3
113.2
110.7
119.6

118.3
114.1
114.8
121.1
111.9
115.0
106.0
118.4
117.4
113.7
112.1
122.7

118.2
114.9
115.5
122.1
113.2
116.5
107.0
118.8
117.8
113.7
112.7
123.2

6.7
3.5
3.4
5.9
3.9
3.6
4.6
4.2
4.2
3.3
4.6
4.7

-.1
.7
.6
.8
1.2
1.3
.9
.3
.3
0
.5
.4

1 2/81

110.0

(3)

110.0

-.1

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

105.9
107.3
105.7

109.1
128.7
105.7

109.5
128.7
106.2

3.9
20.4
1.0

.4
0
.5

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

112.3
111.5
111.3
113.7
117.7
111.6
110.1
110.7
112.8
112.1

114.5
114.0
112.8
115.3
119.9
115.2
113.4

114.0
113.5
112.8
115.3
119.9
114.2
113.4

3.4
3.5
3.0
2.8
2.9
4.0
2.3

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

(3)
117.7
115.7

(3)
117.7
114.4

(3)
5.8
4.5

(3)
0
-1.1

0 5 /8 6
1 2 /8 3

(3)
110.0

(3)
114.0

(3)
114.0

(3)
4.4

(3)

1 2 /8 3

118.8

117.9

117.7

1.9

-.2

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

118.8
118.8
114.6

120.8
120.9
115.0

120.7
120.8
114.6

4.8
4.8
2.4

-.1
-.1
-.3

1 2 /8 4

2323

M e n ’s and boys’ separate t r o u s e r s .....................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ dress and sport tro use rs and dress shorts .......................
M e n ’s dre ss and sp o rts tro use rs, e xce p t u n ifo rm .........................................
A ll w o ol and ch ie fly w ool, all fab ric c o n s tru c tio n s .....................................
All co tto n and ch iefly co tto n, all fab ric c o n s tru c tio n s ..............................
All m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade, excep t m a n m a d e /w o o l blends .
W oven ....................................................................................................................
Knit ..........................................................................................................................
M a n m a d e /w o o l blends (chiefly m anm ade), all fabric co nstru ctio ns ...
M e n ’s and b oys’ dress s h o r ts ...............................................................................
B oys’ dress and sp ort trousers, including u n ifo r m ........................................
R e ceipts fo r co n tra c t w o rk on m e n ’s and b o ys’ tro use rs ..............................
R e ceipts fo r c o n tra ct w o rk on m e n ’s and b o ys’ tr o u s e r s ...........................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ w o rk c lo t h in g .............................................................................

Sep.
1 9892

110.4

111.0

111.3

2.3

.3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

121.7
121.3

122.6
122.4

122.6
122.4

2.5
2.2

0
0

(3)
(3)

(3)

0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju n io rs’ blouses, w a ists & sh irts— C ontinued
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju n io rs’ blouses, w a ists & shirts, e xcluding
co n tra ct w o rk ...........................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju n io rs’ knit o ute rw e ar sp ort & sw e at s h ir t s .........
Knit o ute rw e ar sp ort s h ir t s ..................................................................................
A ll c o tto n and ch iefly co tto n ..........................................................................
All m anm ade and ch iefly m a n m ad e f ib e r s ...............................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju niors’ blouses, w aists, & shirts, e xcep t knit
sport & sw eat shirts ..........................................................................................
Knit blouses, w aists, & s h ir ts .............................................................................
All c o tto n and chiefly co tto n ..........................................................................
All m anm ade and chiefly m anm ade f ib e r s ...............................................
W oven blouses, w aists, & shirts ......................................................................
All co tto n and ch iefly co tton ..........................................................................
All m anm ade and ch iefly m anm ade fib e r s .................. ............................
C o n tra ct w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju n io rs ’ blouses, w aists, & shirts
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, & ju n io rs’ outerw ear, n .e .c.................................................

O ct.
1 98 9 2

108.6
97.1
95.3
143.0
105.7

108.6
97.1
95.3
143.0
105.7

2 3 3 1 -A
2331-2
2 331-243
2331-24311
2331-24315

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

138.1
138.1

(3)
137.4
104.1

138.1
138.2
97.4
140.4
138.1
110.9
138.0
104.1

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

113.1
114.0
111.9

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

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2.6
5.1
2.9
0

0
0
0
0
0

138.1
138.2
97.4
140.4
138.1
110.9
138.0
104.1

1.9
1.5
9.6
.5
2.3
.5
3.0
.3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

113.2
114.0
112.0

113.2
114.0
112.0

4.4
4.8
3.9

0
0
0

121.9
123.6
110.6
122.4

121.9
123.7
110.6
122.4

121.8
123.5
110.3
122.1

4.5
4.5
5.3
5.4

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

(3)
119.1

(3)
119.1

(3)
118.7

(3)
5.6

(3)
-.3

(3)
129.9

(3)
130.5

(3)
130.5

(3)
1.6

(3)

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

119.5
111.0
128.2

119.2

121.5

3.7

(3)
(3)

(3)
128.2

(3)
3.9

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

109.1
110.5
104.9
109.5
117.5
104.6
106.1
107.1
116.3
104.6
105.3
90.0
125.8
125.8

108.9
110.1
105.2
109.5
117.5

109.8
111.3
105.7
109.5
117.5

.9
.4
-1 .3
7.4
4.4

.8
1.1
.5
0
0

(3)
107.1
108.8
120.7
104.5
105.3
90.0
122.3
122.3

(3)
108.3

(3)
-6 .2

(3)
1.1

(3)
(3)
107.0
108.1
92.4
126.5
126.5

(3)
(3)
3.6
4.0
3.9
6.8
6.8

(3)
(3)
2.4
2.7
2.7
3.4
3.4

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

112.7
120.6
125.2
96.9

113.2

113.1

3.2

(3)
125.2
98.1

(3)
125.2
98.1

(3)
18.0
3.6

2339-P
2 339-A
2339-2
233 9-21 3
2339-4
2339-5
2339-541
2339-54101
2 33 9-56 5
2339-5651
2 33 9-56 5 12
233 9-56 5 2
233 9-56 5 22
2339-7
2339-71
233 9-71 5
233 9-71 6
233 9-71 9

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 6 /8 4
1 0 /8 3

100.8
102.9
102.7
106.7
106.7
111.6
93.3
96.1
96.1
92.1
108.8
110.2
79.2
72.0
112.3
109.5
107.4
109.1
112.4

102.7
104.1
104.1
106.7
106.7

1.5
1.4
1.0
7.6
7.6
-.6
.2
.1
.1
.4
7.3

(3)

103.2
105.2
105.5
109.5
109.5
124.3
95.1
96.2
96.2
94.7
114.6
116.1
79.3
72.1
112.7
110.0
108.1
109.1
115.0

2 339-9

0 6 /8 3

114.0

114.5

114.7

3.1

.2

2339-911
2339-SM
2339-M
2339-Z 89

0 6 /8 3

114.0

114.5

114.7

3.1

.2

1 0 /8 3
1 0 /8 3

117.1
117.1

145.6
145.6

130.3
130.3

.9
.9

-1 0 .5
-1 0 .5

2337

W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’ o uterw ear, n .e .c.............................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
N on-com m issio n w o m e n ’s, m isses’ , and ju n io rs ’ outerw ear, n .e .c...............
W a shable service a pparel ......................................................................................
N u rse s’, m a id s’, w a itre sse s’, and sim ilar u n ifo r m s ....................................
B athing s u it s .................................................................................................................
S la c k s .............................................................................................................................
Je an -cu t casual sla cks .........................................................................................
All co tto n and ch iefly co tto n ..........................................................................
O the r s la c k s .............................................................................................................
Knit f a b r ic ..............................................................................................................
Fabric o th e r than all co tto n and ch iefly c o tt o n ..................................
W o ve n fab ric .......................................................................................................
Fabric o th e r than all co tto n and ch iefly c o tt o n ..................................
O the r outerw ear, n .e .c...............................................................................................
Play garm en ts and d u n g a re e s ...........................................................................
D ungarees ............................................................................................................
P layshorts, pedal pushers, berm udas, and ja m a ic a s ............................
O the r play garm ents, including playsuits, bea chto ps, and halte rs ...
C o n tra ct and co m m ission w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs’
o uterw ear, n .e .c........................................................................................................
C o n tra ct and co m m ission w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’
outerw ear, n .e .c....................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................

107.3
92.4
92.6

2335

W o m e n ’s, m isses’ , and ju niors’ suits and c o a t s .............................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Coats, suits, and skirts, excluding co ntra ct w o r k ...............................................
Coats, e xcept fur, all leather, and rain ..............................................................
All w ool and ch iefly w ool ....................................................................................
S u its .................................................................................................................................
S kirts and ja ckets ......................................................................................................
Skirts, including uniform ......................................................................................
W oven ....................................................................................................................
J a ckets ......................................................................................................................
S eparate tailored suit-type jackets, including uniform .........................
W o v e n ................................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju n io rs ’ suits and co a ts ..............
C o n tra ct w o rk on w o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju n io rs ’ suits and c o a t s ..........
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju n io rs ’ blouses, w a ists and s h ir t s ........................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju n io rs ’ outerw ear, n .e .c..............................................

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

2331-7
2331-721
2331-72116
2331-72117
2331-723
2331-72316
2 33 1-72 3 17
2331-9
2 3 3 1 -SM
2 3 3 1 -S
2331-SS S
2339-S

W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs’ d re s s e s ............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
D resses n ot m ade on a c o n tra ct b a s is .................................................................
U nit priced d re s s e s ....................................................................................................
Unit priced - ch iefly c o tto n ..................................................................................
Unit priced - ch iefly synthetic ............................................................................
Unit priced - ch iefly oth e r m a te ria l...................................................................
C o ntract w ork on w o m e n ’s and m isses’ d r e s s e s ..............................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r secondary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and m isses’ suits and c o a t s ..............................................................

2339

2335-P
2335-A
2335-1
2335-121
2335-125
2335-129
2335-9
2335-SM
2335-S
2335-SS S
2337-S

2337-P
2337-A
2337-1
2337-122
2337-2
2337-4
2337-41
2337-415
2337-42
2 337-422
2 337-42201
2 337-9
2337-911
2 337-S M
2337-S
2 3 3 1 -S
2337-S S S
2339-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 98 9 2

35

(3)
105.7

(3)
140.4
138.1

(3)
93.3
96.1
96.1
92.2
108.8
110.2
79.3
72.1
112.3
109.6
(3)
109.1

(3)

7.7
-6 .4
-8 .2
.4
.6
(3)
.1
2.3

0
1.9
(3)
(3)

-.1
(3)
0
0

.5
1.1
1.3
2.6
2.6
(3)
1.9
.1
.1
2.7
5.3
5.4
0
0
.4
.4
(3)
0
(3)

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

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, and ju n io rs ’ oute rw e ar, n.e.c.— C o ntinued
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’ blouses, w aists, and s h ir t s ......................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, and ju n io rs ’ suits, skirts, and c o a t s ..............................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isse s’, c h ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ u n d e rg a rm e n ts .......................................

234

W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s u n d erw e ar and n ig h tw e a r ......................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s u nd erw ear and nightw ear, excluding co n tra c t
w o rk ............................................................................................................................
U n derw ear ....................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s u n d e r w e a r.............................................................................................
Slips, half slips, and p e ttic o a ts .....................................................................
C hiefly syn th e tic fib ers .................................................................................
P anties ...................................................................................................................
O the r w o m e n ’s u n d e r w e a r.............................................................................
G irls’, ch ild re n ’s and in fa n ts ’ u n d e r w e a r.......................................................
P anties ...................................................................................................................
O the r g irls’, c h ild re n ’s and in fa n ts ’ u n d e r w e a r.......................................
N ig h tw e a r.......................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s n ightw ear ..............................................................................................
N ig h tg o w n s ...........................................................................................................
C hiefly syn th e tic fib ers .................................................................................
P ajam as .................................................................................................................
C hiefly syn th e tic fibers .................................................................................
O the r w o m e n ’s n ig h tw e a r...............................................................................
G irls’, c h ild re n ’s and in fa n ts ’ n ig h tw e a r ........................................................
N ig h tg o w n s ...........................................................................................................
P ajam as .................................................................................................................
C o ntract w ork on w o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s underw ear and n ig h tw e a r.......
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2341

B ra ssieres and allied g a r m e n ts .............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
B ra ssieres and a llied garm ents, e xcluding co n tra c t w o rk ..............................
B ra s s ie r e s .....................................................................................................................
B andeau ....................................................................................................................
R egular s t r a p ........................................................................................................
S o ft c u p .............................................................................................................
C o nto ur lined c u p ...........................................................................................
U n d e rw ire ......................................................................................................
C o n to u r lined o r p ad de d s t r a p ......................................................................
S oft cup .........................................................................................................
S trapless, c o nve rtib le or o th e r bandeau b r a s .........................................
O th e r bras, including long line ..........................................................................
G irdles, co rse ts, co m b in a tio n s and a c c e s s o rie s ............................................
G irdles, w ith o r w ith o u t o p e n in g s .....................................................................
C orse ts, co m b ina tio ns, and a c c e s s o rie s .......................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary pro du cts ......................................................................................................

2342

234 1 -P
2 34 1 -A
2341-2
2341-21
2341-211
2341-2113
2341-213
2341-214
2341-22
2341-223
2341-225
2341-3
2341-31
2341-315
2341-3153
2341-316
2341-3163
2341-317
2341-32
2341-325
2341-326
2 34 1-9
2 3 4 1 -SM
2 3 4 1-S

2342-P
2 342-A
2342-1
2 34 2-14
2342-141
2 34 2-14 1 12
2 34 2-14 1 13
2 34 2-14 1 14
2 342-142
2 342-14212
2 34 2-14 3
2 342-15
234 2-2
2342-211
2342-241
2342-SM
2342-S

O ct.
198 9 2

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

99.5
95.6
95.5
99.9

99.4
95.6
95.5
99.8

99.6
95.6
95.5
100.3

3.3
1.4
1.1
-.6

0.2
0
0
.5

1 2 /8 4

2339-S
2 3 3 1 -S
2337-S
2339-S S S

Sep.
198 9 2

108.5

109.8

110.0

1.7

.2

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

111.4
113.7

112.2
114.6

112.2
114.6

1.1
1.7

0
0

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

103.3
117.5
113.9
110.5
109.6
117.4
120.0
133.5
122.3
149.7
109.9
108.6
107.6
111.4
111.8
111.8
111.2
117.7
141.0
108.4
116.4

104.0
117.5
113.9
110.5
109.6
117.5
120.0
133.5
122.3
149.7
111.1
109.8
109.2
111.9
111.8
111.8
111.8
117.6
141.0
108.4
118.7

104.0
117.5
113.9
110.5
109.6
117.5
120.0
133.5
122.3
149.7
111.1
109.8
109.2
111.9
111.8
111.8
111.8
117.7
141.0
108.4
118.7

1.5
.7
.4
1.4
1.3
2.0
-6 .4
1.9
2.7
1.2
2.0
2.0
1.0
0
6.7
6.7
3.2
2.3
0
4.7
2.8

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

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

0 6 /8 2

89.6

89.6

89.6

-6 .0

0

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

123.8
125.9
103.8
122.6
122.7
123.0
111.1
141.8
122.8
120.5
90.3
132.4
120.6
136.3
104.9
115.2

127.2
129.5
106.7
127.5
127.7
125.5
111.1
150.0
122.8
131.9
104.7
136.0
120.8
136.3
104.9

4.0
3.5
3.5
3.3
3.3
3.0
1.6
6.2
.8
4.3
3.1
3.5
2.0
4.1
3.8
4.7

1.0
.2
.2
.1
.1
0
0
0
0
.2
.5
.7
.5
.4
.5

(3)

128.5
129.7
106.9
127.6
127.8
125.5
111.1
150.0
122.8
132.2
105.2
136.9
121.4
136.8
105.4
115.2

0 6 /8 2

115.6

119.3

119.3

5.4

0

(3)

Hats, caps, and m illin e r y ..........................................................................................................

235

0 6 /8 5

109.0

109.9

110.4

4.8

.5

M illinery ..........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Fur fe lt and w o ol f e l t .................................................................................................

2351
2351-P
2351-112

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

103.0
103.2
100.3

104.2
104.4
101.0

104.2
104.4
101.0

4.5
4.7
1.2

0
0
0

Hats and caps, excep t m illin e r y ............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ats and hat bodies, excep t clo th and m illin e ry ................................................
Finished straw hats, e xcep t h arvest hats, m e n ’s and b oys’ ......................
W ool fe lt finished h a t s .............................................................................................
Fur fe lt finished hats .................................................................................................
C loth hats and c a p s .......................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ w o ven c lo th hats, excep t uniform .....................................
M e n ’s and boys’ w o ven c lo th caps, e xcep t uniform ....................................
A ll o th e r hats and caps, inc. h arvest hats, w o m e n ’s uniform hats and
caps, e tc ..................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2352
2352-P
2352-1
2352-115
2352-141
2352-183
2352-2
2352-212
2352-215

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

110.5
110.9
114.8
108.7
109.2
121.4
109.3
120.9
107.6

111.3
111.6
117.2

4.8
5.3
7.5
3.7
13.5
5.4
4.4
16.9
2.8

.5
.6
0

(3)
119.8
121.4
109.3
120.9
107.6

111.9
112.3
117.2
109.1
119.3
121.4
110.2
127.5
107.6

(3)
-.4
0
.8
5.5
0

0 6 /8 5

104.6

104.6

104.6

.5

0

0 6 /8 5

112.6

112.6

112.6

1.4

0

G irls’, ch ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ o u te rw e a r............................................................................

236

1 2 /8 4

105.8

107.5

107.6

3.2

.1

G irls’, ch ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ dresses, blouses, and s h ir t s .......................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
D resses, blouses, & shirts, e xcep t knit sp ort shirts & s w e a ts h irts ..............
D resse s ..........................................................................................................................

2361

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

108.0
109.1
109.9
110.1

110.4
111.8
115.0
117.5

110.5
111.9
115.1
117.6

3.9
3.7
5.6
8.1

.1
.1
.1
.1

2352-298
2352-SM
2352-S

236 1 -P
2361-1
2 361-12

See footnotes at end of table.




36

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
c o de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

O ct.
198 9 2

Oct. 1988

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
0 7 /8 6
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

115.3
104.2
104.5
106.4
109.5
109.6
101.7
101.6
98.2

120.5
109.0
112.0
120.9

4.9
5.3
8.2
17.6

(3)
(3)
101.8
101.7
98.3
98.3
114.1

(3)
(3)
1.6
1.6

(3)
113.8

119.5
109.4
112.6
120.9
109.5
109.6
101.8
101.7
98.3
98.3
114.1

1 2 /8 4

106.9

106.9

106.9

5.4

0

2 369-P
2 369-2
2369-21
2 369-3
2369-34
2 36 9-34 2

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

102.7
103.1
113.0

103.5
104.0
113.0

103.6
104.3
113.0

1.3
1.0

.1
.3
0

(3)
102.7
101.6

(3)
103.4
102.5

(3)
103.8
102.9

(3)

(3)

(3)

236 9-34 5
2369-3451
2369-3452
2369-34522
2 369-34 5 3
2 36 9-34 6
2369-34611

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
0 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 8
0 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 8

99.5
105.3
93.5
100.0
100.9
104.0
102.5

98.3
105.3
92.3
97.4
98.2
109.0
102.5

99.2
105.3
92.3
97.4
101.8
109.0
102.5

236 9-39
2369-393
2 369-396
2 369-398
2369-9
2369-SM
2369-S
2 3 6 1 -S
2369-SS S

G irls’, ch ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ dresses, blouses, and sh irts— C o ntinued
G irls’ d r e s s e s ...........................................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s d re s s e s ..................................................................................................
All o r ch ie fly m a n m ad e fib er fab ric .............................................................
In fa n ts ’ d r e s s e s ......................................................................................................
B lo use s & shirts, e xce p t knit sp ort shirts & sw e atsh irts .............................
G irls’ blou se s & s h ir ts ...........................................................................................
K nit sp ort sh irts & s w e a ts h irts ...................................................................................
K nit sp ort s h ir t s ...........................................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s knit sp ort shirts ..................................................................................
All o r ch iefly m anm ade fib e r fab ric .............................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk on dresses, blou se s & s h ir t s ........................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Sep.
198 9 2

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

106.3
101.5
107.2

106.3
101.5

106.3
101.5

-.1
.6

(3)
114.1
103.6

(3)
(3)
103.6

(3)
(3)
3.0

2361-121
2 361-123
236 1-12 3 35
2 361-125
2361-13
2361-133
2361-2
2361-21
236 1-21 5
236 1-21 5 43
2361-9
2 3 6 1 -SM
2 3 6 1 -S

G irls ’, ch ild re n ’s, & in fa n ts ’ outerw ear, n .e .c.....................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
C oats, snow suits, co at-a n d-leg g ing sets, suits, vests, & ja c k e t s .................
C o a t s ..............................................................................................................................
O uterw ear, n.e.c., e xce p t co n tra ct w o rk ....................................................... .......
Play g a rm e n ts ..............................................................................................................
G irls’ play g a r m e n ts ..............................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s and in fa n ts ’ play g arm ents, e xcep t in fa n ts ’ cre e p e rs and
rom pers .............................................................................................................
S la c k s .....................................................................................................................
Jeans, dungarees, and s h o r ts .......................................................................
O the r fabric ..................................................................................................
All o th e r play garm ents, e xcept in fan ts’ creepers and r o m p e r s ......
In fa n ts’ cre e pe rs and r o m p e r s ..........................................................................
A ll o r ch iefly m a n -m a d e ...................................................................................
O the r outerw ear- skirts, sw im suits, headw ear, neckw ear, buntings,
robes, e tc ................................................................................................................
S k ir t s ...........................................................................................................................
S w im s u its ...................................................................................... ............................
H eadw ear, neckw ear, buntings, robes, e tc ....................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk on ch ild re n ’s outerw ear, n .e .c........................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
G irls’, c h ild re n ’s, and in fa n ts ’ dresses, blouses, & s h ir t s ............................
O the r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

2369

Fur g o o d s ......................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Fur p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................................
M i n k .................................................................................................................................

2371

M isce lla n e o u s apparel and a c c e s s o rie s ............................................................................
Fa bric dre ss and w o rk g lo v e s ...............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o rk g love s and m itte ns ............................................................................................
All f a b r ic .........................................................................................................................
S ingle ca nto n f la n n e l............................................................................................
D ouble ca nto n fla nn el ..........................................................................................
Fle e ced c o tto n je r s e y ...........................................................................................
Lea the r or p lastic and fab ric c o m b in a tio n s ......................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
R obes and dressing gow ns, excep t ch ild re n ’s ...............................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ and ju niors’ robes and dressing g o w n s ............................
All o th e r fa b r ic s ...........................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c ie p ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ciepts .................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts ......................................................................................................

2384

W a terproo f o ute r g a r m e n ts .....................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R aincoats and ra in c a p e s .........................................................................................
M e n ’s and b oys’ .....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’, and ju n io rs ’ .............................................................. ..........
O th e r w a te rp ro o f o ute r g a r m e n ts .........................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2385

Lea the r and sh eep lined clo thin g .........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Le a th e r co ats and ja c k e ts ...........................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ .........................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s, m isses’ , and ju n io rs ’ ............................................................................

2386

99.9

(3)
(3)

0.8
-.4
-.5
0
(3)
(3)
0
0
0
.0
0

(3)

.
2
-.5
(3)

.
4
.
4
(3)

0
0
(3)
(3)
(3)

-.4
(3)

.9
0
0
0
3.7
0
0
0
0
(3)
(3)
0

-.5
.
1

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

100.4
98.9

99.7
99.3
99.2

99.2
99.4
98.4

2.9
0
5.0

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

103.7
105.7
105.7
106.8

103.7
105.7
105.7
106.8

103.7
105.7
105.7
106.8

-5 .4

238

0 6 /8 5

111.1

111.3

111.3

3.3

0

2381

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

110.5
107.7
108.2
108.1
105.8
106.7
106.7
109.0

111.9
109.4
109.2
108.5
106.2
107.2
107.0
113.1

111.5
109.4
109.2
108.6
106.2
107.4
106.9
113.1

3.5
2.8
2.3

-.4

2.2

.
1

2371-P
2371-1
2371-111

2381-P
2381-2
2381-211
238 1-21 1 22
238 1-21 1 24
2 38 1-21 1 32
2381-251
238 1 -SM
238 1 -S

2384-P
2384-2
2384-203
2384-SM
2384-M
2384-S

2385-P
2385-141
2385-14111
238 5-14 1 22
238 5-19 8
2385-S M
2385-S

2386-P
2 3 8 6-1 A
2386-101
238 6-10 2

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
100.6

(3)
(3)
(3)

Sep. 1989

37

-.8
0
0
0
0

-5.5
-5.5
-3 .2

0
0

1.6

0

1
.1

.
2
-.1

2.8
3.8

0

0 6 /8 5

126.5

126.5

121.5

-4 .3

-4 .0

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

106.3
106.2
104.9
104.8

105.7
105.4
104.5
104.2

105.7
105.4
104.6
104.3

1.3
1.2

0
0

.
4
-.2

.
1
.
1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

107.1
105.6

107.1
105.9

107.1
105.9

2.4
1.0

0
0

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

112.6
113.3
112.9
112.0
113.5
116.9

112.6
113.3
112.9
112.0
113.5
116.9

112.6
113.3
112.9
112.0

3.6
3.7
3.0
3.9

0
0
0
0

(3)
116.9

(
3)

0 6 /8 5

108.9

108.9

108.9

3.4

0

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

122.5
121.6
122.4
127.4
117.0

122.6
121.7
122.7
128.0
117.0

122.8
121.9
122.9
128.2
117.2

4.2
4.8
5.0
4.1
6.2

.2

2.6

(3)
0

.
2
.
2
.2
.2

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

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

A p p a rel b e lt s .................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
L ea the r b e lt s ....................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s m ade fo r sale s e p a ra te ly .......................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ .........................................................................................................
B elts o th e r tha n le a th e r ................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s m ade fo r sale s e p a ra te ly .......................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ .........................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2387

A pp a rel and accesso rie s, n .e .c...............................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
B urial g a r m e n ts ...........................................................................................................
A ca d e m ic ca ps and g o w n s and costu m e s, including th e a tr ic a l...............
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2389

M iscellan eo u s fab ricate d textile p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................

2387-P
2387-1
2 387-115
2387-151
2387-2
2 387-215
2387-251
2387-S M
2387-S

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

Sep.
198 9 2

O ct.
198 9 2

110.4
108.8
110.9
103.1
115.9
104.1
106.5
110.5

110.6
109.0
111.2

110.6
109.0
111.2
103.1
116.2
104.2
106.5

(3)
116.2
104.2
(3)
111.0

(3)

O ct. 1988

4.8
3.9
4.5
.5
4.9
2.6
2.1
(3)

Sep. 1989

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

0 6 /8 5

117.8

117.8

117.8

8.6

0

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

107.1
106.5
112.1
108.6

107.9
107.5
112.1
110.3

108.0
107.6
112.1
110.5

2.8
2.6
3.3
3.8

.1
.1
0
.2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

111.2
107.2

111.2
107.2

111.2
107.2

5.3
1.0

0
0

239

1 2 /8 4

107.7

108.7

108.8

2.7

.1

C u rta ins and d r a p e r ie s .............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Curtains, e xce p t lace ....................................................................................................
W h o lly o r ch ie fly co tto n fa b rics ............................................................................
W h o lly o r ch iefly m a n m ad e fib e r fab rics, p lastics, and o th e r
m a te ria ls .................................................................................................................
C h ie fly p o lye ste r f a b r ic s ......................................................................................
O th e r m aterials, including p la s t ic s ...................................................................
D rap eries ...........................................................................................................................
W h o lly o r ch ie fly c o tto n fa b rics ............................................................................
W h o lly or ch ie fly m a n m ad e fib e r fabrics, p lastics, and o th e r
m a te ria ls .................................................................................................................
C hiefly rayon and a ce ta te fa b rics ....................................................................
Nylon and o th e r m a n m ad e fib e r fabrics, e xcluding rayon, aceta te ,
and p o ly e s te r ...................................................................................................
C h ie fly p o lye ste r f a b r ic s ......................................................................................
O the r m aterials, including p la s t ic s ...................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2391
23 9 1 -P
2391-2
2391-211

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

110.7
108.5
108.6

112.2
109.9
109.3
102.7

3.9
2.6
.8

(3)

111.8
109.6
109.3
103.2

.4
.3
0
-.5

2 391-222
2 39 1-22 2 73
239 1-22 2 74
2391-4
2391-411

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

110.4
110.4
100.0
108.5
106.7

110.7
110.8
100.0
109.8
107.7

110.8
110.9
100.0
110.3
108.3

(3)
3.8
-.8

.1
.1
0
.5
.6

239 1-44 4
2391-44471

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

109.3
106.9

110.6
108.8

111.2
109.8

5.8
8.4

.5
.9

2 39 1-44 4 72
239 1-44 4 73
239 1-44 4 74
2 3 9 1 -SM
2391-M
2 39 1 -XY9
2 3 9 1 -Z89
2 3 9 1 -S

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

100.0
111.7

100.5
111.9
106.3

101.7
112.0
105.9

(3)
3.3
2.0

1.2
.1
-.4

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

129.7
121.9

131.3
123.8
142.9
116.1

132.5
124.7
145.6
116.6

14.5
5.8
34.7
5.0

.9
.7
1.9
.4

H ouse furnishings, n .e .c.............................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
B ed sp rea d s and b ed se ts ............................................................................................
Tailo re d, q u ilte d ...........................................................................................................
N o nta ilo re d, e xce p t tufte d ......................................................................................
S he e ts and p illo w c a s e s ................................................................................................
T o w e ls and w a s h c lo th s ................................................................................................
O th e r hou se fu rnishin g s ..............................................................................................
C o m fo rte r s .................................................................................................................
B la n k e ts .....................................................................................................................
C rib size .................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r housefu rn ish ing s, e xce p t b lan ke ts and c o m fo r te rs .....................
S h o w e r/b a th curtains, including plastic .........................................................
M a ttress p r o te c to r s ................................................................................................
O the r quilted, including w added quilts and baby p a d s ............................
Bed p illo w s ................................................................................................................
F ancy pillow s and c u s h io n s ................................................................................
Foam .......................................................................................................................
O the r m aterials ...................................................................................................
M ops and dusters ..................................................................................................
S ponge m o p s .......................................................................................................
All o th e r house furnishings .................................................................................
Secondary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts .................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...........................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2392

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

105.4
104.0
105.8
101.6
100.5
106.7
96.2
104.9
88.1
102.5
101.7
101.5
90.6
99.6

107.0
105.7
106.4
101.6
101.7
109.5
96.2
106.8
88.9
104.6
102.6
103.5
92.9
99.3
101.1
98.9
108.1
106.4
108.7
109.9
103.0
118.9

3.0
2.7
2.8
1.0
5.2
4.0
0
2.9
-1 .3
3.9
2.6
3.4
2.2
3.0

(3)
98.9
107.6
106.4
108.0
109.7
103.0
118.9

106.9
105.6
106.4
101.6
101.8
109.7
96.2
106.5
88.9
104.6
102.6
103.1
91.5
99.3
101.1
98.9
108.1
106.4
108.7
109.9
103.0
118.9

(3)
1.7
3.3
1.2
4.1
.1
.4
1.9

.1
.1
0
0
-.1
-.2
0
.3
0
0
0
.4
1.5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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

106.1
104.9
107.5
116.9

107.8
107.5
107.9
116.9

107.8
107.5
107.9
116.9

3.9
4.1
3.6
5.5

0
0
0
0

T e xtile bags ..................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
V eg etable fib er bags ......................................................................................................
C o tto n , including co tto n ca nva s and ope n m esh co tto n ............................
O the r te xtile b a g s ...........................................................................................................
W h o lly or ch ie fly m an m ad e fib e r fa b rics ...........................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2393

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

106.3
106.3
104.2
123.6
109.1
108.7

107.9
108.5
108.1
123.6
109.1
108.7

107.9
108.5
108.1
123.6
109.1
108.7

3.1
4.1
4.8
1.0
3.3
3.3

0
0
0
0
0
0

1 2 /8 5

104.0

104.1

104.1

.3

0

2389-P
2389-181
2389-191
2389-SM
2389-M
2389-S

2392-P
2392-A
2 3 9 2 -A 1 1
2 392-A 14
2392-2
2392-3
2392-4
239 2-42 3
239 2-48 2
239 2-48 2 86
2392-4C
2392-419
2392-431
2392-438
2392-451
2392-455
2392-45557
2392-45559
2392-477
2392-47775
2392-498
2392-SM
2392-M
2392-XY9
2392-Z 89
2392-S

2393-P
2393-1
2393-121
2393-2
2393-241
2393-SM
2393-S

See footnotes at end of table.




38

(3)

(3)
114.7

(3)
.6
.7

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

1 2 /8 5

130.0

133.5

133.2

13.2

-.2

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

114.0
114.2

115.0
115.4

115.2
115.7

3.3
3.4

.2
.3

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

112.8
111.5

114.0
113.4

114.4
113.0

3.7
1.3

.4
-.4

1 2 /8 5

122.4

123.4

125.2

9.2

1.5

1 2 /8 5

108.6

108.9

109.3

3.6

.4

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

124.1
116.9
102.4

124.5
117.9
102.4

124.5
117.9
102.4

1.6
4.1
0

0
0
0

1 2 /8 5

123.4

123.4

123.4

1.1

0

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

106.9
106.6
117.5
119.8
106.1
105.1
105.4

106.7
106.4
117.5
119.8
105.9
105.1
105.4

106.2
106.0
117.7
119.9
105.3
105.1
105.4

.3
.4
2.0
1.8
.3
.1
.5

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

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

106.8
101.4
120.3

106.8
101.4
120.3

106.8
101.4
120.3

0
0
-.2

0
0
0

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

126.3
128.4
133.2
124.6

126.9
128.9
133.2
125.6

126.8
128.8

4.4
4.6

-.1
-.1

(3)
125.4

(3)
8.8

(3)
-.2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

102.0
102.0

102.0
102.0

102.0
102.0

.3
.3

0
0

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

99.5
99.0
120.2
88.0
112.6
103.3

101.4
101.0
113.8
90.0
112.6
104.9

101.6
101.2
114.3
90.0
112.6
105.5

3.5
3.4
-1.1
2.4
2.4
2.6

.2
.2
.4
0
0
.6

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

98.6
97.1
107.8

98.6
97.1
110.2

98.6
97.1
110.2

4.6
3.0
3.4

0
0
0

1 2 /8 4

115.9

116.6

117.9

7.8

1.1

12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
0 6 /8 2
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81

127.5
123.9
137.1
137.4
137.8
135.1
137.0
67.7
192.4
146.0
152.8
221.9
126.1
121.2
106.1

132.0
129.1
144.5
145.0
143.7
152.8
144.2
68.7
204.7
145.8
163.1
238.2
130.9
125.7
109.2

134.4
132.0
149.6
156.2
153.3
173.5
145.3
68.6
209.4
145.8
165.6
234.6
131.2
125.7
109.2

20.3
17.5
25.1
33.3
31.5
43.7
20.0
4.1
35.3
7.2
24.0
21.2
15.4
5.6
2.9

1.8
2.2
3.5
7.7
6.7
13.5
.8
-.1
2.3
0
1.5
-1 .5
.2
0
0

239 4-34 4
1 2 /8 5
239 4-36 6 37
2394-5
2 394-533
239 4-55 5
2394-8
2 394-877
2 394-898
2394-S M
2394-S

2396

2397

2399

24

Logging cam ps and logging c o n tra c to r s ............................................................................
Prim ary p roducts .................................................................................................................
S oftw ood logs, bolts, and tim b e r .............................................................................
D ouglas f i r .....................................................................................................................
S aw logs and b o lt s ..................................................................................................
V eneer logs and b olts ..........................................................................................
S oftw ood, e xcept D ouglas f i r ................................................................................
Southern yellow pine ............................................................................................
P onderosa pine ......................................................................................................
S p r u c e .........................................................................................................................
H e m lo c k .....................................................................................................................
W estern red ce da r .................................................................................................
O ther so ftw ood log species, n .e.c.....................................................................
H ardw ood logs, bolts, and tim b e r ............................................................................
O ther hardw ood log species, n .e .c.......................................................................

2.6
2.1
.3
4.4
4.5
6.5
2.8

0.2
.1
0
.3
.5
0
0
1.0
0
2.3
-1 .2
-2 .6
0

2395-9
2395-931
2395-941
2395-S M
2395-S

Lum ber and w ood products, e xcept furniture ..................................................................

114.9
114.4
119.5
112.7
118.6
2.7
105.4
116.8
116.3
117.5
111.7
122.1
104.8

2395-141

F abricated textile products, n .e .c...........................................................................................
Prim ary products .................................................................................................................
A utom obile seat co vers ...........................................................................................
Seat or safety belts, including sh oulder harnesses, excep t leather
Flags, banners, and sim ilar e m blem s ................................................................
All o th e r fab ricate d textile products, n .e .c..........................................................
Secondary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts .................................................................................................
C o ntract w ork and oth e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................
S econdary p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

114.7
114.3
119.5
112.4
118.0
104.8
105.4
115.6
116.3
114.9
113.1
125.4
104.8

2395-131

S chiffli m achine em b roide rie s ...............................................................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
E y e le t..............................................................................................................................
N o velties .......................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ....................................................................... .........................
C o ntract w ork and o th e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................

114.6
114.2
122.9
111.2
116.3
104.8
105.0
115.6
116.3
114.9
113.1
125.4
104.8

2394-P
2394-211

2395

A u to m o tive trim m ings, apparel findings, and rela ted p ro d u c ts .................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and b o ys’ suit and co a t findings, and hat and cap trim m in gs ........
M e n ’s and b o ys’ coat, suit, and tro use r fin din g s ...........................................
A uto m o tive trim m in gs ...................................................................................................
O the r trim m in gs and fin d in g s .....................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s a pparel trim m in gs and fin d in g s ............................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s rece ipts
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
104.3
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

2395-1
239 5-11 2

P leating, S titching, and T u c k in g ............................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
E m broideries, stam ped art goods, o th e r n ee dlew ork, p rinting on
purcha sed f a b r ic .....................................................................................................
E m broideries, including em b roide re d art n e e d le w o rk ..................................
S tam ped art goo ds fo r em b roide rin g n ee dlew ork, punching, etc. and
o th e r n e e d le w o rk ...............................................................................................
Printing on p urchased fab ricate d textile p roducts, including silk
screen ....................................................................................................................
C om m ission e m broidering, printing, tucking, pleating, etc. fo r the
t r a d e ............................................................................................................................
C o ntract tucking, p leating, hem stitch in g, e tc ....................................................
C o n tra ct p rinting fo r the tra de ..............................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Oct.
1 98 9 2

2395-P

C anvas and re la ted p ro du cts .................................................................................................
2394
P rim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
A w n in g s ..........................................................................................................................
T e n ts .............
2394-3
C am ping te n ts .............................................................................................................
O th e r ten ts
239 4-36 6
Co m m e rcial and o th e r te n ts ..............................................................................
T a rp au lin s and o th e r c o v e r s ......................................................................................
F la t ...................................................................................................................................
Fitted ..............................................................................................................................
O the r p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S a i ls .................................................................................................................................
O the r p roducts, including shades, air cushions, fuel co nta ine rs, etc.
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

Sep.
198 9 2

2411

2396-P
2396-1
2396-111
2396-2
2396-3
2396-311
2396-SM
2 396-M
2396-X Y 9
2396-S

2397-P
2 397-113
2 397-115
2397-SM
2397-M
2397-XY 9

2399-P
2399-115
2399-125
2399-141
2399-198
2399-SM
2399-M
2399-XY 9
2399-S

2 4 1 1-P
2411-1
2411-117
2411-11744
2 411-11766
2411-13
2411-131
2411-132
2411-133
2411-135
2411-136
2411-137
2411-2
2411-221

See footnotes at end of table.




39

O ct. 1988

4.1
3.2
4.3
2.7
2.9

Sep. 1989

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u ct1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

Logging ca m p s and logging c o n tra c to rs — C ontinued
P u lp w o o d ...........................................................................................................................
S o ftw o o d ...................................................................................................................
H a rd w o o d ..................................................................................................................
O th e r ro u nd w o od p ro d u cts .........................................................................................
O th e r ro u nd w o od pro du cts, n .e .c..........................................................................
C o ntract logging .............................................................................................................
C o ntract lo g g in g ..........................................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................

Sep.
1 98 9 2

O ct.
19892

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

88.5
83.9
97.7
79.3
78.9
104.5
104.5

88.7
83.8
(3)
79.9
79.6
105.5
105.5

88.8
83.8
100.0
81.8
81.5
104.1
104.1

6.3
7.0
2.2
4.6
3.8
-.5
-.5

(3)
2.4
2.4
-1 .3
-1 .3

1 2 /8 4

117.0

115.8

116.7

6.9

.8

2 42 1 -P
2421-1
2421-12
2421-121
2421-12111
2421-12112
2421-12119
2421-122
2421-12211
2421-129
2421-1291
2421-1295
2421-1299

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

114.3
115.7
132.4
130.3
144.7
153.4
131.7
143.6
114.6
100.7
119.0
112.7
122.7
108.8

113.1
114.3
131.4
128.8
142.3
150.2
129.8
143.7
115.1
101.3
118.0
113.3
122.5
106.9

113.9
114.5
131.7
129.0
142.6
150.4
130.2
143.9
114.9
101.1
118.2
113.3
122.5
107.2

7.8
7.5
-.2
-.5
-1.1
.7
-4 .3
.8
-.4
-1 .6
.3
.5
.6
-.1

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

2421-13
2421-131
2421-139
2421-2
2421-3
2421-31
2421-312
2 421-313
2 421-32
2421-321
2421-3211
2421-32111
2421-32 1 13
2 42 1-32 1 19
2421-322
2421-3221
2421-32211
2 42 1-32 2 12
242 1-32 2 19

1 2 /8 0
0 8 /8 5
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

143.0
128.6
128.6
116.5
108.7
106.4
123.7
97.5
109.8
116.4
115.1
108.7
127.5
119.0
108.4
102.7
91.6
103.2
103.9

145.5
130.4
131.1
114.5
106.7
106.7

146.4
132.6
131.0
115.5
110.7
106.7

1.0
.8
1.4
10.1
6.2
1.6

.6
1.7
-.1
.9
3.7
0

(3)
97.5
106.7
114.6
113.2
106.5
125.2
117.7
105.9
100.1
95.3
100.9
99.2

(3)
97.5
112.5
114.2
112.8
106.5
124.7
116.9
116.0
111.2
105.8
113.1
108.6

(3)
-.6
8.3
-1.1
-2 .2
4.7
-3 .7
-1 .7
14.9
17.1
16.1
16.8
17.5

0
5.4
-.3
-.4
0
- .4
-.7
9.5
11.1
11.0
12.1
9.5

2421-323
2421-32311
2421-4
2421-41
2421-411
242 1-41 2
2 421-413
2 421-42
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

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

96.5
89.8
119.3
116.6
111.7
95.0
160.8
120.7
116.4
110.2
108.5
130.4
87.1
147.2
99.9
131.0
118.3
122.4
136.4
124.1
102.5
134.0
137.3
127.9
110.5
101.5
122.8
117.3

86.4
80.4
117.3
115.9
112.6
90.1
165.5
118.2
118.0
116.1
114.9
122.1
83.4
134.3
107.3
129.1
115.7
121.8
135.1
126.6
99.3
130.8
132.0
128.4
105.3
99.5
113.3
101.7

85.9
80.0
117.0
118.2
113.2
93.5
168.0
116.9
116.1
113.3
111.9
120.7
84.3
131.8
105.8
128.3
113.8
119.0
131.1
124.4
99.6
125.6
126.8
123.2
103.8
96.6
113.6
99.3

1.4
1.5
11.6
16.7
6.1
15.3
28.5
9.8
3.6
10.3
8.4
-4 .6
1.4
-7 .2
1.6
-.6
12.0
14.5
12.1
13.2
10.2
8.1
7.4
9.4
15.1
7.6
25.1
6.5

-.6
-.5
-.3
2.0
.5
3.8
1.5
-1.1
-1 .6
-2 .4
-2 .6
-1.1
1.1
-1 .9
-1 .4
-.6
-1 .6
-2 .3
-3 .0
-1 .7
.3
-4 .0
-3 .9
-4 .0
-1 .4
-2 .9
.3
-2 .4

2 421-4228
2 421-4229
2421-423
2421-4231

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

107.2
118.2
151.4
162.2

107.1
121.4
134.9
132.3

108.0
122.0
138.7
133.4

7.1
14.7
17.7
8.7

.8
.5
2.8
.8

2411-3
241 1-31 1 15
2 41 1-32 2 27
2411-4
2411-429
2411-9
2411-911
2411-SM

S aw m ills and planing m ills .......................................................................................................

242

S aw m ills and planing m ills .......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ardw ood lum ber rough and dressed excep t s id in g ........................................
H ardw ood rough lum ber ..........................................................................................
O a k ...............................................................................................................................
Red, no. 1 co m m o n ..........................................................................................
W hite .......................................................................................................................
O the r O a k ..............................................................................................................
P o p la r..........................................................................................................................
No. 1 com m o n ....................................................................................................
H ardw ood o th e r than O ak and P o p la r ...........................................................
G u m .........................................................................................................................
M aple, B eech and A sh ....................................................................................
O the r h a r d w o o d s ................................................................................................
H ardw ood, dressed lum ber, including ceiling, fram ing, and m atched
and sh iplapped lu m b e r.....................................................................................
O a k ...............................................................................................................................
O the r hardw ood s p e c ie s .....................................................................................
S oftw o od lum ber, rough and dressed, e xcep t s id in g .......................................
S oftw o od lum ber, rough and dressed, E astern species, excep t siding .
R ough s o ftw o o d lum ber, E astern s p e c ie s ....................................................
Light fram ing lum ber 2 in ch nom inal thickne ss only ............................
Lum ber and tim bers o ver 2 inches in nom inal thickne ss ..................
D ressed s o ftw o o d lum ber, E astern s p e c ie s ................................................
B oa rd s - lu m b er less than 2 in che s in nom inal t h ic k n e s s .................
S ou the rn Pine .............................................................................................
Finish, c and b e t t e r ...................................................................................
B oards, no. 2 ................................................................................................
O th e r S ou the rn Pine B oa rd s .....................................................................
Light fra m in g lu m b er 2 inch nom inal thickn e ss o nly ............................
S ou the rn P in e ..................................................................................................
D im ension, no. 1 ............................................................................................
D im ension no. 2 .............................................................................................
O th e r 2 inch S ou the rn Pine lu m b e r ........................................................
L um be r a nd tim b e rs o ve r 2 in ch nom inal thickne ss, E astern
s p e c ie s ...........................................................................................................
S ou the rn P in e ..................................................................................................
S o ftw o o d lum ber, rough and d ressed, W e stern sp ecie s ............................
R o ugh s o ftw o o d lum ber, W e stern s p e c ie s ...................................................
B oa rd s - lu m b er less tha n 2 inche s in nom inal t h ic k n e s s .................
Light fra m in g lu m b er 2 inch nom inal thickn e ss o nly ............................
Lum be r and tim b e rs o ve r 2 in che s in nom inal th ickn e ss ..................
D resse d s o ftw o o d lum ber, W e stern s p e c ie s ...............................................
B oa rd s-lu m b e r less tha n 2 inch nom inal t h ic k n e s s ..............................
D ouglas F i r ........................................................................................................
O th e r b o a r d s ....................................................................................................
P onderosa P in e ..............................................................................................
No. 3 b o a r d s ....................................................................................................
O the r b o a r d s ....................................................................................................
R edw ood and W e stern Red C edar ........................................................
O the r boards, W estern dressed s o ftw o o d ............................................
Lum ber o f 2 in ches nom inal thickne ss only ............................................
D ouglas F i r ........................................................................................................
S tandard and b e t t e r ......................................................................................
O the r 2 inch D ouglas Fir lum ber .............................................................
P onderosa P in e ...............................................................................................
W hite F i r ............................................................................................................
Standard and b e t t e r ......................................................................................
O the r 2 inch W hite Fir lu m b e r ...................................................................
W e stern H e m lo c k ...........................................................................................
D im ension, std. and b tr.................................................................................
O the r 2 inch W e stern H e m lo ck lum ber ................................................
R edw ood 2 inch lu m b e r ..............................................................................
Lodgepole, Sugar, and W estern (Idaho) W hite Pine 2 inch
lu m b e r .........................................................................................................
O the r W estern s o ftw o o d 2 in ch lu m b e r ................................................
Lum ber and tim bers, o ver 2 inch nom inal th ic k n e s s ............................
D ouglas F i r ........................................................................................................

2421

See footnotes at end of table.




40

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

0.1
0

(3)

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

Index
Industry ancf p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

S aw m ills and p laning m ills— C o ntinued
O the r W e stern so ftw o o d t im b e r s .............................................................
W o o d ch ips ......................................................................................................................
S ho rt to n s ...........
S ta n da rd units ....
S o ftw o o d cu t stock
O th e r industrial cut stock
S oftw o od flooring, siding and o th e r saw m ill and planing mill p ro d u c ts .....
S o ftw o o d flo o r in g .......................................................................................................
W o o dsid in g ...................................................................................................................
R ailw ay cro sstie s and m ine ties .................................. ........................................
O the r saw m ill p roducts ............................................................................................
C o ntract or cu stom w o r k .............................................................................................
C o ntract drying, planing, resaw ing or o th e r m anufacturing o f lum ber
ow ned by o thers ................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ..................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2 42 1-42 3 9
2 421-5
2 42 1-57 7
242 1-57 8
242 1-7
2421-751
2 421-8
2421-811
2 42 1-81 3
2421-817
2421-897
2421-9

142.6
96.4
109.4
78.5
108.0
104.9
113.1
116.6
117.5
110.5
110.2
123.8

26.4
7.2
5.8
8.9
-4 .3
-4 .4
1.5
0
2.5
1.3
.3
3.3

4.5
-2 .6
-5 .0
.3
-2 .9
-3 .0
.8
0
3.3
0
0
-.6

1 2 /8 6

104.8

106.1

105.3

3.2

-.8

1 2 /8 0

105.9

106.4

114.2

13.0

7.3

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

110.8
109.8
103.4

110.6
109.6
102.0

111.1
110.2
102.5

.7
.9
-1 .3

.5
.5
.5

242 6-11 9
2426-141
242 6-19 8

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

117.7
92.7
102.3

118.1
91.2
104.7

118.0
90.6
104.7

.7
-1 .5
2.4

-.1
-.7
0

2426-2
2426-223
2426-22311
2426-22313
2426-227

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

110.5
104.3
105.9
104.3
111.9

110.6
104.4
106.0
104.3
112.4

111.3
104.4
106.0
104.3
111.5

1.4
-1 .4
1.3
-1 .5
-1 .8

.6
0
0
0
-.8

242 6-22 9
242 6-6
2426-611
2426-S M

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

115.1
116.7
116.7

115.1
117.3
117.3

117.3
117.3
117.3

6.3
1.7
1.7

1.9
0
0

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

151.5
152.2
154.2
162.8
150.8

149.6
150.1
151.7
148.3
152.8

153.5
154.3
156.7
155.8
157.2

-1 .6
-2 .5
-4.1
1.8
-6 .4

2.6
2.8
3.3
5.1
2.9

1 2 /8 4

113.7

115.1

117.9

9.3

2.4

2431-P
2431-1
2431-133
2431-137
2431-141
2431-145

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

119.9
119.6
121.1
127.0
120.1
108.0
103.5

119.4
118.7
121.1
126.9
120.2
110.3
101.4

119.4
118.7
121.1
126.8
120.2
110.3
101.4

4.3
4.2
3.9
4.6
3.2
5.7
.1

0
0
0
-.1
0
0
0

2431-2
2431-215
2431-3
2431-315

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

123.4
118.9
108.9
108.6

123.3
118.8
104.0
101.2

123.3
118.8
102.8
99.4

3.1
2.2
4.7
1.0

0
0
-1 .2
-1 .8

2431-4
2431-41
2431-411
2431-413
2431-419
2431-43
2431-431
2431-433
2431-435
2431-44
243 1-44 A
2431-445
2 43 1 -44B
2431-448
2431-5
2431-561
2 43 1-57 5
2 43 1-58 4
243 1-58 5
243 1-59 8

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 1 /8 4
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3

118.0
108.5
131.9
119.1
129.6
103.9
103.4
109.4
104.8
108.0
107.6
119.1

119.5
110.6
135.8
120.2
130.7
106.0

120.4
110.4
135.4
120.3
130.7
105.9

7.1
8.6
11.1
6.2
6.2
4.7

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

(3)
113.8
106.7
107.8
107.4
119.2

(3)
113.5
106.6
110.8
111.1
125.3

(3)
5.9
6.6
8.4
8.3
9.4

(3)
-.3
-.1
2.8
3.4
5.1

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

118.3
119.7
120.1
103.2
119.7
118.2
118.9

118.3
120.6
122.4
106.2
120.3
118.2
118.5

118.3
121.2
123.8
106.2
120.4
118.2
118.9

8.8
5.3
11.2
4.4
3.5
4.5
3.2

0
.5
1.1
0
.1
0
.3

2 431-6

0 6 /8 3

117.9

111.9

110.7

.1

-1.1

2429

243

M illw o rk ..........................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
W o o d w in d ow u n it s .......................................................................................................
D ouble hung ................................................................................................................
C a s e m e n t......................................................................................................................
H orizontal s lid in g .........................................................................................................
All other, including single hung and s k y lig h ts .................................................
W ood sash, incl. com b, screen and storm sash, and w in d ow screens,
excl. w in d ow u n it s ..................................................................................................
W ood sash; g la z e d ....................................................................................................
W ood w indow and d oo r fram es and d oo r fram es shipped in d oo r units ..
D oor fr a m e s ........................................................................ .........................................
W ood doors, int. and ext., incl. tho se shipped w ith glazed se ction s and
in d oo r u n it s .............................................................................................................
Panel type doors, including F rench d o o r s ........................................................
D ouglas f i r .................................................................................................................
W estern p in e s ..........................................................................................................
O ther species ..........................................................................................................
Flush type doors, h ollow c o r e ...............................................................................
S oftw ood f a c e s ........................................................................................................
H ardw ood faces, including lauan, birch, oak, e tc ........................................
H ardboard f a c e s .....................................................................................................
Flush type doors, solid c o r e ...................................................................................
H ardw ood faces, including lauan, birch, oak, e tc ........................................
Solid com p ositio n core ....................................................................................
N on-hardw ood fa c e s .............................................................................................
S oftw ood and o th e r f a c e s ..............................................................................
O ther w ood doors, incl. garage, screen, storm , com bination, and louvre .
G arage doors, w o o d ..................................................................................................
S creen doors and co m b ina tio n screen and storm doors, w o o d ......... .
B i-fold doors, w o od ...................................................................................................
Sliding patio doors, w o od .......................................................................................
O the r w o od doors, incl. storm , cabinet, toilet, grain, e tc ..............................
W o o d m old in gs (standard) e xcep t pre finish e d m o ld in gs m ade from
p urchased m o ld in g s ..............................................................................................

136.5
99.0
115.1
78.3
111.2
108.1
112.2
116.6
113.7
110.5
110.2
124.5

2426-P
2426-1

M illw ork, veneer, plyw ood, and stru ctu ra l w o od m em b ers ........................................

141.0
94.8
108.2
76.7
125.6
122.1
111.1
116.6
106.1
110.5
113.3
122.9

2 426

S pecial p ro du ct saw m ills, n .e .c...............................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Red ce d a r sh ing le s and shake s ...........................................................................
S h in g le s ................................................................................ ....................................
S ha ke s (h a nd split and resaw n, ta p e r and stra ig ht s p lit ) .........................

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

2421-951
2 421-S M
2 4 2 1 -S

H a rd w o od d im ension and f lo o r in g .......................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
H a rd w o od f lo o r in g ..........................................................................................................
O ak sp ecia lty flo oring , block, parquetry, plank, oak face d , b acked
plyw o od and o th e r o a k ....................................................................................
G lued lam inated tru ck tra ile r flo oring and railroad ca r d eckin g ...............
O th e r hardw o o d f lo o r in g ..........................................................................................
H a rd w o od dim. stock, furn. parts, and ve hicle stock, hardw o o d dim .
incl. glu-lam , excl. p ly w o o d ................................................................................
Kiln dried, rough or surfaced, dim ension s t o c k ..............................................
Kiln dried, rough dim ension s t o c k ....................................................................
Kiln dried, surfaced dim ension s t o c k ..............................................................
S em ifabricated dim ension s t o c k ...........................................................................
C o m pletely fab ricate d ready for assem bly, including furniture parts,
e xcept fram es .....................................................................................................
W o o d fra m e s fo r househ o ld f u r n itu re .....................................................................
W o o d furnitu re fra m e s fo r h ou sehold fu r n itu re ...............................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

2431

2429-P
2429-111
2429-11101
242 9-11 1 03

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
19892

41

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
June
1 98 9 2

M illw o rk— C ontin u ed
S o ftw o o d m o ld in g s ....................................................................................................
Pine .............................................................................................................................
O th e r so ftw o o d sp ecie s ......................................................................................
H a rdw ood, including la uan .....................................................................................
O th e r m illw o rk p ro d u cts inclu din g stairw o rk and e xte rio r m illw o rk ..............
S tairw ork, including treads, risers, balusters, b ra ckets, crooks,
n ew els, rails, e tc ..................................................................................................
S o ftw o o d ...................................................................................................................
H a rd w o o d ..................................................................................................................
E xte rior w o od b lin ds a nd shutters, w ith or w ith o u t h a r d w a re ....................
E xte rior m illw ork, including porch co lum ns, p orch rails, new els,
trellises, and e n tra n c e s ....................................................................................
N o nsta nd a rd w o od m oldings, carvings, and o rn am e n ts su itab le fo r
arch, o r furn. d e co ra tio n s ...............................................................................
O the r m illw ork products, n.e.c., including interior m illw o r k ........................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................
M etal doors, sash, and trim ...................................................................................

O ct.
1 98 9 2

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2 431-62
2431-621
2 431-622
2431-651
2 431-8

0.3
.2
2.1
-.7
3.0

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

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

102.4
124.8
123.2
110.7

102.2
124.8
122.8
112.4

102.9
124.8
124.3
112.4

2.5
3.5
1.9
1.4

.7
0
1.2
0

0 8 /8 3

131.1

131.1

131.1

4.5

0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

151.7
139.2

(3)
138.9

150.1
138.4

0
5.2

(3)
-.4

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

126.9
127.3
118.7
122.6
106.9

130.7
131.7
119.2
123.4
106.6

130.9
132.0
119.2
123.4
106.3

6.7
7.0
3.4
4.3
.3

.2
.2
0
0
-.3

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

116.7
116.7
117.0
117.1
115.8
115.3
115.5
114.5
120.2
117.2
123.9

117.2
117.3
116.9
117.1
115.8
116.9
117.7
114.5
120.2
117.2
123.9

117.3
117.4
116.9
117.1
115.8
117.1
118.0
114.5
120.5
117.7
123.9

3.1
3.3
2.8
2.9
2.9
2.3
2.0
3.5
8.0
7.3
8.8

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

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

116.0
123.0

116.5
124.2

116.5
124.2

1.9
2.9

0
0

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

109.7
111.8
110.4
110.0
103.8
116.0
108.8
112.4
100.6

110.4
112.6
112.0
111.8
103.9
115.5
109.0
112.4
101.1

110.5
112.7
112.1
111.8
104.0
115.5
109.5
113.8
101.1

5.9
6.5
5.3
5.2
.8
.8
2.5
2.9
4.8

.1
.1
.1
0
.1
0
.5
1.2
0

2435

2436

2439

W o o d c o n ta in e rs .........................................................................................................................

97.8
108.1
111.2
129.0
129.5

2434

Structural w ood m em bers, n .e .c.............................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
G lued lam inated lu m b e r ...........................................................................................
R oof tr u s s e s .................................................................................................................
O the r fab ricate d structural w ood p ro d u c ts .......................................................
F loor tr u s s e s ............................................................................................................
O the r fab ricate d structural w ood products, e xcept flo o r trusses .....

99.1
109.5
112.8
129.2
129.7

2431-875
2 431-898
2 43 1 -SM
2 4 3 1 -M
2 43 1-Z89
2 4 3 1 -S
2 43 1 -SSS
3442-S

S oftw o od p ly w o o d .......................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
S pe cia lty s o ftw o o d p lyw ood ......................................................................................
S oftw o od v e ne er ............................................................................................................
S oftw o od plyw ood s h e a th in g .....................................................................................
W estern, inland and o th e r n on-southern so ftw o o d plyw ood sh eathing .
C D X .............................................................................................................................
U n de rlaye rm e n t ......................................................................................................
In te r io r ....................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r s h e a th in g .................................................................................................
In te r io r ....................................................................................................................
S outhern s o ftw o o d plyw ood s h e a th in g ..............................................................
C D X ..............................................................................................................................
S heathing, in t e r io r ..................................................................................................
Sanded so ftw o o d p ly w o o d ..........................................................................................
W estern, inland and o th e r n on-southern sanded so ftw o o d plyw ood
A-C, e x te r io r .............................................................................................................
In te rio r.........................................................................................................................
S outhern sanded s o ftw o o d p ly w o o d ...................................................................
In te rio r.........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

105.4
117.1
111.2
129.6
130.0

2 431-835

H ard w o od ve n e e r and plyw o od ............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H a rd w o od p ly w o o d .........................................................................................................
V e n e e r co re -type II, m oisture re s is ta n t..............................................................
H ardw ood plyw ood type p ro d u c ts ............................................................................
H ardw ood v e ne er p a n e ls .........................................................................................
H ardw ood veneer, not re in force d or b a c k e d .......................................................
O ak ..................................................................................................................................
O the r h ardw o o ds ........................................................................................................

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

2431-82
2431-821
243 1-82 5
2431-831

W o o d kitch en c a b in e ts .............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
W o o d kitch en c a b in e ts and ca bin e tw ork, s to ck line ........................................
W o o d ...............................................................................................................................
P lastic la m in a te d .........................................................................................................
W o o d kitch en ca b in e ts and ca bin e tw ork, cu sto m .............................................
W o o d ...............................................................................................................................
P lastic la m in a te d .........................................................................................................
V an itie s and o th e r c a b in e tw o r k .................................................................................
S to ck l i n e ......................................................................................................................
C u s to m ...........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

244

2434-P
2434-1
2434-111
2 434-113
2 434-2
2 434-212
243 4-21 4
2 434-3
2 434-316
243 4-31 8
2434-SM
2 434-S
2434-SS S

2435-P
2435-1
2435-102
2435-3
2435-331
2435-4
2435-419
2435-429

2436-P
2436-3
2436-4
2436-5
2436-511
2436-5111
2436-5112
2436-51126
2436-5113
2436-51132
2436-522
2436-52231
2436-52232
2436-6
2436-611
2436-61121
2436-61122
2436-622
2436-62201
2436-S

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

101.2
98.5
129.8
110.7
90.6
97.2
90.3

106.7
103.5
131.8
99.3
103.3
104.9
99.6

116.6
114.4
134.0
116.1
115.0
113.5
107.6

27.2
29.6
28.5
43.0
32.8
25.0
25.6

9.3
10.5
1.7
16.9
11.3
8.2
8.0

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

100.7
115.5
88.9
86.1
83.2
80.1
108.6
108.3
103.3
101.8
109.4
125.6
125.6

104.4
116.6
101.4
102.8
101.6
96.5
102.2
101.4
96.9
94.9
108.0
126.7
120.0

113.3
127.0
110.7
116.8
109.9
122.4
109.2
108.8
105.5
102.0
110.9
124.7
124.4

26.2
21.9
28.6
39.2
30.7
58.5
16.4
15.4
14.7
13.3
27.6
27.6
14.9

8.5
8.9
9.2
13.6
8.2
26.8
6.8
7.3
8.9
7.5
2.7
-1 .6
3.7

2439-P
2439-131
2439-151
2439-198
2439-19815
243 9-19 8 25

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/81
0 6/81
0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1

113.4
112.5
108.6
112.4
120.4
120.9
119.3

112.4
111.5
104.7
111.9
120.2
120.2
120.1

113.2
112.4
102.0
113.4
122.8
123.3
121.9

1.5
1.4
-5 .9
3.0
3.0
3.1
2.8

.7
.8
-2 .6
1.3
2.2
2.6
1.5

0 6 /8 5

110.8

112.8

111.8

7.0

-.9

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 9892

42

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

Sep.
198 9 2

Oct.
19892

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

110.2
111.1
107.0
109.3

110.1
111.0
107.5
109.8

110.0
110.8
107.2
109.8

1.4
1.1
3.5
3.1

-0.1
-.2
-.3
0

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

114.2
114.1
106.0

113.5
113.6
104.6

111.0
113.6
104.6

7.9
-.4
-1 .3

-2 .2
0
0

0 6 /8 5

105.6

105.6

105.6

4.6

0

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

111.0
108.8
108.2
109.2

113.9
110.9
111.0
109.2

112.3
109.6
109.3
109.2

9.0
6.7
6.9
2.2

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

0 6 /8 5

122.7

129.7

126.4

20.5

-2 .5

2449-P
2449-1
2449-111
244 9-11 2
2449-11211
2449-3

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

112.7
113.0
107.0
108.9
106.0
107.5
116.7

114.3
114.9
108.2
108.4
108.1
107.5
116.7

114.4
115.0
108.3
109.1
107.8
107.5
116.7

8.1
9.1
2.7
.6
3.8
1.3
8.7

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

244 9-31 2
2449-5

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

116.7
126.3

116.7
131.1

116.7
131.1

8.7
26.1

0
0

2 449-513
2449-51311

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

126.7
126.7

131.7
131.7

131.7
131.7

27.7
27.7

0
0

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

N ailed w o od b oxes and s h o o k ..............................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N ailed or lo ck-co rn e r w ood e n b o x e s ......................................................................
M ade fro m lum ber fo r industrial and o th e r u s e s ............................................
M ade fro m ve ne er and plyw o od fo r fruits, vege tab le s, and industrial
and o th e r u s e s ....................................................................................................
W o o de n box and cra te s h o o k ...................................................................................
M ade fro m lu m b er fo r industrial and o th e r u s e s ............................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2441

W o o d p a llets and s k id s ............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
P allets, w ood e n, f l a t ......................................................................................................
S kids, w o od e n ................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2448

W o o d co nta ine rs, n .e .c..............................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W ire bo un d b oxes m ade from lu m ber, veneer, and p ly w o o d .........................
M ade fro m lu m b er .....................................................................................................
M ade fro m ve n e e r and p ly w o o d ...........................................................................
For fru its and v e g e ta b le s ....................................................................................
V e n e er and plyw o od co nta ine rs, e xce p t b oxes and cra te s ..........................
C o nta in ers incl. pails, drum s, tubs, fru it and ve g e ta b le baskets, and
ham pers, e tc ..........................................................................................................
S la ck and tig h t c o o p e r a g e ..........................................................................................
T ig h t co o p erag e (h og she a ds, barrels, & kegs fo r b ourbon and o th e r
w hiskey) .................................................................................................................
N e w .............................................................................................................................

2449

W o o d buildings and m obile h om es .....................................................................................

245

1 2 /8 4

112.1

113.0

112.8

3.2

-.2

M obile h o m e s ..............................................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M obile hom es, residential ...........................................................................................
S ingle s e c tio n ..............................................................................................................
W idth: 14’ and o ver ..............................................................................................
L ength: 5 9 ’ and u n d e r ......................................................................................
Length: g re ate r tha n 6 9 ’ to 7 4 ’ .....................................................................
Length: g re ate r tha n 7 4 ’ ...
M u lti-se ctio n .................................
D o u b le w id e ................................
2 4 ’ single story doublew ide
Length: 4 9 ’ and under ...
Length: g re ate r than 4 9 ’ to 5 9 ’ ................................................................
Length: g re ate r than 5 9 ’ to 6 9 ’ ................................................................
O the r d o u b le w id e ...............................................................................................

2451
2 4 5 1 -P
2451-1
2 45 1-13
245 1-13 4 4
2451-13441
245 1-13 4 44
245 1-13 4 45
2 45 1-14
2451-141
2451-1411
2451-14111
2451-14112
2451-14113
2451-1412

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 4 /8 7

118.7
118.6
118.7
118.2
127.5
108.6
130.1
123.3
121.5
121.5
122.5
130.4
122.5
119.1
108.2

119.9
119.8
120.0
118.7
128.1
108.6
131.1
123.3
124.9
124.9
125.9

119.6
119.5
119.6
118.5
127.8
108.6
131.1
123.2
124.1
124.1
125.1
135.0

3.6
3.6
3.6
3.4
3.3
2.8
3.3
1.2
4.5
4.5
4.7
7.7

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

(3)
109.5

(3)
121.9
109.5

(3)
4.3
2.8

P refabricated w ood buildings and c o m p o n e n ts ..............................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P recut p ackages sold as co m p lete u n it s ..............................................................
R esidential (hom es, to w nh ou se s, and a pa rtm e nts) ......................................
Panelized buildings sold as co m p lete u n it s ..........................................................
R esidential ....................................................................................................................
Single fam ily, including to w n h o u s e s ...............................................................
M u ltifa m ily ..................................................................................................................
N onresidential, including m o tels and h ote ls ....................................................
M odular buildings shipped w ith flo ors and w alls, and usually ceilings
and r o o f s ...................................................................................................................
Residential ....................................................................................................................
S ingle fam ily, including to w n h o u s e s ...............................................................
N onresidential, including m o tels and hotels ....................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................

2452
2452-P
2 452-2
2452-221
2452-3
2 452-334
2452-33433
2 452-33435
2 452-337

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

111.4
111.8
111.2
113.9
116.4
116.9
117.6
113.2
103.3

111.8
112.3
111.2
113.9
117.2
117.7
118.5
113.2
103.3

111.8
112.3
111.2
113.9
117.2
117.7
118.5
113.2
103.3

2.2
2.3
1.4
.3
3.5
3.6
3.9
1.5
1.3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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

109.1
110.9
111.0
104.4

109.5
111.4
111.5
104.4

109.5
111.4
111.5

.8
1.1
1.1

0
0
0

M iscellaneous w ood p r o d u c ts ...............................................................................................

249

1 2 /8 4

113.9

114.1

115.1

5.0

.9

W ood p re s e rv in g .........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W ood poles, piles, and p osts ow ned and treated by sam e e sta b lish m e nt
N ot over 15 fe e t in le n g t h ......................................................................................
O ver 15 fe e t in le n g th ..............................................................................................
O the r w ood products ow ned and treated by sam e esta b lish m e nt .............
Railw ay cro sstie s and m ine ties ...........................................................................
Lum ber and w ood siding, rough and w o rk e d ...................................................
O the r w ood treated p r o d u c ts ................................................................................
C o ntract w ood p re s e rv in g .......................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2491

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

109.2
109.6
114.0
101.5
116.5
107.5
111.4
100.8
118.1
105.1

109.5
109.6
114.1
101.5
116.7
107.4
111.4
100.8
117.9
105.1

112.4
108.8
110.6
101.5
112.5
108.3
112.4
101.0
117.8
105.1

9.9
5.6
8.8
2.0
10.1
4.4
4.0
4.3
2.8
1.4

2.6
-.7
-3.1
0
-3 .6
.8
.9
.2
-.1
0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

89.5
149.0

93.2
149.0

142.1
149.0

53.1
41.6

52.5
0

2 4 4 1 -P
2441-1
2441-151
244 1-16 5
2441-2
244 1-21 5
2 4 4 1 -SM
2 4 4 1 -S

2448-P
244 8-16 2
244 8-16 5
2448-S M
2448-S

2452-4
2452-444
2452-44443
2452-447
2452-SM

2 49 1 -P
2491-2
2491-211
2491-213
2491-3
2491-311
2 491-313
2 491-319
2491-911
2 49 1 -SM
2 49 1 -M
2 49 1 -S

See footnotes at end of table.




43

(3)
124.0

(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)
0

(3)

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 98 9 2

Sep.
1 98 9 2

Oct.
198 9 2

130.9
130.9
131.8

131.9
131.9
132.8

9.3
9.3
9.4

0.8
.8
.8

(3)
127.0
116.3
109.2
129.3
119.7
114.1

(
3)
(
3)

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

128.8
128.8
129.7
170.1
120.0
124.4
115.9
108.8
128.3
119.3
114.2

127.1
116.2
108.8
129.3
119.8
114.0

(3)
(3)
2.7
1.2
-.1
4.4
1.4
2.0

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

2499-P
2499-1
2499-111
2499-11111
2499-121
2499-12131
2499-131

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

114.5
113.3
128.8
120.4
121.9
137.5
135.0
145.6

114.4
113.2
128.8
120.4
121.9
137.5
135.0
145.6

115.1
114.0
128.8
120.4
121.9
137.5
135.0
145.6

3.0
2.6
7.2
6.7
8.3
2.6
-.7
14.5

.6
.7
0
0
0
0
0
0

2499-6
2499-611
2499-61111
2 49 9-62 3
2 49 9-64 3
2499-7
2499-711
249 9-71 1 03
2499-9
249 9-91 5
249 9-91 9
2499-951
2499-95151
2499-95 1 53
2499-957
2499-962
2499-966
2499-985

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

98.7
98.7
98.7
101.6
98.0
91.0
90.6
87.6
117.1
121.7
107.0
102.7
100.6
108.2
121.9
118.4
142.2
116.2

97.1
96.4
99.6
101.9
98.3
91.3
91.1
88.3
117.5
121.7
107.0
102.9

97.3
96.7
100.1
102.0
98.3
91.6
91.6
89.5
117.6
121.7

-4 .0
-5 .7
-3 .7
-.9
.2
3.5
4.3
4.1
2.7
3.3

.2
.3
.5
.1
0
.3
.5
1.4
.1
0

(3)
105.8
102.6
114.1
119.8
121.3

(3)
3.0
2.0
5.5
-.8
4.1

(3)
2.8

(3)
108.8
119.7
121.6
142.2
117.4

(3)
116.1

(3)
4.9

(3)
-1.1

2499-998
2499-SM
2499-M
2499-Z 89
2499-S
2499-SS S

0 6 /8 4

117.3

118.0

118.0

3.5

0

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

143.6
143.6
115.8
115.0

143.6
143.6
116.3
115.6

143.6
143.6
116.8
116.0

12.3
12.3
5.1
3.6

0
0

.
4
.
3
.
4

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

P a rtic le b o a rd .................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P articleb o ard, p la te n -typ e (m at fo r m e d ) .................................................................
F lo o r u n d e rla y m e n t................................. ..................................................................
M obile hom e d e c k in g ................................................................................................
S h e lv in g ................
O th e r indu stria l b o a r d ................................................................................................
3 /4 -in c h th ic k ..
5 /8 -in c h th ick ..
A ll o th e r th ickn e sse s ............................................................................................
O th e r plate n-type , including stepping, siding, e tc ............................................

2492

W o o d pro du cts, n .e .c..................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M irror and picture f r a m e s ............................................................................................
F ram es ...........................................................................................................................
W o o d fra m e s ...........................................................................................................
Finished m o ld in gs fo r m irrors and p ic tu r e s ......................................................
W ood m o ld in g ..........................................................................................................
F ram ed p ic tu r e s ..........................................................................................................
F abricated hardboard pro du cts from hardboard m ade at the
e s ta b lis h m e n t...........................................................................................................
Prefinished paneling, e xcep t lam inated and tiled w a llb o a rd ......................
P refinished e xte rior s id in g ...................................................................................
Dim ension and parts, including cut to size and m olded p r o d u c ts ..........
Panel stock; pan els and siding n o t fa ce fin is h e d ...........................................
M edium d en sity fib e r b o a r d ..........................................................................................
U n coa ted p a n e l...........................................................................................................
U n coa ted stan d ard size p a n e l...........................................................................
M iscellan eo u s w o od p roducts, n .e .c.........................................................................
H ouse h old type ute n sils o f w o od and w o od parts the re o f, n .e .c..............
T o o th p icks, skew ers, ca nd y sticks, and sim ilar sm all w a r e s .....................
H a nd too l h a n d le s ........................................................................................................
S triking to o l h a n dles (axe, pick, e tc.) .............................................................
Lifting and pulling to o l h an dles (rake, spade, etc.) ...................................
B room , m op, and pain t brush han dles ..............................................................
D ow els and dow el p in s ............................................................................................
W o o de n tools, too l bodies, and backs fo r broom s, m ops, and brushes
W ooden reels fo r wire and c a b le ........................................................................
M isc. w o od e n goods, including w o od turnings, e xcep t handles and
s p o o ls .....................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ............................................... ..........................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2499

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

25

1 2 /8 4

115.5

116.3

116.8

3.6

H ousehold furniture ...................................................................................................................

251

1 2 /8 4

114.0

114.7

115.4

3.9

.6

W ood h ou sehold furniture, excep t u p h o ls te re d ..............................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
W ood living room , library, fam ily room and den fu r n itu r e ...............................
Chairs, excep t dining room (including rockers) ..............................................
Tables, e x c e p t card and te lep ho n e ta b le s .......................................................
D esks ...............................................................................................................................
C redenzas, bookcases, and b o o k s h e lv e s ........................................................
O the r non up h olste re d living room fu r n itu re ......................................................
W ood dining room and kitchen furniture, excep t c a b in e ts .............................
Tables, dining room , 30 x 40 inches and g r e a te r .........................................
C hairs, dining r o o m ....................................................................................................
B u ffe ts and servers, dining room .........................................................................
C hina and co rn e r cabin e ts, dining room ...........................................................
O th e r dining room and kitch en f u r n itu re ............................................................
W o o d b ed ro om fu rnitu re .............................................................................................
B eds, h ea db o a rd s and f o o tb o a r d s ......................................................................
B eds, e xcep t bunk beds .....................................................................................
H e ad b oa rd s and h eadboard sets ..................................................................
B unk beds ................................................................................................................
D ressers, vanities and dressing t a b le s ..............................................................
W a rd ro be s and w a rd ro be -typ e c a b in e ts ............................................................
C h ests o f d ra w e r s .......................................................................................................
N ight tab le s and s ta n d s ...........................................................................................
O the r n on up h olste re d bed ro om furniture ..........................................................
Infa n ts ’ and ch ild re n ’s w o od furniture ....................................................................
Cribs, including springs sold as part of the c r i b .............................................
M iscellan eo u s in fa n ts ’ and c h ild re n ’s fu r n itu re ...............................................
U npainted, unassem bled, knock-dow n, and o utd oo r fu r n itu r e ......................
U nassem bled, knock-dow n, and o utd oo r fu r n itu re ........................................

2511

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

153.7
154.3
156.4
165.1
157.4
152.0
160.3
147.6
165.4
161.1
173.7
167.1
152.0
144.9
149.9
150.1
150.7
148.6
153.3
151.1
147.6
149.2
156.0
149.1
136.0
142.1
129.6
135.2
100.5

155.1
155.6
157.7
163.9
160.6
152.0
160.3
147.8
166.9
161.9
175.0
170.4
154.3
145.5
150.8
151.0
151.8
149.5
153.3
152.1
147.7
150.6
157.1
149.3
136.0
142.1
129.6
138.3

156.4
156.6
158.6
163.9
160.7
152.0
162.5
147.8
168.9
163.2
177.5
173.9
155.7
145.5
152.1
152.1
151.6
152.3
153.3
153.9
148.9
151.4
157.7
151.1
136.0
142.1
129.6
135.4
100.8

4.8
4.6
5.0
1.7
5.4
3.6
5.0
3.6
5.6
5.2
4.3
9.2
6.8
6.0
4.2
5.1
5.6
5.6
1.5
4.8
4.0
4.1
2.3
3.6
3.4
3.2
3.7

.8
.6
.6
0

2492-P
2492-1
2492-103
2492-105
2492-107
2 492-112
2492-11211
2 49 2-11 2 13
249 2-11 2 17
249 2-11 9

2511-P
2511-2
2511-231
2511-241
2511-251
2511-271
2511-298
2511-3
2511-311
2511-331
2511-351
2511-371
2511-398
2511-5
2511-5A
2511-511
2 511-513
2 511-515
2511-521
2 511-533
2 511-535
2511-561
2 511-598
2511-6
2511-611
2511-698
2511-7
2511-751

See footnotes at end of table.




44

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

(
3)

(
3)

1.1
.
1

(3)
4.9
.1
-.2

.
1
0
1.4
0
1.2
.8
1.4
2.1
.9
0
.9
.7

-.1
1.9
0
1.2
.8

.5
.4
1.2
0
0
0
-2.1

(
3)

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

W o o d hou seh o ld furniture, e xcep t u p h o lste re d — C ontinued
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s rece ipts ................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r secondary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2511-SM
2 5 1 1-M
2 5 1 1-Z89
2 5 1 1-S
2 5 1 1-SSS

140.3
140.4
164.7
155.3

4.0
4.1
9.1
5.7

0.3
.4
4.4
-.2

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

119.1
120.1
120.1
121.3
123.4
134.4
121.4
115.0
112.7
117.4
119.2
117.4
121.9
115.7
123.6
107.1
98.8
120.9

120.1
121.0
121.0
122.1
124.0
135.5
122.6
115.7
113.7
117.6
119.9
118.0
123.6
115.8
124.1
108.3
99.0
122.9

120.3
121.3
121.3
122.3
124.6
135.6
122.6
115.9
114.6
117.7
120.2
118.1
123.7
115.8
124.9
108.1
99.3
122.9

2.7
2.6
2.6
2.6
3.2
3.9
2.6
1.9
2.1
1.9
3.3
3.1
4.3
3.1
2.9
4.2
.3
2.2

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

0 6 /8 2

130.6

131.2

132.3

2.1

.8

0 6 /8 2

107.9

109.1

109.1

1.8

0

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

109.9
110.9
124.1
123.1
93.1
106.1
110.2
110.4
108.9
118.8
103.9
99.8
108.8
110.7
120.1
94.6

109.7
111.0
124.8
123.1
93.0
102.6
108.0
109.4
107.6
117.6
105.3

111.8
112.0
125.0

3.7
2.8
5.8

1.9
.9
.2

(3)
-6 .8
2.2
3.4
3.0
2.7
2.6
1.2
-7 .4
2.5
6.2
9.4
-5 .8

(3)
.1
1.9
3.7
5.2
5.9
.4
-.5

110.1
119.9
95.9

(3)
93.1
104.6
112.0
115.1
113.9
118.1
104.8
99.4
110.6
110.2
120.1
95.3

0 6 /8 4

108.9

106.0

110.7

3.9

4.4

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3

118.5
119.2
119.7
115.1
128.8
117.9

.6
.6
.4
0
.7
.4
4.2
8.0

100.0
114.6
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
119.6

(3)
115.0
100.4
100.0
100.0
100.1
119.6

119.6
120.3
120.7
116.4
129.9
118.6
140.3
123.8
100.0
116.1
101.5
100.0
101.1
100.1
119.5

4.9
4.8
5.1
4.2
5.9
5.4

(
3)
(
3)

118.9
119.6
120.2
116.4
129.0
118.1
134.7
114.6

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

(3)
100.0
100.0

112.3
100.0
100.0

112.3
100.0
100.0

(3)
(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

100.0
100.0
114.8
100.0
119.1
108.3

100.4

100.8
100.9
115.6
100.0
120.3
108.5

(3)
(3)

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

101.5
100.9
103.9

104.1
103.8
105.4

103.1
102.7

1 2 /8 5

108.0

108.0

108.0

2515

W ood TV and radio c a b in e ts ..................................................................................................
Prim ary products .................................................................................................................
Sewing m achine c a b in e ts ........................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary products ......................................................................................................

139.9
139.9
157.7
155.6

2514

M a ttresse s and bedsprings ....................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts .................................................................................................................
Innerspring m attresses oth e r than crib size ........................................................
Tw in size innerspring m a ttresses ........................................................................
Queen size innerspring m a ttr e s s e s .....................................................................
O the r size innerspring m attresses, e xcept crib size .....................................
O the r m attresses, including crib m attresses and m a ttress inserts .............
Foam core m attresses, oth e r than crib s iz e ....................................................
O the r m attresses, excluding innerspring m a ttr e s s e s ....................................
F o u n d a tio n s ......................................................................................................................
Spring fo u n d a tio n s .....................................................................................................
Foam fo u n d a tio n s ......................................................................................................
O the r foundations, including p latform ................................................................
Dual purpose sleep fu r n itu re ......................................................................................
C onvertible s o f a s ........................................................................................................
All oth e r dual purpose sleep furniture, including ja ckknife sofa beds
& chair b e d s .........................................................................................................
C onventional w a ter b e d s .............................................................................................
S oft sided w a ter b e d s ..............................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
W ood household furniture ......................................................................................
U pholstered w ood household fu r n itu r e .... .........................................................
O ther secondary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

139.9
139.9
153.8
151.4

2512

M etal household furniture .......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M etal household dining, dinette and b re akfa st fu r n itu re .................................
Tubu la r m etal ta b le s (not sold w ith a set) .......................................................
M etal kitchen fu r n itu r e ..................................................................................................
S tools, padded and p la in ........................................................................................
M etal porch, lawn, o utd oo r and casual furniture ...............................................
Tubular alum inum ........... ..........................................................................................
Chairs, rockers, benches, chaise lounges and se tte es ...........................
O the r porch, lawn, outdoor, and casual furniture, inc. picnic tab le s ....
O the r m etal household furniture ..............................................................................
Folding cots, rollable cots, arm y cots, and oth e r m etal b e d s ..................
M etal bed fr a m e s .......................................................................................................
In fa n ts ’ m etal furnitu re .............................................................................................
In fa n ts’ car s e a t s ....................................................................................................
O the r m etal h ou sehold fu r n itu r e ...........................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ................. ....................................................................................

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

251 2-P
2512-1
2512-112
2 512-11232
2512-11233
2 512-11234
2 512-11235
2 512-11236
2 512-11237
2512-132
2 512-13242
2512-13243
2 512-13244
2 512-13245
2512-141
2512-145
2 512-154

U p holstered w ood household fu r n itu r e ..............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
U pholstered w ood household furniture .................................................................
S ofas, davenports, settees, and loveseats ......................................................
C hiefly c o tt o n ...........................................................................................................
C hiefly rayon ............................................................................................................
C hiefly olefin ............................................................................................................
C hiefly nylon ............................................................................................................
C hiefly p o ly e s te r.....................................................................................................
O the r fibers and blends, including coated fabric and vinyl ....................
Chairs, e xcep t reclining and ro c k e rs ...................................................................
Chiefly c o tt o n ...........................................................................................................
Chiefly rayon ............................................................................................................
C hiefly olefin ............................................................................................................
O the r fibers and blends, including coated fabric and vinyl ....................
S ectio n al sofa p ie c e s ...............................................................................................
R ockers, including s w iv e l........................................................................................
R eclining c h a ir s ...........................................................................................................
O the r upholstered w ood household furniture ( o ttom ans, hassocks,
e tc ) .........................................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p roducts ......................................................................................................

2517

2512-198
2512-SM
2 51 2-S

2514-P
2514-1
2514-115
2514-2
2514-251
2514-3
2514-31
2514-312
2514-398
2514-4
2 514-433
2514-437
251 4-49 A
2 51 4-49 3
2 514-498
2514-SM
2514-S

2 5 1 5-P
2515-1
2 515-112
2 515-113
2515-114
2515-2
2515-215
2515-247
2515-3
2515-315
2515-317
2515-319
2515-5
2515-512
2515-516
2515-8
2515-811
2515-SM
2 5 1 5-M
2515-Z 89
2 5 1 5-S
2 5 1 1-S
2 5 1 2-S
2 51 5-SSS

2 5 1 7-P
2517-121
2517-SM
2 51 7-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 9892

45

(3)

(
3)

(3)
114.9
100.0
119.1
108.5

(
3)

(
3)
(
3)
(3)
5.1

(
3)
(
3)
.1
.2
-.6

(
3)

(3)
1.0
1.1
0

(3)
(3)
1.7

-.1

(3)

5.5
(3)
6.3
4.3
1.6
1.8

1
.1
0

0
0
0

.
4
(3)
.6
0
1.0
0
-1 .0

(
3)

-1.1
(
3)

-.8

0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

H o use h old furniture, n .e .c.........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
O th e r p lastics and fib ro us glass furn., exc. c a b in e ts ....................................

2519
2 51 9-P
2519-141

Sep.
19892

O ct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

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

102.3
102.0
100.9

100.4
100.0
100.4

100.3
99.9
100.3

-0 .3
.2
.3

-0.1
-.1
-.1

O ffice f u r n itu re .............................................................................................................................

252

1 2 /8 4

119.0

120.2

119.9

3.0

-.2

W o o d o ffice fu r n itu r e .................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S e a tin g ................................................................................................................................
S ecreta ria l c h a ir s ........................................................................................................
G en e ra l o ffice and d esk ch airs (including e xecu tive o ffice chairs) ........
S ide and arm c h a ir s ..................................................................................................
Lounge s e a tin g ............................................................................................................
D esks and e xte n sion s ..................................................................................................
D e s k s ...............................................................................................................................
E xecutive d e s k s ......................................................................................................
C lerical and se cre ta ria l d esks ...........................................................................
S to ra g e units, file s and t a b le s ...................................................................................
S to ra g e units ................................................................................................................
C red en za s .................................................................................................................
B oo kca se s and o th e r storag e u n it s ................................................................
T a b le s .............................................................................................................................
W o rk /c o n fe re n c e ...................................................................................................
All o t h e r .....................................................................................................................
Panel and m odular system s fu r n itu r e .....................................................................
Panel s y s te m s .............................................................................................................
Panel su pported s y s te m s ....................................................................................
Panels, less than ceiling h e ig h t....................................................................
O the r w ood o ffice fu r n itu re .....................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2521

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

111.3
110.6
112.3
115.5
114.4
112.9
93.8
113.2
114.5
113.6
116.0
115.7
113.6
111.4
117.8
117.9
118.4
116.3
100.6
100.3
100.3
97.0
132.4

112.6
112.1
114.5
118.9
118.1
113.5
94.1
115.0
115.8
114.7
117.9
117.4
115.9
112.5
122.4
119.1
119.1
119.1
101.2
100.9
100.9
97.9
132.4

113.0
112.4
114.6
118.9
117.9
113.9
94.1
114.9
115.8
114.6
117.9
117.3
115.7
112.2
122.4
119.1

2.8
2.6
2.6
4.4
3.6
1.4
-1 .2
4.3
4.2
4.0
4.5
3.4
4.8
3.9
6.3
2.1

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

(3)
119.1
102.4
102.1
102.1
98.4
132.4

(3)
2.8
.8
.8
.8
1.1
.8

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

132.7
132.7
112.2

132.7
132.7
112.3

132.7
132.7
113.1

0
0
4.2

0
0
.7

N o nw ood o ffice fu r n itu re ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O ffice s e a tin g ...................................................................................................................
Chairs .............................................................................................................................
Side and arm c h a ir s ..............................................................................................
G eneral o ffice and d esk chairs, excep t s e c re ta ria l...................................
O the r chairs .............................................................................................................
Desks and e xtensions ..................................................................................................
D e s k s ...............................................................................................................................
Filing c a bin e ts and c a s e s ............................................................................................
Vertical files, le tte r and le g a l...................................................................................
Horizontal or lateral files, le tte r and le ga l..........................................................
O the r files, including m otorized, visible, and in s u la te d ................................
O th e r n on w o od o ffice f u r n itu re ..................................................................................
T a bles and s t a n d s .....................................................................................................
S yste m s f u r n itu r e ........................................................................................................
M o d ula r system s fu r n itu r e ...................................................................................
P anel system s f u r n itu r e ........................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s n on w o od o ffice furniture, including b o o k c a s e s .................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2522

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /7 9

162.9
164.7
157.7
107.8
105.3
107.6
160.2
163.0
108.2
164.7
154.9
166.5
104.1
168.6
142.6
116.4
157.6
116.7
173.9

164.5
166.3
160.9
110.2
110.9
111.1
156.3
170.3
113.1
166.8
157.2
168.8
104.6
168.1
142.6
115.5
152.0
116.0
176.9

163.9
165.6
161.9
111.0
110.8
112.2
158.5
150.5
99.9
166.9
157.2
169.1
104.5
169.6
142.6
116.7
136.6
118.2
177.9

3.3
3.4
6.5
7.2
5.7
9.8
9.6
-6 .5
-6 .5
6.4
2.5
12.6
3.6
2.0
1.7
1.7
-8 .3
2.4
3.6

-.4
-.4
.6
.7
-.1
1.0
1.4
-1 1 .6
-1 1 .7
.1
0
.2
-.1
.9
0
1.0
-10.1
1.9
.6

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

146.5
144.4
150.6

152.8
150.6
150.9

154.8
152.6
150.1

6.8
6.9
1.4

1.3
1.3
-.5

P ublic building and re la ted fu r n itu r e ....................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
S cho o l furnitu re , e xce p t stone, co n cre te , and library f u r n itu r e .....................
C hairs, all purpose ( n o n fo ld in g )............................................................................
S torage c a b in e ts .........................................................................................................
O the r sch oo l furniture designed sp ecifica lly fo r use in s c h o o ls ...............
P ublic building and re la ted furnitu re , e xce p t sch oo l and r e s ta u ra n t..........
S ea ts fo r p ublic c o n v e y a n c e s ................................................................................
C hurch furnitu re ..........................................................................................................
C hurch p e w s ............................................................................................................
O th e r church furnitu re (pulpits, altars, e t c . ) .................................................
C hairs and seats, exclud in g se ats fo r public co nve ya n ce s and
s ta d iu m s .................................................................................................................
S tadium and b le a ch e r seating, including g ra n d stan ds ................................
O th e r p ublic building fu r n itu r e ...............................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2531

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

116.1
114.6
110.7
118.9
103.2
112.6
116.3
107.2
115.5
115.3
116.4

116.6
115.2
109.4
116.4

116.8
115.6
109.8
120.5

2.6
2.5
.2
7.0

.2
.3
.4
3.5

(3)
111.4
117.7
110.7
115.5
115.3
116.4

(3)
111.1
118.0
110.6
115.5
115.3
116.4

(3)
-2 .5 .
3.3
4.4
3.8
3.4
5.1

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

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

124.1
135.6
113.3

124.1
135.6
113.1

126.0
135.6
113.1

1.9
-.3
6.7

1.5
0
0

1 2 /8 4

114.9

114.9

114.9

7.5

0

P artitions, shelving, lockers, and o ffice and store fix tu r e s .........................................

254

1 2 /8 4

116.8

117.9

118.1

2.7

.2

W ood p a rtition s and f ix tu r e s ...................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

2541

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

122.9
122.7

124.6
123.9

124.7
124.0

3.2
2.8

.1
.1

2 5 2 1 -P
2521-1
2521-111
2 521-113
2 521-114
2521-121
2521-2
2521-22
2521-221
2 52 1-22 2
2 521-4
2521-411
2521-41141
2521-41143
2521-433
2521-43355
2521-43359
2521-5
2521-51
2521-512
2521-5123
2521-611
2 52 1 -SM
2 52 1 -M
252 1 -Z89
2 521-S

2522-P
2522-1
2522-11
2522-112
2522-114
2522-115
2522-2
2522-224
2522-3
2522-311
2522-321
252 2-32 8
2522-4
2522-411
2 522-42
2522-421
252 2-42 2
252 2-49 8
2522-SM
2522-M
252 2-Z 89
2522-S

2 53 1 -P
2531-1
2531-136
2531-137
2 531-198
2 531-2
2531-211
2 531-23
2531-231
2 531-239
2 531-25
2531-261
2 531-298
2 531-SM
2 531-S

2 5 4 1 -P

See footnotes at end of table.




46

(3)
0
1.2
1.2
1.2
.5
0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

W o o d p artition s and fixtu re s— C ontinued
W ood partitions, shelving, and lo ckers ..................................................................
P artitions (prefabricated, a ssem bled, or kn ocke d d ow n) .......... .................
S helving and lo c k e r s ................................................................................................
P lastic lam inated fixture t o p s .....................................................................................
W ood fixtures fo r stores, banks, offices, e tc .........................................................
R etail store fixtures, e xcept food store: c u s to m .............................................
W alls and w all fix tu r e s ..........................................................................................
C enter flo o r tables and g ondolas ....................................................................
O the r fixtures and displays ................................................................................
Retail store fixtures, e xcept food store: m a n ufa ctu re rs’ s ta n d a r d ..........
R etail foo d store fixtures ........................................................................................
C abinets (floor or w all types) ................................................................................
C ounters and bank fixtures ....................................................................................
C ounters, e xcept bank c o u n te r s ......................................................................
B ank fixtures, including bank co un ters .........................................................
O the r w ood fixtures, including w indow backs, telep ho n e booths, etc. ..
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts ................................................................................................
R esales ................... ......................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

111.9
111.7

111.9
111.7

2541-1
2541-111
2541-141
2541-2
2541-3
2 54 1 -33A
2541-332
2541-333
2541-334
2 54 1-33 7
2541-338
2541-341
2541-36
2541-361
2541-362
2541-398
2541-SM
2541-M
2 5 4 1 -Z89
2 5 4 1 -S

(
3)
124.9
125.2
116.9
111.5

0 1 /8 4
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 3

120.9
103.9
127.5

128.4
110.4
129.1

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

120.0
120.2
118.2
120.2
102.7
121.0
120.6
113.2

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

2542-498
2542-SM
2542-S

(
3)

1.3
2.5

(
3)
2.3
3.2
2.3
1.4

(
3)
1.3
1.6

Sep. 1989

0
0

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

(
3)

2591

2599

2 59 1 -P
2591-3
2 59 1 -3A
2591-311
2591-313
2591-4
2 5 9 1 -4A
2 591-452
2 59 1-45 9
2591-5
2591-511
259 1-51 7
2591-51711
2 59 1 -SM
2 59 1 -M
2 59 1 -Z89
2 59 1 -S

2599-P
2599-1
2599-101
2599-2
2599-241
2599-245
2599-247
2599-248

See footnotes at end of table.

47

2.7
1.9
1.6
2.2
2.6

.8
.1
0
0
0
-.1
0
-.1

130.9
112.5
128.8

8.3
8.3
3.8

1.9
1.9
-.2

120.7
120.9
120.3
124.1
105.4
121.6
121.3
114.0

120.9
121.2
120.3
124.1
105.4
122.5
122.3
115.3

2.2
2.8
2.5
5.7
3.1
3.2
3.4
3.0

.2
.2
0
0
0
.7
.8
1.1

119.0
122.8
120.2
118.8
117.1
122.5
120.4
120.5
116.5
124.3
122.8
125.5
125.0

119.0
122.8
120.7
118.8
117.1
123.5
120.9
120.9
116.5
125.1

3.7
2.1
3.8
6.2
3.3
3.7
2.1
.9
.1
1.6
.7
2.7
-1 .0

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

126.8
125.0

119.0
122.8
120.7
118.8
117.1
123.4
120.9
121.0
116.5
125.2
122.8
127.4
125.0

1 2 /8 3

108.2

108.5

108.5

2.2

0

1 2 /8 3

122.9

123.9

124.0

2.4

.1

116.1

117.0

117.3

4.5

.3

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

118.9
115.9
108.0
108.0
106.8
109.8
103.3
109.5
108.3
119.2

119.1
116.1
108.5
108.5
106.8
110.9
103.3
109.9
108.9
118.2

118.9
115.9
107.5
107.5
106.8
108.4
103.6
110.5
109.5
118.2

4.1
6.7
5.3
5.3
6.1
4.2
7.0
7.9
8.5
3.2

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

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

122.4
129.5
120.1
124.7

122.5
129.5
120.2
124.9

122.5
129.5
120.2
124.9

7.1
5.4
7.7
8.0

0
0
0
0

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

153.8
154.5
115.5

(
3)
(
3)
115.5

153.8
154.5
115.5

-1 3 .3
-1 3 .2
3.4

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

114.9
115.3
105.6
105.6
116.2
114.4
108.3
112.1
118.5

116.3
116.9

117.1
117.8

5.5
5.7

(
3)

105.6
144.5
109.7
113.2
120.9
113.5
124.0
111.3

O ct. 1988

1 2 /8 4

259

Furniture and fixtures, n .e.c......................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts .................................................................................................................
H ospital b e d s ...................................................................................................................
H ospital beds ..............................................................................................................
R estaurant, ca fe teria and bar furniture ..................................................................
W ood chairs and s t o o ls ...........................................................................................
M etal chairs and s to o ls ............................................................................................
B ooths, bars and back b a r s ...................................................................................
O ther restaurant, ca fe teria and bar furniture ...................................................

(
3)
125.1
125.0
116.5
111.6
105.3
104.8
144.4
109.7
113.2
120.9
113.6
124.0
111.4

2542-241
2542-251
2 542-3
2542-341
2 542-345
2542-351
2542-4
2542-46A
2542-463
2542-465
2542-467
2542-471
2542-481

D rapery hardw are and blinds and s h a d e s ........................................................................
Prim ary products .................................................................................................................
W ind ow shades and a c c e s s o rie s .............................................................................
W indow s h a d e s ...........................................................................................................
Plastic w in d ow shades ........................................................................................
O the r w in d ow shades including clo th and p a p e r .......................................
V enetian b lin d s ................................................................................................................
C o m plete Venetian blinds, vertical and h o r iz o n ta l.........................................
A lum inum slat b lin d s ....................................................................... .....................
A ll o th e r Venetian blinds including w o od and p lastic ...............................
O th e r sh ad es and b linds n.e.c., curtain and d rapery rods, pole s and
o th e r h ardw are ........................................................................................................
O the r sh ad es and blinds, e xcep t ca nva s and o th e r textile fab rics
C urtain and d rapery rods, poles, and fixtures fab ricate d at p la n t ...........
Carbon steei and all o th e r m a te r ia ls ..............................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

111.9
111.7
111.4
123.7
123.7
115.7
111.2
103.3
104.5
143.5
103.8
112.6
120.6
112.9
124.0
110.9

2542

M iscellan eo u s furniture and fix tu r e s ....................................................................................

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 3 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 8 /8 4
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

2 542-P
2542-1
2 54 2-11 7
254 2-11 9
2542-2
2542-23
2542-233

M etal p artition s and f ix t u r e s ...................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M etal p artition s (pre fab rica ted , assem bled, o r kn ocke d d ow n) ....................
M ovable, e xcep t fre e s ta n d in g ..............................................................................
O th e r p artitions, including fre e s ta n d in g ............................................................
M etal shelving and lo ckers .........................................................................................
M etal shelving .............................................................................................................
C om m ercial shelving fo r facto rie s, stores, e tc .............................................
O th e r shelving, including o ffice shelving fo r co rre spo n de n ce,
co m p u te r tapes, e tc ........................................................................................
L o c k e rs ...........................................................................................................................
M etal storag e racks and a c c e s s o rie s .....................................................................
D rive -in /d rive -th ru and g ravity co n ve yo r p allet storag e r a c k s ..................
P ortable stacking ra cks and fr a m e s ....................................................................
S ta cke r ra cks and o th e r m etal r a c k s ..................................................................
M etal fixtures fo r stores, banks, o ffice s, e tc .........................................................
R etail store fixtures, excep t food store .............................................................
C ustom fix tu r e s .......................................................................................................
M a n ufa ctu re rs’ standard fix tu r e s ......................................................................
R etail food store fixtures .........................................................................................
C abinets (floor or w all t y p e ) ...................................................................................
Counters, e xcept bank c o u n te r s ...........................................................................
O the r m etal fixtures, including bank fixtures, bank counters,
c lothing racks, e tc ...............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................




Sep.
1 9892

(
3)
(
3)

(
3)
(
3)

118.7
119.6
108.3
113.9
121.0

119.0
119.6
108.6
113.5
121.5

(
3)

(
3)
(
3)
6.3
8.9
2.0
5.5
6.5

(
3)
.5
0

(
3)
(
3)
0
.7
.8

(
3)
(
3)
.
3
0
.3
-.4
.4

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

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 98 9 2

Sep.
1 9892

O ct.
1 9892

116.7
106.4

116.8
106.8

119.4
106.8

O ct. 1988

Sep. 198!

Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.— C o ntinued
5.6
1.0

2.2
0

2 599-3
2599-351

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

2 599-353
2599-SM
2 599-M
2 599-S

1 2 /8 5

111.8

111.8

111.8

5.0

0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

114.2
112.1

116.3
112.6

116.3
112.5

(3)
6.1

0
-.1

26

1 2 /8 4

121.2

121.2

121.7

4.2

.4

2611

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

162.7
170.3
135.1
188.6
193.9

163.4
171.8
139.8
189.2
193.8

163.2
173.2
142.4
190.3
194.7

9.8
11.8
17.4
10.6
10.9

-.1
.8
1.9
.6
.5

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

117.4
199.8
121.5
117.9
118.2

117.3
199.3
120.9
117.9
118.2

117.9
200.9
123.1
117.9
118.2

11.2
14.0
(3)
9.0
20.1

.5
.8
1.8
0
0

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

187.9
112.2
115.7
103.5
122.0

187.9
113.7
116.2
107.8

188.3
113.4
115.4
109.6

8.2
4.7
7.0
8.1

.2
-.3
-.7
1.7

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

2 62 1 -P
26 2 1 -A
2 62 1 -A4
26 2 1 -A41
2 6 2 1 -A42
26 2 1 -A43
2 62 1 -A44
2 621-A49
2 62 1 -A8
2 621-B
2621-1
2 6 2 1-C
2621-2
2621-211
2621-3
2621-34
2621-36
2621-363
2621-365
2621-366
2621-36604
262 1-36 6 06
2621-4
2621-421
2621-4211
2621-42111
2621-42112
2621-4212
2621-4215
2621-42151
2621-42155
2621-42156
2621-42159

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

135.8
135.8
135.5
134.0
113.1
122.8
117.0
142.5
106.9
166.2
127.2
127.2
115.9
124.8
124.2
139.3
150.4
138.0
138.5
131.5
137.9
110.7
108.3
135.0
134.9
127.0
136.6
129.2
142.4
121.0
122.2
124.2
120.7
134.6

134.3
134.3
136.8
135.3
115.8
122.7
116.8
142.6
106.9
166.2
125.6
125.6
113.6
124.4
123.8
139.2
150.2
137.8
138.0
131.5
137.8
110.8
108.1
129.7
128.2
121.1
129.9
123.7
142.2
111.7
114.5
116.3
111.7
122.8

133.9
133.9
137.0
135.5
115.8
122.7
118.5
142.6
106.9
166.2
124.2
124.2
113.1
124.5
123.9
139.1
150.2
137.8
138.1
131.4
137.9
110.8
108.2
128.5
126.4
117.4
126.4
119.4
142.6
111.9
114.4
115.9
111.4
123.5

2.1
1.8
6.4
6.4
7.1
5.7
7.7
6.0
3.5
7.4
-6 .7
-6 .7
.5
1.0
-.4
1.4
2.5
1.3
2.2
1.0
1.4
.2
2.9
-1.1
-1 .7
.1
-.7
1.3
3.9
-6 .9
-5.1
-5 .6
-7.1
-7 .9

-.3
-.3
.1
.1
0
0
1.5
0
0
0
-1.1
-1.1
-.4
.1
.1
-.1

2621-4217
2621-441

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

136.4
129.2

132.6
126.5

132.1
126.0

.7
-.6

-.4
-.4

2621-44111
2621-44122
2621-465

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

116.2
130.2
147.1

113.3
126.6
147.1

115.8
125.8
147.1

.6
-1 .9
3.4

2.2
-.6
0

2621-481
2621-4811
2621-48111

1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

124.8
125.1
125.1

118.1
118.2
118.1

117.9
118.2
118.1

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

-.2

2621-48112

1 2 /8 7

125.1

118.5

118.4

-1 .2

-.1

2621-4812
2 621-D
2621-7

0 6/81
1 2 /8 7
06/8 1

132.1
115.5
141.8

127.7
115.6
141.8

126.1
115.9
141.8

-.6
7.9
7.9

-1 .3
.3

Industrial furniture, including b en che s, stoo ls, sorting ta b le s and

2 6 1 1-P
2611-1
2 611-2
2611-21
2 611-213
2 61 1-21 3 4
2611-21341
26 1 1 -2 1 34E
2611-21341

S ulfate, b lea ch ed and se m ib le ach ed (including s o d a ) ........................
S ulfate, s o ftw o o d ...........................................................................................

26112134M
261 1-21 3 42
2611-217
261 1-21 7 16
2611-25
2 6 1 1-S

S ulfate, h a r d w o o d ..........................................................................................

2621

S an ita ry papers, including stock, m ade in p a p e r m ills ...................................
T o ile t tissu e and sto ck .........................................................................................
Facial tissu e and s t o c k .........................................................................................
N a pkins and napkin s t o c k ...................................................................................
T o w e ls and to w e l s to ck ......................................................................................
O the r sanitary papers, including s t o c k ...........................................................
T issue p a p e r .................................................................................................................
N e w s p rin t...........................................................................................................................
N e w s p rin t.......................................................................................................................
P rinting and w riting g ra d e s ..........................................................................................
G ro un d w oo d paper, u n c o a te d ...............................................................................
P ublication and printing ........................................................................................
Clay co ate d printing and co nve rtin g p a p e r ......................................................
C oated 1-side ..........................................................................................................
C o ate d 2 -s id e s .........................................................................................................
No. 3 coated 2 - s id e s .........................................................................................
No. 5 co ate d 2 - s id e s .........................................................................................
C oated 2-sides e xcep t No. 3 and No. 5 ...................................................
No. 4 co ate d 2 - s id e s ....................................................................................
All o th e r clay co ate d 2-sides, including No.1 and No. 2 ................
B oo k paper, u n co ate d fre e s h e e t ........................................................................
C hem ical w o od p ulp w riting paper, excep t body s t o c k .............................
U n w aterm arked b o n d ........................................................................................
U nw aterm arked bond, No. 4 grade ........................................................
U n w a term arked bond, excep t No. 4 .......................................................
W a term a rke d b o n d ............................................................................................
Form bond, in rolls ............................................................................................
12 Ib. form bond in r o lls ..............................................................................
15 Ib. form bond in r o lls ..............................................................................
20 Ib. form bond in r o lls ..............................................................................
Form bond in rolls, excep t 12, 15 and 20 Ib. grades ......................
O the r w riting papers, including m anifold and ca rb on le ss base
s tock & body s tock fo r com m un ..........................................................
P ublication and printing grade fre e s h e e t .....................................................
Plain (including M.F., E.F., su percalendered, eggshell and
antique grades) ...........................................................................................
O ffs e t.......................................................................................................................
C over and text p a p e r s ..........................................................................................
O the r co nve rtin g and m iscellan eo u s free sheet, including body
s tock fo r coating ............................................................................................
E n v e lo p e ................................................................................................................
W hite w ove enve lo pe s .................................................................................
K ra ft e nvelope p ap er (including unbleached, se m i-bleached and
b leached kraft) .......................................................................................
A ll o th e r u nco ate d fre e sheet, n.e.c., including body stock for
coating ...........................................................................................................
P ackaging and industrial grade p a p e r s .................................................................
U nbleached kraft p ackaging and industrial co nve rtin g p a p e r ....................

See footnotes at end of table.




48

0
0
.1
-.1
.1
0
.1
-.9
-1 .4
-3.1
-2 .7
-3 .5
.3
.2

-.1
-.3
-.3
.6

0

0

0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

P roduct
co de

Industry
co de

Index
b ase
June
198 9 2

P aper m ill p ro du cts e xcep t building p a p e r— C ontinued
W rapping ...................................................................................................................
S hipping sack ..........................................................................................................
Bag and sack, o th e r than shipping sack ......................................................
O the r unb le ach e d kraft packaging and industrial co nve rtin g p a p e r ....
P ackaging and industrial co nve rtin g paper, e xcep t u nb le ach e d kraft. ...
W rapping ...................................................................................................................
Bag and sack, o th e r than shipping sack ......................................................
O the r packaging and industrial converting paper, excep t unbleached
k ra ft.......................................................................................................................
G lassine, greaseproof, and vegetable p a r c h m e n t.....................................
Special industrial p a p e r ............................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary products ......................................................................................................
Pulp mill p roducts ......................................................................................................
O the r secondary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
P aperboard mill p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................
P aperboard m ills ........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
P aperboard, m ade from prim arily virgin w ood p u l p ...........................................
U nbleached kraft packaging and industrial co nve rtin g paperboard
( > 8 0 % virgin w ood p u lp ) ...............................................................................
U nbleached linerboard .........
42 lb. kraft lin e rb o a rd ........
O the r unb le ach e d lin e rb o a rd ..........................................................................
B le ach ed p ackaging and industrial co nve rtin g pap erbo a rd ( > 8 0 %
virgin w o od pulp) ........................................................................................ ......
Linerboard ................................................................................................................
Folding ca rton -typ e b o a r d ............................................................................... .
B leached pap erbo a rd fo r m oist, liquid or oily foods, including m ilk
ca rton board .............................................................. .....................................
O the r blea ch ed pap erbo a rd fo r p ackaging and o th e r solid blea ch ed
b o a r d ................................. .................................................................................
S em ichem ical paperboard ( > 7 5 % virgin w ood p u lp ) ...................................
C orrugating m e d iu m ..............................................................................................
R ecycled p a p e rb o a rd ....................................................................................................
Linerboard ( < 8 0 % virgin fib e r ) .............................................................. ..............
C onta in er chip and fille r board .............................................................................
Folding ca rton b o a r d .................................................................................................
U nlined ch ipb o ard ..................................................................................................
K raft-lined foldin g ca rton b o a r d ........................................................................
W hite-lined folding carton b o a r d ......................................................................
C lay-coated folding carton b o a r d .....................................................................
O the r recycled p a p e rb o a rd .....................................................................................
C o nverted paper and paperboard products, excep t co nta ine rs and
b oxes ......................................................................................................................................
Paper coating and glazing ................ ......................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Packaging pap er and p lastics film , co ate d and lam in a te d .............................
S ingle w eb paper, co ate d ro lls and s h e e t s .................................................
S ingle w eb film , co ate d ro lls and s h e e t s ......................................................
M ulti-w eb p a p e r/p a p e r lam inations ................................................................
C oated and lam inated paper, n .e .c...........................................................................
Printing paper co ated at e sta b lish m e nts o th e r than w here paper
was produced ..................................................................................................
C oated one side (for labels and sim ilar u s e s ) ........................................
G um m ed p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................
G um m ed sealing tape, paper base and re inforced base, used for
sealing and securing ................................................................................
G um m ed fla t paper, including stock labels, unprinted ........................
Pressure sensitive p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................
S ingle face d t a p e ...............................................................................................
Paper b a c k in g ..................................................................................................
C loth backing, excep t e lectrical ...............................................................
R einforced and lam inated t a p e ................................................................
O ther backings, excep t r u b b e r ..................................................................
D ouble faced t a p e .............................................................................................
U nprinted pressure sensitive labels ............................................................
P ressure sensitive base stock ......................................................................
Base stock for la b e ls ....................................................................................
Pressure sensitive base stock fo r o th e r than la b e ls ........................
O the r co ate d and pro cesse d paper, n.e.c ....................................................
Special co ate d pap er and casein and sim ilarly co ate d p a p e r s ........
O th e r co ate d and p ro cesse d paper, n .e .c..............................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

O ct.
1 98 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2621-711
2621-731
2621-751
2621-761
2621-8
2621-811
2621-851

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

174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
135.6
130.3
132.9

174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
135.7
130.8
132.9

174.9
137.8
136.8
143.1
135.7
129.8
132.9

7.2
8.5
7.4
7.4
3.0
4.2
.8

0
0
0
0
0
-.8
0

2621-861
2621-881
2621-9
2 62 1 -SM
262 1 -S
2 6 1 1-S
262 1 -SSS
2 6 3 1-S

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/81

123.8
147.3
138.3

123.9
147.3
138.4

123.9
147.3
139.4

5.1
1.3
12.1

0
0
.7

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

136.0
121.2
160.7
142.0

134.8
121.2
176.5
134.3

134.7
121.0
176.2
134.3

8.2
6.2
36.4
1.7

-.1
-.2
-.2
0

2 63 1 -P
2 63 1 -A

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

150.8
147.0
103.7

150.2
146.4
103.3

149.9
146.0
103.0

3.5
2.7

-.2
-.3
-.3

2631-1
2631-111
2631-11101
263 1-11 1 02

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

163.5
167.1
166.4
166.8

162.3
165.0
163.1
166.3

160.8
163.4
162.3
163.5

.7
-.4
-.1
-.9

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

2631-2
2631-211
2631-241

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

130.1
131.6
125.5

134.5
131.6
131.9

135.5
131.6
134.1

12.5

.7
0
1.7

2 63 1-26

1 2 /8 8

111.5

113.7

113.7

(3)

0

2631-28
2631-3
2631-321
2631-4
2631-411
2631-431
2631-44
2 631-443
2631-444
2631-445
2631-446
2631-48

1 2 /8 8

106.0

109.5

109.5

(3)

0

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

155.9
129.4
143.8
130.6
104.6
119.1
124.1
120.8
115.7
100.9

147.8
128.6
142.6
131.1
105.6
123.9
125.5
120.8
115.8
100.9

147.9
128.6

-2 .6
1.8

.1
0

1 2 /8 4

120.2

120.8

122.5

6.3

1.4

2 6 4 1 -P
2641-1
2 641-5
2641-6
2641-9
2641-11

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

126.4
123.9
114.1
116.3
112.2
109.4
110.3

127.8
124.6
114.0
117.2
109.2
109.4
111.3

127.7
125.0
114.0
117.2
109.6
109.4
111.8

5.1
4.3
3.5
6.4
1.3
3.8
4.6

-.1
.
3

2641-1
2641-113
2641-3

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

126.8
126.9
119.4

127.1
127.2
121.9

127.0
127.0
122.4

1.0
1.5
4.8

.1
-■2
.
4

2641-312
2641-331
2641-4
264 1-4 A
2641-413
2641-433
2641-453
2641-459
2 641-46
2641-47
2 641-48
2641-481
264 1-48 5
2 6 4 1 -B
2 6 4 1 -B 1 5
2 6 4 1 -B98
2 6 4 1 -SM
2 6 4 1 -S
2 6 4 1 -SSS

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 4 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2

113.4
126.9
120.8
107.3
117.2
112.4
105.0
102.0
130.3
136.2
114.8
140.4
120.3
127.5
114.8
119.8

115.7
129.5
122.3
108.9
119.5
114.4
106.7
103.8
132.5
136.5
116.2
142.7
120.3
127.8
115.5
119.8

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7

131.9
105.0

135.9
109.5

2631

264
2641

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
19892

49

(
3)

(3)
13.9

(3)

(3)

(
3)

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

105.6
123.9
125.5
120.8
115.8
100.9

(
3)

.8
7.3

(
3)

()
3

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

0
0
.4
.0
.4

()
3

129.5
123.0
109.8
119.6

6.0
5.4
4.4
4.2

0
.6
.8

(3)
108.5
103.8
132.5
136.5
116.8
143.6
120.3
128.0
115.8
119.8

(3)
5.9
3.8
4.9
6.0
7.3
8.4
3.4
3.9
4.6

(3)
1.7
0
0
0
.5
.6
0
.2

3.3

0

134.2
107.9

5.4
5.7

-1 .3
-1 .5

.
1

.3

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

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

E n ve lo pe s .....................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
E nvelopes, all t y p e s ......................................................................................................

2642

Bags, e xce p t textile b a g s .........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
G ro c e rs ’ and va rie ty bags (paper) and w ardrobe, shopping, and o th e r
bags ............................................................................................................................
G ro c e rs ’ bags and sacks, pap er ..........................................................................
G ro c e rs ’ sacks, pap er ..........................................................................................
1 / 6 b a r r e l...............................................................................................................
G ro c e rs ’ bags, p a p e r ............................................................................................
G re ate r than 5 lb. but less than 13 lb ........................................................
S ho p pin g bags, all m a te r ia ls ..................................................................................
P olyeth ylen e co m b ina tio ns, including p o lye thylen e and foil co m b in a tio n s
P olyeth ylen e co m b ina tio ns, including p o lye thylen e and foil
co m b in a tio n s ........................................................................................................
U nsup p orte d f i l m .........................................................................................................
P o ly e th y le n e .............................................................................................................
Resale h o u seh o ld bags, all m a terials (garbage, lu nch, sandw ich, etc.)
Film ..............................................................................................................................
S hipping sa cks and m u ltiw a ll bags, all m aterials, e xce p t te xtile .................
S ingle and d ou ble w a ll.............................................................................................
M u ltiw a ll (three o r m ore plies) ..............................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s p lastics p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................

2643

D ie-cut p ap er and b o a r d ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Die-cut o ffice supplies and m iscellaneous p ro du cts ........................................
Index c a r d s ...................................................................................................................
Expanding file folde rs, including w a lle t s ............................................................
O the r file folde rs, including hanging fo ld e rs ....................................................
O the r d ie-cut p ro du cts .............................................................................................
P asted, lined, la m in a te d o r su rface co a te d p a p e r b o a rd .................................
Pasted, lined, lam in a te d o r su rface co a te d pap erbo a rd .............................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

2645

Pressed and m olded pulp g o o d s ..........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O the r m olded pulp g oo ds ...........................................................................................
M olded pulp p lates and d is h e s .............................................................................
O the r m olded pulp and papier m ache articles, excluding statuary and
art g o o d s ................................................................................................................

2646

Sanitary paper p ro d u c ts ...........................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
S anitary napkins and ta m p o n s ..................................................................................
T a m p on s ........................................................................................................................
S anitary tissue health p r o d u c ts ................................................................................
T a ble napkins, including plain creped, and facial t is s u e .............................
Industrial (bulk and dispe n ser t y p e ) .................................................................
R egular type, single ply ...................................................................................
D isposable diapers, excep t d iaper liners and adult diapers, p a p e r ........
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................

2647

S ta tio ne ry p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S ta tio ne ry ..........................................................................................................................
Boxed statio n ery and p o r tf o lio s ............................................................................
T a blets and related p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................
C o rre sp on d en ce type t a b le t s .................................................................................
T a b le ts and pads, e xce p t legal and m e m o ......................................................
N o te b o o k s .....................................................................................................................
L oo selea f fille rs (school and co m m e rcia l types) ............................................
O the r tab le ts and related p ro du cts .....................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2648

C onverted p aper products, n .e .c............................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
W rapping p ro du cts (gift w rap t y p e ) ..........................................................................

2649

Oct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2642-P
2642-1

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

115.7
115.2
115.2

114.8
114.8
114.8

114.2
114.1
114.1

3.0
3.6
3.6

-0 .5
-.6
-.6

2643-P

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

147.7
149.8

147.2
149.6

146.7
149.0

2.2
2.1

-.3
-.4

2643-1
2643-113
2643-1131
2643-11311
2643-11 3 2
264 3-11 3 22
2643-151
2643-2

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

200.3
223.8
177.0
380.2
345.4
337.8
127.0
121.7

200.3
2 23.7
177.0
380.2
345.1
337.2
126.9
121.3

200.3
223.5
176.8
378.9
345.0
337.1
126.9
120.1

3.1
2.9
-1 .0
8.4
8.6
9.1
.8
-.6

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

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

132.9
133.4
101.6
101.5
152.9
138.0
155.5

131.9
132.3
99.7
99.5
153.0
138.0
155.6

130.8
131.2
99.0
98.7
153.0
138.0
155.6

-.3
-.8
-1 1 .4
-1 1 .9
5.2
11.2
4.4

-.8
-.8
-.7
-.8
0
0
0

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

132.2
125.7
155.9

130.0
125.7
150.9

129.7
125.7
150.2

-1.1
0
-2 .2

-.2
0
-.5

6.6
6.4
7.4
12.6
9.4
6.4
8.7
5.3
5.3

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

2643-2B
2643-2C
2643-261
2643-29
264 3-29 5
2643-3
2643-311
2643-351
2643-SM
2 643-S
2643-SSS
3079-S

2645-P
2645-1
2645-111
264 5-11 2
264 5-11 4
264 5-19 9
2 645-2
2645-211
2645-SM
2645-M
2645-Z 89
2645-S

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

118.9
119.5
116.0
113.7
115.3
113.6
119.3
123.2
123.2

120.6
120.8
118.5
119.6
119.6
115.7
121.8
123.2
123.2

120.4
120.8
118.5
120.4
119.2
115.9
121.8
123.2
123.2

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

(3)
(3)
118.8

(3)
(3)
120.9

117.6

8.3

(3)
119.5

(3)
8.0

(3)
(3)
-1 .2

2646-P
2646-2
2646-251

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

110.0
110.1
110.4

113.2
113.4
113.8

111.7
111.9
112.2

5.7
5.8
6.0

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

(3)

(3)

(3)

2646-298

0 6 /8 5

128.4

146.8

138.2

6.3

-5 .9

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

121.6
121.9
110.4
141.1
124.1
124.4
121.1
116.8
105.3

122.7
123.0
110.6
141.7
125.4
124.2
120.7
116.4
105.3

128.6
129.4
110.6
141.7
133.0
124.4
121.1
116.7

11.8
12.2
-6 .0
3.5
15.9
7.9
7.4
7.4

4.8
5.2
0
0
6.1
.2
.3
.3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

134.4
132.5

134.4
132.5

134.4
132.5

7.5
6.9

0
0

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

126.0
129.0
110.6
108.5
134.4
122.7
134.1
124.6
140.8
116.1

125.2
129.6
112.5
113.5
134.6
120.9
127.7
127.3
143.7
114.7

124.7
129.0
110.6
108.5
134.4
118.4
129.3
126.7
141.5
115.9

4.4
5.0
2.7
2.6
5.6

-.4
-.5
-1 .7

.
3

-2.1
1.3

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

105.1
108.1

105.0
107.9

104.7
107.5

2.1
3.5

-.3
-.4

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

110.3
109.6
116.1

110.7
110.1
116.1

111.0
110.3
116.1

3.2
2.6

.
3
.
2
0

2647-P
2647-1
2647-151
2647-2
2647-22
2647-221
2 647-22 1 A
264 7-28 7
2647-SM
2647-S
2647-SS S

2648-P
2648-1
2648-111
2648-2
2648-251
2648-254
2648-257
2648-261
2648-269
2648-SM
2648-S
2648-SS S

2649-P
2649-2

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
198 9 2

50

(3)

(3)

(3)

5.0
1.2
4.7
7.1

.
8

(3)

(3)

-4.4
-.1

-.5
-1 .5
1.0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u ct1

Industry
code

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Ju ne
19892

C o nve rte d p ap er pro du cts, n.e.c.— C ontinued
W a llc o v e rin g s ...................................................................................................................
P aper w a llc o v e rin g s ...................................................................................................
O th e r w a llc o v e r in g s ...................................................................................................
O th e r co n ve rte d pap er and board p r o d u c ts ........................................................
B usiness m achine supplies ....................................................................................
R olls fo r business m a c h in e s ..............................................................................
N ovelties, gam es, displays, and sim ilar p ro d u c ts ...........................................
O the r novelties, gam es, displays, and sim ilar p ro d u c ts ..........................
Industrial pap er and board p r o d u c ts ...................................................................
O the r industrial p aper and board p ro d u c ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s pap er p r o d u c ts ..............................................................................
O th e r m iscellan eo u s pap er & board p roducts, including la bels,
draperies, sh e lf paper, e tc ...........................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p roducts ......................................................................................................

2649-3
2649-3A
2649-3B
2649-5
2649-5A
2649-511
2649-5C
2649-547
2 649-5D
2 64 9-56 9
2649-5E
2649-598
2649-SM
2649-S

Sep.
19892

Oct.
198 9 2

Oct. 1988

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

102.0
99.4
105.2
110.6
116.8
117.8
129.4
123.4

102.0
99.4
105.2
111.4
116.8
117.8
135.4
132.8

102.0
99.4
105.2
111.7
116.8
117.8
135.2
132.6

2.5
.4
5.0
3.1
2.5
2.4
14.6
8.6

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

0 6 /8 5

100.8

100.5

100.6

.4

.1

Sep. 1989

0 6 /8 5

114.5

116.8

117.5

4.6

.6

0 6 /8 5

106.4

106.4

107.1

2.7

.7

Paperboard co nta ine rs and b o x e s .......................................................................................

265

1 2 /8 4

117.5

118.2

118.1

3.7

-.1

S etup paperboard b o x e s ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Setup paperboard boxes (classified by end use) ..............................................
T extiles, w earing apparel, and hosiery ..............................................................
D e partm ent stores and o th e r retail s t o r e s .......................................................
C o n fe c tio n s ...................................................................................................................
C osm etics, including s o a p ......................................................................................
S ta tio ne ry and o ffice s u p p lie s ...............................................................................
All oth e r end uses, n .e.c...........................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2652

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

115.6
114.8
114.8
119.9
119.2
108.9
109.2
128.3
113.0

116.7
115.7
115.7
123.1

4.0
4.0
4.0
(3)
(3)
.2
1.7
7.1
4.6

0
0
0
.4

(3)
107.8
111.5
129.8
114.3

116.7
115.7
115.7
123.6
119.2
107.8
110.6
130.2
114.3

1 2 /8 3

125.0

127.1

126.5

4.5

-.5

C orrugated and solid fiber b o x e s ..........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................
C orrugated shipping co ntainers ..
For foo d s and beverages . . .
For canned and b ottled foo d s and b e v e ra g e s ............................................
For fresh fruits and ve getables
For dry goods ..........................
For all foo d and b everage uses n o i sp ecifie d ............................................
For p aper and allied p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................
For m etal p ro du cts and m achinery, e qu ip m e nt and supplies, e xcep t
e le c tr ic a l.................................................................................................................
For e lectrical m achinery, equipm ent, supp lie s and a p p lia n c e s ................
For all o th e r uses n ot sp ecifie d a b o v e ..............................................................
For chem icals and drugs, including paints, varnishes, co sm e tics and
soaps ..................................................................................................................
For lum ber and w o od products, including fu r n itu r e ..................................
For all o th e r u s e s ...................................................................................................
Corru g ate d pap erbo a rd in sh eets and rolls, lined and u n lin e d .....................

2653
2653-P
2653-1
2653-112
2653-11201
2653-11202
2 65 3-11203
2653-11 2 04
2653-113

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 3 /8 0

143.7
144.4
143.0
147.3
115.3
114.2
104.1
114.6
142.0

143.9
144.5
143.2
147.4
115.3
114.5
103.9
114.6
142.0

143.8
144.4
143.1
147.8
115.3
114.5
108.1
114.4
142.0

1.0
.9
1.0
.7
4.4
.4
-3 .0
-.3
2.6

-.1
-.1
-.1
.3
0
0
4.0
-.2
0

265 3-11 6
2 653-118
2653-119

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

152.6
130.9
139.1

155.5
131.0
139.0

154.1
131.0
138.7

2.1
1.0
.6

-.9
0
-.2

2653-11901
2 65 3-11 9 02
265 3-11 9 03
2653-3

0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 3 /8 0

117.2
113.6
108.7
149.6

117.4
112.9
108.8
i4 8 .0

117.7
112.9
108.3
148.1

4.1
2.0
-.5
.7

.3
0
-.5
.1

Fib e r cans, drum s and sim ila r p ro d u c ts .............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P aperboard fib er d rum s w ith m etal, w ood, p lastic o r pap erbo a rd end s ....
Fiber cans, tubes, and sim ilar fib er p ro du cts ......................................................
Cans, all fib er and co m p osite ...............................................................................
Food p roducts .........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r foo d products, excluding pet f o o d .............................................
N on-food products .................................................................................................
All o th e r non-food products, including pet f o o d .....................................
C ores and tubes .........................................................................................................
P aperboard cones, reels, spools, bobbins, and b lo c k s ...............................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2655

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

117.5
117.0
122.7
115.5
116.9
108.2
108.5
125.0
109.5
113.0
114.4

117.5
117.1
122.8
115.5
116.9
108.2
108.6
125.0
109.5
113.0
114.4

117.6
117.1
122.8
115.6
117.0
108.3
108.6
125.2
109.5
113.0
114.4

4.1
3.7
.1
4.9
7.6
4.7
3.7
10.3
4.1
.8
1.0

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

S anitary fo o d co nta ine rs ..........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M ilk and m ilk-type carton s, including ju ice s and o th e r b e v e ra g e s ..............
Cups and liquid-tight c o n ta in e rs ...............................................................................
Drinking cups and portion serving cups ............................................................
O ther sanitary food containers, boards, and trays, excep t fo ld in g ..............
Pressed plates, dishes, sp o o n s and sim ila r p ro d u c ts ...................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2656

Folding pap erbo a rd b o x e s ......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Folding pap erbo a rd boxes, e xcep t sanitary fo o d co nta ine rs, cla ssifie d
by end use ................................................................................................................
Dry food and produce, incl. p et and anim al f o o d ...........................................

2657

2652-P
2652-1
2652-121
2652-131
2652-141
2652-151
2652-161
2652-198
2652-SM
2652-S

2655-P
2655-1
2655-2
2655-221
2655-22 1 A
2655-22113
2 65 5-22 1 B
2655-22117
2655-231
2655-271
2655-S M
2655-S

0
-.8
.3
0

1 2 /8 5

122.4

122.4

122.4

7.7

0

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

123.4
121.9
107.4
133.1
133.9
124.3
124.7

125.1
124.0
110.7
135.3
136.4
124.5
124.7

124.9
123.7
110.4
135.2
135.8
123.9
123.9

9.8
11.4
6.2
12.1
12.7
13.2
23.0

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

0 6 /8 5
1 2 /8 8

132.3
100.0

132.3
100.0

132.3
100.0

4.1
(3)

0
0

2657-P

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

125.0
124.1

126.7
125.9

126.7
125.9

7.6
8.0

0
0

2657-1
2 65 7-11 4

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

124.2
122.1

126.3
123.0

126.2
125.0

8.2
10.4

-.1
1.6

2656-P
2656-1
2656-2
2656-235
2656-5
2656-511
2656-S M
2656-S
2656-SS S

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)

51

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct

Index
base
June
1 9892

Folding p ap erbo a rd b o xe s— C ontinued
B o ttle d and ca nn ed b e v e ra g e s .............................................................................
B o ttle d b e v e ra g e s ..................................................................................................
N o n -a lco h o lic b e v e ra g e s ................................................................................
A lc o h o lic beverages
C anned beverages ....
A lco ho lic beverages
S oaps and dete rg en ts ..
T o ba cco ............................
H ardw are and household s u p p lie s ......................................................................
C andy .............................................................................................................................
C o sm e tics and m edicinal products .....................................................................
C o s m e tic s .................................................................................................................
M edicinal p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................
P aper goods or products, including b ook m a ile r s .........................................
Folding ca rry-ou t b oxes and trays fo r retail f o o d ...........................................
All o th e r end uses, n .e .c...........................................................................................
Folding sanita ry co nta ine rs fo r liquid, moist, oily o r p erisha b le foo d s
Bakery, fre sh and fro zen ........................................................................................
B utter and ice cream packages and foo d p a ils ..............................................
P rocessed meat, m argarine, lard and shortening .........................................
O th e r fro zen fo o d s ....................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2657-121
2657-1211
2657-12111
2 65 7-12112
2657-1212
2 657-12122
2657-131
2657-141
2657-151
2657-161
2657-171
2657-17101
2 657-17102
2657-181
265 7-19 5
2 657-198
2657-2
2657-201
2657-202
2 65 7-20 3
265 7-20 4
2657-S M
2657-S

B uilding p ap er and building board m i lls .............................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Board: a sphalt, h ardpressed, insulation, roofing, e tc .........................................
1 /2 in c h ..........................................................................................................................

117.7
119.0
112.6
121.3
116.8
103.2
120.4
130.1
135.3
121.4
112.5
111.6
112.7
128.0
107.0
136.2
114.9
114.6
117.0
(3)
109.6

3.9
5.2
(3)
3.9
(3)
(3)
8.3
(3)
12.3
9.5
6.5
8.8
5.2
7.5
(3)
7.1
4.9
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

-0 .6
-.8
-2 .5
1.8
-.4
0
0
0
-2 .2
.2
-.1
.3
-.2
0
0
0
0
0
.2
(3)
0

128.3

129.1

129.1

3.8

0

114.7
115.5
106.9
96.1

114.8
115.5
106.8
96.1

4.0
4.2
.3.5
-4 .8

.1
0
-.1
0

1 2 /8 4

124.6

125.6

125.9

5.1

.2

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

206.3
208.5
173.8
180.4
179.1
189.5
160.1
164.9
155.8
219.3
237.9

208.1
210.1
173.8
180.3
179.1
189.2
160.1
164.9
155.8
221.4
240.3

208.8
210.8
174.6
180.5
179.1
190.5
162.3
169.7
155.8
222.0
240.9

6.4
6.3
2.6
3.0
2.9
3.6
1.8
3.9
0
7.2
7.8

.3
.3
.5
.1
0
.7
1.4
2.9
0
.3
.2

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

215.2
259.0
209.5
110.7
110.7

217.1
259.0
211.7
112.0
112.0

217.9
259.0
212.6
111.7
111.7

7.3
5.6
7.6
4.6
4.6

.4
0
.4
-.3
-.3

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

161.6
162.0

168.6
169.3

168.7
169.3

9.7
9.9

.1
0

2 7 2 1 -P
2 7 2 1 -A
272 1-2
2721-211
272 1-21 5
2721-4
2721-411
2721-413
2 721-415
2721-6
2 721-643
2 721-653

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

192.5
199.1
217.3
189.5
174.2
218.5
195.5
190.6
198.6
201.7
230.2
222.4
242.0

195.7
202.2
220.8
192.3
178.4
218.5
197.0
191.9
201.1
202.4
234.8
235.4
242.8

196.4
203.1
222.5
195.8
180.2
225.1
197.8
191.5
205.3
201.8
236.8
235.6
247.0

5.4
5.9
7.9
3.3
3.4
3.0
5.5
5.2
6.6
5.3
9.0
14.9
7.6

.4
.4
.8
1.8
1.0
3.0
.4
-.2
2.1
-.3
.9
.1
1.7

2721-65311

0 6 /8 6

121.8

121.7

125.0

8.9

2.7

2 721-65312
2721-663
2721-73
2721-737
2 72 1 -C
2721-3
2721-307
2721-317
2721-5
2721-54
2721-543

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

119.0
210.2
156.5
159.5
178.3
200.3
164.9
204.2
176.0
160.4
149.6

120.5
210.2
166.1
170.3
181.0
203.5
168.6
204.4
178.9
162.8
149.6

120.5
210.2
166.1
170.3
181.0
203.6
168.5
204.6
178.8
162.8
149.6

5.4
3.4
10.6
10.9
3.2
4.4
7.2
3.6
2.9
2.3
1.8

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

2721

2 6 6 1 -P
2661-1
2661-111

2 7 1 1-P
2711-6
2711-61
2711-611
271 1-61 2
2 711-62
2711-621
271 1-62 2
2711-7
2711-71
2 71 1-72
2711-721
271 1-72 2
2 711-73
2711-731
2711-S M
2 7 1 1-S
2 7 1 1-SSS

See footnotes at end of table.




118.4
119.9
115.5
119.2
117.3
103.2
120.4
130.1
138.3
121.1
112.6
111.3
112.9
128.0
107.0
136.2
114.9
114.6
116.8
100.3
109.6

Sep. 1989

114.3
115.0
105.9
96.9

2711

Periodical publish in g ..................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
A d v e rtis in g .........................................................................................................................
Farm p e riod ica ls .........................................................................................................
G en e ra l farm p e r io d ic a ls .....................................................................................
S pe cia lize d farm p e r io d ic a ls ..............................................................................
B usiness p e r io d ic a ls ..................................................................................................
Industrial p e riod ica ls .............................................................................................
M erch an d isin g p e r io d ic a ls ...................................................................................
P rofe ssio na l p e rio d ic a ls .......................................................................................
G eneral p e r io d ic a ls ....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s p e r io d ic a ls .............................................................................................
G eneral and special in terest p e r io d ic a ls .......................................................
S pecial in terest (prim arily hobby, e ntertainm ent, outd oo r sports
a nd auto) ......................................................................................................
G eneral in terest (inc. general articles, pictures, fiction,
n onfiction, tra vel and hum or) ................................................................
G eneral new s p e r io d ic a ls ....................................................................................
O the r p e r io d ic a ls .........................................................................................................
O the r periodicals, n .e .c..........................................................................................
C irc u la tio n ..........................................................................................................................
B usiness p e r io d ic a ls ..................................................................................................
Industrial p eriodicals .............................................................................................
P rofessional p e r io d ic a ls .......................................................................................
G eneral p e r io d ic a ls ....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s p e r io d ic a ls .............................................................................................
S u b s c rip tio n s ........................................................................................................

116.5
117.3
110.7
120.1
116.0
102.3
118.9
125.3
132.2
118.4
108.2
105.5
109.6
126.8
107.6
135.6
114.6
111.9
119.9
100.3
109.4

O ct. 1988

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

27

N ew spaper publishing ...............................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
C irc u la tio n ..............................
S ubscriptions ...................
Th ro ug h in term ed ia ry .
D irect to re a de r ..........
S ingle co py s a le s ........................................................................................................
Th ro ug h in te rm e d ia ry ............................................................................................
D irect to re a de r ......................................................................................................
A d v e rtis in g .........................................................................................................................
Cla ssifie d a d v e rtis in g .................................................................................................
R etail, m a n ufa ctu rin g & o th e r c o m m ’l. a d vt’g, e xc cla ssifie d s and
in sertion o f p re printe d ads .............................................................................
N a tion a l adve rtisin g ..............................................................................................
Local, regional and o th e r a dvertising .............................................................
Insertion of pre printe d ads .....................................................................................
Inse rtio n o f pre printe d a d s ..................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

O ct.
19892

1 2 /8 3

2661

P rinting, publishing, and allied in d u s trie s ...........................................................................

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
1 2 /8 8

Sep.
198 9 2

52

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products— Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

P eriodical p ub lish in g — C ontinued
S ingle co py s a le s ...............................................................................................
G eneral and specia l in terest p e r io d ic a ls .......................................................
S u b s c rip tio n s .......................................................................................................
Special in terest (prim arily hobby, e ntertainm ent, o utd oo r
sports and a u t o ) .....................................................................................
G eneral interest (inc. general articles, pictures, fiction,
nonfiction, travel and hum or) ............................................................
S ingle copy s a le s ...............................................................................................
Special in terest (prim arily hobby, e nte rtainm ent, outd oo r
sports and a u t o ) .....................................................................................
G eneral new s p e r io d ic a ls ....................................................................................
O the r p e rio d ic a ls .........................................................................................................
Religious p e r io d ic a ls .............................................................................................
S u b s c rip tio n s .......................................................................................................
S ingle copy s a le s ...............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r secondary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
B ook p u b lis h in g ...........................................................................................................




2 72 1-54 5
2721-55
2721-553

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

Sep.
19892

O ct.
1 9892

171.9
190.0
207.1

176.7
193.2
212.7

176.7
193.1
212.6

2.8
3.6
4.1

0
-.1
0

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2721-55311

0 6 /8 6

114.8

120.1

119.9

9.1

-.2

2721-55312
2721-555

0 6 /8 6
1 2 /7 9

119.8
165.9

121.3
165.9

121.3
165.9

.2
2.8

0
0

2721-55511
2721-56
2 72 1 -7A
2721-703
2721-71701
2 721-71702
2 72 1 -SM
272 1 -S
2721 -SSS
2 73 1 -S

0 6 /8 6

116.9

116.9

116.9

3.8

0

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

152.9
174.3
105.4
121.5

152.8
174.3
105.4
120.8

152.9
174.3
105.4
121.3

2.8
4.6
0
2.0

.1
0
0
.4

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

149.5
226.5
137.8

153.5
226.5
142.3

153.5
226.5
142.3

3.0
1.7
3.3

0
0
0

53

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct

Index
June
19892

B o o k s ...............................................................................................................................................

2731
B oo k P u b lis h in g ...........................................................................................................................
2 731-P
P rim ary p ro du cts .......
T e x tb o o k s ................
2731-1
2 7 3 1 -1 A
E le m en tary te xtb o o ks
2731-111
H a rd b o u n d .......
High sch oo l te x tb o o k s ..............................................................................................
2 731-1B
2 731-113
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
2 73 1-1C
C o lle ge te x tb o o k s ......................................................................................................
2 73 1-11 5
H a rdbound
P aperbound
2 73 1-11 6
W o rkb o o ks
2 731-12
1 2 /8 0
2731-121
E le m en tary w o rkb o o ks .........................................................................................
H igh sch oo l and c o lle g e w o rk b o o k s ...............................................................
2731-123
2731-3
T e chnical, s cie ntific and professional b o o k s .......................................................
Law b ooks ....................................................................................................................
2731-31
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
2731-315
2731-32
M edical b o o k s .............................................................................................................
2731-325
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
B usiness and o th e r technical, s cie ntific and p rofessional b o o k s .............
2731-34
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
2731-345
P a p e rb o u n d ..................
273 1-34 7
2731-4
R eligious b oo ks ..................
273 1-41 5
B ib les and te sta m e n ts ..
O th e r religious books, including hym nals and d e v o tio n a ls ........................
2 73 1-44
273 1-44 7
P a p e rb o u n d ..............................................................................................................
G eneral, m ass m arket, a du lt trade, juvenile, b oo k clu b and mail o rd er
2731-5
bo .................................................................................................................................
2 7 3 1 -B
B oo k club b o o k s .........................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
273 1-B 1 5
2 73 1-56
M ass m arket, adu lt tra de and ju ven ile b o o k s .................................................
M ass m a rke t books, rack s iz e ...........................................................................
2 7 3 1 -A
2 7 3 1 -D
A du lt tra de and juven ile b o o k s ..........................................................................
2 7 3 1 -D4
A du lt t r a d e ............................................................................................................
2 7 3 1 -D41
H a rd b o u n d .........................................................................................................
Paperbound, including m ass m a rke t o th e r than rack size .............
2 73 1 -D 47
Juvenile b ooks ....................................................................................................
2 73 1 -D5
H a rd b o u n d .........................................................................................................
2 73 1 -D51
P a p e rb o u n d ..........
2 731-D 53
2731-7
G eneral re feren ce b o o ks .
E n cyclop ed ia s .................
2731-721
2731-741
D ictio n aries and th e s a u r u s e s ................................................................................
O t h e r ................................................................................................................................
2731-749
2731-8
O the r books, excluding p am phlets ..........................................................................
O the r books, n .e .c.......................................................................................................
2731-8B
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
2731-815
P am phlets (5-48 pages) ..............................................................................................
2731-9
O the r p am ph le ts .........................................................................................................
2731-959
2731-SM
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
2731-Z 89
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
2 73 1 -S
B ook p rin tin g .................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
B ooks, printing and binding, lithographic
C o lle ge te x tb o o k s ....................................
T e chnical, scientific, business, and professional b o o k s ..............................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
P a p e rb o u n d ............................................
G eneral consu m e r and trade b ooks ...................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
P a p e rb o u n d ...............................................................................................................
All oth e r books, n.e.c. including religious books, dictionaries,
atlases, e tc .............................................................................................................
H a rd b o u n d .................................................................................................................
P a p e rb o u n d ...............................................................................................................
B ooks, printing only or printing and binding, o th e r than lithographic
P rinting and b in d in g ...................................................................................................
P am phlets, w o rkb oo ks, and tests, printing only or printing and binding ...
Lithographic printing ..................................................................................................
W o rkb o oks and t e s t s ............................................................................................
Printing and b in d in g ...........................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
C om m ercial printing, lith o g ra p h ic ..........................................................................

2732

M iscellaneous publishing .........................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Catalogs and directories, p u b lis h in g .......................................................................
D ir e c to rie s .....................................................................................................................

2741

2732-P
2732-2
2732-2B
2732-2C
2732-228
2732-229
2 732-2D
2732-232
2732-234
2732-2F
2732-242
2732-244
2732-8
2732-82
2732-9
2732-91
2732-915
2 732-91502
2732-S
2752-S

274 1 -P
2741-1
2741-11

See footnotes at end of table.




54

Oct.
19892

1 2 /8 4

273

Sep.
198 9 2

125.4

126.2

126.7

5.9

0.4

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
205.2
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

165.6
167.7
199.8
214.3
216.2
197.1
203.7
194.9
194.0
197.5
205.2
204.9
184.8
155.0
156.0
151.8
150.5
149.6
158.5
155.6
166.9
161.6
139.3
177.2
232.3

166.6
168.8
200.2
214.3
216.2
197.1
203.7
195.7
194.7
198.9
205.2
204.9
184.8
156.0
156.5
152.5
151.3
150.6
160.3
158.4
166.9
162.6
142.3
177.0
231.8

167.3
169.3
203.5
217.8
221.4
207.5
214.5
197.9
197.0
200.1
204.9
184.8
155.4
156.9
153.1
151.3
150.6
158.0
154.7
166.9
165.4
149.1
177.0
231.8

6.0
6.1
9.9
20.4
26.0
10.6
11.3
5.6
5.6
5.6
9.6
9.5
9.9
3.5
3.8
4.4
2.1
2.5
3.7
3.5
3.9
9.6
7.6
10.7
20.7

.4
.3
1.6
1.6
2.4
5.3
5.3
1.1
1.2
.6
0
0
0
-.4
.3
.4
0
0
-1 .4
-2 .3
0
1.7
4.8
0
.0

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

149.8
120.2
121.2
109.5
165.6
109.3
140.8
138.0
147.5
145.6
146.6
143.5
148.3
147.8
144.8
164.3
120.9
120.5

149.3
124.5
126.4
107.1
159.4
107.7
138.1
133.7
147.6
146.4
146.7
145.6
152.3
153.6
147.7
164.3
120.9
120.5
123.6
146.4
100.8

3.2
1.3
4.7
3.6
4.5
3.1
2.8
3.0
2.2
4.6
4.2

(3)
146.4
100.8

151.2
122.0
123.1
109.6
170.6
107.5
137.8
133.3
147.4
146.4
146.7
145.6
152.3
153.6
147.7
164.3
120.9
120.5
123.6
146.4
100.8

(3)
4.9
6.1
7.5
.1
.8
.2
1.1
0
0

-1 .3
2.0
2.7
-2 .3
-6 .6
.2
.2
.3
.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0

101.2
159.9

103.1
160.8

104.7
164.4

3.5
6.2

1.6
2.2

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

121.1
123.7
120.4
123.7
123.8
115.0
131.9
118.9
121.5
115.2

122.5
125.3
122.4
125.3
127.6
114.4

4.9
5.4
4.8
5.8
4.9
-.2
9.2
3.2
4.2
1.6

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

(3)
119.6
122.8
115.0

122.1
124.9
122.1
125.2
125.8
114.3
136.3
119.6
122.8
114.9

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

115.9
118.0
110.2

115.4
118.0
108.4

115.4
118.0
108.4

2.4
(3)
(3)

0
0
0

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

(3)
0
0
-.1

1 2 /8 3

116.8

116.7

116.7

4.7

0

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

128.5
144.9
133.1
107.4
107.6

128.7
145.5
133.3
107.4
107.6

128.7
145.5
133.3
107.4
107.6

1.5
4.2
3.8

0
0
0
0
0

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

128.3
128.8
122.6
123.5

129.4
129.9
122.6
123.5

129.8
130.3
123.5
124.4

(3)
(3)
4.3
4.2
3.0
3.4

.3
.3
.7
.7

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
code

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 98 9 2

M iscellan eo u s pub lish in g — C ontinued
T e le ph on e .................................................................................................................
O ther, including business re feren ce s e rv ic e s ..............................................
Business service p u b lic a tio n s ....................................................................................
O the r business service publications, lo ose le a f and h a r d b o u n d ...............
O the r m iscellan eo u s p u b lis h in g ................................................................................
S hopping n e w s ............................................................................................................
O the r m iscellaneous p ub lications (alm anacs, yearbooks, e tc . ) ................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts ......................................................................................................
C om m e rcial printing ...................................................................................................................

275

C om m e rcial printing, lith o g ra p h ic ..........................................................................................
2752
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
2752-P
Litho grap h ic m agazine and period ica l printing ....................................................
2752-1
M agazines and p eriod ica ls (excluding m agazine and co m ic
su pp le m e nts fo r S unday n e w s p a p e rs ).......................................................
2752-11
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
2752-112
W eb-fed .....................................................................................................................
2752-114
Lithographic label and w rapper printing ................................................................
2752-2
Printed custom and stock labels ..........................................................................
2752-21
S heet-fed fla t printed labels (ex. pressure s e n s itiv e )...............................
2752-212
Pressure sensitive labels (flat and rolls) .......................................................
2752-217
L ithographic catalog and d irectory p rin tin g ...........................................................
2752-3
C atalogs, including d ire ct mail ..............................................................................
2752-31
S heet-fed
2752-312
W eb-fed
2752-314
D irectories
2752-32
T e lephone d ire ctories ...........................................................................................
2752-32A
W e b -fe d ..................................................................................................................
2752-322
O the r d irectories
2752-32B
S heet-fed
2752-324
W eb-fed
2752-326
L ithographic financial and legal p rin tin g ................................................................
2752-4
SEC filing and p ro s p e c tu s e s ..................................................................................
2752-4A
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
2752-412
W eb-fed .....................................................................................................................
2752-414
A nnual reports and oth e r co rporate finanicial printing ................................
2752-4B
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
275 2-41 6
W e b -fed .....................................................................................................................
275 2-41 8
O the r fin an cia l and le gal printing, (including insuran ce form s,
se curity ce rtifica te s,etc.) ..................................................................................
2 752-4C
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
2752-421
L itho grap h ic a dvertising p rin tin g ...............................................................................
2752-5
D irect m a il.....................................................................................................................
2752-51
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
2 752-512
W e b -fed .....................................................................................................................
2 752-514
D isplay a d v e rtis in g .....................................................................................................
2 752-52
P osters, (including o utd oo r a dvertising, ca r cards) ...................................
2 75 2-52 A
S hee t-fe d ..............................................................................................................
2 75 2-52 2
C o un ter and flo o r d is p la y s ..................................................................................
2 752-52 B
S he e t-fe d ..............................................................................................................
2 75 2-52 6
P reprinted n ew sp a pe r in s e r ts .................................................................................
2 752-53
W e b -fed se ction s ...................................................................................................
275 2-53 6
O the r adve rtisin g printing, (including b rochures, pam ph le ts, cata lo g
sheet, e t c . ) ............................................................................................................
2 75 2-55
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
2752-551
W e b -fed .....................................................................................................................
2 752-553
O the r lith og ra p hic general jo b printing ...................................................................
2752-6
Map, atlas, and globe co ve r p rin tin g ...................................................................
2752-621
C alendars and ca le n d a r p a d s ...............................................................................
2752-63
S h e e t- fe d ...................................................................................................................
2752-636
Ticket, coupon, and foo d and beverage c h eck p r in tin g ..............................
2752-644
Playing cards, p r in te d ...............................................................................................
2752-647
Business form s, e xcept m a n ifo ld ..........................................................................
2752-691
Q uick printing ..............................................................................................................
2752-696
All oth e r general co m m ercial printing, n.e.c., s h e e t- fe d ..............................
2752-698
All oth e r general co m m ercial printing, n.e.c., w e b-fed ................................
275 2-69 9
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
2752-S M
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
2 752-M
C o ntract w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
2 752-X Y 9
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
275 2-Z 89
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
2 752-S
B oo k printing ................................................................................................................
2 732-S
O th e r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
2 752-S S S
C o m m e rcial p rinting, n .e .c........................................................................................
2759-S
Letterpress general jo b printing .......................................................................
2759-6S
M anifold business f o r m s ..........................................................................................
2 7 6 1 -S

See footnotes at end of table.




55

O ct.
198 9 2

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

133.0
107.2
126.4
133.7
135.1
147.6
155.2

133.0
107.4
126.8
134.2
137.5
149.4
155.2

133.0
109.6
126.9
134.6
137.8
149.4
155.3

2.8
4.7
3.8
6.6
5.4
7.4
4.2

0
2.0
.1
.3
.2
0
.1

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

113.9
126.5

114.4
126.5

114.1
126.5

.2
6.7

-.3
0

1 2 /8 4

2 741-113
2741-115
2741-2
2 741-215
2741-3
2741-321
274 1-39 8
2 7 4 1 -SM
2 7 4 1 -M
2 7 4 1 -S

Sep.
1 9892

115.7

116.8

117.0

4.6

.2

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

124.1
124.4
120.8

125.4
125.6
121.5

125.7
125.9
121.7

5.0
4.9
4.2

.2
.2
.2

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

100.5
122.2
120.0
118.7
103.3
116.6
140.6
121.7
102.8
132.2
114.5
102.3
120.6
101.7
129.7
102.0

101.1
123.8
120.5
119.5
104.1
117.7
141.1
123.2
103.9
134.7
115.2
104.1
122.8
103.7
131.8

101.3
124.6
120.6
119.4
104.0
117.5

(3)
4.2
4.5
3.6

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

(3)

(3)

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

122.8
102.7
126.0
106.7
154.8
120.6
102.7

124.5
104.5
127.0
107.2
156.2
120.6
103.9

125.1
105.2
127.5
107.7
158.7
119.3
104.2

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

102.1
125.8
103.3
100.0
101.1

104.0
126.4
103.8
100.0
101.1

103.6
127.6
104.8
100.0
101.1

(3)
4.8

(3)

.9
1.0
0
0

1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 2
0 4 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 2

102.6
119.5
132.5
127.2
130.8
139.1
109.4
131.0
115.0
103.9
105.3
102.8
147.0

103.9
121.4
133.3
129.1

104.6
122.5
133.0
129.1

(3)
6.2
4.6
4.8

.7
.9
-.2
0

(3)
140.9
111.9
132.7
115.0
105.6
105.1
103.9
159.7

(3)
139.4

(3)
6.7

-1.1

(3)
132.7
115.0
105.7
105.1
104.2
159.7

(3)
10.2

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

114.7
108.6
117.7
124.2
117.6
132.3
129.4
104.1
125.1

118.8
111.7
122.3
126.2
120.9
133.6
131.1
106.3
129.2

118.2
110.8
121.8
126.3
120.9
133.2
131.5
106.8
130.0

5.7
1.0
8.0
5.1
4.9
4.1
6.1

(3)
123.9
102.5
104.8
100.5
122.1
103.0
103.3

(3)
123.9
104.8
134.7
116.7
103.8
122.8

(3)
103.2
124.7
102.9
106.3

(3)
130.3
103.7
103.2
124.9
102.9
106.3

(3)
122.2
103.2

(3)
122.4
103.4

O ct. 1988

(3)
(3)
(3)
5.1

Sep. 1989

(3)
4.0

(3)
.6
.9
0
1.3
-.3
0

(3)
11.7

(3)
-1.1

(3)
(3)
4.0

(3)

(3)
6.8
3.7

(3)
(3)
(3)
3.6
(3)
(3)

0
.2
0
0
(3)
.2
.2
(3)

4.9

.
5

(3)
5.9

.7

(3)
17.6

-.7
(3)

(3)
1.3

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
11.8

(3)
6.0

.
4
.
5
1.6

-1.1
.
3
-.4

(3)
(3)
0
0
.1
0

.
3
0

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

-.3
.
3
.
5
.6

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P roduct
c o de

Index
June
19892

C o m m e rcial printing, g ra v u re ..................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M agazine and period ica l p rinting, (g ra v u re )..........................................................
M ag azin e s and periodicals, exclud in g su pp le m e nts fo r S unday
n ew sp a pe rs ..........................................................................................................
Labels and w rappers, printing (g ra v u re ).................................................................
Labels, cu sto m and stock, exclud in g clo th ......................................................
Flat, e xcept pressure s e n s itiv e ..........................................................................
P rinted rolls and sheets fo r packaging purposes, excluding bags,
envelopes, pouches, e tc ...................................................................................
A dvertising printing, (gravure) ....................................................................................
O the r general jo b printing, (g ra v u re ).................. ....................................................
A ll o th e r gen eral co m m e rcia l printing n.e.c. (g ra v u re )..................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2754

C o m m e rical printing, n .e .c.........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
L e tterpress and scre e n printing ................................................................................
L e tterpress la bel and w rap pe r printing ..............................................................
C ustom and stock labels, including bordered m ade of p aper f o i l .......
R o lls p ressure sensitive , le tte rp re ss (s e lf-a d h e s iv e ).............................
P rinted ro lls and sh ee ts fo r p acking p urpo ses ...........................................
O th e r gen eral jo b p rin tin g ........................................................................................
All o th e r co m m e rcia l prin ting n.e.c., including maps, atlases, etc.
S cre en p ro cess p rinting, e xce p t te x t ile s ................ ...........................................
D e calcom an ia s and la b e ls ..................................................................................
D e calcom an ia s a nd pre ssure se nsitive s (self-adhesive), exclud in g
la b e ls ...............................................................................................................
A ll o th e r scre e n p rocess, n .e .c...........................................................................
E n g ra v in g ...........................................................................................................................
E n g ra v in g .......................................................................................................................
S ecu rity e n g ra v in g ..................................................................................................
S ocial e n g ra v in g .....................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
C o m m e rcial printing, lith o g ra p h ic ..........................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2 759

M anifold business f o r m s ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Unit set form s ..................................................................................................................
S tock, including im p rin te d ........................................................................................
C arbon ........................................................................................................................
C a rbonless ................................................................................................................
C ustom p r in te d ............................................................................................................
C arbon ........................................................................................................................
C a rbonless ................................................................................................................
M anifold books, including sales, and pegboard accou ntin g system s .
.
P egboard accou ntin g s y s te m s ..............................................................................
S ales and o th e r m anifold b o o k s ...........................................................................
C ustom .......................................................................................................................
C ustom co ntin uo u s form s, w ith or w ith ou t carbon, m arginally punched
o r not ..........................................................................................................................
S elf m a ile r .....................................................................................................................
All o th e r cu stom printed ..........................................................................................
O ne part ....................................................................................................................
M ultiple parts ...........................................................................................................
C a rb o n ....................................................................................................................
C a rb o n le s s ............................................................................................................
S to ck co ntin uo u s fo r m s ................................................................................................
S to ck sh elf f o r m s ........................................................................................................
O ne part ....................................................................................................................
M ultiple parts ...........................................................................................................
C a rb o n ....................................................................................................................
C a rb o n le s s ............................................................................................................
S to ck form a t f o r m s ....................................................................................................
M ultiple parts ...........................................................................................................
All o th e r s to c k f o r m s .................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ceipts .................................................................................................
R esales ................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts
Litho grap h ic co m m e rcia l p r in t in g ..........................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2761

G re etin g card p ublishing ..........................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P u b lish e rs’ s a le s .............................................................................................................

2771

O ct.
1 98 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2754-P
2754-1

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

108.5
107.4
106.8

108.7
107.5
106.8

108.6
107.5
106.8

2 754-133
2754-2
2754-22
2754-221

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

108.2
119.5
120.1
121.1

108.2
119.5
120.1
121.1

108.2
119.5
120.1
121.1

(3)
(3)
1.5

2754-23
2754-5
2 754-6
2 75 4-69 5
2754-SM
2754-S
2754-SS S

0 6 /8 2

117.0

117.1

117.1

2.4

0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

123.6
119.6

124.8
121.0

124.3
120.3

5.1
4.7

-.4
-.6

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

117.5
114.3

118.3
116.3

118.3
116.3

7.5
2.4

0
0

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

133.7
101.8
131.1
121.6
117.5
112.8
129.8
138.1
136.6
125.6
101.6

134.6
102.6
131.6
121.8
117.9
116.6
129.8
138.2
136.7
126.8
103.3

135.0
102.9
132.0
121.8
117.8
116.3
129.8
138.2
136.7
128.2
105.4

4.2

2759-P
2 759-A
2759-2
2 75 9-2 A
2 759-218
2 759-2B
2759-6
275 9-69 5
2759-7
2759-71

(3)
3.9
2.7
1.5
8.6
5.0
5.3
4.0
5.3
(3)

.3
.3
.3
0
-.1
-.3
.0
0
0
1.1
2.0

132.2
126.8
116.8
116.8
107.0
121.6

4.5
.7
6.7
6.7
2.5
3.9

3.1
.7
.4
.4
0
- .2

4.8
5.8

.1
-.1
.4

1.5
.7
(3)

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

126.8
125.9
111.5
111.5
(3)
121.0

128.2
125.9
116.3
116.3
107.0
121.8

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

148.3
146.1
103.5

148.8
147.2
103.5

149.0
147.1
103.9

276 1 -P
2761-2
2761-21
2761-213
2761-215
2761-25
2761-253
2761-255
2761-3
2761-31
2761-32
2761-323

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

125.8
125.9
126.2

124.2
124.4
125.2
125.0

124.0
124.1
124.5
125.4
100.3
118.0
124.3
124.3
123.0
124.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
-.3
-1 .0
1.6
2.3

(3)
124.1
126.7

(3)
3.7
4.6

2761-5
2761-55
2761-58
2761-581
2761-582
2761-5822
2761-5824
2761-7
2761-76
2761-761
2 761-762
2761-7621
2 761-7622
2761-77
2761-772
2761-78
2 761-SM
2 761-M
2 7 6 1 -Z89
2 7 6 1 -S
2752-S
2 7 6 1 -SSS

2771-P
2771-1

56

(3)
100.0
(3)
126.4
127.2
123.3
123.6
(3)
122.7
125.0

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

129.0

0 3 /8 4
0 6 /8 5
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

(3)
118.1
125.2
126.1
121.8
124.1
124.8
124.1
126.7
128.3
139.2
127.8
137.3
124.5
125.1
119.8
118.0
118.0
120.2
117.8
117.0
129.7
97.0
97.7
122.0

127.0
139.2
126.3
136.6
122.6
122.4
120.1
119.4
119.6
123.0
118.3
116.8
132.1
97.0

(3)
(3)
135.8
135.8
130.1
114.3
113.4
113.8

(3)
128.5
138.2
125.1
126.3
119.0
121.3
121.3
125.2
119.3
117.5
(3)
100.0
100.0
(3)

-0.1
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)

2759-711
275 9-79 8
2759-B
2759-8
2759-811
275 9-81 2
2759-SM
2759-S
2752-S
2759-SS S

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 98 9 2

(3)
-.6
-.7
-.2

.9
(3)
.3
1.3
-.1

-.4
-1 .3
-4 .5

-4.4
-1 .0
-5 .7
-6 .9

-.2
-.2
-.6
.3
(3)
-.1
-.7
-1 .4
1.0
0
(3)
0
0
-1 .0
0
-1 .2
-.5
-1 .5
-2 .2
.3
1.2
1.4
2.3

.4
-.2
1.9
0

(3)
123.4

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.0

(3)
1.1

(3)
(3)
132.3
134.1

105.4
101.8
133.1
135.6

(3)
(3)
2.4
4.9

(3)
(3)
.6
1.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

114.3
113.3
113.8

114.3
113.3
113.8

6.0
5.4
5.9

0
0
0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

G re etin g card pub lish in g — C ontinued
S easonal g reeting c a r d s .........................................................................................
C ounter c a r d s ..........................................................................................................
P ackaged cards (including boxed c a r d s ) ......................................................
N on-seasonal greeting cards ................................................................................
C ounter cards ..........................................................................................................
Packaged cards (including boxed cards) ......................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

277 1-1 A
2771-111
2771-112
2771-1B
2771-153
2 77 1-15 5
2771-S M
2771-S

O ct.
1 9892

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

114.2
116.1
111.2
113.5
113.7
110.6

114.1
116.1
110.9
113.5
113.7
110.6

114.1
116.1
111.0
113.5
113.7
110.6

5.5
6.9
3.2
6.3
6.5
3.8

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

0
0
.1
0
0
0

.1

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

123.3
122.8
127.9
126.7
111.8

123.7
123.0
127.9
126.7
111.8

123.9
123.0
127.9
126.7
111.6

8.0
7.7
7.7
10.1
7.8

.2
0
0
0
-.2

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 7 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

128.1
127.3
129.1
116.2
113.3
113.3

128.1
127.3
129.1
116.2
113.3
113.9

128.1
127.3
129.1
116.2
113.3
113.7

6.7
6.6
7.0
7.0
3.7
7.6

0
0
0
0
0
-.2

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

112.5
114.1
117.1

113.3
114.1
117.1

113.1
114.2
117.3

9.2
3.2
5.9

-.2
.1
.2

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

173.5
118.4
126.4
108.6

173.5
120.4
126.4
112.6

183.9
120.4
126.4
112.6

(3)
7.6
6.4
9.6

6.0
0
0
0

2789-P

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

110.5
111.4

111.9
112.1

112.0
111.9

4.2
3.4

.1
-.2

2789-1

1 2 /8 5

110.5

110.7

111.0

1.5

2789-112
2789-116

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

(3)
118.1

(3)
118.1

(3)
118.1

(3)
5.4

2789-141
2789-2
2789-223
2 789-225
2789-261

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

106.6
112.0
107.0
102.1
109.3

106.7
113.0
107.2
102.1
110.5

106.9
112.5
107.0
102.1
111.7

1.7
4.8
1.6
.5
5.9

.2
-.4
-.2
0
1.1

2789-291
2789-SM
2789-S
2789-SS S

1 2 /8 5

120.5

122.4

121.1

8.2

-1.1

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

101.7
99.4

106.7
103.3

113.4
116.5

17.8
17.2

6.3
12.8

0 6 /8 5

108.4

108.6

108.6

2.0

0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

109.1
109.3

109.6
109.8

109.4
109.7

2.8
3.0

-.2
-.1

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

104.6
110.9
110.7
112.8

104.6
111.6
111.4
112.8

(3)
111.3
111.2
112.8

(3)
3.1
3.2
2.2

(3)
-.3
-.2
0

0 6 /8 5

101.6

102.6

102.6

-2 .7

0

0 6 /8 5

109.6

109.9

110.8

2.8

.8

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

108.9
111.4

108.9
111.4

110.0
115.3

2.5
5.2

1.0
3.5

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

114.4
118.0
112.0

115.9
118.0
114.5

115.9
118.0
114.5

4.0
6.8
2.2

0
0
0

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

106.9
106.6
105.7
109.8
111.1
107.0

106.8
106.6
105.4
109.3
109.3
107.1

107.0
106.8
106.1
110.7
109.3
107.1

1.1
1.3
.5
1.5
1.2
1.7

.2
.2
.7

279
2791

2793

Lithographic platem aking s e rv ic e s .......................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts .................................................................................................................
Lithographic p la t e s .........................................................................................................
Diazo type plates prepared for printing .............................................................
All oth e r lithographic p la te s ....................................................................................
Lithographic platem aking s e r v ic e s ...........................................................................

0

7.0

2789

P h o to e n g ra v in g ............................................................................................................................
Prim ary products .................................................................................................................
P hotoengraving plates m ade for o th e r s ................................................................
M agnesium ...................................................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
Secondary p roducts ......................................................................................................
O ther secondary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
Lithographic platem aking services ......................................................................

7.1

121.2

2782-233
2782-239
2 782-23998
2782-SM
2782-M
2782-S
2648-S
2782-SS S

T y p e s e ttin g ....................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts ................................. ...............................................................................
H ot m etal and related type se ttin g , including hand and m achine
c o m p o s itio n ..............................................................................................................
P ho tog ra ph ic type se ttin g , including p ho to typ e se ttin g and p ho to le tte rin g
C o m p ute r co ntro lle d , w ith p agination ca pa bility .............................................
All o th e r p h o to ty p e s e ttin g .......................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary products ......................................................................................................

115.1

121.1

2782-141
2782-14111
2782-14112
2782-151
2782-15155
2782-2

S ervice industries for the printing t r a d e .............................................................................

115.1

120.4

2782

B ookbinding and related w o r k ...............................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Edition, library, trade and o th e r h ardco ver bookbinding of m aterials
printed e ls e w h e re ...................................................................................................
Technical, scientific, business and professional books, and coliege
textb oo ks ..............................................................................................................
O the r books n.e.c. including d ic tio n a rie s ...........................................................
Library binding including prebinding, rebinding, and h ardcover
binding of periodicals .......................................................................................
O the r b ook and p am phlet binding and related w o r k ........................................
S oft co ver binding of books (49 pages or m o r e ) ...........................................
P am phlet and o th e r so ft co ver binding .............................................................
M echanical binding of p ro du cts printed e ls e w h e re .......................................
M iscellaneous bookbinding w ork and related service ope ra tion s on
m aterial printed e lsew here .............................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
Secondary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r secondary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

115.1

278

B la n kb o o ks and lo ose le a f b in d e rs .......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
B la n kb o o k m a k in g ..........................................................................................................
C olum nar, ledger, and a cco u n t b o o k s ...............................................................
Diaries and app ointm e n t b o o k s ............................................................................
C heckbooks, inserts and refills, excluding co ntin uo u s form s and die
c u t ............................................................................................................................
Letterpress p rocess ..............................................................................................
Lithographic p r o c e s s .............................................................................................
M iscellaneous b lankbooks and paper r u lin g ....................................................
O the r m iscellaneous b la n k b o o k s .....................................................................
L oo selea f binders and d e v ic e s ..................................................................................
L ooseleaf binders, ring and prong type, including lo ose le a f m em o
books ......................................................................................................................
M iscellaneous lo ose le a f binders and d evices ................................................
O the r lo oseleaf binders and d e v ic e s ..............................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts ................................................................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
S tationery p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................
O the r secondary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

1 2 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

2782-P
2782-1
2782-111
2782-135

B la nkb oo ks, lo ose le a f binders, and boo kbind in g and related w o r k ........................

2795

2 7 9 1 -P
2791-1
2791-2
2791-211
2791-212
2 79 1 -SM
2 79 1 -S

2793-P
2793-1
2793-117
2793-SM
2793-S
2793-SS S
2795-S

2795-P
2795-1
2795-113
2795-129
2795-2

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 9892

57

i

.3
(3)
0

1.3
0
0

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

Index
Ind u stry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

L itho grap h ic plate m a kin g se rvice s— C o ntinued
C o lo r co rre cte d p ro cess p o sitive s or negative s on f i l m ..............................
All o th e r film .................................................................................................................
A ssem ble d fla ts for platem aking ..........................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
P hotoengraving ...........................................................................................................
O the r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
C hem icals and allied p r o d u c ts ..............................................................................................

28

O ct.
198 9 2

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

106.2
105.4
112.9

106.2
105.4
113.2

106.2
105.4
113.2

1.9
.4
2.4

0
0
0

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

108.3
106.0
109.9

108.3
106.0
109.9

108.3
106.0
109.9

.1
.6
-.2

0
0
0

1 2 /8 4

2795-231
2795-239
2795-241
2795-SM
2795-S
2793-S
2795-SS S

Sep.
198 9 2

120.6

119.1

118.8

2.4

-.3

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

Industrial inorganic ch em icals ................................................................................................

281

1 2 /8 4

116.9

114.6

116.4

11.2

1.6

A lka lie s and chlorine .................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C h lo rin e ...............................................................................................................................
Liquid c h lo r in e .............................................................................................................
S odium hydroxide (caustic soda) .............................................................................
A ll o th e r c o nce ntratio ns - liq u id ............................................................................
50 p ercen t regular diaphragm g r a d e ..............................................................
50 percen t from m ercury cell ............................................................................
O the r liquid co nce ntratio ns (incl. o th e r 50% g ra d e s )...............................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2812

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

129.3
138.3
117.0
116.6
151.6
153.3
156.7
148.1
143.9

130.7
138.6
114.6
115.3
153.4
155.5
158.1
151.7

130.2
139.1
114.6
115.3
154.2
155.9
158.9
151.4

6.1
9.2
-1 0 .2
-8 .2
20.7
22.5
22.3
23.2

-.4
.4
0
0
.5
.3
.5
-.2

(3)

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 0

114.6

117.7

115.7

.7

-1 .7

Industrial g ase s ...........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
A c e ty le n e ...........................................................................................................................
C a rb on d io x id e .................................................................................................................
N itrog en ..............................................................................................................................
O xygen ................................................................................................................................
O th e r industrial g a s e s ...................................................................................................

2813
2 8 1 3-P
2813-2
2813-3
2813-5
2813-6
2813-7

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

124.5
122.5
129.9
118.2
99.4
135.5
127.9

122.4
121.6
130.2

122.6
121.9
130.2

5.6
7.5
5.4

.2
.2
0

(3)
98.2
135.5
125.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
126.2

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

(3)
(3)
(3)
.9

Ino rg a nic p ig m e n ts ......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
T ita nium p ig m e n ts ..........................................................................................................
C h ro m e co lo rs and o th e r inorga n ic p igm en ts .....................................................
Iron o xide p ig m e n ts ...................................................................................................
C olo re d lead p ig m e n ts .............................................................................................
L ith a rg e .......................................................................................................................
A ll o th e r c o lo r pigm ents, in cl. iron blues, pearl essen ce, and co p p e r
o x id e s .....................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2816
2 8 1 6-P
2816-1
2816-3
2816-331
2 81 6-34
2 81 6-34 5

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

138.1
139.4
145.3
129.2
127.7
161.2
161.2

140.2
141.8
148.1
130.8
125.8

11.0
11.1
15.5
3.4
-.8
11.2
11.2

3.1
2.3
2.4
2.0
0

(3)
(3)

144.6
145.0
151.7
133.4
125.8
187.0
187.0

281 6-39 8
2816-SM
2 816-S
2816-SS S

0 6 /8 3

120.8

123.5

123.5

2.1

0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

129.7
114.8

130.5
115.5

144.7
115.5

11.1
0

10.9
0

Industrial inorga n ic ch em icals, n .e .c.....................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
S ulfu ric acid (new and fo r tifie d ) .................................................................................
O leum g r a d e s ...............................................................................................................
O th e r tha n oleum g ra d e s .........................................................................................
O th e r in orga n ic acids (ex. sulfuric, nitric and p ho sph o ric) .............................
H yd ro ch lo ric acid ........................................................................................................
H yd ro fluo ric acid (w ithd ra w n fro m system ) ......................................................
O the r inorganic acids, n.e.c., inc. boric, chrom ic, hydrocyanic, and
m ixed (sulf. and n itr ic ) ......................................................................................
O the r alum inum com pounds, n .e .c...........................................................................
Alum inum hydroxide (trihydrate) ...........................................................................
O the r alum inum com p ou nd s (in. sodium alum inate, light alum.
hydroxide, cryo lite and alum , etc.) ..............................................................
Potassium and sodium com p ou nd s (ex. bleaches, alkalies and a lu m s )....
S odium com p ou nd s (inc. sodium m etal) ...........................................................
S odium pho sph a te s ..............................................................................................
Sodium trip o lyph o sph ate (S T P P )..................................................................
O the r se lected sodium pho sph a te s (m ono, di, tri, and tetrabasic;
m eta- and acid p y r o ) ................................................................................
S odium m etal and o th e r sodium co m p ou nd s (inc. sod. borate,
flouride, hydrosulfide, e t c . ) ..........................................................................
P otassium com pounds, n .e .c...................................................................................
Inorganic chem ical ca ta lytic preparations, n .e.c..................................................
Inorganic chem ical ca ta lytic preparations, n.e.c..............................................
O the r industrial inorganic chem icals, n .e .c............................................................
S elected alkali earth m etal com pounds, n .e .c..................................................
B arium and m agnesium co m p ou nd s (inc. bulk epsom s a lts ) ................
S e le cte d m e tallic m ineral co m p ou nd s, n .e .c.....................................................
C opper, iron and silve r co m p ou nd s, n .e .c .....................................................
O th e r inorga n ic ch em icals, n .e .c............................................................................
O ther, inc. re a ge nt fro m tech . grades, industrial blea ch es, g old &
titan iu m c o m p o u n d s ......................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

2819
2 8 1 9-P
2 819-3
281 9-31 4
2819-331
2819-4
2819-44
2819-463

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

117.5
116.4
102.2
80.4
107.4
96.0
115.3
92.9

115.8
124.3
105.1

12.4
12.9
1.4
.7
1.5
4.5
.6
5.3

1.6
.5
.6

(3)
111.7
96.4
116.0
94.0

117.6
124.9
105.7
80.7
111.7
96.8
116.0
94.7

(3)

2819-498
2819-6
2819-625

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

95.1
127.2
167.4

95.2
127.6
166.3

95.7
125.4
165.6

6.3
10.0
10.5

.5
-1 .7
-.4

2819-671
2819-7
2819-7 A
2819-73
2819-738

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

131.0
112.2
108.5
99.8
97.1

131.0
110.5
106.3
91.3
85.4

131.0
111.7
107.7
91.1
84.8

18.1
2.9
1.9
-7 .7
-9 .5

0
1.1
1.3
-.2
-.7

2819-739

1 2 /8 2

106.8

106.9

107.9

-3 .7

.9

2819-788
2819-7B
2819-8
2819-811
2819-9
2819-9A
2819-922
2819-9F
2819-984
2819-9G

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

114.4
132.0

116.9
133.0

117.8
133.0

7.4
7.7

.8
0

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

104.9
111.1
113.2
130.3
115.9
128.5
132.5

(3)
112.4
113.2
130.3
116.2
129.7
134.2

(3)
113.4
113.5
130.5
116.3
130.3
132.4

(3)
6.5
8.9
8.8
4.7
4.8
3.8

(3)
.9
.3
.2
.1
.5
-1 .3

2 81 9-99 8
2819-SM
2 8 1 9-S

1 2 /8 2

147.6

151.4

147.8

3.7

-2 .4

1 2 /8 2

138.0

141.3

140.6

6.1

-.5

281 2-P
2812-1
2812-115
2812-3
2812-365
2812-36511
2812-36512
2812-36521
2812-S M
2 8 1 2-S

See footnotes at end of table.




58

(3)

(3)
(3)

0
.4
0
.7

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

P lastic m aterials and syn th e tic resins, rubbers, and n on-glass
f ib e r s .......................................................................................................................................
Plastic m a terials and r e s in s ....................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
T h e rm o p la stic r e s in s .....................................................................................................
N ylon r e s in s ..................................................................................................................
P olyester resins s a tu r a te d ......................................................................................
L ow den sity p olye thylen e r e s in s ...........................................................................
For film and s h e e tin g ............................................................................................
For all o th e r u s e s ...................................................................................................
High den sity polye thylen e r e s in s ..........................................................................
For b low m o ld in g ....................................................................................................
For all o th e r u s e s ...................................................................................................
P olypropylene resins ................................................................................................
For injection m olding ............................................................................................
For fib e r and fila m e n t s ........................................................................................
S tyrene plastics m a te ria ls .......................................................................................
All oth e r styrene plastic m aterials including styrene a crylonitrile
(SAN) ..................................................................................................................
Vinyl and vinylidene r e s in s .....................................................................................
Polyvinyl c h lo r id e ....................................................................................................
O the r engineering the rm op la stic r e s in s .............................................................
O the r non-engineering the rm op la stic resins ....................................................
T h erm o settin g resins ....................................................................................................
A lkyd resins ..................................................................................................................
P henolic and oth e r tar acid resins ......................................................................
P henolic m olding c o m p o u n d s ............................................................................
A ll o th e r phenolic and o th e r tar acid r e s in s ................................................
A ll oth e r the rm ose tting r e s in s ...............................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2821

S ynth etic r u b b e r ..........................................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro d u c ts ....................
S tyrene butadiene (S B R ).
S tyrene butadiene - s o lid ........................................................................................
P o ly b u ta d ie n e ......................
O the r synthetic e la s to m e rs ........................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................

2822

C ellulosic m an-m ade fibers ....................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R a y o n ..................................................................................................................................
S taple and t o w ............................................................................................................

2823

N o nce llu lo sic organic fib e r s ....................................................................................................
Prim ary products .................................................................................................................
Yarn and m o n ofila m e n t ...............................................................................................
Nylon and aram id, excluding p ro du cer textured yarn ...................................
T extile .........................................................................................................................
All oth e r draw n e quivalent d e n ie rs ..............................................................
P olyester, excluding p ro du cer textured y a r n ....................................................
Textile, selected deniers .....................................................................................
145-179 draw n e quivalent d e n ie r ................................................................
A ll oth e r polye ster yarn and m onofilam ent, e xcept p ro du cer textured
P roducer textured yarn and m o n o fila m e n t.......................................................
N y lo n ................................. .........................................................................................
Carpet y a r n ...........................................................................................................
O the r yarn and m o n ofila m e n t ...............................................................................
Staple, tow and fib e r fill.................................................................................................
Nylon and aram id
A crylic and m odacrylic .............................................................................................
Up to 4 denier
Polyester ..............
S taple and tow ........................................................................................................
Up to 2.5 denier, excluding fiberfill .............................................................

2824

2 8 2 1 -P
2 821-3
2821-311
2821-321
2821-331
2821-33101
2 82 1-33 1 03
2821-341
2 821-34101
2 82 1-34 1 02
2821-351
2 821-35101
2821-35102
2821-361
2 821-36104
2821-371
2821-37101
2821-381
2821-399
2821-4
2821-401
2821-421
2821-42101
2821-42102
2821-499
282 1 -SM
282 1 -S

2822-P
2822-1
2822-111
2822-2
2822-8
2822-SM

2823-P
2823-2
2823-241

2824-P
2824-7
2824-701
2824-7012
2824-70124
2824-702
2824-7021
2824-70212
2824-70221
2824-703
2824-7032
2824-70322
2824-705
2824-8
2824-801
2824-802
2824-80201
2824-803
2824-8031
2824-80312

Oct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

1 2 /8 4

2 82

Sep.
1 9892

120.3

115.9

114.5

-4.1

-1 .2

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

151.8
142.6
144.1
110.9
167.4
159.8
152.9
167.0
155.6
158.1
161.5
136.1
149.0
135.3
149.2

142.5
133.6
133.4

-8 .7
-8 .7
-1 1 .3
9.7
-.1

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

(3)
162.8
139.1
136.6
133.0
151.1
153.4
157.0
130.7
141.6
131.5
132.7

138.8
131.5
130.9
110.9
162.8
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
128.8
139.9
125.6
132.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-1 1 .6
-1 4 .2
-1 6 .2
-1 3 .3

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

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

146.0
127.6
124.0
100.1
133.0
136.3
112.2
175.0
140.1
183.9
126.1

138.2
118.0
114.6
99.4
133.0
134.9
112.1
168.6
140.1
175.8
127.5

136.0
115.8
112.5
99.5
133.0
134.6
112.1
168.1
140.1
175.2
127.5

-5 .2
-10.1
-10.1
1.0

(3)
4.7
7.0
4.2
7.1

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

1 2 /8 0

197.4

186.3

175.1

-8 .8

-6 .0

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

108.7
110.5
99.6
100.3
82.4
119.6

109.1
108.2
94.1
94.8
84.9
119.5

109.0
108.4
93.8
94.4
84.4
120.0

.2
-3 .2
-1 0 .5
-1 1 .8
-3.1
5.4

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

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

120.2
120.2
132.7
131.6

122.8
122.8
132.3
131.1

122.8
122.8
132.3

8.8
8.8
13.1

0
0
0

(3)

(3)

0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

102.4
103.4
107.0
104.2
106.9
101.6
107.7
94.9
91.1
108.2
109.0

102.6
103.7
106.1
103.6
109.1
106.9
106.3

103.2
104.3
107.7
105.6
109.1
106.9
108.8
96.5
93.1
108.2
108.3

4.5
5.5
3.1
1.1
7.9
8.5
9.5
18.6
25.5
-5 .7
-.1

0 6/8 1
06/8 1
06/8 1
0 6/8 1
06/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

102.7
120.5
98.3
108.5
73.9
86.0
101.5
98.4
94.4

101.8

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

(3)
(3)
99.4
103.9
77.2
86.5
104.9
101.7
98.5

(3)
(3)
9.5
-1 .2
8.7
6.0
17.6
17.6
21.0

(3)
(3)
108.2
108.3

(3)
100.2
103.9

(3)
3.9

(3)
0

(3)
.6
.6
1.5
1.9
0
0
2.4
(3)
(3)
0
0
(3)
(3)
-.8
0
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

Drugs ..............................................................................................................................................

283

1 2 /8 4

138.0

139.0

139.8

7.1

.6

B iological p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
D iagnostic s u b s ta n c e s ..................................................................................................
R e a g e n ts .......................................................................................................................
S tandards & c o n tro ls .................................................................................................
M icrobiology, virology & serology p ro d u c ts ......................................................
B lood and blood derivatives, fo r hum an u s e .......................................................
O ther blood derivatives or fractions, e xcept tho se used fo r passive
im m u n iz a tio n .........................................................................................................
O ther biologicals fo r hum an use, e xcep t diag n ostics ......................................

2831
2831-P
283 1 -A
2831-A21
2831-A22
2 83 1 -A27
2831-1

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 3 /8 0

146.7
144.1
102.7
104.2
100.0
102.7
117.5

145.4
142.3
101.2
101.9
93.0
101.6
117.4

146.0
143.1
101.9
102.2
99.6
100.8
117.3

1.5
1.3
-1 .3
-3 .4
2.4
-4 .3
2.5

.4
.6
.7
.3
7.1
-.8
-.1

2831-119
2831-7

0 3 /8 0
0 6 /8 7

115.7
111.3

115.7

115.8
111.3

2.4
11.1

(3)

See footnotes at end of table.




59

(3)

.1

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

B io log ica l p ro d u cts— C ontin u ed
A lle rg e n ic e xtra cts & o th e r biolog ie s fo r hum an u s e ....................................
B io log ica l p ro du cts fo r ve te rin a ry use, e xcep t d ia g n o s tic s .............................
V accines, bacterins, toxo id s & o th e r antigens fo r a ctive im m unization
B iological p ro du cts fo r industrial & o th e r uses ...................................................
S econdary products and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

O ct.
1 98 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

(3)

2 831-725
2831-8
2 831-814
2831-9
2 831-SM
2831-M
2 83 1 -S

236.8
87.7
86.2
135.9

(3)
87.6
86.1
125.8

236.8
87.6
86.1
127.5

11.1
5.3
.9
-6 .2

1 2 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

166.4
150.8

167.4
151.0

167.4
151.0

.3
3.7

0
0

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

104.8
101.4
99.9
107.9
101.4
74.9

103.4
99.4
97.9
105.9
101.4
74.6

104.0
100.1
98.8
105.9
101.4

3.4
2.9
2.9
2.7
1.0

.6
.7
.9
0
0

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

119.6
123.6

113.9
123.6

113.6
123.6

5.4
18.3

-.3
0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

119.9
122.0

118.9
115.7

119.0
115.8

3.3
-.2

.1
.1

0 6/8 1
189.9
192.1
0 6/8 1
193.0
195.6
0 6/8 1
206.8
211.3
0 6/8 1
267.8
280.4
0 6/8 1
267.4
268.7
0 8/8 1
272.8
288.2
10/81
327.8
336.7
06/8 1
153.6
141.5
0 6/8 1
242.3
244.7
0 6/8 1
269.9
276.0
0 6/8 1
169.3
166.3
0 6/8 1
160.0
155.5
0 6/8 1
190.1
190.1
0 6/8 1
105.8
105.8
0 6/8 1
172.4
172.2
0 6/8 1
118.8
105.7
08/8 1
162.4
159.7
0 6/8 1
236.2
243.8
0 6/8 1
243.2
249.2
0 6/8 1
338.0
342.2
0 6/8 1
224.9
220.2
0 6/8 1
219.4
224.1
06/8 1
194.2
198.7
0 6/8 1
221.5
226.1
0 6/8 1
354.3
390.3
0 6/8 1
215.0
227.5
1 2 /8 7
120.4
132.1
0 6/8 1
260.5
262.5
1 2 /8 7
121.0
121.0
0 6/8 1
208.7
208.7
1 2 /8 7
100.7
100.8
0 6 /8 1
233.5
238.8
0 6 /8 1
155.7
150.2
0 6 /8 1
193.9
197.0
0 6 /8 1
142.0
166.1
0 6 /8 1
220.8
231.2
0 6 /8 1
204.0
204.0
0 6 /8 1
263.4
271.0
0 6 /8 1
307.5
310.8
1 2 /8 7
122.6
122.8
1 2 /8 7
112.4
112.0
1 2 /8 7
131.6
132.5
1 2 /8 7
117.2
120.6
0 6 /8 1
425.1
434.3
0 6 /8 1
169.5
172.1
0 6 /8 1
207.3
207.3
0 6 /8 1
209.6
217.8
0 6 /8 1
162.7
163.7
0 6 /8 1
201.6
201.6
0 6 /8 1
(3)
(3)
0 6 /8 1
163.3
165.6
0 6/8 1
150.8
150.8
0 6/8 1
174.4
176.7
0 6/8 1
148.8
148.8
0 6/8 1
187.1
187.1
0 6/8 1
205.8
210.1

193.1
196.7
212.7
280.7
268.7
288.6
337.7
156.7
244.7
276.0
168.3
155.8
190.3
105.9

8.1
8.2
9.4
10.5
1.1
12.7
8.4
7.0
9.6
12.5
3.2
-2 .3
-2 .0
2.4

.5
.6
.7
.1
0
.1
.3
10.7
0
0
1.2
.2
.1
.1

(3)
105.8
166.7
244.9
249.4
342.2
226.4
224.1
198.7
229.4
390.3
228.2
132.1
263.3
121.4
211.6
101.0
238.8
158.0
197.0
148.9
231.2
204.0
271.0
324.4
130.8

(3)
-9 .6
14.4
13.3
21.6
7.7
8.0
4.6
10.3
10.0
36.2
12.8
21.2
8.5
11.6
9.9
.7
16.8
8.7
9.1
14.0
8.3
7.2
11.4
17.1
19.8

(3)
.1
4.4
.5
.1
0
.7
0
0
1.5
0
.3
0
.3
.3
1.4
.2
0
1.5
0
-1 0 .4
0
0
0
4.4
6.5

(3)
136.2
120.6
453.0
172.1
207.3
217.8
163.7
2 01.6

(3)
19.7
11.4
19.7
9.4
6.6
8.9
3.7
3.4

(3)
2.8
0
4.3
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
165.6
150.8
176.7
148.8
187.1
210.1

(3)
4.3
4.8
3.9
2.1
2.7
5.8

181.5

5.8

2833

P harm aceutical p re p a ra tio n s ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P harm aceutical preparations, p re s c rip tio n ............................................................
A n a lg e s ic s .....................................................................................................................
N a rco tic a n a lg e s ic s ................................................................................................
N o n-na rco tic a n a lg e s ic s ......................................................................................
A spirin, APC and related .................................................................................
A n tia rth ritic s ..................................................................................................................
A n tic o n v u ls a n ts ...........................................................................................................
S ystem ic a n tih is ta m in e s ...........................................................................................
S ystem ic a n ti-in fe c tiv e s ............................................................................................
B road and m edium sp ectrum a n tib io tic s .......................................................
C e ph a lo spo rin s ...................................................................................................
E ry th ro m y c in s .......................................................................................................
T e tracycline s ........................................................................................................
O the r broad and m edium sp ectrum a ntib io tics ......................................
S ystem ic p e n ic illin s ................................................................................................
Urinary a ntib acte ria ls ............................................................................................
B ronchial th e r a p y ........................................................................................................
C ancer therapy pro du cts .........................................................................................
C a rd iovascular th e ra p y .............................................................................................
A ntih yp erte nsive drugs .........................................................................................
V aso d ila to rs .............................................................................................................
O the r c a rd io v a s c u la rs ........................................ ..................................................
CN S s tim u la n ts /a n tio b e s ity p re parations ..........................................................
Cough and cold p re p a ra tio n s .................................................................................
N asal d e c o n g e s ta n ts ............................................................................................
D e rm atological p re p a ra tio n s ...................................................................................
A cne p re p a ra tio n s ..................................................................................................
Fungicides .................................................................................................................
T o pical a n ti- in fe c tiv e s ............................................................................. .............
A n tip ru ritics
........................................................................................................
D ia b ete s th e ra p y .
D iu re tics ................
H o rm o n es .............
M u scle rela xan ts .
N u trie nts and s u p p le m e n ts .....................................................................................
O p th a lm ic and o tic p re p a ra tio n s ...........................................................................
P s y c h o th e ra p e u tic s ....................................................................................................
T ra n q u iliz e rs .............................................................................................................
M ajor tra nq u ilize rs .............................................................................................
M inor tra nq u ilize rs .............................................................................................
A n tid e p re s s a n ts .......................................................................................................
S ed a tives .......................................................................................................................
V ita m in s ..........................................................................................................................
A d u lt m u ltivita m in s .................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s p re scrip tion p h a rm a ce utica l p re p a ra tio n s ............................
P ha rm ace utica l pre pa ra tion s, n on -p re scrip tion ...................................................
A na lg esics, internal (e xce p t a n tia rth ritic s )........................................................
N on-aspirin (including e ffe rve se n t) ..................................................................
A n ta cid s .........................................................................................................................
A n tise p tics and a n tib a cte ria ls ...............................................................................
C ough and cold p re p a ra tio n s .................................................................................
Cough syrups, elixirs, e xpe ctorants, drops, lozenges, gum s, tro che s
C old tablets, ca psules (including a ntihistam ine cold preparations)
D e c o n g e s ta n ts .........................................................................................................
O the r cough and cold preparations, inc. d e c o ng e sta n t and
a ntihistam ine m ix tu re s ..................................................................................

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 7

2833-P
2833-1
2833-2
2833-201
2833-204

M edicinal ch em icals and b otanical p ro du cts (in bulk) ..................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S ynth etic organic m edicinal c h e m ic a ls ...................................................................
O the r m edicinals and b o ta n ic a ls ..............................................................................
B otanical drugs ...........................................................................................................
O the r inorganic m e d ic in a ls .....................................................................................
M ixtures o f tw o o r m ore substa nce s fo r the ra p eu tic or p ro phylactic
u s e ...........................................................................................................................
O the r m ixtures of tw o o r m ore s u b s ta n c e s ..................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r secondary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

2834

2833-205
2833-20595
2833-SM
2833-S
2833-SS S

2834-P
2834-1
2834-102
2834-1021
2834-1022
2834-10229
2834-105
2834-107
2834-109
2834-111
2834-1111
2834-11111
2834-11113
2834-11114
2 834-11119
2834-11129
2834-11139
2834-118
2834-119
2834-121
2 834-12119
2834-12129
2834-12191
2834-123
2834-125
2834-12512
2834-126
2834-12611
2834-12619
2834-12631
2834-12641
2834-127
2 83 4-12 8
283 4-13 5
283 4-13 9
2834-141
283 4-14 2
283 4-14 4
2834-1441
2834-14411
2834-14 4 12
2834-1442
283 4-14 5
2 834-148
2 83 4-14 8 19
2834-198
2834-2
2834-201
2 83 4-20 1 02
2834-202
2834-206
2834-208
2834-20819
2834-20831
2834-20849
2834-20851

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
19892

60

0 6/8 1

174.5

181.5

0
0
1.4

(3)

(3)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

P harm ace utica l p re p a ra tio n s— C ontinued
D e rm a to lo g ic a ls .......................................................................................................
A cne p re p a ra tio n s ..............................................................................................
A n tip ru ritic s ............................................................................................................
O the r d erm ato lo gicals ......................................................................................
E xternal ana lg esics and c o u n te rirrita n ts ........................................................
L a x a tiv e s ....................................................................................................................
N utrients and s u p p le m e n ts ..................................................................................
V ita m in s ......................................................................................................................
A dult m ultivitam ins .............................................................................................
B -com plex .............................................................................................................
M iscellaneous n on-prescription pharm aceutical p reparations ...............
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...............................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts .............................................................................................
R esales ......................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ...................................................................................................
B iological p roducts ................................................................................................
O the r secondary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................
C osm etics and to ile tr ie s .......................................................................................
Soap, detergents, and cleaning preparations, perfum es, co sm e tics and oth e r
to ile t p reparations ...........................................................................................................

2 834-209
2834-20901
2 83 4-20 9 05
2 83 4-20 9 09
2834-211
283 4-21 6
2834-217
2834-221
2834-22101
283 4-22 1 02
283 4-29 8
2834-SM
2834-M
2834-Z 89
2834-S
2 8 3 1 -S
2834-SS S
2844-S

Sep.
19892

Oct.
1 9892

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

165.6
152.7
105.5
191.5
109.2
149.8
103.7
129.4
129.7
125.3
181.8

166.1
152.7
105.5
192.6
109.2
149.8
106.5
130.3
129.4
128.5
181.8

166.1

3.0

(3)
105.5
192.6
109.2
149.8
106.5
130.3
129.4
128.5
181.8

(3)
1.2
2.9
1.8
6.4
3.1
1.0
.6
.9
6.4

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

189.8
189.8
169.9
285.5
175.1
104.2

189.8
189.8
170.0
283.1
174.9
106.3

189.8
189.8
170.2
284.5
174.2
106.9

4.1
4.1
9.0
2.9
21.2
4.9

0
0
.1
.5
-.4
.6

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

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

284

1 2 /8 4

114.2

115.2

115.3

3.8

.1

S oap and o th e r d e te rg e n ts ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .............................................................................................................
S oap and detergents, n onhousehold ..................................................................
A cid-type c le a n e r s ..................................................................................................
M etal c le a n e r s .....................................................................................................
Liquid m etal c le a n e r s ....................................................................................
O the r acid-type c le a n e r s ..................................................................................
S ynth etic organic detergents, n o n h o u s e h o ld ...............................................
Dry (pow ders) ......................................................................................................
Dry (pow ders), anionic base ......................................................................
L iq u id .......................................................................................................................
Liquid, anionic b a s e .......................................................................................
Liquid, ca tion ic and a m p h o te ric .............................................................. .
Liquid, non io nic or o th e r base ...................................................................
Soaps, e xcep t sp ecia lty cleaners, n o n h o u seh o ld ......................................
Chips, flakes, granulated, pow dered, and sprayed, incl. w ashing
p o w d e r s ..........................................................................................................
L iq u id ........................................................................................................................
O the r n onhousehold soap, including m e ch an ics’ hand soap ...........
A lka lin e d ete rg en ts, n o n ho u seh o ld ..................................................................
M a ch ine dishw ash in g co m p o u n d s ...............................................................
Liquid ...................................................................................................................
Dry ........................................................................................................................
O the r liquid alkaline dete rg en ts ....................................................................
Dry alkaline dete rg en t hard surface cle an e rs .........................................
O th e r dry alkaline d e te r g e n ts ........................................................................
H ousehold d e te rg e n ts ...............................................................................................
S ynthetic organic detergents, household ......................................................
D r y ............................................................................................................................
Heavy duty, p hosphate based ...................................................................
Heavy duty, p hosphate f r e e .......................................................................
L iq u id .......................................................................................................................
Light d u t y ...........................................................................................................
H e a v y -d u ty ........................................................................................................
A lkaline detergents, h o u s e h o ld ..........................................................................
Household soap, e xcept specialty c le a n e r s .....................................................
T o ile t soaps, excluding m edicated soaps .....................................................
B a r s ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...............................................
M iscellaneous receipts .............................................................................................
R esales ......................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................
All oth e r secondary p ro d u c ts .............................................................................
Polishes and sanitation g o o d s ...........................................................................
S u rfa c ta n ts ................................................................................................................
T o ile t p re p a ra tio n s ..................................................................................................

2841

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9

116.6
116.5
124.4
112.8

116.9
115.9
126.0
112.8
111.4
111.4

116.6
115.5
125.7
112.8
111.4
111.4

3.6
2.8
5.6
.8

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

(3)
130.3
101.3
129.5
101.0
134.8

(3)
129.9
100.0
127.5
101.3
134.7

(3)
125.5
100.0

(3)
125.5
100.1

(3)
4.5

0 6 /8 3
0 7 /8 9
0 4 /8 5
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 9 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9

122.5
116.5

(3)
(3)
108.3
129.7
100.0

(3)
(3)
109.0
129.1
100.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
8.4

(3)
141.2
122.4
125.8

(3)
141.2
121.4
125.2

(3)
107.8
107.8
109.1
110.5
94.5
105.9
116.4
96.9
106.4
131.5
132.8
100.0

(3)
107.3
107.1
109.1
110.5
94.4
104.3
116.4
92.2
106.4
131.5
132.8
100.0

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

121.7
121.7
114.5
116.9
134.4

(3)
(3)
116.6
117.5
138.8
93.7

(3)
(3)
116.5
117.5
138.7
93.7

(3)

(3)

S pecialty cleaning, polishing and sanitation p re p a ra tio n s .......................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .............................................................................................................
H ousehold b leaches .................................................................................................
Liquid, less than 7% chlorine o r e qu iva le nt oxidizing a g e n t..................
Dry, less than 5 0% ch lorin e or e qu iva le nt oxidizing a g e n t ....................
S pe cia lty cleaning and sa nita tion p ro du cts ......................................................
G lass w in d ow cle an in g p re p a ra tio n s ...............................................................
O ven c le a n e r s .........................................................................................................
T o ile t bow l cle an e rs and drain pipe so lven ts ..............................................
T o ile t bow l c le a n e rs ..........................................................................................

2842

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 9

115.6
117.3
116.8
116.5

116.8
119.1
120.0
119.6
122.1
118.5
106.7

116.4
118.5
120.1
119.8
121.6
119.0
109.5

(3)
6.3
5.1

(3)
126.2
99.6

(3)
126.2
99.6

(3)

2 8 4 1 -P
2841-1
2 84 1-1 A
2841-17
2841-177
2 841-179
2 8 4 1 -1B
2841-1 BA
2841-141
2 841-1B B
284 1-14 5
284 1-14 6
284 1-14 9
2841-1C
284 1-11 2
284 1-11 4
284 1-11 9
2 84 1 -1D
2841-1 DA
2841-121
2 841-123
2 841-125
2 84 1-12 6
2 841-128
2 841-2
2 841-2A
2 84 1-2A A
2 84 1-22 4
2 84 1-22 6
2 8 4 1 -2AB
2841-231
2841-235
2841-21
2841-3
2841-311
2841-313
2 84 1 -SM
2 8 4 1 -M
2 84 1 -Z89
2 8 4 1 -S
2 8 4 1 -SSS
2 842-S
2 843-S
2844-S

2842-P
2842-2
2842-243
2842-253
2842-3
2842-311
2842-321
2842-331
2842-33111

See footnotes at end of table.




61

(3)
(3)
119.9
128.8
100.0
127.5
100.0
131.3
134.5
125.5
100.0

(3)
126.9
100.0
140.3
141.2
118.6
120.2
137.5
109.3
109.7
109.0
110.5
(3)
(3)
122.9
100.0
(3)
131.6
132.8
100.0

(3)
95.8

(3)
116.7
106.1
117.3
124.3
100.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
5.3
(3)
6.4
(3)
7.2

(3)

(3)
(3)
14.7
4.7
5.7
(3)
2.2
2.2
7.1
8.1
(3)
(3)
-4 .5
(3)
(3)
1.5
1.5

()
3
(3)
(3)
6.7
3.3
15.2
(3)
(3)
3.9
4.6
5.4
6.3

(3)
8.5

(3)
-.3
-1 .3
-1 .5
.3
-.1
(3)
0
.1
(3)
(3)
.6
-.5
0
(3)
0
-.8
-.5
(3)
-.5
-.6
0
0
-.1
-1 .5
0
-4 .9
0
0
0
0
(3)
(3)
-.1
0
-.1
0
(3)
-.3
-.5
.1
.2
-.4
.4
2.6
(3)
0
0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

S p e cia lty cleaning, polishin g and sa nita tion p re p a ra tio n s— C o ntinued
Drain pipe so lve n ts ................................................................................................
D isin fe cta n ts fo r uses o th e r tha n agricultu ra l .................................................
Rug and u p h o lste ry cle an e rs, co n su m e r type p re pa ra tion s ......................
D eod o ra nts, n on p e rso n a l ........................................................................................
A eroso l t y p e ..............................................................................................................
O th e r d eo d o ra n ts, n o n p e rso n al .......................................................................
H ousehold laundry aids ...........................................................................................
Fabric s o fte ne rs and r in s e s ...............................................................................
L iq u id .......................................................................................................................
O the r spec, deterg. incl. sw e eping cm pds., w a terless hand clnrs.,
ironing aids, and w all c ln r s .............................................................................
P olishing p re pa ra tion s and related p r o d u c ts .......................................................
A uto m o bile body p olishe s and c le a n e rs ............................................................
Furniture p olishe s and c le a n e rs ............................................................................
F lo o r p o lis h ...................................................................................................................
W a ter e m u ls io n ........................................................................................................
Liquid (o the r than w a ter em ulsion) ..................................................................
L ea the r d ressings and finishes, excluding shoe polish ...............................
R e la te d pro du cts, including m etal polish and p olishing clo th s and
pap ers ....................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
S oa p and o th e r d e te rg e n ts ....................................................................................
A ll o th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts .................................................................................
A g ricultu ra l chem icals, n .e .c....................................................................................

2842-33121
284 2-33 2
2842-351
2 842-38
2842-381
2842-385
2 842-39
2842-394
2842-39411

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

2842-399
2842-4
2842-411
2 842-415
2842-42
2842-421
2842-423
2 842-463

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 7 /8 3
0 6 /8 9

284 2-49 8
2842-S M
2 842-M
2 84 2-Z 89
2842-S
2 8 4 1 -S
2842-SS S
2879-S

Oct.
198 9 2

100.0
121.1
95.6
114.8

105.8
121.7

105.8
121.6

(3)
5.4

(3)
117.3
123.0
110.2
122.7
122.7
102.8

(3)
117.3
123.0
110.2
123.5
123.5
104.1

(3)
3.7

100.7
119.6

100.7
115.5
109.2
119.3
111.3

(3)
109.3
119.2
119.2
100.0
100.0
119.3
127.8
119.3

Oct. 1988

(3)
6.5
8.3
8.3
(3)
(3)
-.7
-1 3 .2
4.3

Sep. 1989

0
-.1
(3)
0
0
0
.7
.7
1.3
0
-3 .4

(3)
120.5
93.6

(3)

0 6 /8 3

123.4

125.8

125.3

4.9

-.4

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

(3)
97.2
119.6
123.6
112.4
121.5

95.4
95.4
120.4
125.7
111.6
122.0

96.0
96.0
120.1
124.8
111.8
122.0

(3)
3.1
2.5
4.1
-.8
3.6

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

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 7 /8 9
0 3 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 8 /8 9
1 2 /8 3
0 9 /8 9
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

122.4
124.1
116.5
116.3
118.8
105.5

124.1
125.7
116.6
116.5
119.1
105.5
116.6
114.6
128.4
120.2

124.1
125.9
116.6
116.5
119.1
105.5
116.8
114.8
128.5
120.7

4.9
3.5
6.2
4.6
5.3
1.2
(3)
6.6
2.6
3.0

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

(3)
133.5
(3)
138.9
115.4

(3)
133.5
109.2
138.9
115.4

(3)
2.9
2.5
10.2
-3 .5

(3)

(3)
(3)
139.4

(3)
(3)
139.3

(3)
(3)
3.7

(3)
(3)
-.1

(3)
(3)
116.0

(3)
123.3

(3)
122.1

(3)
1.4

(3)
-1 .0

(3)
118.3

(3)
117.6

(3)
10.7

(3)
-.6

2844-P
2844-1
284 4-15 6
2844-2
284 4-2A
2844-211
284 4-22 3
284 4-23 2
2844-23201
284 4-23 2 02
2844-3
2 84 4-3A
2844-321
2 844-3B
2844-341
284 4-36 A
2 844-363
2844-31
284 4-31 A
2844-316
2844-337
2844-351
2844-4
2844-421
2844-5
2844-51
284 4-51 A

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

148.9
150.9
137.2
125.3
154.4
150.2
144.7
160.1
156.1
106.3
118.4
145.5
142.1
136.0
153.4
160.2
122.4
154.6
114.7
112.1
108.1
141.8
175.3
133.8
128.5
157.7
152.4
164.5

150.7
152.6
138.0
127.1
161.8
150.2
144.7
160.1
167.8
117.2
120.7
144.4
142.1
136.0
154.6
160.1
123.4
154.6
109.4
107.0
103.1
148.9
175.3
136.1
131.0
158.3
154.3
169.9

151.5
153.7
138.3
127.1
162.5
150.4
145.0
160.1
168.9
116.7
124.4
147.6
143.0
136.9
155.2
163.0
123.8
155.3
110.8
108.3
104.0
148.8
185.2
135.7

3.6
3.7
2.9
4.0
5.5
3.4
3.1
4.0
6.6
6.3
7.4
2.4
1.9
1.9
1.3
3.1
1.2
.5
-2 .7
-2 .7
-3.1
6.4
7.4
.4

.5
.7
.2
0
.4
.1
.2
0
.7
-.4
3.1
2.2
.6
.7
.4
1.8
.3
.5
1.3
1.2
.9
-.1
5.6
-.3

(3)
158.5
154.2
169.9

(3)
4.2
4.1
6.4

(3)
.1
-.1
0

2843

T o ile t p re p a ra tio n s .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S havinq p re p a ra tio n s ....................................................................................................
A fte rsh a ve p re p a ra tio n s ...........................................................................................
Perfum e, to ile t w ater, and c o lo g n e ..........................................................................
P e r fu m e ..........................................................................................................................
P erfum e oil m ixtu re s and b le n d s ......................................................................
Liquid and solid p e r fu m e .....................................................................................
C o lo gn e and to ile t w a t e r ..........................................................................................
C o lo gn e
T o ile t w a ter
Hair p re p a ra tion s
H air to n ics and rinses ..............................................................................................
H air to n ics (including c o n d itio n e rs )..................................................................
H air d re ssing s and s p r a y s ......................................................................................
H air d r e s s in g s ..........................................................................................................
H air s p r a y s ................................................................................................................
A eroso l hair s p ra y s ............................................................................................
S h a m p o o s .....................................................................................................................
S ynth etic o rg an ic d e te r g e n t...............................................................................
Liquid synthetic o rganic dete rg en t ..............................................................
P erm anents - both hom e and c o m m e rc ia l.......................................................
H air coloring pre pa ra tion s ......................................................................................
D e ntifrices .........................................................................................................................
T o o th p a s te ....................................................................................................................
O the r c o sm e tics and to ile t p re p a ra tio n s ...............................................................
C ream s and lo tions ...................................................................................................
C ream s .......................................................................................................................

(3)
109.2
119.1
100.0

(3)
119.3
111.3
109.2
120.5
100.0

2843-P
2843-1
2 843-13
2843-131
2 843-135
284 3-16
2843-161
2843-5
2843-53
2843-533
2843-535
2843-537
2843-539
2843-55
2843-553
2843-555
2 843-57
2 84 3-57 5
284 3-57 9
2843-S M
2843-S

S u rfa ce -a ctive a g e n t s ................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
T e xtile and le ath er a ssista n ts and fin ish e s ..........................................................
A s s is ta n ts .......................................................................................................................
T e xtile ...
L e a th e r..
F inishes ....
T e xtile .........................................................................................................................
B ulk su rface -a ctive a ge nts (s u rfa c ta n ts )...............................................................
A n io n ic ............................................................................................................................
P hosphoric and p olyp h osp h oric acid e s te r s ................................................
S ulfonic a c id s ...........................................................................................................
S ulfuric acid e ste rs ................................................................................................
O the r anionic s u rfa c ta n ts ....................................................................................
C ationic ..........................................................................................................................
Q uaternary am m onium s a lt s ..............................................................................
O the r ca tion ic s u rfa c ta n ts ...................................................................................
N o n io n ic .........................................................................................................................
E th e rs .................................................................................................................. .......
O th e r non io nic s u rfa c ta n ts ..................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................

2844

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
198 9 2

62

(3)
114.6
126.6
120.2
131.2
(3)
(3)
138.5
113.8
119.4
169.0
136.2
134.9

(3)
(3)
7.3

(3)
0
0
(3)
0
-6 .4

(3)
0
0
0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u ct1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
b ase
June
1 9892

T o ile t p re p a ra tion s— C ontinued
Cleansing c r e a m s ..............................................................................................
F oun d atio n c re a m s ............................................................................................
L ubricating cream s, including h orm on e c r e a m s .....................................
O the r cream s ......................................................................................................
L otions and o i l s ......................................................................................................
Suntan lotions and sunscreens, including o ils ........................................
Cleansing lotions ...............................................................................................
Hand lo tions ........................................................................................................
O ther lotions & oils, including petroleum je llie s but excluding
hair, a ftershave & bath o i l s ....................................................................
C osm etics .....................................................................................................................
Lip preparations (lipstick, lip gloss, e t c . ) .......................................................
B lushers (rouges), excluding lip r o u g e ...........................................................
Eye preparations (m ascara, eye shadow s, eye liners, eye cream s,
etc.) .....................................................................................................................
D eodorants ...................................................................................................................
U nderarm d e o d o ra n ts ...........................................................................................
Liquid, cream and roll-on d e o d o ra n ts ........................................................
M anicure p re p a ra tio n s ......................................... ....................................................
Pow ders ........................................................................................................................
Face p o w d e r s ..........................................................................................................
W et a pplication powders, and oth e r pow ders, including fo o t
p o w d e r s .............................................................................................................
Bath oils and s a lt s .....................................................................................................
Bath oils and salts ................................................................................................
O the r cosm e tics and toilet p reparations ........ ..................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ..................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
P aints and A llied P ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
A rch itectu ra l coatin gs, including a rch itectu ral lacqu e rs ..................................
E x te r io r ...........................................................................................................................
S o lven t-type .............................................................................................................
Paints and tinting bases, including barn and ro o f p a in t s ....................
Stains, including shingle and s h a k e ............................................................
W a te r -ty p e ................................................................................................................
P aints and tin ting bases, including barn and ro o f p a in t s ....................
Interior ............................................................................................................................
S o lven t-type .............................................................................................................
S em igloss, e ggshell and satin p aints and tin ting bases .....................
W a te r -ty p e ................................................................................................................
Flat paints and tinting b a s e s .........................................................................
Sem igloss, eggshell and satin paints and tinting bases .....................
O the r interior w a ter thinned co atings ........................................................
P roduct finishes fo r original e quipm ent m anufacturers (OEM), excluding
m arine co atin gs ......................................................................................................
T ra n sportation finishes, excep t pow dered and high-solids co atin gs
A uto m o bile fin is h e s ...............................................................................................
O the r tra nsp o rtatio n e quipm ent finishes, including a ircra ft and
ra ilr o a d ...............................................................................................................
W ood fin is h e s ..............................................................................................................
W ood furniture, cabinet, and fixture fin is h e s ...............................................
W ood and co m position board fla t stock fin is h e s .......................................
Sheet, strip and coil coatings, including sidings, excluding
c o ntainers .............................................................................................................
C ontainer and closure finishes .............................................................................
M achinery and e quipm ent finishes, including road building and farm
im plem ent .............................................................................................................
M etal furniture and fixture fin is h e s ......................................................................
H igh-solids finishes (over 62.5 percen t s o lid s ) ...............................................
O ther product finishes, e xcept sem i-m anufactured (e.g. pigm ent
dispersions, and ink v e h ic le s ) .......................................................................
Special purpose coatings, including all m arine co atin gs ................................
Industrial m ain tain a nce p aints (spe cially form u late d) ...................................
In te rio r.........................................................................................................................
E xterior ......................................................................................................................
A uto m o tive and m achinery refinish co a tin g s ...................................................
Paints and enam els, e xce p t laquers ..............................................................
Prim ers and u n d e rc o a te rs ...................................................................................
L acquers ....................................................................................................................
M arine p aints and ena m e ls (sh e lf g oo ds and sp ecia lly form u late d,
excluding spar varnish) ....................................................................................
A eroso l paints .............................................................................................................
O th e r special purpbse c o a tin g s .......................................... .
M iscellan eo u s a llied paint p ro d u c ts ........................................................................

O ct.
19892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2844-511
284 4-51 2
2 844-513
2844-514
2 84 4 -5 1 B
2844-515
2 844-516
2844-518

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

194.1
147.7
169.1
148.7
141.4
134.1
108.4
148.5

204.3
155.9
169.1
151.8
140.1

204.3
155.9
169.1
151.6
140.0

8.3
7.7
6.0
2.8
1.7

(3)
108.4

(3)
108.4
148.5

(3)
(3)
3.8

(3)

(3)

2844-519
2844-52A
2844-521
2844-522

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

134.6
161.3
129.6
151.2

124.6
162.6
129.6
154.4

124.9
161.7
132.7
145.5

-1 .2
5.4
12.5
-1 .2

.2
-.6
2.4
-5 .8

2844-523
2844-52B
2844-52C
2 844-528
2844-53
2844-54
2844-543

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

196.2
167.7
161.5
150.5
147.5
156.3
165.9

198.0
164.2
156.9
139.2
147.5
156.3
152.8

196.0
164.0
156.7
139.8
147.5
160.8
170.8

2.8
-.9
-1 .6
-1 .3
.3
8.0
9.0

-1 .0
-.1
-.1
.4
0
2.9
11.8

2 844-549
2 844-56
2844-561
2844-59
2844-S M
2844-M
284 4-Z 89
2844-S

0 3 /8 0

150.8

169.0

169.0

12.1

0

0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

(3)
116.0

(3)
125.1

(3)
125.0

(3)
5.0

(3)
-.1

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

103.3
103.1
212.1

103.8
103.5
216.1

103.8
103.5
215.6

1.5
1.4
4.6

0
0
-.2

2 8 5 1 -P
2851-1
2 85 1-1 A
2 85 1 -1 AA
2 85 1-11 2
2 85 1-13 7
2 85 1 -1 AB
2851-141
2 8 5 1 -1B
2851-1 BA
2851-169
2851-18
2851-181
2851-183
2851-188

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

119.5
118.2
124.1
118.7
122.8
102.5
125.8
115.2
105.6
129.0
126.6
131.3
130.2
132.1
124.7

121.0
119.6
126.5
120.6
125.3
103.6
125.8
116.6
107.1
131.7
130.5
132.7
132.4
133.6
127.9
112.2

6.8
6.1
6.9
6.3
5.0

(3)

121.1
119.8
126.5
120.5
125.4
103.7
125.8
116.4
106.9
131.9
130.5
132.7
132.6
133.9
128.1
112.2

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

2851-2
2 85 1 -2A
2851-222

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

109.9
113.5
111.9

110.7
115.0
113.7

110.5
113.5
111.9

4.0
4.0
4.6

-.2
-1 .3
-1 .6

2851-225
2 85 1 -2B
2851-237
2851-239

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

105.2
107.8
111.3
101.6

105.2
108.4
112.0
101.6

105.2
108.4
112.0
101.6

(3)
3.0
3.2

0
0
0
0

2851-241
2851-243

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

111.0
101.8

111.0
102.6

111.0
103.6

3.9
5.3

0
1.0

2851-247
2851-249
2 851-254

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

119.9
106.2
128.0

122.8
109.8
123.8

122.5
109.1
123.8

9.1
(3)
-.6

-.2
-.6
0

2 851-267
2851-3
2 8 5 1 -3A
2851-301
285 1-30 5
2 8 5 1 -3B A
2 851-314
285 1-31 6
285 1-32 7

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

102.4
118.2
120.7
127.9
116.8
121.8
118.9
137.5
119.1

103.4
119.2
121.5
127.3
118.4
122.3
118.9
137.5
121.6

103.4
118.8
121.9
127.5
118.8
122.3
118.9
137.5
121.6

(3)
6.1
6.8
7.3
6.5
7.8
7.4

285 1-31 5
2851-33
2 851-398
2851-5

1 2 /8 8
0 7 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

108.0
106.5
101.5
106.9

112.3
106.5
101.5
109.0

109.0
106.5
102.0
108.7

(3)
-.2

-2 .9
0

(3)
(3)

-.3

2851

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
198 9 2

63

(3)
9.1
7.4
(3)
7.6
6.0
8.9
8.4
7.2
10.0
(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)

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

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

.5

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

Index
Industry a nd p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

Paints and A llied P ro du cts— C ontin u ed
T h in ne rs fo r d op e s & la cqu e rs & o leo re sin ou s thinn ers, inc. m ixtures
& p ro prieta ry th in n e r s ........................................................................................
M isc. related p roducts, inc. brush cle an e rs, n on pressu re w o od
preserva tive s, putty, e tc ....................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

Sep.
198 9 2

O ct.
1 98 9 2

127.9

127.9

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2851-531

127.0

2 851-598
2 85 1 -SM
2 8 5 1 -M
2 8 5 1 -Z89
2 85 1 -S
2851S SSSS
2 89 1 -S

A d h e sives and s e a la n ts ...........................................................................................

0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 8

103.3

106.6

106.0

(3)

-.6

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

129.5
130.1
133.4
118.4

131.4
132.2
133.6

131.4
132.2
133.4

15.8
16.5

(3)

(3)

(3)
(3)

0
0
-.1

1 2 /8 8

103.5

104.1

103.7

(3)

13.7

0

(3)
-.4

Industrial o rg an ic ch em icals ...................................................................................................

286

1 2 /8 4

123.3

120.9

120.0

-.2

-.7

G um and w o o d c h e m ic a ls ......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S o ftw o o d d istilla tion p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................
O th e r gum and w o od c h e m ic a ls ..............................................................................
H a rd w o od d istilla tion p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................
C h arcoa l, e xcluding b riq u e ts ..............................................................................
C h arcoa l briquets, inclu din g b len d s w ith lignite or o th e r m a terials
Tall o i l s ...........................................................................................................................
R o s in ...........................................................................................................................
O th e r tall oil derivative s, including rosin acid salts, e xce p t tall
oil fa tty acids ...................................................................................................
S e co n d a ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2861
2861 -P
2861-1
2861-2
2861-25
2 861-252
2 861-255
2861-29
286 1-29 6

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

120.5
114.6

118.0
112.2
123.2
106.6
114.7
112.8
114.7
84.8

114.1
108.5
123.2
101.8
114.7
112.8
114.7
77.6

-.3
-1 .5

(3)
2.7
-1 7 .4

-3 .3
-3 .3
0
-4 .5
0
0
0
-8 .5
(3)

2 861-298
2 8 6 1 -SM
2 8 6 1 -S

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

C yclic (coal tar) cru d es and interm ed ia tes, o rg an ic dyes and
p ig m e n ts .................................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C yclic in term ed ia tes
O the r c yclic in term ed ia tes
P h e n o l.............................
M isce lla n e o u s o th e r c yclic in te rm e d ia te s .....................................................
S ynth etic org an ic dyes ....
S ynth etic o rg an ic dyes ..
S ynth etic o rg an ic p igm en ts (lakes and to n e r s ) ...................................................
P h th alocya nine blue (B lue 15) ..........................................................................
O th e r syn th e tic o rg a n ic p ig m e n ts ....................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ........................ ..............................................................................
P lastic m aterials and re s in s ....................................................................................
Industrial org an ic ch em icals, n .e .c........................................................................
Industrial o rg a n ic ch em icals, n .e .c.........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S yn th e tic o rg a n ic ch em icals, n .e .c............................................................................
F la vo r and p erfum e m a te r ia ls ...............................................................................
C hem ical com pounds, m ix e d .............................................................................
R u bber processing c h e m ic a ls ...............................................................................
P la s tic iz e rs ....................................................................................................................
O th e r p la s tic iz e rs ....................................................................................................
Ethyl a lcoh o l and o th e r industrial organic chem icals, n .e .c............................
E thyl a lc o h o l.................................................................................................................
D e na tured (special o r co m p le te ) ethyl a lcoh o l ...........................................
O th e r industrial o rg a n ic ch em icals, n .e .c............................................................
E th y le n e .....................................................................................................................
P ropylene, c h e m ic a l..............................................................................................
M isce lla n e o u s o th e r industrial org an ic ch em icals, n .e .c...........................
M iscellan eo u s end -u se ch e m ica ls and ch em ical pro du cts, excluding
u r e a ..............................................................................................................................
O th e r m isce lla n e o u s e nd -u se ch e m ica ls and ch em ical p roducts,
e xclud in g u r e a .....................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s c yclic and a cyclic ch e m ica ls and ch em ical p r o d u c t s .........
A ce tic a c i d ....................................................................................................................
A c e t o n e ..........................................................................................................................
E thylene o x id e .............................................................................................................
F o rm a ld e h y d e ...............................................................................................................
Propylene g ly c o l..........................................................................................................
A lco ho ls, syn th e tic, m o n oh ydric ...........................................................................
O th e r m iscellan eo u s cyclic and a cyclic ch em icals and ch em ical
p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

(3)
114.7
89.4
89.2

(3)
-6 .2
2.8

(3)

(3)

(3)

87.8

87.5

-8 .2

(3)
134.4

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

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

113.0
121.0
123.6
129.6
174.0
121.7

112.5
119.7
121.2
128.6
171.8
120.8

112.2
119.4
120.2
127.5
168.6
119.8

(3)
2.9

-.3
-.3
-.8
-.9
-1 .9
-.8

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

128.5
125.4
133.0
123.6

130.1
126.1
133.0
124.4

131.5
126.5
133.0
125.0

6.0
5.6
8.7
4.9

1.1
.3
0
.5

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

118.4
118.4
98.2
114.3
93.6

120.0
120.0
98.9
114.5
97.4

123.9
123.9
98.2

6.6
6.6
5.1

3.3
3.3
-.7

(3)
97.2

(3)
11.0

(3)
-.2

2869-P
2869-3
2869-311
2869-31112
2869-331
2869-351
2869-35199
2869-5
2 869-512
2 86 9-51 2 12
2 869-599
2 86 9-59 9 12
2869-59 9 13
2869-59 9 99

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

129.8
112.1
87.4
91.6
111.4
115.7
69.1
68.5
121.4
95.1
114.0
135.0
174.2
133.3
109.8

126.6
111.0
88.5
90.8
111.4
116.6
71.5
71.0
116.1
91.0
107.6
127.2
153.1
117.7
108.8

125.4
110.8
87.6
90.8
111.4
118.6
68.4
67.9
115.1
92.0
108.7
124.3
142.2
107.9
109.7

-1 .5
3.2
-.3
-7 .6
2.1
6.4
-.4
-.4
.1
11.8
13.8
-6 .0
-1 8 .6
-3 .0
4.9

-.9
-.2
-1 .0
0
0
1.7
-4 .3
-4 .4
-.9
1.1
1.0
-2 .3
-7.1
-8 .3
.8

2869-6

1 2 /8 2

116.0

102.9

105.4

2.7

2.4

286 9-69 9
2869-7
2869-721
2 869-722
286 9-73 6
2 869-738
2 869-747
2869-754

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

110.9
114.4
174.1
95.6
296.5
124.8
106.8
95.2

111.0
115.3

2.4
4.1

.3
-.5

(3)
(3)
(3)
109.7
106.2
97.4

111.3
114.7
175.2
106.3
299.4
102.5
106.2
97.7

(3)
8.9
(3)
-2 7 .9
5.6
8.1

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

2869-799
2869-SM
2869-M
2 86 9-Z89
2869-S

1 2 /8 2

105.8

104.4

103.5

-1 .5

-.9

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

175.6
178.6
157.6

160.6
163.4
151.7

147.1
149.6
149.9

-2 5 .6
-2 5 .6
-4 .3

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

2865
2865-P
2865-1
286 5-19 9
2865-19 9 15
2 86 5-19 9 99
2865-2
2865-299
2865-3
2865-31111
2 86 5-31 1 99
2865-SM
2865-M
286 5-Z 89
2865-S
2 82 1 -S
2869-S
2869

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
109.8
114.7

64

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

87.6

3.2
2.2
.3
2.6

-.3
(3)
(3)

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

O ct.
1 98 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

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

156.8
125.2
172.7

142.3
114.6
174.8

133.0
117.3
176.0

-2 6 .0
-1 .2
11.2

-6 .5
2.4
.7

1 2 /8 4

109.8

106.1

104.3

-3 .4

-1 .7

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

121.4
113.1
117.5
120.9
104.7
118.9
104.8
117.2
124.7
115.7
115.7
95.6
99.8

108.3
99.0
103.3
100.8
83.5
94.8
100.1
101.9
105.6
103.0
103.0
81.4
99.8

106.4
96.4
101.3
102.8
85.3
96.8
101.9
99.3
102.5
98.9
98.9
75.6
117.7

-1 3 .4
-1 4 .6
-1 1 .5
-1 .6
-6 .5
-6 .5
15.3
-1 6 .4
-1 5 .6
-15.1
-15.1
-2 9 .3
17.6

-1 .8
-2 .6
-1 .9
2.0
2.2
2.1
1.8
-2 .6
-2 .9
-4 .0
-4 .0
-7.1
17.9

1 2 /7 9

164.4

162.5

162.4

-5 .4

-.1

2874-P
2874-2
2874-2A
2874-241
2 874-2B
2874-251

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

125.6
122.8
112.1
114.8
113.2
111.3
112.1

119.1
117.1
106.1
105.5
104.1
106.2
107.0

114.1
112.9
101.4
94.2
92.9
103.6
104.4

-1 0 .6
-9 .0
-1 3 .4
-2 3 .3
-2 3 .3
-10.1
-10.1

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

2874-4

1 2 /7 9

129.3

126.6

126.6

-5 .5

0

2875-P

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

127.9
126.5

126.1
124.7

123.7
122.4

-1 .6
-.6

-1 .9
-1 .8

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

112.4
112.7
113.3
109.0

110.8
108.7
113.8
109.0

108.7
106.9
111.7
106.4

-.5
-1 .7
0
1.5

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

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

130.3
130.0
144.1

132.2
132.0
123.2

129.0
128.7
123.2

-3 .2
-3 .2
-1 2 .6

-2 .4
-2 .5
0

2879-P

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

111.6
113.4

112.4
114.3

112.4
114.5

5.9
7.5

0
.2

2879-5
2879-525
2879-52531
2879-52541
2879-52561

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

120.8
118.8
123.1
123.4
109.2

123.2
121.2
127.2
123.8
110.7

123.2
121.2
127.2
123.8
110.1

3.9
3.5
5.6
1.1
5.5

0
0
0
0
-.5

2879-6
2879-625
2879-62561
287 9-62 5 65
2 87 9-62 5 79

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

110.7
112.3
111.1
125.9
94.5

110.3
111.9
112.5
126.1
91.4

110.7
112.3
112.5
126.8
91.8

10.8
11.0
4.5
15.7
6.0

.4
.4
0
.6
.4

2879-7
287 9-72 5

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

98.4
104.1

99.5
105.4

99.8
105.7

4.6
3.8

.3
.3

2879-8
2 87 9-83 2

0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

119.4
117.5

119.5
119.1

119.4
118.3

7.5
1.3

-.1
-.7

2 87 9-89 8
2879-9
2879-91

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

114.3
107.4
107.2

114.3
111.2
110.3

114.3
111.2
110.3

9.8
6.0
6.9

0
0
0

2879-998
2 879-SM
2879-M
2879-Z 89
2879-S

Industrial o rg an ic ch em icals, n.e.c.— C o ntinued
P lastic m a terials and re s in s ....................................................................................
C yclic cru d es and interm ed ia tes, org an ic dyes and pigm en ts .................
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

Sep.
1 98 9 2

0 6 /8 2

109.3

117.7

117.7

8.0

0

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

116.5
117.3
99.6

(3)
(3)
99.6

116.7

.2

(3)
99.5

(3)
2.1

(3)
(3)
-.1

1 2 /8 4

114.3

115.0

114.9

4.5

-.1

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

120.9
121.6

120.0
120.2

120.0
120.2

4.6
4.2

0
0

2 8 2 1 -S
2865-S
2869-SS S

A g ricultu ra l c h e m ic a ls ...............................................................................................................

287

N itrog en o us f e r tiliz e rs ...............................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
S ynth etic am m onia, n itric acid and a m m o nium c o m p o u n d s .........................
N itrate (1 0 0% N H 4 N 0 3 ) ..........................................................................................
N itrate fo r fe rtilize r use
S olid n itrate .............
Explosive nitrate and oth e r uses .....................................................................
N itrogen solutions and oth e r am m onium c o m p o u n d s .................................
N itrog en solutions, including m ixtures co nta ining urea ( 1 0 0 % N )........
A nh yd rou s and aqua a m m o n ia .............................................................................
A nh yd rou s a m m o n ia .............................................................................................
U r e a .....................................................................................................................................
Fertilize r m aterial o f org an ic o r ig in ...........................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2873

P ho sp ha tic fe r tiliz e rs ..................................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
S u p e rph o sph a te and o th e r p ho sph a tic fe rtilize r m a terials .............................
S u p e rp h o s p h a te ..........................................................................................................
T riple su pe rp ho sp ha tes (42% P 2 0 5 and a b o v e ).......................................
A m m onium p ho sph a te s and o th e r p ho sphatic fertilize r m aterials ..........
A m m o n ium p h o s p h a te s .......................................................................................
M ixed fertilize rs (pro du ce d fro m one or m ore m a terials m ade in the
sam e plant) ..............................................................................................................

2874

Fertilizers, m ixing o n l y ..............................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................
M ixed fertilize rs (m ade by plan ts w hich do n ot m a n ufa ctu re p ho sph a tic
fertilize r m a te r ia ls )..................................................................................................
Solid, bulk .....................................................................................................................
S olid, b a g g e d ...............................................................................................................
F lu id .................................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

2875

A gricultural chem icals, n .e .c............... ....................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Insecticidal p reparations prim arily for agricultural, garden or health
service u s e ...............................................................................................................
C ontaining organic co m pounds ............................................................................
C arbam ate p re p a ra tio n s ......................................................................................
O rg an o-phosphate p re p a ra tio n s .......................................................................
B iological preparations ........................................................................................
Herbicidal praparations prim arily for agricultural, garden o r health
service u s e ...............................................................................................................
C ontaining organic co m pounds ............................................................................
U rea p re p a ra tio n s ...................................................................................................
Triazine pre pa ra tion s ............................................................................................
O the r org an ic p re p a ra tio n s ................................................................................
F ungicidal pre pa ra tion s prim arily fo r agricultural, garden o r health
service u s e ...............................................................................................................
C ontaining org an ic co m p ou nd s ............................................................................
O the r p esticidal p re pa ra tion s prim arily fo r a gricultural, garden or
health service u s e ..................................................................................................
R o d e n tic id e s .......................... ......................................................................................
A ll o th e r p esticidal p re pa ra tion s prim arily fo r agricultural, garden
or health service u s e ............................................................... ........................
H ousehold p esticidal p re p a ra tio n s ........................................................ ..................
Inse cticid es fo r craw ling insects, e xcep t fu m ig a n ts ......................................
O the r household pesticidal preparations, including industrial
e x te rm in a n ts .........................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts ......................................................................................................

2879

M iscellaneous chem ical p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................

289

A dhesives and s e a la n ts ........................ ..................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

2891

2873-P
2873-1
2 8 7 3-1 A
2 8 7 3 -1 5A
2873-152
2873-153
2 8 7 3 -1 B
2 87 3-15 5
2 873-13
2873-131
2 873-2
2873-3
2 873-S M
2 873-S

2875-4
2875-411
2875-421
2875-431
2875-SM
2875-M
2 875-Z 89
2875-S

2 89 1 -P

See footnotes at end of table.




65

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

A dh e sives and se a la n ts— C o ntinued
Natural base g lues and a d h e s iv e s ...........................................................................
V e g e ta b le a d h e s iv e s .................................................................................................
D extrin es ...................................................................................................................
O th e r natural base glue s and a dh esives, fro m natural gum s, shellac,
silicate, lacquers, e tc ..........................................................................................
S yn th e tic resin and ru b be r a dhesives, including all type s o f b onding
and lam inating a d h e s iv e s ....................................................................................
E poxy a d h e s iv e s .........................................................................................................
V inyl type a d h e s iv e s ..................................................................................................
P olyvinyl a ceta te , la tex type ..............................................................................
A crylic a d h e s iv e s ........................................................................................................
P olyeste r a d h e s iv e s ...................................................................................................
H ot m elt adhesives, inclu din g nylon, polyo le fin , and o th e r h ot m e lts ....
R ubber and syn th e tic resin c o m b in a tio n s ........................................................
R u bb e r ce m e nt, fo r sale as s u c h .........................................................................
L atex t y p e ..................................................................................................................
S o lve n t t y p e .............................................................................................................
C aulking co m p ou nd s and s e a la n ts ..........................................................................
N atural b a s e .................................................................................................................
S ynth etic b a s e .............................................................................................................
G eneral p e rfo rm an ce se ala n ts (PVAC, butyl, vinyl, acrylic,
n eoprene, e tc.) ...............................................................................................
Special p erform ance se ala n ts (epoxy, urethane, polysulfide,
silicone, e tc . ) ....................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r se condary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
C hem icals and chem ical preparations, n .e .c.....................................................

O ct.
1 98 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2891-3
2891-35
2891-351

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

122.0
111.4
112.4

121.1
111.8
112.4

121.1
111.8
112.4

1.3
1.1
.5

0
0
0

2891-398

1 2 /8 3

107.0

107.0

107.0

2.0

0

2 891-4
2891-411
2 89 1-44
2891-441
2 891-453
289 1-45 5
289 1-46 5
2 891-478
2891-48
2891-481
2891-483
2891-5
2891-55
2 891-56

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

123.8
128.6
121.0
131.2
116.8
117.7
119.5
112.3
120.6
110.9
125.9
114.4
124.5
113.7

122.0
129.5
121.3
131.6
116.8
117.8
120.2
112.6
122.2
111.1
128.1
114.0
123.6
113.3

122.0
131.7
121.3
131.6
116.8
117.8
120.7
112.6
122.2
111.1
128.1
114.0
123.6
113.3

4.2
8.2
7.3
11.0
11.9
1.2
5.8
4.1
4.9
4.1
5.2
5.3
4.0
5.4

0
1.7
0
0
0
0
.4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2891-566

107.4

8.5

0

118.7

118.7

4.6

0

1 2 /8 3
0 2 /8 4

115.7
126.2

115.1
129.0

116.0
129.0

3.9
10.3

.8
0

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

159.9
144.3

162.2
143.6

162.9
143.4

8.5
5.6

.4
-.1

2892-1
2892-11
2892-117
2892-118
2892-121
2892-127
2892-133
2892-136
2892-15

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

145.2
138.0
147.2

144.6
136.9
143.5

144.4
136.6
142.4

5.6
10.0

-.1
-.2
-.8

(3)
(3)
103.2

(3)
(3)
103.6

(3)
(3)
103.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
2.1

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0

102.3
138.0

102.4
138.0

102.4
138.0

2.4
-1.1

2892-155
2892-SM
2892-M
2892-XY 9

0 6 /8 8

89.8

89.8

89.8

-1 0 .2

0

1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 8

269.6
111.2

279.2
115.9

282.3
117.3

11.8
12.8

1.1
1.2

2892-Y66
2892-Z 89

0 6 /8 8
1 2 /8 0

111.2
267.1

115.9
267.1

117.3
267.1

12.8
5.4

1.2
0

2893-P
2893-2
2893-232
2893-239
2893-4
2893-481
2893-5

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

114.1
113.7
107.6
103.6
113.9
109.8
110.8
120.1

117.2
117.0
116.0
103.6
115.2
110.1
111.2
121.0

117.4
117.3
115.9
103.6
114.8
111.7
112.7
121.0

5.2
5.7
10.1
.9
2.4
2.9
2.8
7.2

.2
.3
-.1
0
-.3
1.5
1.3
0

2893

2895

Chem icals and ch em ical p reparations, n .e .c.....................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Salt, e vaporated and s o la r ..........................................................................................
Evaporated s a l t ...........................................................................................................
E ssential oils, fire w o rks and p yrotechnics, sizes, and chem ical
preparations, n .e .c...................................................................................................
Essential oils, u nblended (natural) ......................................................................
F irew orks & p yrotechnics, incl. flares, je t fuel igniters, railroad
torpedoes, toy pistol c a p s ..............................................................................
A uto m o tive chem icals ..............................................................................................
O the r a uto m o tive ch em icals, including b attery acid, deicing fluid,
c a rbon rem oving s o lv e n ts ...........................................................................
D rilling mud m aterials, m ud thinners, thickeners, and p u r ifie r s ................
O il-trea ting co m p o u n d s (non-oil b a s e ) ...............................................................

107.4

119.6

2892-P

Carbon b lack ................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C arbon b la c k ....................................................................................................................
W e st south central region ......................................................................................

106.2

1 2 /8 3

2892

Printing ink ....................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
L ithographic and o ffs e t ink (black and c o lo r ) ......................................................
Publication ink .............................................................................................................
O the r lith og ra p hic and o ffs e t i n k ..........................................................................
F lexographic ink .............................................................................................................
Packaging ink ...............................................................................................................
P rinting ink, n .e.c..............................................................................................................

1 2 /8 3

2891-567
2891-SM
2 89 1 -S
2 89 1 -SSS
2899-S

E x p lo s iv e s .....................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Explosives, propellants, and blasting accesso rie s (not m anufactured in
G O C O s ).....................................................................................................................
Industrial e xplosives ..................................................................................................
A N FO , e xcep t slurry .............................................................................................
W a ter gel and slurries, excep t perm issible s lu r r ie s ...................................
N oncap sensitive ................................................................................................
O the r industrial e x p lo s iv e s ..................................................................................
P ro p e lla n ts ....................................................................................................................
P ro pellants ................................................................................................................
B lasting a c c e s s o rie s ..................................................................................................
O the r blasting accesso rie s (squibs, ignitors, fuse, non electric
blasting caps, n .e .c .) .....................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk and o th e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................
C o ntract w o rk p erform ed by g ove rn m e nt ow ned co m pany o perated
e sta b lish m e nts (G O CO s) ............................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................

2899

(3)
(3)
0
0
0

2895-P
2895-111
2895-11101

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

81.0
81.0

81.4
81.4

80.7
80.7

.7
.7

-.9
-.9

1 2 /8 3

75.6

75.9

75.2

.9

-.9

2899-P
2899-1
2899-121

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

111.5
111.9
100.0
99.3

112.1
112.5
99.7
99.3

111.9
112.3
100.4
99.8

4.0
3.0
1.1
1.5

-.2
-.2
.7
.5

2899-5
2899-51

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

115.2
141.2

116.1
141.2

115.8
144.0

3.9
1.8

-.3
2.0

2899-529
2899-53

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

111.2
139.1

111.2
(3)

111.2
134.2

.1
-4 .2

2899-537
2899-541
2899-556

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

107.7
117.8
116.9

(3)
117.8
121.2

108.7
117.8
120.9

8.7
1.6
10.9

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 9892

66

0
(3)
(3)
0
-.2

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

P roduct
co d e

Industry
co de

Index
b ase
June
1 9892

C h em ica ls and ch em ical p re parations, n.e.c.— C ontinued
M etal-tre atin g co m p o u n d s (non-oil base) fo r nitriding, pickling,
drawing, and cutting ......................................................................... ...............
W a ter-tre atin g co m p ou nd s .....................................................................................
B oiler co m p ou nd s ..................................................................................................
P lating co m p ou nd s ....................................................................................................
O th e r industrial chem ical specialties, including flu xes and p lastic
w o od p re p a ra tio n s .............................................................................................
S e co n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ................................................................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
S oaps and o th e r dete rg en ts, e xcep t sp ecia lty c le a n e r s .............................
O th e r se con da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................

Sep.
19892

O ct.
1 9892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

289 9-55 9
2 899-57
289 9-57 7
2899-591

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

106.4
106.9
112.5
128.8

(3)
107.2
113.1
129.0

106.4
107.6
114.0
129.0

-0 .5
2.2
4.2
6.5

(3)
0.4
.8
0

289 9-59 8
2899-SM
2899-M
2 89 9-Z 89
2899-S
2 8 4 1 -S
2899-SS S

0 6 /8 5

108.1

110.1

110.9

8.4

.7

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

136.3
105.0
100.4
104.8

136.3
105.6
105.7
104.6

136.3
105.2
103.2
104.9

33.8
1.8
11.4
1.6

0
-.4
-2 .4
.3

1 2 /8 4

80.4

75.6

77.3

19.8

2.2

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

78.7
78.3
78.6
84.8
84.9
89.2
89.0
98.4
89.6
89.6
91.2
82.0
81.9
83.7
69.4
67.3
70.0
63.0
67.6
67.6
67.1
67.7
67.1
68.6

73.4
73.3
73.3
73.6
73.6
76.8
76.6
82.9
79.4
79.5
79.8
70.5
70.4
71.0
72.3
65.9
73.9
70.2
75.1
75.1
75.8
74.5
75.0
73.8

75.3
75.1
75.3
74.0
74.0
77.0
76.8
85.7
79.7
79.7
80.1
70.9
70.9
73.7
75.8
66.1
78.3
73.9
81.1
81.1
80.1
81.9
80.4
84.4

21.5
20.7
24.9
16.4
16.4
18.8
18.9
18.4
12.1
12.1
11.7
17.6
17.6
20.4
28.5
9.3
33.8
41.3
51.3
51.3
49.4
53.7
52.3
56.0

2.6
2.5
2.7
.5
.5
.3
.3
3.4
.4
.3
.4
.6
.7
3.8
4.8
.3
6.0
5.3
8.0
8.0
5.7
9.9
7.2
14.4

291 1-41 5
2911-5
2911-51
2911-511
2911-512
2911-52
2911-521
2911-11
2911-7
2911-721
2911-9
2911-921

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

70.4
68.1
65.4
69.1
61.1
70.8
58.6
78.3

76.2
62.3
59.9
63.6
55.7
64.7
58.4
74.9

80.1
64.1
62.3
65.6
58.5
65.6
63.7
75.8

41.8
24.5
37.8
50.8
26.3
11.0
14.8
.5

5.1
2.9
4.0
3.1
5.0
1.4
9.1
1.2

0 6 /8 5

96.9

97.3

97.4

4.3

.1

0 6 /8 5

56.7

58.1

57.3

2.0

-1 .4

2 9 1 1-A
2911-A1
2 9 1 1-A12
2 9 1 1-A1201
2911-A2
2911-A3
2 9 1 1-A32
2 9 1 1-D
2 9 1 1-D21
2911-D 5
2 9 1 1-D52
2 9 1 1-D53

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

109.8
118.5
133.0
134.5

105.6
112.0
114.4
118.0

107.6
115.2
107.1
111.2

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

1.9
2.9
-6 .4
-5 .8

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

206.1
87.1
41.4
93.8
80.2
82.7

180.4
74.6
39.8
75.1
67.3
67.7

167.7
78.4
39.8
79.8
71.3
77.5

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

-7 .0
5.1
0
6.3
5.9
14.5

P etro le um refin ing and related p ro d u c ts ............................................................................

29

P etroleum Refining ....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Fuels ...................................................................................................................................
G a s o lin e .........................................................................................................................
Finished m o to r g asoline ......................................................................................
Leaded r e g u la r ....................................................................................................
S ales to jobb e rs, re tailers and o th e r re s e lle r s ....................................
D irect sales to end u s e r s ............................................................................
P rem ium g r a d e s ..................................................................................................
S ales to jobb e rs, re tailers and o th e r r e s e lle r s ....................................
D irect sa les to end u s e r s ............................................................................
U nleaded regular ...............................................................................................
S ales to jobbers, re tailers and o th e r r e s e lle r s ....................................
D irect sales to end u s e r s ............................................................................
Je t fuel ...........................................................................................................................
N aph tha type je t fuel ............................................................................................
K erose ne type je t fuel ..........................................................................................
K erose ne ..
Light fuel oil
D istillates
# 2 fuel oil to jobb e rs, retailers and o th e r re se lle rs ..............................
# 2 diesel fuel ......................................................................................................
S ales to jobbers, retailers and o th e r r e s e lle r s ....................................
D irect sales to end u s e r s ............................................................................
O th e r distilla tes, n.e.c., including # 1, # 2 fuel d ire ct sales,
and o th e r d is tilla te s ...................................................................................
Heavy fuel oil (residual f u e l) ...................................................................................
> 1 % s u lf u r .............................................................................................................
S ales to resellers, including o th e r re fin e r s ...............................................
D irect sales to end users ...............................................................................
N ot > 1% sulfur ....................................................................................................
S ales to resellers, including oth e r re fin e r s ...............................................
N on-fuel p roducts of petroleum refining ...............................................................
Lubricating oils and greases, m ade in refineries .......................................
Lubricating and sim ilar o i l s .............................................................................
A sphalt, m ade in refineries ................................................................................
Paving grade .......................................................................................................
Liquified refinery gases, including a liphatics (fe ed stock and oth e r
uses), m ade in re fin e rie s .............................................................................
P ro pa ne /prop yle ne
P ropylene .............
C hem ical grade ..
B u ta n e /b u ty le n e ....
E th a n e /e th y le n e .................................................................................................
E th y le n e .............................................................................................................
M iscellaneous petroleum refinery products, n .e .c.......................................
P etroleum coke, m ade in refineries ............................................................
Arom atics, m ade in refineries .......................................................................
Benzene ............................................................................................................
T o lu e n e ..............................................................................................................

2911

Paving and roofing m a te r ia ls ..................................................................................................

295

1 2 /8 4

93.6

93.3

93.4

-1 .3

.1

Paving m ixtures and b lo c k ......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
E m ulsified asphalt, including liquid additives ...................................................
O ther liquid a sphalt & tar paving m aterials, including cut b a c k s .............
A sph a ltic (bitum inous) co ncrete ...............................................................................
O ther paving m ixtures and blocks, including liquid a d d itiv e s ........................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S econdary p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

2951

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1

101.5
102.2
89.3
80.8
108.9
78.2

101.2
101.8
89.7
78.7
108.5
75.9

100.9
101.6
89.4
78.3
108.2
75.9

-1 .8
-1 .6
-6 .5
-4 .0
-.8
(3)

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

0 6 /8 1

116.6

117.4

117.2

-2.1

-.2

A sph a lt fe lts and co atin gs ......................................................................................................

2952

0 6 /8 4

97.9

97.7

98.2

-.4

.5

2 9 1 1-P
2911-1
2911-1
2911-13
2 91 1-13 2
2911-1321
2911-13 2 2
2 911-133
2911-1331
291 1-13 3 2
2 911-134
2911-1341
2911-13 4 2
2911-2
2911-211
2 911-213
2911-3
2911-4
2911-41
2911-411
2 911-413
2911-4131
2911-41 3 2

2951 -P
2951-111
2951-112
2951-113
295 1-11 4
2 9 5 1 -SM
2951-S

See footnotes at end of table.




67

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
b ase
June
1 9892

A sp h a lt fe lts and c o a tin g s— C o ntinued
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A sp h a lt and ta r sa tu ra ted fe lts and boards, n o n -b u ild in g ...............................
A sp h a lt and ta r pro du cts; e xce p t felts, coatin gs, and ce m e nts;
n on -b uilding ..........................................................................................................
R oofin g a sph alts and p itches, coatin gs, and ce m e n ts ....................................
F ibrated a sph altic ro o fing co a tin g s .....................................................................
N o nfib ra ted a sph altic ro o fing co a tin g s ..............................................................
A sph a ltic roofing c e m e n ts ......................................................................................
O the r roofing a sph alts and pitches, coatings, and c e m e n ts .....................
Prepared a sph alt and ta r roofing and siding p ro d u c ts .....................................
S m ooth surface roll roofing including talc, mica, and o th e r fine
m a te ria ls .................................................................................................................
S m o oth a sph alt roll roofing, o rganic b a s e ....................................................
S elf-sealing strip shingles; 244lbs. o r less, o rganic base ...........................
S elf sealing and regular strip a sph alt shingles, fib ergla ss b a s e ..............
S a tu ra te d fe lts fo r built-up ro o fing s y s t e m s .....................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

O ct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

2952-P
2952-1

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

97.8
113.0

97.4
113.0

97.9
113.0

-1 .2
0

0.5
0

2952-131
2952-2
2952-251
2952-255
2952-261
2952-298
2952-3

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

113.0
88.3
108.6
100.1
102.6
90.7
98.8

113.0
87.4
108.5
99.9
104.5
92.9
98.6

113.0
87.4
108.3
99.9
104.2
95.4
99.3

0
-1.1
.4
1.8
1.6
5.0
-1 .3

0
0
-.2
0
-.3
2.7
.7

2952-311
2952-31101
2952-314
2 95 2-32 5
2952-353
2952-SM
2 952-S

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

111.4
115.8
103.1
84.1
99.2

111.7
116.3
102.2
85.2

112.0
116.7
103.4
85.1

8.8
13.3
-2 .2
-5 .8

.3
.3
1.2
-.1

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)
.3

10.3

-.5

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

127.5
126.9
128.7
135.2
145.9
112.2
171.8
127.5
110.1
123.7
108.8
112.6
111.9
112.9
104.4
115.5
103.7
123.8
101.8

127.8
128.0
129.8
135.1
146.0
112.2
172.2
127.3
109.2
123.7
108.8
115.2
112.8
112.8

3.3
3.8
3.6
3.1
6.6
6.5
7.2
.6
-1 .9
6.9
6.9
4.3
3.1
3.5
3.4
5.3
4.7
6.1
-1 .4

.1
.1
.1
0
0
.0
0
0
0
0
0
.3
.5
.4

(3)
116.3
105.1
124.1
101.8

127.9
128.1
129.9
135.1
146.0
112.2
172.2
127.3
109.2
123.7
108.8
115.5
113.4
113.2
105.8
116.4
105.1
124.4
101.8

1 2 /8 0

145.3

133.5

133.9

-1 .6

.3

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

115.4
115.4
122.2

138.9
138.9
148.3

135.0
135.0
144.1

53.8
53.8
57.3

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

1 2 /8 4

110.4

110.2

110.2

1.7

0

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

103.5
99.4
95.9
97.3
97.1
99.3
103.2
99.2
84.5
94.7
79.2
100.3
107.7
90.2
115.8

103.0
98.8
96.3
97.9
98.0
100.8
103.4
95.9
81.2
88.0
80.4
98.7
108.2
85.2
115.9

102.9
98.7
96.3
97.9
98.0
100.8
103.5
95.7
80.9
87.5
80.4
98.7
108.2
85.2
115.9

2.8
2.7
3.9
3.9
4.0
6.4

(3)
(3)
(3)
3.0
5.4
-1 .0
.8

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

3 01 1-31 6

0 6 /8 1

117.3

117.3

117.3

(3)

0

3011-317
3011-333
3011-4
3011-423
3011-5
3011-511
3011-539

0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
06 /8 1
0 6/8 1
06/8 1
0 6/8 1

124.4
100.7
112.5
106.9
113.0
106.1
133.3

126.4
100.7
113.7
108.8
114.0
107.6
133.3

126.4
100.7

0
0

(3)
(3)
113.4
106.6
133.5

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
2.6
2.0
3.8

(3)
(3)
-.5
-.9
.2

3021-P
3021-1
3021-1A

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

121.3
126.8
136.4
111.4

121.3
126.8
136.6
111.7

121.3
126.8
136.6
111.7

4.7
4.0
5.1
3.5

0
0
0
0

3011

R ubber and p lastic fo o tw e a r ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
R ubber, plastic, and o th e r p ro te ctive fo o tw e a r ...................................................
R ubber u p p e r s .............................................................................................................

3.6

117.3

30

Tires and in ne r tu b e s ................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P asse n ge r ca r p n e um atic t ir e s ..................................................................................
R adials ...........................................................................................................................
H ighw ay stan d ard s e r v ic e ...................................................................................
15 inch Rim diam ete r. O riginal e q u ip m e nt o r re p la ce m e n t ...............
A ll season. O rig in al e q u ip m e n t or r e p la c e m e n t.........................................
T ru c k /b u s tires, including o ff h ig h w a y ....................................................................
R adials ...........................................................................................................................
Light highw ay truck. O riginal e qu ip m e nt o r re p la c e m e n t........................
M e d iu m /h e a v y highw ay truck. O riginal e q u ip m e nt o r re p la ce m e n t ....
N o n -ra d ia ls ....................................................................................................................
Light highw ay truck. O riginal e q u ip m e n t or re p la c e m e n t........................
M e d iu m /h e a v y h ighw ay tru ck. O riginal e qu ip m e nt o r re p la ce m e n t ....
O th e r p n e um atic and all solid t ir e s ..........................................................................
Industrial, u tility and garde n tra c to r tires. O riginal e q u ip m e nt or
re p la c e m e n t..........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r pneum atic, including bicycle. O riginal e q u ip m e nt or
re p la c e m e n t..........................................................................................................
Industrial and highw ay - s o lid ................................................................................
Inner t u b e s ........................................................................................................................
T ru c k /b u s , incl. o ff h ig h w a y ...................................................................................
Tread rubber, tire sundries, and repair m a te r ia ls ...............................................
T read r u b b e r .................................................................................................................
O the r tire sundries and repair m aterials, n .e .c.................................................

99.5

117.9

2999

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

99.2

113.6

2992

P etroleum and coal products, n .e .c......................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ......................... .......................................................................................
C a lcin ed p e tro le um co ke (not m ade in re fin e rie s ).............................................

98.3

1 2 /8 4

299

Lubricating oils and g re a s e s ...................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Lubricating and sim ilar o ils ....................... ..................................................................
A u to m o tiv e ....................................................................................................................
C om m ercial ...............................................................................................................
C om m ercial m o tor o i l ........................................................................................
O the r co m m e rcia l o i l ....... .................................................................................
R e ta il...........................................................................................................................
R etail m o tor o i l ....................................................................................................
F a cto ry f i l l ..................................................................................................................
O the r facto ry fill o i l ............................................................................................
In d u s tr ia l.........................................................................................................................
G eneral industrial o i l .............................................................................................
Industrial m etalw orking o i l ...................................................................................
Industrial engine o i l ....... ........................................................................................
L ubricating g r e a s e s ........................................................................................................
A uto m o tive g r e a s e s ...................................................................................................
Industrial g re a s e ..........................................................................................................
O the r g re a s e s ...............................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

0 6 /8 4

3 0 1 1-P
3011-1
3 011-112
3011-1121
3 01 1-11 2 13
301 1-11 2 22
3011-2
3 011-212
3011-21211
3011-21221
3 01 1-21 5
3011-21511
3011-21521
3011-3

M iscellan eo u s p ro du cts o f p e tro le um and c o a l ..............................................................

3021

2992-P
2992-1
2992-111
2992-1111
2992-11111
2992-11112
2992-1112
2992-11121
2992-1113
2992-11132
2992-121
2992-12111
2992-12113
2992-12114
2992-2
2992-231
2992-232
2992-234
2992-SM
2992-S

2999-P
2999-2

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
19892

68

(3)
1.4

(3)
.1
0
.2
0

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
c o de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

R u bb e r and plastic fo o tw e a r— C ontinued
Lum berm an, pacs, rubbers, and o th e r fo o tw e a r having rubber
u p p e r s ................................................................................................................
P lastic u p p e r s ..............................................................................................................
N o n-prote ctive fo o tw e a r ce m e nte d, vulcanized, in je ction m olded, etc. to
fab ric u p p e r ..............................................................................................................
Injectio n m olded or o th e r p ro cesse s p erfo rm ed ............................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

3021-142
3 02 1 -1B

3079

115.5
107.2

5.1
7.1

0
0

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

108.8
112.8

108.8
112.8

108.8
112.8

3.7
4.5

0
0

3069

M iscellan eo u s plastic p ro du cts ............................................................................................

115.5
107.2

3061

Fa bricate d rubber p roducts, n .e .c..........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Industrial products, n .e .c...............................................................................................
R oll covering, including all industry rolls ..........................................................
All o th e r roll coverings, including graphic a r t s ...........................................
O the r industrial rubber p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................
R u bb e r co ate d fa b rics and rubber clo thin g .........................................................
R ubber coated fa b r ic s ..............................................................................................
R ubber c lo th in g ..........................................................................................................
O the r rubber clothing including bath and sh ow e r c a p s .........................
O th e r rubber g o o d s ......................................................................................................
Hard rubber g o o d s ....................................................................................................
O the r hard rubber g oo ds ...................................................................................
B oats, p on too ns, and life r a f t s ..................................................... ........................
O th e r rubber g o o d s ..................................................................................................
S ponge and foa m rubber ...........................................................................................
C hem ica lly blow n s p o n g e ......................................................................................
A uto m o tive, clo sed cell ......................................................................................
Ru bb e r flo o r and w all co vering s .............................................................................
Individual m a ts ...........................................................................................................
A uto m o tive ..............................................................................................................
R ubber d ruggist and m edical sundries including h ou seh o ld g love s .........
G lo ves ...........................................................................................................................
S u r g ic a l.....................................................................................................................
O the r rub be r d ruggist and m edical s u n d rie s ...................................................
R eclaim ed r u b b e r ..........................................................................................................
G round vulcan ize d rubber .....................................................................................
C o m p ou n ds or m ixtures fo r sale or in terpla n t t r a n s f e r ...................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................
O th e r se con da ry p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................

115.5
107.2

3041

M olded, extruded and lathe cut m echanical rubber g o o d s ........................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................
M olded rubber m echanical g o o d s ............................................................................
A u to m o tiv e ...................................................................................................... .............
T ra n spo rta tion , o th e r than a u to m o tiv e ...............................................................
A ppliances, h ou sehold and c o m m e rc ia l............................................................
O the r m olded g oo ds ................................................................................................
Extruded rubber m e chanical g o o d s ........................................................................
O the r t u b in g .................................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ..................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

3021-3
3021-303
3 02 1 -SM
3 02 1 -S

R u bb e r and p lastics hose and belting ...............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Ru bb e r and p lastics belts and belting, f l a t ...........................................................
Light w e ig ht co n ve yo r and e le v a t o r ....................................................................
H eavy duty co n ve yo r and e le v a to r ......................................................................
R u bb e r and p lastics transm issio n belts and belting, o th e r than f l a t ..........
Industrial, e xce p t fra c tio n a l.....................................................................................
Ru bb e r hose, m andrel m ade, and all hydraulic .................................................
Textile, h y d r a u lic ........................................................................................................
Textile, n o n h y d ra u lic ..................................................................................................
W ire, h y d r a u lic .......................... ..................................................................................
W ire, nonhydraulic .....................................................................................................
Rubber hose, long length nonhydraulic, excep t garden .................................
T e x tile ................................... ........................................................................................
A ll o th e r rubber and p lastics h o s e ...........................................................................
W rap p ed r e in fo rc e d ...................................................................................................
B raided o r loom ed, h elical re in fo rc e d ................................................................
All oth e r rubber hose ...............................................................................................
All oth e r p lastics hose .............................................................................................
Nonhydraulic ............................................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts ................................................................................................
R esales .........................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3 0 4 1 -P
3041-1
3041-103
3041-105
3041-2
3041-231
3041-3
3 041-312
3 041-314
3 041-316
3041-318
3041-4
3041-451
3041-6
3041-63
3041-663
3041-674
3041-68
3041-684
3 04 1 -SM
3 04 1 -M
3 04 1 -Z89
3 04 1 -S

3 06 1 -P
3 06 1 -A
3 06 1 -A11
3 06 1 -A 1 2
3 06 1 -A 1 3
3 06 1 -A 1 6
3 0 6 1 -B
3 061-B 14
3 0 6 1 -SM
3 0 6 1 -S

3069-P
3 069-C
3069-C 12
3 069-C 1203
3069-C 39
3069-D
3069-D A
3 069-D B
3 069-D 56
3069-E
3069-E A
3069-E 19
3069-E 22
3069-E 28
3069-3
3069-3B
3069-377
3069-4
306 9-4A
3069-423
3 069-7
3 069-7A
3069-761
3 06 9-77 8
3069-8
3069-813
3069-9
3 069-SM
3069-S
3 069-SS S

____________ __

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 9892

69

1 2 /8 0

100.2

100.2

100.2

12.1

0

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

117.8
119.8
118.1
129.8
111.8
115.3
109.8
115.4
136.9
125.6
113.2
77.3
128.3
130.2
122.7
129.0
89.9
117.5
148.3
154.8

119.2
121.1
119.6
135.9
111.8
120.1
113.8
116.8
142.6
126.9
113.5
78.6
116.7
118.4
126.7
132.3
102.1
120.1
149.9
157.4

121.5
123.9
123.3
135.2
117.2
119.1
113.8
117.1

8.4
9.0
10.5
15.1
9.2
6.9
8.2
5.8

1.9
2.3
3.1
-.5
4.8
-.8
0
.3

(3)
127.4
113.5
80.0
131.6
133.5
126.7
131.5
103.9
120.1
149.9
157.4

(3)
2.0
7.5
7.4
19.2
19.2
7.8
6.2
17.5
6.5
3.2
3.1

(3)
.4
0
1.8
12.8
12.8
0
-.6
1.8
0
0
0

1 1 /8 4
1 1 /8 4
12/81

97.1
97.1
114.8

100.0
100.0
115.0

100.7
100.7
115.1

8.3
8.3
3.1

.7
.7
.1

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

103.4
103.9
104.8
87.7
117.5
107.4
127.9
111.6
129.6

103.9
104.4
105.4
88.0
115.0
107.4
130.0
111.6
129.6

104.2
104.8
105.4
88.1
115.0
107.4
129.9
111.6
129.6

(3)
(3)
4.7
-1 .5
3.5
1.1
13.1
.5

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

0 6 /8 3

113.4

114.7

114.8

1.7

.1

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 9 /8 5
0 6 /8 3

111.2
111.3
118.0
116.2
118.8
128.0
109.6
104.4
115.2
110.4
117.6

111.5
111.4
119.7
116.7
119.6
131.4
110.2
106.3
114.4
110.4
117.8

111.8
111.8
119.7
116.5
119.4
131.4
110.2
106.3
114.4
110.4
117.8

2.4
2.6
3.5
1.4
2.2
5.2
1.8
1.8
1.8
(3)
5.1

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

0 8 /8 6
0 4 /8 5
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

108.9
126.3
118.7
125.6
124.2
128.0
106.8
105.7
106.2
114.9

109.3
126.3
118.2
125.9

109.3
126.3
118.3
127.1
127.5

(3)
(3)
6.7
4.6
4.9

(3)
108.1
107.9
109.6
110.3

(3)
3.4
3.4

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

105.2
114.7
92.6
101.0
102.8

89.7
112.2
83.1
101.0
105.2

94.5
112.2
92.6
101.0
104.8

(3)
1.7

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

113.9
110.3

115.2
111.6

115.1
111.5

1.9
2.0

-.1
-.1

1 2 /8 2

118.1

117.7

117.6

.8

-.1

(3)
(3)
108.6
108.6
110.6
108.8

(3)

(3)
.4

(3)
(3)
(3)

0
0
.1
1.0
(3)
(3)
-.5
-.6
-.9
1.4
5.4
0
11.4
0
-.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
b ase
June
198 9 2

M isce lla n e o u s plastic p ro d u cts— C ontin u ed
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
P lastic film and sheet, u n s u p p o rte d ....................................................................
P a c k a g in g ..................................................................................................................
B uilding and c o n s tru c tio n ....................................................................................
O t h e r .................
P lastic piping ......
W a ter ................
P lastic b o t t le s .....
Plastic foam p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................
T ra n s p o rta tio n ..........................................................................................................
P a c k a g in g ..................................................................................................................
B uilding and c o n s tru c tio n ....................................................................................
Furniture and fu rn is h in g s .....................................................................................
C onsum er and institutional .................................................................................
M olded plastic products, n. e. c ...........................................................................
Injection m o ld e d .....................................................................................................
C o m p re s s io n /tra n s fe r m o ld e d ...........................................................................
C a s t .............................................................................................................................
O t h e r ...........................................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s non m o ld ed p lastic products, n. e. c ......................................
U nsupported rods, tubes, and o th e r s h a p e s ...............................................
Plastic shoe pro du cts ...........................................................................................
L a m in a te s ..................................................................................................................
O the r la m in a te s ...................................................................................................
E lectrical and e le c tr o n ic ......................................................................................
B uilding and c o n s tru c tio n ....................................................................................
O t h e r ....................................................................................... ...................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

O ct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 1 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

118.1
115.5
114.4
109.1
114.1
115.2
111.0
121.4
104.2
102.5
103.5
116.9
113.6
108.1
112.0
111.9
111.3
109.4
118.3
112.6
134.7
111.4
117.6
129.0
112.4
120.5
110.1

117.7
113.5
111.4
111.0
112.3
111.3
103.9
121.1
105.1
103.3
103.3

117.6
114.0
111.0
110.7
114.1
108.6

0.6
-1 .9
-7 .0
2.0
4.9
-13 .1

-0.1
.4
-.4
-.3
1.6
-2 .4

(3)
119.1
105.5

(3)
1.3
.3

(3)
-1 .7
.4

(3)
105.8
114.8

(3)
.5
-2 .5

(3)
2.4

(3)
116.5
109.0
112.1
111.9
112.6
109.4
117.9
112.5
134.6
112.7
117.7
129.6
112.5
121.7
109.6

(3)
109.0
111.9
111.7
112.1
109.4
118.2
112.6
134.6
112.7
117.7
129.6
112.1
122.6
109.5

(3)
-1 .6
1.7
1.4
2.0
.6
4.5
3.1
5.3
3.8
5.4
13.4
-.4
3.9
1.3

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

125.3
128.8
113.6

125.3
128.8
113.1

125.3
128.8
112.8

4.3
3.5
1.7

0
0
-.3

1 2 /8 4

3079-P
3079-2
3079-201
307 9-20 2
3 079-207
3079-4
3079-424
3079-5
3079-7
3079-741
3079-742
3079-744
3079-745
3079-746
3079-J
3079-J61
3079-J62
3079-J65
3079-J66
3079-K
3079-K81
3079-K88
3079-K91
3079-K 9102
3079-K93
3079-K94
3079-K99
3079-SM
3079-M
3079-Z 89
3079-S

Sep.
198 9 2

117.3

119.5

119.4

4.0

-.1

0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/81
0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

159.7
159.3
162.0
163.8
166.9

163.6
163.2
167.0
169.3

165.3
165.0
168.9
171.4

3.1
2.4
3.2
2.9

1.0
1.1
1.1
1.2

(3)
206.0
195.7
156.5
155.3
163.3
158.7
210.0

(3)
208.8
202.3
157.0
155.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
1.1
-1 .5

(3)
1.4
3.4

(3)
160.7
214.1

(3)
1.3
2.0

(3)
126.3

(3)
185.7
181.5
121.4
167.7
165.2
128.1

(3)
186.2
182.2
122.2
168.4
174.0
130.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
.2
.6

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

116.3
117.7
120.4
121.9
114.0

117.4
119.1
127.0
122.1
114.0

1 2 /8 4

104.6

L eather and le ath er p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................

31

L eather tanning and fin is h in g .................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ........................................ ........................................................................
Finished ca ttle and kip le a t h e r ..................................................................................
G rains, e xce p t o ffa l and w e ltin g le a th e r ............................................................
S ole le a th e r ...............................................................................................................
Bag, case, and strap le a t h e r .............................................................................
U p h o lste ry le a t h e r ..................................................................................................
U pper leather, including p a t e n t ........................................................................
D ress and casual shoe, including all p a t e n t ............................................
O the r upper le a t h e r ...........................................................................................
G arm e nt le ath er .....................................................................................................
O the r grains .............................................................................................................
Finished s p lits ...............................................................................................................
F inished sheep and la m b le a th e r .............................................................................
G arm e nt le a th e r ....................... ..................................................................................
O the r finished leather, n .e .c.........................................................................................
Rough, crust, and w e t blue not finished in the sam e e s ta b lis h m e n t.........
Rough, crust, and o th e r se m ifin ish ed le a t h e r .................................................
R e ceipts fo r co n tra c t tan n ing don e fo r o th e rs on th e ir m a terials ...............

3111

B o o t and sh oe cu t sto c k and fin d in g s ...............................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
O uter soles and in ne rso le s of le a th e r ....................................................................
O the r le ath er cut s t o c k .................................................................................................
N on-le ath er s tock and findings incl. h e e ls ............................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p ro du cts .......................................................................................................

3131

F ootw ear, excep t r u b b e r ..........................................................................................................

314

1 2 /8 4

House s lip p e r s ..............................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ouse slippers, excep t slip p er s o c k s .....................................................................
Leather house s lip p e r s .............................................................................................
M e n ’s ..........................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s ...................................................................................................................
H ouse slippers, excep t le ath er .............................................................................
W o m e n ’s ...................................................................................................................

3142
3142-P
3142-1
3142-111
3 142-11133
3142-11144
3142-122
3142-12244

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

M e n ’s fo o tw e a r ............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e n ’s le ather upper foo tw e ar ...................................................................................
M e n ’s le ath er u pper dress and casual shoes ................................................
M e n ’s le ather upper b oo ts .....................................................................................
M e n ’s le ath er upper w ork shoes o r b o o t s .......................................................

3143
3143-P
3143-1
3143-111
3143-112
3143-113

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

133.4
133.9
135.7
131.6
131.8
147.5

3111 -P
3111-1
3 1 1 1-1 A
311 1-11 5
3111-134
3111-135
3111-137
3111-13711
3111-13712
3111-142
3111-147
3111-1C
3111-3
3111-331
3111-4
3111-5
3111-513
3111-9

3131-P
3131-116
3131-131
3131-191
3131-SM
3131-S

See footnotes at end of table.




70

(3)
(3)
151.4
151.6
(3)
(3)
(3)
144.5
185.0
180.4

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

.3
.3

(3)

.3

(3)
4.5

.4
.7
.4
5.3
2.1

117.6
119.2
126.8
122.8
114.0

1.0
1.4
2.7
2.0
.7

.2
.1
-.2
.6
0

103.9

103.9

-1 .9

0

116.6

118.9

119.2

5.2

.3

124.0
125.5
125.8
146.6
140.4
163.2
116.1
116.7

128.0
129.1
129.5

4.0
3.7
3.7
8.9
9.2
8.8
.9
.7

-1.1
-1 .2
-1 .3

(3)
(3)
(3)
121.4
122.3

126.6
127.5
127.8
147.4
141.6
163.2
118.6
119.1

136.6
136.8
138.9
137.4
133.9
147.4

137.8
138.3
140.5
137.7
137.0
149.9

6.0
6.1
6.4
6.3
6.9
6.2

.9
1.1
1.2
.2
2.3
1.7

(3)
167.5

(3)
-8 .8

(3)
(3)
(3)
-2 .3
-2 .6

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
code

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

M e n ’s fo o tw e a r— C ontinued
M e n ’s p lastic upper fo o tw e a r ....................................................................................
M e n ’s p lastic u pper b o o t s ......................................................................................
M e n ’s o th e r u pper fo o tw e a r ......................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

3143-2
314 3-21 7
3143-3
3143-SM
314 3-Z 89
3143-S

Sep.
19892

Oct.
198 9 2

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

118.5
120.3
120.9

118.5
120.3
121.3

118.5
120.3
121.2

(3)
(3)
3.0

0
0
-.1

1 1 /8 3
1 2 /8 0

99.8
133.2

99.2
141.4

99.2
141.4

1.1
8.2

0
0

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

111.9
110.0
110.6
114.4
124.1
71.4
112.1
108.2
106.6
114.2
113.5
106.9

114.3
112.5
114.6
114.9
128.3

114.1
112.3
114.7
114.9
128.5

3.7
3.6
3.9
.8
7.3

-.2
-.2
.1
0
.2

(3)
112.1
108.0
106.6
111.7
116.2
114.5

(3)
112.1
107.2
104.6
111.7
116.2
114.5

(3)
-.1
3.0
-2 .2
6.6
4.0
7.2

0
-.7
-1 .9
0
0
0

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

121.0
148.9

123.7
149.8

123.7
150.3

1.6
6.6

0
.3

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 5 /8 0

134.8
134.9
143.0
140.2
117.3
125.2
138.7
143.8
127.3
140.5
142.6
132.5

134.9
135.2
143.0
140.2
117.3
125.2
139.6
145.1
127.3
141.1
143.3
132.5

135.1
135.3
143.0
140.2
117.3
125.2
139.9
145.5
127.3
142.1
144.6
132.5

6.5
8.0
10.2

.1
.1
0
.0
0
0
.2
.3
0
.7
.9
0

1 1 /8 5
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

109.7
138.0
113.5
134.6

(3)
138.0
113.4
134.6

109.7
138.0
113.4

1.4
3.5
4.9

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

111.3
115.4
117.3
111.7
111.7
128.2
128.2
128.2
114.9
119.7
106.6
109.4

112.0
116.5
117.3
111.7
111.7
128.2
128.2
(3)
116.2
119.5
114.3
109.4

112.0
116.5
117.3
111.7
111.7
128.2
128.2
128.2
116.2
119.5
114.3
109.4

(3)
(3)
4.0
6.1
0
1.7
.8
9.3
-1 .9

0 6 /8 5

106.8

107.0

107.0

1.9

0

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

108.6
109.1
105.1

112.0
112.5
109.4

108.6
109.4
104.8

2.6
3.0
1.3

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

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

127.6
129.2
119.8
117.5
113.0

124.4
133.9
128.9
119.0
119.9

122.3
133.9
120.2
119.0
119.9

-2 .4
3.6
2.6
6.2
12.9

-1 .7
0
-6 .7
0
0

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

130.4
108.5
121.1
105.5

130.4
108.8
121.1
106.0

130.4
109.0
121.1
105.9

7.9
3.5
2.7
5.9

0
.2
0
-.1

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

108.2
108.0
102.1

114.1
114.0
102.1

103.8
103.6
102.1

-1 .0
-1 .9
1.6

-9 .0
-9.1
0

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

W o m e n ’s fo o t w e a r .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s le ath er upp er fo o tw e a r .............................................................................
W o m e n ’s le ath er u pper d ress s h o e s .................................................................
W o m e n ’s leather upper casual shoes ...............................................................
W o m e n ’s le ath er upper s a n d a ls ...........................................................................
W o m e n ’s leather upper b o o ts ...............................................................................
W o m e n ’s plastic upper fo o tw e a r..............................................................................
W o m e n ’s plastic upper dress s h o e s ...................................................................
W o m e n ’s plastic upper casual shoes ................................................................
W o m e n ’s oth e r upper fo o tw e a r ................................................................................
W o m e n ’s oth e r upper casual shoes ...................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
Resales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts ......................................................................................................

3144

F ootw ear, e xcept rubber, n .e.c...............................................................................................
Prim ary products .................................................................................................................
Y o u th s ’ and boys’ f o o tw e a r .......................................................................................
Y o u th s ’ and boys’ le ather upper f o o tw e a r .......................................................
M isses’ foo tw e ar ............................................................................................................
M isses’ leather upper foo tw e ar ............................................................................
C h ildren’s foo tw e ar .......................................................................................................
C h ild re n ’s leather upper fo o tw e a r .......................................................................
C h ild re n ’s n on le ath er upper fo o tw e a r ................................................................
Infa nts’ and b ab ie s’ fo o tw e a r ....................................................................................
Infa nts’ and b abies’ leather upper fo o tw e a r ....................................................
Infa nts’ and b abies’ n on le ath er upper fo o tw e a r .............................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
Resales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary products ......................................................................................................
M e n ’s foo tw e ar ...........................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s fo o tw e a r.....................................................................................................

3149

Leather gloves and m itte n s ....................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................
All leather dress and sem idress gloves and m ittens .......................................
B lock c u t .......................................................................................................................
M e n ’s and boys’ .....................................................................................................
O the r than b lock cut .................................................................................................
M e n ’s and boys’ .....................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s ......................................................................................
A ll leather w ork gloves and m ittens .......................................................................
A ll grain, excluding w e ld e r s ....................................................... ............................
All split, excluding w e ld ers .....................................................................................
Leather, e xcep t all grain and all split, including w e ld ers ............................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts ......................................................................................................

3151

Luggage ..........................................................................................................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
H and lu g g a g e ...................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s hand luggage, all type s e xcep t zippered ......................................
M en’s hand luggage, all types e xcept zippered .............................................
Hard s id e ...................................................................................................................
Zippered hand luggage, m e n ’s and w o m e n ’s .................................................
Luggage oth e r than hand lu g g a g e ...........................................................................
O ccupational luggage cases, sam ple, binocular, and cam era cases
Briefcases and bags, school bags, envelopes, catalog cases, and
zippered ring b in d e rs ........................................................................................
M usical instrum ent cases .......................................................................................
A tta che cases .............................................................................................................
O the r luggage, including non-canvas k n a p s a c k s ...........................................
Secondary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts ................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
Secondary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3161

H andbags and other personal leather g oods .................................................................

317

1 2 /8 4

114.2

114.5

115.0

1.8

.4

W o m e n ’s and c h ild re n ’s handbags and p u r s e s ..............................................................

3171

0 6 /8 2

122.9

122.9

123.7

.5

.7

3144-P
3144-1
3144-111
3144-112
3144-113
3144-114
3144-2
3144-216
3144-217
3144-3
3144-323
3144-SM
3144-Z 89
3144-S

3149-P
3149-1
3149-112
3149-2
3149-215
3149-3
3149-318
3149-319
3149-4
3149-421
3149-422
3149-SM
3149-Z 89
3149-S
3143-S
3144-S

3151-P
3151-2
3151-211
3151-21114
3151-213
3151-21317
3151-21357
3151-7
3151-781
3 151-783
3 151-789
3151-S M
3151-M
3151-S

3161-P
3161-1
3161-112
3161-113
3161-11335
3161-114
3161-2
3161-253
3161-273
3161-281
3161-284
3161-298
3161-SM
3161-M
3161-Z 89
3161-S

See footnotes at end of table.




71

(3)

(3)
5.9
8.2
7.1
8.7
(3)
4.9
5.9
(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)
0
0
(3)

2.3
2.3
4.1

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

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

Index
Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
£ w
0 C
0 D
C p
O

Industry and p ro d u c t1

O ct.
19892

O ct. 1988

122.3
122.3
132.0
118.3
115.0

123.3
123.3
133.7
118.3
114.9

0.5
.5
2.4
-1 .6
.9

0.8
.8
1.3
0
-.1

(3)

126.1

126.1

.4

0

123.2
123.8
123.8
127.4
123.2
125.2
117.9

124.2
124.9
124.8
127.6
123.5
125.8

124.3
125.0
124.9
127.7
123.6
126.0

3.3
3.2
3.1
3.7
4.1
4.9

.1
.1
.1
.1
.1
.2

(3)
124.5

(3)
124.5

(3)
3.3

(3)

(3)
121.2

(3)
121.2

(3)
5.3

(3)

113.6

113.7

114.3

2.8

.5

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

117.7
115.2
112.5
134.7
116.2

119.2
117.1
118.7
134.9
116.4

118.8
116.5
116.1
134.9
116.4

3.5
4.0
4.1
2.7
1.9

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

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

102.8
109.8

103.5
110.8

103.5
110.8

1.3
3.7

0
0

111.5

3.9

1.5

June
19892

W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s h an db a gs and purses— C o ntinued
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
W o m e n ’s and ch ild re n ’s han db a gs and p u r s e s .................................................
A ll o r ch ie fly le ath er ..................................................................................................
A ll o r ch ie fly p la s t ic ...................................................................................................
O th e r m aterials, e xce p t p re ciou s m e t a ls ...........................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3 17 1 -P
3171-5
3171-511
3171-551
3171-571
3 17 1 -SM
3171-S

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

122.3
122.3
131.9
118.3
115.0

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

(3)
195.3
116.7

0 6 /8 2

Sep. 1989

P ersonal le ath er goods, e xce p t w o m e n ’s han db a gs and p u r s e s .............................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
P ersonal le a th e r goo ds, e xce p t w o m e n ’s h an dbags and p u r s e s ................
B illfolds, w alle ts, French p urses and c lu tc h e s ................................................
B illfolds, w alle ts, F rench p urses and clu tche s, le a t h e r ............................
B illfo ld s and w a lle ts ...........................................................................................
French p u r s e s .....................................................................................................
C lu tc h e s .................................................................................................................
Travel kits .....................................................................................................................
O the r personal goods, excep t le a t h e r ...............................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3172

Lea the r goods, n.e.c...................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S addlery and harness and a c c o u te r m e n ts ...........................................................
Industrial le ath er b e ltin g /in d u s tria l le ath er products ........................................
Industrial le a th e r p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
D og colla rs, le ash e s and o th e r h o u seh o ld p et a cce sso rie s m ade o f
le a th e r/le a th e r-lik e m a te r ia l...............................................................................
O the r le a th e r/le a th e r-lik e g o o d s ..............................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3199

0 6 /8 5

109.9

109.9

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

32

1 2 /8 4

108.1

108.3

108.3

2.2

0

Flat g la s s ........................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O the r fla t glass, m ade fro m g lass p ro duced in the sam e e s ta b lis h m e n t..
S heet(w indow ), plate and flo a t glass .....................................................................
O ver .244 in c h .............................................................................................................

3211

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

112.4
112.1
108.3
110.7
120.1

112.8
112.7
108.2
112.4
119.7

111.4
111.2
106.8
109.9
117.3

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

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

3172-P
3172-5
3 172-5A
3172-511
3172-51111
3172-51122
3 172-51133
3172-531
3172-597
3172-SM
3172-S

3199-P
3199-131
3199-191
3199-19 1 12
3199-196
3199-197
3199-SM
3199-S

3 2 1 1-P
3211-4
3211-5
3211-516

0
0

G lass and glassw are, pressed o r b lo w n ............................................................................

322

1 2 /8 4

111.1

111.4

110.9

2.7

-.4

G lass co nta ine rs .........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G lass c o nta ine rs fo r d om estic co nsu m p tion .......................................................
N arrow n eck c o n ta in e rs ...........................................................................................
F o o d ............................................................................................................................
N on-alcoh olic b e v e ra g e .......................................................................................
N o n-re filla ble ........................................................................................................
B e e r .............................................................................................................................
N o n-re filla ble ........................................................................................................
L iq u o r ..........................................................................................................................
W i n e ............................................................................................................................
W ide m outh c o n ta in e r s ............................................................................................
F o o d ............................................................................................................................

3221

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

114.2
114.5
114.5
113.9
108.6
110.7
111.2
118.5
119.5
112.9
118.0

114.7
115.0
115.0
113.9
109.1
110.7
111.1
118.5
119.5
112.5
118.0

114.2
114.4
114.4
113.9
108.6
110.7
111.2
118.5
119.5

3.3
3.2
3.2
3.2
2.5
2.8
2.8
4.7
4.6

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

(3)
118.0

(3)
4.7

(3)

0 6 /8 2

116.8

119.0

116.9

3.0

-1 .8

P ressed and blow n glass, n .e .c..............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Table, kitchen, art, and n ove lty glassw are ...........................................................
M achine m ade table, kitchen, art, and novelty g la s s w a r e .........................
O rn am en tal, d e co ra tive , and n ove lty glassw are and sm o ke rs’
a c c e s s o rie s .......................................................................................................
H and m a d e tab le , kitch en , art, a nd n ove lty g la s s w a r e .................................
S te m w are ..................................................................................................................
T a b le w a re ..................................................................................................................
O th e r han dm ad e , inclu din g o rn am e n ta l, deco ra tive, n ove lty and
s m o k e rs ’ a c c e s s o r ie s ...................................................................................
L ighting a nd e le ctro n ic g la s s w a r e ............................................................................
B ow ls and e nclo sin g g lo b e s and o th e r g lass parts fo r interior
lig h tin g ....................................................................................................................
G la ss fib e r-te xtile t y p e ..................................................................................................
O th e r p ressed and blow n g la s s w a r e ......................................................................
Industrial a nd te ch n ica l g lassw are ......................................................................
O the r g la s s w a r e ..........................................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3229
3229-P
3229-1
3 229-12

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

118.1
118.9
118.3
116.9

118.2
119.0
119.9

1.9
2.1
1.4
.9

-.5
-.5
-1 .3

(3)

117.6
118.4
118.4
116.9

3 22 9-12 8
3 229-13
3229-132
3229-133

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

120.6
136.4
152.1
120.4

(3)
136.5
152.1
120.4

121.8
136.5
152.1
120.4

7.0
5.6
8.4
2.5

(3)

3 229-138
3229-2

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

125.7
110.7

126.6
111.5

126.6
111.4

2.5
3.2

0
-.1

3229-237
3229-3
3229-4
3229-425
3229-429
3229-SM
3229-S

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

127.0
122.9
129.4
133.6
109.0

127.7
119.8
129.4
133.6

3.7
2.4
1.6
2.5

-.2
0
.3
0

(3)

127.5
119.8
129.8
133.6
112.3

0 6 /8 3

105.1

105.1

105.1

.5

0

P roducts of purchased g la s s ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................

3231

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

117.5
117.7

117.7
118.0

117.9
118.2

3.2
3.5

.2
.2

3 22 1 -P
3221-1
3221-11
3221-111
3 221-115
3221-1155
3221-116
3221-1166
3221-117
3221-119
3221-13
3221-131

3 23 1 -P

See footnotes at end of table.




72

(3)

0

(3)

0
0
0

(3)

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct

Index
June
1 9892

P roducts o f purcha sed g lass— C ontinued
L am inated glass, including plate, flo at, and sh ee t ............................................
For co nstru ctio n and a rch itectu ral u s e s ............................................................
For a u to m o tive u s e s .................................................................................................
O EM ............................................................................................................................
R e p la c e m e n t............................................................................................................
M irrors, plate and flo a t (d e cora ted or und eco ra ted ) ........................................
F ram ed m irro rs ............................................................................................................
U n fra m ed m ir r o r s .......................................................................................................
A u to m o tive m irro rs .....................................................................................................
P ressed and blow n glassw are, m ade fro m glass p urcha sed or
tra nsfe rre d fro m o th e r e s ta b lis h m e n ts ...........................................................
C o nsu m e r g la s s w a r e ..................................................................................... ...........
M a chine m a d e ........................................................................................................
O th e r glassw are, including scientific, laboratory, industrial, e tc .................
O the r glass p roducts, m ade from glass purcha sed or tra nsfe rre d from
o th e r e s ta b lis h m e n ts .............................................................................................
S tained, leaded, and fa ce te d g lass and co lo re d glass s la b s ....................
M ultiple-glazed, sealed insulating glass units .................................................
T e m p ered glass ..........................................................................................................
For a u to m o tive u s e ...............................................................................................
O EM .......................................................................................................................
For co nstru ctio n and a rch itectu ral u s e ...........................................................
For o th e r u s e s .........................................................................................................
O the r fla t glass p ro du cts ........................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................. ................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ................................................. ...............................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u c ts ........................................................ ....... .....................................

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

104.4
97.6
104.1
100.0
116.2
123.0
130.4
119.9
118.2

106.3
97.6
106.4
103.1
116.2
123.0
130.4
120.0
118.2

3.7
-.9
4.6
3.4
8.0
4.9
6.4
4.4
3.3

1.8
0
2.2
3.1
0
0
0
.1
0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3

122.7
130.1
116.0
120.6

122.6
129.6

122.7
129.6

6.7
12.9

.1
0

(3)
121.0

(3)
121.2

(3)
4.1

(3)
.2

3231-8
3231-821
3231-871
3 23 1-88
3231-881
3 23 1-88 1 04
3 231-883
323 1-88 9
323 1-89 8
3231-S M
3 2 3 1 -M
3 2 3 1 -S

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

116.7
106.8
114.6
103.9
120.4
102.3
104.0
127.0
121.4

116.9
(3)
114.0
104.4
122.8
103.8
103.0
127.0
121.4

117.0
107.9
114.0
104.5
123.4
104.4
102.6
127.0
121.5

.9
1.0
-1 .4
1.3
2.2
1.9
1.2
-1 .5
2.3

1 2 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

102.2
117.3

102.2
117.2

102.2
117.1

1.2
0

0
-.1

3 2 4 1 -P

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

101.2
101.2

101.6
101.6

101.8
101.8

1.1
1.1

.2
.2

3241-3
324 1-32 2
3 241-323

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

100.0
100.0
100.0

100.5
98.7
99.2

100.6
98.3
98.9

(3)
(3)
(3)

3241-3231

0 6 /8 9

100.0

98.7

98.8

(3)

.1

324 1-32 3 2
324 1-32 4

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

100.0
100.0

99.9
101.7

99.1
101.8

(3)
(3)

-.8
.1

3241-3241

0 6 /8 9

100.0

100.1

100.1

(3)

0

3 24 1-32 4 2

0 6 /8 9

100.0

99.8

99.5

(3)

-.3

3241-32 4 3
324 1-32 5

0 6 /8 9
0 6 /8 9

100.0
100.0

104.1
100.6

104.6
101.3

(3)
(3)

.5
.7

1 2 /8 4

111.9

112.1

112.0

1.8

-.1

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

111.3
111.7
111.7
111.7
121.8
109.2
108.5

111.3
111.7
111.7
111.7
121.8
109.2
108.5

111.4
111.8
111.8
111.8
121.8
109.3
108.5

.7
.7
.7
.7
.6
.7
.6

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

3253-131
3 253-14
3253-141

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

111.1
112.5
113.6
113.6
107.5
107.8
115.3
96.4
96.2

112.3
113.6
116.8
116.8
107.8
108.1
116.2
96.4
96.2

111.8
113.2
115.9
115.9
108.7
109.1
115.7
96.4
96.2

2.4
2.7
6.1
6.1
2.6
2.9
3.5
-1 0 .3
-1 0 .3

-.4
-.4
-.8
-.8
.8
.9
-.4
0
0

3255-P
3255-1
3255-111
3 255-113
325 5-11 6
3255-11612

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

108.3
108.1
109.7
109.2
110.0
116.3
119.5

108.4
108.1
110.0
109.2
110.0
116.3
119.5

108.9
108.8
110.0
109.2
110.0
116.3
119.5

3.9
3.9
4.3
6.7
4.2
4.6
5.8

.5
.6
0
0
0
0
0

3255-117
3255-2
3255-211

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

113.3
107.3
102.6

116.8
107.3
102.6

116.8
108.4
102.6

5.4
3.6
2.6

0
1.0
0

325

B rick and structural clay t i l e ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Brick, e xcep t ce ra m ic glazed and re fra cto ry .......................................................
B uilding or com m on, and face brick ...................................................................
B uilding or com m on brick ...................................................................................
Face brick .................................................................................................................
O the r brick (paving, floor, and sew er) ...............................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

103.6
99.4
102.7
101.1
107.6
122.3
130.4
120.6
113.9

3231-7
3231-711
323 1-71 1 03
3231-751

S tructu ra l clay p ro du cts ............................................................................................... ...........

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

3241

3251
3 2 5 1 -P
3251-1
3251-111
3251-11101
3251-11102
3 25 1-11 9
3 2 5 1 -SM

C eram ic w all and flo o r t i l e ......................................................................................................
3253
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C eram ic m osaic ..........................................................................................................
U n g la z e d ....................................................................................................................
Q uarry tile
U nglazed
3 25 3-12 2
G lazed w all t n e ............................................................................................................
O the r tile incl. paver, special p urpose, d eco ra tive thin wall, e tc ...............
G la z e d .........................................................................................................................

3253-P
3253-11
3 25 3-11 2
3253-12

3255

See footnotes at end of table.




Oct.
19892

3 231-3
3231-321
3231-341
3 231-34101
323 1-34 1 02
3 231-5
3231-521
3231-541
3231-571

H ydraulic ce m e n t ...................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
C em ent, including Portland ce m e n ts and o th e r ce m e n ts (m asonry, lime,
e tc.) .............................................................................................................................
N o rth e a st region .........................................................................................................
N orth C entral r e g io n ..................................................................................................
E ast N orth C entral division, including p ortlan d ce m e n ts and o th e r
ce m e n ts (m asonry, lim e, e tc .......................................................................
W e st N orth C entral division, including p ortlan d ce m e n ts and o th e r
ce m e n ts (m asonry, lim e, e tc .......................................................................
S outh r e g io n .................................................................................................................
S outh A tla n tic division, including p ortlan d ce m e n ts and o th e r
ce m e n ts (m asonry, lim e, etc.) ...................................................................
East S outh C entral division, including p ortlan d c m e n ts and o th e r
ce m e n ts (m asonry, e t c . ) ..............................................................................
W e st S outh C entral division, including p ortlan d ce m e n ts and o th e r
ce m e n ts (m asonry, lim e, e tc .......................................................................
W e st region ..................................................................................................................

C lay re fra c to rie s ..........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Bricks and s h a p e s .........................................................................................................
Fireclay (including sem isilica) brick and clay e xce p t s u p e rd u ty ...............
High alum ina inc. high a lum ina ladle brick, 50% alum ina and o ver
Insulating fire b rick and sh ap es .............................................................................
2300 deg re es F to 2799 deg re es F ...............................................................
Clay kiln furniture, radiant h eater elem ents, p o tte rs ’ supplies &
oth. misc. shaped ite m s ...................................................................................
U nshaped clay re fra cto ries ........................................................................................
R efractory bonding m ortars, w e t and dry, less than 5 0% a lu m in a .........

Sep.
198 9 2

73

.1
(3)
0
.1
.5
.6
-.4
0
.1

.1
-.4
-.3

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct

Index
June
198 9 2

C lay re fra cto rie s— C o ntinued
P lastic re fra cto rie s and ram m ing m ixes, less tha n 5 0% alum ina ............
High alum in a p lastic re fra cto ries and ram m im g m ixes, 5 0% alum ina
a nd o ve r .................................................................................................................
C a stab le re fra cto ries (hydraulic s e ttin g ) .................................................................
C astab le re fra cto ries, less than 50% a lu m in a ................................................
H igh a lum ina ca sta b le re fra c to rie s ......................................................................
Insulating ca sta b le s (de nsity up to 105 Ib s./cu .ft.) and in sulating
gunning m ix e s .....................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Oct.
1 9892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

325 5-21 3

112.9
103.8
100.8
104.6

112.9
103.2
100.8
104.6

112.9
104.3
101.9
105.0

3.2
3.7
.9
5.6

0
1.1
1.1
.4

1 2 /8 5

109.1

106.6

107.3

6.3

.7

1 2 /8 5

110.5

110.5

110.5

4.0

0

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

109.3
110.7
114.9
101.5

108.0
109.2
114.9
96.7

105.0
105.8
108.4
99.9

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

-2 .8
-3.1
-5 .7
3.3

3268

327

C o n crete b lock and b r ic k ................................. .......................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
C o n cre te b lo ck and co n cre te b r ic k ..........................................................................
C o n crete b lock: light, m edium , and norm al (excluding d e co ra tive and
p a v in g )....................................................................................................................
c o n cre te b lo ck and brick, e xcep t d eco ra tive and p a v in g .......................
N orth A tla n tic lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ....................................................................
N o rth C entral lig h tw e ig h t b lo c k .....................................................................
S outh A tla n tic lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ....................................................................

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

3264

C o ncrete , gypsum , and p la ste r p ro d u c ts ...........................................................................

3.9

3262

P ottery pro du cts, n.e.c., inclu din g fin e e arth e n w a re fo o d u te n s ils ...........................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Art, d e co ra tive and n ove lty p o tte r y ..........................................................................
C h in a and p orcela in ..................................................................................................
E arth e nw a re and sto n e w a re ..................................................................................
S to n ew are and fine e a rth e nw a re fo o d u tensils, househ o ld and
c o m m e rc ia l................................................................................................................
T a blew a re .....................................................................................................................
K itc h e n w a r e ..................................................................................................................
O the r p o tte ry pro du cts, n .e .c.......................................................................................
A ll o th e r p o tte ry pro du cts, incl. ch em ical ston e w are & porcelain,
n .e .c..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................

4.6

3261

Porcelain electrical supplies ...................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Porcelain, s tea tite and o th e r ceram ic e lectrical p ro d u c ts ...............................
S w itch and bus insulators, including cap and pin and p o st t y p e s ..........
A ll o ther, inclu din g guy strain in sulato rs and sp oo ls ....................................
H ig h -vo ltag e porcela in (w et pro cess) sh ipped as c o m p o n e n ts fo r
elect, e qu ip m e nt .................................................................................................
Dry p ro ce ss e le ctrica l p orcela in in cl. p arts fo r radio sets, spark
plugs, cleats, e tc ..................................................................................................
S te a tite e le ctrica l p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................
B eryllia, titan a te , and o th e r ce ra m ic e lectrical p ro d u cts n .e .c....................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

106.4

326

V itre ou s ch ina fo o d u tensils ...................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
V itre ou s ch ina and porcela in tab le and kitch en ute n sils ................................
T a blew a re (fo r serving fo o d and drink) .............................................................
H o tel o r co m m e rcia l tab le w a re ........................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................

102.4

3259

V itreous plum bing fix tu r e s .......................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Lavatories, china and e a r th e n w a re .....................................................................
W a ter c lo set b o w ls ....................................................................................................
Siphon j e t ..................................................................................................................
Flush t a n k s ...................................................................................................................
O the r china p lum bing fixtures incl. o th e r w.c. bowls, bidets,
drinking fountains, sinks, e tc ...........................................................................
China and e arthenw are plum bing fixture accesso rie s and fitting s ..............
China and e arth e n w a re plum bing fixture a cce sso rie s and fit t in g s ..........
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

102.4

325 5-31 3
3 255-S M
3255-S

P ottery and related p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................

1 2 /8 5

325 5-21 4
3255-3
3255-311
325 5-31 2

S tructu ra l clay pro du cts, n .e .c.................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
V itrifie d cla y se w er pipe and f it t in g s .......................................................................
O the r structural clay products, n .e.c.........................................................................
O the r structural clay p ro du cts incl. terra cotta, drain and flue
tile, co nd uit and a dobe ....................................................................................

3271

3259-P
3259-1
3259-2
3259-298

3 26 1 -P
3261-111
3261-121
3261-12101
3261-131
3261-151
326 1-2
3261-211
3 2 6 1 -SM
3 2 6 1-S

1 2 /8 5

103.6

98.6

100.8

-2 .7

2.2

1 2 /8 4

113.1

113.6

113.7

3.5

.1

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

109.8
107.8
109.7
107.9
110.0
106.6

109.6
107.4
108.7
108.4
110.5
105.1

110.5
107.8
108.0
108.5
110.8
106.9

3.5
1.7
.2
2.6
3.3
1.7

.8
.4
-.6
.1
.3
1.7

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

105.9
109.5
109.5

107.4
109.5
109.5

107.4
109.5
109.5

4.4
0
0

0
0
0

0 6 /8 5

120.5

121.0

124.2

12.0

2.6

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

123.6
122.8

123.6
122.8

123.6
122.8

1.2
.5

0
0

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

122.8
116.7

122.8
116.7

122.8
116.7

.5
-2 .4

0
0

3264-P
3264-1
326 4-11 6
3 26 4-11 7

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

107.6
106.6
106.6
105.1
103.5

109.5
108.3
108.3

109.2
108.2
108.2

5.1
4.7
4.7

-.3
-.1
-.1

(3)
103.5

(3)
(3)

3 26 4-11 8

1 2 /8 5

105.6

110.4

110.4

6.1

3 264-129
3264-141
326 4-19 8
3264-S M
3264-S

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

108.4
103.3
110.1

108.4
103.8
110.1

(3)
103.8

(3)
1.5

(3)

(3)

(3)

3262-P
3262-1
3262-11
3262-118
3262-SM

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
0

0

1 2 /8 5

114.0

117.0

117.7

8.8

.6

3268-P
3268-1
3268-111
3268-131

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

118.3
120.1
121.1
128.7
115.2

118.0
119.9
121.1
128.7
115.2

117.8
119.6
121.1
128.7
115.2

3.2
3.5
.5
-.5
1.4

-.2
-.3
0
0
0

3268-2
3268-211
326 8-21 2
3268-3

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

114.6
106.9
127.4
128.8

114.0
105.9
127.4
128.8

113.3
104.7
127.4
128.8

7.9
9.3
6.0
2.2

- .6
-1.1
0
0

326 8-31 5
3268-SM

1 2 /8 3

132.7

132.7

132.7

.8

0

1 2 /8 4

104.4

104.5

104.7

1.3

.2

3271-P
3271-1

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

123.9
127.1
127.1

123.6
126.7
126.7

123.7
127.1
127.1

1.6
2.0
2.0

.1
.3
.3

3271-11
3271-111
3271-11101
3 2 7 1-11 1 02
327 1-11 1 03

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

128.2
127.6
102.4
103.2
101.6

127.5
127.5
102.8
103.2
101.4

128.0
127.3
102.4
103.2
101.4

1.8
1.5
-.1
2.1
.8

.4
-.2
-.4
0
0

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
198 9 2

74

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

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

C o ncrete b lock and b rick— C ontinued
S outh C e ntral lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ....................................................................
W e stern lig h tw eig h t b lo c k ...............................................................................
M edium w e ig ht co n cre te b lock, fro m 105 lbs. but < 125 Ib s ./c f dry
w e ig ht .................................................................................................................
N orth A tla n tic m edium w e ig ht b lo ck ...........................................................
N orth C entral m edium w e ig ht b lo c k ............................................................
S ou th A tla n tic m edium w e ig ht b lo c k ...........................................................
W e stern m edium w e ig h t b lo c k ......................................................................
N orm al w e ig ht co n cre te block, 125 lbs. or m o re /c f dry w e ig h t ..........
N orth A tla n tic norm al w e ig ht b lo c k .............................................................
N orth C e ntral norm al w e ig ht b lock .............................................................
S outh A tla n tic norm al w e ig ht b lo c k .............................................................
S outh C entral norm al w e ig ht b lo c k .............................................................
W e stern norm al w e ig ht b lo ck .......................................................................
D ecorative block (such as screen block, split block, slum p block,
shadow al block, etc.) .......................................................................................
C o ncrete b r ic k .............................................................................................................
Paving b locks ..............................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................................................................
C o ntract w ork and o th e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

O ct.
19892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

3 27 1-11 1 04
327 1-11 1 05

2.9
2.7

-0.1
0

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

129.9
105.5
101.2
101.3
101.8
128.1
104.8
102.5
114.2
102.3
100.2

129.9
105.5
101.4
101.2
101.8
126.2
104.9
102.5
105.4
102.3
100.7

129.4
105.5
101.4
99.2
101.8
128.3
104.5
102.5
115.4
102.0
100.7

-.1
.5
0
-.8
.1
3.3
1.4
1.2
12.8
1.2
.5

-.4
0
0
-2 .0
0
1.7
-.4
0
9.5
-.3
0

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

117.8
118.7
122.2

119.1
119.6
122.2

119.1
119.4
122.2

2.7
2.7
9.6

0
-.2
0

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

108.7
119.9
108.1
132.0

108.9
119.9
108.3
132.0

107.4
119.9
106.7
132.0

-.6
0
-.7
.8

-1 .4
0
-1 .5
0

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

125.1
123.8
115.5
101.4
110.1

125.5
124.3
114.9
100.2
108.6

125.7
124.5
115.5
101.3
109.9

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

.2
.2
.5
1.1
1.2

1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
0 7 /8 5
1 1 /8 4
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9
1 2 /7 9

130.5
136.8
115.7
105.6
142.0
144.5
134.4
115.3
133.7

130.5
136.9
(3)
105.6
142.3
144.5
134.6
117.7
138.8

130.5
136.9
115.7
105.6
142.3
144.5
134.6
117.7
138.8

-1 .3
1.3
.7
2.8
1.2
0
.5
2.8
7.6

1 2 /7 9

156.5

156.5

156.5

1.2

0

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

111.4
110.2
110.2
101.0
103.0
100.0
101.1
102.1
99.3
103.4
106.8
100.8
101.6
99.9
97.1
101.6

111.8
110.4
110.4
100.5
102.3
99.6
101.2
102.3
99.4
104.0
108.5
100.6
101.6
99.7
96.9
101.4

111.9
110.4
110.4
100.5
102.3
99.6
100.9
102.2
98.8
104.1
109.1
100.4
101.6
99.7
96.9
101.4

2.0
1.6
1.6
-.3
1.7
-1 .3
1.1
1.7
.3
2.6
5.7
-.2
2.4
.9
0
1.4

.1
0
0
0
0
0
-.3
-.1
-.6
.1
.6
-.2
0
o
0
0

0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/81

115.0
134.7
126.2

119.3
124.6
125.9

119.3
124.6
129.0

3.0
-9 .8
10.5

0
0
2.5

3274-P
3274-111
3274-151

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

103.7
104.1
102.4
106.4

103.8
104.3
102.6
106.4

104.0
104.5
102.6
106.6

2.0
2.2
.5
7.7

.2
.2
0
.2

3275-P
3275-225
3275-315

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

108.6
108.8
99.8
102.8

107.7
107.6
97.6
102.2

108.5
108.9
99.3
103.1

-2 .4
-2 .7
-4 .9
-1 .9

.7
1.2
1.7
.9

328 1 -P

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

120.5
120.0

120.8
120.3

120.3
119.7

1.9
1.5

-.4
-.5

3281-1
3281-113
3281-135

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

112.1
93.4
119.9

112.6
93.4
120.6

111.6
93.4
119.2

1.7
1.7
2.2

-.9
0
-1 .2

3274

3275

Cut stone and stone p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Dressed dim ension granite, including gneiss, syenite, diorite, and cut
g r a n ite .........................................................................................................................
Building s t o n e ..............................................................................................................
M onum ental s t o n e .....................................................................................................

102.3
104.0

3273

G ypsum p ro d u c ts ........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
1 /2 in ch regular gypsum b o a r d ................................................................................
Type X g y p s u m b o a rd ....................................................................................................

102.4
104.0

3272

Lime .................................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Q u ic k lim e ...........................................................................................................................
H ydrated lim e ...................................................................................................................

103.3
104.0

3271-121
3271-151
3271-161
3 27 1 -SM
3 27 1 -M
327 1 -XY9
3 27 1 -Z89
3 27 1 -S

R eady-m ixed c o n c r e te ..............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ..................................................................................................
N o rth ea st region ready-m ixed co ncrete ............................................................
N ew England ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ...............................................................
Mid A tlan tic ready-m ixed co ncrete ..................................................................
N orth Central region ready-m ixed c o n c r e te .....................................................
East N orth C entral ready-m ixed co ncrete ....................................................
W e st N orth C entral ready-m ixed co ncrete ...................................................
S outhern region ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ..............................................................
South A tlan tic ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ..............................................................
W e st S outh C entral ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ...................................................
East S outh C entral ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ....................................................
W estern region ready-m ixed c o n c r e te ...............................................................
M ountain ready-m ixed c o n c r e te .......................................................................
Pacific ready-m ixed c o n c r e te .............................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts .................................................................................................
C o ntract w o rk and o th e r m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...........................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

3 271-115
3271-11501
327 1-11 5 02
327 1-11 5 03
3 2 7 1-11 5 05
327 1-11 7
3271-11701
327 1-11 7 02
327 1-11 7 03
3 2 7 1-11 7 04
3 271-11705

C o ncrete p ro du cts .....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C o ncrete pipe ..................................................................................................................
Culvert and storm sew er p ip e ...............................................................................
R e in fo rc e d .................................................................................................................
Sanitary se w er p ip e ...................................................................................................
R e in fo rc e d .................................................................................................................
Precast co ncrete p ro d u c ts ..........................................................................................
Slabs and tile ..............................................................................................................
W all p a n e ls ...................................................................................................................
Burial vaults and b o x e s ............................................................................................
C oncrete septic tan ks ..............................................................................................
O the r p recast co ncrete p ro d u c ts .........................................................................
P restressed co ncrete products, excluding pipe .................................................
Solid and h ollow cored p a n e ls ..............................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3281

3272-P
3272-1
3272-16
3272-161
3272-17
3272-171
3272-2
3272-213
3272-223
3272-234
3272-261
3272-281
3272-3
3272-331
3272-SM
3272-S

3273-P
3273-111
327 3-11 1 A
3273-11101
3273-11102
3 27 3-11 1 B
3273-11103
3 273-11104
3273-111C
3273-11105
3 273-11106
3 273-11107
3 2 7 3 -1 1 1D
3273-11108
3 273-11109
3273-SM
3273-M
3273-XY 9
3273-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
1 9892

75

0
0
(3)
0
0
0
0
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
June
198 9 2

C ut sto n e and ston e p ro d u cts— C ontin u ed
O th e r gra nite p ro d u cts such as paving b lo cks and curb ing ......................
D ressed dim e nsion lim esto ne , including dolo m ite , tra vertine , ca lcareo u s
tufa, and cu t lim e s to n e .........................................................................................
B uilding s t o n e ..............................................................................................................
D resse d dim e nsion m arb le and o th e r ston e .......................................................
B uilding stone, m onum ental stone, and o th e r m arble p ro d u c ts ...............
M o n um e n ta l ston e .................................................................................................
A brasive s, asbe stos, and m iscellan eo u s n o n m e tallic m ineral
pro d u cts .................................................................................................................................

Sep.
198 9 2

Oct.
19892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

3 28 1-19 8

1 2 /8 4

102.4

102.4

102.4

-0 .6

0

3281-2
328 1-21 3
3281-3
328 1-33 7
3281-33 7 15

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

112.4
112.4
141.6
148.0
112.8

112.4
112.4
141.6
148.0

.6
.6
1.6
0
0

0
0
0
0

(3)

112.4
112.4
141.6
148.0
112.8

3 29 1 -P
3291-5
3 2 9 1 -5A
329 1-51 7
329 1-51 9
3291-6
3 29 1 -6A
3 291-637
329 1-64 2
3291-631
3291-671
3 29 1-67 1 02

(3)

329

1 2 /8 4

109.6

109.5

109.7

3.7

.2

A b rasive p ro du cts ......................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N o n m e ta llic sized grains, p ow ders, and flo u r a b r a s iv e s .................................
S ynth etic n o n m e tallic sized grains, p ow ders, and flo u r a b ra s iv e s ..........
S ilico n ca rb ide .........................................................................................................
A lu m in um oxide ......................................................................................................
N o n m e ta llic abrasive p ro du cts (including diam on d a brasives) .....................
Re sin oid and sh ellac b o n d .....................................................................................
R e in fo rc e d .................................................................................................................
N o n o re in fo rc e d ........................................................................................................
V itrifie d bon d ................................................................................................................
D iam ond w h e e ls .........................................................................................................
O th e r b o n d ................................................................................................................
N o n m e ta llic co ate d abrasive pro du cts, buffing w heels, polishin g w heels,
and la p s .....................................................................................................................
C lo th (all b o n d s )..........................................................................................................
G lue b o n d ..................................................................................................................
O th e r s h a p e s ........................................................................................................
Resin and w a te rp ro o f bon d ...............................................................................
Belts ........................................................................................................................
P aper (all bonds) ........................................................................................................
G lue b o n d ..................................................................................................................
O the r s h a p e s ........................................................................................................
O the r (including paper-cloth, vulcanized clo th -fib e r co m b ina tio ns) .
M etal abrasives (including scouring p a d s ) ............................................................
Steel and iron grit, shot, and sand ....
Steel w o o l...................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts .................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3291

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0

138.0
136.6
114.4
114.9
95.7
93.5
145.1
120.6
156.1
154.9
148.0
116.1
117.6

138.3
136.9
116.4
116.7
96.1
99.5
145.1
120.5
156.1
154.7
148.0

138.1
136.6
115.3
115.5
95.8
95.5
145.1
120.6
156.1
154.9
148.0
116.1

6.6
7.1
13.5
13.7
1.5
27.0
8.7
18.5
16.8
19.6
4.9
3.9

-.1
-.2
-.9
-1 .0
-.3
-4 .0
0
.1
0
.1
0

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

153.5
109.5
108.7
167.4
109.8
162.8
108.5
106.5
163.6
139.7
131.8
114.9
127.8

153.6
109.5
108.7
167.4
109.8
162.8

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

A sbe stos p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A sbe stos frictio n m a te r ia ls ..........................................................................................
M olded brake linings co ntaining asbestos, including all nonw oven
t y p e s ........................................................................................................................
A sb e sto s disc brake pads ......................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3292

G askets, packing, and sealing d e v ic e s ..............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G aske ts and gasketing m a te r ia ls .............................................................................
A sbestos, com p resse d (all type s of b in d e rs )...................................................
C ork and co rk r u b b e r ................................................................................................
Rubber (e la s to m e ric ).................................................................................................
M e ta llic ...........................................................................................................................
O the r n on m e tallic gaskets, including flu oroca rb on g aske ts and sheets
P acking and sealing d evice s .....................................................................................
Packing and seals, r u b b e r ......................................................................................
Oil and grease seals, radial lip t y p e ...............................................................
Lip-type m olded packing, single and m ultiple units (flange, cup,
U-ring, V-ring, e t c . ) .........................................................................................
A ll o th e r m olded packing and s e a ls ...............................................................
P lastics packing and seals, including o -rin g s ...................................................
Packing, excep t leather, rubber, m etal, and p la s tic s ....................................
C om p re ssion packing fo r sealing, m oving and nonm oving parts
All o th e r packing and s e a ls ...............................................................................
Axial m echanical s e a ls .............................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3293

M inerals and e arths ground o r tre ate d ..............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
M ine ra ls and e a rth s gro un d or tr e a t e d ...................................................................

3295

3291-7
3291-71
3291-711
329 1-71 1 02
3291-715
3291-71501
3291-72
3291-721
3291-72102
3291-739
3291-8
3291-811
3291-831
3291-SM
329 1 -M
329 1 -Z89
3 291-S

3292-P
3292-2
3292-215
3292-221
3292-SM
3292-S

3293-P
3293-2
3293-213
3293-221
3293-231
3293-251
3293-298
3293-3
3293-311
3293-31121
3293-31131
3293-31139
3293-341
3293-362
3293-36261
3293-36269
3293-371
3293-SM
3293-M
3293-S

3295-P
3295-1

See footnotes at end of table.




76

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)
139.7
130.7
113.5
127.8

153.6
109.5
108.7
167.4
109.8
162.8
108.5

4.9
5.4
5.1
5.3
5.6
5.0
5.4

(3)
(3)
139.7
130.7
113.5

(3)
(3)
2.6
1.2
.4

164.9
164.9
136.7

165.1
165.1

165.1
165.1

(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

104.9
104.3
102.1

102.9
102.2
101.5

103.3
102.7
101.5

3.0
3.4
.1

.4
.5
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

103.3
101.1

103.3
97.0

103.3
97.0

.9
-2 .3

0
0

1 2 /8 5

109.7

108.1

108.1

-.1

0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.3
108.7
111.0
98.4
110.0
111.6
123.9
101.1
107.1
106.0
100.0

108.4
108.7
111.3
98.4
110.0
113.3
123.1
101.3
106.9
106.1

108.7
109.1
111.3
98.4
110.0
113.3
123.1
101.7
107.6
106.1
99.9

2.5
2.4
3.1
0
3.2
7.2
3.3
.8
2.0
1.5
-.1

.3
.4
0
0
0
0
0
.4
.7
0

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

118.6
107.2
95.9
115.2
110.2
117.7
107.0

118.6
107.2
96.5
115.2
(3)
117.7
105.3

118.6
107.2
96.5
116.0
112.6
117.7
108.7

6.7
.7
-4 .0
2.6
2.2
2.8
5.6

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

107.9
104.0

107.9
104.0

107.9
104.1

3.8
1.6

0
.1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

109.1
111.4
111.4

107.8
109.9
109.9

109.7
112.1
112.1

4.4
5.1
5.1

1.8
2.0
2.0

(3)

(3)

(3)

0
0
0
0
0
0
(3)
(3)
(3)
0
0
0
(3)

4.4
4.4
(3)

0
0
(3)

(3)
0
0
0
.7
(3)
0
3.2

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 98 9 2

M inerals and earth s ground o r tre a te d — C ontinued
L igh tw e ig ht a ggregate, expa nd e d clay, slag, p erlite, haydite, pum ice
and d iato m a ceo u s e a r t h ..................................................................................
Slag, including crushed and g r o u n d ....................................................................
N atural graphite, ground, refined or b le n d e d ...................................................
Clay, including g round crude fire clay, high a lum ina clay, and silica
fire c la y ...................................................................................................................
O th e r m inerals and earths, ground or tre ate d, incl. feldspar, roof
g ranules and b a r ite ............................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Oct. 1988

Sep. 198

106.3
103.6
102.6

106.3
103.6
108.1

106.3
103.6
108.2

1.9
-.6
5.8

0
0
.1

3 29 5-18 4

0 6 /8 5

112.4

112.4

112.4

3.8

0

3 29 5-19 8
3295-SM
3 295-S

0 6 /8 5

118.3

115.0

119.1

9.1

3.6

0 6 /8 5

101.4

101.7

101.7

.3

0

3296-P
3296-1
3296-111
3296-2
329 6-23 5
329 6-23 5 36
329 6-28 3

1 2/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
1 2/81
12/81
1 0 /8 2
0 4 /8 2

107.3
107.1
93.1
92.5
132.9
145.3
143.8

108.0
107.8
94.1
92.2
132.5
149.3

107.7
107.4
93.6
91.4
132.8

1.1
1.0
1.2
.2
.9

-.3
-.4
-.5
-.9
.2

(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

3 296-298

N o nclay re fra c to rie s ...................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
B ricks and s h a p e s ..........................................................................................................
M a gnesite and m agne site-chrom e b ricks and sh ap es ................................
O ther, including basic pouring pit re fra c to rie s .............................................
M ullite bricks and shapes, m ade p re do m in a ntly o f fuse d or syn th e tic
m u llite .....................................................................................................................
E xtra-high alum ina b ricks & shapes, m ade p re do m in a ntly of fused and
syn th e tic a lu m in a s .............................................................................................
A ll o th e r b ricks and shapes, including dolo m ite , d olo m ite -m ag ne site
and ca rb on re fra c to rie s ....................................................................................
Plastic re fra cto ries & ram m ing mixes, w e t & dry, and ca sta b le s of
nonhyd ra u lic se ttin g type ....................................................................................
B asic ca stables, p lastics and ram m ing m ixes (w et and dry types) ........
G unning mixes, basic and o th e r ...............................................................................
O th e r non cla y re fra cto ry m aterials in lum p or ground form ..........................
All o th e r d om estic sh ipm en ts as re fra cto ry raw m a te r ia ls .........................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

1 2/81

129.4

124.0

124.3

-.7

.2

3297-P
3297-1
3 297-112
329 7-11 2 13

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

108.8
109.0
108.1
104.2
104.7

108.8
109.1
108.2
104.2
104.7

108.6
108.8
107.7
104.2
104.7

3.9
4.0
3.2
.4
.6

-.2
-.3
-.5
0
0

3 297-115

1 2 /8 5

113.4

113.4

113.4

7.0

0

329 7-11 6

1 2 /8 5

111.8

111.8

111.8

7.6

0

3297-121

1 2 /8 5

117.8

118.0

118.0

8.4

0

3 297-4
3297-411
3297-5
3297-6
329 7-61 2
3297-SM
3297-S

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

118.3
116.1
106.1
106.8
104.3

119.1
117.4
106.1
106.8
104.3

119.1
117.4
106.1
106.8
104.3

11.9
11.4
2.0
3.7
1.9

0
0
0
0
0

1 2 /8 5

107.0

106.6

107.0

3.7

.4

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

106.2
103.9
111.1
102.0

106.8
104.5
110.4
102.2

106.0
103.7
110.9
101.1

.6
.8
4.0
-.8

-.7
-.8
.5
-1.1

1 2 /8 5

125.1

125.1

125.1

0

0

3296

3297




Oct.
19892

3295-111
3295-131
3295-181

M ineral w o ol ................................................................................................................................
Prim ary pro du cts ................................................................................................................
M ineral w o ol fo r stru ctu ra l in s u la tio n ......................................................................
Loose fib er and gra nu la te d fib er ..........................................................................
M ineral w o ol fo r industrial, equipm ent, and app lia n ce insulatio n ................
B la nke ts (flexible) including fab ricate d pieces, rolls, and b a t t s ................
Faced and m etal m e s h e d ...................................................................................
A cou stica l, including pads, boards, p atches, e tc .............................................
O the r m ineral w o ol fo r industrial, equipm ent, and app lia n ce
in s u la tio n ...............................................................................................................

N o n m e ta llic m ineral products, n .e .c......................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................
S ta tua ry and art g oo d s (fa cto ry m ade) .................................................................
O the r n on m etallic mineral p ro d u c ts ........................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Sep.
1 9892

3299-P
3 299-2
3 299-3
3 299-S M
3 299-S

77

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

P rim ary m etal in d u s trie s ...........................................................................................................

1 2 /8 4

33

Sep.
198 9 2

Oct.
198 9 2

118.9

118.5

118.7

2.5

0.2

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

B la st furna ce s, steel w orks, and rolling and fin ishing m ills ........................................

331

1 2 /8 4

108.8

108.3

108.4

1.0

.1

B la st fu rn a ce s and stee l m i lls ................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O pen die or sm ith fo rging s (ha m m e r o r press), fe rro us .................................
A llo y steel, exclud in g stainle ss and h i- t e m p ....................................................
O th e r stee l mill pro du cts, e xce p t w ire p ro du cts ................................................
C o ke oven and b last fu rn a ce p ro d u c ts ..................................................................
C o ke oven p r o d u c t s ..................................................................................................
C oke, e xce p t scre e nin g s and b r e e z e .............................................................
Fu rn ace co ke ......................................................................................................
S cre en in gs and b re e z e .........................................................................................
S te e l in go ts and se m ifin ish ed sh ap es and f o r m s ..............................................
Sem ifinished p ro du cts (excluding w ire rods), carbon ...................................
B illets, c a r b o n ..........................................................................................................
W ire rods, ca rbon ......................................................................................................
Sem ifinished p ro du cts (excluding w ire rods), alloy .......................................
Billets, a llo y ..............................................................................................................
Sem ifinished p ro du cts (excluding w ire rods), s ta in le s s ...............................
W ire rods, s ta in le s s ...................................................................................................
Tin mill pro du cts, h.r. sh ee ts and strip (incl. m e tallic co ate d and
e le c tr ic a l) ................................................................ ..................................................
S heets, h.r., c a r b o n ...................................................................................................
S he e ts and strip, hot dipped galvanized, c a r b o n ...........................................
S he e ts and strip, e le ctro lytic galvanized, c a r b o n ...........................................
O the r m etallic co ate d sh eets and strip, carbon .............................................
Strip, h.r., carbon ........................................................................................................
B la ckpla te .....................................................................................................................
T in p late ..........................................................................................................................
Tin free steel ................................................................................................................
S heets, h.r., a llo y ........................................................................................................
H ot rolled bars, p lates and structural shapes .....................................................
P lates (other than flo o r plates), c a r b o n .............................................................
Heavy structural shapes, carbon .....................................................................
Bars, h.r., carbon .....................................
Bars, h.r., carbon, m e rchant quality
Bars, h.r., carbon, special quality ...
Bars, light structurals, carbon .............
C o ncrete reinforcing bars, carbon
Plates, alloy ...............................................
Heavy structural shapes, a llo y ...........
Bars, h.r. (including light structu ra ls), a llo y .......................................................
T o ol steel, high speed, a llo y ...............
To ol steel, o th e r tha n high speed, a llo y ............................................................
Plates, stainle ss
Bars, h.r., stainle ss
S teel w ir e .................
C arbon w ire
P lain w ire, c a r b o n ...................................................................................................
G alvan ize d wire, c a r b o n ......................................................................................
S ta in le ss w ir e ...........................................................................................................
S teel p ipe and t u b e s .....................................................................................................
Pipe a nd oil co un try tu b u lar goo ds, ca rb on .....................................................
S ta n da rd pipe, ca rb on ..........................................................................................
O il co u n try tu b u lar goo ds, c a r b o n ....................................................................
Casing (O CTG ), ca rb on ...................................................................................
M e ch an ica l tubing, c a r b o n ......................................................................................
Pipe and tubing, a llo y ................................................................................................
O il co u n try tu b u la r g oods, a llo y ........................................................................
C asing (OCTG), alloy ........................................................................................
Cold rolled sh ee ts and strip (excl. m e tallic co ate d and e le c tr ic a l) ..............
S heets, c.r., ca rb on ...................................................................................................
C old fin ishe d bars ..........................................................................................................
Bars, c.f., stainle ss ....................................................................................................
Bars, c.f., stainless, 3 00 se rie s .........................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .......................................................................................................
O th e r se co n d a ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
S te e l w ire p ro d u c ts ....................................................................................................

3312

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

113.3
113.0
98.1
93.0
110.8
89.9
86.5
88.4
84.4
103.5
113.3

112.7
112.4
98.1
93.0
110.7
90.2
86.8
88.8
84.7
103.5
111.8

113.1
112.8
98.1
93.0
110.7
90.7
87.5
89.7
84.7
103.5
111.5

1.3
1.4
10.0
2.5
4.2
3.2
7.6
10.1
8.2
12.5
.6

.4
.4
0
0
0
.6
.8
1.0
0
0
-.3

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

112.7
109.6
107.9
96.1
146.1
144.3

112.5
109.3
107.1
93.8
130.8
130.6

112.0
108.7
107.3
94.5
132.4
132.6

.8
2.3
-.6
-1 .7
-3.1
-3 .8

-.4
-.5
.2
.7
1.2
1.5

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

122.1
114.5
129.2
114.8
118.4
113.2
140.7
131.4
135.4
122.7
111.4
106.8
106.9
110.9
111.0
110.8
113.3
116.7
99.7
106.0
120.5
109.4
124.3
160.0
139.6
103.6
98.7
98.0
102.0
142.8
93.2
94.6
103.6
89.8
88.7
94.4
83.7
70.7
70.8
120.0
120.3
110.5
120.9
124.9

121.5
113.6
126.3

122.9
112.6
131.1
115.6
118.6
112.6
146.1
137.8
140.4
122.7
110.1
106.8
103.1
110.1
111.0
109.2
111.9
113.8
101.3
106.0
118.8
109.0
124.0
144.2
136.0
103.2
99.1
98.6
102.0
135.8
93.2
94.6
103.6
89.8
88.7

1.3
-2 .8
7.5
-2 .3
2.5
-.6
4.4
3.8
5.6
2.7
-1.1
0
-4 .0
-2 .2
-3 .5
-1.1
-1 .9
-2 .5
1.8
0
1.0
7.4
1.4
-9 .0
-.1
-.5
-.1
-.1
.6
-2 .7
1.6
.3
4.2
.8
1.0

1.2
-.9
3.8

(3)
83.7
70.7
70.8
119.7
120.2
108.8
117.3
120.5

(3)
5.9
1.3
1.1
4.5
4.8
-.9
-1 .7
-.9

(3)
(3)
-.4
-.2
.4
0
.2

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

90.4
102.0
108.7
120.2
103.9

90.4
101.9
107.7
118.2
103.9

90.4
101.9
107.5
117.9

-.7
-.8
-.6
-3 .8

0
0
-.2
-.3

(3)

(3)

E le ctro m e ta llu rg ica l p ro d u cts .................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
F e rro s ilic o n ........................................................................................................................
O th e r ferro a llo ys and p ro d u cts m ade in e lectric and o th e r furnaces,
e xce p t b la st furn a ce s ...........................................................................................
F e rro m o ly b d e n u m ......................................................................................................
O th e r ferro a llo ys .........................................................................................................

3313
3313-P
3313-3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

164.5
167.6
143.9

144.3
145.6
121.1

144.0
145.3
119.6

(3)

3 313-4
3313-451
3 31 3-46 9

0 6 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

203.1
101.7
121.7

173.9
99.7
114.5

174.3
98.1
114.5

3312-P
3 3 1 2-B
3312-B 63
3 3 1 2-C
3312-1
3 31 2-1 A
3312-111
3312-11111
3 31 2-11 2
3312-2
3312-213
3312-21311
3312-219
3312-236
3312-23611
3 31 2-25 6
3312-259
3312-3
3312-311
3 312-313
3312-315
3 312-317
3312-319
3 312-324
3312-326
3 312-328
3312-331
3312-4
3312-413
3312-41511
3 312-422
3312-42211
3312-42212
3 312-424
3312-425
3312-431
3 31 2-43 5
3312-441
3 31 2-44 8
3 312-449
3 312-453
3312-461
3 312-5
3 312-5A
3312-511
3 312-515
3312-551
3 312-6
3 31 2-6A
3312-611
3 312-619
3312-61911
3312-6C
3 312-6E
3312-633
3312-63311
3312-7
3312-711
3312-8
3312-851
3312-85111
3312-SM
3 3 1 2-M
3312-X Y 9
3312-S
3 312-SS S
3 3 1 5-S

See footnotes at end of table.




78

(3)
119.4
112.2
140.7
133.1
135.2
122.7
110.2
106.8
103.0
110.1
111.0
109.3
111.5
116.5
101.7
106.0
117.9
108.9
124.0
146.7
135.8
103.0
99.1
98.6
102.0
134.3
93.2
94.6
103.6
89.8
88.7
(3)
83.7
(3)
(3)
120.2
120.5
108.4
117.3
120.2

4.7
4.7

14.6
(3)
(3)

(3)
-.7
.4
3.8
3.5
3.8
.0
-.1
0
.1
0
0
-.1
.4
-2 .3
-.4
0
.8
.1
0
-1 .7
.1
.2
0
0
0
1.1
0
0
0
0
0
(3)
0

(3)
-.2
-.2
-1 .2
.2
-1 .6
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Un ad ju sted
perce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
^

O

E le ctrom eta llu rg ical p ro d u cts— C ontinued
O th e r p ro du cts m ade in e lectric and o th e r furnaces, e xcep t blast
furna ce s ................................................................................................................

331 3-49 8

S te e l w ire and rela ted p ro du cts - m fpm ............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N o ninsu la ted fe rro us w ire rope, ca ble and s tr a n d .............................................
W ire rope and c a b le ..................................................................................................
S te e l nails and s p ik e s ...................................................................................................
S teei w ire n a ils .................................................................. .........................................
B right nails ...............................................................................................................
W ire staples and tacks, cut nails and spikes .................................................
S teel w ire s ta p le s ...................................................................................................
S teel w ir e ...........................................................................................................................
Carbon w ire ..................................................................................................................
Plain wire, c a r b o n ...................................................................................................
O the r coated wire, carbon .................................................................................
S tainless w ir e ...........................................................................................................
O the r fabricated ferrous w ire p ro d u c ts ...................................................................
W elded steel wire f a b r i c ..........................................................................................
W elded steel w ire fabric (concrete reinforcing mesh) .............................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3315

Cold finishing of steel shapes - m fpm ...............................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C old rolled sheets and s t r ip .......................................................................................
Strip, c.r., carbon .......................................................................................................
C old finished bars ..........................................................................................................
Bars, c.f., c a rb o n .........................................................................................................
Bars, c.f., a llo y .............................................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................

3316

Steel pipe and tubes - m fp m .............................................................................. ...................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
S teel pipe and t u b e s .....................................................................................................
Pipe and oil co un try tu b u lar goods, ca rb on .....................................................
S tandard pipe, ca rb on ..........................................................................................
Line pipe, ca rb on ......
P ressure tubing, carbon
P ressure tubing, seam less, c a r b o n .................................................................
P ressure tubing, w elded, c a r b o n ......................................................................
M echanical tubing, carbon
M echanical tubing, w elded, carbon ................................................................
S tructural pipe and tubing, c a r b o n ...................................................................
Pipe and tubing, a llo y ...............................................................................................
O the r pipe and tubing (including standard pipe), stainless ....................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3317

3 3 1 5-P
3315-1
3315-111
3315-2
3 315-2A
3315-211
3315-2B
3315-223
3315-5
3315-5A
3315-511
3315-519
3315-551
3315-9
3315-96
3315-961
3315-SM
3315-S

3 31 6-P
3316-7
3316-715
3316-8
3316-811
3316-831
3316-S M

3 3 1 7-P
3317-6
331 7-6A
3317-611
3 317-612
3317-6B
3317-621
3317-622
3317-6C
3317-624
3317-627
3317-6E
3317-669
3317-SM
331 7-S

Sep.
19892

0 6 /8 3

109.1

107.1

110.1

0.5

2.8

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

110.4
108.9
113.9
116.2
107.7
109.3
108.5
106.6
106.2
104.0
99.6
98.9
102.9
143.1
108.5
104.5
105.1

110.5
109.0
114.8
116.5
107.7
109.3
108.5
106.6
106.2
104.3
100.0
99.3
103.3
142.3
107.5
101.8
102.3

110.4
108.9
114.8
116.5
107.7
109.3
108.5
106.6
106.2
104.1
99.9
99.3
102.9
141.3
107.5
101.8
102.3

2.3
1.9
4.5
3.1
.1
.8
2.4
-.4
-.4
1.8
.8
1.2
.1
7.9
1.1
-4 .9
-5 .6

-.1
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.2
-.1
0
-.4
-.7
0
0
0

oo
CD

June
19892

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

0 6 /8 2

127.2

127.2

127.2

1.5

0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

116.0
116.1
124.9
113.9
101.1
102.6
92.0

115.1
115.1
124.3
113.3
99.9
101.2
92.0

114.3
114.6
122.9
112.8
100.4
101.9
92.0

-2 .6
-2 .7
-4 .8
-9 .7
0
-.2
1.8

-.7
-.4
-1.1
-.4
.5
.7
0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

112.1
111.2
111.2
113.9
114.5
96.7
113.0
100.3
124.9
110.7
119.1
122.6
103.2
156.3

112.1
111.1
111.1
115.2
115.2

111.3
111.2
111.2
115.2
115.2
96.7

.4
1.2
1.2
2.1
5.8
-3 .4

-.7
.1
.1
0
0

(3)
103.8
151.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
110.4
118.8
123.0
105.1
136.4

(3)
(3)
(3)
1.8
2.1
.3
3.1
-1 0 .4

(3)
1.3
-1 0 .0

0 6 /8 2

114.5

(3)

112.6

-2 .0

(3)

(3)
112.8
(3)
(3)
110.3
118.6

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
.1
.2

Iron and steel fo u n d r ie s ...........................................................................................................

332

1 2 /8 4

108.4

109.4

109.2

3.1

-.2

G ray iron foundries ....................................................................................................................
Prim ary products .................................................................................................................
Cast iron pressure and soil pipe and fittin g s .......................................................
Pressure pipe and fitting s, d uctile ir o n ...............................................................
P ressure pipe, d uctile iron ..................................................................................
Pressure pipe fittings, d uctile ir o n ....................................................................
P ressure pipe and fittings, gray iron ...................................................................
P ressure pipe fittings, gray ir o n ........................................................................
Soil pipe and fittings, gray iron .............................................................................
Soil pipe, gray iron ....
O the r ductile iron castings ..........................................................................................
A utom otive uses ............
P assenger c a r s ..........
All o th e r a u to m o tive uses ...................................................................................
M ach ine ry u s e s ...........................................................................................................
All o th e r u s e s ..............................................................................................................
O the r gray iron c a s tin g s ..............................................................................................
M olds and sto o ls fo r heavy stee l in go ts ...........................................................
A u to m o tive uses .........................................................................................................
P assenger c a r s .......................................................................................................
All o th e r a uto m o tive uses ...................................................................................
C o nstructio n and u tility u s e s ..................................................................................
All o th e r u s e s ..............................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3321

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 6

120.9
120.1
130.9
111.8
105.4
99.9
124.9
108.8
183.9
110.4
100.3
101.7
121.6
99.6
102.3
99.2
103.5
102.5
101.3
115.0
121.9
107.8
107.9

122.1
120.9
133.8
111.8
105.4
99.9
127.7
111.3
194.1
113.0
100.6
102.3
122.5
99.8
102.1
98.6
103.9
102.5
101.8
115.3
123.1
108.9
108.2

121.9
120.8
133.2
111.8
105.4
99.9
127.6
111.1
191.7
113.0
100.9
102.6
122.8
100.3
103.2
98.7
103.8
102.5
101.7
115.3
122.8
108.8
108.0

2.4
2.1
5.0
0
0
0
3.1
3.1
14.9
7.6
2.3
2.6
3.0
1.0
4.2
.4
1.5
-.3
.8
.4
1.8
4.8
2.1

-.2
-.1
-.4
0
0
0
-.1
-.2
-1 .2
0
.3
.3
.2
.5
1.1
.1
-.1
0
-.1
0
-.2
-.1
-.2

1 2 /8 0

122.0

127.3

127.3

5.6

0

M alle a ble iron fo u n d r ie s ...........................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................

3322

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

110.4
110.1

109.3
108.8

110.0
109.7

.4
-.3

.6
.8

3321-P
3321-1
3321-111
3321-11101
3 321-11102
3321-121
3 321-12102
3321-131
3321-13101
3321-2
3321-222
3321-22201
3 32 1-22 2 02
3 321-233
3 32 1-23 9
3321-4
332 1-42 9
3 321-439
3321-43901
332 1-43 9 02
3 32 1-44 9
3 32 1-49 8
3 3 2 1 -SM
3 3 2 1 -S

3322-P

See footnotes at end of table.




79

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

M a lle a ble iron fo u n d rie s— C o ntinued
S ta n da rd m a lle a ble iron c a s tin g s .............................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

Oct.
19892

0 6 /8 1

3322-131
3322-S M
3322-S

Sep.
198 9 2

117.6

115.6

116.9

O ct. 1988

2.2

Sep. 1989

1.1

0 6 /8 1

112.2

112.2

112.2

4.7

0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6/8 1

158.7
156.6
146.6
158.9

160.2
158.2
141.0
162.1

160.0
158.0
147.3
160.5

5.2
5.3
4.5
5.6

-.1
-.1
4.5
-1 .0

0 6/8 1

189.8

190.5

190.2

3.7

-.2

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

116.7
118.9
114.1
107.7
117.6
129.8

116.9
119.1
114.1
107.7
117.6
129.7

116.7
118.9
114.0
107.7
117.5
129.6

4.0
4.8
5.5
11.6
2.6
4.0

-.2
-.2
-.1
0
-.1
-.1

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

130.8
123.7
124.6
121.7

130.7
124.5
126.7
121.9

130.6
123.9
124.5
122.0

4.0
3.5
.6
4.8

-.1
-.5
-1 .7
.1

0 6 /8 1

99.9

99.9

99.9

-2 .3

0

333

1 2 /8 0

134.6

130.3

129.6

-3 .9

-.5

3331
333 1 -P
3331-1
3331-2
3331-217
3331-226

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0

153.3
146.1

162.4
155.9

164.0
162.4

9.4
10.5

1.0
4.2

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
1 2 /8 7

135.4
139.1
85.5

154.4
158.4
97.9

158.4
160.5
103.6

5.7
5.9
5.1

2.6
1.3
5.8

3334-P
3334-7
3334-71111
3334-71113
3334-8

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0

152.0
155.8
154.3
161.6
118.2
162.8

134.3
137.4
136.5
145.4
109.4
140.4

131.7
135.1
134.5
145.9
106.7
135.9

-1 8 .2
-1 7 .8
-1 6 .6
-1 2 .6
(3)
-2 5 .9

-1 .9
-1 .7
-1 .5
.3
-2 .5
-3 .2

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 8

118.8
126.9
123.9
118.6

121.2
130.2
124.6
117.7

121.3
130.4
124.4
117.7

9.6
8.0
4.5
15.2

.1
.2
-.2
0

0 6 /8 0

70.6

71.1

71.1

15.4

0

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
50.7

100.5
101.1
105.8

98.9
99.1
112.7

98.6
98.8
115.5

-3 .2
-2 .3
21.5

-.3
-.3
2.5

(3)
126.6
105.9
103.0
117.7
98.7
182.4
179.7

(3>
(3)
(3)
112.8
130.8
108.3
180.0
177.3
50.5

(3)
130.3
109.0
113.3
132.3
107.8
178.1
175.5
50.7

(3)
28.6
18.1
12.4
7.8
8.2
8.4
8.5
-1 3 .0

(3)
(3)
(3)
.4
1.1
-.5
-1.1
-1 .0
.4

0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 8

(3)
79.8
86.4
130.7
91.7
98.9

(3)
77.9
92.2
116.0
80.2
84.3

(3)
77.0
93.6
112.8
77.5
83.0

(3)
-2 0 .3
30.4
-1 5 .7
-1 9 .5
-22.1

(3)
-1 .2
1.5
-2 .8
-3 .4
-1 .5

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 0

106.9
91.5
90.2

106.8

107.0

-7 .9

.2

(3)
89.9

(3)
90.3

(3)
-3 .9

(3)
.4

S teel in vestm en t f o u n d r ie s .....................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Ca rb on and low a llo y stee l in vestm en t c a s tin g s ................................................
High a llo y stee l in vestm en t castings, including stainle ss s t e e l.....................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3324

Steel foundries, n .e.c..................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
C arbon steel castings, e xcept in v e s tm e n t............................................................
R ailroad w h ee ls and s p e c ia ltie s ...........................................................................
All o th e r ca rbon steel castings, including rolls fo r rolling m i lls ................
High a llo y stee l ca stin g s .............................................................................................
High alloy stee l castings, inclu din g high m an ga ne se a nd stainle ss
s t e e l.........................................................................................................................
L ow allo y stee l c a s tin g s ..............................................................................................
R ailw ay sp ecia ltie s and rolls fo r rolling m ills ...................................................
A ll o th e r low alloy stee l c a s tin g s ..........................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................

3325

P rim ary sm e ltin g and refining o f n on ferrou s m e ta ls ......................................................
Prim ary co p p e r ............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S m elted c o p p e r ..............................................................................................................
R efined c o p p e r ................................................................................................................
C o pp e r ca th o de ..........................................................................................................
O the r refined c o p p e r .................................................................................................
Prim ary a lu m in u m ........................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Prim ary alum inum , excep t extrusion b ille t .............................................................
A lum inum ingot, u n a llo y e d ..................................................................................
O the r prim ary alum inum , e xc e p t extrusion b ille t ........................................
A lum inum extrusion b ille t ............................................................................................

3334

Prim ary n on ferrou s m etals, n .e.c............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O th e r non ferrou s m etals .............................................................................................
O the r n on ferrou s m etals, u n a llo y e d ....................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3339

3324-P
3 32 4-16 3
3324-165
3324-SM
3324-S

3325-P
3325-2
3325-214
3 32 5-21 9
3 325-4
3325-431
3 325-5
3325-551
3 32 5-55 9
3325-S M
3 325-S

3339-P
3339-7
3339-791
3339-SM
3339-S

3341
S econdary n on ferrou s m e tals ...............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
3341 -P
C o p p e r ................................................................................................................................
3341-2
3341-211
C opper, u n a llo y e d ......................................................................................................
3341-231
C opper, a llo y e d ...........................................................................................................
3341-23111
B rass ingot, alloyed ..............................................................................................
3341-3
Lead ...........................
3341-311
Lead, unalloyed ..
A ntim on ia l le a d ...
3341-321
3341-4
Z inc .....................................................................................................................................
3341-411
Z inc base alloys
P recious m etals
3341-5
G old
3341-515
0 6 /8 8
S ilv e r .........
3 34 1-52 5
O th e r n o n ferrou s m e tals .............................................................................................
3 341-6
A lu m in um
3341-7
Ing o t fo r die ca sting ..................................................................................................
334 1-71 5
O th e r a lu m in u m ...........................................................................................................
334 1-74 5
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
3 3 4 1 -SM
3341-M
M iscellan eo u s re ce ip ts .................................................................................................
S ales of n on ferrou s s c r a p ......................................................................................
3 3 4 1 -X 16
C o n tra ct to ll w o rk ......................................................................................................
3 3 4 1 -Y85

0 6 /8 0

R olling, dra w in g and extrud in g o f n on ferrou s m e tals ...................................................

335

1 2 /8 4

137.7

137.8

138.4

4.8

.4

R olling, draw ing and extrud in g o f c o p p e r ..........................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C o p p e r and co pp er-b ase a llo y w ir e .........................................................................
A llo y e d ............................................................................................................................
B a r e .............................................................................................................................
C o pp e r and co p p er-b ase a llo y rod, bar a nd s h a p e s ........................................

3351

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

148.2
154.7
146.7
136.1
144.9
168.1

160.0
167.0
155.6

160.8
167.9
156.5
136.5
145.4
171.7

9.7
12.0
6.8
2.8
2.8
14.5

.5
.5
.6

3 3 5 1 -P
3351-1
3351-131
3 35 1-13 1 14
3351-3

See footnotes at end of table.




80

(3)
(3)
166.7

(3)
(3)
3.0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
Un ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
code

Index
base
June
1 9892

159.8
162.0
153.5
178.8
174.3
155.8
153.2
147.9
156.6
155.0
142.5
137.2
147.1

162.8
160.2
172.8
173.9
169.6
170.1
171.7
166.8
169.4
168.1
167.6

1 2 /8 0

Sep. 1989

163.1
160.9
172.0
182.7
176.5
169.7
172.6
167.7
168.4
167.2
165.5

4.3
4.6
3.2
22.9
23.4
6.9
1.9
1.9
8.8
9.8
15.7

0.2
.4
-.5
5.1
4.1
-.2
.5
.5
-.6
-.5
-1 .3

(3)
144.5

(3)
147.2

(3)
4.7

(3)
1.9

108.4

116.9

117.0

-3 .3

.1

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

137.0
140.3
148.9
162.7
140.4
136.2
149.2

133.3
137.6
151.9
167.2
137.2
131.6
143.0

133.4
137.6
151.0
165.8
137.3
131.6
143.5

-1 .3
-.4
11.2
15.0
-.9
-5 .2
-8.1

.1
0
-.6
-.8
.1
0
.3

0 6 /8 1

134.0

132.1

130.9

-3 .8

-.9

12/81
1 2/81
12/81
12/81
12/81
12/81

141.2
144.8
146.8
155.4
148.3
160.5

134.1
136.2
137.6
145.9
126.2
162.2

133.7
135.7
136.9
145.4
125.1
162.2

-7 .7
-8 .8
-9 .3
-1 2 .7
-2 0 .7
-6 .2

-.3
-.4
-.5
-.3
-.9
.0

3 354-125
3354-12501
3 35 4-12 5 02
335 4-12 5 03
335 4-12 5 04
335 4-12 5 05
3 35 4-12 5 06
335 4-12 5 12

12/81
12/81
1 2/81
12/81
1 2/81
12/81
1 2/81
0 6 /8 7

141.2
148.9
139.3
136.3
144.9
127.4
156.3
132.5

130.8
145.0
137.2
120.7

129.5
145.0
136.2
118.6

-1 0 .9
-3 .7
-3 .2
-1 7 .2

-1 .0
0
-.7
-1 .7

(3)
123.2
149.3
127.6

(3)
123.2
143.9
126.9

(3)
-5 .2
-1 2 .8
-8 .2

(3)
0
-3 .6
-.5

335 4-12 8
3354-12801
335 4-13 9
3354-13911
3354-2
3354-251
3354-253
3354-SM
3354-S

12/81
1 2/81
0 6 /8 7
1 2/81
12/81
12/81
12/81

128.0
126.7
136.2
142.9
135.4
131.8
137.7

123.9
125.2
125.8
131.3
130.1
125.5
135.8

123.8
125.0
127.9
131.3
130.2
125.7
135.8

-6 .6
-2 .7
-6 .0
-6 .3
-6 .4
-7 .7
-1 .9

-.1
-.2
1.7
0
.1
.2
0

12/81

120.1

123.0

123.0

3.3

0

0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

139.7
136.2
116.5

131.5
130.6
106.3

129.3
127.6
100.9

-4.1
-4 .4
-1 0 .3

-1 .7
-2 .3
-5.1

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 2 /8 5
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2

132.2
132.2
182.9
192.3
99.4
104.8
137.7
142.6
119.6
121.8
73.9
110.2
110.0
120.4
122.3
96.0
93.7
140.4

132.2
131.9
179.2
185.1
102.1

.2
-.2
.7
-2 .0
21.7
22.7
18.1
25.8
-1 1 .2
-9 .9
-1 0 .2

-.8
-.8
-3 .6
-5 .8
.5

(3)
(3)
145.6
119.8
123.0
74.8
108.6
108.5
119.6
114.3
89.8
94.6
140.3

131.2
130.8
172.7
174.3
102.6
106.0
137.7
147.8
119.8
122.9
74.5
108.7
108.6
120.7
113.7
89.3
94.6
140.6

(3)
(3)
8.3
9.4
9.4
-7.1
26.9

(3)
(3)
1-5
0
-.1
-.4
.1
.1
.9
-.5
-.6
0
.2

0 6 /8 2

131.4

135.1

134.7

5.0

-.3

1 2 /8 2

152.0

153.5

156.1

15.2

1.7

3353

A lum inum e xtruded p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Extruded alum inum rod, bar, and o th e r extrud e d sh ap es e xcep t t u b e ......
E xtruded rod and bar w ith alloys o th e r than 2000 and 7000 s e r ie s ......
R o d ..............................................................................................................................
B a r ...............................................................................................................................
O the r e xtruded sh ap es e xcep t tube, w ith allo ys o th e r tha n 2000 and
7000 s e r ie s ...........................................................................................................
O th e r e xtruded shapes, circle size 1 to, n ot including 2 ........................
O the r e xtruded shapes, circle size 2 to, n ot inclu din g 3 .........................
O th e r e xtruded shapes, circle size 3 to, n ot including 4 ........................
O th e r extrud e d shapes, circle size 4 to, n ot inclu din g 5 ........................
O th e r e xtruded shapes, circle size 5 to, n ot including 6 ........................
O th e r e xtruded shapes, circle size 6 to, n ot including 1 0 ......................
O the r e xtruded shapes, circle size 10 and o v e r ........................................
O the r e xtruded sh ap es e xce p t tube, w ith allo ys w ith in 2000 and 7000
s e r ie s ......................................................................................................................
O th e r e xtruded shapes, circle sizes 1 to, n ot including 5 ......................
A lum inum e xtruded pipe ..........................................................................................
E xtruded pipe w ith allo ys o th e r than 2 000 and 7000 series ................
A lu m in um e xtruded and draw n t u b e .......................................................................
E xtruded tube, 6000 series ....................................................................................
D rawn tube, 6000 s e r ie s ..........................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
Secondary products ......................................................................................................

3354

A lum inum rolling and draw ing, n .e .c.....................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts ............................................................................................................ .
A lum inum and a lum in um -ba se alloy w ire and ca ble ........................................

3355

3353-P
3353-1
3353-113
3353-2
3353-231
3353-23115
3353-3
3353-351

3 355-P
3355-1

335 6
3356-P
3356-1
335 6-16 9
3356-2
3 35 6-27 4
3 35 6-27 5
335 6-27 8
3356-3
335 6-38 2
3356-38201
335 6-38 4
335 6-38 4 13
3356-9
3356-954
3 356-95412
3356-961
3356-992
3356-SM
3356-S
3357

See footnotes at end of table.




1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0

Oct. 1988

3351-311
3 351-31 1 15
3 35 1-31118
3351-332
3351-33 2 18
3351-4
3351-413
3351-41322
3351-435
3351-43526
3351-5
3351-518
3351-538
3 35 1 -SM
3 351-S

A lum inum sheet, plate, foil and w elded tube p ro d u c ts ................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
A lum inum p la t e ...............................................................................................................
H e a t-tre a ta b le ...............................
A lum inum s h e e t ...............................
C oiled, nonheat-treatable, bare
Coiled, n onheat-treatable, bare, all o th e rs ...................................................
A lum inum foil ...................................
Plain alum inum foil (under .006 in . ) .....................................................................

N onferrous w ire draw ing and in s u la tin g .............................................................................

Oct.
1 9892

3354-P
3354-1
3354-115
3354-11511
3354-11 5 12

Rolling, draw ing and e xtruding o f c o p p e r— C ontinued
U nalloyed c o p p e r bars, sh ap es and n on -e le ctrica l r o d ...............................
R o d ..............................................................................................................................
Bars and s h a p e s ....................................................................................................
C o pp e r-b a se alloy rod, bar and sh ap es ............................................................
R o d ..............................................................................................................................
C o pp e r and co p p er-b ase allo y sheet, strip and p la t e ......................................
U nalloyed co pp er fla t p ro d u c ts .......... ..................................................................
S tr ip .............................................................................................................................
C opper-base alloy fla t p ro d u c ts ............................................................................
S tr ip .............................................................................................................................
C o pper and co pp er-base alloy pipe and t u b e .....................................................
Unalloyed pipe and tube, n o n -p lu m b in g ............................................................
C opper-base alloy pipe and tube, n o n -p iu m b in g ............................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary products ......................................................................................................

Rolling, draw ing and e xtruding o f n o n ferrou s m etals, e xce p t co p p e r and
a lu m in u m ................................................................................................................................
Prim ary P ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
N ickel and nickel-b ase alloy mill sh ap es ..............................................................
Rod, bar, and o th e r nickel mill shapes, e xce p t w ir e .....................................
Titanium mill sh apes .....................................................................................................
Forging and extrusion b ille t ....................................................................................
Plate, sh ee t and s t r ip ...............................................................................................
O the r titanium mill shapes, e xce p t w ire ...........................................................
Precious m etal mill s h a p e s .........................................................................................
G old mill s h a p e s .........................................................................................................
S he e t and p la t e ......................................................................................................
S ilver mill s h a p e s ........................................................................................................
O th e r silver mill shapes, e xcep t w ire .............................................................
O the r n on ferrou s m etal mill sh ap es .......................................................................
Lead mill s h a p e s ........................ ................................................................................
O ther lead mill shapes, excep t pow der and w ire ......................................
Zirconium mill shapes, excep t w ir e .....................................................................
O the r n on ferrous m etal w ire ..................................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
Secondary p roducts ......................................................................................................

Sep.
19892

81

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Q O)
.
C 00
D

N o n fe rro u s w ire draw ing and in sulatin g — C ontin u ed
P rim ary p ro d u c ts ...........................................................................................................
A lu m in um and alum in um -ba se alloy bare w ire and ca b le ........................
A lum inum and a lum in um -ba se a llo y bare w ire a nd c a b le .....................
C o pper & co pp er-base alloy w ire & c a ble fo r e lectrical transm ission,
incl. bare & tin n e d ............................................................................................
Bare w ire fo r e lectrical tra n s m is s io n .............................................................
Bare strand and cable fo r e lectrical tra n s m is s io n ....................................
O the r bare n on ferrou s m etal w ir e ......................................................................
Fiber o ptic c a b le ........................................................................................................
Fiber o ptic c a b le ...................................................................................................
E le ctron ic w ire and c a b le ......................................................................................
Coaxial cable, arm ored or unarm ored ..........................................................
Rigid and s e m irig id ...........................................................................................
Flexible .................................................................................................................
H ook-up wire, shielded and n onshielded ....................................................
Less than 135 C tem pe ra ture rating ........................................................
M u ltico nd u cto r e lectron ic w ire and cable, shielded and nonshielded
F lat and ribbon c a b le ......................................................................................
M u ltico nd u cto r cable, excluding fla t and ribbon ...................................
O the r e lectron ic w ire and c a b le ......................................................................
T e le ph on e and teleg ra ph w ire and cable .......................................................
Inside w iring c a b le ................................................................................................
E xchange area and toll te lep ho n e c a b le .....................................................
T h e rm o pla stic insulated, polye thylen e co vered ....................................
O the r telep ho n e and teleg ra ph w ire and c a b le ........................................
C o n tro l and signal w ire and ca b le .....................................................................
S ignal w ire and c a b le ..........................................................................................
C o n tro l w ire and cable, e xclud in g e le v a to r ca ble ....................................
B uilding w ire and ca ble w ith u n d e rw rite rs’ la b e ls ........................................
T h e rm o se t in sulate d (R, RH, RHH, RHW , e tc.) .......................................
T h e rm o p la stic in s u la te d .....................................................................................
Fla m e re ta rd a n t n ylon (TH H N , T H W N ) ....................................................
M o istu re and h ea t re sista n t (T H W )............................................................
N o n m e ta llic b ra nch circu it und ergrou n d f e e d e r ........................................
O th e r building w ire and c a b le ..........................................................................
A pp a ratu s w ire a nd c o rd a g e .................................................................................
F lexible c o rd a g e ....................................................................................................
T h e rm o p la stic in s u la te d ..................................................................................
P ow er su pp ly co rd ...........................................................................................
A pp lia n ce fixture w ir e ..........................................................................................
M a g ne t w ire ................................................................................................................
Film co ate d, 44 to 7 A W G and la rger, cla ss 155 ....................................
Film co ate d, 44 to 7 A W G am d larger, cla ss 180 ...................................
Film co ate d, 44 to 7 A W G and larger, cla ss 2 00 ....................................
P ow er w ire and c a b le .............................................................................................
P lastic and ru b be r insulated, u nd er 601 vo lts ...........................................
P orta b le co rd and c a b le .................................................................................
U n de rg ro u nd d istrib utio n c a b le ....................................................................
T h e rm o p la stic and th e rm o se t in sulate d ca ble ......................................
P la stic a nd ru b be r insulate d, 601 vo lts and h ig h e r .................................
T h e rm o p la stic and th e rm o se t in sulate d ca ble ......................................
O th e r p o w e r w ire and c a b le .............................................................................
O th e r in sulate d w ire and ca ble ...........................................................................
A u to m o tive in sulate d w ire and c a b le ............................................................
Airfra m e , shipboard, and gro un d su pp ort cable, e xce p t coaxia l and
ig n itio n ...............................................................................................................
O th e r in sulate d o r co ve re d w ire a nd c a b le ................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m isce lla n e o u s r e c e ip t s .............................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................

3357-P
3 357-A
3 3 5 7 -A 1 1
3357-B
3357-B51
3357-B71
3357-C
3357-E
3 3 5 7 -E 1 1
3357-1
3 357-115
3357-11501
335 7-11 5 02
3 357-123
3 35 7-12 3 02
3 357-125
3357-12501
3 35 7-12 5 02
3 357-198
3 357-2
3 357-246
3 35 7-28 2
3 35 7-28 2 02
3 35 7-29 8
3 357-3
3357-311
3 35 7-31 2
3 357-4
3 35 7-43 9
3357-441
3 357-44101
3 35 7-44 1 03
3 357-448
335 7-45 8
3 357-6
335 7-61 2
3 35 7-61 2 02
3 35 7-61 2 04
3 357-616
3357-7
3 357-704
335 7-70 5
3 357-706
3357-8
3 357-808
3357-80801
3 35 7-80 8 02
335 7-80 8 03
3357-831
3 35 7-83103
3 357-898
3357-9
3357-901
3 357-903
3 357-998
3357-SM
3 357-S

CD CD
/

O ct.
198 9 2

1 2 /8 2

154.4

156.2

159.0

15.7

1 2 /8 8

110.0

97.2

97.8

(3)

.6

1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8

91.5
97.9

93.2
102.5

91.4
90.9

(3)
(3)

-1 .9
-1 1 .3

1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 0 /8 6
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 0 /8 6
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

99.7
137.5
147.9
103.1
101.8
122.7
108.5
143.1
105.5
105.0
131.3
172.3
184.3
118.4
165.0
210.0
130.1
140.2
123.6
154.2
76.1
77.3
156.1
143.9
148.3
146.0
124.8
103.6
101.5
100.4
97.7
142.3
90.7
134.3
149.9
135.6
97.0
98.5
94.7
121.5
98.7
95.7
156.1
139.7
145.7

99.8
136.7
149.7
105.2
101.6
113.4
106.3
142.9
105.5
104.8
133.0
165.9
181.2
113.0
157.6
210.8
129.9
139.2
123.6
168.0
80.2
84.7
167.4
163.1
164.2
152.3
130.4
100.2
101.6
101.2
103.4
152.5
95.3
144.2
160.3
135.2
96.8
94.6
91.2
128.0
98.2
99.5
156.5
146.6
151.8

99.6
137.3
149.7
105.2
101.6
113.6
106.7
145.1
105.5
106.6
125.7
164.1
184.7
111.2
155.1
2 09.8
130.4
141.4
123.6
186.9
88.4
95.2
190.0
181.6
182.7
158.0
135.9
101.3
104.6
101.4
109.7
155.7
97.5
147.2
164.4
136.8
98.7
98.7
91.6
129.1
98.7
100.5
157.6
148.1
152.5

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
6.0
10.5
4.2

-.2
.4
0
0
0
.2
.4
1.5
0
1.7
-5 .5
-1.1
1.9
-1 .6
-1 .6
-.5
.4
1.6
0
11.3
10.2
12.4
13.5
11.3
11.3
3.7
4.2
1.1
3.0
.2
6.1
2.1
2.3
2.1
2.6
1.2
2.0
4.3
.4
.9
.5
1.0
.7
1.0
.5

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

131.3
116.3

(3)
123.5

(3)
125.4

(3)
12.6

(3)
1.5

1 2 /8 2

170.6

164.3

165.1

15.5

.5

June
198 9 2

Oct. 1988

(3)
8.0
5.6
(3)
(3)
-.3
(3)
13.6
(3)
(3)
2.3
17.6
(3)
(3)
22.7
3.9
11.3
(3)
10.1
24.7
(3)
(3)
35.3
37.0
31.3
10.5
14.3
(3)
2.9
(3)
(3)
8.7
(3)
4.2
10.2
5.8

Sep. 1989

1.8

N o nfe rro u s fou n d rie s (c a s tin g s )......................................................................................

3 36

1 2 /8 4

120.3

120.3

120.2

4.9

-.1

Alum inum fou n dries .............................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................................................
A lum inum and a lum inum -base alloy die c a s tin g s ........................................
M o tor ve hicle die c a s tin g s .................................................................................
Die ca sting s fo r passe ng e r cars ................................................................
Die ca sting s fo r o th e r m o tor ve hicles ......................................................
A lum inum and a lum inum -base a llo y die castings, o th e r .......................
Die ca sting s fo r b uilding and co n stru ctio n u s e s ...................................
Die ca sting s fo r indu stria l m a ch ine ry u s e s .............................................
Die ca sting s fo r e le ctrica l u s e s ...................................................................
O th e r die castings, n .e .c .................................................................................
Alum inum and alum inum -base alloy sand c a s tin g s .....................................
M o tor ve hicle sand ca sting s ............................................................................
A lum inum and alum inum -base alloy sand castings, o t h e r ....................
O the r sand castings, n .e .c..............................................................................
Alum inum and alum inum -base a llo y p erm an e nt and sem i-perm anent
m old c a s tin g s .....................................................................................................

3361
3 3 6 1 -P
3361-1
3361-111
3361-11111
3 361-11 1 12
3 361-115
3361-11511
3 361-11 5 12
3 361-11 5 13
3 361-11 5 14
3361-2
3361-211
3 361-215
3 36 1-21 5 14

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

126.7
126.0
130.3
128.5
128.8
125.7
132.5
141.7
128.3
130.8
122.3
127.5
123.4
136.3
126.6

126.5
125.5
129.0
127.9
128.1
126.0
130.3
139.7
127.8
125.7
119.2
127.0
123.4
135.3
127.0

126.2
125.2
128.5
127.4
128.1
121.3
129.9
138.8
127.8
125.0
118.8
126.5
122.9
134.7
126.6

3.7
3.3
1.5
.8
1.3
-3 .3
2.3
4.2
4.7
-3 .8
-.4
5.8
11.0
1.4
5.6

-.2
-.2
-.4
-.4
0
-3 .7
-.3
-.6
0
-.6
-.3
-.4
- .4
-.4
-.3

3361-3

0 6 /8 3

121.2

122.2

122.1

6.9

-.1

See footnotes at end of table.




82

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 from —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

A lum inum fo u n d rie s— C o ntinued
M o tor ve hicle p e rm an e nt and se m i-p e rm a ne n t m old ca sting s ................
A lum inum and alum in um -ba se alloy p e rm an e nt and se m i-p e rm a ne n t
m old castings, o t h e r .........................................................................................
O the r p erm an e nt and sem i-perm anent mold castings, n .e .c..................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Sep.
19892

O ct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

3361-311

(3)

125.2
129.7

125.0
128.6

6.8
3.6

-0 .2
-.8

0 6 /8 3

130.7

132.3

132.4

6.3

.1

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

127.8
126.3
124.9
124.9
136.6
135.0

127.9
126.5
125.2
125.2
136.6
135.0

128.6
127.3
125.2
125.2
139.9
138.2

6.5
7.4
5.8
5.8
13.7
13.7

.5
.6
0
0
2.4
2.4

0 6 /8 3

134.1

134.1

134.1

2.9

0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

133.6
132.6
138.3
135.1
118.9
146.7
120.8
110.9

133.8
133.2
138.2
135.0

133.8
133.1
138.2
135.0
120.7
145.2
124.2
110.8

7.2
7.7
9.7
9.8
7.3
11.2
.9
-1 .4

.0
-.1
0
0
(3)
-.2
-.1
-.1

3398

Prim ary m etal products, n.e.c..................................................................................................
Prim ary products .................................................................................................................
M etal pow ders, paste, and f la k e s ............................................................................
A lum inum and alum inum base a llo y ....................................................................
C opper and co pp er-base a llo y ..............................................................................
Iron and steel ..............................................................................................................
O ther nonferrous p o w d e rs ......................................................................................
O the r n on ferrous paste and flakes, n .e .c ..........................................................
O ther prim ary m etal p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................
O ther prim ary m etal products, n .e.c.....................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
Secondary p roducts ......................................................................................................

(3)

123.1
125.1

339

M etal h eat tre a tin g .....................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
M etal heat tre atin g service s-S ou th C entral .........................................................
Harden and te m p e r ...................................................................................................
C ase h a rd e n in g ...........................................................................................................
O th e r m etal heat tre atin g s e rv ic e s ......................................................................
M etal h eat tre atin g s e rv ic e s -M ic h ig a n ....................................................................
Harden and tem pe r ...................................................................................................
C ase h a rd e n in g ...........................................................................................................
M etal heat tre atin g se rvice s-N o rth C e n tr a l...........................................................
Harden and te m p e r ...................................................................................................
C ase h a rd e n in g ...........................................................................................................
O the r m etal heat tre atin g s e rv ic e s ......................................................................
M etal heat tre atin g service s-P acific C oast ...........................................................
H arden and tem pe r ...................................................................................................
O the r m etal heat tre atin g s e rv ic e s ......................................................................
M etal h eat tre atin g s e rv ic e s -S o u th w e s t................................................................
Case h a rd e n in g ...........................................................................................................
O the r m etal heat treating s e r v ic e s ......................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................

(3)

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

3369

M iscellan eo u s prim ary m etal p ro d u c ts ...............................................................................

119.7

3362

N o nfe rro u s foundries, n .e .c......................................................................................................
Prim ary pro du cts .................................................................................................................
Z in c and zinc-base alloy c a s tin g s ............................................................................
Z in c and zinc-b ase a llo y die c a s tin g s ................................................................
M o tor ve hicle die castings ..................................................................................
O the r die castings, n .e.c.......................................................................................
O the r nonferrous castings, excluding alum inum and c o p p e r ........................
O th e r n o n ferrou s ca sting s and ca st p roducts, n .e .c ......................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

119.6

3 361-315
3361-31514
3 36 1 -SM
3 36 1 -S

Brass, bronze and co pp er fo u n d r ie s ...................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts ................................................................................................................
Copper and co pp er-base a lloy sand c a s tin g s .....................................................
C opper and co pper-base alloy sand castings ................................................
O the r co pp er and copper-base alloy ca stings ....................................................
O the r co pp er and co pper-base alloy castings, n .e .c.....................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

0 6 /8 3

3399

3362-P
3362-1
3362-111
3362-2
3 36 2-21 4
3362-S M
3362-S

3369-P
3369-1
3369-151
3369-15111
3369-15112
3369-3
3369-391
3369-SM
3369-S

(3)
145.5
124.3
110.9

3399-P
3399-1
3399-111
3399-133
3399-155
3399-166
3399-198
3399-2
3399-298
3399-SM
3399-S

133.6

132.1

132.2

5.9

.1

0 6 /8 5

3398-P
3398-3
3398-331
3 398-332
3 398-333
3398-4
3398-441
3398-442
3398-6
3398-661
339 8-66 2
339 8-66 3
339 8-7
3398-771
339 8-77 3
3398-8
3398-882
3398-883
3398-SM

0 6 /8 3

116.3

115.3

115.3

1.2

0

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

105.5
105.4
105.5
108.9
103.8
100.8
100.8
101.3
102.0
106.0
109.9
102.6
103.2
108.3
114.5
106.9
104.2
105.8
110.6

105.4
105.7
105.5
108.9
103.8
100.8
100.8
101.3
102.0
106.0
109.9
102.6
103.2
108.3
114.5
106.9
106.2
105.8

105.6
106.0
107.3
112.9
103.8
100.8
100.8
101.3
102.0
106.0
109.9
102.6
103.2
108.3
114.5
106.9
106.3

2.3
1.8
3.3
6.0
1.0
.8
.4
1.3
.8
1.7
1.8
2.4
.6
2.1
1.0
4.5
2.6

.2
.3
1.7
3.7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.1

(3)

(3)
117.9

(3)
9.5

(3)
(3)

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

130.7
128.9
132.2
158.4
130.7
115.7
129.7
102.9
111.4
111.5

128.3
126.4
129.2
157.2
133.1
115.6
123.5
102.9
111.7
111.8

127.8
125.9
128.8
157.2
133.8
115.3
122.8
102.9
110.6
110.6

.7
1.5
1.5
.1
10.2
3.3
0
.9
1.8
2.2

-.4
-.4
-.3
0
.5
-.3
-.6
0
-1 .0
-1.1

0 6 /8 5

147.4

145.3

145.5

-4 .8

.1

F abricated metal products, excep t m achinery and tra nsp o rtatio n
equipm ent .............................................................................................................................

34

1 2 /8 4

112.5

113.2

113.8

4.1

.5

M etal cans and shipping c o n ta in e rs ....................................................................................

341

1 2 /8 4

103.8

105.1

106.9

4.2

1.7

M etal cans ....................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S teel cans .........................................................................................................................
Steel cans, f o o d ..........................................................................................................
F ruit and fruit juice can .......................................................................................
V egetable and ve ge tab le juice can ................................................................
Can, o th e r foo d s (including s o u p s ) ..................................................................
S teel cans, general packaging (including pet f o o d ) ......................................
P aint and varnish c a n ...........................................................................................
A erosol c a n ..............................................................................................................
Can, o th e r n o n -fo o d ..............................................................................................

3411

0 6/8 1
0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/81
1 2 /8 6
0 6/8 1

113.7
112.8
117.2
122.3
132.1
113.2
132.0
119.2
127.2

115.2
114.3
118.0
123.7
134.8
112.9
135.1
119.2
127.2

117.5
116.4
118.0
123.7
134.8
112.9
135.1
119.2
127.2

4.5
3.5
3.3
3.1
3.8
2.3
2.3
3.9
3.2

2.0
1.8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
129.0

(3)
129.0

(3)
129.0

(3)
4.9

(3)

3 4 1 1-P
3411-1
3411-1B
3411-117
3 411-119
3411-131
3 411-1C
3411-137
3411-139
3411-141

See footnotes at end of table.




83

0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

M etal ca n s— C ontinued
A lu m in um ca ns ................................................................................................................
A lu m in um cans, beve ra ge ......................................................................................
S o ft drink can ..........................................................................................................
B eer c a n ....................................................................................................................
M etal can co m p o n e n ts (steel and a lum inum ) .....................................................
M etal can c o m p o n e n ts (steel and a lu m in u m ).................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
M etal barrels, drum s, and p a ils .............................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
S te e l p a ils ..........................................................................................................................
1 1 1 / 4 in. dia.: full re m o vab le h e a d ....................................................................
A ll o th e r d iam ete rs ....................................................................................................
S teel shipping b arrels and d rum s ............................................................................
A ll exc. 14-in. dia.: 18 gage & heavier: 50 gal. & over: tig h t h e a d .........
A ll exc. 14-in. dia.: 18 gage & heavier. 50 gal. & over: ope n head .......
All exc. 14-in. dia.: 19 & 20 gage (incl. 2 0 /1 8 ): 50 gal. & over:
tig ht h e a d ...............................................................................................................
A ll exc. 14-in. dia.: 19 & 20 gage (incl. 2 0 /1 8 ): 50 gal. & over:
open head .............................................................................................................
A ll e xcep t 14-in. dia.: lig h te r tha n 20 gage ......................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3 411-2
3 4 1 1-2 A
3411-211
3411-213
3411-3
3411-311
3411-S M
3 4 1 1-S

Sep.
19892

O ct.
19892

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

107.6
107.5
110.6
104.9
105.3
105.3

110.1
110.1
115.0
104.7
105.6
105.6

114.8
114.8

4.8
4.8

4.3
4.3

(3)
106.1
106.3
106.3

(3)
.3
-6 .9
-6 .9

(3)
1.3
.7
.7

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

0 6 /8 1

136.0

136.0

141.1

19.8

3.8

3 41 2-P
3412-1
3412-121
3412-129
3412-2
3 412-225
3412-227

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 9 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

114.9
115.9
126.4
138.7
122.8
113.2
113.6
105.1

115.3
116.3
126.4
138.7
123.2
113.8
113.3
105.4

115.1
116.1
126.4
138.7
123.2
113.6
113.3
105.4

.5
.4
.3
1.9
2.3
.5
1.8
.7

-.2
-.2
0
0
0
-.2
0
0

3 41 2-22 9

0 6 /8 3

115.8

118.0

117.2

2.5

-.7

3412-231
3412-237
3412-SM
341 2-S

0 6 /8 3
0 8 /8 3

106.8
111.8

106.8

106.9

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 3

105.7

105.5

105.5

3412

1.9
(3)

.1
(3)

3.4

0

Cutlery, hand tools, and general hardw are ......................................................................

342

1 2 /8 4

111.4

112.3

113.3

5.1

.9

C utlery .............................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
C utlery, scissors, shears, trim m ers, and s n ip s ....................................................
Kitchen cutlery, incl. knives, forks, and cle ave rs ...........................................
P ocket knives & o th e r folding blade k n iv e s .....................................................
S cissors & shears, incl. hshld types, excl. barber, pinking &
tail, shears, e tc .............................................................................................
M e tal-cutting shears, incl. aviation & tin n e rs ’ snips, bx, & w ire
fil. c u tt e r s ...............................................................................................................
All o th e r scissors & shears, incl. hedge & grass shears & pruners
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3421
342 1 -P
3421-1
3421-121
3421-141

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

117.4
119.1
116.5
120.4
131.4

117.6
119.5
117.2
124.1
131.4

117.7
119.5
117.3
124.1
131.4

6.0
6.4
7.2
9.6
9.8

.1
0
.1
0
0

3421-153

1 2 /8 3

124.5

124.5

125.3

4.4

.6

3421-157
3421-159
3421-SM
3 42 1 -S

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

110.1
116.8

110.1
116.8

110.1
116.9

3.3
6.0

0
.1

1 2 /8 3

118.7

118.7

118.7

8.4

0

Hand and edge tools, n .e .c......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M e ch an ics’ hand service t o o ls ..................................................................................
P lie r s ................................................................................................................................
S lip jo in t pliers .........................................................................................................
Solid jo in t p lie r s ......................................................................................................
W r e n c h e s .......................................................................................................................
S ocke ts fo r h and-operated w renches ............................................................
C o m bination open-end and box w r e n c h e s ...................................................
T o rque w r e n c h e s ....................................................................................................
A djusta ble wrenches, including pipe w r e n c h e s ...........................................
All o th e r w r e n c h e s .................................................................................................
S c re w d r iv e rs .................................................................................................................
A uto m o tive jacks, m echanical, excluding hydraulic and pneum atic .
T o ols fo r a utom otive use, excluding ja c k s .......................................................
A ll o th e r m e ch an ics’ hand service too ls ...........................................................
Edge tools, hand o perated .........................................................................................
Axes, adzes, and h a tc h e ts .....................................................................................
M achine knives, e xcep t m etal c u ttin g ................................................................
C h is e ls ............................................................................................................................
Professional and c ra fts m e n ’s edge hand t o o l s ..............................................
A ll oth e r edge t o o ls ...................................................................................................
Files, rasps, and file accesso rie s and o th e r hand t o o l s .................................
S ho ve ls,spa de s, sco op s, te leg ra ph spoons, and s c ra p e rs ........................
Light forge d h am m ers, und er 4 pounds, exclud in g ball peen ham m ers
H eavy forge d ham m ers, sle dg e s (4 pou nd s and over), picks, pick
m a tto cks, and m a u ls .........................................................................................
S teel goo ds, including forks, hoes, rakes, w eeders, e tc ..............................
O th e r hand too ls, e xce p t edge to o ls ..................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
C o n tra ct w o rk and o th e r m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...........................................
R e sales ..........................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c t s ......................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................................

3423
3423-P
3423-1
3423-111
3423-11112
3423-11113
3423-113
3423-11321
3423-11324
3423-11325
3423-11326
3423-11327
3423-114
3423-115
3423-116
3423-117
3423-2
3423-231
3423-255
3423-283
3423-285
3423-298
3 423-3
3423-311
3423-321

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

123.1
123.5
124.2
114.9
116.1
114.6
125.9
126.4
126.7
132.0
123.3
123.3
125.0
121.5
126.1
122.6
116.7
122.1
110.1

124.0
124.5
124.5
114.9
116.1
114.6
125.9
126.4
126.5
132.0

5.0
6.3
7.1
4.9
1.6
6.2
5.1
5.2
6.2

.4
.5
.8
0
0
0
1.0
1.5
1.7
0

(3)
123.3
125.0
123.9
126.7
123.3
118.7
123.4

124.5
125.1
125.5
114.9
116.1
114.6
127.1
128.3
128.6
132.0
123.3
126.1
127.2
123.9
126.6
124.1
118.6
123.4

(3)
140.8

(3)
140.8

(3)
121.8
127.8
141.8

(3)
121.5
128.0
141.8

(3)
(3)
(3)
10.1
5.3
6.1

(3)

(3)
123.5
117.4
126.0
136.1
117.6

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

(3)
134.0
122.4

131.2
140.8
123.1

133.1
140.8
123.5

(3)
3.2
6.3

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

117.9
117.9
117.9
125.8
125.8

117.7

117.7

-6.1

(3)
117.7
127.1

(3)
117.7
127.1

(3)
-6.1
6.0

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

H and saw s and saw b lad e s ...................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
H a nd sa w s and han dsa w b la d e s ...............................................................................

3425

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

116.7
118.0
120.9

117.4
118.8
125.8

117.5
118.9
125.8

3423-331
3423-341
3423-398
3423-SM
3423-M
3423-X Y 9
342 3-Z 89
3423-S
3423-S S

3425-P
3425-1

See footnotes at end of table.




84

(3)
4.9
6.9
6.6
12.3
(3)
6.1
5.4
9.6

2.1
2.5
5.4

(3)
2.3
1.8
0
-.1
.6
-.1
0
0
(3)
-.2
.2
0

1.4
0
.3
0
0
0

.1
.1
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

H and saw s and saw b lad e s— C ontinued
W o o dw o rking p ow e r saw b la d e s ............................................................................
C ircular saw b la d e s ..................................................................................................
S olid t o o t h ...............................................................................................................
Inserted to o th ................................. .......................................................................
B an d saw b la d e s ........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r w o o d w o rkin g p ow e r saw b la d e s .......................................................
M etalw orking p ow er saw b la d e s .............................................................................
C ircular saw blades, including separate inserted t e e t h ..............................
B andsaw b la d e s ........................................................................................................
O the r m etalw orking pow er saw b la d e s .............................................................
All o th e r pow er saw blades, including concrete, m asonry, and abrasive
saw b la d e s ..............................................................................................................
A ll o th e r pow er saw blades, including co ncrete, m asonry, and
abrasive saw b la d e s ........................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts .................................................
M iscellaneous receipts ................................. .............................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts .....................................................................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ..................................................................................................
Hardw are, n .e.c............................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ...............................................................................................................
F urniture hardw are, excluding ca bin e t hardw are ..............................................
D raw er pulls and h a n d le s ......................................................................................
F urniture c a s te r s .......................................................................................................
O the r furniture h a rd w a re ........................................................................................
B uilders’ h a rd w a re ........................................................................................................
D oorlocks, locksets, and locktrim , excep t arch itectu ral trim sold
s eparately ............................................................................................................
Cylindrical, e xcep t d ea dlocks and la tc h e s ......................................... .........
Tubular, e xcep t d e a dlocks and la tche s .......................................................
Tubular and m ortise d ea dlocks and latches ..............................................
All o th e r types .......................................................................................................
Key b la n k s ...................................................................................................................
S creen and storm d oo r hardw are, including hydraulic and pneum atic
c lo s e r s ...................................................................................................................
W indow hardw are, including w in d ow lo c k s .....................................................
D oor controls, closers, and checking d e v ic e s ...............................................
S urface a p p lie d ..................................................................................................
Hinges, excluding ca bin e t hinges, including spring h in g e s .......................
B utt hinges: 3 1 /2 in ch x 3 1 /2 inch, and u nder .....................................
O the r hinges ...........................................................................................................
C abine t h a rd w a re ......................................................................................................
C a bine t h in g e s .......................................................................................................
C abinet knobs, pulls, c a tc h e s ...........................................................................
O th e r ca bin e t hardw are, including d ra w er s lid e s ......................................
H angers, tracks, and related item s ....................................................................
O ther b uilders’ hardw are .......................................................................................
M o to r ve h icle h a r d w a re ........................................................ .....................................
O th e r m o tor ve hicle h ardw are .............................................................................
O the r tra n sp o rta tio n e qu ip m e nt hardw are, e xce p t m o tor ve hicle
h a r d w a re ..................................................................................................................
M arine hardw a re .......................................................................................................
A ircraft h a rd w a re .......................................................................................................
O th e r hardw are, n .e .c...................................................................................................
C asters and w heels, fo r dollies and industrial h a n dtrucks ........................
Tru n k and luggage hardw are, including lo cks ...............................................
O th e r h a r d w a re .........................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s .................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ....................................................................................................
H eating equipm ent, e xcept e lectric and w arm air; and plum bing
fix tu r e s ..................................................................................................................................

Sep.
19892

Oct.
1 9892

107.8
104.9
108.9
93.8

108.2
105.6
110.1
93.8

2.9
2.9
3.3
2.3

(3)
(3)
126.9
98.2
130.7

(3)
(3)
126.9
98.2
130.7

(3)
(3)
1.2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

3425-2
3 42 5-21 2
3425-21211
3 42 5-21 2 13
342 5-21 6
3 425-219
3425-3
3425-331
342 5-33 6
3 42 5-33 9

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 7 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

107.8
104.9
108.9

(3)

(3)

(3)

3425-4

0 6 /8 3

(3)

122.6

122.6

(3)

0

3425-411
3425-S M
3425-M
3425-S
3425-S S

0 6 /8 3

(3)

122.6

122.6

(3)

0

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

(3)
107.5
107.5

117.5
107.8

117.5
108.4

(3)
1.2

.0
.6

(3)

(3)

3429-P
3429-2
3 42 9-21 4
3 429-253
3 429-298
3429-4

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

105.9
104.7
110.8
110.8
103.3
117.9
111.5

106.9
105.6
110.8
110.8
103.3
118.0
112.8

108.4
107.2
110.8
110.8
103.3
118.2
112.8

5.1
5.1
2.1
6.1
0
5.6
4.1

1.4
1.5
0
0
0
.2
0

3429-421
3429-42111
342 9-42 1 12
342 9-42 1 14
3 42 9-42 1 16
3 429-424

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

113.2
119.7
109.7
111.0
102.1
119.0

114.7
122.8

114.3
123.2

3.2
5.6

-.3
.3

(3)
110.0
102.0
119.0

(3)
110.8
102.6
119.0

(3)
2.1
0
6.3

(3)
.7
.6
0

3 429-433
342 9-43 6
342 9-44 2
3429-44211
342 9-45 2
3429-45211
342 9-45 2 13
3429-461
3429-46111
342 9-46 1 13
342 9-46 1 14
3429-471
3429-498
3429-6
342 9-69 8

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

106.4
113.3
112.3
111.8
103.2
104.6
112.7
123.5
128.2
110.9
119.0
110.7
113.3
98.7
97.2

107.3

107.3

4.7

0

(3)
112.3
111.8
105.1
106.2
114.3
127.2
131.2
117.5
121.1
110.7
113.3
99.4
100.1

(3)
113.2
113.1
105.2
106.2
114.3
127.3
131.2
117.5
121.4
110.7
113.3
102.5
97.7

(3)
2.4
2.8
3.5
5.0
3.8
9.4
18.4
6.3
6.3
2.2
5.3
5.7
3.5

(3)
.8
1.2
.1
0
0
.1
0
0
.2
0
0
3.1
-2 .4

3429-7
3429-711
3429-731
3429-8
342 9-82 2
3 429-832
3 429-898
3429-S M
3429-S

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

126.0
124.1
115.1
102.4
107.5
112.8
110.9

128.2
125.4
120.3
103.8
107.6
112.8
112.1

132.2
131.8

16.0
14.0

3.1
5.1

(3)
104.0
107.6
112.8
112.2

(3)
4.9
3.1
4.4
4.2

(3)
.2
0
0
.1

0 6 /8 5

114.8

116.5

117.2

4.5

.6

3429

(3)
(3)
108.9
126.9
(3)
130.7
127.5

0.4
.7
1.1
0
(3)
(3)
0
0
0

(3)
1.2

(3)

(3)

(3)

343

1 2 /8 4

121.0

124.0

124.0

6.3

0

M etal sanitary ware .................................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts ..............................................................................................................
D rinking fo u n ta in s .........................................................................................................
Sinks and s in k /la u n d ry tray c o m b in a tio n s .........................................................
K itchen sinks (cast iron, steel, and stainless s t e e l) ....................................
B athtubs ..........................................................................................................................
Cast iron bathtubs ...................................................................................................
M iscellaneous m etal sanitary w a r e .......................................................................
Urinals, including cast iron ...................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ................................................

3431

1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6

134.3
137.0
112.6
158.9
150.5
128.0
134.3
108.9
117.7

135.6
138.0
113.0
158.6
151.2
129.8
134.8
109.8
118.6

136.3
138.1
113.0
160.2
151.3
129.1
134.7
109.8
118.6

4.0
3.8
9.0
4.5
4.3
3.4
2.7
.2
8.2

.5
.1
0
1.0
.1
-.5
-.1
0
0

Plum bing fixture fitting s and brass g o o d s .......................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ..............................................................................................................
P lum bing fixture fitting s and brass g o o d s ...........................................................
Bath and show er fit t in g s ................................................ .......................................
B athtub and sh ow e r com b ina tio n, o th e r than single co n tro l ..............

3432

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

136.8
139.6
139.6
129.8
130.3

139.2
142.3
142.3
132.6
133.7

139.2
142.3
142.3
133.0
133.7

7.4
8.0
8.0
9.9
9.7

0
0
0
.3
0

34 3 1 -P
3431-2
3431-4
343 1-42 6
3431-7
3431-711
3431-9
3 43 1-94 6
3 4 3 1 -SM

3432-P
3432-1
3432-101
3432-10 1 13

See footnotes at end of table.




85

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

P lum bing fixture fittin g s and b rass g o o d s — C o ntinued
O th e r bath and sh o w e r fit t in g s ..........................................................................
L ava tory f it t in g s ...........................................................................................................
S ingle contro l, 4 in ch ce n te rse t .......................................................................
R esidential, 4 inch ce nterset, o th e r than single co ntro l .........................
S ink fittin g s ...................................................................................................................
S ingle co n tro l d eck-typ e fa u ce t w ith s p r a y ...................................................
S ingle co ntro l d e ck-typ e fa u ce t w ith o u t spray ............................................
R esid en tia l d eck-typ e fau ce ts, o th e r than single c o n t r o l........................
O th e r sink f it t in g s ...................................................................................................
M iscellan eo u s b rass g o o d s ....
D rains and o v e r flo w s ............
S ingle, o r single basin fa u ce ts ..........................................................................
Tra p s ...........................................
C om p re ssion stops, including tho se w ith d r a in s ........................................
Law n hose n ozzles a nd lawn sp rin kle rs .......................................................
W a ter clo set tank flushing c o n t r o ls ................................................................
O the r m iscellaneous ite m s ..................................................................................
S econdary pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

343 2-10 1 17
343 2-10 2
3432-10221
343 2-10 2 24
3 432-103
343 2-10 3 34
343 2-10 3 35
343 2-10 3 36
343 2-10 3 39
3 43 2-10 4
343 2-10 4 43
343 2-10 4 44
3 43 2-10 4 45
3 43 2-10 4 47
3432-10451
3432-10453
3432-10498
3432-SM
3432-S

Sep.
19892

O ct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

139.2
124.0
120.6
130.8
142.7
132.9
122.6
128.2
198.4
151.0
131.5
133.8
121.7
130.8
175.0
145.0
158.4

142.5
126.2
124.3
132.6
144.2
133.4
125.7
131.0
198.4
154.4
135.0
141.6
128.0
132.9
178.9
143.2
161.8

142.5
126.2
124.3
132.6
144.2
133.4
125.7
131.0
198.4
154.2
135.0
141.6
128.0
132.9
179.4
143.4
160.8

11.0
9.9
9.0
9.7
9.7
9.3
7.1
8.8
13.8
5.8
9.0
7.3
13.2
9.7
6.8
9.1
1.8

0
.0
0
0
.3
.1
-.6

0 6 /8 3

138.8

140.4

140.0

4.1

-.3

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 6
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 6

144.9
145.0
140.9
135.4
141.8
133.4
133.6
113.2
147.5

149.6
150.6
145.3
139.4
146.2
133.5
133.8

149.5
150.6
145.3
139.4
146.2
133.5
133.8

5.6
7.0
4.5
5.0
4.0
2.4
2.1

-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
153.3

(3)
-.1

(3)
155.5
153.4
145.9
106.5
161.8
144.1
145.1
140.2
134.6
133.8

(3)
153.2
162.9
155.5
153.4
145.7
106.5
161.8
144.1
145.1
140.2
134.6
133.8

(3)
5.9

(3)
150.9
148.3
144.6
105.7
152.6
143.6
144.1
139.8
133.9
118.9

(3)
6.8
7.0
5.1
6.0
11.5
6.3
5.4
13.4
7.9
15.3

(3)

0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0
0 6 /8 0

140.5
144.8
127.8

141.3
145.9
127.8

141.3
145.9
127.8

-3 .2
-3 .8
0

Sep. 1989

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-.1

N o ne le ctric heating equ ip m e nt .............................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
C ast iron heating boilers .............................................................................................
O il-fired cast iron heating b o ile r s ..........................................................................
G as-fired ca st iron heating boilers ......................................................................
D o m estic heating s t o v e s .............................................................................................
W ood and coal d om estic heating stoves, e xcep t sheet m etal, a irtight .
O the r dom estic heating s t o v e s .............................................................................
O the r heating s y s te m s ..................................................................................................
R adiators and c o n v e c to r s ........................................................................................
F loor and w all furna ce s ...........................................................................................
G as-fired w all fu r n a c e s .........................................................................................
O the r system s, n .e.c...................................................................................................
O the r heating system s, n .e .c...............................................................................
Parts fo r heating system s ...........................................................................................
G as burners and p a r ts /a tta c h m e n ts ...................................................................
G as burners under and equal to 400 MBH ..................................................
Dual fuel burners and p a rts /a tta c h m e n ts ........................................................
C o m m e rc ia l/in d u s tria l dual fuel burners .......................................................
O the r parts, n .e .c.........................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p ro du cts ......................................................................................................
O the r se condary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................
R efrigeration and e lectric heating e q u ip m e n t.................................................

3433

Fabricated structural m etal p ro d u c ts ...................................................................................

344

1 2 /8 4

116.6

116.5

116.8

3.5

.3

Fabricated structural m e t a l.....................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
F abricated structural m etal fo r b u ild in g s ...............................................................
Iron and steel fo r industrial b u ild in g s ..................................................................
Industrial buildings and p la n t s ...........................................................................
W a re h o u s e s .............................................................................................................
Iron and steel fo r co m m e rcia l buildings ............................................................
O ffice buildings (h ig h -ris e )...................................................................................
O ffice buildings (lo w - ris e )....................................................................................
O the r co m m e rcia l buildings (low -rise) ............................................................
Iron and steel fo r residential b u ild in g s ...............................................................
Residential buildings (low-rise) ..........................................................................
Iron and steel fo r public u tilitie s ............................................................................
Iron and steel fo r o th e r buildings (including rel., med., instit.,
and e ducational) .................................................................................................
Low -rise b u ild in g s ...................................................................................................
F abricated structural m etal fo r bridges, trestles, and v ia d u c ts .....................
Iron, steel, and alum inum fo r h ig h w a y s .............................................................
O the r fab ricate d structural m etal .............................................................................
Iron and steel fo r tow ers and supporting s tru c tu re s .....................................
Iron and steel fo r o ffsh ore oil and gas p la tfo rm s ...........................................
Iron and steel fo r o th e r uses .................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3441

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 2

118.3
118.7
120.2
124.1
128.8
97.3
106.0
102.2
105.9
115.6
105.3
108.5
106.0

117.9
118.1
118.9
121.5
125.8

118.3
118.6
119.8
123.3
127.8
97.3
106.0
102.2
105.5
118.4
105.3

3.8
4.4
3.5
5.3
6.0
-.4
1.3
.8
-.3
6.9
3.2

.3
.4
.8
1.5
1.6

0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 7
0 6 /8 7

124.0
107.9
114.3
114.3
117.0
119.1
105.5
114.6

0 6 /8 2

132.8

M etal doors, sash and t r im .....................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M etal d oo rs and fram es, e xcep t storm d o o r s .....................................................
A lum inum doors, all type s ......................................................................................
A lum inum residential d o o r s .................................................................................
S liding glass patio doors ................................................................................
A ll o th e r residential doors, including g a r a g e ............................................

3442

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

125.5
127.3
130.2
131.5
126.9
125.4
121.0

3433-P
3433-3
3433-311
3433-313
3433-4
3 433-416
3433-422
3433-6
3433-611
3433-631
3433-63113
3433-661
3433-66193
3433-8
3433-811
3433-81101
3433-831
3433-83103
3433-871
3433-SM
3433-S
3433-SS S
3585-S

3 441-P
3441-1
3441-121
3441-12101
3441-12102
3441-122
3441-12201
3441-12202
3441-12207
3441-123
3441-12305
3441-127
3441-128
3441-12802
3441-2
3441-212
3441-3
3441-342
3441-353
3441-359
3 441-SM
3 441-S

3442-P
3442-1
3442-11
3442-112
3 442-11216
3442-11218

See footnotes at end of table.




86

(3)
106.0
102.2
105.8
115.6
(3)
(3)
106.0

0
0
-.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
0
0
-.3
2.4
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

124.4
108.6
115.5
115.6
117.1
119.4

124.7
109.2
116.3
116.4
116.7
119.7

4.4
3.4
11.3
11.5
4.5
0

.2
.6
.7
.7
-.3
.3

(3)
114.6

(3)
114.0

(3)
5.6

(3)
-.5

133.6

133.6

2.3

0

125.8
127.6
130.3
131.7
127.3
125.5
122.3

125.9
127.7
130.5
131.7
127.2
125.5
122.3

3.0
3.1
4.5
4.9
.7
-.1
5.4

.1
.1
.2
0
-.1
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

M etal doors, sash and trim — C ontinued
A lum inum co m m e rcia l and institutio na l d o o r s .............................................
All o th e r co m m e rcia l and institutio na l d o o r s ............................................
Iron and stee l doors, all type s ..............................................................................
Iron and steel industrial d o o r s ...........................................................................
Iron and steel residential doo rs ...................................................................... .
G arage d oo rs ......................................................................................................
Insulated steel e ntra n ce d o o r s .....................................................................
All o th e r residential d oo rs ..............................................................................
Iron and steel co m m e rcia l and institutio na l d o o r s .....................................
O verhead and sliding d o o r s ...........................................................................
All oth e r com m ercial and institutional d o o r s ............................................
A lum inum d oo rfram es ..............................................................................................
S teel doorfram es, 16 gauge and h e a v ie r .........................................................
M etal w indow sash and fram es, e xcep t storm s a s h ........................................
A lum inum w in d ow sash and fr a m e s ....................................................................
Residential alum inum w indow sash and f r a m e s ........................................
Single and d o u b le -h u n g ...................................................................................
H orizontal s lid in g ..............................................................................................
All o th e r residential w in d ow sash and f r a m e s ........................................
N onreside ntia l alum inum w in d ow sash and fra m e s .................................
S ingle and d o u b le -h u n g ...................................................................................
P ro jecte d and aw ning ......................................................................................
A ll o th e r non re sid en tial w in d ow sash and fra m e s ................................
S teel w in d ow sash and fram es, all t y p e s ..........................................................
S teel w in d ow sash and fram es, all type s .....................................................
M etal m olding and trim and s to r e fro n ts ................................................................
M etal storefronts, sold co m plete at f a c t o r y .....................................................
M etal co m bination screen and storm sash and d o o r s .....................................
M etal storm sash .......................................................................................................
A lum inum and steel com bination screen and storm sash .........................
A lum inum and steel co m b ina tio n screen and storm d oo rs .......................
M etal w in d ow and d oo r scre e ns and w e a th e r s trip ............................................
M etal screen d o o r s ....................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

3442-113
3 44 2-11 3 23
3442-12
3442-121
3 442-122
3 44 2-12 2 27
3 44 2-12 2 29
3442-12231
3442-123
3442-12332
3442-12336
3442-142
3442-143
3442-2
3442-21
3442-211
3442-21121
344 2-21 1 24
3442-21 1 29
3442-212
3442-21241
3442-21 2 45
3442-21 2 49
3442-22
3442-221
3442-3
3442-351
3442-4
3442-411
3442-412
3442-413
34 12-5
3442-511
3442-SM
3442-M
3442-S

Fa bricate d plate w o r k ...............................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
H eat excha ng e rs and steam c o n d e n s e rs .............................................................
Bare tube h eat e x c h a n g e rs ....................................................................................
Fin tube heat e x c h a n g e rs .......................................................................................
S team c o n d e n s e rs .....................................................................................................
Fa bricate d steel p la t e ...................................................................................................
S teel plate fo r trash co nta ine rs and all o th e r c o n ta in e rs ............................
W e ld m e n ts ....................................................................................................................
O th e r fa b ricate d steel p la t e ....................................................................................
S teel p ow e r boilers (over 15 psi) and p a r ts /a tta c h m e n ts ..............................
W a ter tube boilers up to 100,000 Ib s ./h r...........................................................
Gas cylinders ...................................................................................................................
Carbon steel gas c y lin d e r s .....................................................................................
All oth e r types of gas cylinders ...........................................................................
M etal tan ks m ade at plant, standard, p ressure .................................................
M etal tan ks m ade at plant, standard, n o n -p re s s u re .........................................
Bulk storage tanks, standard, non-p re ssure ....................................................
C arbon steel storag e tanks, 600 0 gal. and l e s s ........................................
C arbon steel storag e tan ks o ver 6000 g a l....................................................
C ustom tanks and vessels m ade at the plant ....................................................
Carbon steel custom ized tan ks and vessels, n o n -L P G ...............................
C arbon steel tanks & vessels, 3 /4 in ch & less w all th ic k n e s s .............................
All oth e r type s of custom ized tan ks and vessels, non-LPG ......................
All oth e r types of tanks & vessels, 3 /4 inch & less w all th ic k n e s s ....................
C ustom tanks and ve ssels m ade at plant and field a s s e m b le d ..................
P etroleum storag e tanks, fie ld assem ble d .......................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................

3443

S heet metal w o r k .......................................................................................................................
Prim ary p roducts ................................................................................................................
Metal roofing and roof drainage equ ip m e nt ........................................................
M etal roofing, steel, all t y p e s ................................................................................
R oof drainage e quipm ent including eave troughs, steel .............................
R oof drainage e quipm ent including eave troughs, a lu m in u m ....................
M etal flooring and s id in g .............................................................................................
M etal siding, s t e e l......................................................................................................
Metal siding, alum inum , for residential use, including m obile hom es
N oninsulated ............................................................................................................
O ther sheet m etal w o r k ...............................................................................................
Cornices, skylights, ceiling dom es, copings, and gravel s to p s .................
S tovepipe, furna ce sm okepipe, elbow s, and ducts, steel ..........................

3444

3443-P
3443-1
3443-111
3443-115
3443-151
3443-2
344 3-24 5
3443-251
3443-299
3443-3
3443-31
3443-4
3443-412
3 443-418
3 443-5
3 443-7
3443-71
3443-711
3443-713
3443-8
3443-802
3443-80201
3443-804
3443-80401
3443-9
3443-926
3443-SM

3444-P
3444-4
3444-411
3444-423
3444-429
3444-5
3 444-516
3444-517
3444-51702
3444-6
3444-611
344 4-63 4

See footnotes at end of table.




87

Sep.
1 9892

O ct.
1 9892

0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 8 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 8
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

135.8
145.4
129.6
127.2
132.7
130.0
132.5
133.5
123.0
121.2
114.9
132.8
120.4
123.5
124.2
121.2
120.0
116.0
157.9
137.7
149.1
100.2
133.0
113.9
113.9
138.2
154.7
126.6
134.7
124.8
126.2
120.1
116.3

135.8
145.4
129.8
127.2
133.2
130.0
133.1
134.3
123.0
121.2
114.9
(3)
120.2
124.1
124.9
121.8
120.7
116.5
158.5
138.8
152.2
100.2
133.1
112.0
112.0
138.2
154.7
126.2
134.7
124.9
125.5
122.6
116.2

135.8
145.4
130.0
127.9
133.2
129.6
133.2
134.6
123.1
121.7
114.9
132.3
121.0
124.3
125.1
122.0
120.6
117.3
158.5
138.9
152.2
100.2
133.2
114.1
114.1
138.2
154.7
126.1
134.7
124.7
125.3
121.4

(3)
(3)
14.5
12.2
.3
0
.2
.4
.8

(3)
.7
.2
.2
.2
-.1
.7
0
.1
0
0
.1
1.9
1.9
0
0
-.1
0
-.2
-.2
-1 .0

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 7 /8 3
0 6 /8 3

105.3
122.7

105.3
123.6

105.3
123.4

3.0
1.8

0
-.2

0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0
1 2 /8 6
1 2 /8 6
0 3 /8 0
0 3 /8 0

137.3
138.8
164.3
179.7
145.7
155.2
126.9
116.0
143.2
113.8
110.5

138.3
139.5
165.1
180.8
146.3
154.5
127.1
115.8
143.2
114.4
111.8

138.7
139.9
165.6
181.0
147.7

5.0
4.8
4.2
6.5
5.0

.3
.3
.3
.1
1.0

(3)
127.1
115.4
143.2
114.4
112.7

(3)
5.0
4.0
5.4
4.9
-.3

(3)

(3)
125.2
114.0
130.0
120.4
127.9
124.3
128.6
124.4
142.0
131.8
148.8
129.3
142.1
127.4
113.6

(3)
126.8
116.0
130.1

(3)
126.8
116.0

(3)
4.7
4.9

(3)

(3)
127.9
124.3
128.6
124.4
142.0
131.8
148.8
129.3
142.1
127.5
113.7

(3)
120.4
128.9
124.3
128.6
124.4
142.4
131.8
148.8
130.3
143.7
127.7
114.0

(3)
3.3
5.4
3.8
8.3
0
8.0
7.4
8.3
9.3
8.9
2.0
2.8

(3)
(3)
.8
0
0
0
.3
0
0
.8
1.1
.2
.3

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 1 /8 4
1 2 /8 2

128.5
125.5
121.6
109.2
165.0
119.9
114.3
110.6
126.3
126.3
129.3
100.3
120.4

128.5
126.7
121.5
109.2
165.0
119.5
116.9
114.8
129.8
129.8
131.6
101.1
123.1

128.1
126.3
119.8
106.4
165.0
119.5
116.9
114.7

3.1
4.5
4.7
6.9
6.3
-2 .0
5.8
15.5

-.3
-.3
-1 .4
-2 .6
0
0
0
-.1

(3)
(3)
131.3
101.1
124.8

(3)
(3)
4.9
.8
7.7

(3)
(3)
-.2
0
1.4

O ct. 1988

11.4
11.4
4.2
4.4
4.6
3.7
5.3
3.5
3.2
2.7
1.0
10.2
1.7
1.1
1.2
2.2
2.4
2.1
1.2
-.6
-1 .0
-3 .7
.9

Sep. 1989

0
0
.2
.6
0
-.3
.1
.2
.1
.4
0

0
-.3
0
0
.8
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P ro du ct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

S he e t m etal w o rk— C o ntinued
A ir-con dition in g ducts, including d ust co lle ctin g ducts, s t e e l.....................
Restau ra nt, hotel, and kitch en sh ee t m etal equ ip m e nt, s t e e l...................
M etal aw nings, canopies, carp orts, and patios, p re fa b rica te d types,
a lu m in u m ................................................................................................................
S offits, fascia, and shutters, a lu m in u m ..............................................................
O the r sheet m etal work, s t e e l...............................................................................
M ail c o lle ction o r storage b o x e s ......................................................................
P recision sh ee t m etal parts, not s ta m p e d ....................................................
O the r steel sheet m etal w o r k ............................................................................
O the r sheet m etal w ork, alum inum .....................................................................
O the r sheet m etal w o rk o f m etals o th e r than steel or a lu m in u m ............
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ceipts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Oct. 1988

Sep. 1989

7.1
10.1

-0.1
-4 .5

121.9
199.7

121.8
190.8

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

140.4
129.0
123.5
107.7
121.0
121.8
134.1
139.0

141.5

141.5

2.9

(3)
124.6
107.7
123.0
121.7
134.6
139.5

(3)
124.6
107.7
122.8
122.4
134.4
139.5

(3)
4.9
0
7.3
4.3
1.7
10.3

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

169.4
123.4

149.6
123.8

149.6
123.7

-1 6 .0
7.3

0
-.1

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
0 1 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

120.1
120.7
120.7
108.7
102.6
116.2
114.7
113.4
121.4
106.4
110.3
112.3
100.0
101.0
133.5
133.7
129.7

120.1
120.6
120.6
108.7
102.6
116.2
115.3
113.7
122.7
106.8
109.4
113.0
100.0
96.3
131.7
132.1
125.5

120.4
120.9
120.9
108.7
102.6
116.2
116.7
114.6
123.8
109.0
109.5
113.3
100.0
96.3
131.3
132.1
121.8

2.6
2.6
2.6
1.0
-1 .2
4.0
3.5

.2
.2
.2
0
0
0
1.2
.8
.9
2.1
.1
.3
0
0
-.3
0
-2 .9

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8

119.5
111.1
110.7
117.3
114.6
126.9
115.6
100.0
115.1
101.5

(3)
112.6
112.2
116.9
114.8
126.9
114.5
100.0
114.5
99.1

(3)
112.6
112.2
117.2
114.7
126.9
115.4
100.0
115.9
99.7

(3)
2.9
2.9
3.7

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

100.0
119.5
126.9
117.7
123.7

100.0
120.7
132.6

(3)
2.5
6.9

(3)
123.7

100.0
120.7
132.6
117.7
123.7

3448-P

12/81
12/81

113.3
112.4

113.6
112.4

114.2
113.4

4.9
5.2

.5
.9

3448-1
3448-115
3448-11512
3448-11514
3448-118
3448-2

12/81
12/81
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
12/81

110.0
110.1
102.4
108.3
105.3
116.6

109.4
109.4
103.2
107.0
105.5
117.9

110.7
110.8
103.2
108.9
105.8
118.4

5.1
5.2
3.9
5.7
4.6
5.5

1.2
1.3
0
1.8
.3
.4

344 8-21 5

12/8 1

115.6

117.5

120.9

8.8

2.9

3448-221
3448-22117

12/81
1 2 /8 7

117.8
109.5

118.2
109.9

118.1
110.1

2.1
5.0

-.1
.2

3448-235
3 448-23516
3448-23518

12/81
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7

136.7
114.7
109.0

138.4
116.0
(3)

138.5
116.0
111.2

10.4
10.5
8.9

3448-254
3448-SM
3448-S

12/81

108.5

110.6

110.4

3.2

-.2

12/81

132.0

137.6

137.6

11.9

0

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

111.7
112.3
105.8
110.8
124.5

109.3
108.7
101.4
104.3
122.6

110.9
110.8
104.6
109.2
122.6

.9
.3
.3
1.6
.5

1.5
1.9
3.2
4.7
.0

1 2 /8 4

110.6

109.8

109.8

4.1

0

3448

M iscellan eo u s m etal w o r k ........................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Bar jo ists and fab ricate d co ncrete reinforcing b a r s ...........................................
Fabricated co ncrete reinforcing b a r s ..................................................................
O the r m iscellaneous m etal building m aterials and curtain w a l l ....................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

118.1
184.6

3 44 4-64 6
3444-651
3444-662
3444-66201
3444-66203
3444-66209
3444-664
3444-698
3444-SM
3444-M
3444-S

P refabricated m etal buildings .................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
Prefab, m etal bldg. sys., excl. farm service bldgs., resid. bldgs., &
parts fo r prefab, b ld g s ..........................................................................................
Industrial and c o m m e rc ia l........................................................................................
Industrial ....................................................................................................................
C om m ercial ...............................................................................................................
Institutional, m edical, religious, public & e d u c a tio n a l....................................
O the r pre fa b rica te d and p ortable m etal buildings and p a r ts .........................
O th e r farm service bldgs., stee l and a lum inum , excl. w o od fra m e
b ld g s ........................................................................................................................
S m all utility bldgs., incl. to o l sheds, cabanas, storag e houses,
etc., stee l and a lum in um ................................................................................
S te e l............................................................................................................................
D w ellings and o th e r non-farm bldgs. incl. va catio n hom es, etc.; steel
and a lu m in u m ......................................................................................................
A lu m in u m ...................................................................................................................
S te e l............................................................................................................................
Panels, parts, or se ction s fo r prefab, bldgs., not sold as a co m p lete
unit, steel & alum inum .....................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

3446

3449




O ct.
198 9 2

3 44 4-63 7
3 44 4-64 4

A rch itectu ra l and o rnam ental m e talw ork ...........................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
A rch itectu ra l and orn am e n ta l m e ta lw o rk ...............................................................
W arm air or air cond itio ning grilles, registers and air d iffu s e r s ................
Iron and s t e e l...........................................................................................................
A lu m in u m ...................................................................................................................
S tairs ...............................................................................................................................
Industrial c la s s .........................................................................................................
C o m m e rcial c la s s ...................................................................................................
A rch ite ctu ra l c la s s ..................................................................................................
R a ilin g s ...........................................................................................................................
S teel, exclud in g stainle ss stee l .........................................................................
Iron and stainle ss stee l .......................................................................................
O the r m etals, including c o m b ina tio ns of m etals and o th e r m aterials .
G rating and grating tr e a d s ......................................................................................
Steel grating and grating tr e a d s .......................................................................
A lum inum grating and grating tr e a d s ..............................................................
Fram ing m aterial fo r w alls and ceilings ( load and non-load bearing
s tu d s ) .......................................................................................................................
S caffolding and shoring ...........................................................................................
S caffolding ................................................................................................................
O the r a rch itectu ral and orn am e n ta l m e talw ork ..............................................
Fences, gates and p o s ts .....................................................................................
W ind ow g u a r d s ........................................................................................................
O the r arch itectu ral and o rn am ental m e ta lw o r k ...........................................
Iron and stainle ss s t e e l....................................................................................
S teel, excluding stainless s t e e l.....................................................................
O the r m e ta ls .........................................................................................................
S eco n da ry pro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ceipts .................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
Fabricated structural m e ta l.....................................................................................
M etal doors, sash and trim ....................................................................................
O the r se condary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

See footnotes at end of table.

Sep.
198 9 2

3446-P
3446-1
3446-11
3446-111
3446-113
3446-13
3446-131
344 6-13 5
3446-137
3 446-14
344 6-14 3
3446-144
3 446-149
3446-15
3446-151
3 446-152
3 446-16
3446-18
3446-181
3 446-19
3446-192
3 446-193
3446-199
3 446-19912
3446-19913
3 446-19914
3446-SM
3446-M
3 446-S
3 44 1 -S
3442-S
3446-SS S

3449-P
3449-4
3449-452
3449-5
3449-SM
3449-S

(3)
2.8
2.6
(3)
4.3
(3)
(3)
1.3
2.4
-7 .8

(3)
4.2
1.7
(3)
4.0
(3)

(3)
1.4

0
(3)
0
0
-.2
.6
-.1
0

(3)
0
0
.3
-.1
0
.8
0
1.2
.6
0
0
0
(3)
0

.1
0
(3)

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
1 9892

S cre w m achine p roducts, and bolts, nuts, screw s, rivets, and
w a s h e r s ..................................................................................................................................

O ct.
1 98 9 2

1 2 /8 4

345

Sep.
19892

109.4

110.9

111.8

5.5

0.8

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

117.5
118.4
119.7
117.5
101.6
148.4
141.8
105.2
103.3
114.4
104.5

118.7
119.8
121.8
118.6
104.1
148.4
143.1
105.4
105.4
115.1
104.5

119.2
120.1
121.8
119.0
104.1
156.3
143.1
105.2
105.3
115.4
103.8

4.7
4.8
4.2
5.1

(3)
3.5
5.8
-.8

.4
.3
0
.3
0
5.3
0
-.2
-.1
.3
-.7

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 1 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 4 /8 4

111.2
110.8
112.0
(3)
96.5
113.0
104.6
107.5
110.5
107.9
111.6
103.8
114.5
99.3
115.6
96.1
114.6
113.8
111.2
105.8
108.9
110.8
104.6
120.0
119.5
115.4
125.9
111.4
111.2
136.8
105.6
107.0

113.0
112.3
112.7
123.9
97.6
112.3
104.7
107.5
109.3
109.3
111.6
104.3
114.4
99.5
116.2
96.1
115.8
114.3
111.1
105.8
108.9
111.3
104.1
120.0
126.3
123.3
138.9
115.5

6.0
6.6
2.5
0
2.9
1.1
4.8
2.6
10.0
2.2
1.8
.8
.9
2.8
3.7
4.1
1.4
.4
4.2
2.5
5.1
3.4
.7
6.7
28.7
9.2
65.7
15.6
26.1
43.8
-1 .6
-3 .6

1.1
1.3
.4
0
7
.7
-.5
0
4.1
0
0
-.1
0
0
0
0
-1 .0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6.2
-1 .0
21.5
-.3

(3)
161.9
105.6
107.0

114.2
113.8
113.2
123.9
98.3
113.1
104.2
107.5
113.8
109.3
111.6
104.2
114.4
99.5
116.2
96.1
114.6
114.3
111.1
105.8
108.9
111.3
104.1
120.0
134.1
122.1
168.8
115.1
138.2
158.9
106.4
107.4

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

123.6
105.2

123.9
112.9

122.1
112.9

11.0
-4 .6

-1 .5
0

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

S cre w m achine p ro d u c ts .........................................................................................................
P rim ary p ro du cts ................................................................................................................
A u to m o tive scre w m a chine p ro d u c ts ......................................................................
O th e r screw m a chine p ro du cts ................................................................................
A irc ra ft.............................................................................................................................
O rd na n ce ......................................................................................................................
H o usehold a ppliances, including radio and t e le v is io n .................................
E le ctric and e le ctro n ic e q u ip m e n t.......................................................................
M a c h in e ry ......................................................................................................................
All o th e r end uses, e xcep t a u to m o tiv e ..............................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3451

B olts, nuts, screw s, rivets, and w a s h e rs ............................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
E xternally th rea d ed faste ne rs, e xcep t a irc ra ft......................................................
M ine roof b o lt s ............................................................................................................
Hex bolts, including heavy, tap, and jo in t ........................................................
S quare and round bolts and plow num bers 3, 4, 6, 7, and t r a c k ............
S tuds ..............................................................................................................................
F langed, self-locking, set, lag, and w ood screw s .........................................
Cap s c r e w s ...................................................................................................................
M a chine scre w s ..........................................................................................................
T h re ad -fo rm in g tap p ing scre w s ............................................................................
T hre ad -cu tting , self-drilling, and th rea d -ro llin g scre w s ................................
O th e r e xte rn a lly threa d ed faste ne rs, e xcep t a irc ra ft......................................
Inte rn ally th rea d ed fasteners, e xcep t a irc ra ft........................................................
Flanged, square, sh ee t m etal, weld, wing, and ca ge n u t s .........................
H ex n u t s .........................................................................................................................
L ocknuts: prevailing torqu e and free s p in n in g ................................................
O the r in terna lly th rea d ed fasteners, including all n o n m e ta llic ..................
N onth re ad e d faste ne rs, e xcep t a irc ra ft...................................................................
Solid rivets, all s iz e s ..................................................................................................
Tubular, split, and blind r iv e t s ...............................................................................
Pins, m achine type ....................................................................................................
W ashers, all types .....................................................................................................
O the r n onthreaded fasteners, including all n o n m e ta llic ..............................
A irc ra ft/a e ro s p a c e fa s te n e r s .....................................................................................
Bolts, all KSI tensile ..................................................................................................
Screw s, all types, and studs, all types ..............................................................
Nuts, all types .............................................................................................................
W ashers, all type s .....................................................................................................
Pins, all t y p e s ............................................................................................................
O the r form e d faste n e rs ...............................................................................................
All o ther, including o rd na nce ................................................................................
S econdary p roducts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts .................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3452

M etal forgings and s ta m p in g s ...............................................................................................

346

1 2 /8 4

107.3

107.6

107.8

3.7

.2

Iron and steel forgings .............................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Hot im pression die im pact, press and upset ferrous forging s ......................
C arbon s t e e l................................................................................................................
A lloy steel, e xcept stainless and h igh-tem perature ......................................
S tainless steel .............................................................................................................
H igh-tem perature iron, nickel and co ba lt-b ase a llo y s ..................................
C old im pression die im pact, p ress and upse t fe rro us fo r g in g s .....................
C arbon steel .............................................................. ..................................................
S eam less rolled-ring ferrous fo r g in g s .....................................................................
O pen die or sm ith (ham m er or press) ferrous forgings ...................................
Carbon steel .................................................................................................................
Alloy steel, e xcept stainless and h igh-tem perature ......................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
Secondary p roducts ......................................................................................................

3462

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

106.9
108.0
108.5
111.2
107.7
113.6
100.0
122.1
134.7
105.7
98.3
96.3
99.7

106.9
108.0
108.8
111.2
107.8

106.8
107.9
108.8
111.2
107.8

6.0
5.4
5.7
2.3
4.1

-.1

(3)
(3)
120.8
129.3
107.4
97.2
96.3
98.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
107.4
96.6
96.3
97.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
6.2
-2 .9
.4
-2.1

N onferrous fo r g in g s ...................................................................................................................
Prim ary products .................................................................................................................
Hot im pression die im pact, press and upset n onferrous fo r g in g s ...............
A lum inum and alum inum a llo y ..............................................................................
Titanium and titan iu m a llo y .....................................................................................
Co pp e r and co pp er alloy ........................................................................................
C old im pression die im pact, press and upset n on ferrou s forgings .............
A lum inum and alum inum alloy ..............................................................................

3463

A uto m o tive stam pings ..............................................................................................................
Prim ary products ................................................................................................................

3465

3 4 5 1 -P
3451-1
3451-2
345 1-22 2
3451-223
345 1-24 2
345 1-25 2
3 451-262
3 451-298
3 4 5 1 -S

3452-P
3452-4
3452-411
3452-412
3452-413
3452-421
3 452-433
3 452-436
3 452-437
3452-441
3 452-442
3 452-469
3452-5
3452-501
345 2-50 2
3452-511
345 2-53 9
3452-6
3452-601
3452-603
3452-621
3452-631
3452-649
3452-7
3452-701
3 452-712
3452-731
3452-761
3 452-763
3 452-8
3452-898
3452-SM
3452-M
3452-S

3462-P
3462-5
3462-511
3462-513
3462-515
3 462-517
346 2-6
3462-611
3462-7
3462-8
3462-811
3462-813
3462-SM
3462-S

(3)
-1 .9
.8
.4

-•1
0
0
0
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
0
-.6
0
-.9

1 2 /8 3

96.3

96.6

96.6

12.9

.0

3463-P
3463-5
3463-521
3 463-523
3463-525
3463-6
3463-621

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

116.9
121.1
119.8
132.9
92.5
140.8
124.2
124.2

116.8
121.0
119.7
132.9

4.4
5.4
5.6
5.5
3.5
13.6

.7
.8
.8
.4

(3)
139.3

117.6
122.0
120.6
133.4
94.1
141.4

(3)
1.5

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

(3)
(3)

3465-P

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

110.0
109.6

110.1
109.7

110.1
109.7

See footnotes at end of table.




(3)
7.0
4.5

89

1.3
1.4

0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n adjusted
perce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
Ju ne
19892

A u to m o tive stam ping s— C ontin u ed
O riginal e q u ip m e nt a uto m o tive s ta m p in g s ............................................................
P assenger ca r stam ping s ........................................................................................
B ody p a n e ls .............................................................................................................
C hassis p a r t s ...........................................................................................................
T ru ck and bus stam ping s .......................................................................................
B ody p a n e ls .............................................................................................................
C hassis p a r t s ...........................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Oct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

3465-1
3465-111
3 465-11111
3 46 5-11 1 12
3 465-113
3465-11313
3465-11314
3465-SM
3465-S

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

108.9
109.2
105.8
117.1
106.0
105.0
108.2

108.9
109.2
105.8
117.4
106.0
105.0
108.3

109.0
109.3
105.9
117.3
105.9
104.8
108.6

1.3
1.4
1.1
2.0
0
-.2
.5

0.1
.1
.1
-.1
-.1
-.2
.3

1 2 /8 2

111.2

111.2

111.2

.5

0

3466-P
3466-1
3 466-103
3466-10331
3 46 6-14 2
346 6-14 2 44
3466-3
346 6-36 4
3466-36411
3466-4
346 6-41 5
346 6-41 5 17

1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 3

114.2
113.9
114.0
111.8
111.8
116.0
103.0
108.3
108.2
108.2
114.2
114.4
112.2

115.3
115.0
116.0

115.2
115.0
115.9

4.5
5.0
8.8

-.1
0
-.1

(3)
(3)
116.0
103.0
108.3
108.2
108.2
114.9
115.7
113.4

(3)
(3)
116.0
103.0
108.3
108.2
108.2
114.7
115.4
113.1

(3)
(3)
8.7
7.4
-3 .8
-4 .6
-4 .6
6.7
7.5
7.5

3469-P
3469-2
3469-201
346 9-20 5
3469-211
3469-215
3469-225
3469-231
3469-241
3469-251
3469-271
3469-289
3469-298
3469-4
3469-5

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
1 2 /8 8
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

118.9
118.4
117.6
104.9
100.0
111.0
117.5
110.7
108.7
115.7
106.4
114.8
123.2
118.4
139.1
111.3

119.8
119.3
118.7
104.9

120.0
119.7
118.8
104.9
101.4
111.8
117.5
110.5
105.8
117.2
105.8
115.7
129.4
118.9
145.6
112.3

5.1
5.6
4.2

(3)
2.0
9.4
2.9
22.1
3.8

M etal cro w n s and c lo s u r e s .....................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
M etal com m ercial c lo s u re s (c a p s ).............................................................................
S crew thread and lug ty p e (n o n v a c u u m )............................................... ............
Tin mill p r o d u c ts .....................................................................................................
M e tal ca p s (v a c u u m ).................................................................................................
C o ntin u ou s t h r e a d ..................................................................................................
O th e r m etal clo sures, e xce p t c r o w n s .....................................................................
A ll o th e r m etal clo su re s,(roll-o ns,sn ip s,ta bs,e tc.) ...........................................
S o ft d r in k ...................................................................................................................
M e tal c r o w n s ....................................................................................................................
S o ft drin k co n ta in e rs .................................................................................................
C o n ve n tion a l type ..................................................................................................

3466

M etal stam ping s, n .e .c................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
Jo b stam pings, e xce p t a u to m o tive ..........................................................................
R e cre atio n al ve h icle stam ping s ( m o to r hom es, tra vel trailers, etc. )
M o to r and g e n e ra to r s ta m p in g s ............................................................................
A via tion s ta m p in g s .....................................................................................................
A g ricultu ra l e qu ip m e nt s ta m p in g s ........................................................................
E lectrical e qu ipm ent stam pings, excep t refrig erato r and laundry ............
Furniture s ta m p in g s ...................................................................................................
O ffice m achine s ta m p in g s ......................................................................................
Radio, television and p ho nograph s ta m p in g s ..................................................
S tove, h eater and air c o nd itio ne r s ta m p in g s ...................................................
O the r industrial equ ip m e nt s ta m p in g s .................................................................
O the r job s ta m p in g s ..................................................................................................
S tam ped and spun utensils, cooking and kitchen, alum inum .......................
S ta m p e d and spun utensils, co okin g and kitchen, e xce p t alum inum
O th e r u tensils, including co m m e rcia l, hosp ital and outd oo r, stainle ss
s t e e l.........................................................................................................................
O th e r stam pe d and spun utensils, co okin g and kitchen, including
v itre o u s e n a m e l...................................................................................................
O th e r stam pe d and pre ssed m etal end p r o d u c ts ..............................................
O the r stam ped and pressed m etal end p ro du cts .........................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3469

C oating, engraving, and allied se rvice s .............................................................................

347

M etal p latin g and p o lis h in g .....................................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
M e tal plating and p olishing .........................................................................................
E le c tro p la tin g -ra c k .....................................................................................................
E le c tro p la tin g -b a rre l...................................................................................................
E ngineering p lating - hard ch ro m e, hard n ic k e l..............................................
Anodizing .......................................................................................................................
Hard co at a n o d iz in g ..............................................................................................
O ther anodizing ......................................................................................................
M e chanical surface p re p a ra tio n ............................................................................
Polishing and buffing ............................................................................................
O the r surface finishing .........................................................................................
O the r p la tin g .................................................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3471
3 47 1 -P
3471-1
3471-101
3471-102
3471-103
3471-104
3471-10431
3 471-10432
3471-105
3471-10541
3471-10543
3471-106
3 47 1 -SM
3471 -S

M etal co atin g and allied services .........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
M etal coating and allied s e rv ic e s .............................................................................
Printing, etching and engraving m etal n a m e p la te s .......................................
O the r printing, etching and e n g ra v in g ................................................................
G alvanizing and o th e r h ot dip c o a tin g ...............................................................
A fte r fab ricatio n galvanizing, excluding all steel com pany
o pe ra tion s .........................................................................................................
H ot dip coating o th e r than z in c ........................................................................
O rganic c o a tin g s .........................................................................................................
S pray coating, including e le c tro s ta tic c o a tin g .............................................
A ll o th e r organic c o a tin g .....................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3479
3479-P
3479-1
3479-101
3479-102
3479-103

(3)
111.0
117.5
111.8
(3)
117.3
105.8
114.8
130.1
118.5
142.5
112.3

(3)
(3)
9.0
(3)
1.3
(3)
6.6

(3)
(3)
0
0
0
0
0
-.2
-.3
-.3
.2
.3
.1
0
(3)
.7
0
-1 .2
(3)
-.1
0
.8
-.5
.3
2.2
0

3 46 9-51 5

1 0 /8 4

133.8

133.8

133.8

(3)

0

3 469-598
3469-9
3 46 9-99 8
3469-S M
3469-S

0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4
0 6 /8 4

127.5
116.1
114.0

130.7
116.1
114.0

130.7
116.1
114.0

4.9
3.8
5.6

0
0
0

0 6 /8 4

121.3

121.8

121.8

3.3

0

1 2 /8 4

116.2

116.4

116.6

3.0

.2

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

117.4
117.6
117.6
115.6
122.5
117.5
121.7
115.5
123.2
110.4
109.4
121.8
114.2

118.1
118.3
118.3
116.6
124.2
117.1
121.7
115.5
123.2
111.4
110.1
125.7
115.3

118.0
118.2
118.2
116.3
124.2
117.5
121.7
115.5
123.2
110.7
109.5
124.4
115.3

3.0
2.7
2.7
2.0
3.3
2.4
5.2
3.6
5.6
.6
-.2
10.5
2.1

-.1
-.1
-.1
-.3
0
.3
0
0
0
-.6
-.5
-1 .0
0

1 2 /8 4

115.0

115.0

115.0

6.3

.0

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

114.7
115.8
115.8
121.8
157.6
122.5

114.3
115.2
115.2
121.8
157.6
120.5

114.9
115.9
115.9
121.8
157.6
122.0

3.0
3.1
3.1
3.0
2.9
6.7

.5
.6
.6
0
0
1.2

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

129.8
114.1
109.4
114.5
107.9

127.7
114.3
109.5
114.6
107.9

128.8
114.1
109.8
114.6
109.2

9.1
2.8
1.0
2.0
5.5

.9
-.2
.3
0
1.2

1 2 /8 4

106.7

107.6

107.6

2.9

0

3479-10312
3479-10314
3479-104
3479-10422
3479-10423
3479-SM
3479-S

See footnotes at end of table.




Sep.
198 9 2

90

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p erce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
code

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

Sep.
1 9892

O ct.
1 9892

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

O rd na n ce and accesso rie s, e xcep t ve h icle s and guided m is s ile s ..........................

348

0 6 /8 5

111.0

111.5

112.6

1.9

1.0

Sm all arm s am m u nition ,30 m m and u n d e r ........................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
C artridges fo r sm all firearm s (rifles and s id e a rm s )............................................
C e nterfire pistols, including cartridges in terchangeable betw een
rifles and p is to ls ..................................................................................................
S hipped to g overnm ent (Federal, S tate, and local) .................................
A m m u n ition c o m p o n e n ts .............................................................................................
W ads, shot ca ses (prim ed or unprim ed), bullets, bullet ja ckets, and
ca ses ......................................................................................................................

3482
3482-P
3482-1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

108.6
110.6
102.0

111.1
113.5
103.4

111.1
113.6
103.3

5.7
6.9
3.3

0
.1
-.1

3482-114
3482-11441
3482-3

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

114.2
112.3
108.4

114.6
113.2
109.8

114.5
112.9
109.8

1.5
4.0
7.5

-.1
-.3
0

3 482-369

0 6 /8 5

109.8

111.5

111.5

8.8

0

A m m u n ition , e xcep t sm all arm s, n .e .c.................................................................................
P rim ary pro du cts ................................................................................................................
A rtille ry am m u nition and co m p o n e n t parts, o ver 30m m (or 1.18 inches) .
C o m p le te rounds, lo a d e d ........................................................................................
A rtille ry co m p on en t p a r ts ........................................................................................
P rim e rs .......................................................................................................................
Fuses ..........................................................................................................................
A m m unition, e xcep t fo r sm all arms, n .e .c..............................................................
O the r am m unition and am m unition parts, n.e.c., excep t sm all arm s .....

3483
3483-P
3483-1
3483-111
3483-171
3483-17111
3483-17114
3483-3
3483-341

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

105.3
100.7
102.8
92.9
108.8

104.8
99.9
102.4

105.3
100.8
102.5

-.6
-.9
1.6

.5
.9
.1

(3)
107.4

(3)
101.2
98.1
111.9

(3)
101.2
96.8
115.3

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
98.7
115.3

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
-3 .9
1.9

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
2.0
0

Sm all arms, 30 mm and u n d e r..............................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Pistols and re v o lv e r s .....................................................................................................
C enterfire p istols and re v o lv e r s ............................................................................
R im fire pistols and re v o lv e r s ..................................................................................
R if le s ...................................................................................................................................
C enterfire r ifle s ............................................................................................................
B olt repeater ce nte rfire r ifle s .............................................................................
S h o tg u n s ............................................................................................................................
R epeating s h o tg u n s ...................................................................................................
O the r sm all a r m s .........................................
O the r sm all arm s .....................................
Parts and atta chm en ts for sm all arm s .
Parts and a tta chm en ts fo r sm all arm s
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ....................................

3484

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 8 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

121.0
121.7
121.4
118.1
133.1
122.6
120.6
122.3
123.2
123.9
116.3
116.3
118.5
118.5

122.5
123.6
121.4
118.1
133.1
122.6
120.6

124.4
125.8
121.4
118.1
133.1
124.7
122.7
127.3

5.1
5.2
3.4
4.3
.8
3.4
1.4

1.6
1.8
0
0
0
1.7
1.7

0 6 /8 5

113.6

O rdnance and accessories, n .e .c..........................................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts .................................................................................................................
O rdnance and accessories, n.e.c., incl. ro cke t p rojectors, torpe d o
tubes, and the ir parts ...........................................................................................
O rdnance and accessories, n.e.c., and the ir parts .......................................
O rdnance and accessories, n.e.c., and their parts - d om estic sales ..
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p roducts ......................................................................................................

3489

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

103.1
102.4

1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5
1 2 /8 5

M iscellaneous fabricated metal p roducts ..........................................................................

349

Steel springs, e xcept w ir e .......................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
H ot form ed springs .......................................................................................................
H ot form ed coil s p rin g s ............................................................................................
Locom otive, railroad car, and oth e r helical s p rin g s ...................................
H ot form ed leaf springs ...........................................................................................
R e placem ent leaf springs (including exports) fo r cars, buses, and
trucks ..................................................................................................................
O riginal e quipm ent leaf springs oth e r than for p assenger cars ..........
C old form e d s p rin g s ......................................................................................................
Cold form e d fla t sprin gs m ade of sh ee t and strip ........................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts ......................................................................................................

3493

V alves and pipe f it t in g s ............................................................................................................
Prim ary p ro du cts .................................................................................................................
Fluid pow e r va lves .........................................................................................................
H ydraulic v a lv e s ..........................................................................................................
M anually o pe ra ted d ire ction a l co ntro l v a lv e s ..............................................
S olenoid operated d irectional co ntro l va lves ..............................................
O the r directional co ntro l valves .......................................................................
Flow co ntro l valves (including ch eck v a lv e s ) ..............................................
S ervovalves and com bination valves .............................................................
O ther hydraulic v a lv e s ..........................................................................................
P neum atic v a lv e s .......................................................................................................
P ressure control v a lv e s .......................................................................................
O ther pneum atic valves ......................................................................................
M etal va lves for piping system s and equipm ent, excep t plum bing and
heating v a lv e s ..........................................................................................................

3494

3484-P
3484-2
3484-201
3 484-202
3484-3
3484-301
3 484-30122
3484-4
3484-401
3484-5
3484-501
3484-6
3484-601
3484-SM
3484-S

(3)
(3)
116.3
116.3
118.5
118.5

(3)
(3)
(3)
5.1
5.1
6.4
6.4

110.8

110.8

-2 .5

0

103.3
103.0

105.1
106.9

.8
7.2

1.7
3.8

99.0
99.0
99.8

99.7
99.7
100.8

101.1
101.1
102.6

5.3
5.3
7.1

1.4
1.4
1.8

1 2 /8 5

119.2

118.4

118.4

1.6

0

1 2 /8 4

116.9

118.2

118.5

4.9

.3

0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1

112.0
111.0
109.6
109.8
121.1
107.0

112.1
111.1
109.8
109.9
121.2
107.6

112.3
111.2
110.1
110.3
121.8
107.6

2.2
2.2
2.3
2.9
5.6
1.6

.2
.1
.3
.4
.5
0

0 6/8 1
0 6 /8 1

112.4
101.1

112.4
102.2

112.4
102.2

1.7
1.6

.0
0

0 6/8 1

118.0

117.0

117.0

2.5

0

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

117.7
116.3

118.3
116.5

117.5
116.5

-7 .8
2.8

-.7
0

3494-P
3494-2
3 49 4-21 2
3494-21201
3494-21202
3494-21203
3494-21205
3 494-21206
3 494-21207
3 494-224
3494-22403
3494-22405

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

122.8
123.5
116.8
111.5
114.7
102.7
108.2
114.5
110.5
113.0
128.5
136.4
125.0

124.8
125.9
116.8
111.5
114.7
102.7
108.2
114.5

125.4
126.4
118.5
111.5
114.7
102.7
108.2
114.5
110.5
113.0
134.1

8.1
8.7
3.2
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.0
3.8
.3
0
7.0

.5
.4
1.5
0
0
0
0
0

(3)
133.2

(3)
11.4

(3)
6.6

3494-3

1 2 /8 2

119.2

119.7

119.8

5.8

.1

3489-P
3489-2
3489-201
3489-20121
3489-SM
3489-S

3493-P
3493-1
3493-121
3 49 3-12116
3493-131
3493-13151
349 3-13 1 58
3493-2
3493-271
3493-S M
3493-M
3493-S

See footnotes at end of table.




91

(3)
123.2
123.9
116.3
116.3
118.5
118.5

(3)
113.0
128.5
136.4
125.0

(3)
(3)
(3)
0
0
0
0

(3)
0
4.4

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
198 9 2

Sep.
198 9 2

Oct.
198 9 2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 198!

V alves and pipe fittin g s — C o ntinued
3494-312
3 494-31201
349 4-31 2 02
3 49 4-31 2 03
349 4-31 2 04
349 4-31 2 05
349 4-31 2 07
349 4-34 9
3494-363
3494-36301
349 4-36 3 02
349 4-36 7
3494-36701
349 4-36 7 02
3 494-375
3494-37501
3 49 4-37 5 02
349 4-37 5 03
3 494-398

Iron and stee l ball v a lv e s ....................................................................................
B rass and bro nze ball v a lv e s ............................................................................

S te e l (ca st and fa b ricate d) b u tte rfly v a lv e s .................................................
Iron plug valves, inclu din g d u c t ile ....................................................................

120.7
127.9
136.3
122.1
103.5
94.3
127.7
133.1
118.4
114.5
131.3
107.0
106.8
107.2
117.9
110.3
112.7
138.3
115.2

120.9
128.4
136.3
122.4
103.5
94.3
127.8
133.1
118.3
114.0
132.6
108.1
106.8
109.3
117.9
110.3
112.7
138.3
116.4

120.8
127.9
136.3
122.4
103.7
94.3
127.8
135.3
118.1
113.7
132.6
108.1
106.8
109.3
118.6
112.8
112.7
138.3
116.2

7.7
9.6
14.1
-.2
4.4
1.5
6.3
5.9
4.7
3.2
9.3
2.8
3.3
2.4
5.2
8.6
5.7
1.3
3.9

-0.1
-.4
0
0
.2
0
0
1.7
-.2
-.3
0
0
0
0
.6
2.3
0
0
-.2

3494-4
3 494-419
3494-5
3 494-505
3494-531
349 4-54 5
349 4-54 8

Pop sa fe ty va lve s and relie f va lves (ove r 15 lb w .s .p .) ...............................

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

117.6
110.0
124.3
129.3
124.7
117.4
123.0
128.4
128.4
139.8
129.6
120.0
109.2
95.8
118.6
124.9
103.7
113.8
117.5
112.0
109.7
132.0

117.6
110.0
124.7
130.4
124.5
117.4
123.1
128.4
128.4
151.3
130.2
122.5
109.2
95.8

117.6
110.0
126.9
135.9
124.5
117.4
123.1

4.1
2.6
6.4
12.1
3.1
5.6
1.0

0
0

(3)
(3)
151.3
130.2
122.5
109.2

(3)
(3)
23.1
21.9
9.0
1.8

(3)
131.8
105.2
114.2
117.1
112.7
114.3
132.0

(3)
(3)
131.8
105.2
114.6
118.2
112.7
114.3
132.0

(3)
(3)
18.1
2.9
3.9
2.8
4.5
4.8
4.0

o
0
.4

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

91.6
130.1

91.6
130.3

95.0
130.5

2.2
6.2

3.7
.2

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

112.7
113.2
122.1
120.9
104.0
123.1
113.7
112.5
116.6
127.8
118.4
106.1
106.8
105.2

113.1
113.6
122.6
121.1
104.0
123.7
115.2
112.5
116.6
129.5
118.4
106.5
108.0
105.2

113.4
113.8
122.6
121.1
104.0
123.7
115.8
112.5
116.6
129.4
118.4
107.0
108.0
107.5

2.2
2.2
2.5
2.2
-.6
3.9
4.4
3.0
-.7
4.8
1.9
2.2
3.3
5.7

.3
.2
0
0
0
0
.5

2.2

P lum bing and heating va lves and specia ltie s, exclud in g p lu m b e rs’ brass

S e lf-co n ta in e d d ire ct a ctu a te d pre ssure re g ula tor v a lv e s ...........................

3494-6
3 49 4-65 5
3 494-7
3 494-723
3 49 4-72 3 02
3 49 4-72 5
3494-72501
3494-72502
3494-785
3 494-798
3 494-8
3 494-815
3494-841
3 49 4-84 1 04
3494-9
3494-SM
3494-M
3 494-S

T h re ad ed type .........................................................................................................
S ta in le ss and allo y steel fitting s, fla ng es, and u n io n s .................................
S ocke t-w e ld and th rea d ed type .......................................................................
Butt-w elding t y p e ....................................................................................................
Pipe c o u p lin g s .............................................................................................................
A ll o th e r m etal fitting s and unions fo r piping system s ................................
Fluid p ow e r hose and tub e fittin g s ..........................................................................
F ittin gs fo r m etal and p lastic tu b in g ....................................................................
H o se end fittin g s and hose a ssem blies fo r fluid p ow e r s y s te m s .............
O th e r hose c o n n e c to rs .........................................................................................
P arts and co m p o n e n ts fo r va lves and pipe fittin g s (sold sepa ra tely)
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts .................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p r o d u c t s ..................................................................................................
W ire s p r in g s ..................................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c t s ................................................................................................................
Precision m e ch an ica l sp rin gs ....................................................................................
C o m p re ssion type, sh ipm en ts to O .E.M ............................................................
A u to m o tive ................................................................................................................
O th e r m a c h in e ry .....................................................................................................
C o n su m e r g o o d s ....................................................................................................
O th e r ...........................................................................................................................
C o m p re ssion type, o th e r s h ip m e n ts ....................................................................
E xte n sio n t y p e .............................................................................................................
T o rsio n t y p e ..................................................................................................................
O th e r w ire s p r in g s ..........................................................................................................
O th e r u p h o lste ry and furnitu re sp rin gs ..............................................................
O th e r w ire sp rin gs .....................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro d u cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S e co n da ry P ro d u c ts .......................................................................................................

3 495

M iscellan eo u s fab ricate d w ire p r o d u c ts .............................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
N o n insu la ted fe rro u s w ire rope, ca b le and s tr a n d .............................................
S teel w ire rope and ca ble ......................................................................................
C o m p osite strand, rope and c a b le ......................................................................
O the r steel w ire strand ............................................................................................
W ire form s ....................................................................................................................
Ferrous w ire clo th and o th e r ferro us w o ven wire p ro d u c ts ............................
Insect wire screening ...............................................................................................
Industrial w ire c lo t h ....................................................................................................

3 496

S teel fen cin g and fen ce gates ..................................................................................
Chain link fencing ......................................................................................................
W ire fence, w o ven and w e lded ............................................................................
S teel nails, spikes, brads, staples and tacks ......................................................
B right n a ils ....................................................................................................................

3495-P
3495-2
349 5-21 2
3495-21211
349 5-21 2 15
3495-21 2 17
349 5-21 2 19
3 495-214
3 495-215
3495-217
3495-3
3495-319
3495-398
3495-SM
3495-S

3496-P
3496-1
3496-111
3496-121
3496-135
3496-141
3496-4
3496-411
3496-461
3496-498
3496-6
3496-613
3496-621
3496-7
3496-711

See footnotes at end of table.




92

1.8
4.2
0
0
0
(3)
(3)
0
0
0
0
(3)
(3)

.9
0
0
0

0
0

-.1
0
.5
0

1 2 /8 2

108.5

108.5

109.5

1.3

.9

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
O the
1 2 /8 2 r
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 6 /8 9
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

116.1
115.5
116.0
110.8

116.8
116.3
118.5
110.9
162.4
114.6
104.7
119.5

117.3
116.7
118.4
110.9
162.0
114.1
104.7
119.8

5.0
4.2
4.0
.1

.4
.3
-.1

0
-.2
(3)
(3)
-.4
(3)
(3)
o
100.0
(3)
116.5
8.9
.3
(3)
122.6
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
133.8
134.3
.4
(3)
(3)
ferro us w oven clo th and w oven w ire (3) d u c ts ...................................
p ro
o
111.6
111.6
o
122.7
122.5
122.5
7.4
o
122.1
120.9
120.9
6.5
(3)
100.0
101.1
101.1
0
o
109.1
109.1
108.6
-2 .2
o
126.2
126.2
126.2
-1 .9

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
p e rcen t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
code

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

M iscellan eo u s fab ricate d w ire p ro d u cts— C ontinued
O the r ferro us fab ricate d w ire p ro d u c ts ...................................................................
W ire chain, t i r e ............................................................................................................
W ire chain, o th e r ........................................................................................................
W e ld ed steel w ire fab ric (co n crete re in forcing m esh) .................................
W ire g a rm en t h a n g e rs ..............................................................................................
W ire c a r t s ......................................................................................................................
W ire c a g e s ....................................................................................................................
O th e r fe rro us w ire p ro du cts ...................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
M iscellan eo u s re ce ipts ................................................................................................
R e sales ................
S e co n da ry p roducts
S eco n da ry pro du cts

3496-8
3496-841
349 6-84 9
3496-861
3496-871
3 496-873
3 496-875
3 496-898
3496-SM
3496-M
3496-Z 89
3496-S
3 496-SS

M etal foil and l e a f ......................................................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Lam inated alum inum foil rolls and sh ee ts fo r fle xible packa ging uses .....
P olyethylene coated or lam inated, foil and paper co m bination ...............
O the r foil and pap er c o m b in a tio n s ......................................................................
N o n-foo d p ro du cts ................................................................................................
C o nve rte d unm ou nte d alum inum foil fo r nonpa cka ging a p p lic a tio n s .........
U nm o un ted o r coate d (plain or printed) ............................................................
O th e r m etal foil and l e a f .............................................................................................
O th e r m etal foil and leaf including co m p ositio n ( co m b ina tio n o f tw o
or m ore m etals) ..................................................................................................
S e co n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip ts ...................................................

3498

F abricated m etal products, n.e.c...........................................................................................
P rim ary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................
S afe s and v a u lt s .............................................................................................................
S afe s and c h e s t s .......................................................................................................
A ll o th e r bank and security va ults and e q u ip m e n t........................................
M etal s tra p p in g ...............................................................................................................
M etal strapping ...........................................................................................................
A ll o th e r fab ricate d m etal pro du cts ........................................................................
P erm anent m agnets, e xcep t ceram ic ................................................................
M etal spools and reels ............................................................................................
O the r fabricated m etal p r o d u c ts ...........................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous receipts ................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p roducts ......................................................................................................

3499

M achinery, e xcep t electrical ...................................................................................................

O ct.
1 9892

116.4
115.6

116.3

117.2

3.8

(3)
114.7
107.4
138.2
119.5
109.8
109.3

(3)
114.7
(3)
138.2
119.2
109.8
110.3

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
3.6
1.1
1.9

118.9
118.9
121.8

(3)
(3)
10.5
(3)

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

35

3497-P
3497-2
3 49 7-21 5
3 49 7-21 6
349 7-21 6 14
3497-3
3 497-352
3497-4
3497-411
3497-SM

3498-P
3498-1
3498-101
3498-10111
3 49 8-10 1 14
3498-102
3498-10203
3498-5
3498-501
3498-502
3498-503
3498-SM
3498-S

3499-P
3499-1
3499-101
3 49 9-19 8
3499-3
349 9-35 7
3499-4
3499-455
3499-475
3499-498
3499-SM
3499-M
3499-Z 89
3499-S

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 4 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

(3)
109.1

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

(3)
(3)
121.3
121.3

118.2
118.2
121.5
(3)

(3)

1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4
1 2 /8 4

122.1
116.7
108.6
113.9
107.7
113.0
112.0
119.6
126.2

122.1
116.6
109.1
113.3
108.1
114.2
112.2
119.9
120.9

122.2
116.8
109.1
113.3
108.2
114.2
113.0
121.9
120.5

4.6
6.1
7.4
7.8
8.0
2.1
5.5
4.3
.7

.1
.2
0
0
.1
0
.7
1.7
-.3

1 2 /8 4

126.2

120.9

120.5

.7

-.3

0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1
0 6 /8 1

128.0
126.6
123.3

131.4
127.3
122.8

130.9
126.8
123.0

1.6
-.9
-1 .8

-.4
-.4
.2

0 6 /8 1
1 2 /8 6
0 6 /8 1
0 6/81
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 6/8 1
0 8/8 1
0 6/8 1

118.6
101.2
124.1
130.2
128.9
151.2
120.8
142.6
162.5

117.0
97.9
124.2
131.3
130.8
161.2

-1 .9
-3 .9
-.2
-1 .4
-1 .8
3.5
-3 .2
14.8

.7
1.6
0
-.4
-.7
-4 .0

(3)
157.8

117.8
99.5
124.2
130.8
129.9
154.8
120.8
157.2

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

0 4 /8 2

110.8

112.6

112.5

-.8

-.1

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

114.3
112.1
112.2
127.2
100.3

114.8
112.7
112.2
127.2
100.3

115.2
113.1
112.2
127.2
100.3

2.1
2.5
4.2
6.4
4.5

.3
.4
0
0
.0

(3)
(3)
112.0
107.6
115.9
111.1

(3)
(3)
112.9
107.7
121.2
111.9

(3)
(3)
113.5
107.7
121.2
112.8

(3)
(3)
3.0
3.6
6.4
2.8

(3)
(3)
.5
0
0
.8

0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5
0 6 /8 5

136.2
127.0
115.0

136.2

136.2

-3 .7

0

(3)
115.8

(3)
116.9

(3)
5.1

(3)
.9

1 2 /8 4

3497

Fabricate d pipe and fab ricate d pipe fitting s ......................................................................
Prim ary p ro d u c ts ................................................................................................................
Iron and steel pipe, tube, and fit t in g s .....................................................................
Iron and steel pipe and pipe fittin g s (including cu sto m w o rk fo r
co n tra cto rs) ..........................................................................................................
P etrochem ical, paperm ill, and w a ter sew age tr e a tm e n t.........................
O th e r iron and steel pipe and fit t in g s .............................................................
Iron and steel tubing and f it t in g s .........................................................................
W elded t u b in g ..........................................................................................................
N o nferrous pipe, tube, and fittin g s ...........................................................................
A lum inum and alum inum base alloy pipe, tube, and fittin g s ......................
C opper and co pp er base alloy pipe, tube, and fitting s ...............................
O the r nonferrous pipe, tube, and fittin g s ...........................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
S econdary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................................

Sep.
19892

110.3

111.5

111.6

3.9

.1

(3)
(3)
(3)
121.2

0.8
(3)
0
(3)
0
-.3
0
.9
.6
.6
.2
(3)

(3)
-.4

Engines and T u rb in e s ...............................................................................................................

351

1 2 /8 4

109.0

110.8

111.3

4.8

.5

Turbines and turbine gen erato r s e t s ...................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
S team , gas, and hydraulic turbine gen erato r set units and p a r ts ................
M ech an ica l drive steam , gas, and hydraulic turbines, n o n lo co m o tive
steam eng in es and p arts ....................................................................................
S team turbines, steam engines and parts .......................................................
S team turbines .......................................................................................................
G as turbines, e xcep t aircraft, and parts and a c c e s s o rie s ..........................
Parts and a ccesso rie s fo r gas turbines, e xce p t a irc ra ft...........................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................

3511

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

121.8
122.1
117.1

122.7
123.2
117.1

123.9
124.7
123.4

6.4
7.7
13.5

1.0
1.2
5.4

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

129.5
133.8
116.2

131.1
133.8

131.2
132.5
116.2

6.1
6.3
9.1

.1
-1 .0

0 6 /8 2
0 6 /8 2

140.9
131.7

144.7
(3)

146.3
131.7

5.8
2.9

Internal co m b ustio n engines, n .e .c........................................................................................
Prim ary p r o d u c ts .................................................................................................................
G aso lin e engines, u nder 11 h.p. (e xce pt a u t o ) ...................................................
G aso lin e engines, 11 h.p. and o ver (e xce pt auto) ............................................
G aso lin e engines, 11 - 60.9 h.p. (e xce pt auto) ..............................................

3519

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

109.8
110.3
108.8
119.4
114.3

112.1
112.6
110.0
119.9
114.3

112.4
113.0
110.0
120.2
114.3

4.2
3.6
2.5
.8
.7

3 5 1 1-P
3511-1
3511-2
3511-21
3511-211
3511-23
3 511-235
3 5 1 1-S

3519-P
3519-1
3519-2
3519-2A

See footnotes at end of table.




93

(3)

(3)
1.1
(3)
.3
.4
0
.3
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U n ad ju sted
p e rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
co de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

Internal co m b ustio n engines, n.e.c.— C o ntinued
G aso lin e engines, 11 - 20.9 h . p .......................................................................
G asoline engines, 61 h.p. and o ver (except a u t o ) ........................................
G asoline engines, 61 - 150.9 h . p .....................................................................
Diesel, sem idiesel, and dual fuel engines (except a u to m o tiv e )....................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, under 151 h.p ............................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 151 h.p. and o v e r .....................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 151 - 200.9 h.p .....................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 201 - 250.9 h.p .....................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 251 - 300.9 h.p .....................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 301 - 350.9 h.p .....................................
Diesel, sem idiesel and dual fuel, 1501 h.p. and o v e r ..............................
Diesel, sem idiesel, and dual fuel engines (a u to m o tiv e )...................................
O utboard e n g in e s ...........................................................................................................
P arts and accesso rie s ..................................................................................................
C ylinder liners (s le e v e s )...........................................................................................
C ylinder heads ............................................................................................................
C rankshafts, e n g in e ...................................................................................................
Fuel in jection system s, e n g in e ..............................................................................
O the r parts and a c c e s s o rie s ..................................................................................
S econdary p ro du cts and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts ....
R e sales .............................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ..........
O th e r se con da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................

3519-212
3519-2B
3519-222
3519-3
3519-3A
3519-3B
3519-319
3519-321
3519-323
3519-325
3519-333
3519-4
3519-5
3519-9
3519-904
3519-905
3519-908
3519-916
3 519-998
3519-S M
3 519-M
3519-Z 89
3 5 1 9-S
3519-S S S

Sep.
1 98 9 2

O ct.
1 98 9 2

1 2 /8 8
0 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
0 2 /8 3
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 8
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 8

100.8
124.0
85.4
105.3
103.3
105.9

100.5
125.1
86.6
106.9
103.1
107.6

(3)
94.6
102.2
113.3
127.4
108.5
126.1
110.9
101.0
103.2
101.5
115.3
101.4

(3)
96.9
103.8
117.2
128.9
110.2
124.4
114.3
101.8
103.6
101.5
123.8
104.8

100.5
125.6
86.6
106.9
103.1
107.6
119.7
96.9
103.8
117.2
128.9
110.2
129.1
114.5
101.8
103.6
101.5
123.8
105.0

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

99.1
94.6
109.2
124.0

103.3
98.6
110.1
125.2

103.2
98.5
110.1
125.2

O ct. 1988

Sep. 1989

0
.4
0
0
0
0

(3)
0.8
(3)
3.1
3.2
3.1
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1.6
(3)
4.0
(3)
(3)
(3)
6.4
(3)
5.3
5.3
7.7
9.1

(3)
0
0
0
0
0
3.8
.2
0
0
0
0
.2
-.1
-.1
0
0

Farm and garden m ach ine ry and e q u ip m e n t...................................................................

352

1 2 /8 4

107.4

108.4

108.6

4.6

.2

Farm m a ch ine ry and e qu ip m e nt ...........................................................................................
P rim ary p r o d u c t s .................................................................................................................
C om m e rcial tu rf and g ro un ds m ow ing e quipm ent, including parts and
a tta ch m e n ts .............................................................................................................
G ang rotary cu ttin g units, reel and rotary ........................................................
P arts and a tta ch m e n ts fo r co m m e rcia l tu rf and g ro un ds m ow ing
e q u ip m e n t.............................................................................................................
C o m m e rcial tu rf and g ro un ds care equ ip m e nt, e xce p t m owing, including
p arts and a tta c h m e n ts ..........................................................................................
W h e el tra c to rs and a tta chm en ts, except: c o n tra c to rs ’ type, lawn and
garden, and m o to r t ille r s .....................................................................................
T w o -w h e el drive farm type tra cto rs, including fro n t-w h e e l assist
t y p e s ........................................................................................................................
F o ur-w h ee l drive farm type tra cto rs, including tra c to rs w ith equal
size tires, fro n t and rear ..................................................................................
U n de r 200 p to h o r s e p o w e r.................................................................................
250 pto h o rse p o w e r and o v e r ...........................................................................
A tta ch m e n ts fo r w h ee l tra cto rs, farm type and non farm (industrial)

3523
3523-P

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

113.0
113.4

113.9
114.3

113.8
114.0

4.6
4.6

-.1
-.3

3523-A
3 5 2 3 -A 1 5

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

113.7
124.5

114.5
128.9

114.4
127.9

2.2
3.5

-.1
-.8

3523-A31

1 2 /8 2

100.2

98.9

98.9

1.6

0

t y p e .....................................................................................................................
Farm dairy m achines, spra yers and dusters, farm e le va to rs and farm
b low ers .......................................................................................................................
S praye rs and d u ste rs ................................................................................................
P ow er sprayers, fie ld and ro w cro p type s ....................................................
T ra c to r m o u nte d .................................................................................................
O the r tha n tra c to r m o u nte d ...........................................................................
O th e r s p r a y e r s .........................................................................................................
Farm e le va to rs and b lo w e r s ...................................................................................
P lanting, seeding, and fertilizin g m a c h in e ry ..........................................................
P lanting and se ed in g m a c h in e ry ...........................................................................
Fertilizing m a c h in e ry ..................................................................................................
M anure spreaders, c o n ve yo r type ...................................................................
Harrow s, rollers, pulverizers, stalk cutte rs, and sim ilar e q u ip m e n t..............
S ta lk sh re dd ers and cu tte rs and ro tary m o w e rs ............................................
H arrow s and co m b ina tio n tilla g e e q u ip m e n t....................................................
H arve sting m a ch ine ry ...................................................................................................
Field forag e h a r v e s te rs ............................................................................................
Field forag e harveste rs, sh ear-bar, se lf-p ro p e lle d type s and pull
typ e s ...................................................................................................................
C o m b in es (h a rveste r-th re she rs), e xcep t pea nu t c o m b in e s ........................
O th e r harvestin g m achinery, including p icker-sh ellers and co tto n
strip p ers .................................................................................................................
H aying m a c h in e ry ...........................................................................................................
Hay balers, all t y p e s ..................................................................................................
P low s and listers, exclud in g turf and gro un ds m ach ine ry ..............................
C hisel plow s, dee p t illa g e .......................................................................................
Farm m achinery and equipm ent, n.e.c., excluding parts ................................
C u ltiv a to rs .................................................................................................... .................
Corn and c o tto n type cu ltiva to rs (shank and sw eep t y p e ) .....................
Field c u ltivato rs ......................................................................................................
M achines fo r preparing crops fo r m arket o r u s e ............................................
Feed grinders, feed mixers, and burr m i lls ...................................................
Farm poultry e q u ip m e n t...........................................................................................

3523-B

1 2 /8 2

124.8

131.5

131.5

7.7

0

3523-1

1 2 /8 2

114.3

114.3

114.3

8.0

.0
0

3 52 3 -1 A

1 2 /8 2

116.3

116.3

116.3

10.9

3 5 2 3 -1 B
3523-131
352 3-13 5

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

106.9
117.9
100.4

(3)
(3)
(3)

106.9
117.9
100.4

.4
1.2
0

352 3-18 7

1 2 /8 2

116.7

116.7

116.7

2.8

0

3523-2
3 523-2B
3 52 3-22
3523-221
352 3-22 4
3 52 3-25 6
3 52 3-2C
3523-3
3 52 3-3A
3 523-3B
352 3-35 7
3 523-4
352 3-4A
3523-4B
3 523-5
352 3-5A

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 7
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

117.8
116.1
114.0
92.2
98.4
110.5
115.9
110.6
109.4
115.0
105.2
112.6
115.0
109.6
111.5
107.7

119.9
118.5
116.5
93.0
102.9
110.5
116.9
112.3
111.4
115.9
105.8
115.2
115.0
113.8
112.1
108.4

123.6
122.4
118.7
95.9
102.3

8.3
10.4
8.4
8.6
7.8

3.1
3.3
1.9
3.1
-.6

(3)
120.1
111.1
109.5
115.9
105.8
115.2
115.0
113.8
112.2
108.4

(3)
4.3
2.3
2.0
3.9
4.9
4.0
4.5
4.2
5.0
4.0

(3)
2.7
-1.1
-1 .7
0
0
0
0
0
.1
0

3 52 3-56 3
3523-511

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

108.9
113.3

109.9
114.3

109.9
114.3

5.7
5.8

0
0

352 3-58 2
3523-6
352 3-65 5
3 523-7
3523-766
3523-8
3 523-8A
3523-806
3523-816
3523-8B
3523-826
3523-8C

1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2
1 2 /8 2

113.4
110.7
110.7
115.7
108.5
115.3
121.0
116.9
125.2
111.4
113.3
105.1

111.9
112.2
112.1
116.9
108.7
116.3
125.4
123.8
129.0
111.8
115.3

113.4
112.2
112.1
117.1
109.3
115.9
121.5

2.4
1.7
1.9
4.3
3.3
2.3
3.9

1.3
0
0
.2
.6
-.3
-3.1

(3)
129.0
111.8
115.3
105.1

(3)
3.3
2.6
4.5

(3)

(3)

(3)

See footnotes at end of table.




94

(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

0
0
0

Table 5. Producer price indexes for the net output of selected industries and their products—Continued
U nadjusted
pe rce n t ch an ge
to O ct. 1989 fro m —

Index
Industry and p ro d u c t1

Industry
c o de

P roduct
co de

Index
base
June
19892

Farm m ach ine ry and e qu ip m e nt— C o ntinued
B arn and barnyard e qu ip m e nt ..............................................................................
S elf-p ro p e lle d irrigation s y s te m s ...........................................................................
S e lf-prop elled irrigation system s, ce n te r-p ivo t ............................................
Hog e q u ip m e n t............................................................................................................
Farm w a go n s and o th e r farm tra n sp o rta tio n e q u ip m e n t.............................
O the r farm tra n sp o rta tio n equ ip m e nt .............................................................
P arts fo r farm m ach ine ry and equipm ent, excl. com m , turf and g rounds
e quip ...........................................................................................................................
Farm m ach ine ry and e qu ip m e nt parts sold to original e qu ip m e nt m frs .
Farm m ach ine ry and e qu ip m e nt parts sold fo r re p la ce m e n t and repair
P arts fo r c u ltiva to rs and w e e d e r s ....................................................................
Parts fo r sp rayers and d u s te r s ..........................................................................
Parts fo r harvesting m a c h in e ry .........................................................................
S econdary products and m iscellaneous r e c e ip ts ...................................................
M iscellaneous re ce ipts ................................................................................................
R esales ..........................................................................................................................
S econdary p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
O the r secondary p ro d u c ts ......................................................................................
C o nstructio n m achinery and e q u ip m e n t............................................................
Lawn and garden e q u ip m e n t..................................................................................................
Prim ary pro du cts ................................................................................................................
C onsum er nonriding lawn, garden, and snow e q u ip m e n t...............................
Lawn m o w e r s ..............................................................................................................
Rotary, push type, gasoline engine p o w e r e d ..............................................
Rotary, self-propelled, gasoline engine p o w e re d .......................................
Reel, all t y p e s ..........................................................................................................
R otary garden (m otor) tillers ..................................................................................
S now throw ers (snow blow ers), excep t a tta chm en t t y p e s .........................
S ingle stage .............................................................................................................
Dual s t a g e .................................................................................................................
P ow ered lawn e d g e r s /tr im m e rs ............................................................................
Fixed blade, gaso lin e eng in e or e le ctric p o w e r e d .....................................
O the r co nsu m e r n onriding lawn, g arden, and sn ow e q u ip m e n t...............
Yard vacuu m s and blow ers ...............................................................................
All oth e r equipm ent, incl. pow ered hedge trim m ers, 2 w heel w alking
tractors, and lawn sw eepers .....................................................................
P arts and a tta chm en ts fo r co nsum er nonriding lawn, garden, and snow
e q u ip m e n t..................................................................................................................
A tta chm en ts
Parts .........
C onsu m e r riding lawn, garden, and sn ow e q u ip m e nt ......................................
Garden t r a c to r s ...........................................................................................................
U nder 16.0 h p ..........................................................................................................
16.0 hp and o v e r ...................................................................................................
Law n tra cto rs and riding m o w e rs ....................................................................... .
Front e ngine lawn tra cto rs and riding m ow ers ...........................................
10.0 hp and o v e r ...............................................................................................
R ear e ngine lawn tra cto rs and riding m ow ers ............................................
6.0 hp and over ..................................................................................................
P arts and a tta ch m e n ts fo r co nsu m e r riding lawn, g arden, and snow
e q u ip m e n t..................................................................................................................
A tta c h m e n ts ..................................................................................................................
P arts ...............................................................................................................................
S eco n da ry p ro du cts and m iscellan eo u s r e c e ip t s ...................................................
S eco n da ry p r o d u c ts ......................................................................................................
C o nstructio n, m ining, and m a terials handling m ach ine ry and
e qu ip m e nt .............................................................................................................................
C o n