Producer Price Index (PPI)

Summary: Price changes in the net output of producers

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This database reflects the price movements of the net output of producers organized by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).  A limited number of measures are available starting in 1913. Most are available for shorter periods.   


The database includes all industries in the goods-producing sectors of the U.S. economy: mining, manufacturing, agriculture, fishing, and forestry, natural gas, electricity, and construction. Coverage includes roughly 500 mining and manufacturing industries and approximately 150 services industries. Because the PPI is meant to measure changes in prices received by domestic producers, it excludes import products.  Percent changes reflect annual figures, i.e., the annual change in prices over the latest one-year period.  For additional details on categories and methodology, see Producer Price Index.



Geographic Coverage: U.S.

Periodicity: Monthly