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1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

100.000

5.2

2.6

1.5

–5.2

–6.4

7.0

3.2

–9.1

4.2

89.171 87.650 4.144

3.8 14.7

2.4 –2.7

–1.8 –1.3

–2.8 1.3

–3.3 –3.1

.0 –.3

1.3 –4.0

–4.5 –4.7

.3 .0 5.9

26.501

12.9

6.1

9.1

–10.4

–17.1

33.7

13.8

–24.6

21.9

15.670

9.0

6.4

–2.4

–1.7

–6.7

5.1

11.2

–14.6

5.8

14.149 12.353

16.9

5.7

34.4

–23.8

–36.5

114.7

27.1

–41.9

3.6 53.7

10.831 28.371

20.3 1.0

6.0 1.1

33.7 –3.8

–25.5 –7.4

–40.8 –5.0

137.2 –3.3

17.6 –2.1

–39.5 –2.7

56.9 –2.4

17.170

3.0

2.3

.0

.5

.0

.7

.7

–.2

.5

23.794

1.1

1.8

–.7

–.9

–1.3

–.4

–1.2

–.8

–.7

100.000 8.540 91.459

3.9 –.2 4.4

3.3 17.3 1.7

–1.1 –6.9 –.4

–1.2 –2.9 –1.0

–3.4 –9.3 –2.7

.5 –6.8 1.2

1.1 3.1 .9

–2.5 –1.8 –2.5

1.0 8.0 .4

7.741 23.504

–2.7 15.6

19.9 1.5

–6.5 –2.3

–3.3 –1.4

–8.3 –7.1

–5.7 5.3

1.7 3.6

–.5 –8.6

7.9 5.0

22.111 46.308

15.0 –1.1

1.6 1.8

–2.2 .1

–1.3 –1.6

–6.9 –1.8

6.3 –1.1

3.3 .3

–8.4 –.8

4.8 –1.3

10.870

1.5

1.6

.4

.8

.5

1.0

.5

.4

.8

11.538

.5

1.6

1.4

.8

–.8

.6

–.4

.2

–.6

Import and Export Prices, 2003

Table 1.

U.S. import and export price indexes, annual percent changes for selected categories of goods, 1994–2003

NOTE:

Dash indicates data not available.

2.4

1.2 1.0 3.0

9.5

7.2

6.3 13.2

12.8

  • 1.1

.9

.1

2.2 13.4 1.3

12.6 6.8

6.3

  • .6

.5

.6

3

Automotive vehicles, parts,

4

and engines ........................ Consumer goods, excluding

1 2

Bureau of Economic Analysis category. Relative importance figures are based on 2000 trade values.

End

Description

importance,

use1

November

Percent change for 12 months ended in December—

2003

automotives ........................

Relative

20032

0

Foods, feeds, and beverages ..

1

Industrial supplies and

10 100

Fuels and lubricants ......

Petroleum and petroleum products ..

2

Capital goods ........................

Exports

Imports

All commodities ............... All imports, excluding

petroleum .............................. All imports, excluding fuels .......

materials ............................. Industrial supplies and

materials, excluding petroleum .......................... Industrial supplies and

materials, excluding fuels .

All commodities ............ Agricultural commodities .......... Nonagricultural commodities ....

2 3

Capital goods ............................

Automotive vehicles, parts, and engines ..........................

4

Consumer goods, excluding ..... automotives ...........................

0 1

Foods, feeds, and beverages ..

Industrial supplies and materials Nonagricultural industrial ............ supplies and materials ..........

care, coupled with declines in prices for cigarettes and used cars, contributed to the increase in 2003.

Import price trends

The Producer Price Index (PPI) for finished goods increased 4.0 percent in 2003, following a 1.2-percent rise in 2002. Excluding food and energy prices, the PPI for finished goods was up 1.0 percent, and the PPI for intermediate materials was up 2.1 percent, in 2003. Prices for crude nonfood materials less energy increased 20.8 percent over the year. (See chart 1.)

Energy. Following a 56.9-percent spike in 2002, the index for petroleum and related products rose 12.8 percent in 2003, driven largely by a 12.0-percent increase in crude-oil prices. Tight world crude-oil supplies and geopolitical uncertainties in 2002 carried into 2003. In January, crude-oil prices rose sharply due to a shortage of imports from Venezuela, which faced a

4

Monthly Labor Review

September 2004

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