Continued rise in UK producer prices

Output price inflation rose to 4.2% in December 2010 according to the Office for National Statistics.  This is sometimes referred to as ‘factory gate’ annual inflation, and measures the output prices that manufacturers sell their products at. The rise on the month was 0.5% which is considered quite significant. At the same time, input price annual inflation rose by 12.5% … Continue reading

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Producer prices continue to moderate in UK

Producer prices are measured in two ways. Firstly, there are input prices which is a measure of those intermediate goods and raw materials which manufacturers need to produce their finished products. And secondly, output prices or ‘factory gate inflation’ which measures the price of finished goods as they leave the factory. In August, figures just published by the Office for … Continue reading

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