Output price ‘factory gate’ annual inflation for all manufactured products rose 5.7 per cent in the year to October 2011.
Month on month the output price measure for all manufactured products was unchanged between September and October.
The ‘narrow’ output price measure, which leaves out volatile sectors, showed an annual rise of 3.4 per cent.
Input price annual inflation rose 14.1 per cent in October, compared with a rise of 17.7 per cent in the year to September.
Month on month, the input price measure of UK manufacturers’ materials and fuels fell 0.8 per cent in October.
The ‘narrow’ input price measure rose 10.5 per cent in the year to October. In seasonally adjusted terms the index fell 0.5 per cent between September and October.
Source: Office for National Statistics
Producer Price Indices monitor the price changes of goods bought and sold by UK manufacturers. Input prices are prices of materials and fuels bought and output prices, also known as ‘factory gate prices’, are prices at which goods are sold.
The figures shown are not seasonally adjusted unless otherwise specified.
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