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The Economics Daily

Producer prices for final demand up 2.1 percent for year ended January 2020 


February 26, 2020
From January 2019 to January 2020, producer prices for final demand increased 2.1 percent, the largest advance since moving up 2.1 percent for the 12 months ended May 2019. For the year ended January 2020, prices for final demand goods increased 1.8 percent, while prices for final demand services increased 2.0 percent. Full Text »
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Monthly Labor Review

Monthly Labor Review

Occupational employment and wage differences across cohorts of establishments  
Elizabeth Weber Handwerker, David S. Piccone Jr, Elizabeth Cross
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Beyond the Numbers

Why the prices of natural and synthetic rubber do not always bounce together

This Beyond the Numbers article investigates why natural and synthetic rubber are distinct products, what influences their prices over time, and how the pricing data between April 2016 and January 2018 may give the impression that synthetic and natural rubber markets are more closely related than in reality.
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