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The Economics Daily

Final demand producer prices up 4.2 percent over the year ended March 2021 

April 13, 2021
The Producer Price Index for final demand increased 4.2 percent for the 12 months ended in March 2021. Prices for final demand goods increased 7.0 percent over this 12-month period. Final demand less foods and energy prices increased 3.6 percent. Final demand services prices increased 3.0 percent, while final demand construction prices increased 1.5 percent over the year ended in March. Full Text »
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Monthly Labor Review

Beyond the Numbers

    Understanding latency in fatal occupational injuries

    In 2019, 5,333 people died as a result of injuries that occurred at work. Although some fatal injuries result in death on the same day, there are a substantial number of cases that have some latency, or delay between the date of injury and the date of death. This Beyond the Numbers article presents information on these latent cases.
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