Norway September Producer Prices by Market

Following is a summary of the September PPI report from Statistics Norway in Oslo:

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                                  Sept.    Aug.    July    June     May   April
                                   2011    2011    2011    2011    2011    2011
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                                 -------------  Yearly % change ---------------
Domestic and Export Markets       15.3%   12.8%   16.1%   14.4%   18.0%   20.0%
Domestic Market                    7.4%    8.4%    9.1%    9.9%   10.9%    9.6%
                                 -------------  Monthly % change --------------
Domestic and Export Markets        1.8%   -2.5%    1.6%   -0.9%   -2.1%    2.3%
Domestic Market                   -0.1%   -1.2%   -0.6%   -0.9%   -0.5%    0.0%
                                 ------------- Index Levels -------------------
Domestic and Export Markets       240.1   235.8   241.9   238.2   240.4   245.6
Domestic Market                   167.7   167.8   169.8   170.8   172.3   173.1
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NOTE: Producer prices index base year 2000 =100
As of January 2009 a new version of Eurostat’s industry classification,
NACE, is in use. The producer price index (PPI) and the commodity price
index for the industrial sector (VPPI) are affected by the change of
nomenclature from the publication of the January 2009 index.

SOURCE: Statistisk Sentralbyra 
       (Statistics Norway)     

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