August Producer Price Index : flat M/M vs. +0.1% expected and +0.1% prior. Core PPI +0.1% M/M in-line with expectation and +0.2% prior. 1 comment!
FOMC meeting begins 7:45 ICSC Retail Store Sales 8:30 Producer Price Index 8:55 Redbook Chain Store Sales 9:00 Treasury International Capital Post your comment!
July Producer Price Index : +0.1% M/M vs. +0.1% expected and +0.4% prior. Core PPI +0.2% M/M vs. +0.2% expected and +0.2% prior. Post your comment!
8:30 Producer Price Index -FD 8:30 Empire State Mfg Survey 9:00 Treasury International Capital 9:15 Industrial Production 9:55 Reuters/UofM Consumer Sentiment 10:00 E-Commerce Retail Sales Post your comment!
two years may be easing at last. Input prices are rising, according to the PMI, and our survey suggests the producer price index , which logs factory-gate prices, may be down just 0.8% on-year in July, compared with 1.1% in June
other factors are applied to the tariff: a reduction for efficiency, currently 0.70%, and adjustment for Mexico's producer price inflation, excluding petroleum. Over the 10 years to 2012, the Mexican PPI excluding petroleum was 4.1%; however, it declined 1.5% in 2013. Our GAP forecasts call for 1% for 2014 and 3
few things to watch that might influence the timing and magnitude of interest rate increases: Inflation – consumer and producer price indexes (CPI) www.bls.gov/cpi/ and www.bls.gov/ ppi / Job creation and wage inflation – monthly jobs report – www.bls.gov/ Small business optimism index – www.nfib
is not performing as well as hoped. News on the producer front was even worse with their equivalent of the Producer Price Index down 2.3% versus a 2.0% decline the previous month. Producer prices have been trending down for about two years
are able to increase their tariffs annually at Producer Price Index -Finished Goods ( PPI -FG) +2.65% through 2015, which provides an inflation hedge for those businesses ..... for interstate pipelines, the FERC allows a PPI -FG + 2.65% tariff increase every year which provides