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Industrial producer prices down 0.2% in Euro-zone

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Jan '06
Eurostat announces that November 2005, which is compared to November 2004, and excluding the energy sector, industrial prices increased by 1.4 Percent in the euro-zone and by 1.5 Percent in the EU25.

Prices in the energy sector rose by 14.8 Percent and 20.1 Percent respectively. Intermediate goods increased by 1.7 Percent in the euro-zone and by 1.8 Percent in the EU25.

Non-durable goods gained 1.4 Percent in both zones. Durable consumer goods increased by 1.2 Percent in the euro-zone and by 1.1 Percent in the EU25. Capital goods rose by 1.0 Percent and 1.2 Percent respectively.

Among Member States for which data are available, the highest increases were observed in the United Kingdom (+12.5 Percent), Denmark (+12.1 Percent), the Netherlands (+7.8 Percent) and Slovakia (+7.4 Percent). The only decrease was recorded in Poland (-0.2 Percent), while prices in the Czech Republic remained stable.

The euro-zone1 industrial producer price index2 fell by 0.2 percent in November 2005 compared with the previous month. In November 2005, EU25 prices rose by 0.5 percent. In October3 prices increased by 0.6 percent in the euro-zone and by 0.9 percent in the EU25.

In November 2005 compared to November 2004, industrial producer prices rose by 4.2 percent in the euro-zone and by 5.5 percent in the EU25.

These figures come from Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Communities.

Eurostat


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