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Textiles WPI falls in Nov 2005

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Dec '05
CSO Ireland released Wholesale Price Index (WPI) of November 2005.

Factory gate prices increased by 1.1 percent in November 2005.

This compares to a decrease of 1.4 percent recorded for November of last year.

As a result, the annual percentage change showed an increase of 3.5 percent in November 2005, which compares to an increase of 0.9 percent in October 2005.

In the month, the index for export sales increased by 1.3 percent while the index for home sales remained unchanged.

In the year there was an increase in export sales of 3.5 percent and an increase in home sales of 2.6 percent.

In the month the most significant changes were increases in Basic chemicals (+1.7 percent).

Contributing to the annual change were increases in Basic chemicals (+5.5 percent), and Other food products (+7.7 percent), while there was a decrease in Office machinery and computers (-3.0 percent).

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The most notable yearly changes were increases in Bituminous emulsions (+17.6 percent) and Electrical fittings (+9.8 percent).

The textiles prices drops in November 2005.

Building and construction All material prices increased by 0.7 percent in the month Year on year, the price of Capital goods increased by 2.6 percent, while there was a monthly price increase of 0.2 percent.

The price of Energy products increased by 7.8 percent in the year since November 2004, while Petroleum fuels increased by 22.0 percent.

In November 2005, there was a monthly decrease in Energy products of 1.3 percent and a decrease in Petroleum fuels of 4.3 percent.

Central Statistics Office


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