Producer Price Index

  • Consumers Grumpier; PPI Drops Slightly

    The Reuters/University of Michigan consumer sentiment dropped 1.7 points mid-month, compared to the end of February. The Producer Price Index for “final demand” fell 0.1 percent in February.

    National 17 March 2014 13:34

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