Import Prices Archive

retail sales/import prices

[Skip to the end] Karim writes: Headline retail sales stronger than expected at 1.29% and ex-autos also firm at 1.23% But ex-autos and gasoline closer to expectations at 0.64% and control group (feeds into GDP) in line at 0.50%. Headline import prices firm at 1.7%, but 0.7% ex-petroleum, and 0.4% ex-all fuels. ...Read More

2008-06-12 US Economic Releases

[Skip to the end] Import Price Index MoM (Released 8:30 EST) Import Price Index X Petro MoM (Released 8:30 EST) Import Price Index YoY (Released 8:30 EST) Import Price Index X Petro YoY (Released 8:30 EST) Import Prices TABLE (Released 8:30 EST) Advance Retail Sales (Released 8:30 EST) Retail Sales Less Autos ...Read More

2008-04-11 US Economic Releases

Import Price Index MoM (Mar) Survey 2.0% Actual 2.8% Prior 0.2% Revised n/a Import Price Index YoY (Mar) Survey 13.7% Actual 14.8% Prior 13.6% Revised 13.4% This is a very strong inflation channel. U. of Michigan Confidence (Apr P) Survey 69.0 Actual 63.2 Prior 69.5 Revised n/a From Karim: Michigan survey takes ...Read More

2008-03-13 US Economic Releases

Import Price Index MoM (Feb) Survey 0.8% Actual 0.2% Prior 1.7% Revised 1.6% Import Price Index YoY (Feb) Survey n/a Actual 13.6% Prior 13.7% Revised 13.8% Import Prices Ex Petroleum YoY Survey n/a Actual 4.5% Prior 3.6% Revised n/a Exports MoM (Feb) Survey n/a Actual 0.9% Prior 1.2% Revised n/a Exports YoY ...Read More

Breakout!

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Updated January 31 month end report

Please excuse the mix of Bloomberg and Valance graphs. Comments welcome. Went blurry eyed trying to organize it all. Markets reacted strongly to Friday’s -17,000 non-farm payroll number. Several sources called it the first negative payroll number in 4 years. How quickly they forget the first negative number was the initial August ...Read More