Import prices in the U.S. in October rose by 0.2%



According to the report of US labor Department, import prices in the U.S. in October rose by 0.2% compared with the previous month, after rising 0.8% in September (revised from +0.7%).

Analysts had forecast growth in October increased by 0.4%.

Over the past 12 months, import prices increased by 2.5%.

Export prices from the U.S. last month remained unchanged after rising 0.7% in September (revised from +0.8%).

Over the past 12 months, export prices increased by 2.7%.




Import prices in the U.S. in October rose by 0.2% 16.11.2017

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