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February Producer Price Index: Core Final Demand Up 0.1% MoM

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Today's release of the February Producer Price Index (PPI) for Final Demand came in at 0.1% month-over-month seasonally adjusted, up from -0.1% last month. It is at 1.9% year-over-year, down from 2.0% last month, on a non-seasonally adjusted basis. Core Final Demand (less food and energy) came in at 0.1% MoM, down from 0.3% the previous month and is up 2.5% YoY NSA. Investing.com MoM consensus forecasts were for 0.2% headline and 0.2% core.

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Today's release of the February Producer Price Index (PPI) for Final Demand came in at 0.1% month-over-month seasonally adjusted, up from -0.1% last month. It is at 1.9% year-over-year, down from 2.0% last month, on a non-seasonally adjusted basis. Core Final Demand (less food and energy) came in at 0.1% MoM, down from 0.3% the previous month and is up 2.5% YoY NSA. Investing.com MoM consensus forecasts were for 0.2% headline and 0.2% core.

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