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Wholesale Prices Skyrocket in 2007

This is an overview of wholesale price inflation trends in the past year for commodities in industrial and construction channels. Overall, inflation was 6.3 percent in 2007, a significantly larger jump than in 2006.

Inflation by Commodity Group: 44 product groups - 4Q and Full Year 2007

Wholesale prices jumped 6.3 percent in 2007, due to a surge in fuel and food prices. Without fuel and food, core inflation saw a more moderate 2-percent increase, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported.

The government attributed the faster overall rate of increase to the index of finished energy goods, which rose 18.4 percent in 2007 after a much shorter climb of 2 percent a year earlier. Finished ...

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