Producer Price Index PPI Definition Thursday, November 15, 11:35 AM ET
The producer price index measures average price changes received by domestic producers for finished products or services. Data is compiled through a systematic sampling of producers and is published monthly by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The index measures price changes from a reference period defined to equal 100, which dates back to 1982. Core PPI excludes volatile items from the calculation, such as energy prices.
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