The International Price Program (IPP) produces Import/Export Price Indexes (MXP) containing data on changes in the prices of nonmilitary goods and services traded between the U.S. and the rest of the world.
Prices for U.S. imports advanced 1.2 percent in October, after rising 0.4 percent in
September. Export prices increased 1.5 percent in October following a 0.4-percent
advance the previous month. Over the past year, import prices rose 10.7 percent and
export prices increased 18.0 percent.
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