NAHB Analyzes Producer Prices in March

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April 15, 2015

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Producer Price Indexes for March revealed a 0.2 percent inflation in producers' prices.

The increase came after a string of monthly declines, and was led by increasing prices for energy, mainly gasoline. Prices for services rose 0.1 percent.

For building materials, prices for gypsum and wood products declined in March. Softwood lumber prices declined 1.6 percent.

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