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Prices slip in September

November 6, 2006 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 84, ISSUE 45

U.S. chemical prices fell in September, according to data from the Labor Department. The producer price index for all chemicals declined 0.9% from August to 208.0 (1982 = 100). Meanwhile, the September index for industrial chemicals fell 2.5% from the previous month to 217.1. Compared with September 2005, the index for all chemicals was up 6.7%, while that for industrial chemicals rose 10.4%.

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