Tag: wholesale

Industries, Retail & Wholesale

Wholesale inflation rose 0.6% in February, much more than expected

March 14, 2024

Via: NBC News

Wholesale prices accelerated at a faster-than-expected pace in February, another reminder that inflation remains a troublesome issue for the U.S. economy. The producer price index, which measures pipeline costs for raw, intermediate and finished goods, jumped 0.6% on the month, […]

Finance Tech, Liquidity

Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

July 24, 2023

Via: ABC News

Benchmark U.S. crude oil for September delivery rose $1.67 to $78.74 a barrel Monday. Brent crude for September delivery rose $1.67 to $82.74 a barrel. Wholesale gasoline for August delivery rose 9 cents $2.90 a gallon. August heating oil rose […]

Industries, Retail & Wholesale

Wholesale prices jumped a record 9.7% in 2021

January 13, 2022

Via: ABC News

Prices at the wholesale level surged by a record 9.7% for all of 2021, setting an annual record and providing further evidence that inflation is still present at all levels of the U.S. economy. The Labor Department reported Thursday that […]

Industries, Retail & Wholesale

US wholesale prices drop record 1.3% in April

May 13, 2020

Via: ABC News

WASHINGTON — Wholesale prices slid a record 1.3% in April led by a 19% plunge in the cost of energy, further signaling the potential threat of deflation in the United States. The Labor Department said that its producer price index, […]

Industries, Retail & Wholesale

Amazon Prime Day will take a bite out of the food sector as Whole Foods is included

July 6, 2018

Via: Market Watch Inc. is including Whole Foods Market in its annual Prime Day shopping event this year, a move that will put pressure on grocers along with other retailers. Amazon AMZN, -0.07% said Prime Day, which will last 36 hours starting […]

Industries, Retail & Wholesale

Wholesale prices jumped in April

May 12, 2017


Inflation at the wholesale level jumped in April by the largest amount in three months, fueled by rising prices of food and energy. The Labor Department says its producer price index, which measures inflation before it reaches the consumer, rose […]

Industries, Retail & Wholesale

January Wholesale Inventories Rise Unexpectedly

March 10, 2016

Via: The New York Times

Wholesale inventories in the United States unexpectedly rose in January as sales tumbled, suggesting that efforts by businesses to reduce an inventory overhang could persist well into 2016 and restrain economic growth in the coming quarters. The Commerce Department said […]