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U.S. producer prices decline 0.2% in December

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
U.S. producer prices fell a seasonally adjusted 0.2% in December, led by lower food prices, the U.S. Department of Labor reported Tuesday
Core producer prices, which exclude the volatile categories of food and energy, rose 0.1% last month, led by cigarettes
Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had predicted that overall producer prices would decline 0.1% in December, while core prices rose 0.1%.
Food producer prices fell 0.9% in December -- the largest decline since May 2011 -- after a 1.3% gain in the prior month that was due, in part, to a severe drought
Meanwhile, energy prices fell 0.3% in December, led lower by gasoline
For all of 2012, wholesale prices increased 1.3%, the smallest growth in a calendar year since 2008

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El Genio dijo...

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - U.S. retail sales rose a seasonally adjusted 0.5% in December as Americans apparently shrugged off a bitter budget battle in Washington over taxes and spending. The increase in sales was the highest since September. Excluding autos, retail sales 0.3%, according to Commerce Department data released Tuesday. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch expected retail sales to increase by 0.2% overall and by 0.2% minus autos. Sales were also revised slightly higher for November and October. In the last month of 2012, auto sales led the way with a 1.6% increase. Sales also rose 1.4% for home-furnishing stores, 1.2% for bars and restaurants, 1.0% for apparel outlets and 0.5% for nonstore retailers such as Internet shopping giant Amazon. Sales fell 1.6% at gas stations - a good thing for consumers - as fuel prices retreated for a third straight month. Sales also declined 0.6% at stores that sell electronics and appliances. In November, retail sales were revised up a notch to a 0.4% gain from 0.3% as originally reported. The decline in sales in October - partly an effect of Hurricane Sandy - was revised up to -0.2% from -0.3%. In 2012, retail sales rose an unadjusted 5.2%, down from 7.9% in 2011 but similar to the 5.6% increase reported for 2010

El Genio dijo...

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - U.S. consumer prices were flat in December on a seasonally adjusted basis, held in check by muted energy costs. So-called core prices, which exclude the volatile food and energy categories, edged up a scant 0.1%, the Labor Department said Wednesday. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had forecast no change in the main CPI and a 0.1% uptick in the core rate