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    Economic News Release
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    U.S. Import and Export Price Indexes summary

    Transmission of material in this release is embargoed until                              USDL-20-0047
    8:30 a.m. (EST) Thursday, January 16, 2020
    
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                           U.S. IMPORT AND EXPORT PRICE INDEXES - DECEMBER 2019
    
    Prices for U.S. imports advanced 0.3 percent in December, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 
    today, after ticking up 0.1 percent the previous month. The December rise was driven by increasing fuel 
    prices. U.S. export prices declined 0.2 percent in December following a 0.2-percent advance in November.
    
    Imports
    
    The price index for U.S. imports rose 0.3 percent in December, the largest monthly advance since the index 
    increased 0.6 percent in March. Prices for imports rose 0.5 percent in 2019, after decreasing 0.9 percent in 
    2018. The 12-month advance in December was the largest over-the-year increase since the index rose 0.7 
    percent between November 2017 and November 2018. (See table 1.)
    
    Fuel Imports: Prices for import fuel increased 2.8 percent in December following a 1.3-percent advance the 
    previous month. Higher December prices for both petroleum and natural gas contributed to the overall 
    increase in fuel prices. Petroleum prices rose 2.1 percent in December, after not changing in November; 
    prices for natural gas advanced 19.4 percent following a 42.0-percent November jump. The price index for 
    import fuel increased 19.3 percent in 2019 following a 13.1-percent drop the previous year. A 22.3-percent 
    rise in petroleum prices over the past year more than offset lower natural gas prices. Despite advancing 
    123.7 percent over the past quarter, prices for natural gas fell 13.3 percent in 2019.
    
    All Imports Excluding Fuel: Nonfuel import prices were unchanged in December, after edging down 0.1 
    percent in November. Prices for nonfuel imports have not risen on a monthly basis since the index ticked up 
    0.1 percent in February. In December, declining nonfuel industrial supplies and materials prices offset 
    higher prices for foods, feeds, and beverages and for finished goods. The price index for nonfuel imports 
    decreased 1.4 percent in 2019 following a 0.6-percent advance the previous year. The 2019 decline was the 
    first calendar-year drop since the index fell 3.4 percent in 2015. Prices for nonfuel industrial supplies and 
    materials; finished goods; and foods, feeds, and beverages all decreased in 2019. 
    
    Nonfuel Industrial Supplies and Materials: The price index for nonfuel industrial supplies and materials 
    declined 0.1 percent in December, after not changing in November. The December drop was led by a 1.2-
    percent decrease in unfinished metals prices.  
    
    Finished Goods: Finished goods prices were mostly up in December. Capital goods prices rose 0.1 percent, 
    after a 0.3-percent drop in November. Prices for automotive vehicles also ticked up 0.1 percent in December 
    following the same increase the previous month. Consumer goods were unchanged, after edging down 0.1 
    percent in November. 
    
    Foods, Feeds, and Beverages: Prices for foods, feeds, and beverages advanced 1.1 percent following a 0.5-
    percent decline the previous month. In December, rising prices for vegetables, meat, and fruit drove the 
    overall increase.
    
    Table A. Percent change in Import and Export Price Indexes, selected categories
    
    
    Month IMPORTS EXPORTS
    All
    imports
    Fuel
    imports
    Nonfuel
    imports
    All
    exports
    Agri-
    cultural
    exports
    Non-
    agricultural
    exports

    2018

    December

    -1.4 -13.3 0.0 -0.6 3.8 -1.1

    2019

    January

    0.2 4.6 -0.3 -0.6 -2.1 -0.4

    February

    1.0 10.2 0.1 0.6 0.2 0.7

    March

    0.6 7.2 -0.2 0.7 0.9 0.7

    April

    0.2 1.9 -0.1 0.1 -1.4 0.2

    May

    0.2 3.6 -0.3 -0.3 -1.1 -0.2

    June

    -1.1 -7.8 -0.3 -0.6 2.4 -0.9

    July

    0.0 0.1 0.0 0.2 0.2 0.2

    August

    -0.6 -4.2 -0.1 -0.6 -2.4 -0.3

    September

    0.1 (r)1.0 -0.1 -0.3 -1.6 -0.2

    October

    (r)-0.4 (r)-1.7 -0.2 (r)0.0 1.7 -0.2

    November

    (r)0.1 (r)1.3 -0.1 0.2 2.2 0.0

    December

    0.3 2.8 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 -0.1

    Dec. 2017 to 2018

    -0.9 -13.1 0.6 1.1 2.3 1.0

    Dec. 2018 to 2019

    0.5 19.3 -1.4 -0.7 -1.3 -0.6

    Footnotes
    (r) Revised

    Exports 
    
    U.S. export prices fell 0.2 percent in December following a 0.2-percent increase in November. Lower prices 
    for both nonagricultural exports and agricultural exports contributed to the decrease. Prices for overall 
    exports declined 0.7 percent in 2019 following a 1.1-percent increase in 2018. The 2019 drop was the first 
    calendar-year fall since the index declined 6.6 percent in 2015. (See table 2.)
    
    Agricultural Exports: Prices for agricultural exports decreased 0.1 percent in December, after increasing 
    2.2 percent in November and 1.7 percent in October. In December, decreasing prices for soybeans, fruit, and 
    vegetables more than offset higher meat prices. The price index for agricultural exports fell 1.3 percent over 
    the past year following a 2.3-percent increase in 2018. Prior to 2019, agricultural prices had not declined for 
    a calendar-year since 2016.  
    
    All Exports Excluding Agriculture: The price index for nonagricultural export prices edged down 0.1 
    percent in December following no change the previous month. Lower prices for nonagricultural industrial 
    supplies and materials, automotive vehicles, and consumer goods all contributed to the overall decline. 
    Nonagricultural export prices decreased 0.6 percent in 2019, the first calendar-year decline since 2015. 
    Previously, prices for nonagricultural exports rose 1.0 percent from December 2017 to December 2018. 
    
    Nonagricultural Industrial Supplies and Materials: Nonagricultural industrial supplies and materials prices 
    fell 0.3 percent in December, after ticking up 0.1 percent in November. The December decrease was driven 
    by a 0.7-percent drop in chemicals prices and a 0.6-percent decline in nonferrous metals prices. 
    
    Finished Goods: Prices for export finished goods were mostly down in December. Automotive vehicle 
    prices fell 0.4 percent, the largest monthly decline since a 0.5-percent drop in August 2016. The decrease 
    was led by a 2.2-percent drop in the price index for engines and engine parts. The price index for consumer 
    goods edged down 0.1 percent in December, after rising 0.1 percent the previous month. Prices for capital 
    goods were unchanged in December.
    
    Measures of Import and Export Prices by Locality
    
    Imports by Locality of Origin: Import prices from China were unchanged in December, after 0.1-percent 
    declines in each of the previous 2 months. Prices for imports from China fell 1.8 percent in 2019, and have 
    not increased on a calendar-year basis since a 3.6-percent advance in 2011. The index for import prices from 
    Japan fell 0.1 percent in December following a 0.1-percent increase in November. Import prices from Japan 
    rose 0.4 percent in 2019, after a 1.0-percent advance the previous year. The price indexes for imports from 
    Canada, Mexico, and the European Union all increased in December. Prices for imports from Canada rose 
    0.6 percent and import prices from Mexico advanced 0.3 percent, both led by higher fuel prices. Import 
    prices from the European Union ticked up 0.1 percent. (See table 7.)
    
    Exports by Locality of Destination: Export prices to China increased 0.2 percent in December following a 
    0.7-percent advance in November. Despite the recent increases, prices for exports to China declined 0.4 
    percent in 2019, after falling 1.5 percent in 2018, the first full year the locality of destination indexes were 
    published. The price index for exports to Japan was unchanged in December following a 0.1-percent 
    advance in November. Export prices to the European Union were unchanged for the second consecutive 
    month in December. In contrast, prices for exports to Mexico and Canada both declined in December. The 
    price index for exports to Mexico fell 0.5 percent, after a 0.6-percent advance the previous month, and 
    export prices to Canada decreased 0.2 percent following a 1.0-percent rise in November. (See table 8.)
    
    Terms of Trade Indexes: Terms of Trade indexes are based on country, region, or grouping and measure 
    the change in the purchasing power of exports relative to imports. The U.S. terms of trade with China rose 
    0.2 percent in December, after a 0.8-percent advance in November. The index for U.S. terms of trade with 
    China increased 1.4 percent in 2019 following a 1.3-percent drop the previous year. In 2019, the increase 
    resulted from import prices from China falling at a greater rate than export prices to China. The U.S terms 
    of trade with Japan ticked up 0.1 percent in December following no change the previous month. The index 
    for U.S. terms of trade with Canada decreased 0.8 percent in December, after edging down 0.1 percent in 
    November. Higher import prices from Canada and lower export prices to Canada contributed to the 
    December drop. The U.S. terms of trade with Mexico also fell 0.8 percent in December following a 1.5-
    percent advance in November. The index for U.S. terms of trade with the European Union declined 0.1 
    percent for the third consecutive month in December. (See table 9.)
    
    Import and Export Services
    
    Imports: Import air passenger fares rose 5.7 percent in December, after increasing 15.9 percent from 
    August to November. The December advance was led by a 19.3-percent rise in Asian fares and a 16.1-
    percent increase in Latin American/Caribbean fares. Despite the recent increase, import air passenger fares 
    declined 4.7 percent in 2019. The price index for import air freight rose 1.3 percent in December and 
    decreased 3.7 percent over the past year. (See table 10.)
    
    Exports: Export air passenger fares fell 0.7 percent in December following a 3.3-percent increase in 
    November. In December, decreasing European and Asian fares more than offset higher Latin 
    American/Caribbean fares. The index for export air passenger fares declined 2.6 percent for the year ended 
    in December. Export air freight advanced 0.8 percent in December and fell 0.6 percent in 2019.
    
    Import and Export Price Index data for January are scheduled for release on Friday, February 14, 2020 at 
    8:30 a.m. (EST).
    
    

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