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No. 574. WHOLESALE PRICE INDEXES, BY COMMODITIES: 1950 TO 1972 [1967=100, except as indicated. Prior to 1965, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. See text, p. 345. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series E 25-41, for indexes on 1947-49 base]
Wholesale Price Indexes
No. 574. WHOLESALE PRICE INDEXES, BY COMMODITIES: 1950 TO 1972-Continued [ 1967=100, except as indicated. Prior to 1965, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. See text, p. 345. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957 series E 25-41, for indexes on 1947-49 base]
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Wholesale Prices and Price Indexes, monthly and annual, and Monthly Labor Review.
No. 575. WHOLESALE PRICES OF SELECTED COMMODITIES: 1950 TO 1972
[In dollars per unit. Annual averages. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series E 101-112, for selected
NA Not available. 1 Prior to 1965, No. 2 hard winter wheat.
2 1950 price for 10 spot market, 1516" middling; 1955, for 14 spot market, 1516" middling; 1960, for 1''; 1965, price is for 15 market average; 1969, for 1516" middling for 12 spot market averages.
3 Prior to 1965, eggs, extras, New York. Price per gallon.
$ 10-month average.
11-month average. 7 Break in price series caused by change in reporter sample.
81950 price for bulk lots, Savannah; 1955, tank cars, New York.
1950-1955 prices for 16" thickness; 4" thereafter.
10 1950-1955 prices, broker to consumer, Pittsburgh basing point; thereafter, consumers' buying price, including brokerage, delivered, Pittsburgh district.
11 1950 price, standard, heavier than 60 lb., No. 1 open hearth, f.o.b., mill; thereafter, standard, carbon steel, No. 1 open hearth, 115 lb. per linear yard, control cooled, base quantity, fo.b. mill.
12 1955 price for nails, wire, 8d common, carload lots; 1957 through August 1960, packed in fiberboard boxes; September 1960, lots of 30,000 lb.; prior to 1965, price is for units of 100; thereafter, for units of 50.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Wholesale Price and Price Indexes, annual.
Export and Import Prices
No. 576. AVERAGE PRICES (UNIT VALUES)-SELECTED ARTICLES EXPORTED AND IMPORTED: 1950 to 1972
[In dollars per unit. Includes trade of Puerto Rico with foreign countries. Values of goods imported represent market values in foreign country from which imported. Unit values obtained by dividing annual values of imports or domestic exports by annual quantities. Values of goods exported represent values at port of exportation. Unit values may show actual price movements only roughly for commodities subject to considerable price variations among different grades, methods of packing, etc., and to year-to-year variations in proportions of grades, etc. Unit values of agricultural exports also include effects of CCC sales for exports, at prices well below U.S. market quotations, and of other Government programs]
No. 577. CONSUMER PRICE INDEXES, BY COMMODITY GROUPS: 1920 to 1973
[1967 100. Prior to 1965, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Beginning 1965, index structure revised to reflect buying patterns of urban wage earners and clerical workers in the 1960's, including single workers living alone as well as families of two or more persons; indexes for prior years apply only to families of two or more persons. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series E 113-139, for indexes on 1947-49 base]
NA Not available.
1 Includes restaurant meals and snacks eaten away from home.
2 Comprises eggs, fats and oils, sugar and sweets, nonalcoholic beverages, and miscellaneous foods.
3 Includes home purchase, mortgage interest, taxes, insurance, and maintenance and repairs. Includes telephone, water, and sewerage services not shown separately.
Includes housekeeping supplies and services not shown separately.
Includes miscellaneous apparel and apparel services not shown separately.
7 Includes tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, and financial and miscellaneous personal expenses.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Monthly Labor Review,