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Industrial Product Price Index Forecast

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Definition

Industrial Product Price Index (IPPI): The Industrial Product Price Index measures price changes for major commodities sold by manufacturers in Canada. The prices are those the producer receives (as opposed to what the purchaser pays) for the goods. They exclude all indirect taxes and transportation and distribution costs beyond the factory gate.

The Industrial Product Price Index is Available For:

  • Industry Product Prices, Canada, Manufacturing (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Canada, Manufacturing, Food, Beverages and Tobacco (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Manufacturing, Canada, Textile and Clothing (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Manufacturing, Canada, Wood (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Manufacturing, Canada, Paper and Allied Products (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Manufacturing, Canada, Primary Metals (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Manufacturing, Canada, Automobiles and Parts (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Manufacturing, Canada, Machinery (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Manufacturing, Canada, Petroleum and Coal (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Manufacturing, Canada, Chemicals (2002=1)
  • Industry Product Prices, Manufacturing, Canada, Other (2002=1)

Forecasts and research often involve numerous assumptions and data sources, and are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. This information is not intended as specific investment, accounting, legal, or tax advice.

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