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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index in February 2017: -0.2 percent

The Producer and Import Price Index fell in February 2017 by 0.2% compared with the previous month, reaching 100.2 points (base December 2015 = 100). This decline is due in particular to lower prices for scrap, petroleum products and pharmaceutical products. Compared with February 2016, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products rose by 1.3%. These are the findings from the Federal Statistical Office (FSO).

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index in January 2017: +0.4 percent

The Producer and Import Price Index rose in January 2017 by 0.4% compared with the previous month, reaching 100.4 points (base December 2015 = 100). The rise is due in particular to higher prices for petroleum products, scrap and watches. Compared with January 2016, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products rose by 0.8%. These are the findings from the Federal Statistical Office (FSO).

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index, December 2016: +0.2 percent MoM, -1.8 percent YoY

The Producer and Import Price Index rose in December 2016 by 0.2% compared with the previous month, reaching 100.0 points (December 2015=100). Inflation was 0.0% in comparison with December 2015. The average annualised inflation rate in 2016 was -1.8%. These are the findings from the Federal Statistical Office (FSO).

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FX Daily, January 19: Dollar Gives Back Most of Yellen-Inspired Gains

While the US 10-year yield is unchanged, the dollar is consolidating its gains against the yen in a relatively narrow range of about half a big figure below JPY115.00. It has seen its gains pared more against the euro and sterling, where most of Yellen-inspired gains have been unwound. Sterling found support near $1.2250 and was bid up to $1.2335 by early in the European sessions.

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index, November 2016: +0.1 percent MoM, -0.6 percent YoY

The Producer and Import Price Index rose in November 2016 by 0.1% compared with the previous month, reaching 99.9 points (base December 2015 = 100). The slight rise is due in particular to higher prices for scrap and petroleum products. Compared with November 2015, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products fell by 0.6%. These are the findings from the Federal Statistical Office (FSO).

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FX Daily, November 14: Dollar Steps Up to Start Week

The US dollar rally that moved into a higher gear in the second half of last week has begun the new week with a bang. It is up against nearly all the major and emerging market currencies. Even sterling, which last week, managed to eke out modest gains against the greenback is under pressure today.

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index, October 2016: +0.1 percent MoM, -0.2 percent YoY

The Producer and Import Price Index rose in October 2016 by 0.1% compared with the previous month, reaching 99.8 points (base December 2015 = 100). While the Producer Price Index declined by 0.1%, the Import Price Index rose by 0.3%. The slight overall increase is due in particular to higher prices for petroleum products. Compared with October 2015, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products fell by 0.2%. These are the...

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index, September 2016: +0.3 percent MoM, -0.1 percent YoY

The Producer and Import Price Index rose in September 2016 by 0.3% compared with the previous month, reaching 99.7 points (base December 2015 = 100). The rise is due in particular to higher prices for petroleum products. Compared with September 2015, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products fell by 0.1%.

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FX Daily, October 14: Firm Dollar Consolidating, Awaiting US Retail Sales

The US dollar is firm against most of the major currencies, but within yesterday's ranges, which seems somewhat fitting amid the light new stream. The high-yielding Australian and New Zealand dollars are resisting the stronger greenback, while on the week the Aussie and the Canadian dollar are the only majors to gain.

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FX Daily, September 13: Much Noise, Weak Signal

The last ECB meeting and Dragh's hawkish comments is for us the main reason of the euro strength, this despite stronger Swiss GDP growth.

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index, August 2016: -0.3 percent MoM, -0.4 percent YoY

The Producer and Import Price Index fell in August 2016 by 0.3% compared with the previous month, reaching 99.5 points (base December 2015 = 100). This decline is due in particular to lower prices for petroleum products and pharmaceutical products. Compared with August 2015, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products fell by 0.4%.

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index, June 2016: +0.1 percent MoM, -1.0 percent YoY

The Producer and Import Price Index rose in June 2016 by 0.1% compared with the previous month, reaching 99.9 points (base December 2015 = 100). Whereas the Producer Price Index declined by 0.2%, the Import Price Index rose by 0.8%. The slight increase of the overall index is due in particular to higher prices for petroleum products. Compared with June 2015, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products fell by 1.0%.

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index, May 2016: 0.4 percent MoM, -1.2 YoY

The strongly negative change in producer prices in 2015 reduced the Swiss franc overvaluation in terms of the Real Effective Exchange. Now, however, producer prices are approaching the zero change again. It must also be noted that producer prices had fallen by 6% in 2015, while consumer prices went down only by 1.5%. Large margins are remaining for the Swiss retail sector.

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index in April 2016: Down 2.4 percent to last year, up 0.3 vs last month

The Producer and Import Price Index (PP) rose in April 2016 by 0.3% compared with the previous month. The Producer Price Index increased by 0.2%, the Import Price Index rose by 0.4%. The rise is due in particular to higher prices for petroleum products. Compared with April 2015, the PPI is down 2.4%

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index in March 2016: The Producer and Import Price Index remains stable overall

The Producer and Import Price Index remained unchanged in March 2016 compared with the previous month at 99.0 points (base December 2015 = 100). Whereas the Producer Price Index increased by 0.1%, the Import Price Index remained unchanged on average. Compared with March 2015, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products fell by 4.7%. These are the findings of the Federal Statistical Office (FSO).

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Swiss Producer and Import Prices Index February 2016: 0.6 percent MoM, 4.6 percent YoY

17.03.2016 09:15  - FSO, Prices (0353-1602-50) Producer and Import Price Index in February 2016 Neuchâtel, 17.03.2016 (FSO) – The Producer and Import Price Index fell in February 2016 by 0.6% compared with the previous month, reaching 99.0 points (ba...

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index in January 2016: Minus 5.3 percent YoY

The Producer and Import Price Index fell in January 2016 by 0.4% compared with the previous month, reaching 99.6 points (base December 2015 = 100). Whereas the Producer Price Index declined by 0.1%, the Import Price Index fell by 0.8%. The decline is due largely to falling prices for petroleum products. Compared with January 2015, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products fell by 5.3%. These are the findings of the...

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