NewsBreak: U.S. Producer Prices Fall the Most in 8 Months in Sept

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© Reuters. © Reuters. — U.S. producer prices fell by the most in eight months in September, in further evidence of the slowdown hitting manufacturers across the country – and further afield. The data add to pressure on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates again, in as much as producer prices are often a leading indicator of trends in consumer prices.

  • fell by 0.3% on the month, the biggest drop since January. They haven’t fallen by more since 2016.
  • The fell to 1.4% from 1.8%, the lowest since December 2016 and below expectations for an unchanged reading.
  • The data follow a bigger-than-expected drop in the index to 101.8 in October, from 103.1 in September.
  • U.S. yield down 3 basis points vs Monday at 1.43%
  • at $1.0991 vs $1.0984 before the news.
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