Statens Jordbruksverk
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Prisindex och priser inom livsmedelsområdet

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Summary

From this publication the price indices will be published with the year of 2000 as base year (2000=100). At the same time there has been a revision of the weights, wich means that the development of the indices is different in the new series compared with those presented with 1995=100.

Input Price Index has increased with 3,0 % between Januari 2003 and Januari 2004. All posts in the Input Price Index have increased during the period. Fertilizers, soil improvers is the single post with the highest increase (11,6 %) during the period.

Output Price Index has decreased with 0,6 % between Januari 2003 and Januari 2004. This can mainly be explained by the prices for oats, pigs and cattle which have decreased.

Price index for the Food Industry, food from price regulated agricultural products (PPI-J), and Consumer Price Index, food from price regulated agricultural products (KPI-J), have increased with 0,6 % and 1,4 % between Januari 2003 and Januari 2004. The increase of KPI-J is a little bit higher than the general development of consumer prices, calculated with CPI (Consumer Price Index).

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Explanation of symbols

1. Price Indices in the Food Sector.

2. Input Price Index.

3. Output Price Index.

4. Price Index for the Food Industry, food from price regulated agricultural products.

5. Consumer Price Index, food from price regulated agricultural products.1

6. Input Price Index for the EU market.

7. Output Price Index for the EU market.

8. Price trends for certain means of production (elementary indices from Input Price Index).

9. Producer prices for crop products (SEK per 100 kg).

10. Producer prices for animal products (SEK per 100 kg).

11. Mean producer prices for slaughtered livestock (SEK per 100 kg).