Statens Jordbruksverk
Sveriges officiella statistik - Statistiska meddelanden
Prisindex och priser inom livsmedelsområdet

JO 49 SM 0510

 

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Summary

Input Price Index increased with 1,7 % between September 2004 and September 2005. Animal feedingstuffs has decreased with 6,5 % while Energy and lubricants has increased with 14,1 %. Goods and services contributing to agricultural investments has increased during the period, both for Materials and for Buildings. A forecast on the year 2005 indicates that the Input Price Index will increase with 1,0 %.

Output Price Index decreased with 2,2 % between September 2004 and September 2005. Potatoes for consumption and milk are those products that have the most influence on the decrease over the period. Cattle is one of the items which has the highest increase during the period. Index for crop output decreased with 6,6 % and index for animal output increased with 0,8 %. A forecast on the year 2005 indicates that the Output Price Index will decrease with 1,8 %.

Price index for the Food Industry, food from price regulated agricultural products (PPI-J) has been almost unchanged and Consumer Price Index, food from price regulated agricultural products (KPI-J), has decreased with 1,3 % between September 2004 and September 2005. In the same period the total development of CPI (Consumer Price Index) has increased with 0,6 %.

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Explanation of symbols

1. Price Indices in the Food Sector.1

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