Producer prices of manufactured goods recorded the first annual decrease in June, by 0.03%. In August, producer prices fell 1.13%, in September 1.2% and in October 0.66%. In May, producer prices increased by 1.4% year-on-year.

Broken down by sectors, water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation activities grew 13.19% in November, energy prices, home-heating, natural gas and air conditioning jumped 4.16% while producer prices in processing industry increased by 2.68%.

Prices in mining and quarrying dropped 4.01%.

Broken down by industrial groups, durable goods prices rose 10.15%, non-durables climbed 7.69%, energy increased by 5.53%, while capital goods by 3.02%. Intermediary goods dropped 5%.

On a monthly basis, producer prices rose 0.56% in November. By destination, both producer prices for the domestic market and for foreign markets grew 0.4% and 0.9% respectively.

Producer prices in mining and quarrying were 1.42% higher in October and 0.64% higher in processing industry. However, energy prices, home-heating, natural gas, hot water supply, and air conditioning dropped 0.1%. Water supply, sewerage, waste management and other remediation activities stagnated in November from a month earlier.

Energy prices grew 1.19% in November, non-durable goods increased by 0.5%, capital goods by 0.36% and intermediary goods by 0.25%, while durables fell 1.03%.