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      U.S. Import and Export Price Indexes summary

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      8:30 a.m. (ET) Thursday, August 13, 2020
      
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                                      U.S. IMPORT AND EXPORT PRICE INDEXES - JULY 2020                                
      
      U.S. import prices increased 0.7 percent in July, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today, 
      following a 1.4-percent advance in June and a 0.7-percent rise in May. The increases for all 3 months were 
      primarily driven by higher fuel prices. The price index for U.S. exports advanced 0.8 percent in July, after 
      rising 1.2 percent the previous month.
      
      Imports 
      
      U.S. import prices rose for the third consecutive month in July, increasing 0.7 percent for the month and 2.8 
      percent from April to July, the largest 3-month advance since May 2011. The July advance was led by rising 
      fuel prices; nonfuel prices also contributed to the increase. Despite the advance over the past 3 months, the 
      price index for U.S. imports declined 3.3 percent over the past year. (See table 1.)
      _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
      	   Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic Impact on July 2020 Import and Export Price Index Data
      	   
      The Bureau of Labor Statistics did not make any changes to either the collection method or estimation 
      methodology for the July release of U.S. Import and Export Price Indexes. Survey response rates for July 
      were 4.9-percentage points lower than those in July 2019. A small number of indexes that are normally 
      published were not published in July. Additional information is available at www.magnetmusik.com/covid19/import-
      export-price-indexes-covid19-impacts-july-2020.htm.
      _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
      
      Fuel Imports: Import fuel prices advanced 6.9 percent in July, after increasing 21.9 percent and 13.7 
      percent the 2 previous months. The 48.2-percent rise from April to July was the largest 3-month advance 
      since the index increased 58.6 percent in the third quarter of 1990. Despite the recent increases, import fuel 
      prices fell 32.8 percent over the past 12 months. In July, a 7.8-percent advance in petroleum prices more 
      than offset a 9.1-percent decline in natural gas prices. The July rise in petroleum prices followed increases 
      of 23.1 percent in June and 14.3 percent in May; import petroleum prices fell 34.6 percent over the past 
      year. In contrast, natural gas prices advanced 45.1 percent for the year ended in July. 
       
      All Imports Excluding Fuel: The price index for nonfuel imports advanced 0.2 percent in July following 
      increases of 0.3 percent in June and 0.1 percent in May. In July, the rise was driven by higher prices for 
      nonfuel industrial supplies and materials, capital goods, and consumer goods which more than offset lower 
      prices for foods, feeds, and beverages and automotive vehicles. Prices for nonfuel imports were unchanged 
      from July 2019 to July 2020. 
       
      Nonfuel Industrial Supplies and Materials: Prices for nonfuel industrial supplies and materials rose 1.2 
      percent in July, after increasing 1.3 percent the previous month. The July advance was led by higher prices 
      for unfinished metals and lumber. 
      
      Finished Goods: Finished goods prices were mixed in July. Capital goods prices rose 0.3 percent, the largest 
      monthly advance since February 2018. The price index for consumer goods increased 0.2 percent, led by 
      higher prices for nontextile apparel goods and medicinal, dental, and pharmaceutical materials. In contrast, 
      prices for automotive vehicles decreased 0.2 percent in July.
      
      Foods, Feeds, and Beverages: The price index for foods, feeds, and beverages decreased 1.2 percent in July, 
      after a 0.4-percent drop in June. The July decline was driven by a 10.4-percent drop in meat prices and a 
      5.5-percent fall in fruit prices.
      
      Table A. Percent change in Import and Export Price Indexes, selected categories
      
      
      Month IMPORTS EXPORTS
      All
      imports
      Fuel
      imports
      Nonfuel
      imports
      All
      exports
      Agri-
      cultural
      exports
      Non-
      agricultural
      exports

      2019

      July

      0.0 0.1 0.0 0.2 0.2 0.2

      August

      -0.6 -4.2 -0.1 -0.6 -2.4 -0.3

      September

      0.1 1.0 -0.1 -0.3 -1.6 -0.2

      October

      -0.4 -1.6 -0.3 0.0 1.7 -0.2

      November

      0.2 2.2 -0.1 0.1 2.4 -0.1

      December

      0.2 1.3 0.1 -0.2 -0.1 -0.2

      2020

      January

      0.2 -0.1 0.3 0.6 2.0 0.6

      February

      -0.7 -9.1 0.2 -1.2 -2.9 -1.1

      March

      -2.4 -26.5 0.0 -1.4 -1.4 -1.4

      April

      -2.6 (r)-30.9 -0.5 (r)-3.5 (r)-3.3 -3.5

      May

      (r)0.7 (r)13.7 0.1 (r)0.0 -0.5 (r)-0.1

      June

      1.4 21.9 0.3 (r)1.2 (r)1.5 (r)1.2

      July

      0.7 6.9 0.2 0.8 1.5 0.7

      July 2018 to 2019

      -2.0 -7.2 -1.2 -0.9 3.5 -1.5

      July 2019 to 2020

      -3.3 -32.8 0.0 -4.4 -3.3 -4.6

      Footnotes
      (r) Revised

      Exports 
      
      U.S. export prices advanced 0.8 percent in July following a 1.2-percent increase the previous month. Higher 
      prices for nonagricultural exports and agricultural exports both contributed to the July rise. Despite the 
      upturn in the past 2 months, the price index for U.S. exports decreased 4.4 percent for the year ended in 
      July. (See table 2.)
      
      Agricultural Exports: Agricultural export prices advanced 1.5 percent for the second consecutive month in 
      July, the first monthly increases since January. In July, rising prices for soybeans, dairy products, corn, 
      vegetables, cotton, and fruit more than offset falling prices for meat, nuts, and wheat. Prices for agricultural 
      exports declined 3.3 percent over the past 12 months, led by a 15.4-perent decrease in corn prices, a 21.6-
      percent drop in nut prices, and a 5.7-percent fall in meat prices.   
      
      All Exports Excluding Agriculture: The price index for nonagricultural exports increased 0.7 percent in 
      July, after advancing 1.2 percent in June. The July rise was primarily driven by increasing prices for 
      nonagricultural industrial supplies and materials; rising prices for capital goods and consumer goods also 
      contributed to the overall advance. In contrast, automotive vehicles prices and prices for nonagricultural 
      foods, feeds, and beverages declined in July. Despite the increases in the past 2 months, nonagricultural 
      prices declined 4.6 percent over the past year.       
      
      Nonagricultural Industrial Supplies and Materials: Prices for nonagricultural industrial supplies and 
      materials exports rose 2.1 percent in July following advances of 4.2 percent in June and 0.2 percent in May. 
      The index rose 6.6 percent from April to July, after decreasing 16.9 percent the previous 3 months. The July 
      increase was led by a 4.7-percent advance in export fuel prices.     
      
      Finished Goods: Finished goods prices were mixed in July. The price index for export capital goods rose 
      0.2 percent following declines of 0.2 percent in June and 0.1 percent in May. Consumer goods prices 
      advanced 0.5 percent in July, the largest 1-month increase since July 2016. The July 2020 rise followed 
      decreases in each of the previous 4 months and was driven by a 1.4-percent advance in prices for medicinal, 
      dental, and pharmaceutical materials. In contrast, prices for automotive vehicles fell 0.3 percent, after 
      edging down 0.1 percent in June, May, and April.
      
      Measures of Import and Export Prices by Locality
      
      Imports by Locality of Origin: Import prices from China rose 0.2 percent in July, after no change the 
      previous month. The price index for imports from China fell 0.5 percent from July 2019 to July 2020, the 
      smallest 12-month decrease since January 2019. Prices for imports from Japan ticked up 0.1 percent in July 
      following a 0.3-percent increase in June and a 0.3-percent decrease in May. Import prices from Japan also 
      rose 0.1 percent over the past year. Prices for imports from Canada advanced 2.3 percent in July, after rising 
      13.1 percent in June. Both monthly increases were driven by higher petroleum prices. The price index for 
      imports from Canada declined 10.1 percent over the past 12 months. Import prices from the European Union 
      increased 0.6 percent in July and prices for imports from Mexico rose 0.1 percent. (See table 7.)
      	
      Exports by Locality of Destination: Prices for exports to China rose 1.2 percent in July, after increasing 
      1.5 percent in June and 1.0 percent in May. The 3.7-percent advance from April to July was the largest 3-
      month rise since the index was first published in December 2017. Despite the recent advances, export prices 
      to China decreased 3.5 percent for the year ended in July. The price index for exports to Japan increased 0.7 
      percent in July following a 2.6-percent rise the previous month. Prices for exports to Japan declined over the 
      past 12 months, falling 4.8 percent. Export prices to Canada advanced 1.1 percent in July, the largest 
      monthly increase since the index rose 1.5 percent in March 2019. The July advance followed 0.5-percent 
      and 0.1-percent increases the previous 2 months. Despite the recent advances, prices for exports to Canada 
      declined 4.5 percent over the past year. The price indexes for exports to the European Union and Mexico 
      also rose in July, increasing 1.0 percent and 0.9 percent, respectively. (See table 8.)
      
      Terms of Trade Indexes: Terms of trade indexes are based on country, region, or grouping and measure 
      the change in the purchasing power of exports relative to imports. The U.S. terms of trade with China 
      increased 0.9 percent in July, after advancing 1.5 percent in June and 1.1 percent in May. The increase of 
      3.5 percent from April to July was the largest 3-month advance since the index was first published in 
      December 2017. In July, higher export prices to China more than offset rising import prices from China. 
      The index for U.S. terms of trade with Japan rose 0.6 percent in July following a 2.3-percent increase the 
      previous month. The U.S. terms of trade with the European Union and Mexico also advanced in July, rising 
      0.4 percent and 0.8 percent, respectively. In contrast, the index for U.S. terms of trade with Canada 
      decreased in July, falling 1.1 percent, after declining 11.1 percent in June. (See table 9.)
      
      Import and Export Services
      
      Imports: Import air passenger fares declined 4.0 percent in July following a 7.0-percent increase in June. 
      The July decrease was led by lower European fares which more than offset higher Asian fares. The index 
      for air passenger fares fell 16.5 percent from July 2019 to July 2020. Import air freight prices declined 14.3 
      percent in July, after falling 3.1 percent the previous month. The July decrease was the largest 1-month 
      decline since the index was first published monthly in December 2005. Despite the drop, import air freight 
      prices rose 51.8 percent for the year ended in July. (See table 10.)
      
      Exports: Export air passenger fares rose for the second consecutive month, advancing 5.5 percent in July 
      following a 6.4-percent increase in June. Those increases followed a 20.3-percent drop from January to 
      May. The July advance was led by higher European, Asian, and Latin American/Caribbean fares. The index 
      for export air passenger fares declined 11.5 percent over the past 12 months. Export air freight prices edged 
      down 0.1 percent in July, after rising 2.2 percent in June and 0.7 percent in May. Prices for export air freight 
      advanced 1.0 percent for the year ended in July.  
      		
      Import and Export Price Index data for August are scheduled for release on Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 
      8:30 a.m. (ET).
      
      

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