WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Prices paid to U.S. producers remained unchanged in May as energy
prices declined for the second month in a row, the Labor Department said Friday, in a report
showing U.S. inflation remained benign.
Excluding the volatile food and energy sector, producer prices rose a modest 0.2 percent last
month after inching up 0.1 percent in April. Producer prices including food and energy fell 0.3
percent in April. Reut08:39 06-09-00
Entspricht glaube ich in etwa den Erwartungen.