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Monthly Consumer Price Index (CPI) & Producer Price Index (PPI) (since 1913)

CPI & PPI (since c.1950)
CPI, PPI, chained food & beverages, chained all except food & energy, chained energy (since c.2000)

CPI - PPI divergence

CPI - PPI divergence (focus on recent years)

PPI as percentage of CPI, 1913-1992 (after normalization to 1913=1)

PPI as percentage of CPI, 1990- (after normalization to 1913=1)

The above are based on BLS LabStat series IDs:
CUUR0000AA0
WPU00000000
CUUR0000SA0
CUUR0000SAF
CUUR0000SA0L1E
CUUR0000SA0E
SUUR0000SA0
SUUR0000SAF
SUUR0000SA0L1E
SUUR0000SA0E
retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰

base: 1967=100
CUUR0000AA0

Consumer Energy/Fuel Prices
APU00007471A
APU000072620

Electricity Prices
APU000072610
retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰

Consumer Food Prices (group 1)
Consumer Food Prices (group 1; since 2007)
APU0000702212 (whole wheat bread 🍞)
APU0000701111 (white wheat flour 🌾)
APU0000701322 (pasta)
APU0000712311 (tomatoes 🍅)
APU0000716141 (creamy peanut butter)
APU0000713111 (frozen orange juice)
(APU0000716141: creamy peanut butter price index apparently discontinued as though it were not still a very important survival food in the age of the Bush-Clinton-Shrub-Obummer/BiteMe-Trump-BiteMe/Harass economic mega-depression)

Consumer Food Prices (group 2)
APU0000710211 (American processed/emulsified cheese)
APU0000710212 (cheddar cheese 🧀)
APU0000709112 (fresh whole fortified milk 🥛)
APU0000710111 (grade AA salted butter 🧈)
APU0000708111 (grade A large eggs 🥚)
APU0000712112 (white potatoes 🥔)
APU0000711311 (navel oranges 🍊)
APU0000711211 (bananas 🍌)
APU0000711111 (red delicious apples 🍎)
APU0000702421 (chocolate chip cookies 🍪)
(APU0000710111: grade AA salted butter price index discontinued as though it were not a staple in the age of the Bush-Clinton-Shrub-Obummer/BiteMe-Trump-BiteMe/Harass economic mega-depression)
(APU0000711111: red delicious apples price index discontinued as though it were not a staple in the age of the Bush-Clinton-Shrub-Obummer/BiteMe-Trump-BiteMe/Harass economic mega-depression)

producer price indices for food.
WPU02890158 (peanut butter 🥜)
PPI peanut butter & consumer price peanut butter
ratio of peanut butter producer price index ÷ corresponding consumer price (for months when both were reported)

Consumer Prince Index Butter 🧈 (base: 1982-1984=100)
CPI Butter since 2000 🧈
CUUR0000SS10011 (not seasonally adjusted=NSA)
CUSR0000SS10011 (seasonally adjusted; gap/missing 1987-1998)

retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰

Consumer prices Ground Beef Price 🍔
Consumer prices Ground Beef Price since 2000
APU0000703112

producer price index for Watermelon
WPU01110303 (watermelon 🍉)

retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰

Sometimes I am asked why I graph the deviations between CPI & PPI. When I first started doing economic indicator graphs the data were not available on-line, but I could get into the local "official public federal government document depository" [big signs by the entrance] library and page through the printed (dead-tree) reports. I started graphing CPI & the old WPI (wholesale price index), & GNP implicit price deflators. For some 150 years they tracked each other closely, the curves appearing to be much like 3 vines wrapped around each other.

With the abandonment of GNP for GDP, and WPI for PPI, and then decreased accessibility of the GNP & GDP deflators, things started to get weird. Staples (e.g. salted butter, apples, peanut butter) are disappearing from price indices. And I could no longer get into the so-called public government document depository, because some fruit-cake sheister, most likely an Illiberal Leftist/ Dem/ Red/ Regressive/ Socialist/ Fascist/ Nazi/ Marxist/ Communist/ Maoist/ Collectivist sheister (they are knee-deep in these parts, blocks & blocks of them circling around the state capitol), came in shooting at random & the snow-flakes ❄ cowered & shook in the stair-wells. So, in violation of federal law & the USA constitution, rather than properly train and arm people to discourage such initations of force, they created another attacker-safe-zone to let the next of their cronies wreak more harm. Only groveling, privacy surrendering subjects allowed, not "the public". Who knows what "the public" or the citizenry might conclude if they could get their eyes on federal government documents. They might get ideas about what the Fed & swamp-monsters were up to and maybe try to curb the corruption, unlike the racist, anti-family, anti-fatherhood, anti-USA-constitution, mostly-violent rioting Illiberal Leftist/ Dem/ Red/ Regressive/ Socialist/ Fascist/ Nazi/ Marxist/ Communist/ Maoist/ Collectivist shock-troops of the last few years.

But then I noticed that the current price indices were not twining closely together, but diverging. It's like the election/vote corruption moves over the last couple years in PA & MI & other states & cities subjugated by Illiberal Leftists/ Dems/ Reds/ Regressives/ Socialists/ Fascists/ Nazis/ Marxists/ Communists/ Maoists/ Collectivists (which corruptions enable more fraud). The votes & available price indices are essentially impossible to cross-check, to audit. The chain of responsibility, chain of custody, the connection with reality, the connections with the voters' expressed preferences, over-sight of the supply & demand & price balancing act, is intentionally destroyed. The transport & transfer of ballots means that ballots seem to be manufactured by political operatives rather than cast by citizens. Results are reported, but they no longer seem to have any certain basis in reality.

We see prices go up, or quality go down (e.g. plastic made to appear to be stronger, more durable metal), or the price for a container stay the same while the quantity in the container (jar, can, box, package) decreases (shrinkflation) irregularly. Instead of base-years or base-months, some indices have base year-spans which cannot be checked against other web-published data.

It is curiouser and curiouser.

🚧 construction zone warning barrier 🚧

This one is generally junk because base: 1982-1984=100, 1967=100 (Grump grump grump. I wish they'd used a single base-year or base-month, preferably in 1900 or 1913, but they don't have the detailed, consistently-collected data for many of these, though some specific item/specific work/wage price data goes back for 4 centuries or more. As it is, there is a lot of incommensurate jumble.)
general experimental
CUUR0000SA0 (all)
CUUR0000SAF (food & beverages)
CUUR0000SA0L1E (all - (food & beverages & energy))
CUUR0000SA0E (energy)

CPI Historical 1

CPI Historical 1913-1957

CPI Historical 1935-1957

PPI for apples, peaches, plums, & cherries

producer prices for apples 🍎 🍏
producer prices for apples 🍎 🍏
WPU01110209 (Rome apples)
WPU01110211 (Golden Delicious apples)
WPU01110215 (Red Delicious apples)
WPU01110216 (McIntosh apples)
WPU01110220 (Gala apples)
WPU01110229 (Fuji apples)

PPI for peaches
WPU01110219 (peaches 🍑)
WPU01110201 (plums)

PPI for cherries
WPU01110203 (cherries 🍒)

BLS producer price index (PPI) series IDs

🚧 construction zone warning barrier 🚧

PPI for berries (incomplete)
WPU01110227 (Blueberries 🫐)
WPU01110222 (Strawberries/Erdbeeren 🍓)
WPU01110225 (Blackberries)
WPU01110224 (Raspberries)

producer price indices for food 🍇
WPU01110228 (grapes)
WPU011102281 (table grapes)
WPU011102282 (raisin grapes)
WPU011102283 (wine grapes)
WPU011102284 (juice grapes)
WPU01110226 (cranberries)

producer price indices for food 🍊 🍋

producer price indices for food 🍅

producer price indices for food 🥔

BLS producer price index (PPI) series IDs

base=1999=100 consumer prices chained ⛓ (as the ancients [Don Covay & Aretha Franklin♩] warned us: ⛓ "chain chain chain, chain of fools" 🤡)
SUUR0000SA0 (all)
SUUR0000SAF (food & beverages)
SUUR0000SA0L1E (all - (food & beverages & energy))
SUUR0000SA0E (energy 🌥 ⚡🌩 ⚛🌞 🧊 🧣🧤 🛢⛽ 💡 🌬🌊 🔋🔌)

retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰

🚧 construction zone warning barrier 🚧

consumer price index general experimental 2
consumer price index since 1970
base: average(1982-1984)=100
CUUR0000SAA (Apparel (both clothing & foot-wear))
CUUR0000SA311 (Apparel)
CUUR0000SAT (Transportation)
CUUR0000SAM (Medical base: )
retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰

producer price indices for apparel & foot-wear.
WPU043 (foot-wear)
WPU0431 (men's non-athletic foot-wear)
WPU043105 (men's non-athletic foot-wear, sizes 6+)
WPU04310501 (men's non-athletic foot-wear, sizes 6+)
WPU0432 (women's non-athletic foot-wear)
WPU043105 (women's non-athletic foot-wear, sizes 4+)
WPU04310501 (women's non-athletic foot-wear, sizes 4+)
WPU0439 (other foot-wear, including slippers)
WPU043901 (other foot-wear, excluding rubber & plastic soled foot-wear)
WPU04390104 (other foot-wear, excluding rubber & plastic soled foot-wear)
BLS producer price index (PPI) series IDs



 

Real Estate, Homes, Land

urban housing consumer price index
base:1982-1984=100
CUUR0000SAH (Housing 🏡 🏘 🛖 🏢🏢🏢🏢)
retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: new privately-owned housing units, construction started

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: new privately-owned single-family housing units, construction started

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: new privately-owned housing units completed

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: housing: median sales price of houses sold

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: housing: median sales price of existing houses

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: housing: average sales price of houses sold

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: house price index USA

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: house price index Ohio

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: number of new single-family houses sold USA

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: housing: median square feet

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: housing: median days on market

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: home "ownership" rate USA (outstanding mortgages, + owned almost free & clear other than on-going property extortion)

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED: retail sales of furniture & furnishings

Census bureau: median housing prices table (1940-2000)

Census bureau: median housing prices table (1940-2000)

Census bureau: median housing prices table adjusted for inflation to 2000 dollars (1940-2000)
retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰

Land

USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service: average farm real estate value, crop-land value, pasture value, farm-land & buildings value (2006-2020)

USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service: average farm real estate value, crop-land value, pasture value, farm-land & buildings value (2003-2012)

Charles H. Barnard & John Jones: USDA Economic Research Service/Iowa State U/UIUC: farm real estate values in the USA by counties (1850-1982)

2022-05-18 (5782 Ayr 17)
John Carney _Breitbart_
housing construction starts plunge as Obummer-BiteMe-Harass price inflation rages throughout USA

2022-08-08 (5782 Ab 11)
Asher Northeis _Washington DC Examiner_
how much income is required to get a mortgage?   a sampling of 50 USA cities
Avery Koop, Bhabna Banerjee & Raul Amoros: Visual Capitalist: (with infographic map + rank table)
Home Sweet Home


 

 

Education

Education1
CUUR0000SAE (Education & Communication; base: 1997 Dec=100)
CUUR0000SAE1 (Education; base: 1997 Dec=100)
CUUR0000SAE2 (Communication; base: 1997 Dec=100)
CUUR0000SAE21 (Information; base: 1997 Dec=100)
CUUR0000SAEC (Edu & Comm commodities; base: 2009 Dec=100)
CUUR0000SAES (Edu & Comm services; base: 2009 Dec=100)
CUUR0000SEEA (Books & Supplies; base: 1982-1984=100)
retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰
 

Education2
base: 1982-1984=100
CUUR0000SEEB (Tuition, Fees & Child-Care)
CUUR0000SEEB01 (College/University tuition & fees)
CUUR0000SEEB02 (K-12 tuition & fees)
CUUR0000SEEB03 (child-care & nursery school)
CUUR0000SEEB04 (Technical & B-school tuition & fees)
retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰
 



 

Electronics, Computers, Tech

Information Tech (experimental graph not yet normalized)
base: 1982-1984=100
CUUR0000SEEE (info tech hardware & services)
CUUR0000SEEE01 (computers, peripherals, & idiot home "assistant" devices)
CUUR0000SEEE02 (Computer Software & accessories)
CUUR0000SEEE03 (Internet Service Providers & info providers)
CUUR0000SEEE04 (telephone hardware, calculators, & other info items)
CUUR0000SEEEC (information technology commodities)

Information Tech (normalized base: 2009Dec=100)
 

Telephone (incomplete; graph not yet available)
base: 1982-1984=100
CUUR0000SEED (Telephone services)
CUUR0000SEED03 (mobile/wireless/cellular telephone services)
CUUR0000SEED04 (hard-wired/land-line telephone services)
 

machine tools 1
base:
WPU1137 (metal cutting machine tools)
WPU1138 (metal forming machine tools)
WPU1139 (tools, dies, jigs, fixtures & industrial molds)
 

BLS producer price index (PPI) series IDs

machine tools 2
base:
WPU1137 (metal cutting machine tools)
WPU113713 (metal grinding, polishing, buffing, and lapping machines)
WPU113720 (other metal cutting machine tools)
WPU113721 (metal machining centers)
WPU113753 (re-built metal cutting machine tools & parts)
 

BLS producer price index (PPI) series IDs

machine tools 3
WPU1138 (metal forming machine tools)
WPU113826 (metal forming machine tools, except re-built metal cutting machine tools & parts)
 

machine tools 4
WPU1139 (tools, dies, jigs, fixtures & industrial molds)
WPU113901 (special tools, dies, jigs, fixtures)
WPU113903 (industrial molds & mold boxes)
 

BLS producer price index (PPI) series IDs



 

Postage, Package Delivery

consumer price indices Postage & Delivery since 1947
base: 1982-1984=100
CUUR0000SEEC Postage & Delivery (base: 1997Dec=100)
CUUR0000SEEC01 Postage (base: 1982-1984=100)
CUUR0000SEEC02 Delivery (base: 1997Dec=100)
retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate BLS data retrieval tool 🧰
 

Average Annual Incomes 1890-1957 by industry/occupation


Gross National Product, Gross Domestic Product, National Income & Product Accounts (NIPA) related price indices (Bureau of Economic Analysis)

GNP, implicit price deflator (experimental 1: GNP prices current G=billions, 1958 prices G, implicit price deflator 1958=100)

GNP, implicit price deflator (experimental 2: GNP current prices per capita, 1958 prices per capita)

GNP, implicit price deflator (experimental 3: GNP per capita current prices, personal income per capita current prices, personal consumption expenditures per capita)

GNP, implicit price deflator (experimental 4: GNP per capita 1958=100, personal income per capita 1958=100, personal consumption expenditures 1958=100)

Wholesale Price Index 1801-1945 (experimental 8: 1926=100)

Wholesale Price Index 1913-1951 (experimental 10: 1926=100; FRED)

producer, consumer purchasing power (experimental 12: purchasing power)

CPI, GDP deflator, PCE deflator (experimental 14: purchasing power)
FRED/BEA: GDP annual since 1947 (GDP) $G ($Billions)
the NIPA grand table for GDP, GNP, private, government, National Income...: scary fiction for an insomniac night
FRED/BEA: GDP quarterly implicit price deflator per cent change from previous quarter since Bretton Woods 1947 (A191RI1Q225SBEA)
FRED/BEA: Personal Consumption Expenditures quarterly since 1947 (PCE) $G ($Billions)


Doug Short _Advisor Perspectives_
BLS CPI vs. BEA PCE inflation index comparison (with graphs)



 

Socialist Illfare Expenditures

Socialist Illfare Expenditures 1890 - 1970


(From census bureau Statistical Abstracts and Socialist Insecurity Abomination documents.   This is another case where the federal government, faced by embarrassing data, simply stopped releasing it.)


 

Federal Government Over-Spending

over-spending 1789 to present

over-spending 1789 to 1860

over-spending 1850 to 1916

over-spending 1915 to 1941

over-spending 1940 to 1980

since 1977

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cumulative federal government spending 1789 + 1790 + 1791...1866
🚧

cumulative federal government spending 1789 to estimated 2019


Federal Government Deficits and Debt

Historical Statistics of the United States

revenues, spending, surplus/deficit 1789 to present

1789 to 1941

1919 to 1961

1961 to present

Federal Government Debt 1940 to 2007

import taxes/ customs/ tariffs (source: Patrick Joseph Buchanan 1998 _Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and "Social Justice" Are Being Sacrificed to the Gods of the Global Economy_ pg247 (376 pages; 337.73; ISBN 9780316115186; OCLC 876218602; Little, Brown))

experimental calculated average import tax rates

2010 March/April
Thomas A. Garrett, Andrew F. Kozak & Russell M. Rhine _Cite Seer X_/_Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review_/_Pennsylvania State U_
Institutions and Government Growth: A Comparison of the 1890s and the 1930s
"For example, annual federal government per capita spending averaged $125 from 1792 to 1929 with no trend increase [inflation-adjusted 2000 dollars; OMB _Budget of the United States Government, Historical Tables_].   However, real [inflation-adjusted] federal government per capita spending rose from roughly $250 in 1930 to neary $9,200 in 2007."

federal government revenues, spending, surplus/deficit 1789 to 2009

unemployment rates 1890 to 2009

Federal Government Debt (USA Treasury)

Federal Government Debt 1791 to present in trillions

1791 to 1863 in millions

1861 to 1944 in billions

1930 to present in trillions

Federal Government Debt: War of 1812

Federal Government Debt: Civil War

Federal Government Debt: World War 1

Federal Government Debt: World War 2

Federal Government Debt recent

Federal Government Debt since 1999

"On 2015-10-25, Boston University professor of economics Laurence J. Kotlikoff testified before the senate Budget committee about [USA government's] «fiscal insolvency and its generational consequences».   He flatly stated that «Our country is broke.   It's not broke in 75 years or 50 years or 25 years or 1 years.   It's broke today.   Indeed, it may well be in worse fiscal shape than any developed country, including Greece.»   He condemned congress for «cooking the books».   «Congress's economically arbitrary decisions as to what to put on and what to keep off the books have not been innocent.   Successive congresses, whether dominated by Republicans or Democrats, have spent the post-war accumulating massive net fiscal obligations virtually all of which have been kept off the books...   The USA fiscal gap currently stands at $210T...   The size of the USA fiscal gap -- $210T -- is massive.   It is 16 times [as large as] official USA [government] debt, which indicates precisely how useless official debt is for understanding our nation's fiscal position...   In 2013, the fiscal gap stood at $205T.   In 2014, it was $210T.   Hence, the country's true 2014 deficit -- the [annual] increase in its fiscal gap -- was $5T, not the $483G increase in official debt reported by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).»" --- Mark Reed Levin, J.D. 2015 _Plunder and Deceit_ pp30-31


Lew Rockwell: Poor Performance of the Federal Reserve

Petition to Abolish the Federal Reserve

illustrations from WallStreetFollies

Jim Puplava: Financial Sense: Storm Watch Update: The Core Rate

BLS CPI data

Robert Sahr: Oregon State University: Inflation Conversion Factors for Dollars 1774 to Estimated 2018

UMich: Cost of Living statistical resources

UCSB: Historical Dollar-to-Marks Currency Conversion Page

Richard H. Timberlake ii, Ph.D.: Foundation for Economic Education: money (& currency) in the 1920s & 1930s

The Short Run: definitions of M1, M2, M3

politicized WikedPedia has/had definition table of M0, MB, M1, M2, M3, MZM

ShadowStats
ShadowStats Alternate Data

Now and Futures

Measuring Worth: 6 ways to compute the relative value of a USA dollar amount, 1774 to present

Federal Reserve Economic Data: FRED2

Ludwig von Mises Institute: "True Money Supply"

Money/Currency Supply Measures (1958-)

Money/Currency Supply Measures (1986-)

Money/Currency Supply Measures (2000-)

Fed Nominal Major Currencies Dollar Index
Fed Nominal Major Currencies Dollar Index (recent)
Fed Nominal Major Currencies Dollar Index (annual)

St. Louis Fed Implicit Price Deflator (COMPRNFB SA)
Fed Broad Trade-Weighted Exchange Index (TWEXB)
Trade-Weighted Exchange Index: Major Currencies (TWEXM)

US treasury securities maturing in over 10 years (TREAS10Y)
US treasury securities, all maturities (TREAST)

Warning: MSFT JavaScript is still evil malware.

Adjusted monetary base, not seasonally adjusted (AMBNS)
Fed Savings Deposits - Total (SAVINGNS)
Personal Savings Rate (PSAVERT)
IRA and Keogh account balances
interest on Federal Outlays since 1940
Federal surplus or deficit since 1901
Gross Federal Debt since 1940
Debt Outstanding, Non-Financial Sectors
Financial Sectors Debt
Household Saving
Household Debt

FRED: inflation-adjusted private residential fixed investment
FRED: money of zero maturity (MZM)

FRED: old M1 currency measure

FRED: old M2 currency measure

FRED: old M3 currency measure

FRED: M1 new/modified currency measure

Richard Burdekin: Modern Economy: the USA currency explosion of 2020, monetarism and inflation: plagued by history?
Richard Burdekin: M1 currency supply vs. Consumer Price Index (CPI)
Warning: MSFT JavaScript is still evil malware.

BEA, compensation of employees: wage and salary "accruals" (WASCUR)
BEA, shares of gross domestic income: compensation of employees: wage and salary "accruals", disbursements (W270RE1A156NBEA)
Categories of data available via FRED, the Federal Reserve Board of St. Louis

William Robert Johnston: USA median family income + tax burden
FRED: median family income since 1953, not seasonally adjusted, not adjusted for inflation (MEFAINUSA646N)
FRED: median household income since 1984, not seasonally adjusted, adjusted for inflation by CPI-U-RS (MEHOINUSA672N)
2016 December: FRED: the divergence of median household income from GDP/person


Commodity News Center/Moore Research historical commodity price graphs

Ludwig von Mises Institute Markets and Data

Tax Foundation's Tax Freedom Day, with and without federal debt
Federal Debt clock (requires evil Flash plug-in)
world debt clock (with national debt clocks)
Peter G. Peterson Foundation
Smoot-Hawley tariff act (wikipedia)

US 10-year T-bond rates since1790 (graph)

Rex Curry, esq. on paper currency

2016-10-12: Portable Press: where the money went in 1860

1960: Clarence D. Long: NBER: wages & earnings in the USA 1860-1890

2017-09-26: Meryl Baer: BizFluent: the history of income in the USA... by 1820 per capita annual income improved to $1,149


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