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June 1985, Vol. 108, No. 6
Commodity price volatility:
trends during 1975-84
Analysis of 156 Producer Price Indexes confirms that prices fluctuate most for crude materials and are most stable for finished goods; the volatility index for food consistently exceeds the corresponding index for nonfood items.
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