Brought to you by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the free U.S. Export Price Indexes template has just what you need to download and use data on the export price indexes used by U.S. This information covers export price indexes and percent changes for selected categories of goods from October 2015 to October 2016. You can use this template to quickly and easily find the data you need then use it how you see fit.
If you’re a business owner, perhaps this information might be beneficial to your own pricing system. Seeing the various bumps in price for your products across the country has never been easier than with the free U.S. Export Price Indexes.
Download and Use the free U.S. Export Price Indexes template
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Once the document has been opened, you can start to look at the setup for the template. The first column will show you the different industries and products for 2015-2016.
Ideally, you will scroll down the list and find something similar to what you sell or your service.
Once that’s accomplished, you can go to the other columns that display different information about that product. For example, if you scroll over the “Foods, feeds, & beverages” row, you’ll find that the relative importance as an import was relatively low compared to other commodities listed.
If you’re deciding to invest in a certain market, this information would be invaluable as well. You could see that trade in foods isn’t worth the effort, while automotive trade is excellent.
If you want to print the sheet for your use later, you can scroll to the top of the page and select “File” then “Print” from the list of options that will appear.
This template just makes it easier to find the data you want on U.S. Export Price Indexes from 2015 to 2016.
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