Consumer Price Index, All Items Less Food for United States

1971-04: 141.2 Index 1957-1959=100 (+ see more) 
Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted, M04052USM350NNBR, Updated: 2012-08-16 2:50 PM CDT
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Indexes For 12/1914, 12/1915, 12/1916, 12/1917, 12/1918, 06/1919, 12/1919, 06/1920, 12/1920, 05/1921, 09/1921, 12/1921, 03/1922, 06/1922, 09/1922, 12/1922, 03/1923, 06/1923, 09/1923, 12/1923, 03/1924, 06/1924, 09/1924, 12/1924, Only June And December For The Years 1925- 1933, 06/1934, 11/1934, 03/1935, 07/1935, 10/1935, 12/1935, 01/1936, 04/1936, 07/1936, 09/1936, 12/1936, 03/1937, 06/1937, 09/1937, 12/1937, 03/1938, 06/1938, 09/1938,12/1938, 03/1939, 06/1939, 09/1939, 12/1939, 03/1940, 06/1940, And 09/1940-04/1971 Are Based On Collected Prices; All Others Assume An Even Rate Of Change (Compound) Between Priced Dates, Except 1913 Which Is Computed From Bls Food And All Items Index. Source: 1913-1935 Data Has Been Derived From Indexes For All Items And For Food; For 1936-1965, Bls Mimeographed Release, Undated, "Consumer Price Index For Urban Wage Earners And Clerical Workers" And

This NBER data series m04052 appears on the NBER website in Chapter 4 at http://www.nber.org/databases/macrohistory/contents/chapter04.html.

NBER Indicator: m04052

Source: National Bureau of Economic Research

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(a) Consumer Price Index, All Items Less Food for United States, Index 1957-1959=100, Not Seasonally Adjusted (M04052USM350NNBR)
Indexes For 12/1914, 12/1915, 12/1916, 12/1917, 12/1918, 06/1919, 12/1919, 06/1920, 12/1920, 05/1921, 09/1921, 12/1921, 03/1922, 06/1922, 09/1922, 12/1922, 03/1923, 06/1923, 09/1923, 12/1923, 03/1924, 06/1924, 09/1924, 12/1924, Only June And December For The Years 1925- 1933, 06/1934, 11/1934, 03/1935, 07/1935, 10/1935, 12/1935, 01/1936, 04/1936, 07/1936, 09/1936, 12/1936, 03/1937, 06/1937, 09/1937, 12/1937, 03/1938, 06/1938, 09/1938,12/1938, 03/1939, 06/1939, 09/1939, 12/1939, 03/1940, 06/1940, And 09/1940-04/1971 Are Based On Collected Prices; All Others Assume An Even Rate Of Change (Compound) Between Priced Dates, Except 1913 Which Is Computed From Bls Food And All Items Index. Source: 1913-1935 Data Has Been Derived From Indexes For All Items And For Food; For 1936-1965, Bls Mimeographed Release, Undated, "Consumer Price Index For Urban Wage Earners And Clerical Workers" And

This NBER data series m04052 appears on the NBER website in Chapter 4 at http://www.nber.org/databases/macrohistory/contents/chapter04.html.

NBER Indicator: m04052

Consumer Price Index, All Items Less Food for United States
   

  

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