In March of 2014, energy prices dropped by 2.1% and the prices of non-energy commodities also decreased by 0.8%. Food prices were down by 1.4%. Beverages jumped by 9.1%. Raw materials were up by 1.4% while fertilizers were off by 3.2%. Metals eased by 3.7%, while precious metals increased by 2.2%.
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Indices of Nominal US$ Prices, Percent Changes (m/m)