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World Bank published latest commodity prices: December 2016

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In November 2016, energy prices decreased by 6.7%, and the prices of non-energy commodities increased by 3.3%. Food prices went up by 0.3% while beverages went down by 0.9%. Raw materials and fertilizers increased by 1.4% and 2.1%, respectively. Metals and minerals went up by 11.5%, and precious metals went down by 2.1%.

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World Bank published latest commodity prices: November 2016

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In October 2016, energy prices increased by 9.5%, and the prices of non-energy commodities decreased by 0.3%. Food prices dropped by 0.9%. And so did beverages by 0.4%. Raw materials went down by 2.1%, and fertilizers went up by 0.2%. Metals and minerals went up by 1.9%, and precious metals was down by 5.4%.
 
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World Bank published latest commodity prices: October 2016

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In September 2016, energy prices increased by 0.9%, and the prices of non-energy commodities slipped by 0.8%. Food prices dropped by 1.0%. Beverages increased by 0.9%. Raw materials went down by 0.1%, and fertilizers went up by 0.7%. Metals and minerals went down by 1.6%, and precious metals was down by 1.2%.
 
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World Bank published latest commodity prices: September 2016

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In August 2016, energy prices increased by 1.8%, and the prices of non-energy commodities slipped by 0.5%. Food prices dropped by 1.2%. Beverages decreased by 1.1%. Raw materials went down by 0.1%, and fertilizers dropped by 0.6%. Metals and minerals went up by 0.6%, and precious metals was down by 0.1%.
 
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World Bank published latest commodity prices: August 2016

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In July 2016, energy prices decreased by 4.8%, and the prices of non-energy commodities slipped by 0.5%. Food prices dropped by 3.0%. Beverages increased by 1.5%. Raw materials went down by 1.4%, and fertilizers dropped by 5.0%. Metals and minerals went up by 5.3%, and precious metals rose by 6.6%.
 
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World Bank published latest commodity prices: July 2016

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In June 2016, energy prices increased by 5.1%, and the prices of non-energy commodities rose by 2.1%. Food prices picked up by 4.1%. Beverages increased by 2.8%. Raw materials went down by 0.7%, and fertilizers dropped by 2.2%. Metals and minerals went up by 0.3%, and precious metals rose by 1.2%.
 
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World Bank published latest commodity prices: June 2016

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In May 2016, energy prices increased by 10.8%, and the prices of non-energy commodities rose by 1.5%. Food prices picked up by 4.6%. Beverages increased by 1.3%. Raw materials went up by 0.6%, and fertilizers dropped by 0.7%. Metals and minerals declined by 3.3%, and precious metals rose by 1.9%.
 
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