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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Indices of Nominal US$ Prices, Percent Changes (m/m).