Electrical Price Index Stays Basically Flat

 The one exception was power wire & cable, which gained 3.5% over April levels but is up only 0.1% since this time last year.

Electrical prices held steady in May with only slight moves up or down, according to the Electrical Price Index. The one exception was power wire & cable, which gained 3.5% over April levels but is up only 0.1% since this time last year. Other gainers on the month included air conditioners (up 0.8%) and lamps (0.7%). Biggest losers — telephone wire, industrial fixtures and transformers —dropped only 0.3%.

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