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Retail Price Index of Selected Construction Materials in the National Capital Region (2000=100) : July 2012

The year-on-year growth of the retail price index of selected construction materials in the National Capital Region (NCR) increased to 5.0 percent in July from 4.7 percent in June. The annual change in masonry materials and plumbing materials indices correspondingly advanced 13.9 percent and 1.9 percent from their respective last month's rates of 6.4 percent and 1.8 percent. Slower annual rates were however recorded in all the other commodity groups with tinsmithry materials index still recording a decline of -2.1 percent from -1.9 percent.

Retail Price Index of Selected Construction Materials in the National Capital Region (2000=100) : June 2012

The monthly change in the retail price index of selected construction materials in (NCR) picked up to 1.9 percent in June from -0.1 percent in May. This resulted from the upward movements in carpentry and painting materials indices at 0.1 percent from -0.2 percent and -0.1 percent, respectively; electrical materials index, 5.3 percent from zero growth; masonry materials index, 3.8 percent from 0.1 percent; and tinsmithry materials index, 0.3 percent from -0.3 percent.

Retail Price Index of Selected Construction Materials in the National Capital Region (1978=100) : December 2009

On a monthly basis, the retail price index of selected construction materials in NCR posted a zero growth in December from -0.7 percent in November. Higher prices of masonry and plumbing materials were offsetted by the price declines in carpentry materials, painting materials and related compounds and miscellaneous construction materials. Price movement of electrical materials index eased to 0.1 percent from 0.6 percent while that for tinsmithry materials remained stable during the month.

Retail Price Index of Selected Construction Materials in the National Capital Region (1978=100) : November 2009

On a monthly basis, the retail price index of selected construction materials in NCR dropped to -0.7 percent in November from 0.1 percent in October. This can be attributed to the decreases of the indexes of carpentry materials at -1.2 percent in November from 0.4 percent in October and miscellaneous construction materials, -1.9 percent from -0.3 percent. The same rate was posted in masonry materials at -0.1 percent. In addition, prices of electrical materials eased to 0.6 percent from 1.1 percent. Prices of painting materials and related compounds generally remained stable as the group's index posted a zero growth. The rest of the commodity groups have higher monthly growth rates.

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