Consumer Price Index
The CPI is designed to measure the average price changes in a fixed basket of consumption goods and services commonly purchased by the households over time. It is commonly used as a measure of consumer price inflation.
Export Price Index
It measures changes in the prices of exported goods from a country over time.
Import Price Index
It measures changes in the prices of imported goods into a country over time.
Input Producer Price Index
It measures the changes in the prices of goods and services bought as intermediate inputs by domestic producers. It covers both domestically-produced intermediate inputs and imported intermediate inputs. The Domestic Supply Price Index is an Input Producer Price Index of goods.
Output Producer Price Index
It measures changes in the prices of goods and services sold as output by domestic producers. It covers both output sold on the domestic market and output sold as exports. The Singapore Manufactured Products Price Index is an Output Producer Price Index of manufactured goods.