Percent change from May to June 2005

Gasoline —
+ 8.7
 
No. 2 Diesel fuel —
+ 12.7
 
Synthetic rubber —
+ 1.2
 
Plastic construction products —
-0.7
 
Softwood lumber —
+ 3.9
 
Hardwood lumber —
-0.4
 
Plywood —
+ 7.2
 
Building paper and board —
+ 7.3
 
Steel mill products —
-2.8
 
Primary nonferrous metals —
-1.7
 
Aluminum mill shapes —
-1.6
 
Copper and brass mill shapes —
+ 2.5
 
Nonferrous wire and cable —
+ 0.1
 
Fabricated structural metal products —
+ 0.2
 
Fabricated ferrous wire products —
-1
 
Cement —
+ 1.4
 
Concrete products —
-0.1
 
Asphalt felts and coatings —
+ 0.6
 
Gypsum products —
+ 1.8
 
Iron ore —
0
 
Iron and steel scrap —
-19.9
 
Nonferrous metal ores —
+ 2.2
 
Copper base scrap —
+ 7.9
 
Aluminum base scrap —
-4.3
 
Construction sand, gravel, and crushed stone —
+ 0.6
 
Construction machinery and equipment —
-0.4
 
Pumps, compressors and equipment —
+ 0.6
 
Industrial material handling equipment —
-0.9
 
Tires, tubes, tread, etc. —
+ 1.8
 
Heavy motor trucks —
+ 0.1
 
Truck trailers —
+ 0.1
   
   
   
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics