WASHINGTON — Wholesale prices for domestically manufactured men’s and boys’ apparel increased 0.4 percent from August and 1.4 percent year-to-year, the Labor Department said in its Producer Price Index on Wednesday.
Prices for all apparel dropped 0.2 percent from the prior month, and increased 0.9 percent compared to September a year ago. Wholesale prices for domestically manufactured women’s and girls’ apparel declined 0.7 percent in September from the previous month and decreased 0.1 percent compared with last year.
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