Economy, Domestic Economy

EPI Rises 23.1 Percent YOY, 8.4 Percent MOM

EPI Rises 23.1 Percent YOY, 8.4 Percent MOMEPI Rises 23.1 Percent YOY, 8.4 Percent MOM

The export price index stood at 344.3 for the first month of the current fiscal year (March 21-April 20), registering a 8.4% increase compared to the preceding month and a 23.1% rise compared with last year’s corresponding period, the Central Bank of Iran’s latest data show.
EPI is primarily influenced by two factors: foreign exchange rates and global commodity prices.
The index is calculated for the prices of one or a basket of commodities in international trading using, ideally, FOB export prices.
EPI for the following products had the highest growth among all goods compared to the month before:


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