All Urban Consumers (Chained CPI) [su]

The Chained Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers, was introduced with the release of July data in August 2002. Designated the C-CPI-U, the index supplements the existing Consumer Price Indexes already produced by the BLS: the CPI for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) and the CPI for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W).

Updated on DBnomics on November 11, 2022 (2:40 AM)

Area [area]
Base [base]
Item [item]
Periodicity [periodicity]
Seasonal [seasonal]
Dimension codes and labels
[area] Area
  • [0000] U.S. city average
[base] Base
  • [S] Current
[item] Item
  • [SA0] All items
  • [SA0E] Energy
  • [SA0L1E] All items less food and energy
  • [SAA] Apparel
  • [SAC] Commodities
  • [SAD] Durables
  • [SAE] Education and communication
  • [SAE1] Education
  • [SAE2] Communication
  • [SAF] Food and beverages
  • [SAF1] Food
  • [SAF11] Food at home
  • [SAF116] Alcoholic beverages
  • [SAG] Other goods and services
  • [SAH] Housing
  • [SAH1] Shelter
  • [SAH2] Fuels and utilities
  • [SAH3] Household furnishings and operations
  • [SAM] Medical care
  • [SAM1] Medical care commodities
  • [SAM2] Medical care services
  • [SAN] Nondurables
  • [SAR] Recreation
  • [SAS] Services
  • [SAT] Transportation
  • [SAT1] Private transportation
  • [SEFV] Food away from home
  • [SETA01] New vehicles
  • [SETG] Public transportation
[periodicity] Periodicity
  • [R] Monthly
[seasonal] Seasonal
  • [U] Not Seasonally Adjusted
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