Export prices in the US fell 0.9 percent month-over-month in November of 2018 following an upwardly revised 0.5 percent rise in October and compared to market expectations of a 0.1 percent drop. It is the biggest fall since January of 2016 as lower nonagricultural prices more than offset rising agricultural cost. Nonagricultural export prices fell 1 percent following a 0.5 percent increase the previous month, mainly due to industrial supplies and materials, consumer goods and automotive vehicles. On the other hand, the price index for agricultural exports rose 1.8 percent in November, after falling 0.2 percent in October, due to higher prices for fruit, soybeans, and corn. Year-on-year, export prices increased 1.8 percent. Export Prices in the United States averaged 108.95 Index Points from 1983 until 2018, reaching an all time high of 135.30 Index Points in September of 2011 and a record low of 82.40 Index Points in September of 1986.