Export prices in the US fell 0.7 percent from a month earlier in June of 2019, following a 0.2 percent decrease in the previous month and worse than market expectations of a 0.2 percent drop. It is largest monthly drop since November of 2018 when it declined by 0.8 percent. Prices for nonagricultural exports slumped 1.1 percent (vs -0.2 percent in May), the largest monhly decrease since last December as lower prices for nonagricultural industrial supplies and materials more than offset higher prices for capital goods and consumer goods. Prices for agricultural exports increased 2.7 percent in June (vs-1.1 percent in May), led by a 13.5 percent rise in corn prices and a 5.0 percent increase in soybean prices; higher fruit, wheat, and nut prices also contributed to the overall rise in agricultural prices. Year-on-year, export prices decreased 1.6 percent, the largest decline since August of 2016. Export Prices in the United States averaged 109.26 Index Points from 1983 until 2019, 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.