In January 2011, producer prices of industrial products increased by 1.1% over the previous month and 5.1% compared to January 2010. The products sold on the domestic market recorded an increase of 1.1% over December 2010 and by 5.2% compared to January 2010. Excluding the energy sector, the increases are respectively 0.9% and 4.0%. For goods sold on the foreign market the increase is 0.6% over the previous month (+0.8% for the euro area and +0.5% for non-euro area) and 4.8% compared to January 2010 (+4.9% for the euro area and +4.5% for non-euro area). The main contribution to the growth trend of the index of goods sold domestically is the intermediate products (+2.4 percentage points). Regarding foreign markets, both for the euro area and for the non-euro area, the largest contribution comes instead from capital goods (+2.4 points for the euro area and +2.0 points for the non-euro area).