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    Inflation, deflation and disinflation: What's the difference?

    The Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates this week by a quarter percentage point, bringing the central bank's benchmark rate to a range of 4.50% and 4.75%. During Jerome Powell's press conference on Wednesday, the Federal Reserve Chairman used terms like inflation, deflation and disinflation, but what do those terms actually mean for you and your money? Yahoo Finance's Brian Sozzi, Brad Smith and Julie Hyman break down the three widely used terms For more coverage of the Federal Reserve's interest rate decision, check out: - Federal Reserve raises interest rates another 0.25% to highest since October 2007 - The word that made stocks fall in love with the Fed: Morning Brief For more live financial news and analysis, make sure to tune into Yahoo Finance Live


    Energy & precious metals - weekly review and outlook

    For instance, the blowout U.S. jobs numbers for January released Friday, on the back of what the Fed calls disinflation. Historically, there has been a strong positive correlation between jobs and crude prices. Oil eventually capsized in a sea of red with gold and other commodities as the dollar’s rebound from 10-month lows made raw materials priced in the U.S. currency costlier for non-dollar holders.


    Oil down 7% on week as dollar rockets on U.S. jobs report

    Good U.S. jobs data used to translate almost instantly to higher oil prices. Crude prices tumbled 7% on the week, taking global benchmark Brent to below $80 per barrel while bringing WTI, or the U.S. West Texas Intermediate, to the low $70s after a sterling U.S. jobs report for January bumped up the dollar instead, weighing on commodities. New York-traded West Texas Intermediate, or WTI, crude for March settled down $2.49, or 3.2%, at $73.39 a barrel as the dollar’s resurgence on the same jobs report put paid to crude’s initial advance on the data.