Cheaper crude oil subdues U.S. producer inflation; housing starts fall

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. producer prices recorded their biggest drop in more than five years in January as the cost of energy and a range of other goods tumbled, hinting at a disinflationary trend that could argue against the Federal Reserve raising interest rates.




Source: Business

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