Since the oil slump earlier this year, Brent crude futures have risen 45%, reports Reuters.

So, the outlet predicts,  “the next challenge for financial markets and policymakers may not be deflation, but [actually] the remarkable surge in oil prices.”

That’s because a rise in prices could boost inflation next year and, as a result, affect monetary policies globally. Read more.

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