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It would seem a 1% to 4% rise in inflation is more significant than a 5% to 10% rise, although there was 20 years of disinflation (where oil, gold, and raw material prices fell). However, I agree, oil has become a smaller proportion of production costs (particularly, in the U.S., which has become a "lighter" and more energy efficient economy); oil is priced in dollars and a weaker dollar (i.e. exchange rates) makes oil relatively more expensive in the U.S.; and demographics raised labor productivity. Also, oil tends to be a tax on consumption.

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