Always a bit complicated to analyze the inflation correctly. Meanwhile I think many outside of the energy and oil industry is happy of the lower oil rate, this makes U.S. Consumer Price Inflation declining of -0.2% in September. This was close to the expectations. Excluding the food and the energy, the CPI rose +0.2% for the month, compared to the +0.1% of August. For information, if CPI followed the exact same pace of +0.2%/month excluding food and energy, the CPI would be at +2.42% for the year. The fact the CPI isn't raising is taken as something positive from investors and markets often rallying at that time. As well, weekly jobless claims have gone down to 255,000, a 42-year low. The numbers: Dow Jones got +1.28% or +217 pts at 17,141.75 pts, meanwhile S&P 500 is at 2,023.86 pts, meaning +1.49% or +29.62 pts. NASDAQ Composite got 4,870.10 pts, with +1.82% or +87.25 pts.