More pain at the pump is coming for U.S. consumers, as AAA says average gasoline prices could...
More pain at the pump is coming for U.S. consumers, as AAA says average gasoline prices could pop another $0.10-$0.15/gallon after Friday's 3.2-cent surge, the biggest one-day rise in five months. The recent spike in gasoline futures prices is linked to reports this week of production hitches at several U.S. refineries. Though inventories are high, they've been dropping steadily. UGA, the gasoline ETF, +15% this month.
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