Florida Begins to See Falling Gasoline Prices

At last, drivers are seeing some positive news at gasoline stations after watching a steady rise in pump prices over the last three months. Florida’s gasoline prices fell seven cents just last week. Its current gasoline price average is $3.73 per gallon. According to the report of the AAA, that is the first major fall in the price of gas within a 12-week period. The gas prices today are...
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Gasoline Prices Moving Closer to $4 in Harrisburg Pennsylvania

Gas prices today are moving closer to the $4 per gallon “danger zone” in Harrisburg, PA. The increase is greatly attributed to market interruptions caused by Hurricane Isaac. Current gasoline prices are at their highest levels seen this year during a period when they are usually expected to fall. In June of 2008, Harrisburg posted its highest-ever gas price at $3.99 per gallon. This...
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2012 – Possibly the Year with the Highest Gasoline Prices

Prices at the pump are sharply higher on increasing crude oil prices and refinery problems and may possibly mark this year as the period with the most expensive gasoline prices yet seen. The nationwide average of the current gasoline price is $3.70 per gallon, a 30-cent rise since mid-July and a higher level compared to the past year in almost 39 states. The high gas prices today may possibly...
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Current Oil and Gas Prices Increase for the First Time in Weeks

The current oil prices reflect a first-time sustained rise in over two weeks. In the meantime, gas prices today have increased to their peak level since the early parts of June. The per barrel oil price has risen by almost 20% since reaching a low of almost $77.69 in the latter parts of June. That meant higher gasoline prices for drivers during the driving season in the summer. Retail gas has...
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Up and Down Movement Continues for Current Gasoline Prices in Georgia

The fluctuation in the current gasoline prices continues. The prices began to fall in April, started to increase again in the early parts of July and slightly dropped again in the past week. AAA’s Jessica Brady said that although many macroeconomic factors are contributing to lower gasoline and oil prices, speculators citing geopolitical risk have kept these markets high and rising....
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