February 27, 2012

8 Reasons Why You'll See $5 Gas This Year

24/7 Wall St., MSNBC


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The price of gas is a widely covered news item these days. Oil prices have moved up from $75 a barrel in October of last year to more than $100 a barrel currently. And the trend continues to point toward even higher oil prices. Of course, along with the price of oil, gas prices have also risen, almost in lockstep. . .

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