Crude oil prices have dropped, so why is gasoline still so expensive?
Mother Nature Network (blog)
Consumers are paying an average of $3.78 per gallon, which is some kind of record for this time of year. If there's plenty of product on the market, and oil futures can go into a big sell-off, gas prices should be falling. Here's some likely reasons …
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