European crude drives up U.S. gab prices
Gasoline consequences is $3.51 apiece gallon, the Lundberg Survey findsNorth Sea smear with oil is driving U.S. pump prices, the surveys publisher saysTop prices were on prolonged Island; the cheapest swap gossip was taking part in Denver A clear-cut step up taking part in the value of North Sea smear with oil helped drive U.S. gasoline prices up something like 12 cents a gallon since put off January, according to a new to the job countrywide survey.
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