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Gas prices drop over 4th of July holiday

The June swoon for gasoline prices - Are they really going down?

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Dateline:  Terry, Montana

June 23, 2009 2:30 PM MDT

By:  Bob van der Valk

Have gas prices peaked?

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GAS REACHES RECORD HIGH AT $3.05 A GALLON
Have prices peaked, or are we witnessing the tip of a rapidly rising iceberg?

The insider’s secret on how gasoline is priced

New York Times gets it right: High oil prices are bad for the economy.

Oil closed at $70 a barrel today. There is no good market reason for the run-up. In fact, the Department of Energy reports that demand for oil is down and that oil inventories are at a record-breaking 19-year high. The financial media (largely CNBC) has been gleefully abuzz of late about rising commodity prices - especially oil - as somehow signaling a rebound in the economy. They have suggested that high commodity prices are somehow a "green shoot" or "mustard seed" that shows the market still has potential. It's too bad they are absolutely wrong.

Average gas prices likely to exceed $3 by Thursday, June 11.

Friday June 5, 6PM - For the last 60 days gas prices have risen in San Diego by an average of nearly a penny every 12 hours. If this trend continues (and it probably will) local gas prices should top $3.00 a gallon on average by Thursday afternoon - a 58% increase since the beginning of the year.

Bob van der Valk says if gas keeps climbing he might replace his truck with a horse!

Dateline:  Terry, Montana, June 3, 2009 - 11:30 MST By:  Bob van der Valk   ....

Will Motorists Suffer a Memorial Day Gas Price Hangover?

Dateline:  Terry, Montana

By:  Bob van der Valk

"The Dog ate my oil well," and other excuses for high gas prices ...

Manipulated Oil Markets: Why the "reasons" for Memorial Day price gouging are little more
than excuses ...

Gas prices surge past $2.50 this morning, setting a record high for 2009.

Since January 1, gas prices have increased by almost 70 cents a gallon. Meanwhile, the per gallon price of oil has increased only 30 cents a gallon. Get the full story at fueltracker's parent Web site, the Utility Consumers' Action Network.

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