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  • Pain at the pump continues

     
    Retail gasoline prices are on the rise again after five straight weeks of decline. The new increases are adding to the pain of historically high fuel costs for this time of year....
  • Wholesale prices rise in September on sharp increases in gas, food

     
    Wholesale prices up in September: Rising gas prices drove up wholesale prices in September by the most in five months, the Labor Department reported Tuesday. The increase was more than economists expected....
  • Food prices set to rise most in 30 years, economist says

     
    Wholesale food prices on track for largest increase in three decades, says Bruce Grindy of National Restaurant Assn....
  • Consumer Confidential: Store prices, student loans, bank fees

     
    The consumer price index rose 0.3% in September, less than the 0.4% increase in August, according to the Labor Department. he amount of student loans taken out last year crossed the $100-billion mark for the first time, and total loans outstanding will...
  • Consumer Confidential: Netflix down, food prices up, masks recalled

     
    Here's your turn-the-beat-around Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Netflix is still smarting from its screwups. The company's shares plunged 35% after the one-time Wall Street favorite revealed a massive departure of subscribers...
  • Gasoline prices at historic highs for this time of year

     
    Gasoline prices: Over the past week, the average price of a gallon of gasoline in the U.S. stabilized. But it's still 22% higher than the old record for gasoline prices for this time of year....
  • Asian stocks, euro rise on European rescue plan

     
    Asian stock markets and the euro currency rallied on Thursday on word of Europe’s new plan to contain its two-year-old government debt crisis. Share prices were up across the Asia-Pacific region at midday, with Japan’s Nikkei-225 index up 1.4%...
  • Gold jumps as European Central Bank cuts interest rates

     
    Gold broke out to a seven-week high Thursday after the European Central Bank surprised markets by cutting interest rates....
  • U.S., California fuel prices may reach record highs in 2012

     
    A combination of burgeoning global demand and rising U.S. exports will leave California and national gasoline and diesel prices at such a high level by the end of the year that they could rise to all time record highs in 2012, analysts said Monday....
  • New oil leases in the Arctic: How dumb is that?

     
    An Obama administration proposal would open new areas in the Arctic to oil and gas exploration. And these are the guys who are supposed to be friends of the environment?...
  • Oil rally cools, ending six straight weeks of gains

     
    Oil prices have rallied strongly--up 30.3%--since the commodity fell to its 2011 low of $74.95 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That was the same day that the European benchmark, Brent North sea crude, fell below $100 a barrel....