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Rising wholesale prices could push gasoline costs back up
Rising wholesale prices could push gasoline costs back up

Gasoline prices have continued to fall, but the reprieve may soon be coming to an end. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday that the lowest fuel prices in more than five years are likely to increase because of rising wholesale prices. Crude oil prices have ticked up in the last 10 days, a change that consumers will eventually see at the pump, Lundberg said. The average price of a regular gallon of gas in the United States dropped 13 cents in the last two weeks to $2.07, Lundberg said. That's $1.24, or 37%, lower than this time last year. Motorists continued to pay more for gasoline in California than in much of the country. The average price in California was $2.43 a...

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