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  • 13 states now with $4 a gallon gas after tornadoes shut seven refineries

     
    Analysts said that the tornadoes that ripped a swath of death and destruction through the South last week also temporarily shut down seven of the nation's refineries, exacerbating strains on supply and providing yet another boost to fuel prices across.......
  • Gas prices could fall by 50 cents this summer; Democrats try to end Big Oil's tax breaks

     
    Gas prices are predicted to fall by at least 10% this summer, experts say which would save US drivers $189 million a day in gas prices...
  • California gasoline prices fall but U.S. average still rising

     
    California gasoline prices may be headed sharply lower in the coming weeks to the $3.50-to-$3.75-a-gallon range, analysts said, but perhaps not quickly enough to give motorists confidence about the summer driving season. Retail gasoline prices in...
  • Southern California dominance in international trade is likely to continue, report says

     
    The Los Angeles Customs District, which includes the Los Angeles and Long Beach seaports, is expected to remain the nation's preferred gateway for international trade in 2011. It will handle about $372.8 billion in imports and exports this year, an......
  • At the gas pump, perhaps the start of real relief

     
    The long-awaited moment of relief for U.S. motorists might finally be at hand. The drop in retail gasoline prices has finally gained momentum with the California average falling by nearly a dime in the past week and the U.S. price......
  • Gasoline prices continue to fall around the U.S.

     
    Retail gasoline prices are continuing to fall across the nation but the cost of a fill-up remains extremely high, particularly in the nation's most populous urban areas. The average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in California fell to......
  • California gas prices, on average, are back below $4 a gallon

     
    Retail gasoline costs continue to fall faster in California compared with the rest of the nation. That includes the Midwest, where a spate of refinery and pipeline problems have kept prices well above $4 a gallon, according to the AAA......
  • Gasoline and oil prices fall as Saudi Arabia moves to boost production

     
    Pump prices continued to fall in California and across the U.S. and the trend should continue, analysts said, after the world's biggest oil producer took steps Friday to boost its exports. Saudi Arabia may increase its oil output by as......
  • Consumer prices increased 0.2% in May, adding to inflation concerns

     
    Consumer prices increased 0.2% in May as inflation spread from food and energy costs into the rest of the economy, the Labor Department reported Wednesday. The jump in the broad Consumer Price Index was less than in April and the......
  • Oil and gas prices continue to fall

     
    Pump prices fell in California and across the rest of the U.S., and the trend was likely to continue as crude oil tumbled to its lowest levels in four months. The oil collapse came amid new concerns about the European......
  • Scott invites commodities traders to come to Florida

     
    You gotta give Gov. Rick Scott credit: he thinks big. Last week, Terrence Duffy, the president of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, was quoted in The Wall St. Journal complaining that “we don't want to leave Chicago” but “we have to do...
  • Stocks plunge, then rebound, as dive in oil offsets economic fears

     
    In a wild trading session, the stock market on Thursday recouped most of its deep early losses as optimism about plummeting oil prices helped offset more downbeat economic data. The surprise decision by the Obama administration and other developed...