Gasoline prices influenced by factors other than oil

10/20/2008 | New York Daily News

The difference between the rise and fall in the prices of crude oil and gasoline this summer shows how the two are not in lockstep, experts say. "While crude oil prices were rising, demand for gasoline was falling, so gas didn't go up as much as crude," says API chief economist John Felmy.

View Full Article in:

New York Daily News

Published in Brief: