FTC refining way it tracks gasoline price spikes

The Federal Trade Commission said it plans to be more sophisticated in the way it monitors gasoline price spikes. The commission's monitoring efforts will include the use of a statistical model to track gasoline price spikes on a "real-time" basis that regulators can use to monitor market factors more quickly.

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