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Market Movement Click here to enlarge imageUS drivers undaunted by pricesEscalating gasoline prices are not likely to deter the summertime driving patterns of US consumers, according to a study released last week by NPD Group.US drivers, at least in the short term, do not appear to have altered gasoline consumption habits despite having to pay higher prices at the pump, says the marketing analysis firm."During the first 5 months of 1999, the primary driver in the typical American household made five gasoline purchases a month, consuming 13.3 gal of gasoline each time," said NPD (see chart). This level of consumption does not vary much from data collected a year ago, in spite of a 32% inc...

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