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Market MovementCrude prices buoy gasoline pricesA study of recent crude oil and gasoline price movements supports the view that, in general, higher gasoline prices are the result of high crude oil prices.So says API, which noted that gasoline prices began the year at an average of $1.272/gal for regular in all regions of the US, while crude oil prices averaged $25.55/bbl (see chart). Click here to enlarge imageCrude oil prices then rose to $34.13 on Mar. 7 as gasoline prices rose to $1.529 the week of Mar. 20. On Apr. 10, crude oil prices fell to $23.85/bbl, and gasoline prices fell to $1.420/gal the week of May 1. Then, during the week of June 19, gasoline prices increased to $1.681/gal...

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