Wholesale Gasoline Costs Surge on Fed’s Quantitative Easing

Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Wholesale gasoline costs were pumped higher by a sharp advance in New York Mercantile Exchange oil futures during the first week of November, with crude values spiking to a better than two-year high after the Federal Reserve announced a monetary policy aimed at spurring economic growth. NYMEX

Gasoline Prices Trending Lower Amid Sliding Demand

Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Wholesale gasoline prices were mostly lower in major metropolitan markets across the United States for the week-ended Aug. 23, auguring for another weekly decline in the national gasoline average. The Energy Information Administration last reported a 3.8 cents decline in the average price for all formulations of

Wholesale Gains to Arrest Retail Fuel Decline

by Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Countrywide, wholesale gasoline prices were mixed for the week-ended Monday (6/14), with markets along the West Coast down slightly while increasing elsewhere in the U.S. The higher wholesale costs were triggered by gains in the financially traded oil futures market, with supply in the physical market

Bumpy Ride for Gasoline Prices

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN The first week in February saw the most price volatility in the wholesale gasoline market since late September 2009 when crude oil started its march higher into October and pulled fuel prices up too, with wild price swings triggered during periods of market uncertainty. Interestingly though,

Gasoline Starts New Year Moving Higher

Retail gasoline across the major metropolitan markets of the U.S. brought in the New Year with price increases, with pump prices to continue climbing during the first full week of 2010. Underpinning the advance has been a rallying financial market for crude oil and gasoline, with crude oil again above $80 per barrel and gasoline

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