Chart of the Day Gasoline prices are on the move again. Over the last five weeks, the average US price for a gallon of unleaded has shot up 28 cents per gallon and has reached 20-year highs. However, when adjusted for inflation, it is clear that gasoline prices still have far to go before they reach the inflation-adjusted peak of $3.07 that occurred back in 1981. Stay tuned...
Notes: - Which way are gasoline and oil prices headed and what does it mean for the oil sector and stock market? Find out with Barron's recommended Chart of the Day Plus.
Source - U.S. Energy Information Administration
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