The statewide average for March was $4.10, according to the monthly survey by the Triple-A Chicago Motor Club.
A survey suggests that rising fuel prices haven’t slowed the economy in a nine-state region in the Midwest and Plains.
Many stand accused, including oil companies, the president, Congress, speculators on Wall Street and worries that the earth is running out of oil.
“We’ve seen a dramatic drop over the past several days and I would expect it to continue. I think finally U.S. drivers are going to get a break.”
Confusion over the extent of the rebels’ hold on the Libyan capital and a rally in stock markets drove oil prices higher Tuesday, a day after they fell.
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Charlie discusses the protests in Wisconsin’s state capital over possible retirement/pension benefits changes for public workers, talks with Aftab Borka in Pakistan, with Jim Winkleman of Blue Ocean Portfolios about what business you need to take care of before a medical check-up, and with Oil Analyst Tom Kloza about how the upheaval in the Mid East is affecting oil prices.