According to GasBuddy/TwinCitiesGasprices.com, it looks like the national average price for gasoline ticked upwards very, very slightly yesterday. That's the first time since early August. Gas prices fell faster in the Twin Cities than in most places, so the local market slowly started returning to its normal pattern about a month ago. Hard to say where things will go from here—I don't know if it's bottomed out for the time being, or if the price decline has just slowed down for a while. But, I suspect that the national uptick might have something to do with worries about North Korea.
Hmm. There I go, pretending to know stuff about things again. Nah, disregard that last bit. I don't want to be like a TV "analyst."Posted by mike at October 11, 2006 02:50 PM | News