Another well-researched graphic via WSJ online:

"GASOLINE PRICES MAY HAVE PEAKED across the U.S. after a sharp run-up
in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. According to automobile association
AAA, the average price for a gallon Tuesday was $3.04, down two cents
from $3.06 on Monday. Still, in places as widespread as Flippin, Ark.,
and Bismarck, N.D., drivers lined up to pay close to — and in some
cases, in excess of — $3 a gallon. Here is an updated look at prices
natiowide, with local stories"

Average prices of regular unleaded gasoline
click for larger map
Wsjgasprices0509

 

graphic courtesy of WSJ

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Source:
Pain at the Pump
Worth Civils
WALL STREET JOURNAL ONLINE, September 6, 2005 6:00 p.m.
http://online.wsj.com/documents/info-gasprices0509.html

Category: Commodities

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