US gas prices rise 3 cents a gallon

CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) — The average price of regular gasoline in the U.S. has risen 3 cents a gallon during the past two weeks.

The increase recorded by the Lundberg Survey all but reverses a 4 percent decline posted two weeks ago. But industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday gas is still 25 cents a gallon cheaper than this time last year.

Lundberg says a gallon of regular now costs $3.58 on average. Midgrade costs $3.77 and premium is $3.91.

Of the cities surveyed in the Lower 48 states, Chicago has the highest price at $3.92 a gallon. Tucson, Ariz., has the lowest at $3.27.

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178-a-07-(Trilby Lundberg, publisher, The Lundberg Survey, in AP interview)-”is Tucson $3.27″-Fuel price analyst Trilby Lundberg of The Lundberg Survey says gas prices differ quite a bit from the Midwest to the Southwest. (8 Sep 2013)

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176-a-10-(Trilby Lundberg, publisher, The Lundberg Survey, in AP interview)-”U.S. monetary policy”-Fuel price analyst Trilby Lundberg of The Lundberg Survey says the upturn in gas prices stems from oil market jitters over an escalating conflict in Syria and the possibility that the Federal Reserve will start tapering its economic stimulus program. (8 Sep 2013)

<<CUT *176 (09/08/13)££ 00:10 “U.S. monetary policy”

175-a-12-(Trilby Lundberg, publisher, The Lundberg Survey, in AP interview)-”prior four weeks”-Fuel price analyst Trilby Lundberg of The Lundberg Survey says the recent downward trend in gas prices has reversed. (8 Sep 2013)

<<CUT *175 (09/08/13)££ 00:12 “prior four weeks”

177-a-13-(Trilby Lundberg, publisher, The Lundberg Survey, in AP interview)-”is plentiful supply”-Fuel price analyst Trilby Lundberg of The Lundberg Survey says the rise in gasoline prices may not last long. (8 Sep 2013)

<<CUT *177 (09/08/13)££ 00:13 “is plentiful supply”

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