By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Oct 29 (Reuters) - The effect of high crude oil prices continued to pinch U.S. consumers at the pump, with the average cost for gasoline rising 4.9 cents to the highest level in 14 months and diesel fuel soaring 6.3 cents to match the record set two years ago, the government said on Monday. The national price for regular gasoline averaged $2.87 a gallon, up 65 cents from this time last year and the highest since August 2006, the federal Energy Information ...
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