Energy The energy index climbed 7.3% between February 2004 and February 2005, mainly as a result of higher gasoline prices (+8.5%). Higher prices for fuel oil (+21.1%), electricity (+3.4%) and natural gas (+6.2%), as well as for fuel, parts and supplies for recreational vehicles (+6.7%), also contributed to pushing up the energy index. On a monthly basis, the energy index rose 2.1%, mainly owing to higher gasoline prices (+3.4%). Prices for fuel oil (+4.4%), natural gas (+1.7%), as well ...
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