NEW YORK, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Retail gasoline prices on average rose 7 cents in the United States over the last two weeks, a nationwide survey showed on Sunday, but that upward push in prices may lose steam in coming weeks. The national average for self-serve, regular unleaded gas rose 7 cents to $1.67 a gallon in the two weeks ended Feb. 21, about 28 cents higher than the price last year, according to the Lundberg survey of 8,000 gas stations. The 7-cent increase came after an 11-cent ...
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