NEW YORK, March 26 (Reuters) - U.S. pump prices rose back above $2 a gallon on Thursday for the first time since last November, auto and travel group AAA said. Average retail gasoline prices stood at $2.01 a gallon, up 10 cents from a month ago, according to AAA's daily survey of up to 100,000 gas stations. Gasoline prices typically rise leading into the spring and summer when road travel picks up. Despite the uptick, pump prices remain well below their record peaks over $4 hit last ...
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