NEW YORK, Feb 25 (Reuters) - The average retail price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States jumped nearly 13 cents in the last two weeks and could go higher as retailers currently facing losses try to recover their profit margins, according to an industry analyst. The national average for self-serve, regular unleaded gasoline rose 12.87 cents to $2.3487 a gallon on Feb. 23, according to the Lundberg survey of about 7,000 gas stations. The rise increased the speed of the upturn ...
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