U.S. gasoline prices to rise in next 2 weeks-gov't


By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Aug 20 (Reuters) - U.S. drivers can expect gasoline prices to rise over the next few weeks thanks to tighter motor fuel supplies and strong demand, the government warned on Wednesday. "With the Labor Day weekend less than 2 weeks away, gasoline prices are likely to rise even further on a national basis, as recent increases in wholesale prices continue to be passed through to retail markets," the Energy Information Administration said in its weekly review of the ...

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