WASHINGTON, June 24 (Reuters) - U.S. retail gasoline prices increased for the second week in a row, rising 0.6 cents a gallon over the last week to a nationwide average of $1.384, the Energy Department said on Monday. The latest pump price is still down 15 cents from a year ago, based on a weekly survey of more than 800 service stations by the department's Energy Information Administration. The national price for cleaner-burning reformulated gasoline, which is sold at about one-third of ...
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