U.S. gasoline rises 6 cents on higher crude, ethanol prices

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Aug 26 (Reuters) - The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in the United States increased 6.8 cents in the last two weeks due to a rise in crude oil prices partly driven by tensions in Iran, according to the nationwide Lundberg Survey. According to the survey of some 2,500 gas stations in the continental United States, the national average for regular gasoline as of Aug. 24, was $3.759 per gallon, up from $3.69 on Aug. 12. It was about 21 cents below the April 6 ...

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