A customer fills her vehicle with gas in a county where some grades of gasoline have already surpassed the $4 mark on February 21, in Miami, Florida.(Getty Images)
A customer fills her vehicle with gas in a county where some grades of gasoline have already surpassed the $4 mark on February 21, in Miami, Florida.
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Gas Price Hits New Record

March 2, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
Is this a sign of recovery, or the opposite?
 

Gas prices hit a new record high yesterday. According to aaa’s website, the average cost of a gallon of gas is $3.73. February’s record high gas prices follow the records set in January.

If the rising price was due to the economy drastically improving and Americans using more gasoline, it might be a good sign. However, evidence indicates the opposite is the case.

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