Originally Posted by rickandsandi
I want to buy a gas station, as reported this morning:
Light, sweet crude for October delivery tumbled $3.02 to $92.69 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange by noon in Europe. It briefly fell as low as $91.54. Overnight, the contract dropped $5.47 to settle at $95.71, the first time oil closed below $100 since March 4.
We sure won't see any change at the pump. The local Shell station was at $4.09 for regular. Another new change at the pumps is a different price for cash or credit card. The credit card price is $0.10 per gallon more! Sorry, but I don't walk around with $105.00 cash in pocket all the time.
March 3rd Yuki reported:
We just returned from a road trip and saw varying prices for regular fuel...
and the Average for Diesel was $3.79
No profit takin eh?