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As Summer Driving Season Begins, Gas Prices Are a Guessing Game

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Reuters reports that gas prices continue to defy logic, as the markets for crude oil and retail gasoline are off to an unpredictable start for the 2011 driving season.

Reuters reports that gas prices continue to defy logic, as the markets for crude oil and retail gasoline are off to an unpredictable start for the 2011 driving season.

The market news is quoted as saying:

Gasoline prices have backed off their peak of $4, down to about $3.80 as a national average.

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