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Missouri gas prices increased by 9.6 cents the week of Oct. 10–16, averaging $3.26 per gallon yesterday, according to MissouriGasPrices.com, a division of national gas tracker, GasBuddy.com. The national average went up 6.3 cents to $3.49 per gallon during the week.
 
Prices in the state are 9.7 cents lower than a month ago but 60 cents higher than the same day a year ago. The national average has declined 12 cents in the last month, but it is 66.3 percent higher than the same day a year ago.
 
“Highlighting what I've reiterated for weeks, we're seeing gasoline prices continue their volatile trend, and this time that trend is upward," said Patrick DeHaan, GasBuddy.com senior petroleum analyst, in a news release. He noted that he expects prices to continue to climb during the next week.
“It’s important to note that wholesale gasoline prices are now at their highest since early September, when the national average was $3.66 a gallon,” he added.
 
The cheapest gas reported in the state, $2.96 per gallon, can be found at a MFA station in Perryville. A Shell station in Cameron and a Conoco in Branson have the most expensive gas in the state, $3.44 per gallon, according to MissouriGasPrices.com.
 
Seven filling stations were tied at $3.23 per gallon for the least expensive gas in Springfield:
• Break Time, 1211 E. Grand St.;
• Murphy’s USA, 3516 W. Sunshine St.;
• Conoco, 320 W. Sunshine St.;
• Conoco, 945 S. Campbell Ave.;
• Kum & Go, 959 S. Glenstone Ave.;
• Signal, 960 S. Glenstone Ave.; and
• Signal, 2415 S. Campbell Ave.
 
Missouri had the fifth-lowest gas prices in the nation, according to the state rankings on GasBuddy.com. South Carolina had the lowest priced gas at $3.22. Hawaii had the highest gas prices at $4.13 per gallon. In the region, Oklahoma averaged $3.31 per gallon; Arkansas averaged $3.34; and Kansas averaged $3.35 per gallon.
http://gasbuddy.com/GB_Price_List.aspx?cntry=USA
 
According to the CME Group, light sweet crude futures were trading at $86 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 8:58 a.m. this morning.
http://www.cmegroup.com/trading/energy/crude-oil/light-sweet-crude.html
Missouri gas prices increased by 9.6 cents the week of Oct. 10–16, averaging $3.26 per gallon yesterday, according to MissouriGasPrices.com, a division of national gas tracker, GasBuddy.com. The national average went up 6.3 cents to $3.49 per gallon during the week.
 
Prices in the state are 9.7 cents lower than a month ago but 60 cents higher than the same day a year ago. The national average has declined 12 cents in the last month, but it is 66.3 percent higher than the same day a year ago.
 
“Highlighting what I've reiterated for weeks, we're seeing gasoline prices continue their volatile trend, and this time that trend is upward," said Patrick DeHaan, GasBuddy.com senior petroleum analyst, in a news release. He noted that he expects prices to continue to climb during the next week.

“It’s important to note that wholesale gasoline prices are now at their highest since early September, when the national average was $3.66 a gallon,” he added.
 
The cheapest gas reported in the state, $2.96 per gallon, can be found at a MFA station in Perryville. A Shell station in Cameron and a Conoco in Branson have the most expensive gas in the state, $3.44 per gallon, according to MissouriGasPrices.com.
 
Seven filling stations were tied at $3.23 per gallon for the least expensive gas in Springfield:
  • Break Time, 1211 E. Grand St.;
  • Murphy’s USA, 3516 W. Sunshine St.;
  • Conoco, 320 W. Sunshine St.;
  • Conoco, 945 S. Campbell Ave.;
  • Kum & Go, 959 S. Glenstone Ave.;
  • Signal, 960 S. Glenstone Ave.; and
  • Signal, 2415 S. Campbell Ave.
Missouri had the fifth-lowest gas prices in the nation, according to the state rankings on GasBuddy.com. South Carolina had the lowest priced gas at $3.22. Hawaii had the highest gas prices at $4.13 per gallon. In the region, Oklahoma averaged $3.31 per gallon; Arkansas averaged $3.34; and Kansas averaged $3.35 per gallon.
 
According to the CME Group, light sweet crude futures were trading at $86 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 8:58 a.m. this morning.
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