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Weekly Gasoline Prices: WTIC Highest Since 2014

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] As of October 18, the price of Regular and Premium were up six and five cents each, respectively, from the previous week. According to GasBuddy.com, California has the highest average price for Regular at .49 and Texas has the cheapest at .95. The WTIC end-of-day spot price closed at 81.69, up 1.5% from last week and up 72% from the beginning of the year. Both gas prices and WTIC are at their highest levels since 2014.

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As of October 18, the price of Regular and Premium were up six and five cents each, respectively, from the previous week. According to GasBuddy.com, California has the highest average price for Regular at $4.49 and Texas has the cheapest at $2.95. The WTIC end-of-day spot price closed at 81.69, up 1.5% from last week and up 72% from the beginning of the year. Both gas prices and WTIC are at their highest levels since 2014.

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