Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Gas Prices Below $3 per Gallon in S. Carolina

Gas is now below $3 per gallon in most parts of South Carolina and is selling for as low as $2.89 in Greenville, S.C.


At 6/20/2012 8:29 AM, Blogger Krishnan said...

These speculators ought to be jailed - for forcing the prices lower than they were a few weeks ago - Imagine what could happen to gasoline consumption and CO2 production and the value of those companies's stock because their product is now cheaper (there are ordinary people whose pensions/payouts depend on the value of oil/gas company stocks)

(And when prices go up - we can say this)

These speculators ought to be thrown in jail for making it impossible for ordinary people to live - they have to drive after all to make a living and life is so expensive already

(When prices stay the same, we can say this)

WHAT? No increase in my pensions/annuity? Why are the prices of gas/oil not doing up? Why is the stock price stuck at the point it was last week?

(When something else happens I have not anticipated - I can always figure out what to say by using simple rules - profit is evil and CO2 is bad - except when it is good)

At 6/20/2012 11:40 AM, Blogger bart said...

The last 4 weeks, regular gas with annual change rate. Prices are basically the same as last year.

$3.67 4.44%
$3.61 2.21%
$3.57 -1.00%
$3.53 -3.15%

At 6/20/2012 11:45 AM, Blogger bart said...

Speculators wise, take the top 5 trading desks out of the equation, basically the TBTF hosers.

The rest are basically fine, at least from a manipulation/control capability view.

At 6/22/2012 4:54 PM, Blogger OBloodyHell said...

I have no doubt seth can find something bad about this for the poor and unemployed.


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