USAToday.com  Sep 14  Comment 
Falling gasoline prices and stronger job growth have helped boost sales
Wall Street Journal  Sep 12  Comment 
Spending at U.S. retailers ticked up in August, a sign that lower gasoline prices and better job growth may be encouraging consumers to open their wallets.
Reuters  Sep 12  Comment 
* Russia's gasoline production only slightly above consumption
USAToday.com  Sep 12  Comment 
Also: Personal finance Friday!
Wall Street Journal  Sep 12  Comment 
Gasoline prices have tumbled 19% since June and markets are signaling further relief at the pump for consumers.
SeekingAlpha  Sep 11  Comment 
By Tom Konrad, CFA: A new report written by Nathaniel Bullard at Bloomberg New Energy Finance highlights the difficulties large institutional investors would have divesting from fossil fuels. What it does not specifically discuss is that these...
MarketWatch  Sep 10  Comment 
U.S. crude-oil supplies declined by 1 million barrels in the week ended Sept. 5, the Energy Information Administration said Wednesday. That met expectations of analysts polled by Platts, and numbers released late Tuesday by the American Petroleum...
Reuters  Sep 10  Comment 
President Nicolas Maduro is mulling a politically risky move to raise highly subsidized gasoline prices in Venezuela for the first time in 17 years, but may be put off for now by fears of a social backlash.
Forbes  Sep 10  Comment 
A recent projectable national study confirms much of what you probably suspect—that even though many companies claim they are emphasizing service, service is actually getting worse.  Why? Companies often spend money on technology and staff that...


This article describes the specific commodity. For information about oil prices in general, see the article on Oil Prices.

Gasoline is a mixture of hydrocarbons used primarily in the fueling of internal combustion engines (e.g. automobile engines). Gasoline prices generally follow crude oil prices. The commodity trades on the NYMEX and is valued in US dollars per gallon.

The chart at left shows continuos front-month futures prices for RBOB Gasoline traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Prices, Ticker, and Delivery Dates

RBOB Gasoline futures contracts are traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange under ticker symbol RB and are delivered every month of the year. (For more information on commodity tickers, check out the commodity ticker construction page.)

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