Motley Fool  Jul 17  Comment 
If you're looking to invest in gasoline, there's no better way than directly with the companies that make the stuff.
Reuters  Jul 17  Comment 
Crude oil prices may be falling, but things are not so rosy for European gasoline consumers.
Motley Fool  Jul 16  Comment 
Still filling your car with gasoline? If you said yes, you might want to look at gas stations instead of oil
Reuters  Jul 15  Comment 
* Full-year 2015 diesel, gasoline sales seen falling (Adds fuel distributors' comment, outlook for full year gasoline and diesel sales)
MarketWatch  Jul 15  Comment 
Led by energy, the prices that U.S. companies paid to produce goods and services rose in June.
Forbes  Jul 14  Comment 
Choosing the right credit card can help consumers save money at the pump ? and everywhere else.
TheStreet.com  Jul 13  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- At an average of $2.83 per gallon of regular gasoline, drivers are paying the least for gas at the pumps in the United States since mid-May.  The average price of gas at U.S. filing stations is down 1.66 cents in two...
Reuters  Jul 10  Comment 
* Future output rise limited by poor crude supply infrastructure
Biomass Magazine  Jul 10  Comment 
The U.S. DOE announced July 9 that six projects will receive up to $18 million in funding to reduce the modeled price of algae-based biofuels to less than $5 per gasoline gallon equivalent (gge) by 2019.
Reuters  Jul 10  Comment 
Tremendous demand for gasoline in the United States has pushed refining margins for motor fuel to the highest seasonal level in a decade.


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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