Clusterstock  Sep 26  Comment 
Consumer sentiment remains unchanged at a high level. The University of Michigan's final confidence index came in at 84.6 in September, which was the same level in its preliminary report earlier this month. This was a bit lighter than the 84.8...
USAToday.com  Sep 26  Comment 
The average U.S. household spent an average of $2,600 last year
Commodity Online  Sep 25  Comment 
Continued weakness is seen at the bottom of the barrel. The only bright spot for resid demand comes from the power generation sector in Saudi, where there is no real alternative, and Japan, where nukes remain shut.
Financial Times  Sep 24  Comment 
Data point to unexpectedly sturdy demand for motor fuel
MarketWatch  Sep 24  Comment 
U.S. crude supplies declined 4.3 million barrels in the week ended Sept. 19, the Energy Information Administration said Wednesday. That ran counter to expectations of an increase by 1 million barrels, according to a Platts survey of analysts....
MarketWatch  Sep 23  Comment 
U.S. crude inventories declined 6.5 million barrels in the week ended Sept. 19, the American Petroleum Institute said late Tuesday, according to reports. Gasoline inventories added 100,000 barrels, while supplies of distillates rose 3 million...
Yahoo  Sep 22  Comment 
Gasoline prices are at their lowest levels since February. But while that might spell relief for consumers, surprisingly, it may not benefit the world’s largest retailer.
Benzinga  Sep 19  Comment 
According to GasBuddy.com, Friday's morning benchmark average national price for gasoline in the United States was $3.36 per gallon. That’s almost $0.16 per gallon cheaper than the average per gallon price last year. That is just the...


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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