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Channel News Asia  7 hrs ago  Comment 
Oil prices rose on Thursday for the first time in three days after U.S. crude and gasoline stockpiles fell, but investors are looking for more signs that output cuts by OPEC and some other producers are ending a three-year glut.
Automotive World  Jun 21  Comment 
During the 18th international Engine of the Year Awards in Stuttgart, an international jury of journalists awarded the prize of 2017 “ Engine of the Year” to the 1.2L 3-cylinder turbo PureTech gasoline engine in the 1L to 1.4L category. An...
Motley Fool  Jun 21  Comment 
Investors and Wall Street analysts are swooning over the company's novel approach to fuels and chemicals manufacturing. Scientists are more skeptical -- and for good reason.
Reuters  Jun 21  Comment 
India's Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd is seeking gasoline in a rare move, due to a scheduled, month-long shutdown of a crude unit and a continuous catalytic reformer (CCR), sources said on Wednesday.
MarketWatch  Jun 20  Comment 
The American Petroleum Institute reported Tuesday a decline of 2.7 million barrels in U.S. crude supplies for the week ended June 16, according to sources. The API data, however, showed a climb of 346,000 barrels in gasoline supplies, while...
Forbes  Jun 16  Comment 
The fuel price impact on American drivers has moderated as gasoline prices fall. After peaking over $4 per gallon, today's $2.50 price seems like a bargain. This has caused American drivers to move from cars to trucks - primarily crossover SUVs...
Reuters  Jun 15  Comment 
Oil prices settled lower for a second straight day on Thursday, as the market was unable to rebound from Wednesday's decline on the back of a surprise build in U.S. gasoline inventories and ongoing worries about heavy global supply.
MarketWatch  Jun 14  Comment 
Oil prices drop to their lowest settlement in seven months Wednesday, pressured by data showing a smaller-than-expected weekly decline in U.S. supplies and a rise in gasoline stockpiles and crude production.




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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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