Gasoline inventories in the United States peaked in the last decade for the start of the summer driving season, threatening a rise in prices for oil to $50 per barrel, the Financial Times informs. According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), the US gasoline stocks were about 237 million barrels on June 10th. This is 8.8% higher than a year earlier. Index peaked to mid-June since 1991.





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