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Sandy helps push gasoline prices lower

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“We’re not going to see prices move higher because of this storm. We’re going to see prices move lower,” said Tom Kloza, oil analyst at OPIS. RBOB gasoline futures were down a half percent, at $2. 62 per gallon in afternoon trading Tuesday.  Gasoline at the pump continued to decline, with the national average for unleaded regular $3. 53, a penny lower than Monday and 11 cents cheaper than a week ago.

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Tom Kloza

Overall Sentiment: -0.134325

Relevance: 0.731899

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0 “We’re not going to see prices move higher because of this storm. We’re going to see prices move lower,” said Tom Kloza, …
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  • Number of Quotes: 1
  • Aggregate Sentiment: 0
  • Mean: 0
  • Standard Deviation: 1.4142135623731

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Gasoline prices are likely to keep falling after Super Storm Sandy shut down highways and air travel across the East Coast. “We’re not going to see prices move higher because of this storm. We’re going to see prices move lower,” said analyst Tom Kloza.

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Sandy helps push gasoline prices lower

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