April 9 (Bloomberg) -- Oil rose more than $2 a barrel, after touching a record $112.21, and gasoline jumped to the highest ever following an unexpected decline in U.S. crude supplies.
Story says gasoline prices are following the crude-oil price on up. Read the whole story here. Makes you think twice about a trip to town, dunnit? You just don't want to spend six or eight bucks to pick up a half gallon of milk.