The cost of rising gas prices
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The cost of rising gas prices


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The cost of rising gas prices is incurred by consumers, producers and governments directly and indirectly by practically pushing up the price of every other commodity. It has resulted in jobs loss, altered spending and savings patterns and decline in real disposable incomes. A study suggests that every 0.25 increase in gas prices leads to a removal of 25 billion from the US economy.(Micheal Kopley, 2011).

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