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    How much will gasoline cost tomorrow? Should you buy gas at today's price, or would you save money by holding off until tomorrow and paying a lower future gas price?


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    Gas Price Prediction for Independence Day Weekend, July 3 - 5, 2015

    Posted to the Web July 6, 2015, 8:00 AM EDT.

    Released to subscribers July 2, 2015, 5:19 PM EDT.

    Change in Futures (Avg.): +0.038

    Change in 2nd-Lowest Retail (Avg.): -0.013

    Pressure: (Avg.): +0.026

    Trend for tomorrow: Up

    Trend for next 2-3 days: Up

    Recommendation for tonight: Buy gas tonight.

    Notes:

    1. Average pressure is very weakly upward, but the local picture is not so simple. In the Southeast and Midwest, there is simple upward pressure, in some cities well up into the moderate range. But in most of the rest of the U.S. pressure is steady for tomorrow with downward pressure for the next 2 to 3 days. However, even there, we have the odd situation of a fairly high magnitude component of pressure, meaning that prices could change by multiple cents in either direction. Safe bet is to fill up tonight.
    2. We have mixed pressure tonight. Seven cities in our national model have upward pressure and five have steady pressure for tomorrow with downward pressure for the next 2 to 3 days. Although the numerical average pressure is very weakly upward, it is still possible for the average retail price to move downward over the Fourth of July Weekend. Today's average price among our 12 cities is $2.822 per gallon, and our predicted price range for the weekend is 2.818 - 2.848. We will call this a successful prediction if the average price moves upward (regardless of how much) or if it moves down as far as $2.818.
    3. Can retail gasoline prices actually move downward over the Fourth of July Weekend? Yes, they can. We've seen it.

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