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Gas Predictor for Kansas City, Missouri!
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?
Gas Price Prediction for Presidents Day Weekend, February 18 - 20, 2017
Posted to the Web February 17, 2017, 4:56 PM CST.
Change in Futures: -0.008
Change in 2nd-Lowest Retail: 0.00
Trend for tomorrow: Steady
Trend for next 2-3 days: Down
Price range through next business day: 2.004 - 2.029
Recommendation for tonight: Hold off and buy gas tomorrow.
Commodities markets closed Monday, 2/20/2017, for Presidents Day. Check back after 5:30 PM CST Tuesday, 02/21/2017 for our next prediction.
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