Afraid of getting gouged by higher gas prices this summer? Blame Wall Street, some critics say.
Many Americans are still scarred by last year's summer gas-price spike to $4 a gallon. This summer gas prices are down around $2.50 a gallon, but for the first time since mid-June, prices have gone up week-over-week.
The laws of supply and demand, though, indicate that prices should be heading down, not up: supply has increased, demand has decreased.
With American consumers struggling to survive...Full Story