Gasoline prices swing up

Motorists are paying more for gasoline than they were two weeks ago, with increases of up to 6 cents a gallon in some areas, a new survey shows.

Oil expert Dan Lundberg said May 23 that among 17,000 stations nationwide there was an average increase of 2.68 cents for an overall price of 121.23 cents per gallon for all grades.

Price averages fell in only four survey cities - Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Honolulu, and Anchorage, Alaska.

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