In the UK, there was just a big fire at a refinery that produces a
big fraction of the petrol used here. As the supply went down, the
price went up. Over the easter holiday week, when there was much
extra automobile use for family trips, the price also went up.
I just can't figure it out folks--the supply decreases and the price
rises. The demand increases and the price rises. The demand falls
and the price falls. The price is more expensive the farther the
stuff is transported from the refinery. It just doesn't make any
sense if all of this conspiracy stuff is true.
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