Crude Oil's Price Jump Not Felt at Pump Crude oil prices have skyrocketed, while gas pump prices have flat-lined or even dipped. What's going on? NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates talks with consumers and energy experts to get their thoughts on links between gas and oil prices.
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Crude Oil's Price Jump Not Felt at Pump

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Crude Oil's Price Jump Not Felt at Pump

Crude Oil's Price Jump Not Felt at Pump

Crude Oil's Price Jump Not Felt at Pump

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Crude oil prices have skyrocketed, while gas pump prices have flat-lined or even dipped. What's going on? NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates talks with consumers and energy experts to get their thoughts on links between gas and oil prices.