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     Hurricane Katrina news is sparse today. However, another facet of Katrina is playing itself out at the gas pumps. The low price for gas rose another dime here overnight.
     The high price for gas is back up to $2.99 per gallon. The question this raises is... how come? The benchmark price for gas at the I-20 exit in Oxford, AL rose to that same price just after Katrina hit the coast, then fell back down to $2.59 or so.
     So, why $2.99? What makes this a magic number? Why not $3.00 or $3.17, or $2.87? Why $2.99? Is this an arbitrary price or is there sound mathematical market value pricing going on? would be more than happy to publish a bonafide response to the intriguing $2.99 mystery from someone in the local industry here.     

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Regarding the daily gas history below... The low price for gas at the Oxford I-20 exit
just before Katrina was $2.43 per gallon. The high price was an overnight jump to $2.99 just after Katrina. Use this for a benchmark.


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