Here in Pennsylvania the price of gas per gallon increased slightly to $3.702, a 5 cent per gallon increase compared to one month ago, and a 93 cent per gallon decrease from one year ago.
Inflation in the United States continued its downward trend, as consumer prices rose three percent this year through June.
As of June 15, the average price of gas per gallon in the United States is $3.589, a 5 cent increase from one month ago.
Over the past week, due to rising demand for gas and increased oil costs, gas prices across the country have taken a slight rise.
When the Federal Reserve convenes at the end of January 2023 to set interest rates, it will be guided by one key bit of data: the U.S. inflation rate. The problem is, that stat ignores a sizable chunk of the country – rural America.
Why are reports of long lines at food banks and increased demand for free food apparently at odds with the relative stability in the national food insecurity rate?
Gas Prices continue to look good for Pennsylvania, dropping by 11 cents, since last week. Compared to neighbors like New York, where the average price of gas is $3.53, and Massachusetts, where it’s $3.48, Pennsylvanians are paying more for gas at $3.70 on average in the region.
Housing costs, including rental prices, are on the path to stabilizing but evidence of this won’t show up in inflation measures anytime soon, economists say.
With the election being under a week away, Pennsylvania voters have a lot to think about as they decide who will be their next U.S. Senator.
People are still on the hunt for the best prices, leading to this handy-dandy guide for some of the cheapest gas stations in Pennsylvania.