Gasoline Pares Early Storm-Related Gains as Refineries Start UpBarbara Powell
Gasoline pared gains of as much as 7.7 percent after refiners came back online following Hurricane Sandy. Earlier, prices rose as fuel suppliers bought November contracts to cover near-term delivery agreements after the biggest Atlantic storm in history shut terminals and pipelines.
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