Yep, you just described the Wall Street Casino. But the price is up 22 cents a gallon stealing $22 billion a day out of of economy, money that could have been used to grow the economy instead of lining the pockets of Wall Street Crooks.
Weekly data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration
showed U.S. gasoline stocks rose by 3.8 million barrels last
week, capping a five-week build of nearly 23 million barrels.
Demand for the motor fuel is down 2.8 percent from the same
period of 2011. The weekly build in gasoline stocks was larger
than analysts had expected.