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CNNMoney reports that further unrest in the Middle East could spur “$4 and maybe even $5 a gallon” gas, but suggests it’s more likely prices will fall by as much as 75 cents this year because supply is steady.
Another week, another recall – this time it’s Ford, and they’re worried your F-150 might catch fire. Affecting about 35,000 vehicles, this recall is “because of possible fuel leaks and electrical shorts that could lead to fires,” MSNBC reports.
If it seems like airlines were raising airfares just last week, well, they were. And they’re doing it again, AP reports. American, United, Continental and US Airways are up another $10 round-trip, and Delta’s up $10-20. But “none of the low-cost airlines – Southwest, JetBlue and AirTran – had raised prices.”
Microsoft plans to get in on the iPad competition – but not for another year and a half. First it needs to “update its Windows 7 operating system with programs more tailored to the touch screens, size and battery life of tablet computers,” Bloomberg reports.
The oil spike might hit us at the grocery store as well as the gas pump. According to CNNMoney, the price of dairy, meat, cereals, and other food are on the rise and may jump because of “higher transport costs” and a greater “cost of production.”