Gasoline futures surged to their highest level since early March Monday, lifted by energy supply disruptions caused by back-to-back storms that are on track to hit the Gulf of Mexico this week.
U.S. gasoline futures for delivery in September added 6.5% to $1.3671 a gallon on the New York Mercantile Exchange, posting their largest one-day advance since mid-May. They ended the day at their highest level since March 6.
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