Posts Tagged ‘gas prices’

Stimulus Checks to Help Combat Inflation? Federal and State Help May Come

Apr 20th, 2022

If you’re feeling the crunch of higher prices in the grocery store or at the gas pump, relief for your wallet could be on the way. Both federal and state-level legislation has been introduced (and in some cases, already passed) to send rebates or stimulus checks directly to Americans. Click here to read more. 

Gas Prices: ‘We Could See $5 a Gallon’ as Russia-Ukraine War Drags on, Strategist Says

Mar 30th, 2022

Expect to see the average cost of gasoline hit $5 per gallon by the peak driving season if the Russia-Ukraine conflict isn’t resolved soon, says one strategist. Click here to read more.

Democrats Unveil Plan For New Quarterly Stimulus Checks

Mar 16th, 2022

On March 10, a group of Democrats introduced legislation that would provide more stimulus money for Americans. Like the payments authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act in 2021, these payments would likely go directly into American’s bank accounts. The money would be sent out quarterly, aiming to help people cope with rising gas costs. […]

Rising Gas Prices Hindering Consumers’ Buying Power, Industry Expert Says

Oct 20th, 2021

Gas prices – now at a fresh seven-year high – are continuing “to eat away at consumers’ buying power,” according to an industry expert. With gas prices on the rise, consumers are spending more “filling up than in other areas of the economy,” Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy, told FOX Business. […]