Fargo, Nd – The price of gasoline is already reacting to today's attacks on the East Coast.
Jim Feneis of First Fuel Bank in St. Cloud had to bump his price up 10-cents to a dollar-79-point-9 this morning. He cautions that prices could go higher.
He says the price of MidEast oil in London has jumped three dollars-29 cents a barrel when trading stopped.
Feneis says if the terrorism situation isn't resolve in the next few days, there might be a shortage of gasoline.