Over two bucks a gallon goes to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his merry band of despots.
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"With U.S. gasoline demand predicted to average around 380 million gallons daily in 2011, that extra one-tenth of a penny on those gallons comes to $380,000 per day - close to $139 million annually."
"No blood for cooking oil!" doesn't really have the same ring to it...
"If there were such a thing as polyester futures, I would've gone long months ago," says one money manager.
Why do the prices of these two seemingly disparate commodities move in lockstep?