A stronger dollar could be a bellwether of an improving economy and a brighter outlook for U.S. stocks.
Electric cars such as the Nissan Leaf and Toyota Prius Plug-In began 2013 with a sales slump. In the months ahead, automakers hope to boost sales with increased production and cheaper prices.
Demand for gasoline usually dips during the cold, sleepy month of February. Prices at the pump tend to decrease or remain flat as well. Not last February, though, when gas prices spiked during a run-up to peak prices in the …
In January, Ford sold five times as many hybrid vehicles as it did the year before. New hybrids from Volkswagen, Honda and pretty much every other automaker also mean that Toyota, which has dominated the market for years with its …
Gas prices have been on the rise for weeks, and they’re set to spike in the months ahead. Does this sound at all familiar?
The average fuel economy of new vehicles rose 6% in 2012, and cars are expected to use less and less gas going forward. Isn’t that a good thing?
The current national average for a gallon of regular gasoline is $3.30. Drivers shouldn’t expect prices to get cheaper at any point in 2013.
A host of special interests, from filmmakers to rum distillers, got tax breaks in last week’s fiscal cliff deal.
It’s the time of year when lists are made forecasting the rise and fall of household expenses, big and small. Accordingly, it may also be time to tweak the family budget.
Hurray! Drivers are now seeing the year’s cheapest prices at the pump. Let’s not get carried away and actually declare these prices truly “cheap,” however.
“Cheaper gas prices” probably wasn’t tops on many holiday wish lists. But relief at the pump could represent a holiday dream come true: As families save money on gas, the budget will be freed up to purchase more presents.