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IP: *.chello.pl 22.11.04, 18:13
"MFW z powodu wysokich cen ropy obniża swoje prognozy wzrostu dla światowej
gospodarki na przyszły rok. Według ekspertów MWF, globalny wzrost wyniesie w
2005 r. około 4 proc., zamiast prognozowanego jeszcze pod koniec września 4,3
proc."

Tak sobie, lekka reka, kilkadziesiat miliardów obetniemy... W koncu i tak
nasze prognozy sa nietrafione... nierzetelne... nie potrafimy tego dobrze
wyliczyc... Ale zeby od razu uznac ze pora sie rozwiazac? A po co! Nie mamy
bladego pojecia, ale za to mamy publicity.
Obserwuj wątek
          • moped to jak jest z ta cena? 22.11.04, 21:05
            www.kfoxtv.com/news/3938292/detail.html
            Gas Prices Down For Holiday
            A steady decline in gas prices may take some of the sting out of holiday travel
            this year.

            It may be hard to believe it, but gas prices are falling.


            Last month here in El Paso, the price per gallon for regular unleaded gasoline
            was almost $1.89.

            Now some gas stations are advertising $1.86.

            But these lower prices don't necessarily mean more El Pasoans will hit the road
            this holiday season.

            • moped Re: to jak jest z ta cena? 22.11.04, 21:07
              www.msnbc.msn.com/ID/6530615/
              Thanksgiving travel to surpass pre-9/11 levels
              High gasoline prices won't curb Turkey Day driving plans

              The national average for a gallon of unleaded gas is more than $1.94, but that
              isn't expected to slow holiday driving plans over Thanksgiving weekend, AAA
              reports.


              About 37.2 million people will travel more than 50 miles from home for the
              holiday, up 3 percent from last year, despite gasoline prices more than 30
              percent higher than a year ago, according to the group's survey of 1,300 adults.

              Roughly 82 percent of those travelers will go by auto, which is also up about 3
              percent from last year, the AAA found in its survey.

              Gasoline prices on Friday were $1.948 per gallon, which is down from a month
              ago, when the national average was $2.019 per gallon, and about 10 cents below
              the record hit last spring.

              Fuel prices have surged on the back of high crude oil costs, which hit a peak
              of $55.67 a barrel in late October on worries over global supplies before
              moderating to around $47 a barrel.


              Scott Olson / Getty Images file
              Travelers checking in at Chicago's O'Hare Airport last November. It is
              estimated that over 1 million people will pass through Chicago's two airports
              over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
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              "Traveler's increased confidence in both the economy and airline security will
              make this an extremely busy travel holiday," said AAA Vice President Sandra
              Hughes.

              More will travel this year, Hughes said, than in 2000, which she said was
              the "high water mark for the travel industry." Travel slumped after the Sept.
              11, 2001, terror attacks on New York and Washington.

              About 12 percent of travelers will travel by airplane, up 4 percent from last
              year, and about 5 percent of the total will travel by train or bus.

              The highest prices for regular gasoline were in Hawaii at $2.436 a gallon,
              followed by California, at $2.34, the AAA said in its survey.

              Other states with prices averaging more than $2 were: Nevada, $2.20; New York,
              $2.13; Alaska, $2.08; Idaho and Connecticut, $2.06; Arizona, Oregon and
              Washington, $2.05; Massachusetts and Rhode Island, $2.04; Washington, D.C.,
              $2.03; Florida, $2.02; Maine and Wisconsin, $2.01; and Montana, $2.00.

              The AAA, the largest travel association with more than 47 million members,
              recorded the highest gasoline price ever in outright price terms not adjusted
              for inflation on May 26 this year, at $2.054 a gallon.

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