NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- As crude oil has raged higher, are consumers going to start feeling the pinch in their wallets? TheStreet's Jim Cramer tells Joe Deaux that gasoline is starting to play catch-up and could go to $4.25 per gallon.Cramer was quick to point out that even as pump prices have steadily rose, the U.S. has become a much larger exporter of gasoline.
Quick Take: Cramer: Gas Could Hit $4.25
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