This is why spiking oil prices and gas at $5 a gallon may not lead to a recession

A display shows fuel prices at a gas station in New York City, March 7, 2022.
Andrew Kelly | Reuters

Much higher oil and gasoline prices increase the chances for a recession, but economists say the U.S. economy is resilient and should dodge one for now.

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