West Texas Intermediate crude

Higher Pump Prices? Yes.
But Not $5 a Gallon

Americans could see gasoline spiking 10% to 18% higher in coming weeks as a result of the unrest in the Middle East, but they're unlikely go above $4 a gallon -- unless the uprisings spread to Saudi Arabia. In that case, all bets are off.

Oil Prices: Egypt's Crisis Could Hurt Europe First

Even though no reports of supply disruptions have surface, Brent crude hit $100 a barrel in London trading, while U.S. prices hovered near $90. Europe is more vulnerable because much of its crude flows through the Suez Canal and adjacent pipelines.