The steady rise in consumer gasoline prices in the United States is tapering off, but a question mark remains over the Iranian deal, analysts said. U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to announce Tuesday afternoon what the government will do with an agreement that lets Iranian oil flow in the market in exchange for commitments from Tehran to scale back its nuclear research program. A consistent critic of the deal, Trump pulling out could lead to spikes in crude oil prices and consumers could feel the impact at the pump. Motor club AAA reports a national average retail price of $2.81 per gallon of regular unleaded, more or less unchanged from last week. “If this past week’s […]