Syria Fallout: Expect Volatile Gas Prices04:05
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Chris King fills up his truck at a gas station in San Diego, February 2013. (Gregory Bull/AP)
Chris King fills up his truck at a gas station in San Diego, February 2013. (Gregory Bull/AP)

The U.S. stock market has seen the biggest sell-off since May last year, and overnight the wholesale price of gas jumped up 10 cents, a cost that may or may not be passed on to consumers at the pump.

Markets watcher Phil Flynn says the crisis in Syria is "not a positive" on the global economy.

He says Syrian volatility might even cause the Federal Reserve to delay its plans to end its stimulus efforts if the economy falters.

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This segment aired on August 28, 2013.

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