The attacks on Saudi oil facilities on Saturday will drive up fuel prices worldwide in the world's largest outage in 50 years. Here's what it could mean for consumers.
Where will I feel the cost increases?
Consumers around the world could see costs rise for products ranging from gasoline and diesel to home heating costs and air fares, after this weekend's attacks caused a spike in global oil prices. As the cost of transportation rises, that could mean shipments of other goods, such as groceries, could also increase.