Gasoline and heating oil jumped more than a penny a gallon Monday and crude oil prices also leaped after traders and analysts predicted a sharp temporary rise because of last week's Alaska oil spill. Energy analysts said the market should see "a real good jump," rising perhaps $1 to $2 a barrel temporarily.

In early trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange, the May contract for West Texas Intermediate was up 57 cents from Thursday's close of $20.15.