drivers getting an early start on the Memorial Day weekend are pulling out of gas stations with a little more cash in their pockets.
The national average for unleaded regular gasoline was $3.81 a gallon on Thursday. That's 9 cents less than it was a week ago, according to AAA, Wright Express and the Oil Price Information Service.
The most common gas price in the country is even less -- about $3.70 a gallon. That's down 10 cents from Wednesday, according to Fred Rozell, retail pricing director for OPIS.
Consumers in California, Washington, Illinois and five other states paying the highest pump prices -- between $3.91 and $4.28 a gallon. The cheapest prices -- between $3.57 and $3.69 a gallon -- can be found in Wyoming, Arizona, parts of the Midwest and the South.
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Pump-pric … 7.html?x=0
well do we finally have some good news?
I was watching Bloomberg last week and the PHD economist predicted gasoline prices around $2.50 a gallon during our election. He said that Saudi Arabia wants to support the G20 and will step up production. The excess supply will cause a price shock.
by ptosis 7 years ago
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I just heard that it is very probable that the gas will go up to $5.00 a gallon in the near...future in the United States; do you think it will happen? And why is it going up that much?
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This may not be news to a whole lot of people, but, I am getting sick of this. Why isn't the Government doing anything about it, especially when they know that it is killing our economy? Not, to mention that we are fighting wars over it, only to have the countries we are "Aiding" are...
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How do you see transportation changing in America in the next fifty years?
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