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.
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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.
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