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Gas prices could keep falling, AAA says

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 6 (UPI) -- The national average retail price for a gallon of gasoline is falling quickly, a trend expected to continue for the remainder of the year, motor club AAA said.

AAA reports a national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline at $2.62 for Thursday, about 5 cents less than one week ago and more than 10 cents less than this date in July.

The motor club said in a mid-week gauge of the retail gasoline market the price at the pump has dropped at its fastest rate since January because of continued weakness in the crude oil market and improved refinery operations.

As of Thursday, the national average price for gas has dropped 17 straight days.


i wouldnt mind regular unleaded for 2 bucks a gallon

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 CGK    2,165

That's nice, but when are they going to drop power prices too?  My power bill in the summer is insane due to running the A/C all the time. Here is my answer. I guess I should sit in my car all day running the AC because it certainly would be cheaper than cooling the house. LOL


Oil prices are plunging. 3 charts explain why it won’t impact power companies or the value of energy efficiency.



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