Gas Dips Below $2.50 For First Time In 2 Months
The average retail price for gasoline dipped below $2.50 a gallon for the first time in two months Monday as swelling oil supplies and slumping demand overshadowed even a fire at a major U.S. refinery.
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#1 Sep 29, 2009
Its a fact. People are driving less. Oil companies
have done this to themselves. People are buying smaller and more fuel efficient vehicles.
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