Gasoline Prices Fall

Gasoline Prices Fall
Gasoline Prices Fall
Gasoline Prices Fall USA TODAY

Good news. Gasoline prices in the United States are slowly falling after a Thanksgiving high, according to emerging data on the fuel’s price points.

In Gasoline prices begin to fall as demand tapers off by Zainab Calcuttawal of Oilprice.com that appeared on USATODAY's websie today, she reports:

Gasoline prices in the United States are slowly falling after a Thanksgiving high, according to emerging data on the fuel’s price points. But drivers should enjoy the current falling prices — because they won’t be here for long.

On Monday, the national gallon of gasoline averaged $2.465, down 3.5 cents from the previous Monday. Demand for gasoline dropped after Thanksgiving as families returned to their homes, ending a yearly road-trip season — kicking off the season of lowered demand for the fuel.

Does this affect your holiday plans?

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