Gasoline prices continue slow decline
Gasoline prices continued their slow decline this week, hitting an average of $3.75 a gallon in the Pittsburgh region on Sunday, according to GasBuddy.com.
The average price has fallen 2.3 cents over the last week and 8.9 cents over the last month.
Across the country, the average price on Sunday was $3.64, down 2.5 cents from last week and 9.5 cents lower than a month ago.
“Average gasoline prices have continued to quietly move lower in the last week across much of the United States at a time of year when we historically are accustomed to seeing prices move higher,” GasBuddy.com Senior Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan said.
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