US Drivers will Experience Low Gasoline Prices for Independence Day Travel

Americans who will be taking road trips for the upcoming Independence Day will feel a break at the pump with continuous declines in gasoline prices all over the country. The average gasoline price for regular gas throughout the United States has fallen by 28 cents over the past month to $3.35 per gallon, said the AAA. The drop is even larger in California, which saw a 50-cent decline in the...
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Consumer Confidence Index Drops Despite Decreasing Gasoline Prices

A private research group shows that consumer confidence dropped in the month of June for the fourth consecutive month, as concerns about employment and the entire economy offset the reduction in gasoline prices and the slight betterment of the housing industry. The decrease was moderate. Recently, the Conference Board said that there was a drop in the May to June consumer confidence index, from...
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Falling Gasoline Prices Slowed Inflation Rate

Consumers experienced some relief in gasoline prices last May as declining prices weakened the total inflation for the month. The Consumer Price Index (CPI), the government’s primary measure of inflation, showed a drop in consumer prices by 0.3% last month. That is the deepest drop in a month since December of 2008. Falling current gas prices contributed greatly to this outcome, with a...
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Lower Gasoline Prices Not Enough to Boost Memorial Day Weekend Travel

Lower gasoline prices will not be enough for Americans to take a road trip this summer. They are still very concerned about the economy and their jobs. Tourism experts as well as economists are anticipating only a slight rise in the number of summer travelers this year compared to previous years. Gasoline prices have dropped, but they are still high enough for Americans to stay off the road....
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Analysts Expect California Gasoline Prices to Stabilize Soon

Gasoline prices are expected to stabilize within the coming weeks as several refineries slowly go back to their full operations according to market analysts. Ventura County’s benchmark gasoline blend, regular unleaded, was priced at $4.38 per gallon. That is a little higher compared to its most recent cost of $4.37 per gallon. However, it is lower by 17 cents compared to last week, said...
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