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Gasoline Increases to $2.88 per Gallon

The national average price of a gallon of unleaded gasoline increased 1 cent to $2.88 for the week ending July 16 and has climbed 3 cents since the Fourth of July holiday, according to AAA.

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Gasoline Inches Higher to $2.87 per Gallon

The national price of regular unleaded crept higher to $2.87 per gallon, a one-cent increase that may lead to even higher prices in the weeks to come as summer gasoline demand remains strong, according to AAA.

Falling Gasoline Prices Reach $2.85 Per Gallon

The national average gasoline price fell five cents to $2.85 per gallon for the week. Gas prices have been consistently declining since Memorial Day and have fallen 12 cents in the past month. For the week, 49 states saw a decline in their average price, according to AAA's June 25 update.

Diesel, Gasoline Prices Expected to Jump Less This Year

The outlook for national average on-highway diesel prices is for them to be higher this year and in 2019 than they were last year and in 2016, but they should at least be fairly stable during this time, according to the latest Short Term Energy Outlook from the U.S. Energy Department.

Gasoline Prices Flat at $2.49

The national gas price of unleaded gas remained flat at $2.49 from last week, maintaining what were the highest gas prices to start the year since 2014, according to AAA.

Gasoline Prices Jump to $2.49 Per Gallon

The national average price of unleaded gasoline jumped 5 cents to $2.49 per gallon in the first week of 2018 and has reached a level not seen since 2014 during the week that starts the new year, according to AAA.

Gasoline Prices Remain at $2.29 Per Gallon

The average national price of gasoline remained at $2.29 per gallon for the week ending March 27 amid discussion by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to extend a production cut by another six months.

Flat Fuel Prices Forecast to Extend Through 2016

Lower prices for gasoline and diesel have been a welcome relief for fleets, in some cases, reducing operating costs by 25-30 percent. While the past three years have been heaven-sent for the fleet industry overall, it has had a dramatic impact on fleets operated by energy companies, which are scrambling to cut costs to offset the decline in oil prices. The unfortunate fact of life is that one person’s fortune is sometimes another’s misfortune.