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Gasoline Prices Continue to Fall

November 6th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

Looks like the job of filling up will keep going down. WBAL reports the price of gasoline in the Baltimore area has just hit the lowest average price of the year, at $3.19 a gallon for regular according to marylandgasprices.com. The low in Cumberland stands at $3.34. Analysts expect the trend to continue through the rest of the year into early 2014. It's possible to find prices even lower, many below $3.10 a gallon for regular. Greg Laskowski, industry analyst with the website, said that the switch to lower-cost winter blends, plus a drop in crude oil prices below $100 a barrel recently and a good supply of gasoline, all spell lower prices at the pump.  We could see prices flirt with the $3.00 mark by Christmas…





  

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