(ReclaimingAmerica.net) – In a much-needed turnaround, the price of gas at pumps across the United States is falling dramatically, and the national average could be below $3 per gallon by Christmas.
According to a new report by CNBC headlined “Gasoline is cheaper now than a year ago — and could fall below $3“:
“Gasoline prices are now cheaper across the U.S. than they were a year ago, and the price per gallon could fall below $3 for most Americans by the end of the year.
“According to AAA, the national average for a gallon of unleaded gasoline was $3.329 on Thursday, below the $3.343 a year ago, before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Unleaded gasoline was at a record $5.01 per gallon June 14 and stayed high through the summer and fall.
“Gas prices fell 15 cents per gallon in the past week and are down from $3.80 a gallon a month ago.” [emphasis added]
Still, the price of diesel remains a concern.
“Diesel inventories have also been growing and that could help drive down prices. The average price for diesel was $5.00 per gallon, down from $5.81 in June. Diesel is in short supply globally because Russia was a large oil and fuel exporter to Europe. As a result, diesel’s price decline has been much shallower, and its price is far from the average $3.61 a gallon it was a year ago.” [emphasis added]
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— CNBC (@CNBC) December 8, 2022