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Monday, August 20, 2018

Gas prices drop slightly
AAA says the average American is paying 50 cents more per gallon than they did this time last year. However, gas prices are declining across most of the United States. The national average on Sunday was $2.84 per gallon - a drop of 2 cents from the week before. "Prices declined last week after crude inventories grew and gasoline supplies remained stable, despite strong demand," says Mark Jenkins, spokesman for AAA . "Although demand was higher than the week before, it remains below most of July. Summer driving season is winding down, yet many Americans will take one final road trip during Labor Day weekend. The sudden jump in gasoline demand, could cause one final bump in prices at the pump," he says. The average price per gallon of unleaded in Tennessee today is$2.61.


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  • Cocke CLB
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