50 days in a row in the United States in the price of gasoline.

A big relief to gasoline consumers as gasoline prices continue to decline in the United States,
 
Today, after 50 consecutive days, prices continue to decline, as the national average fell three cents to 4.16 per gallon.
 
In June, gasoline prices hit a record high of $5.02, down 86 cents.
 
According to AAA, Ohio, Iowa and Wisconsin are just a few of the 19 states that have average prices below $4.
 
Multiple factors have been the cause of the constant decline in gasoline prices, one of them is the fear of recession which causes the drop in oil prices, just as many American drivers reduced their driving when prices reached 5 dollars per gallon.
 
Tom Kloza, global head of energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service commented: "When people pay and see $100 on the bill, they panic and become apoplectic."

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