Expecting Lower Prices for the Rest of September

Wednesday, September 23, 2009, 1:00PM: With today’s DOE report showing continued growth in the supply of gasoline, due to poor demand, NYMEX prices are already dropping, so we can expect retail prices to continue to drop. No price hike this week, and we are heading for the $2.30’s. — Ed Aboufadel


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  1. Agreed. For those who voted “They will fall” you were right. It’s where gas usually starts to go at the end of the driving season.

  2. Woohoo! About dang time.

  3. It usually falls thru fall and early winter. The low usually around Christmas. Then look out right around Spring break they sometimes get the yearly high around then or July.

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