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Gas Prices: How Low Can They Go?

Gas prices have dropped off 2 cents a gallon on average in the past two weeks and prices are expected to fall further before the end of the year.

The Financial Landscape: Gas Is Falling; Euro is Failing

Even before the International Energy Agency and the White House announced they were releasing billions of gallons or oil from fuel reserves, gas prices were falling. In the past two weeks, a gallon is down more than 11 cents. Also falling -- hopes for the euro, and the outlook for U.S. Treasury bonds.

Gas Prices Jump by a Nickel as Oil Rises

The average price of gasoline rose by just over a nickel in the last two weeks, as rising crude prices hit consumers. The average price of self-serve regular gasoline was $2.82 a gallon on Friday, according to the latest Lundberg Survey. That%u2019s 5.23 cents higher than two weeks earlier.

Gas Prices Rise 8 Cents, Fueled by Crude Oil Jump

The average price of regular gasoline jumped 8.23 cents in the last two weeks. The latest Lundberg Survey said that the price of a gallon of regular gasoline is now $2.77, The Associated Press reported.

Winter Prediction: Extra Cold, But with Low Oil Prices

The mid-Atlantic region, hard hit last winter, will catch a break from the weather next time, says the Farmer's Almanac, but much of the rest of the U.S. will be colder than normal, New England in particular. For those who heat their homes with oil, however, lower prices should ease the season.

U.S. Drivers Get a Big Break at the Gas Pump

Gasoline prices fell by just over 7 cents a gallon in the U.S. in the past two weeks, and are likely to stay steady. The Lundberg Survey, carried out on Aug. 27, found the average price of regular self-serve gasoline at $2.70 per gallon - a decrease of 7.54 cents from two weeks earlier, according to CNN.