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Price at Pump Dips Slightly Over Weekend

November 19, 2007

NEW YORK --- The price of regular gasoline dropped 1.4 cents over the weekend to a national average of $3.095 a gallon, according to AAA and the Oil Price Information Service. Last Thursday, retail gasoline prices peaked at $3.112 a gallon. Meanwhile, AP reported that crude futures rose today in a late-session rally, spurred by concerns over whether OPEC will boost output as well as concerns that Iran and Venezuela may push to have oil priced in a currency other than the dollar.
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