NEW YORK (Reuters) - The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States recorded its largest drop ever as consumer demand continued to wane and oil prices slid, a prominent industry analyst said on Sunday.
The national average price for self-serve, regular unleaded gas fell 35.03 cents to $3.3079 a gallon on October 10 from $3.6582 two weeks earlier, according to the nationwide Lundberg Survey. ...
Why isn't anyone talking about this? As prices rose, it was in the news everyday, but when prices drop over 30 cents a gallon in two weeks I don't hear anyone talking about it. Hmmm. I guess there is no room for good news.