Oil & Gasoline Price Update

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For the second day in a row gasoline prices are falling, as crude oil prices dropped more than four dollars a barrel yesterday.
Oil closed at 134 dollars and 60 cents U.S. and, in the previous two days the price has fallen by more than 10 dollars.
Gasoline prices are expected to be down by about two and half cents a liter today, resulting in a two day drop of seven cents in some parts of the country.
However, it’s still business as usual in Fort St. John, where the common posted price at mid-morning was still at a record high of a dollar 45 point four cents.

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