Diesel prices dropped more this week than any time during the last four years, according to the Energy Information Administration.
Following a 5.6-cent per gallon drop in diesel last week, the national average retail diesel price has dropped 3.4 cents to $4.116 a gallon this week.
Take two of the Obama-Romney 2012 debate season offered no substance on the role of government in fuel prices, despite current efforts to rein in speculation: ultimately, there's a reason for that.
After declining for two consecutive weeks, the U.S. average diesel price rose 1.5 cent to $4.094 a gallon during the week ended Monday, Oct. 8.
The U.S. average diesel price declined for the second consecutive week, dropping 0.7 cent to $4.079 a gallon.
After 11 consecutive weeks of climbing prices, the national average retail diesel price fell 4.9 cents to $4.086.
The national average retail diesel price climbed for the 11th consecutive week, climbing 0.3 cent to $4.135 a gallon.
The national average retail diesel price climbed for the 10th consecutive week, climbing 0.5 cent to $4.132 a gallon.
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