Gas Prices Continue to Fall

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Gas prices continue to go down.

The American Automobile Association reports that the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline has fallen below $3.00 a gallon.

That's the cheapest gas prices have been since last February.

Analysts say that's because the demand is down due to the poor economic conditions.

And with opec oil producers meeting next week in vienna the oil supply could be reduced further.

An OPEC spokesman says they are wanting to reduce oil production by as much as two millions barrels per day.

They're hoping this will decrease the oil surplus to send prices back up again.

Sources: CBN News, ABC News

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