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Gasoline price decline has continued for 16 straight weeks

Gasoline prices have fallen 13 consecutive weeks or more only six times since 1990
Gasoline price decline has continued for 16 straight weeks

Since the U.S. Energy Information Administration's data collection of U.S. weekly gasoline prices began in late 1990, there have only been six periods that the retail price of regular gasoline fell for 13 consecutive weeks or more. The current price decline has continued for 16 straight weeks and is the longest streak since the record 24-week price decline from June through November in 1995. EIA releases its weekly gasoline price on Mondays.

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