Gas prices are mixed around the country this week after the busy Thanksgiving holiday. The national gasoline average is up down about two cents from this time last week and 124 cents down from a year ago. Premium gas is $3.64, down about one cent over last week. Diesel fuel is about 14 cents lower than this time last year.
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|National regular gasoline prices||Price||Change from last week|
|Regular gasoline/gallon||$3.27||↓ .02|
|Diesel fuel/gallon||$3.88||↑ .04|
|Regional regular gasoline prices||Price||Change from last week|
|—New England||$3.48||↑ .02|
|—Central Atlantic||$3.44||↑ .02|
|—Lower Atlantic||$3.33||↓ .01|
|Gulf Coast||$3.12||↓ .02|
|Rocky Mountain||$3.11||↓ .03
|West Coast||$3.48||↑ .02|
Source: Energy Information Administration, 12/2/13. Figures rounded to the nearest cent.
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