NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The price of an average gallon of regular gasoline declined for the third straight day Thursday, putting a crimp — at least temporarily — in one of the fastest and steepest runups in recent memory.
The average price fell 0.8 cent a gallon to $3.891 in the latest daily survey conducted for the motorist group AAA, after dipping to $3.899 on Wednesday. The price has fallen about 2 cents in the past week.
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