We need to acknowledge a welcomed decline in prices which comes at a high cost . . . A drop in demand will boost supply but also signals that frustrated customers have opted out . . . Think one step ahead and realize the economic impact of people conserving their fuel supply and giving into a "scarcity" mentality which has RUINED other financial markets around the world.
Here's a bit of data . . .
That total is still 59 cents higher than a month ago and $1.86 higher than a year ago, according to GasBuddy, an organization that compiles and analyzes data from gas stations across the country.
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KANSAS CITY METRO (KCTV) - At least temporarily reversing the trend, Kansas City area gas prices fell 3.4 cents last week, bringing the average cost of a gallon of gas in the metro to $4.57.