Diesel prices fell 3.6 cents to $3.991 a gallon, while gasoline continued to drop as well, the Department of Energy reported to NASSTRAC Monday. Gasoline fell 4.5 cents to $3.349 a gallon, its 10th decline in the past 12 weeks. Since mid-September, it has dropped significantly, by 52.9 cents. The diesel decline remains the price per gallon under $4 for the third time in the past 17 weeks, even though it has dropped in seven of the past eight weeks. Each week, the DOE surveys about 350 diesel filling stations nationwide to compile a national snapshot average price.
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