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Pump prices not so spooky

But, state nears 1,000 days with $3-plus gas

It should be more treat than trick at the gas pump as we approach Halloween, petroleum analysts believe.
“While past performance is never an absolute indicator of future price positions,  a review of recent history gives us good reason to expect prices to fall between now and Halloween, by between 20-to-25 cents per gallon,” says Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst, GasBuddy.
“When we looked at prices from 9/19 through Oct. 31  – for a five-year period – it became clear that the numbers were skewed because of the extraordinary plunge gas prices took in 2008 when they moved from the record ...

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