Help for Motorists Is Coming as Crude-oil Prices Drop Sharply

Motorists have seen gas prices rise to nearly $3 a gallon on average, reflecting rising crude-oil prices. This is costing the average American household an additional $440 a year. But Tuesday’s sharp drop of two dollars per barrel for crude (as measured in the futures market) will, within weeks, push gas prices back down, perhaps to as low as $2.50 a gallon by the end of July.

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