LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The average self-service gallon of regular gasoline in Los Angeles County on Sunday fell for the 11th straight day since rising to a record, down 2.8 cents to $6,127.
The average price has fallen 36.7 cents over the past 11 days, including 5.2 cents on Saturday, according to figures from the AAA and the Oil Price Information Service.
The median price is 28.3 cents down from a week ago, but up 70.3 cents from a month ago and $1,647 up from a year ago — primarily due to a 33-day streak of gains totaling $1,248 that ended on Jan October 6 ended.
Orange County’s median price also fell for the 11th straight day since rising to a record, falling 2.8 cents to $6.006.
Orange County’s median price is down 39.1 cents over the past 11 days, including 5.9 cents on Saturday, after a series of 15 increases in 16 days to a total of $1,063 ending Oct. 6. It’s 32.2 cents down from a week ago, but 62.2 cents over a month ago and $1,554 up from a year ago.
The national median price fell by a total of 24.9 cents for the fifth straight day after a string of 20 increases in 21 days, down 4/10ths of a cent to $3.888. It’s down 3.5 cents over the past five days, including 1.1 cents on Saturday.
The national median price is 2.2 cents lower than last week, but 19.6 cents over the month and 57.4 cents higher than a year ago. That’s $1,128 down from the record $5,016 set on June 14.
The streak of increases followed a 98-day streak of declines totaling $1,342 that began the day after the record was set.
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