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Gasoline Has Longest Streak of Daily Losses on Record at Pumps

Regular gasoline at the pump has dropped for 88 days in a row, the longest stretch of losses on record.

Retail gasoline has fallen every day since Sept. 25 for a total of 95 cents, data from the Heathrow, Florida-based AAA, the nation’s biggest motoring group, showed. The data series begins Jan. 1, 2000. The prior record stretch was 86 days during the great recession when prices tumbled $2.20 a gallon, AAA said by e-mail.