via: NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The price of an average gallon of regular gasoline declined for the third straight day Thursday, putting a crimp — at least temporarily — in one of the fastest and steepest runups in recent memory. The average price fell 0.8 cent a gallon to $3.891 in the latest daily […]

via MSNBC.Com After seasons of steady increases, gas prices may slowly be on the fall this summer. The Energy Information Administration is expecting oil prices to make its final peak at $4.01 in May, before they begin to ease down during the middle months of this year. Read More

Via New92FM.Com According to reports, retail gasoline prices have jumped another 7 cents in Texas; the increase is one for the ninth straight week. According to the weekly AAA Texas price survey released Thursday, the statewide average for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is $3.52; in comparison with the national average, the state of […]

According to a story posted at economists say that although many retailers try to squeeze a little extra dough out of us as the price of oil goes down, we may also be to blame because we generally stop comparision shopping.

Am I the only that feels that the gas prices have been manipulated? Well it seems that I am not.

Why have gas prices gone up?

According to reports, retail gasoline prices continue to drop across Texas going into the Memorial Day weekend and the start of the summer vacation season.