Los Angeles County Average Gas Price Rises for 15th Consecutive Day


LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The average price of a gallon of regular self-service gasoline in Los Angeles County rose for the 15th straight day on Saturday, rising four-tenths of a cent to $5,428.

The average price is up 18.2 cents in the past 15 days, including one-tenth of a cent on Friday, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service.

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It’s 6 cents up from a week ago, 6.3 cents up from a month ago and $1,027 up from a year ago.

The average price is $1,034 below the record $6,462 on June 14.

Orange County’s average price rose half a cent to $5,389. It had risen for 13 straight days before remaining flat on Thursday and falling three-tenths of a cent on Friday. It’s 5.7 cents more than a week ago, 14.6 cents higher than a month ago and $1,031 more than a year ago.

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Orange County’s average price has fallen $1,021 since rising to a record $6.41 on June 12.

The national average price fell for the 95th consecutive day since a record high, falling 1 cent to $3,682. It is down $1,334 since it rose to a record $5,016 on June 14.

The national average price is 4.2 cents less than a week ago and 26.1 cents lower than a month ago, but 48.8 cents more than a year ago.

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