US gasoline demand up last week as prices fall - MasterCard
NEW YORK Jan 24 (Reuters) - U.S. retail gasoline demand rose 2.7 percent last week, compared with the week before, as the price for a gallon fell, MasterCard said in its weekly SpendingPulse report on Thursday.
A gallon of gasoline sold for $3.31 on average last week, a cent cheaper than in the week to Jan. 11 and 2.4 percent lower than a year earlier, MasterCard said.
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