Jillian Clark refuels her car in Ventura, Calif., earlier this month. The steepening drop in gasoline prices in recent weeks, spurred by soaring domestic energy production and Saudi discounts for crude oil at a time of faltering global demand, is set to provide the U.S. economy with a multibillion-dollar boost.
Jillian Clark refuels her car in Ventura, Calif., earlier this month. The steepening drop in gasoline prices in recent weeks, spurred by soaring domestic energy production and Saudi discounts for crude oil at a time of faltering global demand, is set to provide the U.S. economy with a multibillion-dollar boost. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT
Jillian Clark refuels her car in Ventura, Calif., earlier this month. The steepening drop in gasoline prices in recent weeks, spurred by soaring domestic energy production and Saudi discounts for crude oil at a time of faltering global demand, is set to provide the U.S. economy with a multibillion-dollar boost. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT

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