Average retail pump prices in the U.S. for both diesel and gasoline registered declines this week, according to data tracked by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), despite the busy highway travel over the July 4th holiday. Diesel dropped 7/10ths of a penny to a national average of $3.913 per gallon this week, EIA reported, with prices declining in every region of the country. However, the agency noted that’s 8.5 cents higher per gallon compared to the same week in 2013. Diesel ...

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