By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, March 27 (Reuters) - U.S. retail gasoline prices fell about half a penny on average over the last week, the government said on Monday, not enough for most drivers to notice but evidence that pump costs may have hit their promised short-term peak. The national price for regular unleaded gasoline dropped 0.6 cent to $2.50 a gallon, up 35 cents from a year ago, based on the federal Energy Information Administration's weekly survey of service stations. While ...
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