By Ayesha Rascoe WASHINGTON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The average U.S. retail price for gasoline continued to fall in the latest week, the federal Energy Information Administration said on Monday. The EIA said the national average price for regular, self-service gasoline dipped to $3.63 in the week ended Monday, Sept. 29, from $3.72 the previous week, as more oil refineries and fuel pipelines recovered in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. The average price of gasoline remained 84 cents higher ...
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