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WTI crude oil prices fall below $90 a barrel

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Oil prices are continuing their decline, with WTI oil falling below $90 a barrel for the first time since February.

Video Transcript

BRIAN CHEUNG: All right, well, we talked about this at the top of the show, but I want to, again, highlight oil prices, falling today below $90 a barrel. You can see crude oil, $88.50. Brent crude oil, $94 a barrel. Both falling yesterday to their lowest levels since Russia invaded Ukraine.

And all of that leading to more relief at the pump as prices have now fallen for 51 consecutive days. Today, the national average for a gallon of regular gas, $4.14. 19 states now have average prices below $4.00 a gallon. A little bit of much needed relief on that front.