Oil tumbles below $44, gas hits new low
The Associated Press
Oil tumbled below $44 a barrel Dec. 4 and the average gallon of gasoline is now less than $1.80 nationally, both four-year lows, as the number of people continuing to receive government aid reached a 26-year high, factory orders hit an eight-year low and major corporations slashed jobs.
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