Oil drops below $92 on gloomy economic outlook
UNDATED - The price of oil is lower on more doubts about global economic strength.
Optimism about recent stimulus measures by central banks in Europe, Japan and the U.S. has given way to pessimism about the global economy's prospects. When economic growth slows, so does demand for fuel.
The news for drivers in the U.S. is somewhat positive. AAA says the average price for gasoline slipped about 2.5 cents over the weekend to $3.808 per gallon.