The value for petrol breached the Rs 90 per litre mark in Mumbai for the primary time since 2018 on Sunday, December 6, 2020. As of Monday morning, the worth for petrol in the monetary capital stood at Rs 90.34 per litre – Rs 1 per litre in need of the earlier excessive recorded in 2018. The value of diesel stood at Rs 80.47 per litre.
· Price of petrol crosses Rs 90 per litre for first time since 2018
· Petrol prices more likely to contact a brand new all-time excessive throughout the nation
The close to day by day hike in gasoline prices has seen the worth of petrol edge near the all-time excessive mark recorded again on October 4, 2018. On that day value for petrol in Mumbai was recorded at Rs 91.34 per litre whereas prices in Delhi stood at Rs 84 per litre.
As of Monday, November 7, the worth of petrol and diesel in the Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Bengaluru stood as follows:
|Petrol value (per litre)||Diesel value (per litre)|
|Delhi||Rs 83.71||Rs 73.87|
|Chennai||Rs 86.51||Rs 79.21|
|Kolkata||Rs 85.19||Rs 77.44|
|Bengaluru||Rs 86.51||Rs 78.31|
It have to be famous that whereas the worth for petrol rose above the Rs 90 per litre mark in Mumbai on Sunday, prices for the gasoline had already crossed the mentioned mark in some cities reminiscent of Bhopal (Rs 91.50 per litre), Aurangabad (Rs 91.57 per litre) and Indore (Rs 91.58 per litre) in the previous week.
In latest weeks gasoline prices have seen an upward revision as many as 15 instances since November 20. Prices for petrol and diesel had beforehand remained regular since September 22 and October 2 respectively.
The hike in prices of petrol and diesel has come on the again of the strengthening of prices of crude oil in latest weeks – prices rose by round $10 a barrel in the final one month. However, because it stands the worth of crude oil continues to be some methods off from what it was again in 2018.
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