Petrol, Diesel Prices Today in your city– Monday relief; Know how to EARN MONEY from rising oil prices
Petrol and diesel prices were kept unchanged for the second straight day on Monday, though the prices are still touching record highs. The last price increase came on Saturday when petrol prices were increased by 24 paise while the diesel prices were increased by 15 paise
Petrol and diesel prices were kept unchanged for the second straight day on Monday, though the prices are still touching record highs. The last price increase came on Saturday when petrol prices were increased by 24 paise while the diesel prices were increased by 15 paise.
Want to know the diesel and petrol prices and if they have increased and by how much? Read here to know more. Are you worried about the fluctuations in the fuel prices and want to buy it when the prices are down? You can do it whenever you are planning to step out to refill your tank. Get prices of petrol and diesel on a day-to-day basis.
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DELHI – On Monday, Petrol price was at 91.17 while the Diesel Price was at Rs 81.47.
MUMBAI - Petrol price was at 97.57 while the Diesel Price was at Rs 88.60.
KOLKATA - Petrol price was at 91.35 while the Diesel Price was at Rs 84.35.
CHENNAI - Petrol price was at 93.11 on Sunday while the Diesel Price was up Rs 86.45.
Petrol, Diesel Price – There is unlikely to be any respite to the common man as crude oil prices are only rising by the day. Anuj Gupta, Senior Technical Analyst at Angel Broking and Commodity and Forex market expert said that the upwards trend will only continue in the near to medium term and the spike may create inflationary pressure on prices of various goods.
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Gupta said that Brent Crude is trading at USD 65.30 and WTI Crude is 62.40. While the former is expected to reach a target price of USD 68, the latter could USD 65 over a 1-week period.
After being severely hit during the lockdown because of the Coronavirus pandemic, the crude oil prices are now seeing significant recovery and the trend looks positive in the near to medium term, Gupta said.
At 10:36 am, the MCX March Crude oil futures were trading at Rs 4600 per BBL, down by Rs 4 from the previous close on Friday. He recommended a Buy on Crude Oil futures at Rs 4570. He puts the stop loss at Rs 4520 while the target price at Rs 4730.
The increase in price of crude oil will further increase the fuel bill of the consumers.
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