Petrol, Diesel Price Today – Rates increased on Wednesday for 2nd straight day; get latest prices in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai
Petrol and Diesel prices were increased on Wednesday for the second straight day. On Tuesday, petrol and diesel prices were increased for the first time after remaining stable for 18 days in a row. Earlier, the government had slashed prices on 15 April 2021 and on 30 March 2020
Petrol and Diesel prices were increased on Wednesday for the second straight day. On Tuesday, petrol and diesel prices were increased for the first time after remaining stable for 18 days in a row. Earlier, the government had slashed prices on 15 April 2021 and on 30 March 2020.
If you are planning to fill your tank and want to know the current prices before stepping out of your homes, you can do it easily by doing this. You can check Petrol and Diesel price by sending SMS to 92249 92249. SMS "RSP <space>Dealer Code of Petrol Pump”. You can find the dealer code from IOCL website.
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DELHI – On Wednesday, Petrol price was at Rs 90.74 up from Rs 90.55 on Tuesday while Diesel Price was at Rs 81.12 up from Rs 80.91.
MUMBAI - Petrol price was at Rs 97.12 up from 96.95 on Tuesday while the Diesel Price was at Rs 88.19 up from Rs 87.98.
KOLKATA - Petrol price was at Rs 90.92 up from 90.76 on Tuesday while the Diesel Price was at Rs 83.98 up from Rs 83.78.
CHENNAI – Petrol price was at Rs 92.70 up from Rs 92. 55 while the Diesel Price was at Rs 86.09 up from Rs 85.90.
New Delhi – SMS Text - RSP 102072
Mumbai – SMS Text - RSP 108412
Faridabad – SMS Text – RSP 102287
Noida – SMS Text – RSP 155444
Kolkata – SMS Text – RSP 119941
Chennai – SMS Text – RSP 133593
Ghaziabad - SMS Text – RSP 154410
Gurgaon - SMS Text – RSP 102082
Petrol, Diesel Price –The current prices are USD 66.17 and 69.37 for WTI and Brent respectively, he said. Expert Anuj Gupta, Vice President (VP), Commodity and Currency Research at IIFL Securities said that the outlook remains strong for crude oil. The prises have increased by almost 2 per cent and WTI is trading at levels around USD 67 levels while Brent Crude Oil prices may test USD 70, a target previously given by the analyst.
Moreover, the weakness in Indian Rupee against the USD will also play out making the import bills go up. This may impact the prices of petrol and Diesel, he further said.
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