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 Price of petrol and diesel on November 21

21 Nov 2022 , 10:52 AM

According to the most recent price notification sent out by fuel retailers, gasoline and diesel prices were stable on November 21 in major cities.
Petrol and diesel in Delhi are priced at Rs 96.72 and Rs 89.62 per liter, respectively. Diesel costs Rs 94.27/liter, and gasoline costs Rs 106.31/liter in Mumbai. In Chennai, the cost of petrol and diesel is Rs 102.63/liter and Rs 94.24/liter, while in Kolkata, they are Rs 106.03/liter and Rs 92.76/liter.
On November 21, however, supply worries subsided, although worries about China’s fuel demand and rising interest rates weighed on oil prices, which remained close to two-month lows. After finishing at their lowest level since September 27, Brent crude futures for January had decreased 28 cents, or 0.3 percent, to $87.34 a barrel at 01:03 GMT.
On November 18, both benchmarks, Brent down 9% and WTI down 10%, closed at their lowest levels since September 27 as losses continued into the following week.

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