Diesel Inches Up 0.4¢ to $2.792 a Gallon

The U.S. average retail price of diesel crept up 0.4 cent to $2.792 a gallon, and oil dropped closer to $50 a barrel. Diesel now costs 40.3 cents more than it did a year ago, when it was $2.389 a gallon, the Department of Energy said Oct. 2. Prices for trucking’s main fuel climbed in all regions except the Gulf Coast, where the price dipped 0.9 cent a gallon.

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