Diesel Increases by a Penny; Gas Climbs Back Above $2
The nationwide average price of a gallon of diesel increased by one cent to $2.396, according to the weekly report from the government’s Energy Information Administration on June 8.
Still, the trucking industry’s main fuel is 70.9 cents a gallon less expensive than the same week last year. Gasoline, meanwhile, marched back above $2 with a weekly increase of 6.2 cents to reach $2.036, still 69.6 cents cheaper than a year ago. Gasoline had been below $2 since April 6.
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