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Diesel Gains 3.2¢ After Four Weeks of Decline
Monday, 27 July 2009 00:00

The average price of diesel fuel rose 3.2 cents to $2.528 a gallon after a four-week drop, the Department of Energy said Monday.

Still, the downturn left diesel’s per gallon cost $2.075 below the same week last year, when the price was $4.603, its second week of decline from the $4.764 all-time record.

Gasoline, meanwhile, rose 4 cents to $2.503 a gallon, also posting its first gain after a four-week drop, during which time it fell 22.8 cents.

Monday’s gas price was $1.452 below year-ago levels. Gasoline hit a record $4.114 on July 7, 2008.

Light & Medium Truck, 7/27/2009