- Petroleum companies have not made any change in fuel prices
- The second wave of the corona affects global commodity markets
- Fuel prices are stable for the 13th consecutive day in the country.
The second wave of corona has begun to have an impact on global commodity markets. In India too, the daily number of patients has crossed one and a half lakh and the crisis of lockdown has deepened. In anticipation of this situation, the petroleum companies have not made any change in Petrol and Diesel Price. Today is Monday Petrol and diesel rates Are stable.
Petrol and Diesel Price are stable for the 13th day in a row. The petrol price in Mumbai is Rs 96.98 on Monday. Diesel prices 87.96. Today, a liter of petrol costs Rs 90.56 in Delhi. Diesel is priced at Rs 80.87. In Chennai, petrol is priced at Rs 92.58 today. Diesel is priced at Rs 85.88.
In Kolkata, petrol is priced at Rs 90.77 today. Diesel is priced at Rs 83.75. In Bangalore, petrol is priced at Rs 93.59 and diesel at Rs 85.75. Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh has the highest ever diesel price of Rs 89.13. So Petrol rate 98.58. Petroleum companies had cut petrol and diesel prices on Tuesday after keeping fuel prices stable for four consecutive days last week.
Brent crude rose ३ 0.35 to. 63.30 on Monday. In the US Texas Intermediate, WTI crude rose डॉलर 0.27 to ९ 59.59 a barrel. OPEC has decided to cut crude oil production for the next two months. The second wave of the corona is expected to force the whole world back into a tight lockout.