Petrol price in the metros have risen again after a gap of two days. In India’s financial capital, Mumbai, petrol sold at Rs. 80 per litre on Friday.
In Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, petrol prices have increased to Rs 74.35, Rs 77.04, Rs 80.01 and Rs 77.29 per litre respectively. While there was an increase in petrol price by 15-16 paise per litre, diesel prices remained unchanged.
According to the Indian Oil website, the price of diesel in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai remained unchanged at Rs 65.84, Rs 68.25, Rs 69.06 and Rs 69.59 per litre respectively.
It may be mentioned here that oil companies on Friday have increased petrol prices by 15 paise per litre in Chennai, 16 paise per litre in Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. Crude oil started to trade moderately in the international market. The benchmark crude oil Brent crude was priced at above $ 63 a barrel.
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