Diesel average falls for the fourth straight week, reports EIA

Falling 2.8 cents, the national diesel average is now $3.216. This follows declines of 2.2 cents, 1.9 cents, and 0.3 cents, respectively, over the previous three weeks.

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The average price per gallon of diesel gasoline fell for the fourth consecutive week, according to data issued by the.

Falling 2.8 cents, the national diesel average is now $3.216. This follows declines of 2.2 cents, 1.9 cents, and 0.3 cents, respectively, over the previous three weeks.

Over the course of the last four weeks, the average has dropped a cumulative 7.2 cents.

Prior to this four-week stretch of declines, the average price per gallon rose a cumulative 27.8 cents. Despite these declines, the diesel average has remained above the $3 per gallon mark since the week of March 26, when it was at $3.01 per gallon.

Even with this decline, the national diesel average is up 75.1 cents compared to the same week last year.

crude oil is currently trading at $68.08 on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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