Government: Global drop in gasoline prices during second week of October

Economy

Published: 2020-10-19 13:35

Last Updated: 2020-10-19 15:02


Government: Global drop in gasoline prices during second week of October
Government: Global drop in gasoline prices during second week of October

Gasoline prices have decreased globally during the second week of October compared to their average prices in the week before.

90-octane gasoline reached $ 383.3 per ton in the second week of October compared to $ 392.4 in the previous week, decreasing by 2.3%.

95-octane gasoline decreased from $ 408.1 per ton in week one of October to $ 395.4 per ton, decreasing by 3.1%.

On the other hand, diesel prices rose from $ 336.9 per ton to $ 338, increasing by 0.3% and kerosine prices increased from $ 330.7 per ton to US, rising by 0.7%.

Fuel oil prices recorded an increase in the second week of October as well, rising from $ 241.6 per ton to $ 256.1, with an increase of 6%.

Liquefied petroleum gas(LPG) prices in October remained at $ 378.8 per ton, although its price amounted to $ 317.6 in September.

The price of Brent crude increased to $ 41.1 per barrel, compared to USD 40.9 in the first week of October.