new Delhi. The price of crude oil in overseas markets is still below $ 50 an onion despite a slight decline. On the other hand, the price of petrol and diesel in India is seeing stability for the eighth consecutive day. There has been no change in all the four metros of the country since December 7. According to experts, the prices of petrol and diesel are already running at the highest level of two years. As long as there is no drastic change in the price of crude oil, the prices of petrol and diesel are likely to remain stable.
Diesel price unchanged
According to the information received from IOCL, the price of petrol and diesel has not seen any change for the 8th consecutive day in the four metros of the country. Today people have to pay the price on December 7. On December 7, the price of diesel was increased from 24 to 28 paise per liter in all the four metros of the country. After this, diesel prices in the country’s capital Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai were 73.87 26, 77.44 26, 80.51 28 and 79.21 24 per liter respectively.
Price stability of petrol
According to information received from IOCL, the price of petrol has been stable for the 8th consecutive day in all the four metros of the country. Today, the prices will be paid on December 7 in all four metros. On December 7, the nation’s capital Delhi saw an increase of 30 paise per liter. While Kolkata and Mumbai saw an increase of 29 paise per liter. At the same time, the price was increased to 26 paise per liter in Chennai. After which the prices in the four metros were Rs 83.71, Rs 85.19, Rs 90.34 and Rs 86.51 respectively.
How much did increase before stability
Since November, petrol and diesel prices have seen a huge increase. If we talk about petrol, then in all the four metros of the country, there has been an increase of more than Rs 2.60 per liter. The capital of the country saw an increase of Rs 2.65, Kolkata Rs 2.59, Mumbai Rs 2.60 and Chennai Rs 2.18 per liter. At the same time, diesel has become expensive by Rs 3.42 per liter in Delhi, the capital of the country. While Kolkata became expensive by Rs 3.46, Mumbai by Rs 3.65 and Chennai by Rs 3.25.