Diesel prices fall again

Average diesel prices in the U.S. have fallen to $4.65 per gallon for the week of June 23, a four cent decrease

Average diesel prices in the U.S. have fallen to $4.65 per gallon for the week of June 23, a four cent decrease from the previous week and down seven cents from its peak of $4.72 recorded on May 26th, according to data provided by the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

The $4.65 average is 64% higher than a year ago this week, when prices averaged $2.84, and is $0.51 higher than it was two months ago.

The most expensive regions are in New England and the Central Atlantic, where diesel averaged $4.83. The least expensive region is the Midwest, where the average is $4.57 per gallon.

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