Petrol prices remain stable at all major cities on Wednesday, March 11

Petrol prices remain stable at all major cities on Wednesday, March 11
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Petrol and diesel prices in India, which are steadily falling since the beginning of the year 2020 is set to decline further in coming days. In the wake of COVID-19 spread the oil prices have drastically fell.

Petrol and diesel prices in India, which are steadily falling since the beginning of the year 2020 is set to decline further in coming days. In the wake of COVID-19 spread the oil prices have drastically fell.

Coming to domestic markets, petrol and diesel rates per litre remained stable on March 11. The petrol price per litre in Hyderabad is tagged at Rs. 74.72 and diesel price recorded at Rs. 68.60 without changes.

In Delhi markets, petrol and diesel were priced at Rs 70.29 and Rs 63.01 a litre, respectively, on Wednesday without any change. While in Mumbai petrol and diesel prices were at Rs 75.99 and Rs 65.97 per litre

The petrol and diesel prices mentioned above are due at 8 in the morning and petroleum companies revise the petrol and diesel prices on the basis of crude oil prices in the international market. Against this backdrop, prices are subjected to change regularly.

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