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DIESEL PRICE PEAKS

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Diesel per Gallon Weekly Average

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DIESEL PRICE PEAKS

Diesel fuel costs increase to a level that risks being no longer profitable for freight transporters. Prices of consumer goods would rise, leading to dangerous inflation.
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Full Indicator Record

Indicator Historical Trend
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Today
2017-03-10
Grade Date Headline Source
SEVERE 02 Aug 2022 Diesel exports rise to five-year high in July [Bloomberg]
SEVERE 14 Jun 2022 High diesel prices, low supplies weighing on farmers [MSN]
SEVERE 05 Jun 2022 Diesel Prices Are on the Rise Again [FreightWaves]
SEVERE 18 May 2022 High Diesel Prices Are Making Inflation Worse and Raising the Risk of a Recession [FreightWaves]
SEVERE 08 Mar 2022 Diesel Price at 13 Year High of $4.849 Per Gallon [Argus Media]
SEVERE 08 Mar 2022 Price of diesel stands less than a dime below all-time high [MarketWatch]
LOW 15 Dec 2020 Upward Trend Continues for Diesel Prices [Land Line]
LOW 17 Oct 2018 National Diesel Average Heads up for Eighth Consecutive Week [Logisticsmgmt]
LOW 13 Apr 2017 Diesel nears 3-month high [Landlinemag]
LOW 10 Mar 2017 Diesel up 4 straight weeks [Logisticsmgmt]