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Business / Economics

S.A’s Central Energy Fund’s mid-month data predicts petrol prices to increase for the fourth consecutive month in May

todayApril 16, 2024 7

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S.A’s Central Energy Fund’s mid-month data predicts petrol prices to increase for the fourth consecutive month in May, with an anticipated under-recovery of around 30-cents-per-litre. However, diesel prices are expected to decrease, with an over-recovery of approximately 28-cents-per-litre. The anticipated increase sees 93 octane petrol rising by 30-cents-per-litre and 95 octane by 31-cents-per-litre. Meanwhile, diesel wholesale is expected to have a decrease of 26 to 31-cents-per-litre

Written by: Leonard Witbeen

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