Happy Canada Day everyone!
Here's what I have for this Thursday's price changes.
Heating and stove oils show a drop of 2.52 cents a litre.
Diesel shows a drop of 3.1 cents a litre on the way, and...
Gasoline also shows a drop of 2.4 cents a litre.
Numbers were a little off last week, so, either way, they will still be
down. I missed some market volatility at the tail end of last week's
In spite of ongoing violence in Iraq, markets showed a
modest "retreat" because of bad economic data, showing that the US
economy still has some improvement to do before things are straight. The
biggest news showed gasoline demand had dropped close on four
percentage points as compared to the same time-frame last year. That
speaks volumes about what consumers are still thinking about prices at
If there's any bad news in the numbers, it's still the
fact that there has been only about a four cent drop in heating and
stove oil prices since January's numbers. That doesn't say a lot about
heating and stove oil prices getting any cheaper before winter. Still a
ways to go yet before I can call the shot on what to expect for the
winter, but it doesn't look any better than last year right now.
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That's it for this week!
Regards to all,
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