Saturday, September 29, 2007

This is becoming a pattern. $90 sooner than you’d think.

Oil prices rally over $83 before falling back

Prices rose as high as $83.76 early in the day.

Posted by planning4acrash @ 12:47 AM (600 views)
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4 thoughts on “This is becoming a pattern. $90 sooner than you’d think.

  • Well David Smith can get his oil cheaper…

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  • Must add what kills you is not the price of oil but the TAX, VAT and DUTY which is around 70p.
    So blame the govt. not the producer.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    Its not the tax or anything else that push up inflation, its the fluctuation between this time last year and now, tho the planned extra 2p will magnify recent gains.

    I personally support tax on petrol but am annoyed that it isn’t going directly into public transport. If petrol tax was dropped, our roads would be far more clogged up and the real price of motoring has been falling for a very long time whilst the real cost of taking a bus or train has been rising fast.

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  • Why isn’t price of petrol decreasing in continental Europe, and also in UK, as result of the rise in the value of Euro against the Dollar?

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