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Small increase in the price of gasoline at Nova Scotia pumps

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HALIFAX – A small increase in the price for gasoline across Nova Scotia.

The provincial regulator using its weekly adjustment to raise the price for regular self serve by 9-10ths of a cent to a new minimum of 105.2.

No change in the price for diesel this week. The minimum price for fuel remains at 105.9 for a second week in a row.

At this time last year we were paying 1.07 for both gasoline and for diesel.

Oil was selling at $50.77 us per barrel, just over 40 cents per barrel less than Thursday’s closing price of 51.21.

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I thought prices were supposed to have a slight DROP not increase. What is the reason for yet another price increase????

October 13, 2017 at 8:06 am