New US diesel era

As US fuel consumers enter a new era of highway diesel fuel this week, the first and probably only thing many of them will notice is the price. It’s down from the high levels of this past summer but higher than the price of gasoline. While hardly lacking in precedent, a diesel premium to gasoline tends to attract the attention of drivers of diesel-powered vehicles, who have been conditioned by history to think their fuel should be the cheaper of the two. It’s also something to which truck drivers and other diesel users should accustom themselves.Gasoline and diesel trade in disparate markets, of course. Because prices of both fuels move with the price of their raw material, a ...

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