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It was nice while it lasted, but petrol prices are going to jump
2 years ago

It was nice while it lasted, but petrol prices are going to jump

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Daniella Miletic

The days of petrol being below $1.30 a litre in Australia are coming to an end, economists have warned. Petrol prices are expected to jump within a fortnight because …
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Petrol prices set to fall in coming months

AAP  |  JULY 31, 2015 9:43PM

PETROL prices are expected to fall over the remainder of the year from recent highs driven by a shortage of supply in …
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Drivers’ hip pocket hit again with petrol tax increase

Tim Howard | 31st Jul 2015 5:00 AM

FROM tomorrow the taxman is going to be dipping deeper into your pocket when you pull in to top up …
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Cheap petrol may delay Fed hike
2 years ago

Cheap petrol may delay Fed hike

By Michael Roddan, 27 July 2015

Australian motorists have been gifted with the cheapest petrol in two months, and prices look likely to continue their downward trend, but Wednesday’s US Federal …
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Oil groups have shelved $274bn in new projects as low prices bite
2 years ago

Oil groups have shelved $274bn in new projects as low prices bite

By Christopher Adams, 27 July 2015

The world’s big energy groups have shelved $US200 billion ($274 billion) of spending on new projects in an urgent round of cost-cutting aimed at …
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Crude drops below $US50 a barrel on worries about rising global supplies
2 years ago

Crude drops below $US50 a barrel on worries about rising global supplies

By Mark Shenk, 21 July 2015

Crude slumped below $US50 a barrel in New York for the first time in more than three months on speculation that Iranian shipments will …
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Queensland Petrol Price Debate
3 years ago

Queensland Petrol Price Debate

ACAPMA CEO Mark McKenzie joined the 4BC Drive program recently, and used his first media interview to discuss some of the misconceptions around fuel pricing in Queensland.

As petrol prices continue to …
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Woolworths flags price cuts

Shoppers can expect some hip-pocket reprieve this year, with Australia’s dominant supermarket chains Woolworths and Coles flagging price cuts in the $88 billion food and grocery market.

After reporting “subdued” …
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