Russia has resumed the weekly rise in gasoline prices

Moscow. July 13. INTERFAX.RU – Average consumer prices for gasoline in Russia in the period from 4 to 10 July and returned to growth of 0.1% after stabilizing in the previous week, reported the Federal state statistics service (Rosstat) on Thursday. Short-term price stabilization preceded their growth is 0.1%, 0.2%, 0.3% and 0.4% per week respectively.

Prices for diesel fuel also rose 0.1 percent after stabilizing in the previous week, rising 0.1 percent a week earlier and two weeks of growth on 0.2% to that. Since the beginning of year gasoline has risen in price by 4.6%, diesel fuel – by 3.7% for a total inflation of 2.7% over the same period. In June the rise in gasoline prices accelerated to 1.1% compared to 0.7% in may.

The rise in gasoline prices over the past week was noted in 32 centers of subjects of the Russian Federation. Most prices increased in Chita, Grozny and Arkhangelsk – on 0,4-0,6%. The decline in gasoline prices recorded in the Sevastopol, Simferopol and Perm by 0.1%.

In Moscow over the past week gasoline prices have not changed, in St. Petersburg – rose 0.1%. On the monitored filling stations in Moscow gasoline AI-92 (AI-93 and etc.) can be purchased at a price of 36.10 to 38,55 roubles for litre, stamps AI-95 and higher – from 39,20 to 42.80 rubles. In St. Petersburg gasoline AI-92 (AI-93 and etc.) cost from 35,50 to 37.84 ruble stamps. AI-95 and higher – from to 41,34 39,10 rubles per liter.

The cost of a liter of gasoline on average in the Russian Federation of July 10 totaled RUB 38,09 (July 3 – of 38.07 RUB.), including stamps And-76 (AI-80) – 34,35 RUB (34,33 rubles), AI-92/93 – 37,01 RUB (RUB 36,98), high octane (Ron 95 and above) – 40.04 rubles. (40,02 rbl.). Diesel 10 July cost an average 38,03 RUB per liter (July 3 – 38,01 RUB).

Production of gasoline in Russia from 3 to 9 July has decreased in comparison with the previous period by 3.7% to 760,6 thousand tons. Production of diesel fuel fell by 4.7% – up to 1 414,1 million tons.