Brent crude oil steadied on Monday, on track for its strongest first quarter in eight years, thanks to a growing belief among investors that OPEC's supply cuts will prevent a build-up in unused fuel, though concern over China's economy offset gains. Oil has risen nearly 25 percent so far this year and is on course for its strongest first-quarter performance since 2011, thanks largely to a commitment by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies to cut output. Click read more below for additional detail.
National Average Price for Regular Unleaded
Month Ago: $2.289
Year Ago: $2.058
National Average Price for Diesel
Month Ago: $2.518
Year Ago: $2.104
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