Pound's 'flash crash' blamed as fuel prices leap 1.2% in seven days to 113.7p



Motorists have been hit by the biggest weekly rise in fuel prices for more than five years.
The average price of petrol jumped by 1.22% in just seven days, according to figures from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Data analysis by the Press Association revealed that t his was the biggest weekly percentage increase since January 2011.
The current price - 113.72p per litre - is the highest since August last year.
The price of diesel also registered its largest percentage weekly increase since January 2011: a jump of 1.39% to 116p per litre .
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18 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 23
Source: Belper News
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