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Despite continuous turmoil in the Middle East and the subsequent rise in the price of oil, the decline of the US dollar, in which crude is priced, has helped limit the rise in fuel prices.

11th December, 2004

Despite continuous turmoil in the Middle East and the subsequent rise in the price of oil, the decline of the US dollar, in which crude is priced, has helped limit the rise in fuel prices.

However, with the cost of both petrol and diesel hovering around €1 per litre this December, it's worth asking whether the potential price benefits from the falling dollar are truly being reflected at the pumps.

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