According to the Indian Oil Company, the price of petrol in the national capital remained at 83.71 per litre and diesel was steady at 73.87 per litre. On Sunday, state-run oil marketing firms kept the prices of petrol and diesel unchanged, i.e. The 3rd of January 2021. For 26 days in a row, fuel prices have now remained unchanged. According to the Indian Oil Company, the country's largest fuel retailer, the price of petrol remained at about 83.71 per litre in the national capital and diesel was stable at about 73.87 per litre, the same level as on Sunday. Petrol and diesel prices in Mumbai were at Rs. 90.34 per litre and Rs. 80.51 per litre, respectively. Among the four metros across the country, the fuel prices in the financial capital are the highest. Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum, and Hindustan Petroleum are oil marketing companies that match domestic fuel prices with global benchmarks by taking into account any foreign exchange rate revisions. With impact from 6 am every day, any improvements in fuel prices are enforced. Because of the value added tax, fuel prices differ from state to state in the region (VAT). Meanwhile, brent crude futures, the global oil benchmark, advanced 0.33 percent to $ 51.80 per barrel on Friday, December 1. The rupee dropped by four countries against the US dollar to settle at 73.11, ending its six-session winning streak at the first New Year's trading session.