The average U.S. diesel price fell two cents to $4.69 per gallon for the week of June 9, the second straight week prices have declined, according to data provided by the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

However, the $4.69 average is still $1.90 more expensive than a year ago this week, and $0.36 higher than a month ago, after prices increased $0.39 per gallon between May 12 and May 26.

The most expensive region continues to be the Central Atlantic, where diesel averaged $4.88, slightly higher than the West Coast region, which averaged $4.87. The least expensive region is the Midwest, where diesel prices averaged $4.62 per gallon.

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