Wednesday it is, and if you’re wondering which way the wind blows this week, fuel prices are all up again for the fourth week of May, continuing the rebound in prices from last week, following three consecutive weekly price drops.

From tomorrow, May 25, RON 95 petrol will be priced at RM2.12 per litre (up four sen from RM2.08 per litre last week), and RON 97 petrol goes to RM2.40 per litre (up four sen from RM2.36 per litre last week).

Meanwhile, Euro 2M diesel also climbs to RM2.03 per litre (up four sen from RM1.99), while Euro 5 diesel will be pegged at RM2.13 per litre (up four sen from RM2.09). These prices take effect from midnight until May 31, when the next adjustment of prices will be announced.

This will be the ninth weekly fuel pricing update since its implementation on March 30. Compared to March 2017 prices, which was before weekly pricing took effect, RON 95 is down by 18 sen, RON 97 by 20 sen, and diesel down by 17 sen.