Supply shortages due to high diesel prices could be the next blow to the US economy.

Due to low levels of fuel availability in many parts of the United States, diesel prices are soaring to record highs, raising fears of what is to come.
 
Soaring diesel prices could affect the US economy and wallet in a variety of ways, even if you've never bought a gallon of diesel, especially most drivers.
 
"The first way that high diesel prices impact the economy is that it drives up shipping prices." "The second way is potential supply chain disruptions. None of that is good," said Tom Kloza, chief OPIS global energy analytics platform which collects gas price data for AAA.
 
"Before the invasion of Ukraine, we had never seen anything like this," said Verleger, a leading energy economist, "The market is totally distorted. And we are likely to see much slower economic activity as a result."

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