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Cape Town - The Automobile Association (AA) is cautiously optimistic about what might happen to fuel prices in November, because international oil prices had begun to retreat in recent days.

"If the exchange rate continues with its slight downward trend and oil follows, fuel prices for November could be virtually unchanged or slightly cheaper. We will be following the oil and exchange rate trends with interest," the AA said on Friday.

Commenting on unaudited fuel price data released at mid-month by the Central Energy Fund (CEF), the AA explained that stronger international oil prices have kept up the pressure on fuel prices in SA.

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