* Diesel demand to rise first in US economic recovery * Lag in demand growth seen for gasoline, jet fuel By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, July 31 (Reuters) - Fuel demand growth will be uneven as the U.S. economy recovers, with immediate strength in diesel usage from more business activity than gasoline demand, as the hard-hit American consumer will be slower to get back behind the wheel. The Energy Department's latest forecast predicts that the U.S. economy started growing this month for ...
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