Finally, good news for those who take their car. While fuel prices have been above €2 for several weeks in a row, they are finally falling!
According to the latest figures published by the Ministry for the Ecological Transition, the price of unleaded gasoline 95 was 1.80 euros per liter on average for the week of July 25 to 31.
Between June 13 and July 25, the unleaded 95 liter went, therefore, from 2.09 euros to 1.80 euros on average, a reduction of 29 cents. The decrease is a little more moderate for diesel: between June 13 and July 25, the liter lost an average of 26 cents.
With a full 40 liter tank of SP 95, users will have earned almost 12 euros.
It will last?
The only certainty for now is the adoption by the National Assembly of the second part of the measures to support purchasing power. The latter provides for a fuel discount of 30 cents per liter between September and October 2022, then 10 cents between November and December 2022.
The price of oil remains relatively “volatile” with the war appearing to be settling in over time. In fact, the prices that had jumped after the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine have calmed down a bit recently. The move could be partly due to fears of an economic downturn in the West and the Covid-19 epidemic in China, a major oil consumer.
A pause in sky-high prices, which we hope will last…
Source: Nice Matin