“High alert on fuel for war in Israel”


By John

The downward trend in fuel prices may unfortunately suffer negative consequences due to the turbulence on the markets resulting from the Hamas attack on Israel and what may follow from it, as is also highlighted by the surge in the price of Brent today , which grew to more than $87.” The Ministry of Business states this in a note, where it says that “the alert continues to be high”. Mimit on this front, through the relevant monitoring structures”.

The price of petrol dropped today to 1.945 euros/l, and, in the last two weeks, has seen a contraction of 5.3 cents. The same downward trend exists for diesel, which today records a price of 1.914 euros, with a decrease in the last 14 days of 2.3 euro cents.