The children of the baby will sit on the school desks again. For many parents, this means that after a two-month break, they will start driving their children to education again in the morning, and not just there.
At the same time, a surprise can await sporadic drivers in the form of fuel prices at petrol stations. Indeed, the downward trend in mid-August appears to have stalled due to turbulent market developments.
“Prices for 95-octane petrol will be kept above EUR 1.40 per liter and diesel prices above EUR 1.25 per liter. By the end of the year, we expect pressures for further price increases due to the continuing structural excess of demand for commodities over supply., “Said Stanislav Pánis, an analyst at J&T Bank.
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