If you have a diesel car, then don't wait for Monday to fill up, because the price is expected to rise by four cents, a rise lower than the 13 cents this week and which led the average price of diesel to exceed, for the first time, the two euro mark. But if your car's engine is petrol, the news is positive, because the price for a litre should go down by two cents, according to a report by ECO.

Taking into account the average values ​​practiced at the pumps this Monday, this means that a litre of simple diesel will remain above the two euros threshold, costing 2,064 cents, and that of simple gasoline 95 will drop to 2.15 euros. But these values ​​may still undergo an adjustment, taking into account the closing of Brent prices this Friday and the foreign exchange market.