According to a report by ECO, the price correction mainly reflects the fall of Brent on international markets, at a time when many investors fear the arrival of a recession in Europe caused precisely by the war and high energy prices.

Diesel will register a fall of 8.2 cents, to an average value of 1,748 euros, according to a source from one of the largest oil companies in the country.

In relation to petrol, this will be the ninth consecutive week of price drops. According to data from the Directorate-General for Energy and Geology (DGEG), the last time petrol had such a prolonged cycle of decline was in November 2018, that is, almost four years ago.

Driver filling up at the pumps on Monday should find gasoline 95 about 7.5 cents cheaper, which will bring the average sale price to the public to 1.814 euros.