The prices of fuel on the Italian network continue to fall, and in some cases have reached a minimum for about a year. In particular, gasoline at the self-service market fell below 1.7 euros per liter to the national average.
Good news for Italian motorists and hauliers: fuel prices on the Italian network continue to fall, and in some cases have reached a low for about a year. In particular, gasoline at the self-service market fell below 1.7 euros per liter to the national average.
Based on the processing of Quotidiano Energia, the average price charged for petrol in self mode is 1,696 euros per liter, against 1,709 of last Friday: crossing the data with the weekly data of the Mite, this is the minimum price since the beginning of October 2021, that is, for about a year. The average price of diesel self, on the other hand, goes to 1.809 euros per liter, against 1.821 on Friday.
As for the served, according to data from Quotidiano Energia, gasoline is € 1.844 per liter and diesel is € 1.954 per liter. The prices of LPG are between 0.794 and 0.819 euros / liter and those of CNG are between 2.929 and 3.312.
Coldiretti: “Breath of fresh air for families and businesses”
The trend in fuel prices can only rejoice in associations such as Coldiretti, who in an interview with Adnkronos talks about a real breath of fresh air for businesses and families. “In a country like Italy, where 85% of goods travel by road to get to the shelves, the drop in fuel prices represents a healthy breath of fresh air for the budgets of businesses and families struggling with rising prices in shopping cart”. “The drop in fuels has in fact an avalanche beneficial influence in starting to slow down the run of food and beverage prices on the shelves, which have already increased on average by + 10.5% in August compared to the same month of the previous year under the pressure of energy costs, according to Istat “.CopyAMP code.
Coldiretti recalls that in this period there has been an important increase in prices for all kinds of products. They range from + 14% for bread up to + 12% for yogurt. Increased milk, chicken dog (+ 16%) as well as eggs (+ 15%). Rising prices also for fruit (+ 8%) and vegetables (+ 12%).