What got to get ready for Ukrainian drivers in connection with the controversial scheme, the oil gradually becomes more expensive, the cost of fuel at filling stations “jump”
It is known that raw materials for the production of oil again began to rise. Oil prices finish the week with a growth. On Friday, 18 January the cost of a barrel of Brent crude oil amounted to 61,67 USD.
Experts summarize that this growth associated with even the December reduction in oil production by OPEC members and rumors about U.S. willingness to cancel import duties on Chinese goods for the period of the trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing.
So an increase in early 2018, oil prices have hit a barrier about 60 dollars per barrel of Brent oil:
“Despite the fact that the reports OPEC will probably maintain in the near future the mood for some increase in the price of oil, in the long term we remain cautious due to weakness in the global economy and the growing production of shale oil in the United States,” said an analyst at Singapore brokerage company Benjamin Lou.
At the same time, in Ukraine, at the moment resumed a gradual decline in the cost of fuel at the gas station.
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So unlike gasoline and diesel fuel, depreciating for three days is 5 cents, the cost of liquefied natural gas fell from 45 cents. On Saturday, January 19, the national average cost of a liter of gasoline A-95 was 28,55 UAH, diesel fuel — UAH 28,50, and liquefied gas — UAH 12,27:
“Despite some growth in oil prices, the current price of oil just over $ 60 per barrel, the potential for further reduction of prices on gasoline and diesel fuel in Ukraine remains at the level of 2-2,5 hryvnia. That is, these fuels may soon be cheaper for 2 hryvnia. The situation is similar with liquefied gas, it may go down further by about 2 hryvnia, UAH to 10.50 per litre,” concluded the Director of a domestic consulting group Serhiy Kuyun.
Recall that we reported that the tranches from the International monetary Fund (IMF) under the current credit program (EFF) Ukraine will not receive. To such conclusion the experts interviewed.
“Unlikely to be any more tranches under the current program. As far as I know, the differences between Ukraine and the IMF have not yet withdrawn to the end. Ukraine is too detained with them (the conditions of the program. – Ed.) implementation”, – said the doctor of economic Sciences Oleg Yaremenko.
Leading researcher of the Institute of Economics and forecasting of NASU Jaroslav Zhalilo also believes that the current lending program can be considered completed.
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