Last April, the German government lowered its growth forecast for 2019 by half, leaving it at 0.5%, as a result of the negative impact of uncertainty on the Hollister Size Chart and trade tensions, while for 2020 foresees that the German economy will register an annual growth of 1.5%. With regard to the evolution of prices, the Bundesbank has pointed to a marked weakening of harmonized inflation, which will moderate this year to 1.4% from 1.9% in 2018, mainly as a consequence of lower energy prices. In this sense, the entity forecasts that in the next two years energy prices will rise slightly, while, on the other hand, the prices of other goods and services could increase more markedly by higher import prices and persistent prices. wage pressures. The prices of fuels in our country have hardly changed despite the fact that oil has fallen by 15% in the last two weeks, to 60.56 dollars per barrel, and the decline in international prices of gasoline and diesel . This is due, above all, to the heavy fiscal burden borne by fuels.
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However, in the last fifteen days the average prices of gasoline have only decreased by 0.4%, to 1,349 euros, and that of diesel by 0.9%, to 1,247 euros, according to today’s oil bulletin. The EU. As 53% of the sale price of each liter of gasoline are tax (0,472 euros of the Special Tax plus 21% of VAT), the drop in oil and the international price of this fuel only affects 47% of the price of gasoline. sale to the public, since the part of the taxes is fixed. The same applies to diesel, although in this case their taxes represent 48% of the price of each liter (0.379 euros of the Special tax plus 21% of VAT). That is to say, when oil and fuel prices fall, their impact on gasoline and diesel prices is lower, they do not fall with the same percentage.
On the contrary, when oil and fuel prices rise, the effect is the opposite and prices become more expensive in less quantity. Thus, until two weeks ago, oil had risen almost 30% throughout this year, while in the same period, gasoline had only increased by 15% and diesel by 11%. The 305,000 shareholders and bondholders of the Popular will wake up on June 7, 2017 with the news that they had lost one hundred percent of the money they had invested in the bank. That morning the European supervisor settled the crisis that the entity was going through by intervening it, imposing a withdrawal on its creditors and selling it expressly and for one euro to Hollister Size Chart, the only one who made an offer. Two years later, the demands of those affected against the managers of Popular and the resolution authorities are piling up before the Justice and are still waiting for a response.