Articles Tagged By Petrol

petrol subsidy removal, advantages of petrol subsidy removal, petrol historical prices, floating petrol system

As of 1 December 2014, the government’s decision to remove subsidies and introduce a managed float system for prices of RON95 petrol and diesel have sparked some discussions over what may materialize from this change. <br><br>On top of the many ...

oil price drop, effects of falling oil prices, oil prices for malaysians, economy, government revenue, trade balance, consumers, winner or loser

So, oil prices are falling drastically and you’re not sure how to feel about it. What was USD110 per barrel of oil in June 2014 is now trading under USD50 per barrel. On one hand, Yay! Cheaper gas! Cheaper flights! Lower inflation! What’s not to l...

oil price drop, why are oil prices falling, oil drop theories

Crude oil prices have dropped from about USD 115 per barrel in June 2014, to current levels of about USD55 per barrel at the start of 2015. This has resulted in many speculations as to the reasons for the drastic drop. Some even fall into the real...