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 Fixed: Why Rope Sandals In the summer of 2022 The shoe trend of the hour is the old-tried is the longest? In any case, this wisdom applies to the shoe trend of the hour. Because the principle on which so -called Rope Sandals build is actually an old one: the rope sandals were worn in the ancient times of Romans and Greeks and in the Middle Ages of monks. This means Sandals , which, in contrast to the classic Roman sandals, instead of leather straps with ropes made of braided fabric or natural materials such as bast, which are reminiscent of ship traffic jams.

Les prix des carburants poursuivent leur baisse. C'est une répercussion des cours du pétrole, ils ont perdu 20% en deux mois et demi, après la flambée due à la guerre en Ukraine en février dernier. Difficile de savoir si la tendance va continuer, selon Francis Perrin, spécialiste de l'énergie et chercheur à l'Iris. © Pascal Guyot / AFP Fuels prices continue to drop. This is an impact on oil prices, they lost 20% in two and a half months, after the outbreak due to the war in Ukraine last February. Difficult to know if the trend will continue, according to Francis Perrin, energy specialist and researcher at IRIS.

This is an impact of oil prices, they lost 20% in two and a half months, after the outbreak due to the war in Ukraine last February. Difficult to know if the trend will continue, according to Francis Perrin, energy specialist and researcher at IRIS.

The passage to the fuel pump is less and less painful. For several days, the fuel prices have been pursuing their drop : 1.79 euros per liter of diesel on average, a 1.77 euro for unleaded 95. It is an impact of oil prices, they lost 20 % in two and a half months, after the outbreak due to war in Ukraine last February. For Francis Perrin, a researcher at Iris, it is however difficult to know if the trend will continue, the international context being uncertain. "Why is crude oil prices when the war in Ukraine is unfortunately far from over?" He asks.

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"This is because on the markets, we think we could go towards a decline in economic activity," explains the hydrocarbon specialist. "It would necessarily mean that the world, at that time, would consume less oil and that oil prices would drop."

Towards price stability?

According to the researcher, "the measures taken in France", in particular the " rebate on the prices of fuels" come to add to the evolution of crude oil prices ".

"Are we going to stabilize at $ 100? Go back down, go up? No one knows," continues Francis Perrin. There is "rather a greater probability of fuel prices stability or a slight decrease", according to him. "But we must certainly not exclude a rise due to the war in Ukraine and its oil and energy impacts," he concludes.

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that the Ponytail is the jeans, the trench coat or the small blacks of the hairstyle trends: one Classic that always works, everyone stands and yet never gets boring because he keeps reinventing himself. We can see the proof of this thesis on Instagram and Tikkok, where the ponytail is celebrated in a new variant in autumn 2022 - as Bubble Ponytail .

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