After a good few weeks of steady reduction, petrol prices have begun to go the other way.
Despite the fall of Brent crude oil price to $58 a barrel yesterday, some retailers have chosen to increase the prices at the pumps, blaming the weakness of the euro against the dollar for such decision.
US dollar is the official oil trade currency.
The move has rightly infuriated various consumer groups.
Drivers may now expect to pay two or three cents more per litre over the next week, and beyond.