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• In the US, eight states accounting for close to 9% of global gasoline demand have already either introduced tax breaks on gasoline or are considering suspending state taxes on gas. Most European countries have also introduced measures to tackle increasing fuel prices in March. In total, IMF estimates that this year total energy subsidies (explicit and implicit) are expected to increase by $305 billion to $6.8 trillion.
• But with demand stimulated and supply constrained, fuel prices will continue rising until demand is destroyed to a level where it can meet supply. Demand destruction could occur through two channels: directly through rationing and indirectly through high prices.


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