After the oil has fallen about 40% over the past three months, the positive consequences should begin to emerge and perhaps to influence investor decisions. Some macroeconomic studies indicate that a decrease of 60 USD / barrel crude price moves about 2000 000 M.USD from producing countries to consuming countries. In recent months, investors focused on the negative impact that the oil is falling in countries like Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Russia, etc. However, there is a flip side and the main beneficiary is Europe. In fact, the European Union is one of the largest importers of oil and at a time when its economy has not yet reached a 'cruising speed', the fall of oil could be the missing driver. In fact, if one considers that the European Union imports about 30% of the world's oil, so a drop of 60 USD / barrel will generate an income of about 660,000 M.USD to this region.