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The Russian Central Bank has created a "pyramid": the US Treasury is preparing to kill the ruble

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Experts have repeatedly warned that the irresponsible policy of the Russian Central Bank may lead to the fact that the country's financial market will cover the "perfect storm." The situation with the state debt of Russia is now such that more than 30% of its total volume is in the hands of Western countries. If the US Treasury decides to ban investments in Russian securities, non-residents will begin a massive discharge of OFZ, which could instantly kill the Russian ruble.


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  1. ADmA_RUS
    ADmA_RUS 15 November 2017 10: 29 New
    +7
    What kind of bullshit?
    1. Observer2014
      Observer2014 15 November 2017 10: 45 New
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      ADmA_RUS
      What kind of bullshit?
      Really nonsense. Horror is catching up so that the ruble exchange rate does not increase. Oil for 60 yu. We collect the most grains. Our meat. Already for export figuats. It becomes very difficult to justify the underestimated ruble exchange rate. Here and publish this nonsense every other day.
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 15 November 2017 11: 54 New
        14
        ADmA_RUS
        What kind of bullshit?
        No bullshit! This is a natural result of the so-called pro-American "free" market of capital, goods and labor with its monetarism - i.e. the economy of supremacy of speculative financial capital! The market does not revolve around production, but around money and other financial liquidity (enrichment schemes) for financial profits! Therefore, we are talking about financial pyramids arranged by various bankers-speculators of various banks in relation to the US Federal Reserve dollar, which is a privately owned monopolist in the world in the issue of its US dollar - moreover, as a kind of consumer "product", but a product, in fact, virtual .
        1. Serzh
          Serzh 17 November 2017 11: 19 New
          +2
          Right. But what prevents Russia in response to this sanction from requesting security for American securities, thereby putting a strong pressure on the dollar?
          For some reason, many people don’t want to remember that the stick has two ends ...
          1. DenZ
            DenZ 20 November 2017 09: 16 New
            +2
            Quote: SerEzh
            But what prevents Russia in response to this sanction from requesting security for American securities, thereby putting a strong pressure on the dollar?

            Well, Russia will demand and what? Americans rush to provide the dollar? Generally stupid. The Americans will say at least- "When you invested your money in dollars, you didn’t know that the dollar was not secured?"
      2. wei
        wei 17 November 2017 04: 06 New
        +3
        In the 90s, too, there was no ice period, but there was a famine. banks in order not to lose profits due to the payment of loans by farmers will take part of the grain and drive it away creating a deficit and increasing purchase prices. overproduction and destruction of goods to increase prices is normal practice for capitalism. (type in a search engine parking unsold cars look at the map) will be surprised
    2. Captain Pushkin
      Captain Pushkin 15 November 2017 11: 41 New
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      Quote: ADmA_RUS
      ADmA_RUS Today, 10:29 New
      What kind of bullshit?

      Bredyatina, this is Nabiulina at the head of the Central Bank of Russia, while Russia has declared war on annihilation.
      If the Central Bank of the Russian Federation was led, for example, by Senator McCain, then he, with all his will, was unlikely to be able to do Russia more harm than this lady.
      1. ADmA_RUS
        ADmA_RUS 15 November 2017 15: 23 New
        +2
        Fin collapsed in Russia. system? No.
        Are reserves decreasing in Russia? No.
        In Russia, does the banking sector lose profitability? No.
        The number of issued epothec loans is growing in Russia? Yes, and so much so that the panicists have already sung songs about inflating the bubble.
        Whose Central Bank buys the most gold? Russian. Are you against buying gold? Do you mind the increase in gold reserves? Who runs the Central Bank?
        1. Captain Pushkin
          Captain Pushkin 15 November 2017 21: 34 New
          +3
          Quote: ADmA_RUS

          0
          ADmA_RUS Today, 15:23 PM ↑
          Fin collapsed in Russia. system? No.
          Are reserves decreasing in Russia? No.
          In Russia, does the banking sector lose profitability? No.
          The number of issued epothec loans is growing in Russia? Yes, and so much so that the panicists have already sung songs about inflating the bubble.
          Whose Central Bank buys the most gold? Russian. Are you against buying gold? Do you mind the increase in gold reserves? Who runs the Central Bank?

          The main indicator of the Fed's activity is the number of new jobs. It was they who for the United States established that the Fed's task is to create conditions for economic development ..
          And for Russia, the Fed has set the Central Bank reserves as the main indicator, i.e. in fact, how much raw material Russia shipped abroad for virtual numbers in US bonds, i.e. again, in fact, for nothing.
          1. ADmA_RUS
            ADmA_RUS 16 November 2017 13: 55 New
            +1
            This is a favorite trick of cheating. They operate with the number of jobs, and not with their income or contribution to production. The number of workers in the United States has been falling for a long time. And for information. The Fed actively likes to “clarify” the numbers.
      2. Serzh
        Serzh 17 November 2017 11: 20 New
        +1
        Bredyatina is that the Central Bank of Russia acts in the legal field of Great Britain ...
      3. Kent0001
        Kent0001 17 November 2017 20: 30 New
        0
        And you think that she makes all decisions? I think you are deeply mistaken.
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  2. solzh
    solzh 15 November 2017 10: 43 New
    +4
    Another liberal ravings.
  3. Eurodav
    Eurodav 15 November 2017 11: 11 New
    11
    By the spring, this nonsense will be many times more ... and it will become angrier ...
  4. tchoni
    tchoni 15 November 2017 11: 40 New
    +8
    The recipe for saving the ruble is as simple as three pennies: Legally, you allow trading in oil and gas ONLY FOR RUBL - and voila - complete control of capital outflows, strengthening the ruble exchange rate and all that jazz is forever JACKED by the government))) But this will not happen. For the establishment of Russia prefers to keep money in "savings dollars" in Swiss banks. So sleep well, comrades! The weakening of the ruble exchange rate is included in the plans of the Central Bank and the government, because how do you increase salaries in 2018)))))))
    1. Captain Pushkin
      Captain Pushkin 15 November 2017 21: 38 New
      +3
      Quote: tchoni
      tchoni Today, 11: 40
      The recipe for saving the ruble is as simple as three pennies: Legally, you allow trading in oil and gas ONLY FOR RUBL - and voila - complete control of capital outflows, strengthening the ruble exchange rate and all that jazz is forever JACKED by the government))) But this will not happen. For the establishment of Russia prefers to keep money in "savings dollars" in Swiss banks. So sleep well, comrades! The weakening of the ruble exchange rate is included in the plans of the Central Bank and the government, because how do you increase salaries in 2018)))))))

      And what does that change? Under the current Central Bank and government, buyers will exchange their Euros and dollars in Russia for rubles, and the Central Bank will store these dollars in the United States.
      1. Al Bychkov
        Al Bychkov 16 November 2017 15: 24 New
        +6
        in theory, dollars should be invested in production in their own country, because this is the main driver of the gdp and real, that is, these dollars need to buy production facilities abroad and build on Russian territory, because money is a MEANS of EXCHANGE and not a means of production and their value only manifests itself at the time of parting with them and in no way in their accumulation of uncontrolled
        1. ADmA_RUS
          ADmA_RUS 17 November 2017 13: 37 New
          +2
          As you do not understand. In the current conditions in Russia, it will not be possible to carry out quickly a new industrialization. There is a monstrous lack of specialists. Now companies are leading the guys
          and girls not from senior courses by the university, but from school!
      2. tchoni
        tchoni 16 November 2017 20: 50 New
        +1
        The point here is that only one agent (government) will be able to withdraw money from the country relatively uncontrollably, which, moreover (purely theoretically) should publicly report on its activities. Plus, constant demand for the ruble will be guaranteed. And the high ruble exchange rate is very profitable for us as consumers. But for those who pay wages - no.
        And as for the withdrawal of government dollars in offshore - so we are with this money so that we won’t see it)
    2. Sergey53
      Sergey53 16 November 2017 14: 31 New
      +2
      It is not clear why our Ministry of Finance will store the money received from sales in the United States. And the country is underfunding the budget. Miserable salaries and minimum pensions are paid to the people.
      1. alenge
        alenge 16 November 2017 22: 48 New
        +2
        This is insurance of stolen money from the Russian Federation by Kremlin cadets
      2. free
        free 17 November 2017 10: 54 New
        0
        Quote: Sergey53
        It is not clear why our Ministry of Finance will store the money received from sales in the United States. And the country is underfunding the budget. Miserable salaries and minimum pensions are paid to the people.

        Why is it incomprehensible?
  5. unignm
    unignm 15 November 2017 13: 11 New
    0
    another scarecrow. if only.
  6. 79531623658
    79531623658 15 November 2017 13: 33 New
    +3
    "The situation with the state debt of Russia" - absolute figures and as a percentage of GDP in the studio !!! And compare with gold reserves (gold and foreign exchange reserves) + funds. Who has a more stable situation? And how will the OFZ drain kill the ruble? Where do OFZs merge? Withdraw capital with a killed (weak) ruble - but please!
    “If the US Treasury decides to ban investment in Russian securities” - and if ... Do you think there is no asymmetric answer? Cancel the free conversion of the dollar to the Russian Federation, for example.
    In short nonsense of the profane ....
  7. yuliatreb
    yuliatreb 15 November 2017 18: 22 New
    0
    And you watch his programs, if grandmother would have been, he would become a grandfather, and so on, demagoguery, brother Prokopenko, there is still ominous music and a shaman with a tambourine.
  8. Educoh
    Educoh 16 November 2017 07: 34 New
    +2
    Quote: Tatiana
    ADmA_RUS
    What kind of bullshit?
    No bullshit! This is a natural result of the so-called pro-American "free" market of capital, goods and labor with its monetarism - i.e. the economy of supremacy of speculative financial capital! The market does not revolve around production, but around money and other financial liquidity (enrichment schemes) for financial profits! Therefore, we are talking about financial pyramids arranged by various bankers-speculators of various banks in relation to the US Federal Reserve dollar, which is a privately owned monopolist in the world in the issue of its US dollar - moreover, as a kind of consumer "product", but a product, in fact, virtual .

    The trouble does not stem from the “wrong” spinning of money around speculative capital, in contrast, in your opinion, the “right” spinning of the market around real production. The funny thing is, if you limit speculative capital and inflating financial bubbles, focusing on the development of the real production sector, after a while the economy will face long-forgotten crises of overproduction, when, it seemed, there are a lot of goods, and the population has NO money to buy them. The trouble is in the generic curse of capitalism called "surplus value", without which it simply cannot exist, but which ultimately will bring it to the grave. And financial bubbles are just a way to temporarily delay the time of the global collapse of the system.
  9. aba
    aba 16 November 2017 08: 04 New
    +2
    Whatever it was: delirium or not delirium, but the Central Bank does not conduct financial games in the name of a strong Russia. This is a direct enclave of the West in the very center of our state.
    1. Sergey Kiryushin
      Sergey Kiryushin 16 November 2017 10: 26 New
      0
      Duc and how else? A bank established by recommendations and patterns from the IMF and the Fed by people who were outspoken agents of influence cannot and should not otherwise. But you cannot change this situation overnight. And inflation in the country should not be dealt with by the Central Bank, but by the Ministry of Economy and Development.
  10. Damask
    Damask 16 November 2017 10: 50 New
    0
    Notes of a madman
  11. FalconSD
    FalconSD 16 November 2017 12: 35 New
    +1
    Quote: ADmA_RUS
    Fin collapsed in Russia. system? No.
    Are reserves decreasing in Russia? No.
    In Russia, does the banking sector lose profitability? No.
    The number of issued epothec loans is growing in Russia? Yes, and so much so that the panicists have already sung songs about inflating the bubble.
    Whose Central Bank buys the most gold? Russian. Are you against buying gold? Do you mind the increase in gold reserves? Who runs the Central Bank?
    It's useless. When a person does not have enough for vodka, and his youth irrevocably silently leaves, any arguments that something in life might be good will not work. "Everything in the country is bad because it is bad for me." Unfortunately, the situation of older people in our country is really quite difficult. Therefore, it is better not to offend them with disputes. But if your “vis-a-vis” is young, then he’s just stupid, so there’s no point in talking to such people.
  12. FalconSD
    FalconSD 16 November 2017 15: 17 New
    0
    Quote: EDucoH
    Quote: Tatiana
    ADmA_RUS
    What kind of bullshit?
    No bullshit! This is a natural result of the so-called pro-American "free" market of capital, goods and labor with its monetarism - i.e. the economy of supremacy of speculative financial capital! The market does not revolve around production, but around money and other financial liquidity (enrichment schemes) for financial profits! Therefore, we are talking about financial pyramids arranged by various bankers-speculators of various banks in relation to the US Federal Reserve dollar, which is a privately owned monopolist in the world in the issue of its US dollar - moreover, as a kind of consumer "product", but a product, in fact, virtual .

    The trouble does not stem from the “wrong” spinning of money around speculative capital, in contrast, in your opinion, the “right” spinning of the market around real production. The funny thing is, if you limit speculative capital and inflating financial bubbles, focusing on the development of the real production sector, after a while the economy will face long-forgotten crises of overproduction, when, it seemed, there are a lot of goods, and the population has NO money to buy them. The trouble is in the generic curse of capitalism called "surplus value", without which it simply cannot exist, but which ultimately will bring it to the grave. And financial bubbles are just a way to temporarily delay the time of the global collapse of the system.
    This “for the time being” outlived everyone, starting with Marx, whom you almost quote. Countries that use financial capitalism, including ours, are an absolute military force; therefore, nothing is threatened by this system either now or in the foreseeable future. Fortunately or unfortunately, but it is. The locomotive of this system - the United States loves to poke a huge public debt, forgetting that its maintenance costs the United States a miserable 100 billion a year, which is very comfortable for the budget, and 2/3 of the debt is an internal debt “to oneself” (whoever writes about the "private shop" of the Fed, she doesn’t command the army, and what this means is what Putin showed us).
  13. stasisto
    stasisto 16 November 2017 21: 10 New
    0
    And the US government debt is 20 + trillion. $. Who is stopping us from throwing out their securities for sale?
    1. alex8
      alex8 16 November 2017 22: 49 New
      0
      Our power is in the way.
    2. fif21
      fif21 17 November 2017 09: 01 New
      +2
      Quote: stasisto
      And the US government debt is 20 + trillion. $. Who is stopping us from throwing out their securities for sale?
      No one, but what! Fear of the collapse of the global financial system, the foundation of which is still the US dollar. The key word is bye. A gradual transition in settlements on national money, gold, cryptocurrencies will negate the influence of the US Federal Reserve on world trade. hi
  14. wei
    wei 17 November 2017 03: 56 New
    0
    forget the slogan "everything is collective farm, everything is mine" in the world of capital, every ruble belongs to a specific person. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation an exact copy of the US Federal Reserve is a private office (such as an exaggerated company) with hired managers. The owners of the money set a goal, the managers are looking for solutions.
    All actions in the world of finance have only one goal: redistribution of funds to your advantage. For the economy, forget any banker have enough money for a bun with butter in any situation, remember the great depression in America or the 90s, in the absence of climatic, natural disasters, people went hungry just by a whim bastards fighting for power.
  15. fif21
    fif21 17 November 2017 08: 50 New
    +2
    Revenues, expenses in rubles! And reserves in US dollars! The ruble is omitted - the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, commodity corporations, and lovers of foreign currency loans. At the end of the year, all of the above, are buying up currency, some are in reserves, some are paying off loans and voila, the ruble has rolled down. The situation can be changed easily, but except for foreign currency borrowers and speculators, all the rest + importers, BENEFIT is a weak ruble. A weak ruble is also beneficial for domestic producers! hi
  16. Verkhomnapule
    Verkhomnapule 17 November 2017 09: 17 New
    0
    it will hurt, of course, but not fatally!
  17. ksv36
    ksv36 17 November 2017 10: 11 New
    +6
    Judging by the comments, most of their writers either live in the Moscow Ring Road, or go to school and do not know adult problems. What nonsense ??? Open your eyes people !!! Have you tried to live 15 tyrov a month with a family of 3 people? Work labor is paid by the minimum wage. As our more or less large businessmen say, "There will be enough slaves for our age." Although they themselves crawled out of shit into the dashing 90s. And not in the most overwhelming and righteous way. Rights proverb - A FAT OF A HUNGERFUL WILL NOT UNDERSTAND.
    1. ADmA_RUS
      ADmA_RUS 17 November 2017 13: 42 New
      0
      Welcome to capitalism! You can’t make money, your personal problems. All! Socialism has ended, now everyone is for himself. You don’t owe what.
      And on my own behalf. An adult healthy man, with a desire of 30-40 rubles will always work.
      1. CT-55_11-9009
        CT-55_11-9009 17 November 2017 16: 14 New
        +1
        Quote: ADmA_RUS
        An adult healthy man, with a desire of 30-40 rubles will always work.

        In Moscow - yes, in the rest of Russia (we don’t take millionaires) - 50 years of such work will accumulate (2 plus part-time jobs).
        1. ADmA_RUS
          ADmA_RUS 18 November 2017 15: 43 New
          0
          Excuses. I see a bunch of open vacancies for shift work and the need for turners, welders, etc.
  18. Shchors take it
    Shchors take it 17 November 2017 12: 14 New
    0
    Everything is lost! How to live further? But let's calmly speculate. If they could bend us, they would do it a long time ago. And very tough, That's why they are wolves, so that the shepherd does not doze off!
  19. cedar
    cedar 17 November 2017 15: 01 New
    +3
    The states do not have “Almaty,” “Boundary,” “Borea,” “Su-57,” and so on, but they have a dollar that is circulated in the Russian Federation in the ruble shell, which most people catch, and the Central Bank prints this “ruble” The Russian Federation, which is removed from the control of the Constitutional Court, the Prosecutor’s Office and the Government of the Russian Federation, is clearly pursuing the financial policy of the US Federal Reserve, and not Russia.
    I’m sure the Fed has prepared a lot of dirty sanctions for us, so don’t relax, dear ones. In any case, with their dollar in the ruble shell, which is printed in their bank in Russia, they are free to do what they want.

    See at the root, dear. In Russia there is no sovereign ruble and sovereign credit, which means there is no sovereignty of the country. It is under the external control of the US Federal Reserve. Those who did not understand and did not feel will soon feel, and perhaps will understand.
    1. Myxomop
      Myxomop 19 November 2017 10: 17 New
      +1
      Firstly, the president can appoint and remove the chairmen of the Central Bank. The last one who tried to resist this was Gerashchenko. I thought it was untouchable and permanent. Nabiulin is not Gerashchenko, this is understandable.
      Secondly, I remind you that the priority of international laws and authorities, in particular the judicial ones, is written in our costuity. Did it help YUKOS very much? Fucked as soon as so.
      There are preliminary agreements on trade for the ruble. There are credit organizations not looking at the western rating.
      Your FRS cannot do anything with the ruble. Without hitting the dollar. By bucks it hurts. This is about comparing a blow to the face with a blow to the balls. We have a face, if that))

      Essentially the article. OFZs will be sold until the treasury drain. For understanding, look at world debts and the golden balance.
      By the way, how does the author imagine ofs? How are debt receipts or what? They are traded on the stock exchange. On the free. The United States sold - Germany bought. Or how? How are Stalin's ships with gold or something? ))) Or does he think that they will call and speak on the phone, do not buy Russian debt in the name of our Masonic conspiracy? Well, Germany will not buy, Iran will buy with China.
      1. Golovan Jack
        Golovan Jack 19 November 2017 10: 33 New
        +7
        Quote: Myxomop
        Myxomop

        With all due respect, you argue with ... margarine. There is a lot of aplomb, little knowledge, but no common sense at all No.
        With almost everything you said, I agree, except
        Quote: Myxomop
        we have written in the Constitution of the priority of international laws and authorities, in particular judicial

        None of this. And there wasn’t. Leave it cedar-y stop
  20. Golovan Jack
    Golovan Jack 19 November 2017 10: 25 New
    +7
    What kind of nonsense is they writing negative
    The situation with Russia's public debt is now such that more than 30% of its total volume is in the hands of Western countries

    Remind me how much as a percentage of .. well, at least the GDP of the Russian Federation is "the same public debt"? This is ... important wink
    The fact that a third of this agro-figurative amount is “in the hands of non-residents” is, of course, horror-horror ... for the illiterate.
    And if you look soberly - where else would she be? That's why he and the "external debt", like ...
    If the US Treasury decides to ban investments in Russian securities ...

    The US Treasury is free to make any decisions. But this does not mean that the whole world is obliged to obey them.
    Just as Western companies find loopholes to circumvent "sanctions" (see Siemens and Turbines, for example), here too ... they will find.
    ..., non-residents will begin a massive drain of OFZ, which could instantly kill the Russian ruble

    Schaz-z-zzzz laughing
  21. Squint
    Squint 19 November 2017 16: 26 New
    +2
    The West has been fighting the ruble since the 90s, and the ruble is getting stronger and stronger. Hysteria about a public debt of 30%? So this money is invested by the West on the "development" of Russia and will be given according to the agreements. And Russia will become stronger from this. And there is no need to pay attention to frightening squeals. The Central Bank does not click seeds and know much more than the Pronkins, whose goal is to sow panic among the people. He does not need to be afraid of someone who has little money, and who of the moneybags at the call of Pronkin will take them abroad, he is at great risk. Breathe quietly, gentlemen!
  22. Rozinkov
    Rozinkov 19 November 2017 23: 52 New
    +1
    All our officials and rich keep their savings in euros and dollars. The ruble appreciation is not profitable for them. And the Central Bank, contrary to the law, where it is written that it should strengthen and protect the national currency, brings down the ruble. Sometimes on television, quite often we hear these words: the ruble has strengthened too much; the Central Bank needs to buy a dollar so that the dollar strengthens. And often I hear that the ruble needs to be blamed, otherwise our goods will not be bought. Why then the Americans do not knock down their dollar?
  23. Rozinkov
    Rozinkov 19 November 2017 23: 54 New
    +3
    Quote: ADmA_RUS
    Welcome to capitalism! You can’t make money, your personal problems. All! Socialism has ended, now everyone is for himself. You don’t owe what.
    And on my own behalf. An adult healthy man, with a desire of 30-40 rubles will always work.

    Immediately obvious, native Muscovite.
  24. Rozinkov
    Rozinkov 19 November 2017 23: 56 New
    +1
    Quote: ADmA_RUS
    Fin collapsed in Russia. system? No.
    Are reserves decreasing in Russia? No.
    In Russia, does the banking sector lose profitability? No.
    The number of issued epothec loans is growing in Russia? Yes, and so much so that the panicists have already sung songs about inflating the bubble.
    Whose Central Bank buys the most gold? Russian. Are you against buying gold? Do you mind the increase in gold reserves? Who runs the Central Bank?

    I am against the impoverishment of the people. And gold is increasing in the accounts of the wealthy rich.
  25. Penzyac
    Penzyac 20 November 2017 19: 42 New
    +1
    Quote: Captain Pushkin
    Quote: ADmA_RUS
    ADmA_RUS Today, 10:29 New
    What kind of bullshit?

    Bredyatina, this is Nabiulina at the head of the Central Bank of Russia, while Russia has declared war on annihilation.
    If the Central Bank of the Russian Federation was led, for example, by Senator McCain, then he, with all his will, was unlikely to be able to do Russia more harm than this lady.

    I don’t remember who said: "A terrible idiot can only be a helpful id ..." ...
  26. Oil oil
    Oil oil 21 November 2017 04: 35 New
    +1
    country gas station ... there is no money of their own, some tickets ... no bank of their own, the constitution is the same .... we keep money from both our and our own states .. so that a complete well ....
  27. Pasha
    Pasha 21 November 2017 18: 29 New
    0
    The US Treasury is preparing to kill the ruble.
    Yes, our own do not do bad.!
  28. Roman Malakhov
    Roman Malakhov 22 November 2017 15: 37 New
    0
    We have a state share of 17% of GDP, which is at 177th place in terms of the country's degree of nationalization, ... so the United States may look for a straw in its own eyes .... 30% of this debt is held by Western countries ... and who should? Somalia?