For the first time since the beginning of the 90s, oil prices collapsed by almost a third


Monday's trading became really landslide for the oil market. For the first time in almost three decades, oil prices collapsed by almost a third - by more than 31 percent.


So, the cost of the May futures of "black gold" amounted to 31 dollars 24 cents per barrel of Brent. The price of a barrel of Urals oil is even lower.

Experts note that such a sharp drop in oil prices is associated with the OPEC + deal, or rather, with Russia's exit from this deal. Recall that the deal expires on March 31, and the participants could not agree on an extension of the deadlines. According to reports, it was the Russian Federation that initiated the termination of the agreements.

Amid falling oil prices, the ruble has also fallen. The Russian currency fell in price against both the dollar and the euro. At the moment, the ruble is trading at around 82 units per euro and about 72 per US dollar.

Western experts are inclined to believe that in the near future a barrel of oil will break the psychological mark of $ 30 and may go even lower - towards the level of 25, or even $ 20 per barrel.

It is noted that if the OPEC + transaction is not extended or at least reformatted, then extremely low oil prices may persist for a long time.
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  1. Erich 9 March 2020 09: 36 New
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    The reason to continue to get off the oil needle))
    1. Insurgent 9 March 2020 09: 41 New
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      Forbes (USA): Russia has broken off one leg at the three-legged chair of the American shale industry


      David Blackmon

      For the past two and a half years, the American shale industry has had the opportunity to enjoy its oil boom thanks to the existence of a figurative three-legged chair that provided it with support. The three legs of this chair were:

      - The ability to legally export oil to other countries;

      - A valid license for the construction of pipelines and the use of hydraulic fracturing technologies;

      - The existence of the OPEC + deal, which limited the export volumes of other oil producing countries.

      Full article:
      https://inosmi.ru/economic/20200309/247012374.html
      1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 9 March 2020 09: 50 New
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        Probably having 20 million beggars, and more than half of the country is poor, with low wages in the country in general, and in the oil industry in particular, Russia can afford price wars to increase market share. In addition, in Russia you can always devalue the ruble.
        1. Thrall 9 March 2020 09: 58 New
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          Yesterday in Belarus for the first time in a long time, gasoline at a gas station did not go up by 1 kopek, as it happens every Sunday. If someone thought that it was affected by the collapse of oil quotes, it is deeply mistaken. Yesterday it was just March 8th and there was no one to change prices smile
          1. Stas157 9 March 2020 10: 06 New
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            Amid falling oil prices, the ruble has also fallen. The Russian currency has fallen in price against both the dollar and the euro. At the moment, the ruble is trading at around 82 units per euro and about 72 per US dollar.

            But here all our ears buzzed that Russia had left oil dependence! How so? But what about the statements of high officials that the ruble exchange rate does not depend more on the oil exchange rate (while oil was growing up to $ 75, and the ruble exchange rate was supposed to be 35-40 per dollar)?

            It looks like our ruble is only able to fall when oil prices change, but how not to grow! It's just some kind of divorce ... However, with gasoline a similar picture.
            1. sagitch 9 March 2020 10: 20 New
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              A cheap ruble is interesting to the government, you can throw off foreign currency for rubles, increase the ruble mass many times to send it to the regions. Salaries and budget expenditures are not tied to foreign currencies.
              1. Stas157 9 March 2020 10: 25 New
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                Quote: sagitch
                Cheap ruble is interesting to the government

                And to the people? If the government is not working for ordinary people, not for the people, then your comment is correct.
                1. Sahalinets 9 March 2020 11: 51 New
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                  Well hello, still do not understand this?
                2. Victor N 9 March 2020 12: 39 New
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                  For those who are not going to go abroad and are not critical of the jamon, the devaluation of the ruble is just an excuse to buy popcorn.
                  1. Pancho 9 March 2020 21: 08 New
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                    When almost everything in the country is imported and not for rubles, then the reason to buy popcorn is only from those who are near.
                3. Bshkaus 9 March 2020 13: 21 New
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                  And to the people?

                  And what about the people? Part of the people are also in chocolate!
                  For example, you have reached the rank of general at the military academy, you are probably well versed in military affairs and weapons, looking at the events that take place, you can roughly predict the further course of the situation, for example, the escalation in Idlib, which was clear already in early January.
                  And for two years I can’t move further than starling, I already have two planers for entering my personal file and a bunch of minuses (probably due to incompetence;).
                  And all from the fact that I read not only military topics, but also finance, for example.
                  There, too, there are similar "generals" and "corporals" who are more or less versed in the economic situation.
                  So, for everyone who is interested in economics and finance, it has long been clear about lowering oil prices and the euro / dollar jump, and for foreign investors this was not a “surprise” and everyone was preparing for this as expected.
                  In order not to be unfounded, here is a link to one of the articles, note that it was written in November last year. https://ostrovrusa.ru/prognoz-kursa-evro The article just refers to the jump in the euro at the beginning of the year above 80 rubles and the forecast for a further decline by the end of the year.
                  If we talk about the part of the people, which was also in chocolate, then one of its representatives is me))))
                  While everyone was watching Iran’s attacks on US bases, the spread of the coronavirus and the events in Idlib, I calmly bought hundreds and thousands of euros to the last penny without too much boom, watched the failures and bought the currency when it was in the lower plateau, on the 20th of January and finished by February 19th. The dynamics of the euro / dollar can be seen on the Yandex charts on the main page - this is not a military secret.
                  Personally, I am delighted with how much I have earned, all the same, everything will go to the construction of a reserve airfield in the suburbs of one of the European capitals, where I am going to yearn for birches and okushki in the river. If the state also worked, then I am happy for it))))))
                  1. Svetlana 9 March 2020 14: 37 New
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                    Write in short, do not have your own thoughts, keep up with everyone and become a "General" hi
                  2. Stas157 9 March 2020 15: 07 New
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                    Quote: Bshkaus
                    Personally, I am delighted with how much I earned.

                    Most likely they saved (remained at their own), but did not earn. To make money in foreign currency, it was necessary to take a loan in rubles and translate it into dollars (dollar securities). Or buy dollar-ruble futures. But personally, if I were in the dollar, I would already take profits.
                    1. Golovan Jack 9 March 2020 15: 26 New
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                      Quote: Stas157
                      To make money in foreign currency, it was necessary to take a loan in rubles and translate it into dollars (dollar securities). Or buy dollar-ruble futures

                      Your advice looks especially juicy next to your recent otokovleniya:

                      Quote: Stas157
                      I wanted to spend the summer with my family abroad. But with this course, the trip is already in question. Baby upset

                      How so? request wink laughing
                      1. Stas157 9 March 2020 17: 33 New
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                        Sharikov, but what is there that piquancy that I found?

                        Quote: Golovan Jack
                        Especially juicy your advice look next to your recent otkovleniya

                        And that was not advice. And I did not invest in dollars.

                        Do not mislead people. And stop spamming.
                      2. Golovan Jack 9 March 2020 17: 35 New
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                        All rude, "engineer"? wink

                        Quote: Stas157
                        And that was not advice

                        It looked exactly like advice.

                        Quote: Stas157
                        And I did not invest in dollars

                        This is understandable; you don’t even know how to do it. Nothing, rest in the homeland fosters patriotism. Good luck yes
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          2. atalef 9 March 2020 12: 39 New
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            Quote: sagitch
            A cheap ruble is interesting to the government, you can throw off foreign currency for rubles, increase the ruble mass many times to send it to the regions.

            great comment.
            The state with its reserves perfectly collects the harvest from the population.
            1. MMX
              MMX 9 March 2020 14: 29 New
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              Quote: atalef
              Quote: sagitch
              A cheap ruble is interesting to the government, you can throw off foreign currency for rubles, increase the ruble mass many times to send it to the regions.

              great comment.
              The state with its reserves perfectly collects the harvest from the population.


              The low rate encourages foreign manufacturers to invest in the development of production in the Russian Federation (this is a global practice). China, for example, artificially lowers the renminbi in order to withstand competition with other Asian countries for factories.
              1. atalef 9 March 2020 15: 53 New
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                Quote: MMX
                Quote: atalef
                Quote: sagitch
                A cheap ruble is interesting to the government, you can throw off foreign currency for rubles, increase the ruble mass many times to send it to the regions.

                great comment.
                The state with its reserves perfectly collects the harvest from the population.


                The low rate encourages foreign manufacturers to invest in the development of production in the Russian Federation (this is a global practice). China, for example, artificially lowers the renminbi in order to withstand competition with other Asian countries for factories.

                Who will invest in Russia?
                You are under sanctions
                1. MMX
                  MMX 9 March 2020 16: 04 New
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                  Quote: atalef
                  Quote: MMX
                  Quote: atalef
                  Quote: sagitch
                  A cheap ruble is interesting to the government, you can throw off foreign currency for rubles, increase the ruble mass many times to send it to the regions.

                  great comment.
                  The state with its reserves perfectly collects the harvest from the population.


                  The low rate encourages foreign manufacturers to invest in the development of production in the Russian Federation (this is a global practice). China, for example, artificially lowers the renminbi in order to withstand competition with other Asian countries for factories.

                  Who will invest in Russia?
                  You are under sanctions


                  The one who invests now. Check out the list. There are companies with a worldwide reputation. And they are not enough.
                  1. atalef 9 March 2020 17: 31 New
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                    Quote: MMX
                    The one who invests now. Check out the list. There are companies with a worldwide reputation. And they are not enough.

                    You can list and preferably with amounts. but for now

                    Net capital outflow from Russia since the beginning of the year has accelerated almost twice, the Central Bank said. Earlier, the head of the Accounts Chamber associated this with the case of the American investor Michael Calvey
                    The net capital outflow from Russia in January-May 2019 almost doubled - up to $ 35,2 billion compared to $ 18,9 billion for the same period last year, the Central Bank reports.
                    “The value of the indicator was formed mainly as a result of operations of banks and other sectors on the acquisition of foreign assets, while the contribution of changes in external liabilities was minimal,” the regulator notes.
                    In the 2018 year, the export of capital from Russia by the private sector, according to the Central Bank, amounted to $ 63,3 billion against $ 25,1 billion in the 2017 year.

                    Do you know what an outflow is? This is when they withdraw, not invest
                  2. MMX
                    MMX 10 March 2020 10: 33 New
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                    Quote: atalef
                    Quote: MMX
                    The one who invests now. Check out the list. There are companies with a worldwide reputation. And they are not enough.

                    You can list and preferably with amounts. but for now

                    Net capital outflow from Russia since the beginning of the year has accelerated almost twice, the Central Bank said. Earlier, the head of the Accounts Chamber associated this with the case of the American investor Michael Calvey
                    The net capital outflow from Russia in January-May 2019 almost doubled - up to $ 35,2 billion compared to $ 18,9 billion for the same period last year, the Central Bank reports.
                    “The value of the indicator was formed mainly as a result of operations of banks and other sectors on the acquisition of foreign assets, while the contribution of changes in external liabilities was minimal,” the regulator notes.
                    In the 2018 year, the export of capital from Russia by the private sector, according to the Central Bank, amounted to $ 63,3 billion against $ 25,1 billion in the 2017 year.

                    Do you know what an outflow is? This is when they withdraw, not invest


                    Please:
                    In recent years, such companies as Daimler, Toyota, Volkswagen Group, Hyundai, Renault, Nissan, Ariston, Samsung, AlGi, etc., etc. have opened their enterprises in the Russian Federation. Their name is Legion!

                    Regarding the outflow of capital: the bulk is the purchase of currency by the regulator.
                  3. atalef 10 March 2020 10: 55 New
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                    Quote: MMX
                    about the outflow of capital: the bulk - the purchase of foreign currency regulator

                    Have you carefully read your comment?
                    Quote: MMX
                    In 2018, the export of capital from Russia by the private sector, according to the Central Bank, amounted to $ 63,3 billion against $ 25,1 billion in 2017

                    Private capital is the key word.
                    The regulator (in your account) is the central bank of the Russian Federation - the fact that it is not private capital is clear even to a hedgehog

                    Quote: MMX
                    and in recent years, companies such as Daimler, Toyota, Volkswagen Group, Hyundai, Renault, Nissan, Ariston, Samsung, AlGi, etc., etc. have opened their enterprises in the Russian Federation. Their name is Legion!

                    I hope you have the same links to the legion - thanks wink
                    Preferably with the amount of investment. since I still love math, therefore, in order to see the positive dynamics, the inflow of capital should be at least higher than the outflow.
                    in 2018 they exported 63 billion dollars.
                    How much did your data invest?
                    at least in the same 2018
                  4. MMX
                    MMX 10 March 2020 11: 21 New
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                    Private capital is the key word.
                    The regulator (in your account) is the central bank of the Russian Federation - the fact that it is not private capital is clear even to a hedgehog


                    I read your:
                    The net capital outflow from Russia in January-May 2019 almost doubled - up to $ 35,2 billion compared to $ 18,9 billion for the same period last year, the Central Bank reports.

                    Where is it about private?

                    And further about banks, i.e. The main players in the withdrawal of assets are banking institutions, including Sberbank, which is an asset of the regulator (until its sale to the government is completed).

                    I hope you have the same links to the legion - thanks wink
                    Preferably with the amount of investment. since I still love math, therefore, in order to see the positive dynamics, the inflow of capital should be at least higher than the outflow.
                    in 2018 they exported 63 billion dollars.
                    How much did your data invest?
                    at least in the same 2018


                    Excuse me:


                    Balance of participation of foreign investors in Russian companies.

                    It is time.
                    Secondly, why do we have to take this for one year ??
                    For example, Daimler built a plant in the Russian Federation, invested, created jobs, pays taxes, provides a system of related suppliers. This system works in the country and benefits the country's economy for years to come. And so with all the enterprises that I called. Over the past 10 years, they have built many factories in the Russian Federation and invested funds.
        2. Misha Honest 9 March 2020 22: 07 New
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          Quote: MMX
          China, for example, artificially lowers the renminbi in order to withstand competition with other Asian countries for factories.

          At the same time, de facto, China itself produces all of its consumer goods - accordingly, their prices will not jump. Unlike the Russian Federation.
          1. MMX
            MMX 10 March 2020 10: 35 New
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            Quote: Misha Honest
            Quote: MMX
            China, for example, artificially lowers the renminbi in order to withstand competition with other Asian countries for factories.

            At the same time, de facto, China itself produces all of its consumer goods - accordingly, their prices will not jump. Unlike the Russian Federation.


            In 2016, oil was at $ 27. Where is the jump?
            1. Misha Honest 11 March 2020 14: 07 New
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              In the Russian Federation?
              It will be within a week - up to six months. In Russia, the Arctic fox always sneaks up unnoticed, like winter. laughing
    2. Vol4ara 9 March 2020 12: 44 New
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      Quote: sagitch
      A cheap ruble is interesting to the government, you can throw off foreign currency for rubles, increase the ruble mass many times to send it to the regions. Salaries and budget expenditures are not tied to foreign currencies.

      I xs what is attached there and what is not. But I clearly know one thing - when oil prices fall and the ruble falls, then prices for gasoline and for goods in the store, and indeed for everything, rise. Maybe someone is good, but I don’t, like the vast majority
      1. Grits 9 March 2020 14: 24 New
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        Quote: Vol4ara
        But I clearly know one thing - when oil prices fall and the ruble falls, then prices for gasoline and for goods in the store increase, and indeed for everything

        You are mistaken. Prices in stores rise when the price of oil falls and when the price of oil rises. And the prices for goods in the store also increase when the dollar rises and when the dollar falls.
        It's Russia...
    3. Machito 9 March 2020 19: 16 New
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      Oil rises in price - gas rises in price.
      Oil is getting cheaper - gas is getting more expensive.
      The price of gasoline in Russia does not depend on the price of oil.
      And the ruble exchange rate always falls so that people do not overgrow with fat.
      No money but you hold on laughing laughing laughing
    4. Erik 9 March 2020 21: 12 New
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      Yes? Pouring into my ears, well, this is so-so. A cheap ruble is beneficial for capital, because if it pushes a product (it doesn’t matter, a machine tool or a barrel of oil) over a hill, it pushes it for foreign currency. But s / n here pays in rubles. But the trouble is, imports are also not in rubles. Accordingly, the price!
    5. Misha Honest 9 March 2020 22: 02 New
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      Quote: sagitch
      Salaries and budget expenditures are not tied to foreign currencies.

      The fact of the matter is that salaries are not tied. But the prices of goods are tied.
  2. kjhg 9 March 2020 10: 24 New
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    Quote: Stas157
    It looks like our ruble is only able to fall when oil prices change, but how not to grow! It's just some kind of divorce ... However, with gasoline a similar picture.

    A strong ruble is beneficial to the people, and a weak ruble is beneficial to the oligarchy, big business and the ruling class serving their interests. Which interests do you think are more important? The answer is obvious. So we have what we have.
    1. Stas157 9 March 2020 11: 07 New
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      I wanted to spend the summer with my family abroad. But with this course, the trip is already in question. The child will be upset. Nothing, I’ll tell him - but the American shales will now collapse! We will be filled with patriotism from my grandmother in the garden.
      (Damn, if they don’t collapse? In any case, thanks to our government for a wise policy. And Putin just bow. At the feet!)
      1. Vol4ara 9 March 2020 12: 46 New
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        Quote: Stas157
        I wanted to spend the summer with my family abroad. But with this course, the trip is already in question. The child will be upset. Nothing, I’ll tell him - but the American shales will now collapse! We will be filled with patriotism from my grandmother in the garden.
        (Damn, if they don’t collapse? In any case, thanks to our government for a wise policy. And Putin just bow. At the feet!)

        I wonder how the real estate market will react
    2. sagitch 9 March 2020 11: 25 New
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      The State Duma has already adopted an amendment to the Constitution on the prohibition of owning property abroad. They think of themselves, only of their own well-being. And if a deputy has real estate beyond the hill, he becomes dependent, because in which case they can deprive her. Maybe someone will launch a petition on the mandatory introduction of this amendment into the constitution.
      1. Victor N 9 March 2020 12: 43 New
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        The State Duma is still not accepting anything, we are waiting for March 10th. And Putin confirmed the restriction for deputies and employees.
  3. Evil543 9 March 2020 10: 33 New
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    MOSCOW, Mar 9 - RIA News. The Norwegian krone has fallen to a record low against the dollar, euro and the British pound after the collapse in oil prices on the night of Sunday to Monday, the economic newspaper E24 reports.

    Not alone caught us
    1. kapitan92 9 March 2020 12: 15 New
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      Quote: Evil543
      Not alone caught us

      At the moment, the ruble is trading at around 82 units per euro and about 72 per US dollar.

      Type Bid Ask Chg. Chg.% Time
      USD / RUB 74.072 74.082 +5.510 +8.04 12:14:08
      EUR / RUB 84.282 84.302 +6.899 +8.92
      Forex data at 12:14 days
      1. kapitan92 9 March 2020 23: 40 New
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        Type Bid Ask Chg. Chg.% Time
        USD / RUB 74.578 74.588 +6.016 +8.77 23:37:05
        EUR / RUB 85.367 85.387 +7.984 +10.32 23:37:03
        Brent 34.23 34.26 -11.25 -24.74 23:38:04
        Light 30.82 30.85 -10.67 -25.72 23:38:04
        Forex data on currency and oil at 23:38 (Moscow)
        The news is still bleak.
    2. Amateur 9 March 2020 12: 48 New
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      The Norwegian Krone fell to a record low against the dollar, euro and the British pound after the collapse of oil prices on the night of Sunday to Monday,

      Well, GDP, well, radish (a bad person)
  4. Kronos 9 March 2020 11: 16 New
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    Just the ruble as the currency has long been at the level of the Zimbabwe dollar
  5. krillon 9 March 2020 11: 30 New
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    Well, the price of oil is falling, but remember where they are trying to compensate for losses in the domestic market. Getting ready for another increase in fuel prices?
  6. Minipig79 9 March 2020 12: 55 New
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    Well, you are like a child, right! What is the article of the law, according to which any prikryt bears at least some responsibility for promises or statements))))
  7. www3 9 March 2020 13: 35 New
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    there were also statements - if the price of oil falls below $ 80, then the global economy will collapse))
  8. Po-tzan 9 March 2020 13: 55 New
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    The greatest economist explained that selling goods for one US dollar, we now get twice as many rubles. Revenues to the budget increased.
    Those. we go along the path of Zimbabwe, where you get hurt at all, they sell goods for 1 US dollar, and get 361900 zibbambian tugriks for it - their budget revenues are also hurt as they increase, all go billionaires laughing



  9. Alf
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    Quote: Stas157
    It looks like our ruble is only able to fall when oil prices change, but how not to grow!

  • knn54 9 March 2020 10: 31 New
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    Coronavirus-slowing production-, recession in energy consumption-cheaper oil and gas-STRENGTHENING / GROWING BACKS,
    And with fuel and lubricants in general, a “win-win” option is either oil is getting more expensive or the dollar is growing in relation to the national currency.
  • maiman61 9 March 2020 11: 12 New
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    They were not able to change prices!
  • Svarog 9 March 2020 12: 08 New
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    Yesterday in Belarus for the first time in a long time, gasoline at a gas station did not go up by 1 kopek, as it happens every Sunday. If someone thought that this was affected by the collapse of oil quotes, it is deeply mistaken. Yesterday it was just March 8th and there was no one to change prices smile

    But in Russia now prices for everything will skyrocket ..
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      That was the irony. The RB trailer always flies for the Russian Federation, only lower and deeper.
    2. Alf
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      Quote: Svarog
      But in Russia now prices for everything will skyrocket ..

      Vladimir, how can you say that? They just said on a zombopanel that in the price of goods the energy part is quite small and the price increase due to the stake ... no one will notice a drop in the cost of oil. Don't you believe government assurances? Then you are an agent of the State Department, a follower of the bulk and fifth column.
      1. Svarog 9 March 2020 19: 18 New
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        Quote: Alf
        They just said on a zombopanel that in the price of goods the energy part is very small and the price increase due to the stake ... no one will notice a drop in the cost of oil. Don't you believe government assurances? Then you are an agent of the State Department, a follower of the bulk and fifth column.

        Unfortunately, yes, we now consider all sensibles to be an agent of the State Department and others .. now, in a favor, they have gone awry, in my opinion, these people are clearly not very robust .. but still mostly sponsored either by the content of today's "managers". .
  • Fantazer911 9 March 2020 14: 06 New
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    Interestingly, ours will throw off the price of gas, or will it be 17 rubles 92?
  • Monster_Fat 9 March 2020 10: 12 New
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    Oh, that tomorrow will be at the auction on the "wooden" on the exchanges! Already, now at Forex 72,8 (already most likely higher, quotes are changing before our eyes) are “wooden” for “Baku,” while Tinkov’s sale is $ = 74,6. And then, still, will be! It seems that the KhPP by not signing the agreement with OPEC (resentment, revenge for intrigues with SP-2, etc.) will lead to an even greater “victory over poverty” in Russia. laughing True, the joke is that the authorities are even in the “plus” - all its “nest egg” in currency, and social obligations in rubles — the cheaper the ruble, the less currency is spent from the egg caps to fulfill social obligations to the plebs. True, I’m even afraid to think what will happen to prices in Russia now, especially for imports and gasoline. I don’t think that food prices will rise much — the people in Russia are poor, nobody really has any money, so they won’t be able to bullshit food prices. But the fact that imported and with the participation of imports is made, it will skyrocket in price, though no one will buy it, there will be no money for it ....- but there is no demand, that means this is new ruin, big unemployment, etc. Gasoline, in theory, with a drop in oil prices should fall in price, but not in Russia! In Russia, it will only go up with the fall in oil prices and the depreciation of the ruble, which means it will rise in price now. In short, the Russians are waiting for the next “funny times" - but it’s nothing, nothing that the Kremlin shot themselves in the foot, the main thing is that the "State Department" will be bad (probably, in any case, they think so, like "killed a slate, yeah) wink But this is all garbage, most importantly, do not forget to "vote" correctly for "changes in the Constitution", you can not read them, they say as many as 300 !, be sure that everything will be "changed" correctly for you. yes hi
    1. At Derebasovskaya 9 March 2020 10: 17 New
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      In Russia, according to your words, the rich Kremlin and poor Russians, white and black, are you ashamed to write such a country ??
      1. Xenofont 9 March 2020 10: 38 New
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        His country is Zaluzhi, and our country is completely hateful to him. The "citizen of the Universe" without clan and tribe rejoices over the gloomy prospects ...
        1. At Derebasovskaya 9 March 2020 10: 41 New
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          Rather, it’s the “citizens of the universe” who will end up with gloomy prospects in history; there are enough examples of this, they then truthfully chose the side that eventually fled to themselves and threw these citizens to their own devices and was not enviable to take into account))
          1. Minipig79 9 March 2020 12: 59 New
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            I understand that the Russian language is not native? I did not understand anything from your set of words.
            1. At Derebasovskaya 9 March 2020 18: 55 New
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              native sit commas
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                Sit with your family, squeeze the seeds.
                1. At Derebasovskaya 9 March 2020 19: 15 New
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                  Are you raving ?? Did I ask my native Russian for me? I wrote that my native language, what seeds are you talking about?
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        So I wrote the truth
      3. atalef 9 March 2020 12: 41 New
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        In Russia, according to your words, the rich Kremlin and poor Russians, white and black, are you ashamed to write such a country ??

        Is truth really embarrassing?
        1. At Derebasovskaya 9 March 2020 19: 10 New
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          It is true what to call all Russians beggars? The last daedaesh leather boot? well, he considers himself a beggar who gave the right to call everyone else beggars ??? There are relatives in Russia I have not heard from them that in Russia everyone would be paupers, the word is something offensive
    2. Golovan Jack 9 March 2020 10: 31 New
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      Quote: Monster_Fat
      ... Russians are waiting for the next “funny times" - but it’s nothing, nothing that the Kremlin shot themselves in the foot, the main thing is that the "State Department" will be bad (probably, in any case, they think so, like "killed a shale, yeah) .. .

      Oh, and the Amer’s trolls got out ... spring, it seems, nature comes to life laughing

      And you, my friend, but there all walk upside down tongue

      Slate, by the way, will die at 35 per barrel, this is an objective reality. And this is not our joy - this is your sadness. Buddy wink
      1. Blackmokona 9 March 2020 10: 58 New
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        Fed slate compensates if the US wants
      2. Morrrow 9 March 2020 11: 21 New
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        Shale has been buried for 10 years
      3. Minipig79 9 March 2020 13: 01 New
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        Describe also how an ordinary American will feel whether the shale dies on itself or not. Do you know the answer? No way at all! In general, nothing will change, except for cheaper fuel. And compare with the reaction in the Russian Federation.
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          Quote: Minipig79
          And compare with the reaction in the Russian Federation.

          Compare. It will be interesting to read. And then compare your comparison with reality;)
    3. New Year day 9 March 2020 10: 43 New
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      Quote: Monster_Fat
      with the participation of imports, it will take off in price, though nobody will buy it

      Let's start with simple medication. They are called ours because of the packing of tablets in paper boxes, which means they will take off, Lada, for example, the percentage of components from behind the mound is 60-70, so they will take off. And so it is possible on almost the entire list
    4. 16329 9 March 2020 10: 57 New
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      The fall of the ruble will not be strong and long-lasting, the ruble will grow again, during this time additional billions will be earned on the exchange rate difference to the budget to cover social programs, real estate will fall in price, well, or at least for some time it will not grow, etc.

      Well, in the long run, the rise in price of Russian imports is profitable, these are new industries and investments, and a gradual decrease in dependence on the same imports.
      1. Minipig79 9 March 2020 13: 08 New
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        And what do you mean by long-term fall? In 2014, it didn’t seem to be long either, it fell to 65 and that’s it. Didn’t you feel on income and expenses?
        1. 16329 10 March 2020 21: 59 New
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          You see, already today the rate has bounced back a bit, most likely within six months it will stabilize on the Euro around 78 = 79 in the summer it will still decline
          And then with the exchange rate of Euro 68 - 69 and USD 50-55 oil, import begins to put a lot of pressure, so it seems to me
    5. Nyrobsky 9 March 2020 11: 19 New
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      Quote: Monster_Fat
      Oh, that tomorrow will be at the auction on the "wooden" on the exchanges! Already, now at Forex 72,8 (already most likely higher, quotes are changing before our eyes) are “wooden” for “Baku,” while Tinkov’s sale is $ = 74,6. And then, still, will be! It seems that the KhPP by not signing the agreement with OPEC (resentment, revenge for intrigues with SP-2, etc.) will lead to an even greater "victory over poverty" ................:
      Yes, do not care. The Japanese give 100 yen for green, they burst rice, drink sake and do not buzz. And no matter how we survive this drop, we still buy bread in the store for rubles, and not for currency, and he (bread) as it was 20 rubles for a loaf, it will be so.
      1. Vol4ara 9 March 2020 12: 49 New
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        Quote: Nyrobsky
        Quote: Monster_Fat
        Oh, that tomorrow will be at the auction on the "wooden" on the exchanges! Already, now at Forex 72,8 (already most likely higher, quotes are changing before our eyes) are “wooden” for “Baku,” while Tinkov’s sale is $ = 74,6. And then, still, will be! It seems that the KhPP by not signing the agreement with OPEC (resentment, revenge for intrigues with SP-2, etc.) will lead to an even greater "victory over poverty" ................:
        Yes, do not care. The Japanese give 100 yen for green, they burst rice, drink sake and do not buzz. And no matter how we survive this drop, we still buy bread in the store for rubles, and not for currency, and he (bread) as it was 20 rubles for a loaf, it will be so.

        Of course it will, only now it will be from bran and flour of the 3rd grade
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          Quote: Vol4ara

          Of course it will, only now it will be from bran and flour of the 3rd grade

          In the past, a drop from 36 to 80 rubles for green things was not noticed. In the end, more bran - less carbohydrates - a slimmer figure - less stress on the heart and joints. Try to find a positive moment in everything hi
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          Of course it will, only now it will be from bran and flour 3rd grade

          They say it’s even more useful.
      2. Minipig79 9 March 2020 13: 10 New
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        Keep your whole family on bread and water? And when one is a 5-month-old child, and the second three-year-old, what sport of bread do you recommend feeding them?
        1. Nyrobsky 9 March 2020 13: 57 New
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          Keep your whole family on bread and water? And when one 5 month old baby, and the second three year old, what sports advise bread to feed them?
          Poor children, do they grow on your “sports” breads or something? You at least occasionally spoil them with milk. Those who survived the 90s, without salaries, with empty shops and during the period of hyperinflation, simply do not understand your “concern”, because then they really did not know what to feed the children. You probably didn’t live well either.
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            If you even knew a little about this topic (diapers, baby purees for feeding, mixes, bottles, nipples, coveralls), you would see some correlation between the prices of goods for children and the exchange rate.
            And feed the piglets or yourself with milk, they don’t feed the children (I’ll tell you a secret).
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              And feed the piglets or yourself with milk, they don’t feed children (I’ll tell you a secret).

              Rude please? What, not even a drop of mother’s milk has passed to your children? Immediately, bypassing the bite, they planted it on bread and meatballs?
    6. krillon 9 March 2020 11: 34 New
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      And for you? From which country are you happy for us?
    7. kapitan92 9 March 2020 12: 32 New
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      Quote: Monster_Fat
      nothing that the Kremlin shot themselves in the foot, the main thing is that the "State Department" will be bad (probably, in any case, they think so, like "killed a slate," yeah)

      laughing
    8. Paranoid50 9 March 2020 13: 20 New
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      Oh what will be tomorrow

      Oh, the bed restraint stole - it's time to hang out in the sun. wassat Yes, not a damn thing. yes Truly, if mother nature has offended the brains, then the new owners will not give a loan, even if it snakes. And, after all, which is characteristic, this is a "miracle" and the like, in which case, they will be the first to go to the expense - such is the fate of any corrupt misunderstanding. And there will be no turning back - that's sadness, right? laughing
    9. www3 9 March 2020 13: 38 New
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      this is another hpp-shoot yourself in the leg, in the hope that the ov knee will hurt)
  • major147 9 March 2020 11: 14 New
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    Quote: Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
    Russia can afford price wars to increase market share.

    If you do not look a little ahead, then in Russia there will be 100 million beggars when they impose sanctions against the oil industry and gas .....
  • Paranoid50 9 March 2020 11: 35 New
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    Quote: Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
    Probably having 20 million beggars, and more than half of the country is poor,

    Apparently, one of 20 million writes. wink laughing
    1. Golovan Jack 9 March 2020 11: 56 New
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      Quote: Paranoid50
      Apparently, one of 20 million writes

      Moreover, judging by the comments, there are thousands of them belay

      Welcome hi
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        Quote: Golovan Jack
        there are thousands of them

        Mutually, below again greeted. hi No, only a few dozen, and the "carousel" creates a "crowd effect". yes
    2. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 9 March 2020 12: 22 New
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      Quote: Paranoid50
      Apparently, one of 20 million writes.

      According to Rosstat, in the first quarter of 2019, the number of poor people amounted to 20,9 million people (14,3% of the population). What they call poverty is essentially extreme poverty, income below the subsistence level. More than a quarter (26%) of children under the age of 18 live in families with a cash income below the subsistence level (according to 2017 data), it follows from the results of the Rosstat study “Socio-economic indicators of poverty” (posted July 31, 2019). The problem of child poverty is especially acute in rural areas. At the end of 2017, 45% of children living in rural areas grew up in low-income families, according to Rosstat.

      1. Fikys 11 March 2020 13: 09 New
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        Do you know what criteria Rosstat evaluates "poverty"? If according to the level of “white” incomes, then these figures and do not closely reflect reality, especially in the countryside.
  • Svarog 9 March 2020 12: 07 New
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    Quote: Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
    Probably having 20 million beggars, and more than half of the country poor, with low wages in the country in general, and in the oil industry in particular, Russia can afford price wars to increase market share

    Of course they can .. they’re thinking about their own pocket, not 20 ml .. beggars.
  • UserGun 9 March 2020 12: 08 New
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    Quote: Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
    In addition, in Russia you can always devalue the ruble.


    Under the somewhat dull mantras of the brightest leader that "budgets will be filled" and the kingdom of heaven will come)))
  • Private89 9 March 2020 13: 21 New
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    Capitalism always resolves its contradictions at the expense of the population!
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    I would believe it if the price at the gas station would fall by at least 20% ... And so, you sit and think - even if the price remained at the same level and there was no reason - any fluctuation (and it doesn’t matter which way) to the rise in price of gasoline - idiocy ....
  • edasko 9 March 2020 09: 53 New
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    Yes, we are just super! Destroyed the American shale industry! (it seems to have been destroyed before) Just look at the dollar today. And it seems to me that the other day gasoline will rise in price and much more. And then, as you know, cheaper is not accepted. And why are we happy? Rosneft and Sechin may benefit, but what about us?
    1. Dmitry Donskoy 9 March 2020 10: 09 New
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      The big game has begun. Its goal is to get off the oil needle completely. After the holidays, we will adjust the course, and then we’ll look at what the new government is good for. repeat
      1. tech3030 9 March 2020 10: 26 New
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        One-player game. Rather, in one wallet, my thinner and thinner.
      2. New Year day 9 March 2020 10: 43 New
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        Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
        Her goal is to get off the oil needle completely

        The USSR got off the needle in the same situation?
        1. 16329 9 March 2020 11: 06 New
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          The Soviet Union had a penny of foreign trade in hard currency and all the tales about the influence of oil prices on the collapse of the USSR are stupid propaganda
          The USSR was simply opened as canned food for the world market in order to avoid global crisis phenomena in the economy in the context of the confrontation of the two systems
          1. New Year day 9 March 2020 11: 16 New
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            The Soviet Union had a penny of foreign trade in hard currency

            The share of revenues from the sale of fuel and electricity in the budget of the USSR did not exceed 10,3%, and on average for the period from 1980 to 1990 it was about 8%.
            Now: from 2010 to 2014, the share of oil and gas revenues increased and in 2014 reached its maximum - 51%. According to the results of the federal budget execution in January-February 2016, the share of oil and gas revenues in the total revenue amounted to only 37,4%.
            1. Ka-52 10 March 2020 14: 23 New
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              Now: from 2010 to 2014, the share of oil and gas revenues increased and in 2014 reached its maximum - 51%.

              somehow you are stuck in "now." Outside 2020, and you still have 2014 now laughing this is how "true arguments" are born
              According to the results of the federal budget execution in January-February 2016, the share of oil and gas revenues in the total revenue amounted to only 37,4%.

              oh, poor Norway. After all, it also has 32% of the budget generated from oil and gas production. But liberals do not like to talk about it when they write about the "oil needle"
        2. Minipig79 9 March 2020 13: 15 New
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          The Dobrezhnev Soviet Union had no oil needle. And starting from Brezhnev, the elite about the future of the country no longer bothered.
      3. JD1979 9 March 2020 11: 21 New
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        Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
        The big game has begun. Its goal is to get off the oil needle completely.

        The construction of new pipelines, hi SP-2 and others, construction of Aframax type tankers, hi superyards for them sharpened by them, the construction and expansion of LNG terminals in ports and gas liquefaction plants contribute especially to getting off an oil and gas needle. Right now, how to tear and yes for the very tomatoes))).
      4. krops777 9 March 2020 12: 54 New
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        The big game has begun. Its goal is to get off the oil needle completely.


        And Russia started this game, let's not guess, wait and see, maybe it's in the Middle East.
    2. Stas157 9 March 2020 10: 16 New
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      Quote: edasko
      Just take a look at the dollar today. And it seems to me that the other day gasoline will rise in price and much more. And then, as you know, cheaper is not accepted.

      Here it is the price of the entire powerful Russian economy and Putin's stability. Wooden falls from any blow, be it sanctions, be it viruses, be it the change in oil prices.
      1. 16329 9 March 2020 11: 01 New
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        What howled, you all want to increase production, reduce dependence on the world market and oil exports, this time is coming.
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        2. Kronos 9 March 2020 11: 18 New
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          It’s just that this doesn’t happen, but the ruble simply falls
        3. Leshy1975 9 March 2020 11: 46 New
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          Quote: 16329
          What howled, you all want to increase production, reduce dependence on the world market and oil exports, this time is coming.

          Uncle, what haven’t you done before? Or did someone at the very top wait until the "roasted rooster" pecked in one place? And what about the statement by fans of the megagalactic megastrateg and the winner of the 90s devastation that he boosted the Russian economy? After all, how many times did you, his fans, have been told that all Putin’s "merit" was only that he was lucky with energy prices. And why did you spit and argue. If he, your everything, acknowledged this (source Gazeta.ru):
          Владимир Путин recognized that the dependence of the Russian economy on oil and gas is reflected in the real incomes of Russians. According to him, the fall in energy prices leads to stagnation of incomes and this needs to be changed. However, the head of state emphasized that at the click of a finger this cannot be achieved.

          PS New interpretation of the Nutcracker tale:
          Years of rule lasted longer, clicks rang out louder. So far, the country has not been clicked at all. sad
          1. UserGun 9 March 2020 12: 19 New
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            Quote: Leshy1975
            New interpretation of the Nutcracker tale:


            I would say a fairy tale about a bull)))
          2. krops777 9 March 2020 13: 08 New
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            Years of rule lasted longer, clicks rang out louder. Until the country was snapped at all


            The country would have been clicked in the 2000m if it weren’t for Putin, and then objectively they lived a lot worse than now.
            1. Stas157 9 March 2020 14: 44 New
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              The country would be crashed in 2000m if not for Putin, and then they lived objectively much worse than now.

              Favorite tale of the Zaputinians! Then in 1999 Primakov was the prime minister, and if he became president, that gold-oil rain that had unexpectedly fallen on Russia would not have passed without a trace. And certainly it would have been no worse than Putin! Putin stupidly missed a great opportunity. The economy as it was on the oil needle and sits. And Putin has been dreaming of jerks and breakthroughs for 20 years.
      2. Svarog 9 March 2020 12: 27 New
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        Quote: Stas157
        Here it is the price of the entire powerful Russian economy and Putin's stability. Wooden falls from any blow, be it sanctions, be it viruses, be it the change in oil prices.

        This stability is accelerating .. soon the 90s will seem stability ..
      3. 16329 10 March 2020 22: 02 New
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        Global economic processes are not “sneezes”, the ruble is not wooden, but the normal currency
    3. major147 9 March 2020 11: 16 New
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      Quote: edasko
      and we?

      And when the Americans impose sanctions against the Russian oil industry and other things, what will you say?
    4. Vasily Ponomarev 9 March 2020 12: 07 New
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      Quote: Stas157
      Amid falling oil prices, the ruble has also fallen. The Russian currency has fallen in price against both the dollar and the euro. At the moment, the ruble is trading at around 82 units per euro and about 72 per US dollar.

      But here all our ears buzzed that Russia had left oil dependence! How so? But what about the statements of high officials that the ruble exchange rate does not depend more on the oil exchange rate (while oil was growing up to $ 75, and the ruble exchange rate was supposed to be 35-40 per dollar)?

      It looks like our ruble is only able to fall when oil prices change, but how not to grow! It's just some kind of divorce ... However, with gasoline a similar picture.

  • 9PA
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    Only this is our common chair.
  • Vasily Ponomarev 9 March 2020 12: 02 New
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    Quote: Insurgent
    Forbes (USA): Russia has broken off one leg at the three-legged chair of the American shale industry


    David Blackmon

    For the past two and a half years, the American shale industry has had the opportunity to enjoy its oil boom thanks to the existence of a figurative three-legged chair that provided it with support. The three legs of this chair were:

    - The ability to legally export oil to other countries;

    - A valid license for the construction of pipelines and the use of hydraulic fracturing technologies;

    - The existence of the OPEC + deal, which limited the export volumes of other oil producing countries.

    Full article:
    https://inosmi.ru/economic/20200309/247012374.html

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      Vasily Ponomarev, thanks! He laughed heartily at the video))) Petrosyan is resting! )))
  • atalef 9 March 2020 12: 38 New
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    Forbes (USA): Russia has broken off one leg at the three-legged chair of the American shale industry

    laughed - the USA will live without oil (shale) and when it is necessary it will start to produce it again.
    But what will Rossmiya do with such oil prices?
    1. MMX
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      Quote: atalef
      Forbes (USA): Russia has broken off one leg at the three-legged chair of the American shale industry

      laughed - the USA will live without oil (shale) and when it is necessary it will start to produce it again.
      But what will Rossmiya do with such oil prices?


      He laughed - taking into account the fact that all development of shale oil is for investors' money or borrowed ... And so, yeah, they will certainly wait, pause and then they will start to mine again at the click of a finger wassat
      1. atalef 9 March 2020 15: 51 New
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        Quote: MMX
        Quote: atalef
        Forbes (USA): Russia has broken off one leg at the three-legged chair of the American shale industry

        laughed - the USA will live without oil (shale) and when it is necessary it will start to produce it again.
        But what will Rossmiya do with such oil prices?


        He laughed - taking into account the fact that all development of shale oil is for investors' money or borrowed ... And so, yeah, they will certainly wait, pause and then they will start to mine again at the click of a finger wassat

        Of course, investors, so what?
        Shale oil is not a budget-forming industry.
        The entire state economy benefits from falling oil prices.
        1. MMX
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          Quote: atalef
          Quote: MMX
          Quote: atalef
          Forbes (USA): Russia has broken off one leg at the three-legged chair of the American shale industry

          laughed - the USA will live without oil (shale) and when it is necessary it will start to produce it again.
          But what will Rossmiya do with such oil prices?


          He laughed - taking into account the fact that all development of shale oil is for investors' money or borrowed ... And so, yeah, they will certainly wait, pause and then they will start to mine again at the click of a finger wassat

          Of course, investors, so what?
          Shale oil is not a budget-forming industry.
          The entire state economy benefits from falling oil prices.


          That is, the whole industry will die out, and the country's economy will benefit from this ?????????? wassat
          1. atalef 9 March 2020 16: 34 New
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            Quote: MMX

            That is, the whole industry will die out, and the country's economy will benefit from this ????????

            Well, firstly, this is not a mammoth, it will not die out, and secondly, of course, there are plenty of such cases.
            Sometimes the death of one industry as a result of competition and falling prices - have a positive effect on the economy of the country as a whole
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              Quote: atalef
              Quote: MMX

              That is, the whole industry will die out, and the country's economy will benefit from this ????????

              Well, firstly, this is not a mammoth, it will not die out, and secondly, of course, there are plenty of such cases.
              Sometimes the death of one industry as a result of competition and falling prices - have a positive effect on the economy of the country as a whole


              With such conclusions, there are generally solid pluses for everyone))))
              Especially jubilant businessmen-investors in shale oil good
          2. edasko 9 March 2020 16: 54 New
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            The states only recently began to extract their own oil again, before that it was cherished. Shale is not such an industry, one of the methods of oil production in general. The less they get it right now, the more it will remain for later, they live so well :)
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              Quote: edasko
              The states only recently began to extract their own oil again, before that it was cherished. Shale is not such an industry, one of the methods of oil production in general. The less they get it right now, the more it will remain for later, they live so well :)

              Yes, it is precisely those who feel great who invested in the production and development of shale oil)))
  • New Year day 9 March 2020 11: 12 New
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    The reason to continue to get off the oil needle))

    The refusal to reduce oil production in the framework of the transaction with OPEC was lobbied by the head of Rosneft, Igor Sechin.
    A fall in world oil prices will entail a decrease in the cost of the Russian brand of Urals oil: in the budget for 2020, the price per barrel was set at 42,4 dollars. “This level cannot be exactly called comfortable for Russia: at a price of $ 30 Russia faces a budget deficit and devaluation, talk will begin about increasing the tax burden for oil companies,” said the analyst.
    A drop in oil prices by $ 10 adds 0,2-0,25% of GDP to the US economy, which Trump is happy with.
    1. Andrey.AN 9 March 2020 12: 01 New
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      If the dollar has risen in price by 10%, they won’t print, on the contrary, 10% of dollars have become redundant in trade operations and the United States will have to raise the rate to prevent devaluation, the competitiveness of American goods is 10% lower, 10% of the American economy and GDP goes down, American debt grows 10% faster and immediately weighs 10% more.
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        Quote: Andrey.AN
        If the dollar has risen in price by 10%, they won’t print, on the contrary, 10% of dollars have become redundant in trade operations and the United States will have to raise the rate to prevent devaluation, the competitiveness of American goods is 10% lower, 10% of the American economy and GDP goes down, American debt grows 10% faster and immediately weighs 10% more.

        What kind of nonsense?
        This ruble is falling, the dollar remains the same
        1. Andrey.AN 9 March 2020 17: 21 New
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          We can assume that the dollar is the same, I think the oil is the same.
    2. major147 9 March 2020 13: 37 New
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      “This level cannot be called comfortable for Russia

      And the sanctions on our oil industry and gas will knock out 9 trillion rubles from the budget. As then?
    3. edasko 9 March 2020 16: 59 New
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      I didn’t understand something. Sechin said that for OPEC, we will not reduce production anymore, but we will produce more. Immediately, oil fell in price, because there will be a lot of it. The dollar is already creeping towards 90. And where is the benefit to us? I alone did not understand anything? Can Sechin only profit? Or are they waiting for a reason to raise the price of gasoline?
  • Konstantin Shevchenko 9 March 2020 12: 05 New
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    Write this to the Saudis and the Americans.
  • Victor N 9 March 2020 12: 32 New
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    The task is to strengthen Russia's position in the energy market, the time has been chosen correctly, to reduce consumption.
    1. edasko 9 March 2020 17: 00 New
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      Victor n - and who is cutting back? Russia seems to be going to increase, no?
  • loki565 10 March 2020 05: 50 New
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    Rather, on the contrary, an attempt to preserve its oil market and bury all the green development of alternative energy, shale gas, etc. When Greta Tunberg was made the man of the year, it became clear that traditional players in the oil industry would be forced out of the market)))
  • Aleks2048 9 March 2020 09: 39 New
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    I think that on Tuesday and Wednesday there will be a course correction and in the long term the price tag for a Brent barrel will be set at 35.
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      Quote: Alex2048
      I think that on Tuesday and Wednesday there will be a course correction and in the long term the price tag for a Brent barrel will be set at 35.

      If the truth is so, then the American “shale” was not particularly lucky.
      1. Krasnodar 9 March 2020 09: 54 New
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        Amerskoe economy will survive this specifically - I welcome! hi
        1. Golovan Jack 9 March 2020 10: 01 New
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          Quote: Krasnodar
          welcome

          Wow. I haven’t been a month, but everything’s like it’s old ... well, such a hell, but stability laughing

          Quote: Krasnodar
          American economy will survive this specifically

          So ours will survive. And we will survive. Inevitably request
          1. Krasnodar 9 March 2020 10: 04 New
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            Here you missed the most important event of the year - the return of Mikhan in your rank for exactly two hours - on this day, unfortunately, Israel was once again meanly, because of the Lebanese corner, it stabbed our Syrian comrades in the back)).
          2. Paranoid50 9 March 2020 11: 59 New
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            Quote: Golovan Jack
            everything is like old ...

            At last... laughing hi Yes, everything is still the same: the swamp is boiling, but it smells. yes
        2. sabakina 9 March 2020 10: 16 New
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          Quote: Krasnodar
          Amerskoe economy will survive this specifically - I welcome! hi

          At the beginning of the XX century, in order to survive the Great Depression, they unleashed WWII. Did Alexander Matrosov draw on the feat?
          1. Krasnodar 9 March 2020 10: 22 New
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            WWII are they too? laughing
            I thought Hitler with the connivance of the Europeans, who hoped to deal with his hands with the Bolsheviks. And the depression in the States ended in 1939 completely - not at all thanks to the war that began in September hi
            1. sabakina 9 March 2020 10: 40 New
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              Quote: Krasnodar
              WWII are they too? laughing
              I thought Hitler with the connivance of the Europeans, who hoped to deal with his hands with the Bolsheviks. And the depression in the States ended in 1939 completely - not at all thanks to the war that began in September hi

              In the film “The Duma of Kovpak” there are remarkable footage of a newsreel of the railway train with Shell tanks with German crosses. Don’t just say that the Wehrmacht captured them in a battle in the Atlantic Ocean!
              P.S. You need to think less, and think more!
              1. Krasnodar 9 March 2020 11: 39 New
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                M-dya - a killer fact))
                And the USSR did not trade with them until the end of June 1941 laughing
      2. Vadivak 9 March 2020 10: 02 New
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        Quote: Golovan Jack
        If this is true, then the American "slate" is specifically unlucky

        According to FIG.
        The main export products of the American economy are products of the IT technology industry, airplanes, medical products, automobiles, and food products.
        1. Golovan Jack 9 March 2020 10: 05 New
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          Quote: Vadivak
          They do not care

          Goss ... I'm not so alternatively gifted as to predict another collapse of the American economy. But the offices that extract shale can soon become specifically sour.

          I only about it request

          Quote: Vadivak
          airplanes, cars

          Bucks from them is the main export product laughing
          1. WIKI 9 March 2020 10: 37 New
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            Quote: Golovan Jack
            But the offices that extract shale can soon become specifically sour.

            And some, who are head over heels in the market, and not on TV, believe that a drop in oil is beneficial for large oil companies that support Trump. For example, Exon Mobil has $ 30 worth of shale oil production. It is very difficult to squeeze the business out of small shales at a low interest rate. The only option is to bankrupt them by dropping the oil.
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              Quote: WIKI
              Exon Mobil has a shale oil production cost of $ 30

              Surprise proof? You can in angelic, I own yes
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                Why bought it.
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                  Quote: WIKI
                  Why bought

                  Thank you, of course, but it does not pull to the proof.
      3. Deck 9 March 2020 10: 20 New
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        If the truth is so, then the American “shale” was not particularly lucky.


        No luck to the population of Russia. But let the problems of the American oil industry worry citizens who are very much hurt by "patriotism"
        1. Golovan Jack 9 March 2020 10: 24 New
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          Quote: Deck
          No luck to the population of Russia

          Why so?

          Quote: Deck
          But let the problems of the American oil industry worry citizens who are very much hurt by "patriotism"

          If this is a collision, then he’s past - I will tear down the problems of Amer’s industry in general and the oil industry in particular. But the fact that they will have problems in the oil industry does not cancel it. What I wrote about, sobsna wink
          1. Morrrow 9 March 2020 11: 26 New
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            Let's forecast when their oil industry will finally die
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              Quote: Morrrow
              Let's...

              Have you tried filtering? Get started, it's time yes
        2. www3 9 March 2020 23: 17 New
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          The cool thing is that the steering shatter the American shale, but for some reason the ruble falls and it becomes worse to live in Russia (
  • Deniska999 9 March 2020 09: 42 New
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    Hmm, but when Medvedev was the prime minister, this was not the case. Golden age...
    1. Pavel57 9 March 2020 09: 43 New
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      The golden age was under Brezhnev.
      1. Mavrikiy 9 March 2020 09: 50 New
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        Quote: Pavel57
        The golden age was under Brezhnev.

        Did you all sing? This is the case, so go dancing. (Krylov)
        1. sabakina 9 March 2020 10: 04 New
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          And what did you lack under Brezhnev? Varieties of sausages, beer or vodka? Or maybe they cried at night in the pillow due to the lack of palm oil in food?
    2. astronom1973n 9 March 2020 10: 01 New
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      Quote: Deniska999
      Hmm, but when Medvedev was the prime minister, this was not the case. Golden age...

      “Under Yeltsin, we lived better! Much more! There was hope for the future!” - these are phrases of liberal, balabol and all-props.
    3. Vadivak 9 March 2020 10: 03 New
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      Quote: Deniska999
      Hmm, but when Medvedev was the prime minister, this was not the case. Golden age...

      I understood a joke.
    4. Kronos 9 March 2020 11: 20 New
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      Sclerosis tormented how Medvedev collapsed in 2008 due to the crisis?
      1. Voyager 9 March 2020 11: 39 New
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        How? From 24 to 30 for two years.
      2. Deniska999 9 March 2020 12: 12 New
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        Then the prime minister was a completely different person)))
  • Andrey Mikhaylov 9 March 2020 09: 44 New
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    All of this is understandable, if the shales of the Guardians + Russia continue to be reduced, then the US shale will occupy their volumes, the meaning of further reduction. Plus, sanctions against Rosneft in Venezuela. Plus sanctions on the joint venture 2. From the United States. I’m wondering what profitability is now shale oil at such oil prices.
    1. svp67 9 March 2020 09: 49 New
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      Quote: Andrey Mikhaylov
      All this is understandable. If we continue to reduce the volumes of production of guardians + Russia, then their volumes will be occupied by the United States shale, the meaning of further reduction.

      Exactly. All of these agreements worked for US shale oil ...
      Quote: Andrey Mikhaylov
      From the United States. I wonder what profitability of shale mining is now at such oil prices.

      Everything is complicated there. And it’s already difficult to strangle them, because their “rocking chairs” work in one place for about a couple of months, and then they have to move ... So that now they just don’t need to spend money on “moving”, they will work out the working wells and go into “freezing” " That's when "reserved" oil wells in Syria and Iraq come in handy.
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      What if states that start to sink in mud and shit after shale gas and oil production prohibit them, the United States is a confederation, with complete disagreement with the center, and can leave the United States, how much video was from there when the water in the tap burning?
      1. Sergej1972 9 March 2020 17: 42 New
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        The US is a centralized federation; states are not eligible for withdrawal.
    3. Morrrow 9 March 2020 11: 27 New
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      25-30 dollars / barrel
  • Andobor 9 March 2020 09: 45 New
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    If a fight is inevitable - hit first, Putin’s words.
    He started this war, everyone will get it, but he expects to win, American oil is expensive, does not withstand competition, the Saudis are very dependent on oil revenues, unlike Russia.
    1. Krasnodar 9 March 2020 09: 56 New
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      Are we dependent on our IT?
      1. Andobor 9 March 2020 10: 43 New
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        The Saudis have 90% oil revenues, in Russia 20-30% and huge reserves that need to be spent, because this is a loan to the West.
        1. donavi49 9 March 2020 11: 23 New
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          The Saudis have the same 510 billion reserves with 272 billion budget for 2020.

          The question is what will follow. Exchanges all fall. The same French -10% for now. That is, if it pulls prices for all other resources / products / decrease in activity and external purchases. That will be exactly the same 90% as the Saudis.
          1. Paranoid50 9 March 2020 13: 25 New
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            Exchanges all fall.

            Come on, pump it up again. The first exchange hysteria has already passed - those who need it have skimmed the cream. And then it will be very interesting. yes wink
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              Well, even with wagering, the drawdown is palpable.
        2. Alf
          Alf 9 March 2020 16: 28 New
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          Quote: Andobor
          in Russia 20-30%

          "The share of oil and gas revenues in total revenues of the federal budget will decrease from 40,8% in 2019 to 35% in 2022," the Ministry of Finance said in connection with the approval of the draft federal budget for 2020-2022 at a government meeting.

          Quote: Andobor
          and huge reserves to spend,

          And you can’t spend, because it will cause inflation .. So say all our talented financiers from the government.
        3. www3 9 March 2020 23: 20 New
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          Russia has gold reserves of $ 570 billion, SWFs of $ 150 billion, and external debt of $ 480 billion. Saudi Arabia alone has $ 500 billion worth of gold reserves, $ 500 billion of government reserves, $ 30 billion of external debt.
    2. Vadivak 9 March 2020 10: 05 New
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      Quote: Andobor
      Saudis depend heavily on oil revenues, unlike Russia.

      The export of oil and gas abroad is the main source of foreign exchange for Russia; the country is the second world oil producer after Saudi Arabia and the largest world exporter of natural gas.
      1. Andobor 9 March 2020 10: 45 New
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        Export of oil and gas abroad is the main source of foreign exchange

        and this currency has already accumulated 570 ml in reserves - it’s time to spend, because it’s a loan to the West.
        1. From Siberia we 9 March 2020 12: 19 New
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          So in the pension fund a lot lay, and then, oops, and no, it's empty. Maybe in reserves the mouse hanged itself.
    3. Alf
      Alf 9 March 2020 16: 23 New
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      Quote: Andobor
      If a fight is inevitable - hit first, Putin’s words.
      He started this war, it will be for everyone,

      First of all, Russia.
  • Greyhound famously 9 March 2020 09: 51 New
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    The main stakeholders in high oil prices are the United States and the Saudis. If there are no agreements, then in order to raise prices they will have only one option - to unleash a small war with the oil-producing country. And it’s convenient that Iran is at hand. You can not even war, but to bomb a couple of fields, terminals, refineries. Trump also has elections on the nose, so for him two birds with one stone, well, or one “Tomahawk” in this particular case.
    1. Mountain shooter 9 March 2020 09: 59 New
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      Quote: Grizzly Dashing
      there is Iran. You can not even war, but just bomb a couple of fields, terminals,

      And get the "answer" at the terminals in the SA, the partisan "bombings" in Syria and Iraq?
      It will be fun ... Well, you can’t do it this way, in a straightforward way ...
      1. Greyhound famously 9 March 2020 10: 08 New
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        And get the "answer" on the terminals in the CA

        Do you seriously think that they will be allowed to repeat what the Yemenite Hussites did? Do not even hope. If, then, according to the Arabic tradition, air defense "went out to drink tea", then this time, knowing that an answer is possible, everyone will be on their guard and ready. As for the bombings in Syria and Iraq, when was it the Saudis and Amers who were interested in a couple of dozen victims of their own infantry? In addition, the “Freedom Tree” is such, it needs to be sprinkled with the blood of fallen heroes from time to time. For example, the fallen in Syria and Iraq.
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          hope. If, then, according to the Arabic tradition, "air defense went" to drink tea, then this time, knowing exactly that an answer is possible, everyone will be on guard and ready

          Do you think air defense is ready for them? From Iran there is VERY close. And there are rockets in Iran ... and drones.
          1. Greyhound famously 9 March 2020 10: 53 New
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            Do you think air defense is ready for them? From Iran there is VERY close. And there are rockets in Iran ... and drones.

            With satellites, the United States will in any case learn about deployment in advance. So no matter how close Iran is, but there is air defense either, or why is it needed at all then.
    2. donavi49 9 March 2020 10: 30 New
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      If such oil is stable for half a year, then Iran does not need to be bombed. He is everything. For there are no special reserves. And they will not give him credit. Plus, there is already austerity with sluggish Maidan from the population.

      In general, Venezuela and Iran will die first from this.
      1. Greyhound famously 9 March 2020 10: 43 New
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        If such oil is stable for half a year, then Iran does not need to be bombed. He is everything.

        Iran does not care about OPEC deals. In response to the situation, he can increase production himself, trying to compensate for the loss of profit, which will further bring down prices. In addition, the collapse in this scenario takes time. In any case, he has some reserves. But Trump’s election cannot be rescheduled. So if he decides to bomb, then who will not tell him in the USA?
        I do not say that this is an uncontested scenario, but it looks quite out of situation.
        1. donavi49 9 March 2020 11: 00 New
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          Iran oh how not to spit. He can grow - but where to next? China and India - will not buy above the market.

          I wrote, they’ll survive for half a year. Venezuela is worse, they are generally all bad.
          The Saudis have 2 annual budgets in a capsule (510 billion of reserves with 270 billion of the budget - which can be cut short by the way). Plus, the status of the beloved eastern wife of the United States - will give the opportunity to lend thoroughly. They will stretch 4-5 years in general, at 15-20 dollars per barrel.
        2. UserGun 9 March 2020 12: 46 New
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          In response to the situation, he can increase production himself.


          But who will give him that, under sanctions? And it’s not such a player in the oil market. Its percentage is 5 percent, if my memory serves me right.
        3. Alf
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          Quote: Grizzly Dashing
          Iran does not care about OPEC deals. In response to the situation, he can increase production himself.

          Where will he get her?
          1. Greyhound famously 9 March 2020 21: 20 New
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            and where is he doing it now?
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              Alf 9 March 2020 21: 25 New
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              Quote: Grizzly Dashing
              and where is he doing it now?

              The counter question is that with such an initiative the United States may well, under penalty of sanctions, prohibit the purchase of Iranian oil to its satellites.
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                The United States may well, under pain of sanctions, prohibit the purchase of Iranian oil to its satellites.

                What planet are you from? Iran has been under such sanctions for several years. And to those to whom he sells oil (India, China, Singapore as an intermediary) all this time he did not care about the opinion of the United States. Why would it change today?
      2. Krasnodar 9 March 2020 11: 01 New
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        The chip is not in Iran itself. Chip in Saudi response)).
  • Al Asad 9 March 2020 09: 58 New
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    Well, is gas cheaper in Russia? lol
    1. kjhg 9 March 2020 10: 18 New
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      Quote: Al Asad
      Well, is gas cheaper in Russia? lol

      But what about? The oligarchs and officials will not wait until it is possible to reduce the price of gasoline. They don’t sleep at night, they all think about the people fellow
  • Durman_54 9 March 2020 09: 58 New
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    Well, so-so situation. It is interesting whether our geniuses from the economy uncovered the notorious little egg or not.
    1. Andobor 9 March 2020 10: 51 New
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      Quote: Durman_54
      It is interesting whether our geniuses from the economy uncovered the notorious little egg or not.

      At a price lower than 42,4, I’ll have to, ”I think and expect,“ its time has come, ”“ stop lending to the West, they’ll even beat up the American oil industry, and put the Saudis on chains. ”
      Just "distributing it to pensioners" does not make sense - prices will rise and that’s it.
  • the finish 9 March 2020 10: 02 New
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    Nonsense. Oil didn’t collapse because of the OPEC deal and because the Saudis decided to sharply increase oil production in retaliation for the disagreement of the Russian Federation after Russia exited it to make it return to the negotiating table. But the whole question is that the Russian budget is made up from the calculation of oil, $ 45, and for the Arabs $ 75, and the shales will die. There is a very interesting situation in the world. Now, the purchase of Sberbank by finfin is also questionable. They wanted to buy cut-off prices from the funds for surpluses. Now the fund is not rubber, but there are no surpluses. In short, if prices go even lower or stay 30 long, then there will be a "radish" in the country.
    1. Andobor 9 March 2020 10: 54 New
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      Bullshit. Oil collapsed not due to OPEC deal

      Russia began the war, - if a fight is inevitable - hit first,
      the Saudis gave the answer - who will look harder.
  • Pytnik 9 March 2020 10: 03 New
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    On time, on time I managed to spinning what I wanted to buy laughing
  • Yaro Polk 9 March 2020 10: 05 New
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    Frozen Lukashenko has not yet demanded compensation for losses to Russia? laughing
  • Stirbjorn 9 March 2020 10: 07 New
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    How many analysts have come out with a quick end to the USA. And of course I don’t mind, just why the ruble always falls at the same time, and gasoline will obviously go up again, and then the rest of our prices, I emphasize, and not in that damned USA request
    1. Golovan Jack 9 March 2020 10: 13 New
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      How many analysts have come out with the end of the USA

      There are many people who wishful thinking. For example, the so-called "Svarog", only it is not about the USA, it is about the Russian Federation more and more. About how everything is bad and #mifseumrem. Does it not annoy you? wink
    2. Andobor 9 March 2020 10: 57 New
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      Quote: Stirbjorn
      How many analysts have come out with a quick end to the USA.

      For the United States and the dollar this time you don’t worry, but their oil industry has come to an end,
      rather plans to build it up, and not just shale, they have it and gas - everything is expensive.
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        Forecast come on. When? I'll scream.
      2. Stirbjorn 9 March 2020 16: 59 New
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        For the United States and the dollar this time you don’t worry, but their oil industry has come to an end,
        rather plans to build it up, and not just shale, they have it and gas - everything is expensive.

        Yes, I do not care about their oil industry, if at the same time I have to pay exorbitant prices for my gasoline. Let the Yankees even take away all of their oil exports, littering their country with oil shale - our descendants will get more resources.
  • Kamikadze19 9 March 2020 10: 12 New
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    The cost of production in Russia is $ 1.5-3 per barrel, ours will survive. And the fact that the budget is laid at $ 45 and make it up to $ 30. People beyond the Moscow Ring Road will not even notice. The only minus is again inflation at 10% if not more
    1. Kronos 9 March 2020 11: 23 New
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      But the population may not survive the jump in prices
  • Dart2027 9 March 2020 10: 14 New
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    I read the comments.
    Interestingly, does anyone remember that once the price of oil falls and a scream begins
    now there will be no ruble, no economy, will the country perish? I don’t remember.
    1. Andobor 9 March 2020 10: 59 New
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      Interestingly, does anyone remember that once the price of oil falls

      We all remember, but that would be the first time Russia collapsed.
      1. Dart2027 9 March 2020 11: 58 New
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        but this is what Russia would collapse to start this for the first time

        And it’s worth thinking about. So there is a reason.
      2. Paranoid50 9 March 2020 13: 29 New
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        that’s what Russia’s collapse would start for the first time.

        Exactly. yes And they started on time, because "tomorrow it would be too late." At the moment, they forced all the main cheaters to "open up" in an elementary way.
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      Is it really not clear that there will be a jump in prices and the population will again become poorer?
  • Gennady Fomkin 9 March 2020 10: 14 New
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    The fact that ordinary people will feel bad is a fact. But after all, it was inevitable because of the beginning crisis.

    In Isaac Asimov’s Foundation Foundation, there is such a thing as the Seldon’s crisis, a global phenomenon that has been predicted and inevitable in advance. The crisis cannot be undone, but it can be slightly corrected. The impending economic crisis is inevitable, and if so, then there is no point in Russia wasting efforts to fight it, it is better to solve their affairs under the guise of. So Russia has corrected the crisis in the right direction by launching a black swan in oil and gas. It is clear that this will intensify the global economic crisis. But he was so inevitable! And if so, then you need to quietly solve your problems. Simple people are sorry, but it was inevitable. Russia is not able to prevent the crisis, but it can mitigate it for itself and adjust it a little in its favor.
  • Metallurg_2 9 March 2020 10: 15 New
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    This will not affect the annual bonuses of the heads of the largest state-owned companies. All will be torn off from ordinary people.
  • RUS96 9 March 2020 10: 18 New
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    The Ministry of Finance of Russia commented on the fall in oil prices ...
    1. the finish 9 March 2020 10: 28 New
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      So yes! But we must not eat, but develop!
  • DPN
    DPN 9 March 2020 10: 36 New
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    And Russia got down from the OIL NEEDLE so that to us according to Hren. (Probably understood a word here more strongly)
  • Doctor 9 March 2020 10: 37 New
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    The battle of Russia and the Arabs for sales markets began.
    I hope our forces are correctly calculated and the Arabs will die earlier.
    In addition, the United States is on our side, and as is known from history, the side on which the Anglo-Saxons play does not lose. wink

    Saudi Aramco at the opening of trading fell by 10%. You can no longer fall by the rules of the exchange.
    While the flight is normal!
  • Sarduor 9 March 2020 10: 38 New
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    Comrades, you forgot that the Saudis, the Emirates, will suffer the most from this. They have nothing to offer besides oil and tourism
    1. Doctor 9 March 2020 10: 59 New
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      They have nothing to offer besides oil and tourism

      Kirdyk ordered the tourism. Dubai logistics too.
  • Fishery 9 March 2020 10: 40 New
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    whoever ate potatoes like that will be, the Tajiks will send a little less money to their homeland at the exchange rate, whoever has the money they have, and so, as a rule, in currency.
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    Quote: Stas157
    But what about the statements of high officials that the ruble exchange rate does not depend more on the oil rate (while oil was growing to $ 75, and the ruble exchange rate was supposed to be 35-40 per dollar)?

    Develop your horizons. You do not understand the simplest things, but are already trying to build an expert from yourself. What does it mean to be? The ruble exchange rate does not hang by itself, it is regulated. At the moment, he is holding in a certain corridor. When oil was more expensive, the ruble was deliberately understated to achieve advantages in foreign trade. This is done by many exporting countries, in particular, China and Japan. One of the claims of the USA against China was connected with this.
  • Sarduor 9 March 2020 10: 46 New
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    Profitability of shale oil in the range of 35-40 dollars.
    1. Morrrow 9 March 2020 11: 32 New
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      It was in 2014
  • Monster_Fat 9 March 2020 10: 51 New
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    The Central Bank has already begun to "fight" with the "collapse of the ruble": https://lenta.ru/news/2020/03/09/cbr/
    1. Svarog 9 March 2020 12: 40 New
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      Quote: Monster_Fat
      The Central Bank has already begun to "fight" with the "collapse of the ruble": https://lenta.ru/news/2020/03/09/cbr/

      Now the Central Bank will "overcome" the citizens .. and in a triumphant frenzy will leave the dollar exchange rate of 100 rubles .. for the bucks ..
      1. Monster_Fat 9 March 2020 14: 18 New
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        Here's about interesting gray cardinal Sechin: http://www.moscow-post.su/economics/igor_sechin_gazovozit_mihelsona32007/?utm_source=24smi&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=2626&utm_content=2792229&utm_campaign=12010
  • Gennady Fomkin 9 March 2020 10: 57 New
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    There, the guys from OPEC are too instrumented! They demanded a decrease in production by one and a half million, and Russia was required to close THIRD of this decrease, although it is already clear from history that the boys themselves often do not make any production reductions, leaving their obligations only on paper. Further, the insoles demanded to reduce production sharply, from the first of April! Well, that is, our Rosneft and Lukoils had to dart sharply, spin up the valves and lose a ton of money, so that it would be convenient to inflate budgets again for some bearded Wahhabis and other evil spirits .. laughing Russia proposed a one-million decline by the end of the year. Well, let the boys trade in the red. wassat
  • Gennady Fomkin 9 March 2020 10: 59 New
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    I recalled last year Siluanov’s remarks: “Even if oil prices fall to $ 20-30 per barrel, the state will be able to fulfill obligations for three years without any shocks to the budget.” And of course, this black swan accidentally flew laughing
    1. Paranoid50 9 March 2020 13: 33 New
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      Quote: Gennady Fomkin
      And of course, this black swan accidentally flew

      So it’s not in vain that a pillow has been created all these years - with all this mattress-Saudi kodla, sooner or later I would have to have a bite in an adult way. And now no one is already hiding that this is actually a price war. And in this case, they worked ahead of schedule. yes
  • Ivan Kolodin 9 March 2020 11: 23 New
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    Here, many approve of it, they say, the time for change has gone a great game of peeling off the needle, have you even putinoids collapsed from the oak, is it not enough for 21 years to get off the needle? Are you crazy, say you don’t have to panic, but everything is bought for a buck abroad, we have a budget for a price of 45, you think it’s just that, and we missed your time for your domestic and foreign policy .... .
    Ordinary people again have to tolerate? In the name of what and how much, Sechin sukaaaa started playing again then in the year 14 because of him the buck Usvestel for 40 rubles from 30, tomorrow again to storm 80 ....
    I don’t need to say that everything is fine and without touching anyone ,,,, donkeys draw 20 years of the scheme and download loot abroad, no shame about conscience ....
    More drugs for bucks are bought abroad, but a lot of things, even the family fund is also there ....
    How much on this forum it was said that we are going to disaster, that there is no development vector overlooked ....
    And many comrades here to the Kremlin bots told you that in response, yes you are stupid scoops, stupid people are stupid, everything is under construction and we only need to wait ....
    Military pensions and salaries of vocal servants and defense orders came from oil at 45 .... Traitors and donkeys ....
    They told us you want both in France and in Ukraine .... How insulting for the country and for the children that they stole the opportunity to develop 20 years of promises and national projects ....
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      What a pain, what a pain! Himself is not ashamed to howl like a mourner at a funeral ?! Last time, the course doubled, and what, everyone died? :))) My children will not eat less from this, because they have a father, not a mourner;)
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  • voyaka uh 9 March 2020 11: 28 New
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    Sechin refused a contract with OPEC to curb falling prices.
    His slogan is "after us - even a flood."
    Comrade manages to make 5 out of 5 possible mistakes for decades. Phenomenon...
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      MMX 9 March 2020 14: 53 New
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      Quote: voyaka uh
      Sechin refused a contract with OPEC to curb falling prices.
      His slogan is "after us - even a flood."
      Comrade manages to make 5 out of 5 possible mistakes for decades. Phenomenon...


      Oh, how!
      And here our ears buzzed (first of all comrades from Israel) about what kind of garnish America is increasing oil production and is already producing more than Russia ...
      1. voyaka uh 9 March 2020 15: 23 New
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        Oil reserves in Russia are small. And pure oil is completely the remainder in Western Siberia. And to get "as much as possible" at a low price -
        This is greed (grabbing now, but at least grass does not grow).
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          MMX 9 March 2020 15: 35 New
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          Quote: voyaka uh
          Oil reserves in Russia are small. And pure oil is completely the remainder in Western Siberia. And to get "as much as possible" at a low price -
          This is greed (grabbing now, but at least grass does not grow).


          What are you talking about? Estimated, proven, cost-effective? All of these are different values ​​and so far this criterion is speculative.
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            Not so much proven. Deposits rated as “medium” in size. And there are very few profitable ones. Production pays off at a price closer to 100 than to 50.
            We are not talking about all sorts of fantastic (and stalled) Shtokman.
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              Quote: voyaka uh
              Not so much proven. Deposits rated as “medium” in size. And there are very few profitable ones. Production pays off at a price closer to 100 than to 50.
              We are not talking about all sorts of fantastic (and stalled) Shtokman.


              I remember a long time ago, in the early 2000s, I watched Pozner’s "Times" show. So there, one prominent oilman said that the data on explored oil reserves were brought back to them in the USSR and they were supposed to end in 2019, it seems.
              It’s me that the “reserves” are an estimated value, not a real one.
              1. voyaka uh 9 March 2020 16: 19 New
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                But even with such roughly estimated reserves in the world, there were many precedents that oil "suddenly" ran out.
                Well after well shut down. And fewer new ones are opening.
                Either Sechin was really given the order “from above” to deflate everything to the last drop, or whether it was his personal greed (I assume the second option)
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                  Quote: voyaka uh
                  But even with such roughly estimated reserves in the world, there were many precedents that oil "suddenly" ran out.
                  Well after well shut down. And fewer new ones are opening.
                  Either Sechin was really given the order “from above” to deflate everything to the last drop, or whether it was his personal greed (I assume the second option)


                  My opinion is that hydrocarbons will be more than enough for a century and will still remain decent.
                  As for Sechin, taking into account the fact that the financial regulator (the Central Bank of the Russian Federation) refused to intervene in the domestic market (fresh news) in order to adjust exchange rates, it just says that the plan is conscious and there is a strategy. True or not, we'll see.
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      Quote: voyaka uh
      Sechin refused a contract with OPEC to curb falling prices.

      And he did it right. This is better than accepting the conditions that have been proposed. In six months or a year, it will be possible to try to agree again, and the conditions will be different;)
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    1. Paranoid50 9 March 2020 13: 36 New
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      Quote: Fairytale Pu
      Is it time to save the chickens?

      It's time to save the brain, although in this case - past the cash register. laughing
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  • sanik2020 9 March 2020 11: 42 New
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    According to this scenario, America was ruining the USSR by lowering oil prices in the 80s.
  • bubalik 9 March 2020 11: 53 New
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    ,,, what are you boiling request
    Rosstat and VTsIOM will save us, they will not allow prices to rise and wages to fall. wink
  • Vasily Ponomarev 9 March 2020 12: 00 New
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    Quote: Erich
    The reason to continue to get off the oil needle))

    The refusal to reduce oil production in the framework of the transaction with OPEC was lobbied by the head of Rosneft, Igor Sechin.
    A fall in world oil prices will entail a decrease in the cost of the Russian brand of Urals oil: in the budget for 2020, the price per barrel was set at 42,4 dollars. “This level cannot be exactly called comfortable for Russia: at a price of $ 30 Russia faces a budget deficit and devaluation, talk will begin about increasing the tax burden for oil companies,” said the analyst.
    A drop in oil prices by $ 10 adds 0,2-0,25% of GDP to the US economy, which Trump is happy with.

    as if this is slightly outdated data, you can read the link https://finance.yahoo.com/news/rising-oil-prices-are-both-good-and-bad-for-the-us-economy-132416210.html
  • Warrior MorePhoto 9 March 2020 12: 01 New
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    Quote: Stas157
    Quote: sagitch
    Cheap ruble is interesting to the government

    And to the people? If the government is not working for ordinary people, not for the people, then your comment is correct.


    Those. when from 32 rubles to 80 rubles collapsed you still do not understand?)
    When the OPEC + countries proposed on Friday to lower oil production to stabilize prices, (since China reduced its purchase due to coronovirus, etc., etc.), our refused ... and why? The ruble will collapse, they will receive more .... well, and we .... well, we are waiting for higher prices for everything and the great poverty of the country.
    OPEN ALREADY EYES! I DON'T AFFECT THE PEOPLE! WE ARE SLAVES! THEY ARE GOVERNORS!
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      Quote: Fighter MoreThings
      WE ARE SLAVES!

      If you consider yourself a slave, this is personally your problem, "WE" is inappropriate here.
  • Warrior MorePhoto 9 March 2020 12: 11 New
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    Quote: RUS96
    The Ministry of Finance of Russia commented on the fall in oil prices ...


    What is the joy? Well, it will be $ 25-30 so they will make a ruble collapse for US, and WE will buy more and more expensive - everything will increase in price for gasoline, household appliances, cars, food, etc. And they both received 1 million, 2 million a day and will receive ...
    Previously, the state restrained, for people tried, so the words about the state made sense ... now this is not!
  • syndicalist 9 March 2020 12: 21 New
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    To the prices of the 90s at 10-15 bucks a barrel is still very far away.
    1. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 9 March 2020 13: 20 New
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      And you count with dollar inflation.
      1. syndicalist 9 March 2020 14: 49 New
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        Since 1999, dollar inflation has been around 40%. It turns out that those prices are still far away ($ 14-21 per barrel, taking into account inflation).
        1. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 10 March 2020 23: 26 New
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          Now consider the increase in the cost of a Russian barrel.
  • Gennady Fomkin 9 March 2020 12: 33 New
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    They will see who will try against the ruble. That will die from that. laughing
  • Andrey.AN 9 March 2020 12: 34 New
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    Of course, import prices will jump immediately, but the conditions are favorable for their production, their income will be added to existing and new jobs. A good opportunity for foreign campaigns to place our production with us.
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      Quote: Andrey.AN
      A good opportunity for foreign campaigns to place our production with us.

      Damn, I goof off with such statements. Instead of raising your production, no, let’s let our uncle come here from behind the hillock, which is only concerned about making a profit.
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        all manufacturers are concerned about this, uncle from behind the hill will pay taxes and salaries here just like any other, he will also share his experience by training the staff, he will register his licenses here.
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          Quote: Andrey.AN
          all manufacturers are concerned about this, uncle from behind the hill will pay taxes and salaries here just like any other, he will also share his experience by training the staff, he will register his licenses here.

          Only all profits will take out.
          1. Andrey.AN 9 March 2020 17: 26 New
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            Maybe it will withdraw, then transfer it back here to development, resources, taxes, salaries, let it keep its share wherever it wants.
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              Quote: Andrey.AN
              Maybe it will withdraw, then transfer it back here to development, resources, taxes, salaries, let it keep its share wherever it wants.

              Maybe it's better to deploy your production? Or will we be a colony?
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                Foreigners have no more rights here than citizens of the Russian Federation, and have never had any more, do not drive about a colony.
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                  Quote: Andrey.AN
                  Foreigners have no more rights here than citizens of the Russian Federation, and have never had any more, do not drive about a colony.

                  Dear, the first sign of a colony is to buy cheaper than produce.
                  And here is right? Do not skip off topic. I say that it is necessary to raise our production, and not to place someone else's.
                  1. Andrey.AN 9 March 2020 17: 53 New
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                    No one offers to buy this accommodation, although the production located in the Russian Federation is in no case a stranger, works according to our laws, on our land, they will not put it in their pocket and will not take it away. Ask the Indians or Chinese why they are so stupid in your opinion, how many don’t place them yet. And develop your own, develop, who is against?
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                      Quote: Andrey.AN
                      although the production located in the Russian Federation is in no case alien, it works according to our laws, on our land, it will not be put in its pocket and will not be taken away.

                      At any time, at will, the foreign owner has the right to close the production and take out his property. And, by the way, a foreigner has the right to establish his own laws within his gates, they may coincide with the Russian ones, or they may not. Ask whose jurisdiction is in the TOPs?
                      Quote: Andrey.AN
                      And develop your own, develop, who is against?

                      The political system of the country. Putin and his companions have been tearing vests for their production for 20 years, but they are doing the opposite. Where is your machine tool industry? Microelectronics? Sewing pants in the end?
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      what production ??
      screwdriver ?? so it will again depend on imports !!! )))
  • jeka424 9 March 2020 12: 35 New
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    Why then sell it at such a price
  • Campanella 9 March 2020 12: 38 New
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    This could jeopardize all the social clauses of constitutional amendments. )))
    And to foreign minority shareholders of Sberbank to bring financial losses! It does not matter that people lost their deposits under Yelkin, it is important that Putin cares about the fate of the few shareholders of Sberbank! And thus stands in defense of the sacred property of the elect. And who will say that Putin is not a liberal after that?
    This fact will be especially pleasant for local apologists for liberalism, with foam at the mouth defending its foundations.
  • Gennady Fomkin 9 March 2020 12: 39 New
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    The problem of the Saudis is that they benefit from oil at a price of $ 80-85 per barrel, because only then can they form and execute their budget without deficit - too many social obligations hang on this budget that the Saudis took upon themselves in fat years. And by the way, trading in Tokyo opened with a sharp drop in shares of Saudi Aramco. laughing A little gold +13.
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      And the dollar is already under 90. But Russia certainly benefits from the price of $ 10-15 for oil, so what? Have we learned how to make machine tools, planes, electronics, cars ourselves, and can we spit on the price of oil? And why should I care about the Saudi budget?
  • Gennady Fomkin 9 March 2020 12: 41 New
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    This will not affect the annual bonuses of the heads of the largest state-owned companies. All will be torn off from ordinary people.

    You are probably a major specialist in the stock market? laughing
  • Gennady Fomkin 9 March 2020 12: 43 New
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    Russia and Saudi Arabia have long understood that the third player in the market for the world's leading gas stations is superfluous - and the faster America flies from this market, the sooner prices will return to a price level convenient for everyone. The Americans cannot counter this righteous desire at all - they have a tough political crisis, elections are on the way and economic victories must be shown. If there are no victories, you need to blame everything on the damned Chinese Communists, who infected the whole world with the Wuhan virus - and at the same time on the damned Russians, who suddenly (!!!) and treacherously (!!!) suddenly began to think about their own benefit, and not about America's profits laughing
  • Vasily Ponomarev 9 March 2020 12: 44 New
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    Vasily Ponomarev, thanks! He laughed heartily at the video))) Petrosyan is resting! )))

    so it would be really funny if you do not remember what the president says, who has been ruling the country for 20 years
  • Smart 9 March 2020 12: 51 New
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    Let's send an SMS to the number 8-800-780-80-70 and help our friend Sechin pay for the mega-yacht he ordered. After all, after the fall in prices for our national heritage, Mr. Sechin experienced some financial difficulties. Instead of nine zeros, he gets only eight zeros ...
  • Gennady Fomkin 9 March 2020 12: 58 New
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    Sheikhs decided to scare Russia, but in the process they can commit suicide laughing
    1. edasko 9 March 2020 17: 12 New
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      If you are not a bot, then you have problems with cause and effect relationships. And if the bot, then poorly written.
  • Shelest2000 9 March 2020 13: 06 New
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    Western experts are inclined to believe that in the near future a barrel of oil will break the psychological mark of $ 30 and may go even lower - towards the level of 25, or even $ 20 per barrel.

    You don’t even have to “wang” - due to the cheapening of oil in the world, gasoline will rise in price in Russia again. As always...
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      Yes, the laws of the market are not important to the oligarchs, the main thing for them is to rob the people
  • Fishery 9 March 2020 13: 12 New
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    in principle, in the resorts of Turkey will become a little more spacious)))))
  • Adimius38 9 March 2020 13: 15 New
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    Well, this is a transdean, rising prices for goods that are already with high prices