Economists discuss the impact of the depreciation of the ruble on ordinary citizens of Russia

Economists discuss the impact of the depreciation of the ruble on ordinary citizens of Russia

In connection with the situation in the oil market and its impact on the exchange rate of the Russian ruble, economists began to discuss how this situation will affect the lives of ordinary citizens of Russia.


Recall that as a result of a drop in oil prices (by almost a third), the Russian currency also collapsed. After the jump in the dollar and the euro to 75 and 85 rubles, respectively, there was some adjustment. At the moment, these currencies are trading at 72,7 and 82,6 rubles. A barrel of Brent crude oil won back about $ 6 yesterday and is sold at about $ 37,2.

Economists say that speculators can take advantage of the market situation. Even if the ruble regains its main position against the backdrop of newly growing oil, for speculators this will not be an occasion to return prices immediately to the level of March 6-7. And it's not just about speculators.

First of all, a significant rise in price will be associated with foreign goods. And this is an extensive product group: from clothing and medicine to cars.

At the same time, experts believe that there will not be a rise in price of essential food products, including bread, cereals, milk, chicken eggs.

It is noted that there will be a further decrease in the number of Russians who want to get to rest abroad. This is due not only to the depreciation of the ruble, but also to the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.

In general, it is noted that the average Russian may face a decrease in purchasing power, and the duration of the process depends on how quickly the exchange rate of the national currency stabilizes. At the same time, it can be stated that talking about “Russia's withdrawal from dollar dependence and from the dependence of the ruble exchange rate on oil prices” was, to say the least, premature.
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  1. We_smart 10 March 2020 09: 27 New
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    Thanks to the government?
    1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 10 March 2020 09: 28 New
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      And the leadership of the Central Bank - in particular
      1. bessmertniy 10 March 2020 09: 46 New
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        Pessimist: "It can't be worse !!!" Optimist: "Maybe! Maybe! Maybe! repeat Here, even without this meanness on the part of the cheaper ruble, food prices have just jumped, and now the increase in prices is ready to go at a gallop! negative
        1. Vasyan1971 10 March 2020 17: 04 New
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          Quote: bessmertniy
          food prices have just jumped, and now the price increase is generally ready to break at a gallop!

          This is what-oh-oh! Here the sowing will begin .....
      2. Bomb 10 March 2020 10: 50 New
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        And then the government and the Central Bank? Someone riding on an Arabian male prichadal wanted to enter paradise, but failed.
        1. Ilya-spb 10 March 2020 11: 04 New
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          It’s neither hot nor cold from falling markets.

          There is no currency; I do not go abroad.

          I wish you all healthy optimism and not give in to panic.
          1. Vol4ara 10 March 2020 11: 19 New
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            Quote: Ilya-spb
            It’s neither hot nor cold from falling markets.

            There is no currency; I do not go abroad.

            I wish you all healthy optimism and not give in to panic.

            Wait a month that there is no currency, your biggest tragedy. If there were savings in rubles, you can mentally throw out 20 percent for a start
            1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 12: 54 New
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              In my opinion, your big tragedy is that you think the big tragedy is the lack of currency. In my opinion, this is not a tragedy from the word at all. Your opinion against mine is no more.
              1. Vol4ara 10 March 2020 13: 55 New
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                Quote: Nikolay73
                In my opinion, your big tragedy is that you think the big tragedy is the lack of currency. In my opinion, this is not a tragedy from the word at all. Your opinion against mine is no more.

                Yes, there is no tragedy, you just lost 20% of your ruble reserves with a probability of growth, but you don’t know about it right away, the market is somewhat inert
                1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 14: 13 New
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                  ... I haven’t lost anything, I don’t have ruble assets, in any case, real estate will retain its market value :) and even a little ...
                  1. nils 10 March 2020 14: 44 New
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                    It is proposed to amend the Constitution: Everyone is guaranteed faith in a breakthrough, a bright future and United Russia.

                    If a person is a slave in a galley, then who is the master of the galley?
                    1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 15: 07 New
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                      Your assumptions? :)
                      1. nils 10 March 2020 15: 58 New
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                        Quote: Nikolay73
                        Your assumptions? :)

                        I have no suggestions, but a sentence:
                        The next All-Russian Economic Forum to be held at the station of the bottom of the Pskov region.
                      2. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 16: 14 New
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                        ... well, good transport infrastructure won't be too late ... :) ..and the name ... it’s really hard for journalists to comment ...
                  2. olimpiada15 10 March 2020 20: 25 New
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                    Quote: nils
                    It is proposed to amend the Constitution: Everyone is guaranteed faith in a breakthrough, a bright future and United Russia.

                    If a person is a slave in a galley, then who is the master of the galley?

                    Good question. Whose slave is he?
                2. Vol4ara 11 March 2020 12: 19 New
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                  Quote: Nikolay73
                  ... I haven’t lost anything, I don’t have ruble assets, in any case, real estate will retain its market value :) and even a little ...

                  Nevertheless, with rising prices, your salary will not increase, so you can reduce your purchasing power by the same 15-20%
          2. BecmepH 11 March 2020 09: 50 New
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            Quote: Vol4ara
            Wait a month that there is no currency, your biggest tragedy. If there were savings in rubles, you can mentally throw out 20 percent for a start

            And if there is NO savings at all?))) If I, a military pensioner, live on a pension and a salary from which I can’t postpone something ... Why should I be sad?) I’m relaxing in Russia. And have a great rest. I don’t need to fill my belly. Therefore, your "all inclusive" to me on the drum. I go to rest !! But for me it’s not food and drink, but the study of the surroundings, local attractions ... Everything with legs, legs ... But this does not require much money.
            And you save up currency, get drunk on a freebie to the limit and scold everyone and everything ...
        2. Leeds 10 March 2020 11: 35 New
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          Quote: Ilya-spb
          It’s neither hot nor cold from falling markets.

          There is no currency; I do not go abroad.

          I wish you all healthy optimism and not give in to panic.


          They wrote to you so that you would not panic:

          At the same time, experts believe that there will not be a rise in price of essential food products, including bread, cereals, milk, chicken eggs.
          1. Jack O'Neill 10 March 2020 12: 10 New
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            At the same time, experts believe that there will not be a rise in price of essential food products, including bread, cereals, milk, chicken egg

            And chicken, and pork, lamb, beef, coffee, tea, pepper, peas, corn, cream, buckwheat, rice, etc., what is the matter with them?
            Pork rises in price with the speed of light, like beef, normal rice / buckwheat ~ 150 rubles per 900g.
            Or do you suggest eating only cereal with bread? And even that is not cheap. Pasta with bread? Well, as an option ...
            Do you want to go to deputies?
            1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 14: 19 New
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              Tell me, where are the prices? No, I haven’t been to the store today ... maybe we already have it .. but yesterday ... 150 or so it cost 2 kilograms in a magnet (not yesterday, of course) but not so long ago, last week's chickens 119, pig ~ 250 ... stock coffee 0,5 260 (cereal mocha) ...
              1. Jack O'Neill 10 March 2020 14: 30 New
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                Tell me, where are the prices? No, I haven’t been to the store today ... maybe we already have it .. but yesterday ... 150 or so it cost 2 kilograms in a magnet (not yesterday, of course) but not so long ago, last week's chickens 119, pig ~ 250 ... stock coffee 0,5 260 (cereal mocha) ...

                Peter.
                https://www.perekrestok.ru/catalog/makarony-krupy-spetsii/krupy-i-bobovye/agr-ekstra-ris-super-bsmati-500g--336710?searchPhrase=%D0%A0%D0%B8%D1%81
                Here is steamed rice, which I often take. Price - 115 rubles. Yes, not 150, but "~", as there are 140, and even more.
                Specifically, this is bought up often.
                Buckwheat is a bit cheaper, but everything is exactly not what I took in 2015, when quality buckwheat cost 45-60 rubles!

                https://www.perekrestok.ru/catalog/myaso-ptitsa-delikatesy/myaso-ptitsy/petr-tushka-tsb-vu-1sort-ohl-1kg--523518?searchPhrase=%D0%B1%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B9%D0%BB%D0%B5%D1%80
                Kura, 175 rubles per kg! And there is 1.5-2kg.

                And there is not the whole catalog of what is in the store.
                For example: the chicken again, they have a bit cheaper, but the quality ... Such, a little blue.

                The only thing that is cheap is smoked ribs. 260 rubles for half-kg of ribs, 3 kg of potatoes, onions, dill and head of garlic. The current has now made a fool of himself.
                1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 14: 40 New
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                  Yeah, Peter is somehow not very ... we have - the Murmansk region ...
                  1. Jack O'Neill 10 March 2020 15: 05 New
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                    Yeah, Peter is somehow not very ... we have - the Murmansk region ...

                    In my house, a neighbor from Murmansk. )
                    1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 15: 19 New
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                      Yes, many children learn, well, they stay afterwards ... I rarely go, mostly traveling, and you have beautiful things, Peter I love, I can’t say this about Moscow ...
                    2. Jack O'Neill 10 March 2020 15: 32 New
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                      Her, a neighbor specifically with the whole family moved to St. Petersburg.

                      Yes, I agree - Peter is very handsome!
                    3. Alexander Seklitsky 11 March 2020 04: 48 New
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                      Quote: Jack O'Neill
                      Yes, I agree - Peter is very handsome!

                      But the weather is so-so there.
        3. Kazbek 10 March 2020 18: 13 New
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          Well, finally something worthwhile happened !!! And then liberalism is already tired of coming up with themes for smearing snot! And here you are !!! The mustache is gone, chef! Pork is getting more expensive! Peas! Savings minus twenty! Macaroni, oh my god !!! Ma-ka-roooo-ni !!! lol laughing good drinks

          Today is a holiday for girls! This year there will be grants !!! laughing
        4. Alexander Seklitsky 11 March 2020 04: 45 New
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          Quote: Jack O'Neill
          normal rice / buckwheat ~ 150

          belay this is where such prices ???
    2. Piramidon 10 March 2020 12: 01 New
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      Quote: Ilya-spb
      It’s neither hot nor cold from falling markets.

      There is no currency; I do not go abroad.

      And do not buy anything abroad? Have you achieved complete "import substitution"? recourse
      1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 12: 57 New
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        Ask yourself your question - do you buy a lot yourself? And how often? Just not without irony about import substitution ...
        1. Piramidon 10 March 2020 13: 00 New
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          Quote: Nikolay73
          Ask yourself your question - do you buy a lot yourself? And how often? Just not without irony about import substitution ...

          I won’t talk about televisions, computers, phones ... but any small things, even batteries for flashlights and other devices, are Chinese. And in these devices (tonometers, mice, remotes) of these batteries, as many as 22 pieces are constantly used
          1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 13: 15 New
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            Count? 22/33 = 726 conditionally add 10% of a total of 72,6 rubles ... will it seriously undermine you financially? It doesn’t please me, certainly it doesn’t please, but cause noticeable harm. at this stage will not be able to.
            1. balunn 10 March 2020 13: 50 New
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              depending on what wages. In general, you begin to consider a trifle as applied to batteries, but do not think that our gasoline and fuel will not go down, like a normal country, but will creep up, because a handful of oligarchs do not intend to lose their income. And once the fuel component climbs up, then everything will climb automatically behind it.
              1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 14: 25 New
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                to grind ... the situation is less than a week old, as far as the budget rule is concerned - I can’t say, I don’t understand it ..., you don’t seem to understand what I mean, I just understand that it will be possible to fully understand what will happen in in the medium term, when it becomes clear how our government will work, etc. etc., fortune-telling on coffee grounds is not my strongest trait ...
                1. yang174 10 March 2020 15: 33 New
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                  the government will work out as always before the people are practically the same in it. the government doesn’t care, everything is fine with them.
                  feeds, antibiotics, growth hormones for "meat", imported "meat", "fish" (in quotation marks, because it’s already pounded so much in it, I can’t name meat) again, seeds. Well, there you can guess what else of the products. there is a lot of everything imported, you just don’t know what how much (what additives) .and this even without clothes / shoes. breaking through another ...
            2. Piramidon 10 March 2020 13: 58 New
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              Quote: Nikolay73
              will it undermine you financially?

              Batteries are an example. And besides them there are still many foreign trifles, and not only trifles, you have to buy and repair foreign technology. Not so long ago (before these events) I gave 2 pieces to a laptop for a power supply. Over the past year, he was repairing his grandson’s tablet and his wife’s phone. In services less than 1 piece of price tags does not exist. So now they may well grow to 1,5.
              1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 14: 26 New
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                Yes, I understand what you mean ...
        2. Kazbek 10 March 2020 18: 13 New
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          He will not ask! He is on a salary! laughing
      2. Ilya-spb 10 March 2020 16: 55 New
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        I guess, yes. I am conservative. Household appliances, telephone, computer rarely change.
    3. aglet 11 March 2020 12: 29 New
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      Doler will cost a hundredths and you will sweat and chills will begin. You cannot live in an occupied country and not depend on the exchange rate of the gentleman
  2. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 10 March 2020 11: 53 New
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    Despite the fact that the Central Bank, in fact, controls the ruble exchange rate and, strictly speaking, it is not particularly connected with the price of oil. Changes in the exchange rate are not dictated by the cost of oil, but by the wishes of the Central Bank
    1. SOF
      SOF 10 March 2020 14: 13 New
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      Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
      Despite the fact that the Central Bank, in fact, controls the ruble

      ..... and how long has the Central Bank managed the ruble exchange rate? ... don't you confuse anything? .... The Central Bank, like, through currency interventions, has the ability to keep the ruble in the price range, but the exchange rate itself is speculative ... .
      1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 10 March 2020 14: 26 New
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        I am not at all inclined to confusion. And yes, the Central Bank controls the ruble exchange rate and no one else. Of course, there are speculators in the ruble market, but there are not too many of them against the background of purchases / sales of rubles and currencies by companies producing and selling real goods, and speculators are also predictable
        1. SOF
          SOF 10 March 2020 23: 16 New
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          Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
          I am not at all inclined to confusion. And yes, the Central Bank controls the ruble exchange rate and no one else.
          ... an absolutely unfounded assertion based on conspiracy theories similar to Nibiru and the centuries-old battle of reptilians with someone else .... regardless of the fact that the wrestlers running in powerlessly argued for the "minus". ..;)
          1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 11 March 2020 05: 27 New
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            This "absolutely unfounded statement" I have repeatedly explained in my articles. And in order to understand its truth, it is enough to pull your head out of an inaccessible place and think for a bit.
            So, the ruble as the currency in the world did not fall to anyone. Because we do not trade for rubles with other countries, but only for dollars / euros or their equivalent. Accordingly, the bulk of transactions for the purchase and sale of the ruble comes from our own exporters and importers, when they need it to settle transactions. This is a completely predictable flow, which the child will also be able to regulate, because even in the richest and richest years of the Russian Federation, the balance of foreign trade expenses and income was ALWAYS positive, that is, there were more people who wanted to sell the currency than there were people who wanted to buy it.
            Some notable investments of speculators in the ruble were only when the ruble strengthened against the dollar for a long time, but even then we were talking about relatively small volumes, and now, when the ruble is slowly falling, who will keep deposits in it? Why should a currency speculator change dollars into rubles and lose in dollars?
            And yes, I recommend working on the presentation. You try to speak literary, but such a game turns out :)))))
  3. RideMaster 10 March 2020 14: 54 New
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    You see, on this site they boast of weapons and Syria, but at the same time, as far as the financial issue is concerned, all their patriotism subsides. And everyone is to blame.
    They also say something about China. They should give a hint about the fact that half of the pensioners do not have a pension there.
  4. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 10 March 2020 16: 55 New
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    Quote: Bomb
    And then the government and the Central Bank?

    Despite the fact that a drop in oil prices is not at all obliged to drag a drop in the ruble.
  • Elephant 10 March 2020 12: 06 New
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    Our Central Bank is simply unique! While all foreign countries, foreseeing the crisis, were engaged in replenishment of gold reserves, the Central Bank for some reason began to curtail purchases in the domestic market. So, of the precious metal produced in 2018 in the country, only 16 tons went for export, and 95% remained in Russia. But already in the past 2019, 100,5 tons of gold left the country, that is, a third of the gold produced.
    1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 13: 04 New
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      Tell me, do you understand in the mechanisms of the gold and foreign exchange reserve and its regulation, the weight of gold in assets, if so, explain it on your fingers, I will listen with pleasure and, I think, not only me ...
    2. yang174 10 March 2020 15: 37 New
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      Well, are you good at gold reserves? Sell them quickly only with dumping. You have to deal with the economy, and not store iron and gold
  • Kazbek 10 March 2020 18: 09 New
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    I watch all of Ukraine today at work! laughing good fellow
  • SSR
    SSR 10 March 2020 09: 28 New
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    Strange conclusions. How can we talk about dollar independence if the main trading is still in dollars?
    The type author wanted to join the stream.
    At the same time, it can be stated that the talk about “Russia's withdrawal from dollar dependence and from the dependence of the ruble exchange rate on oil prices” was, to say the least, premature.

    The article itself is premature, leaving the dollar needle is not simple, difficult and painful for everyone, and it's not two or three years ago.
    1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 10 March 2020 09: 32 New
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      Everything would be fine, but that the ruble was tear off the oil needle in 2018 by none other than Siluanov, at that time - the Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation
      1. mkop 10 March 2020 09: 41 New
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        Siluanov says such things to the public that it’s not like laughing - one wants to cry. When he makes public statements, then it is necessary to make (and understand him) exactly the opposite, regarding his words.
      2. SSR
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        Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
        Everything would be fine, but that the ruble was tear off the oil needle in 2018 by none other than Siluanov, at that time - the Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation

        I remember what Ulyukaev said!
        It’s not for nothing they say - don’t renounce from the bag and from the prison.
      3. rudolff 10 March 2020 11: 55 New
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        You can recall that Putin and Medvedev spoke in 2008 in anticipation of the crisis. Especially Medvedev. Hee hee, ha ha, we have no problems, we have a safe haven, invest in the Russian economy and the crisis is not terrible for you. And then this economy flew into a sour minus.
      4. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 13: 07 New
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        Do you think that this situation has other consequences and may be beneficial to the state for refusing to borrow?
        1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 10 March 2020 14: 03 New
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          I know the consequences of this situation. There is no refusal to borrow, we have already refused it, the state debt of the Russian Federation is small. Pure budget balancing
          1. Nikolay73 10 March 2020 14: 50 New
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            There was information about the freezing of OFZ issues (I'm not talking about external borrowing), on balancing - I completely agree with you ...
    2. Andrey Gurenkov 10 March 2020 11: 59 New
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      there will be no leaving with any needle !!!
    3. Elephant 10 March 2020 12: 11 New
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      Quote: SSR
      Strange conclusions. How can we talk about dollar independence if the main trading is still in dollars?

      So many of our nouveau riche oligarchs keep their savings in green! How can they decide to move away from the dollar?
  • Far B 10 March 2020 09: 28 New
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    Economists say speculators can take advantage of the market situation
    Why such pessimism? What do you mean, they can? They will certainly take advantage, otherwise, what kind of speculators are they, to the demon?
    In general, it is noted that the average Russian may face a decrease in purchasing power
    Again pessimism is unjustified. What kind of "can"? More confident experts need, more energetic, or something.
    1. megadeth 10 March 2020 09: 51 New
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      A high ruble level for the government and the Central Bank is bad, low too ... Enemy Trump, six months ago, uttered that the Russian ruble was the most underestimated currency ... For the people, there was only bread, cereals, milk and a chicken egg, the rest for the rich and the top with close ones. ..The article is not about where the review takes such "analysts" ..
    2. bessmertniy 10 March 2020 09: 53 New
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      Yes, yes, it is necessary to speak with optimism about the availability of plenty of places in hospitals and cemeteries, about symbolic work and salaries, about the decline in culture and morals, about measures taken and efforts, etc.! laughing And how all our enemies envy us and die in black envy by millions. winked
  • maxim947 10 March 2020 09: 29 New
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    What new did the author want to say?
    This is so clear to everyone))
    And where does the departure from the dollar?
    Russia was happy with everything and we didn’t bother changing anything, but the United States wanted to reduce global production in order to immediately occupy the vacant niche with its oil, well, the Arabs simply “got offended” and turned on hard dumping. Now the question is - who will be the first to tear?
    1. Honest Citizen 10 March 2020 10: 19 New
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      Well, the Arabs simply "offended" and turned on hard dumping.

      Do not repeat this nonsense anywhere.
      Are the Arabs offended? Actually, Novak slammed the door and left. This Novak did not agree to reduce production.
      So the oil collapsed, oddly enough - we.
      1. loki565 10 March 2020 10: 30 New
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        Do not repeat this nonsense anywhere.
        Are the Arabs offended? Actually, Novak slammed the door and left. This Novak did not agree to reduce production.
        So the oil collapsed, oddly enough - we.

        Have you been there, kept a candle ???)))
        1. Honest Citizen 10 March 2020 10: 32 New
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          And you watch the news not only on the first channel and NTV - to broaden your horizons, you also look at other channels, and nobody canceled the Internet.
          1. loki565 10 March 2020 10: 40 New
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            Well, you look not only on Ukrainian TV))) In general, most likely there was an agreement with the Saudis, since they started to supplant us on the gas market, close sp2, slow down the southern flow, and at this price in the USA, shale gas is not profitable.
            1. Honest Citizen 10 March 2020 10: 46 New
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              And what does the Ukrainian media have to do with it? In the world there is only Russia, rising from its knees, and Ukraine?
              It turns out that you have a rich world
              1. loki565 10 March 2020 11: 04 New
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                and who do you have authority Trump's tweeter?))) Who wasn’t there all go by the forest)))
                1. Honest Citizen 10 March 2020 11: 25 New
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                  and who do you have authority trump tweeter?)))

                  Patriotic deflection counted! Carry a record.
                  And look, so, at your leisure. Spend some of your precious time.
                  1. loki565 10 March 2020 11: 32 New
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                    Well, now only the lazy doesn’t take such videos, and with different potential and not only with us)))
        2. Piramidon 10 March 2020 12: 10 New
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          Quote: loki565
          Have you been there, held a candle ???

          Yes, the whole Internet is filled up with articles about how Russia left OPEC +
      2. Konstantin Shevchenko 10 March 2020 11: 28 New
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        And in the case of Novak not
        slammed the door and left
        Still guilty, signed an unprofitable agreement for the sake of making trillions of dollars to the oligarchs on the unfortunate Russians. You are funny trolls. It is a pity it is not possible to remove anti-Russian trolls, like malicious viruses. laughing
      3. maxim947 10 March 2020 11: 59 New
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        Do not repeat this nonsense anywhere.
        Are the Arabs offended? Actually, Novak slammed the door and left. This Novak did not agree to reduce production.
        So the oil collapsed, oddly enough - we.

        Not true.
        This is nonsense copy-paste, offering for discussion only a fragment of "this" story.
        They slammed the door only when "they" had already decided everything and refused to discuss it. By the way, he did the right thing, that he slapped.
        1. Honest Citizen 10 March 2020 12: 02 New
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          Quote: maxim947
          Do not repeat this nonsense anywhere.
          Are the Arabs offended? Actually, Novak slammed the door and left. This Novak did not agree to reduce production.
          So the oil collapsed, oddly enough - we.

          Not true.
          This is nonsense copy-paste, offering for discussion only a fragment of "this" story.
          They slammed the door only when "they" had already decided everything and refused to discuss it. By the way, he did the right thing, that he slapped.

          So so so laughing
          I am ready to listen to your arguments, why they did it right and what economic benefits Russia, as a state, received from this.
          Start
          1. maxim947 10 March 2020 12: 24 New
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            What are the reasons? And where are the benefits?
            I repeat once again, everything suited us until we began to twist our arms and offer extremely unprofitable schemes. We simply had no other normal choice. In short, study the question thoroughly and do not immediately try to blame Russia for everything, everything is wrong here.
            1. Honest Citizen 10 March 2020 12: 31 New
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              Maxim.
              So we have the following initial analysis of the situation.
              The Russian budget is tied to energy prices.
              In the world economy, because of the coronavirus, a recession has begun to mature it will consume less energy. Consequently - less to buy.
              With reduced demand and high supply - where will the prices go? It’s logical that down.
              What did the Saudis offer? Cut back on production.
              What did Novak answer? He refused.
              Of course, prices collapsed.
              But our oil industry will not suffer, because the difference in prices will compensate it from the NWF.
              Am I missing something? Those. the redistribution of money from the NWF into the pocket of Rosneft - what do I tell you ir, do you consider it good for Russia? The provoked fall in oil prices, the collapse of the ruble at the whim of Sechin - nice people, but it already gives the monarchy.
              But you are not so. These are insidious Saudis, in a secret conspiracy with the United States, prices fell so that the United States would promote its shale ...
              Turn on your head.
              1. maxim947 10 March 2020 13: 13 New
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                I am fully aware that you can’t prove anything, but I’ll try to share my opinion. Both oil was consumed in a certain amount before the virus, and will be consumed in more or less the same amount, plants also work, cars drive, etc. all these "fears" are wound up by the media, for the most part, artificially. So, after a decrease in oil production, a "shortage" is formed or, more correctly, a deficit, which mattresses have been tidying up for themselves for a relatively long time and are actually selling quietly. So, the Russian Federation did not agree with such market relations, because they were completely overgrown.
                Now a rhetorical question - what should we do?
                They simply pressed us against the wall, hence such a reaction, and I agree that this is bad for us, but alas ...
                And by the way, do you really believe in clean pricing on the exchange? Everything there when you need to be manually adjusted and do not even bother much about the causes and explanations of what is happening, as well as the establishment of indices and other rubbish.
                1. Honest Citizen 10 March 2020 13: 26 New
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                  after a decrease in oil production, it forms a “shortage" or, more correctly, a deficit, which mattresses have been tidying up for themselves relatively long ago and are actually selling quietly.

                  So our delegation understood this moment, but the Saudi did not? After all, they also have an oil economy.
                  And by the way, do you really believe in clean pricing on the exchange?

                  I don’t believe in it from the word “completely”.
                  1. maxim947 10 March 2020 16: 50 New
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                    So, now we are back to dumping))) the Saudis will thus supplant individual suppliers from the market, then they will take their places and slowly the prices will return to the original. And this, by the way, has already happened more than once. If you take the long term, they do not lose anything. Now in the negative, in a year or two they will return the lost. If they don’t break off.
                2. RideMaster 10 March 2020 14: 59 New
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                  Quietly quiet. There is nothing to do with the correct dogma and understanding of things)))
    2. loki565 10 March 2020 10: 22 New
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      According to the idea, the first ones to fall off: alternative energy, shale gas, etc. they are not profitable if oil is below $ 40. On the other hand, the United States has a printing press, they can stupidly subsidize these industries.
    3. krops777 10 March 2020 11: 33 New
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      What new did the author want to say?


      Judging by the article, the author did not want to say anything, he just decided to hype on a popular topic.
  • Livonetc 10 March 2020 09: 29 New
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    A barrel of Brent crude oil won back about $ 6 yesterday and is sold at about $ 37,2

    At the moment, 46.72.
    1. Dangerous 10 March 2020 10: 20 New
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      36,57 at 10:20 Moscow time
    2. kapitan92 10 March 2020 11: 00 New
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      Quote: Livonetc
      At the moment, 46.72.

      Brent 36.03 36.06 +2.71 +8.13 10:59:50
      Light 32.61 32.64 +2.54 +8.45 10:59:31
      Oil trading at the moment.
  • Retvizan 8 10 March 2020 09: 37 New
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    ... "the rise in price will be associated with foreign goods ...
    ... from clothing and medicine to cars. "
    But gasoline will become cheaper (sarcasm)))
    1. bessmertniy 10 March 2020 09: 55 New
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      Our life will become cheaper. So a broken penny is not worth it. Everything else will go up, regardless of whether it is foreign or domestic.
    2. loki565 10 March 2020 10: 24 New
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      We already have everything Chinese, we must switch from China to nat. currencies.
    3. kapitan92 10 March 2020 11: 04 New
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      Quote: Retvizan 8
      ... "the rise in price will be associated with foreign goods ...
      ... from clothing and medicine to cars. "
      But gasoline will become cheaper (sarcasm)))

      Now it is important to hold a referendum on the Constitution, and in this regard, the Central Bank may be instructed to lay bones, but not to allow the ruble to fall at least for this time.
      The Bank of Russia has already stopped buying foreign currency on the market for a month. Is this enough to keep the “wooden” afloat? We will see. hi
    4. balunn 10 March 2020 13: 58 New
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      and gasoline will rise in price in the first place. the difference in lost revenue from someone you need to take
  • Glory1974 10 March 2020 09: 38 New
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    Recall that as a result of a drop in oil prices (by almost a third), the Russian currency also collapsed.

    There is not enough information to analyze, so the conclusions may be erroneous.
    For example, the last time when oil prices collapsed, the ruble depreciated by 2 times. And in Nigeria, where the budget consists of 95% oil money, the local currency depreciated by 10%.
    In this case, the ruble also did not collapse, it was specially collapsed.
    In general, exchanges were specially organized so that ordinary people did not understand anything, and beneficiaries could catch fish in troubled waters.
    1. bessmertniy 10 March 2020 09: 57 New
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      I believe that they collapsed on purpose to redistribute attractive stocks in their favor. what
    2. Runoway 10 March 2020 10: 10 New
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      They collapsed specifically to compensate for losses from sales on the foreign market, as they sold oil for $ and they sell it, only here the labor force in the country has fallen in price twice
    3. New Year day 10 March 2020 10: 22 New
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      Quote: glory1974
      so that ordinary people do not understand anything

      common people just understood, again robbed
      Quote: glory1974
      In this case, the ruble also did not collapse, it was specially collapsed.

      according to NTV- Sechin and Novak
  • Mountain shooter 10 March 2020 09: 39 New
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    Our ruble has already “sagged” from 30 to 60 ... Of course, it affected the standard of living, but certainly not twice.
    And then the "drawdown" by 12-15%, and already panic? This is the USA panicking, their exchanges sank, the “shale” flinched ...
    Those who buy expensive foreign cars - and do not notice such a "rise in price" ...
    1. New Year day 10 March 2020 11: 00 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Our ruble has already “sagged” from 30 to 60 ... Of course, it affected the standard of living, but certainly not twice

      From January 1, 2014 to December 2015, the ruble weakened by half: from 32,66 rubles per dollar to the 71st. As a result, inflation in 2014 amounted to 11,36%, and in 2015 - 12,91%, and this is the largest figure in the last decade.
    2. RideMaster 10 March 2020 15: 02 New
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      Ukrainians and liberalists breed panic. They are full in RuNet.
  • demiurg 10 March 2020 09: 44 New
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    Well, yes, only Russia lives on the price of oil. Why then do all world indices fall?
    In theory, oil is getting cheaper and everything is getting cheaper, goods are getting cheaper - the purchasing power of the population is growing.
    Well, we live in Mordor, why are indexes sagging in Rivendell like 2008 in the yard?
    I feel a catch.
    1. Leshy1975 10 March 2020 10: 28 New
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      Quote: demiurg
      In theory, oil is getting cheaper and everything is getting cheaper goods are getting cheaper-the purchasing power of the population is growing.

      And about the ruble to the dollar and the euro, have you never heard anything? And how many imports do we have, in spite of all the bravura statements about import substitution, do you have any idea?
      I don’t even know how to comment on this. Well, perhaps like this: laughing laughing laughing good
      1. demiurg 10 March 2020 10: 46 New
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        Especially for those who repeat questions in the tank.

        Why are indices falling around the world when oil is getting cheaper? After all, everything in the world is derived from oil-energy. An abundance of cheap energy means an abundance of cheap goods, and an increase in purchasing power. Why did the snr500 index sag like in 2008? US and EEC state gas stations?

        The exchange rate is interesting only to bankers. I am interested in teaching staff. And the faculty is now falling all over the world.
        1. MMX
          MMX 10 March 2020 10: 54 New
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          Quote: demiurg
          Especially for those who repeat questions in the tank.

          Why are indices falling around the world when oil is getting cheaper? After all, everything in the world is derived from oil-energy. An abundance of cheap energy means an abundance of cheap goods, and an increase in purchasing power. Why did the snr500 index sag like in 2008? US and EEC state gas stations?

          The exchange rate is interesting only to bankers. I am interested in teaching staff. And the faculty is now falling all over the world.


          Very correct question!
          In this topic, and especially comrade above, do not ask such questions. They do not understand and do not accept them, because this does not fit into their coordinate system.
          1. Leshy1975 10 March 2020 11: 10 New
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            Quote: MMX
            Quote: demiurg
            Especially for those who repeat questions in the tank.

            Why are indices falling around the world when oil is getting cheaper? After all, everything in the world is derived from oil-energy. An abundance of cheap energy means an abundance of cheap goods, and an increase in purchasing power. Why did the snr500 index sag like in 2008? US and EEC state gas stations?

            The exchange rate is interesting only to bankers. I am interested in teaching staff. And the faculty is now falling all over the world.


            Very correct question!
            In this topic, and especially comrade above, do not ask such questions. They do not understand and do not accept them, because this does not fit into their coordinate system.

            You tell it when you buy at new, higher prices, fuel at gas stations, consumer goods and products. Here, maybe they will understand you and sell you at discounted prices.

            PS Although, you can already rush to the gas station and demand to refuel you at a lower price. Oil has already fallen in price! Good luck at the gas station, who understands everything is a friend. hi
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              MMX 10 March 2020 17: 55 New
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              Quote: Leshy1975
              Quote: MMX
              Quote: demiurg
              Especially for those who repeat questions in the tank.

              Why are indices falling around the world when oil is getting cheaper? After all, everything in the world is derived from oil-energy. An abundance of cheap energy means an abundance of cheap goods, and an increase in purchasing power. Why did the snr500 index sag like in 2008? US and EEC state gas stations?

              The exchange rate is interesting only to bankers. I am interested in teaching staff. And the faculty is now falling all over the world.


              Very correct question!
              In this topic, and especially comrade above, do not ask such questions. They do not understand and do not accept them, because this does not fit into their coordinate system.

              You tell it when you buy at new, higher prices, fuel at gas stations, consumer goods and products. Here, maybe they will understand you and sell you at discounted prices.

              PS Although, you can already rush to the gas station and demand to refuel you at a lower price. Oil has already fallen in price! Good luck at the gas station, who understands everything is a friend. hi


              Oh how! So the answer to the question will be or not ??))))))) wassat
        2. Leshy1975 10 March 2020 11: 21 New
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          Quote: demiurg
          Especially for those who repeat questions in the tank.

          Why are indices falling around the world when oil is getting cheaper? After all, everything in the world is derived from oil-energy. An abundance of cheap energy means an abundance of cheap goods, and an increase in purchasing power. Why did the snr500 index sag like in 2008? US and EEC state gas stations?

          The exchange rate is interesting only to bankers. I am interested in teaching staff. And the faculty is now falling all over the world.

          I give an answer for those who, of course, are not in the tank.
          1) The ruble exchange rate, as well as the fullness of the budget (as well as the insurance fund), largely depends on foreign exchange earnings from the sale of energy. Those. ruble exchange rate is derived primarily from the price of oil / USD
          2) The country (RF) is completely dependent on imports in the production of consumer goods, motor vehicles, equipment, and even food in the end.
          3) The cheaper the ruble, the more expensive the import, because import will not fall in price by as much as devalue the ruble exchange rate. The history of the ruble to help you.
          4) Where, in the history of the Russian Federation, with the devaluation of the ruble, did the purchasing power of the population grow ?!
          Let me remind you how remarkably "the purchasing power" of the population increased after a landslide depreciation of the national currency. The crisis of the 94th, nicknamed "Black Tuesday" or in 1998.
          1. demiurg 10 March 2020 12: 21 New
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            I asked about the USA, and you again about Russia.

            You are boring and predictable. You can only do one thing: In Russia, the same thing, only worse.

            I will give a chance. Can you answer why the markets in the USA and Europe sagged?
            1. Leshy1975 10 March 2020 12: 56 New
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              Quote: demiurg
              I asked about the USA, and you again about Russia.

              You are boring and predictable. You can only do one thing: In Russia, the same thing, only worse.

              I will give a chance. Can you answer why the markets in the USA and Europe sagged?

              Leave this chance to yourself. Moreover, you have not voiced that you are not satisfied in my explanation above. In addition, it concerns the situation in the Russian Federation.
              I live in Russia, and it is completely violet to me that there with the markets in the USA. However, as with the consumer demand of US citizens. For Russian citizens, it’s more interesting and exciting for me. Because these are my relatives, friends, acquaintances, and just compatriots.
              And the only market that personally concerns me is the cryptocurrency market. With a cue ball course. And my TA allows me to act in this market is not very bad. Currently 8 out of 10 transactions are successful. And there is every chance to bring my TS to perfection and improve performance to 9 out of 10 (10 out of 10, this is of course a dream, but hardly possible, if only 9 point and tenths). If you want to discuss about the cryptocurrency rate and the opening of long or short positions in the medium term, then go to the special. chat - tradingview, and there we will discuss on a fascinating topic - the movements of this market. Which, the bulk of the citizens of the Russian Federation, is also violet. Unlike consumer prices for goods and services within the Russian Federation itself, not the United States.
      2. K-612-O 10 March 2020 11: 21 New
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        So excuse the dollar is falling, in relation to other currencies. But at the opening of trading, the ruble is already less than 72.
        1. Leshy1975 10 March 2020 11: 29 New
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          Quote: K-612-O
          So excuse the dollar is falling, in relation to other currencies. But at the opening of trading, the ruble is already less than 72.

          Of course, to some falls. The fact that the USD rate fell at the opening is normal. Firstly, the markets are moving, with corrections. There is no recoilless growth, as well as falling. And secondly (NTV source):
          Bank of Russia Starting March 10, it begins proactive sale of foreign currency in the domestic market.
          The decision was made with the aim of "increasing the predictability of the monetary authorities and reducing the volatility of financial markets" in the face of a collapse in oil prices and the depreciation of the ruble. CBR interventions will continue until regular foreign currency sales begin from the National Welfare Fund.

          PS Question. If the crisis drags on and the period of low energy prices lasts long enough, up to the complete exhaustion of the NWF funds. There are doubts that the ruble exchange rate to major currencies in this case will fly into space?
    2. IS-80_RVGK2 10 March 2020 12: 49 New
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      Quote: demiurg
      In theory, oil is getting cheaper and everything is getting cheaper, goods are getting cheaper - the purchasing power of the population is growing.

      Yeah, it is. Only one small but only in the USA. laughing
  • Gardamir 10 March 2020 09: 47 New
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    Everything is fine! The Constitution will prescribe the price of oil and live.
  • rocket757 10 March 2020 09: 51 New
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    As always ... it will not be easier for us.
  • The Siberian barber 10 March 2020 09: 53 New
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    I remember, Mr. Siluanov, mumbled something about the lack of dependence on oil wassat
    .... "but in general, the work of the government, I think is satisfactory!" ©))))
  • Arg107 10 March 2020 09: 54 New
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    Quote: demiurg
    Well, we live in Mordor, why are indexes sagging in Rivendell like 2008 in the yard?

  • edeligor 10 March 2020 09: 54 New
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    Why doesn’t the surname Novak sound? The whole combination began with his statements.
    1. loki565 10 March 2020 10: 27 New
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      There, Saudi Arabia withdrew from the treaty and there was no longer any sense in staying there.
  • fif21 10 March 2020 10: 09 New
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    Economic crises are the norm of the capitalist economy. The people will be robbed again, lowering their standard of living. Continue to hang noodles on your ears about the bright future. wassat Prices will climb up at all, and inflation too. The ruling “benefactors” will show fatherly care for people and raise (for those who survive) NEXT year pensions and salaries by 0 point 5. hi
  • Angelo Provolone 10 March 2020 10: 16 New
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    I will work for VO

    Did you have any illusions about Russia's withdrawal from the oil needle?
    NO +
    YES -
    1. Graduate student 10 March 2020 13: 24 New
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      An interesting way to conduct a survey good
  • Nikolaevich I 10 March 2020 10: 24 New
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    At the same time, it can be stated that the talk about “Russia's withdrawal from dollar dependence and from the dependence of the ruble exchange rate on oil prices” was, to say the least, premature. That is, in simple terms, the "representatives" of the ruling regime wee ... rejoiced, re ... rejoice and will reap ... rejoicing!
  • Konatantin 1992 10 March 2020 10: 26 New
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    From the fact that Russia "gets down" from the "oil needle" Solntselikiy declared back in 2001 ... then in 2007 ... then almost every year))) As we can see, to this day the "main" sector of the economy is production and living hydrocarbons .... But we don’t live in the 90s (sorry, the liberalist is crawling out of me, I'll go and take pills).
    1. Graduate student 10 March 2020 13: 23 New
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      Quote: Konatantin 1992
      excuse me, the liberalist crawls out of me, I'll go take the pills

      You better watch TV laughing
  • Guru 10 March 2020 10: 31 New
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    What do we have in the President’s Message? Improving WELFARE - There you have it.
  • Grading 10 March 2020 10: 42 New
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    Quote: mkop
    Siluanov says such things to the public that it’s not like laughing - one wants to cry. When he makes public statements, then it is necessary to make (and understand him) exactly the opposite, regarding his words.

    You used to hawala and clapped your hands! tongue
  • silverura 10 March 2020 10: 44 New
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    In connection with the situation in the oil market and its impact on the exchange rate of the Russian ruble, economists began to discuss how this situation will affect the lives of ordinary citizens of Russia.

    So what's wrong with that? Once VV, he said that there are more rubles for one green, only a solid gain. I believe him!
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 10: 47 New
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    Quote: Konatantin 1992
    From the fact that Russia "gets down" from the "oil needle" Solntselikiy declared back in 2001 ... then in 2007 ... then almost every year))) As we can see, to this day the "main" sector of the economy is production and living hydrocarbons .... But we don’t live in the 90s (sorry, the liberalist is crawling out of me, I'll go and take pills).

    Let's reason logically.
    Does food security depend on oil prices, bucks or budgies?
    Does military security depend on these factors?
    Does social security depend on these factors?
    1. New Year day 10 March 2020 10: 56 New
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      Quote: Sergey_33
      Let's reason logically.
      Does food security depend on oil prices, bucks or budgies?
      Does military security depend on these factors?
      Does social security depend on these factors?

      depends!
      A simple example: why are Pyaterochka, Auchan, Be-line, MTS and even Sberbank absent in the Crimea? Is it because they are afraid of losing ...
      be afraid
      Quote: Sergey_33
      ... bucks or budgies?
      laughing
      1. Sergey_33 10 March 2020 18: 53 New
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        Quote: Silvestr
        Quote: Sergey_33
        Let's reason logically.
        Does food security depend on oil prices, bucks or budgies?
        Does military security depend on these factors?
        Does social security depend on these factors?

        depends!
        A simple example: why are Pyaterochka, Auchan, Be-line, MTS and even Sberbank absent in the Crimea? Is it because they are afraid of losing ...
        be afraid
        Quote: Sergey_33
        ... bucks or budgies?
        laughing

        Balabol .. Drain counted.
        1. New Year day 10 March 2020 19: 14 New
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          Quote: Sergey_33
          Balabol .. Drain counted.

          where to your level laughing laughing
    2. arlekin 10 March 2020 11: 52 New
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      Quote: Sergey_33
      Does food security depend on oil prices, bucks or budgies?

      Russia is very dependent on imports. Accordingly, the lower the ruble exchange rate, the higher the prices in our stores.
      In Khabarovsk, after a week of closing the border with China, the price of fresh pepper is 600 r / kg, tomatoes 550 r / kg, garlic 350 r / kg. I had to open the border, despite the virus.
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 10: 48 New
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    Quote: Guru
    What do we have in the President’s Message? Improving WELFARE - There you have it.

    Do you have prosperity expressed in the number of dollars bought for a salary?
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      Quote: Sergey_33
      welfare is expressed in the number of dollars bought for s / n?

      Some alternatively gifted exchangers rushed yesterday. fellow laughing
      Philistines, they are. yes
      1. Krasnodar 10 March 2020 14: 30 New
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        Quote: Paranoid50

        Some alternatively gifted exchangers rushed yesterday. fellow laughing
        Philistines, they are. yes

        Greetings!
        In order to buy money at the peak of a panic, you really need to be alternatively gifted)).
    2. Guru 10 March 2020 12: 08 New
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      Sergey_33
      Do you have prosperity expressed in the number of dollars bought for a salary?

      Do you have household appliances from which components? -Russian. And which car? And the goods that you buy in the store are all Russian? Consumer goods are also Russian. And the list goes on. Ohhh, a very long time. In 2012, leaving a grocery store with a package (basket) of products, you spent 1000 rubles, yesterday for the same package (basket) 2000 rubles, but tomorrow there may be 3000 shortages.
      I hope you as a newcomer to the site, I intelligibly explained. laughing
  • Andrey.AN 10 March 2020 10: 53 New
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    The ruble in the domestic market really does not depend much on the dollar, since the budget began to be accepted in rubles, it is not particularly dependent on oil, it mainly depends on the amount of the budget. Here is the dependence on the foreign market when the ruble depreciates against the dollar and growth in oil leads to positive consequences - the growth of the ruble income of the domestic oil industry and its solvency in the country, the increase in the competitiveness of domestic goods leads to additional income of the domestic producer, which gives people additional jobs, reducing the burden of ruble debt; so and negative - the rise in imports and external costs.
  • New Year day 10 March 2020 10: 53 New
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    everything bad will be after April 22nd. Until this date, the authorities will take measures to ensure a good mood in the polling stations, but then let it go by its own accord. Power always remembers its citizens just before the election
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 11: 00 New
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    Quote: Silvestr
    Quote: Sergey_33
    Let's reason logically.
    Does food security depend on oil prices, bucks or budgies?
    Does military security depend on these factors?
    Does social security depend on these factors?

    depends!
    A simple example: why are Pyaterochka, Auchan, Be-line, MTS and even Sberbank absent in the Crimea? Is it because they are afraid of losing ...
    be afraid
    Quote: Sergey_33
    ... bucks or budgies?
    laughing

    And that in the Crimea there is no food, communication and payment systems .. ?? Horror .. And it is that there is food and communication and payment systems, and even the banking system.
    And now what does oil have to do with it? And the price for it? Flood
    1. Guru 10 March 2020 12: 15 New
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      Sergey_33 (Sergey) Today, 11:00
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      Quote: Silvestr
      Quote: Sergey_33
      Let's reason logically.
      Does food security depend on oil prices, bucks or budgies?
      Does military security depend on these factors?
      Does social security depend on these factors?

      depends!
      A simple example: why are Pyaterochka, Auchan, Be-line, MTS and even Sberbank absent in the Crimea? Is it because they are afraid of losing ...
      be afraid
      Quote: Sergey_33
      ... bucks or budgies?
      laughing

      And that in the Crimea there is no food, communication and payment systems .. ?? Horror .. And it is that there is food and communication and payment systems, and even the banking system.
      And now what does oil have to do with it? And the price for it? Flood

      The young man you probably mixed up sites.
      The audience on this resource is mostly literate, (in the literal sense of the word).
      And before you say or write something, THINK.
    2. New Year day 10 March 2020 12: 55 New
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      Quote: Sergey_33
      And that in the Crimea there is no food, communication and payment systems

      Take an interest in prices, communication services and the possibility of banks.
      Quote: Sergey_33
      Flood

      Are you jerking?
  • Qwertyarion 10 March 2020 11: 17 New
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    . At the same time, experts believe that there will not be a rise in price of essential food products, including bread, cereals, milk, chicken eggs.

    The rise in price will be, it is inevitable.
    There is a currency component in any domestic product.
    Packaging, spare parts for cars and mechanisms, medicines for animals. Etc.
    Loan rates are also likely to increase, and this will also be included in the price of the product.
  • Thompson 10 March 2020 11: 27 New
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    There are no economists in the management of Russia. there are hucksters and grabbers
  • Bomb 10 March 2020 11: 29 New
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    It’s neither hot nor cold from falling markets.

    And gasoline, clothes, household appliances, food, etc. they bring you free =)
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 12: 00 New
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    Quote: Qwertyarion
    . At the same time, experts believe that there will not be a rise in price of essential food products, including bread, cereals, milk, chicken eggs.
    medicines for animals. Etc.

    Is it about hormonal drugs? Stimulants of growth, weight.
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 12: 03 New
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    Quote: Silvestr
    everything bad will be after April 22nd. Until this date, the authorities will take measures to ensure a good mood in the polling stations, but then let it go by its own accord. Power always remembers its citizens just before the election

    Impatient power .. March 9 began. I didn’t remember that 22.04 would be ..
    1. New Year day 10 March 2020 12: 56 New
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      Quote: Sergey_33
      Impatient power .. March 9 began. I didn’t remember that 22.04 would be

      Do you want to study the history of the issue?
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 12: 17 New
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    Quote: Guru
    Sergey_33
    Do you have prosperity expressed in the number of dollars bought for a salary?

    Do you have household appliances from which components? -Russian. And which car? And the goods that you buy in the store are all Russian? Consumer goods are also Russian. And the list goes on. Ohhh, a very long time. In 2012, leaving a grocery store with a package (basket) of products, you spent 1000 rubles, yesterday for the same package (basket) 2000 rubles, but tomorrow there may be 3000 shortages.
    I hope you as a newcomer to the site, I intelligibly explained. laughing

    I can leave in super and 5 rubles at a time ..
    I am a man of conservative views in nutrition .. I eat strawberries in the summer and pickles in the winter. All his own))
    About 100% increase in food prices .. Do not dissemble. I take meat in the same store. In 2013, the brisket cost 175 r per kg, in 2020 225 r per kilo. Increased? Yes. Is it critical? No. Why brisket? I’m smoking it myself. And this is in the Volga Federal District if that.
    As for durable goods .. I wanted to buy 4K, now I'm thinking .. And do I need it? Father-in-law is a good reason to revise cost items.
    Threat do not look only from the point of view of the consumer. We are still producing something .. Somewhere we lose somewhere we find .. Time will tell whether it will be a gesheft or in flight.
    1. IS-80_RVGK2 10 March 2020 12: 51 New
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      Quote: Sergey_33
      Father-in-law is a good reason to revise cost items.

      You seem to be one of those who find positive even in a situation when you are hit with a club on the head.
  • Jack O'Neill 10 March 2020 12: 23 New
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    If on the topic, there’s even nothing to say, everything is as usual with us - ears are frozen on the evil grandmother. We decided to hold SA on the lips, and as a result, we ran it on our lips.
    We will suffer, ordinary citizens, like me or a random person with VO. The authorities will feed themselves, but at our expense you will also leave in plus.
    But now you can make money on it - buy bucks!
    1. Krasnodar 10 March 2020 14: 33 New
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      Quote: Jack O'Neill
      If on the topic, there’s even nothing to say, everything is as usual with us - ears are frozen on the evil grandmother. We decided to hold SA on the lips, and as a result, we ran it on our lips.
      We will suffer, ordinary citizens, like me or a random person with VO. The authorities will feed themselves, but at our expense you will also leave in plus.
      But now you can make money on it - buy bucks!

      Now peak of panic
      Buy Need Indicator - Brent Futures Price
      Oil is growing - you're dropping bucks
      Oil falls - you buy))
      1. Jack O'Neill 10 March 2020 14: 36 New
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        Oil is growing - you're dropping bucks
        Oil falls - you buy))

        yes, I know it. I’ve done it more than once.
        1. Krasnodar 10 March 2020 14: 40 New
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          It is most reliable to keep money in Israeli real estate (you can raise up to 10% per annum on the secondary + rent) or in one-room apartments in German university campuses such as Heidelberg.
          1. Jack O'Neill 10 March 2020 15: 07 New
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            I haven’t tried it this way ... And what kind of startup is needed in terms of money?
            1. Krasnodar 10 March 2020 15: 10 New
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              Do you mean the start? At the university - from 60 thousand €
              In Israel, the norms of the secondary housing - from $ 350 thousand - in a bread place
              1. Jack O'Neill 10 March 2020 15: 30 New
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                Do you mean the start?

                Yes.

                I'm not so rich anyway.)
                1. Krasnodar 10 March 2020 15: 37 New
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                  Then buy real estate in the Krasnodar Territory
                  The whole Far East and North rushed here
                  From 800 thousand zero cycle
                  1,3 - 1,5 million finished odnushka - the outskirts of Krasnodar
                  1. Jack O'Neill 10 March 2020 16: 17 New
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                    So I just have enough for the box with the image of Krasnoyarsk.)
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 12: 27 New
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    Sergey_33 (Sergey) Today, 11:00
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    Quote: Sergey_33
    Let's reason logically.
    Does food security depend on oil prices, bucks or budgies?
    Does military security depend on these factors?
    Does social security depend on these factors?

    depends!
    A simple example: why are Pyaterochka, Auchan, Be-line, MTS and even Sberbank absent in the Crimea? Is it because they are afraid of losing ...
    be afraid
    Quote: Sergey_33
    ... bucks or budgies?
    laughing

    And that in the Crimea there is no food, communication and payment systems .. ?? Horror .. And it is that there is food and communication and payment systems, and even the banking system.
    And now what does oil have to do with it? And the price for it? Flood

    The young man you probably mixed up sites.
    The audience on this resource is mostly literate, (in the literal sense of the word).
    And before you say or write something, THINK.

    The impact of the ruble and oil prices and Auchan in the Crimea. What kind of connection?
    For literate Google to help. Key words Trading networks, banks, mobile communications of Crimea.
    For MTS especially .. He is there, in the Crimea, no .. laughing
    1. Guru 10 March 2020 12: 50 New
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      Yeah sir laughing You are apparently incorrigible.
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      Quote: Sergey_33
      For MTS especially ..

      Immediately visible "expert" laughing
      For your overall development, in the Crimea there was MTS- Krasnodar, which is leaving. Instead, it is not clear that, since Wave, for example, provides poor communication and the cost of a call is higher than that of MTS.
      Quote: Sergey_33
      For literate Google to help.

      Life must be studied not by Google, but by your ass, then you will be closer to the people
  • sanik2020 10 March 2020 12: 29 New
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    Economists discuss

    Economists must consider economics to be an exact science in numbers.
    And in order to get off the oil needle, we need the most modern industrial base, advanced scientific support, design schools, sophisticated logistics and constant financial support.
    And he got oil from a hole in the ground and sold it.
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 12: 54 New
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    Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
    Quote: Sergey_33
    Father-in-law is a good reason to revise cost items.

    You seem to be one of those who find positive even in a situation when you are hit with a club on the head.

    Refusal to purchase a club toy for a child only.
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 12: 57 New
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    Quote: sanik2020
    Economists discuss

    And he got oil from a hole in the ground and sold it.

    Yeah .. And buyers with buckets are at the well .. laughing
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 13: 01 New
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    Sergey_33 (Sergey)
    Yeah sir laughing You are apparently incorrigible.

    So explain what is the relationship between oil, the dollar, the Crimea and Auchan?
    author -> author -> communication author merged without explaining. Although, to be honest, after his information that there is no MTS in the Crimea, there is nothing to talk about. There are no MTS offices but there is a connection. And the rates are ordinary.
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 13: 03 New
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    Quote: Silvestr
    Quote: Sergey_33
    For MTS especially ..

    Immediately visible "expert" laughing
    For your overall development, in the Crimea there was MTS- Krasnodar, which is leaving. Instead, it is not clear that, since Wave, for example, provides poor communication and the cost of a call is higher than that of MTS.
    Quote: Sergey_33
    For literate Google to help.

    Life must be studied not by Google, but by your ass, then you will be closer to the people

    Leaves, but does not want to leave.
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 13: 09 New
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    Quote: Silvestr
    Quote: Sergey_33
    For MTS especially ..

    Immediately visible "expert" laughing
    For your overall development, in the Crimea there was MTS- Krasnodar, which is leaving. Instead, it is not clear that, since Wave, for example, provides poor communication and the cost of a call is higher than that of MTS.
    Quote: Sergey_33
    For literate Google to help.

    Life must be studied not by Google, but by your ass, then you will be closer to the people

    I like to study life more with a head. And ass, this is not to friends from the LGBT.
    So Wave, MTS, Auchan and the price of a barrel of oil how are they interconnected? A long chain of causes but effects, the influence of which can be neglected?
  • senima56 10 March 2020 13: 20 New
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    "... the talk about" Russia's withdrawal from dollar dependence and the dependence of the ruble exchange rate on oil prices ", to say the least, was premature ..." - of course! If our budget is planned based on the price of oil and the dollar! What could be a "care" ?! fool
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 13: 23 New
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    Quote: arlekin
    Quote: Sergey_33
    Does food security depend on oil prices, bucks or budgies?

    Russia is very dependent on imports. Accordingly, the lower the ruble exchange rate, the higher the prices in our stores.
    In Khabarovsk, after a week of closing the border with China, the price of fresh pepper is 600 r / kg, tomatoes 550 r / kg, garlic 350 r / kg. I had to open the border, despite the virus.

    Of course, fresh tomatoes and peppers can’t survive in spring .. How then did people in the USSR survive by eating their seasonal vegetables ... belay
    1. arlekin 10 March 2020 14: 05 New
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      How then did people in the USSR survive by eating their seasonal vegetables ...

      Yes, they lived like that - from fresh vegetables from late autumn to mid-summer, potatoes and onions, everything else that they themselves could grow in the gardens - only in canned form.
      In April, in a village in Transbaikalia, where I spent half my childhood, food: fried and boiled potatoes, last year's lard, milk, cream, honey, eggs, jam and pastries, sometimes fish. Later greens, radishes, other vegetables, fresh potatoes appeared in the second half of August, and meat - in November, when frost. In the general store of products only caramel and canned fish.
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 13: 59 New
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    Quote: Silvestr
    Quote: Batrak
    tightly controlled

    Judging by the prices, it is unlikely. How do you explain that the retail chains in Crimea were preserved under the previous Ukrainian owners and, the networks, tear money from the population with "love", and the margin goes to Kiev? laughing

    But what about the margin then go to Kiev? Ms. banks in the Crimea are wrong ... Or ... The scows are full of cashless money, Kostya brought to Odessa ...
    But in fact, neither you nor I know the owners of these networks .. Beneficiaries .. And they can be Kuevsky and Moscow .. As well, Zhmerinsky and Donetsk.
  • PValery53 10 March 2020 14: 36 New
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    The Constitution should have an article: "For the depreciation of the ruble, inflation in the country, the leadership of the country and the Central Bank should lose their personal annual income by the amount of inflation." And do not compensate for the loss from inflation! - Then they will try to improve the economy!
  • vprnik 10 March 2020 14: 49 New
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    The drop in oil quotes is just an excuse. After some time, oil will win back the fall, but the ruble ........ If at the top they talked about "increasing the incomes of the population", then it is time to weaken the ruble (not to raise it from your own income).
  • Sergey_33 10 March 2020 15: 03 New
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    Quote: arlekin
    Quote: Sergey_33
    How then did people in the USSR survive by eating their seasonal vegetables ...

    Yes, they lived like that - from fresh vegetables from late autumn to mid-summer, potatoes and onions, everything else that they themselves could grow in the gardens - only in canned form.
    In April, in a village in Transbaikalia, where I spent half my childhood, food: fried and boiled potatoes, last year's lard, milk, cream, honey, eggs, jam and pastries, sometimes fish. Later greens, radishes, other vegetables, fresh potatoes appeared in the second half of August, and meat - in November, when frost. In the general store of products only caramel and canned fish.

    Well now, thanks to chemistry and preservatives, your table has become more diverse and healthier.
    1. arlekin 10 March 2020 17: 23 New
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      Quote: Sergey_33
      Well now, thanks to chemistry and preservatives, your table has become more diverse and healthier.

      Chemistry, GMOs, preservatives, palm oil - welcome to the 21st century.
      There is nothing perfect in this world.
      Why say now "How then did people in the USSR survive by eating their seasonal vegetables ..."? You may not have noticed, but life in Russia has changed a lot compared to the USSR, after all 29 years, a whole generation.
      After all, not only the table, but also we have become different. Both habits and tastes have changed. Less bread, more meat and fresh vegetables, and children are used to eating fruits every day, and they don’t understand how tangerines are only in a New Year’s present.
  • Olfred 10 March 2020 15: 22 New
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    Again the "rainy day of the calendar"? We are waiting for the next price increase, the dollar at 100 and the Eureka at 150 .... Joke (I hope) hi
  • 16112014nk 10 March 2020 15: 24 New
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    "There never was such a thing, and here it is again!" ©
    If you want, you don’t want, but remember the PMC. There are too many coincidences with 1998.
  • fa2998 10 March 2020 16: 54 New
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    Quote: Nikolay73
    ... I haven’t lost anything, I don’t have ruble assets, in any case, real estate will retain its market value :) and even a little ...

    Everyone has ruble assets — this is salary, pension, etc. Now the prices will jump, and the salary increase is not yet expected. Everyone will lose! hi
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    here do not go to a fortuneteller prices have soared today for a number of goods. For ordinary Russians with their ruble penny wages this is very tangible. Undoubtedly, the price will creep on absolutely everything from products, medicines, things, household appliances, to cars. In my personal case, the sound card that I wanted to buy in just a day grew in price by the order of 500-700 rubles